My mom Carolyn Pitner and my Aunt Leah were horse crazy and raising foals for as long as I can remember. I started showing horses under their guidance when I was 10. Easter C Breeze was a mare that mom had bought for less than $200.00 from a local race horse breeder. I showed Easter when I was in high school and earned my first ever AQHA point. She was a good looking big bodied mare. After I graduated high school I had the horse bug and said, "lets breed her." We drove her 50 miles up the road to breed her to an unproven horse Sir Robin Hood. He was simply beautiful with one of the best heads and necks you'll see on a stud. He had injured his hind end, so he looked rather odd behind. But I remember thinking he was the PERFECT cross for Easter. Two years later Robins Rosanna was born. Easter and Sir Robin Hood were a great cross, Roseanna placed third at the AQHA World Show as a yearling and went on to earn 100+ halter points. Mom passed up a few offers to sell her so that we could have a good broodmare and keep on as breeders. We drove Roseanna to the breeding farm at Greg and Mary Whalen place. Roseanna's first two fillies by Page Impressive became superior halter mares. When my daughter Lauren was eight years old she showed Roseanna's daughter Page Made Me Fancy at her first Youth World Show. The horses are a family thing for us as they are for most of you. We love our horses and continue on with a few select mares, three are 4th/5th generation we've raised from offspring of Roseanna and Easter before her.
All horses shown below are produce of Roseanna's daughters or granddaughters several of the point earners and horses photoed here have been raised by our good friend Christna Linton-Thanks Christna for believing in our horses!
By Sir Robin Hood X Sir Quincy Dan
Roseanna's Produce Stats: