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Bank On The Best Moves to Riverside Ranch

Bank On The Best has a new home. Good luck to all involved with this talented stallion. Find out all the exciting details here...

Our recent December GoMag cover stallion, Bank On The Best, affectionately known as ‘Cash’ has moved to Washington. The double-registered AQHA/APHA, 7-panel N/N, World Champion will now be managed by Cindy Stephens-McCraw of Riverside Ranch.

“So thankful to have him standing among some of the elite sires in the industry,” says owner, Dr. Kathryn Sneed of Collierville, TN. “The best is yet to come.”

Bank On The Best’s breeding fee is $1,750 with special considerations given to proven mares. For a breeding contract, or for more information about breeding to Cash, please contact Cindy at Riverside Ranch at riversideranch.com or 817-304-0800. You may also visit his website at BankOnTheBestStallion.com for more details.

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Cash’s 2024 foals are eligible for: BCF Color, BCF, NSBA Stallion, Super Sires, Southern Belle, Iowa Breeders, APHA Breeders Trust, West Coast Breeders, Go For Gold, Michigan Breeders, Virginia Color Classic, Tom Powers Futurity and Cash For Color.

Bank On The Best’s career highlights include; 8-time World & Reserve Champion, 3-time APHA World Champion, two-time Paint Congress Champion and AQHA Performance ROM earner with points in western pleasure and trail.

We wish Kathryn, Cindy and everyone associated with this magnificent stallion all the best with your future endeavors.

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