Red leopard?/Red Roan, spotted blanket
(Chief Navajo F-1970 x daughter of Chief Navajo)
Bred by Wyatt Haskell, Three Forks, Montana
Navajo's Candy #85389 stallion
Timberline Chief Navajo #64407 stallion
Maid O May Waters #14085 1957 mare
Crusty T-691 brings us to the Timberline (Ulrich) line. It commenced when Chief Navajo accidentally bred an own daughter - the result was Crusty. She was owned by Ralph and Helen Brown of the Timberline Stock Ranch, Broadview, Montana. The Brown's leased the leopard stallion Candy F-320 and Crusty was one of the mares he bred. Crusty produced a leopard colt, Navajo Candy 85389, grandson of Chief Navajo, who became the focal point of the breeding program at Timberline Stock Ranch. At one point the Brown's had approximately 90 broodmares. They produced many leopards from Navajo Candy. The majority of these foals were sold before they were named. Thus the Timberline name is not as well known today as it should be.