Updated March 1, 2021



Dixon, Montana

Pitts Quarter Horses where we TRY to breed for great minds, good looks, and place each horse in its best talent/s.

At Pitts Quarter Horses it's all about TRY.


Worldsfastest Indian

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2012 Brown Stallion

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Worldsfastest Indian

is a First Moonflash son.

First Moonflash entered stud in 2010. At the time of his death, the stallion had sired the earners of more than $15.8 million from seven crops, including 2018 champion 2-year-old Flash And Roll, 2013 champion 2-year-old Handsome Jack Flash, 2014 champion 3-year-old filly Foxy Moonflash, and 2014 All American Derby (G1) winner Too Flash For You.

First Moonflash, the sport's 2009 champion aged stallion and one of American Quarter Horse racing's leading sires, was humanely euthanized on Wednesday after a battle with laminitis. He was 14.

With a speed index of 122; 4 world records, and 5 track records First Moonflash won 14 of 25 starts and earned $969,828, and his 10 stakes wins included the Championship at Sunland Park (G1) in 2008 and '09, and the 2009 New Mexico Cup Championship (G1) at Zia Park. He was voted AQHA champion aged stallion after a 4-year-old campaign during which he won seven of eight outs, including six stakes, and banked $491,040.

First Moon Flash Son

Worldsfastest Indian

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Fling To Fame

2015 Palomino Stallion

Fling To Fame

is a grandson of

A Streak of Fling and

great grandson of Frenchmans Guy

A Streak Of Fling (si 98) is the #4 Leading Sire of Barrel Horse Money Earners with progeny earnings of $3.6 million. He is the proud sire of numerous barrel racing standouts, including: Fame Fling N Bling ($768,192), A Streak Of Rita ($415,719), Streakin Easy April ($278,175), KR Last Fling ($133,577), and Streakinflingindisco ($109,895).

Frenchmans Guy started his career as an extremely competitive arena athlete on the barrel futurity/derby and PRCA/amateur rodeo circuits. Sired by all-around performance sire Sun Frost, backed by the landmark Casey’s Ladylove mare family and triple-bred to the great Lightning Bar, ‘Guy’ has made his mark as a standout arena horse sire. Stamped with his long, free, extended stride, speed, mind and phenomenal heart and try, Frenchmans Guy progeny have proven to be among the elite competitors and best investments in the performance horse industry!

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Pitts Quarter Horses where we breed to compete


2010 Chestnut Gelding

A Streak of Fling - Dash for Perks son FOR SALE has been started on barrels, done some roping, and has packed. Fling shows lots of promise and is ready to finish in the discipline of choice.




For any inquiries, questions please call: 406-370-8839 or email terrypitts1723@gmail.com


7 Pitts Lane

Dixon, Montana 59831

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