2024 Breeder's Guide

Bet Hesa Ginnin
Bet Hesa Ginnin is featured in The Team Roping Journal's 2024 Breeder's Guide, highlighting industry-best rope horse breeding programs, studs and incentives.
Clay Smith heading on roan stallion Bet Hesa Ginnin.
World champion Clay Smith and Bet Hesa Ginnin. | EC Equine Marketing photo

Bet Hesa Ginnin
Standing at Outlaw Equine
Decatur, Texas
Owned by Premier Rope Horses

STUD FEE: $2,500

SIRE: Bet Hesa Cat
DAM: Ginnin Stoli by Stoli

INCENTIVES: Riata Buckle, Royal Crown, Gold Buckle, The Diamond Classic, Medal Program

From the 6666 Ranch, Bet Hesa Ginnin is a 2016 stallion transitioning from a successful cowhorse career under Terry Riddle to a promising future in heading with Clay Smith. By Bet Hesa Cat and out of Ginnin Stoli, he represents a lineage known for performance and versatility.

His cow horse achievements include the 2021 Colorado State Fair Open Derby Herd Work Reserve Champion, 2022 Panhandle Reined Cow Horse Open Two Rein Champion, NRCHA 2x Celebration of Champions Qualifier and AQHA Ranching Heritage World Qualifier.

At 15 hands, the red roan stallion is being bred to produce top-quality horses, combining his size, speed and intelligence. This marks a strategic shift to use his traits to create a new generation of head horses.

“He’s smart,” Smith said. “He has a quick response off the reins across from the back of the box to the steer. We really have high hopes for him in the arena and as a sire.”

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