Red Pepper

Red Pepper

Red Pepper #V34 was a red sorrel gelding approximately 15.3 hands tall and weighing 1,300 pounds. His age and breeding are unknown. The Fettig Brothers Rodeo Company purchased him in Miles City, Montana, from Eddie Vaughn in the late 1950s and branded him with their...
Old Shep

Old Shep

Owned by the Aber Rodeo Company of Beach, Old Shep #22 was one of the great bucking horses. Born north of Wibaux, Montana, in 1962, he was purchased by Bob Aber as a two-year-old colt from Bill Teeters. Aber took Old Shep to rodeos in North Dakota, eastern Montana,...
Old Fitzgerald

Old Fitzgerald

Old Fitzgerald #22 was owned by John Steen, a horse buyer from Linton, and had the distinction of bucking off top cowboys before they could make a qualified ride. He was a Percheron-cross work horse that was discovered while working in the fields around Fort Yates in...
Figure Four

Figure Four

Figure Four was born in the late 1940s on the Figure Four Ranch about 30 miles northwest of Killdeer. Bred by ranch owner Vic Christensen, he was born to a gentle saddle mare, and his sire is unknown. Vic sold the horse to Nick Fettig of Killdeer in the early 1950s,...
Double Jeopardy

Double Jeopardy

Double Jeopardy #08 was born in May 1970 and went to the National Finals in Oklahoma City for eight straight years from 1976-‘83. Bob Aber paid just $500 for him in 1975; the previous owner complained that the horse was no good for his purposes as he always had to...