T Tyme Sundays Delight

T Tyme Sundays Delight This mare’s pedigree is rich in the old Western Working Family and also has a strong dose of old Brunk and some of the Old Midwest family. The old blood is up very close in the pedigree with her great grandparents being foaled in 1937, 1938, 1948, 1949, 1950, 1952, 1961 and 1963. Even the most recent great grandparent was born well over 40 years ago. Her sire, Winterset Cotton, was foaled in 1966 and brings in some intensely close bred Brunk as well as some old Sellman breeding and Old Midwest. Her dam, West’s Sweet Sue, foaled in 1975, brings some of the best of the old California branch of the WWF. 
See her daughter’s pedigree here:  Two C Sissy Herod.

Winterset Cotton x Wests Sweet Sue

T Tyme Sundays Delight OGO foals include:

T Tyme Sundays Delight Winterset Cotton Major Cotton Cotton Hills Choice Juban Jubilee King
Jeanne
Junita Jubilee King
Gildia
Missouris Jubilee Queen Ethans Jubilee Cotton Hills Choice
Rugee
Bar S Spar Roman Light
Bar S Lady
Cargills Lady Jubilee Kellogg C K Captain Kellogg Rojeneiro
Acadia
Gay Maid Jubel
Jumina
Goldy Herod Herod Panic Herod Golddusty
Miga
Kitty Edna Winterset
Jay
Wests Sweet Sue Wests Bay King California King Duke Winnemucca
Roseta Cortez
Clovernette Cloverman
Fawnette
Lady Gay Blackman Redman
Gojea
Gay Jipsey Gay Mac
Jipsey Allen
Wests Foxey Lady Spar Man Muscle Man Trilson
Flika
Sister Spar Dude Spar
Kitty Sonfield
Cavleen River Kings River Morgan Gold Dollar
Iva Sonfield
Cavleen Gold D Gold Dollar
Kathleeen McCavlin

More Pictures:  View Sundays’ Gallery

T Tyme Sundays Delight
(Winterset Cotton x Wests Sweet Sue)
Chestnut Mare

This mare’s pedigree is rich in the old Western Working Family and also has a strong dose of old Brunk and some of the Old Midwest family. The old blood is up very close in the pedigree with her great grandparents being foaled in 1937, 1938, 1948, 1949, 1950, 1952, 1961 and 1963. Even the most recent great grandparent was born well over 40 years ago. Her sire, Winterset Cotton, was foaled in 1966 and brings in some intensely close bred Brunk as well as some old Sellman breeding and Old Midwest. Her dam, West’s Sweet Sue, foaled in 1975, brings some of the best of the old California branch of the WWF.

Paternal Grand Sire—Major Cotton

This upstanding, Baroque stallion, foaled in 1952, was inbred to Cotton Hill’s Choice, a 1937 stallion who was a double grandson of Jubilee King. Cotton Hill’s Choice was another Baroque Morgan with true Morgan style. His sire Juban was from the same mold—upheaded, laid back shoulder, depth through out. This entire sire line never had many registered foals, but those few that come down to today show great breeding strength for the true Morgan traits. Juban was a son of Jubilee King and out of Jeanne who was by Knox Reade. Knox Reade was by the great Knox Morgan and out of Mrs. Lewis, a daughter of that source of trotting speed, Charles Reade. The dam of Jeanne, Jean Ann, was by Sentiment by Major Reade by Charles Reade. Behind Juban were many crosses to Daniel Lambert 62 and also to Knox Morgan. It is yet another example of the careful breeding of J. C. Brunk.

The dam of Cotton Hill’s Choice was Junita, a Jubilee King daughter who was out of Gildia a daughter of Go Hawk and Benita. Benita was by Knox Morgan and out of a Lambert mare. Thus Cotton Hill’s Choice was strong in the blood of Daniel Lambert and Knox Morgan. Go Hawk, who was also sire of Flyhawk, was of the Old Midwest family. Go Hawk crossed well with Brunk’s Lambert/Knox mares.

The dam of Major Cotton was Missouri’s Jubilee Queen foaled in 1948. Her sire was Ethan’s Jubilee sired by Cotton Hill’s Choice. Thus, Major Cotton was the result of breeding a stallion back to his granddaughter. The dam of Ethan’s Jubilee was Rugee by Go Hawk and out of Red Ruby. Red Ruby was typical of Brunk’s early breeding, being Lambert and Old Vermont.

Three quarters of Major Cotton’s pedigree was very intense old Brunk. The bottom one-quarter was pure Western Working family from Richard Sellman and Elmer Brown. This cross of WWF & Brunk was one that was proven over and over again through many decades and in many places; and it was proven by the pragmatic ranchers who were breeding for excellent using horses.

Missouri’s Jubilee Queen’s dam was Bar S Spar, foaled in 1942, bred in Kansas. Her dam was Bar S Lady. The Bar S mares were range bred and raised. They were tough, enduring the Kansas winters and summers and fending for themselves. Bar S Spar was inbred to Lady Spar, being by a son of that mare and out of a granddaughter of that mare. Lady Spar was dam of: Chocolate, known as a good sire and ranch using horse and cutting horse; Rosco Morgan, good sire found behind the Pineland prefix Morgans; Hawk Jim, sire behind the Devan Morgans; and many more good breeding and using Morgans. Lady Spar was bred in Kansas by that master breeder Elmer Brown but she was mostly Old Midwest Family and had a bottom mare line going to Headlight Morgan. The dam of Bar S Lady was Silver Sparta who was by Silver Tip Morgan who was by Linsley and out of the great mare Donbelle. Silver Sparta’s dam was Sparta, closely related to Lady Spar, being by Sparhawk as she was and out of Helen S who was the granddam of Lady Spar. All this close breeding in these old pedigrees can make one dizzy; but it was this careful  close breeding by such masters as J C Brunk and Elmer Brown that set the genetic strength of these early Morgans. So Bar S Lady was inbred to Linsley, being by a son of his and out of a granddaughter of his. She was also inbred to the half plus sisters Lady Spar and Sparta.

Bar S Lady was then bred to Roman Light, another Elmer Brown product who was out of Lady Spar. He was sired by that big, rugged stallion Romanesque, bred by Richard Sellman. Romanesque was by the Government Bred Red Oak and out of Mariah K, bred by Sellman. Red Oak was early Government breeding, being by General Gates and having no Bennington in his pedigree.

Thus, Major Cotton was the result of bringing together two carefully close bred families—Brunk and WWF.

Paternal Granddam—Cargill’sLady

This mare, foaled in 1957, brings an intense dose of Sellman, Brunk, and Old Midwest. The Brunk comes from her sire’s dam, Gay Maid, who was a double Jubilee King granddaughter, being by Jubel and out of Jumina. Jubel was out of a Knox Morgan daughter, and Jumina was out of  Ruby Reade. This pedigree is very similar to that of Major Cotton.

The Sellman comes from the sire of Cargill’s Lady, Jubilee Kellogg C K. He was sired by Captain Kellogg. There seems to be only one photo of this horse and it shows a hauntingly beautiful Baroque working horse. Captain Kellogg was all Sellman breeding, being by a Red Oak son who was out of a Headlight Morgan daughter. Kellogg’s dam was also by a Red Oak son and out of a Headlight Morgan daughter.

The dam of Cargill’s Lady, Goldy Herod, was pure Old Midwest breeding. She was inbred to Winterset, a source of Baroque working horses. Her sire was a double grandson of Winterset and her dam was by Winterset. Also, the dams of her sire’s parents were full sisters. The Old Midwest Family stems back to Morgans who were taken to the Midwest, especially Iowa, very early in Morgan history. They were bred to be excellent farm horses who were also stylish in the carriage. Elmer Brown used this family extensively in his foundation breeding and Brunk used it also in Go Hawk.

Maternal Grandsire—West’s Bay King

This part of T Tyme Sunday’s Delight’s pedigree is all California branch of the WWF, but the roots go back to familiar territory—Sellman, Elmer Brown, Brunk, Old Midwest. Bay King’s sire line goes to Government remount used by Clark Ringling of Nevada. Bay King was by California King by Duke by Winnemucca by Revere. Photos of Revere show an upheaded stout stallion. Winnemucca’s dam Brown Leaf R was by Revere, making Winnemucca a result of sire to daughter breeding. The dam of Brown Leaf R, Fanchon, goes back to Dewey, another Government Remount stallion, and to some old Spanish California stock. The mare bred to Winnemucca to get Duke was Roseta Cortez by El Cortez who was by Romanesque and out of Viola Linsley by Linsley. This is the Kansas breeding of Elmer Brown. Roseta Cortez was out of a Headlight Morgan mare. Clovernette was the mare bred to Duke to get California King. She is Sellman breeding by way of Roland Hill and Hearst. Her sire Cloverman was by Mountcrest Sellman, bred by Richard Sellman but coming to California inside his dam. Cloverman was by the Hill bred Clover Bud by Querido and out of another Sellman mare. Clovernette’s dam Fawnette was by the Hill bred Red Wings by Querido and out of the excellent producing mare Tab, also dam of Tehachapi Allan. Fawn K was the dam of Fawnette and she was a product of the Hearst ranch Morab program, her sire being an Arab and her dam a Morgan of Hill & Sellman breeding.

The dam of West’s Bay King was Lady Gay whose sire was the influential Blackman, that excellent and handsome Morgan. His dam was the Brunk Gojea, by Go Hawk and out of Jeanne by Knox Reade, breeding found in Sunday’s Delight pedigree also on the sire side. Blackman was by the upstanding working Morgan Redman by Mountcrest Selman and out of Red Dot by the Brunk Pongee Morgan and out of a Sellman mare. Here again is the proven blend of Brunk and Western Working Family, used by ranchers to carry on the WWF.

Gay Jipsey was the dam of Lady Gay. She was by the Government bred Gay Mac, who came to California to become an important foundation of the WWF in that state. Gay Jipsey’s dam was Jipsey Allen by Tehachapi Allan (Querido x Tab). Photos show that this stallion was another Baroque Morgan. He was used for ranch work and by a Rodeo Queen later in his life. Jipsey Allen was out of Jipsy L, an Elmer Brown bred, by Linsley and out Hazel Dude who was Old Midwest on top and out of Hazel S the Headlight Morgan daughter seen elsewhere in this pedigree.

Maternal Granddam—West’s Foxey Lady

This mare was of the California branch of the WWF with ancestors coming from Sellman, Government and Elmer Brown, as well as some of the Old Midwest Family. Her sire was Spar Man by Muscle Man, that well known and important sire in California in the 1950’s. He was by Trilson by Katrilan Prince by Katrilan by the Government Uhlan. Muscle Man’s dam was the Gay Mac daughter Flika, who was out of Bessie Ro, a Querido daughter out of a Sellman mare. The mare lines behind Muscle Man all go back to Sellman mares, including again the mare Tab. Spar Man’s dam was Sister Spar by Dude Spar by Sparbeau who was another Elmer Brown bred by Linsley and out of Sparbelle, by Sparhawk and out of Donbelle. Dude Spar’s dam was a Hill bred by Querido and out of a Sellman mare. Sister Spar’s dam was by Sonfield and out of Kitty Joaquin who was out of a Sellman mare. Joaquin Morgan, sire of Kitty Joaquin, was another Elmer Brown product by Romanesque and out of Margett L by Linsley and out of Donbelle. A picture of Joaquin Morgan shows a true Baroque Morgan with substance and beauty.

Cavleen River was the dam of West’s Foxey Lady. She was by the great King’s River Morgan who sired so many good ones. He was by Gold Dollar, sire for Carter of the San Joaquin Valley. Gold Dollar was highly valued in his time for performance horses with excellent minds. His pedigree is nearly pure old Sellman. His dam, bred by Roland Hill, was by Querido, from the Government farm. She was then out of a mare who was by a  Headlight Morgan son. The sire of Gold Dollar was Blackhaux, an early California stallion who was in the Central Valley and probably sired many more non-registered get then registered ones. His sire was the Sellman bred Redwood Morgan by Headlight Morgan. His dam was another Sellman mare by a Headlight Morgan son. The dam of Cavleen River was also by Gold Dollar, so that Cavleen River was a double Gold Dollar granddaughter. Her dam was out of Kathleen McCavlin, a full Old Midwest mare with Winterset on her dam’s side. Kathleen McCavlin was said to be one of the loveliest Morgan mares ever.

T Tyme Sunday’s Delight brings a wonderfully rich and complex pedigree of great breeding strength, based on the work of J C Brunk, Elmer Brown and Richard Sellman. She has multiple crosses to both Jubilee King and Linsley—the linchpins of two different breeding programs—programs which then went on to blend and create much of the basis of today’s WWF. She comes from a pedigree of proven using horses, horses chosen for correct conformation, good minds, and working ability.


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