Stallions at Stud for Seal Stallion Station

Jets of America 2004 Palomino Stallion by Mr. America 2000 and out of Jets Honey Bomb
This nice six-year-old stallion has the disposition, conformation, and natural movement to sire some of the best performance horses around. He has good bone, a gorgeous neck, and a head to die for. (Pictures don't do him justice, he looks downhill in this photo, and I was standing off center when I took it and he is not set up properly. I will try to get a better picture in the next few days).
He was shown as a three-year-old in halter at a Palomino show in Forest, MS, but as attendance was down he did not get any points, even though he won his class. He has been broke to ride, but unfortunately he has not been shown or trained in a specific event.  His two colts that remained at Seal Stallion Station are the most sane yearlings I have ever laid hands on, and one has already been saddled this fall. The other died from colic complications in early August, though he was coming along nicely too.
You can view his dam info on the mares page. Stud fee coming soon.
Full Pedigree can be viewed at

Skippa Skip Seal 1995 Sorrel stallion by Mr Skippa Spanish by Spanish Depth and out of Spanish Heritage by Skips Heritage
"Skip" is bred to be a breeding horse! it took years to engineer his pedigree to produce the homozygosity and predictability that this horse produces. It started with Hank Weiscamp, then Ed Jackson, followed by Dr. W. Otis Seal, then Dr. A. Otis Seal.
He is a horse breeder's dream. His sire, Mr Skippa Spanish, PHBA Supreme Champion, and his maternal granddam are both tight line-bred Skipper W horses and they are full brother and sister. The other 1/4th of his pedigree is Skips Heritage, a real cowboy's horse and Weiscamp branded stallion which we were able to own for several years.  He is doing a great job for us. He has sired multiple futurity winners. If you are serious about breeding line-bred Weiscamp Skipper W horses, he is the stallion for you. Hank Weiscamp bred horses just like him!
He was roped off of by Rob Seal as a young stallion, but as an aging fifteen-year-old that has been kicked by several mares, he is a pasture ornament until spring when breeding season starts. 
You can view his pedigree at
Stud fee coming soon.