2022 Breeder’s Guide Stud: Smoke Em Dash
Smoke Em Dash, a Riata Buckle stallion and grandson of Master Remedy, owned by Diamond Back Ranch, is featured in The Team Roping Journal's 2022 Breeder's Guide, highlighting industry-best rope horse breeding programs, studs and incentives.

Smoke Em Dash

Diamond Back Ranch

Spanish Fork, Utah


Stud Fee: $1,200

Smoke Em Dash, 13, is a perfectly sized 15.1, 1,250-pound grandson of Master Remedy. Another horse that counts Master Remedy as a grandsire? Cody Snow’s phenomenal defending PRCA/AQHA Head Horse of the Year Ima Fresnos Dee (“Annie”).

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Jim Farnsworth bought this stud as a yearling because he needed better colts to start. He hunted one that scored high in the five traits Greg Kesler once told him dictated great value (disposition, conformation, color, pedigree and athletic ability). Wary of a cutter too small or a reiner too slow, Farnsworth notes this stud is not only out of a Miss N Cash daughter, but is by an NRCHA Hackamore reserve world champ “that could really run.” Plus, he’s super trainable.

“There’s a lot of great rope horses out there, but you don’t know what kind of time-consuming nightmare it was to make them, you know?” asked Farnsworth, who crosses the stud on his Colonel Freckles-bred mares. “I didn’t want to go through that. This stud was a joy to make, and was always safe to have around our five kids.”

Smoke Em Dash will be a Riata Buckle stallion.

SIRE: Master Kaweah

DAM: Guns N Cash by Miss N Cash

Read: The 2022 Team Roping Journal Breeder’s Guide

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