About Lazy A4 Ranch
Spanish Mustang Horses
Pevah SMR 4398 is one of the last 1/2 Cerbat bred stallions in the world. Click here for his pedigree.
Pevah SMR 4398 is a son of Sirbee SMR 1698, out of Sioux Flower SMR 1916. Sirbee was born in 1969 and was one of the last wild caught Cerbat Mustangs. He was owned by the Cayuse Ranch and his legacy was passed on to only a handful of horses before his passing. There are only 70 wild Cerbat horses left in the mountains of Arizona. Legends of these special horses are featured throughout historical documents and tales of the old west. Pevah maintains the legacy of the Cerbat. He is a red roan and is 13.3 hh with strong bone, solid feet and an excellent disposition. He passes on these traits to his offspring.
Sons of Pevah standing at stud
Cross your mares on stallions with substance, excellent hooves, ample bone, gentle nature and strong work ethic. Carry on centuries old bloodlines that ensure the Spanish Mustang breed does not go extinct!
Specially bred and selected for the best crosses on Pevah. Our broodmares live together on 80 acres and roam freely. They throw impressive color, gaits, and ideal conformation for Spanish Mustang type.
Our broodmares are two sets of full sisters. Happy Easter SMR pending and LA4 Sage SMR 4420 are one set. Strawberry SMR 4937 and Injun Princess are the other. Their sire, Red Sky SMR 3611 features royal Choctaw bloodlines and the famous San Domingo from Margurite Henry's book, San Domingo The Medicine Hat Stallion. Other featured bloodlines include Feral Nevada horses and Bookcliff horses from Utah. Our broodmares range in height between 12.3 hh and 14 hh and pass on their versatility, good feet, straight legs and endurance on to their foals.