Above is Blue Onyx her barn name, she is a TRUE BLUE ROAN AQHA 2016 yearling filly.  
She is NFS as we are keeping her til next year and see how she turns out, she is an
exceptional filly, Diposition/bred/color, She will be a big filly as she just turned one year.  I
am in the process of just redoing my site, please be patient, we have a lot going on this year,
DBR HANCOCK BLUEDOC is her registered name, she is a true blue.  Very
faint star,  no other markings,  Picture taken june 14th, 2017.  Onyx is a beauty.  Chex her 2
year old reg. AQHA freckles playboy bred bay dun gelding is her budy in the pasture.
Pics on both side are of
a super nice red dun
AQHA mare out of
skipa st gold, the sire
most our babies are
out of, she is a 4 year
old we sold as a
weanling to Tracey of
Florida, she updates us
all the time, of
HOTSHOT, she is an
awesome red dun, she
has slight brindling on
her side, all these foals
out of Skipa St Gold
and the same mares
really turn out to be
nice working ranch
horses or nice trail,
they always have
PEDIGREE super. 5
panel Neg. also.
DBR LEO SPLASH BAR, my 10 year old Reg. Sabino APHA mare we
raised, this girl is smart, she will flex with me with nothing on her, leg cues,
side passes, and when you say whoa you best be ready.  Gorgeous mare,
BTW the babies chewed her tail, otherwise it would be almost to the ground
Here is a shot of a silver gorgeous grulla we had, barn name TAZZY, Reg.
AQHA grulla foundation bred, oh he was flat out bred and gorgeous, We
have had so many grullas and he I would say was the knockout of the
bunch, he was to stay but the last minute a person said they wanted to
purchase him, then after 4 months asked me if I wanted to buy him back
they wanted something older to start on team penning and stuff, PEOPLE,
you know young horses are not ready so please don't do this, he was
important to me, and I let him go, so be sure.
Here is an awesome picture of Zipin Fancy Bonanza, our loud APHA
BREEDERS TRUST ENROLLED overo gelding we raised, he is 10 now. We
sponsered a young lady at kirkwood equestrian Center, in cedar rapids,
Iowa with him, this is where this picture was taken, and she took him
through almost 3 months of schooling in her classes with him, Melissa also
bought an awesome bay roan yearling from us, she took on to reining with
her, Melissa was a very special young lady with a lot of talent with horses.
She took the bay filly she purchased from us and did all the work to start,
lots of talen that young lady had, then of course the guy stage came along
and she had to go off to college and decided to see Brie the bay roan.
Here is Too Too, my Registered APHA OVERO, 21 year
old sorrel overo paint gelding, 1 of our personal
GELDINGS, I have had since a 4 year old, he has been the
best riding partner all these years, wish we could roll back
time, he is still doing good, Fancy Bonanza bred, we love
that breeding, thanks for the years. He has his own page
Above is Monica left at our home, and Arlin right on his buckskin gelding Jos Dandy Investment, he has owned for 12
years, My website unfortunately I took down, I was going to quit doing it, we had alot of things going on last year and
this year, with my folks, so I did erase everything, but my husband talked me back into putting it back up, which is
work, I lost everything, so it slowly but surely is coming back up, we do have 4 foals, but I am keeping them through
the winter, to work with and it helps keep your mind off other things, therapy, so by the time spring rolls around they
are big baby dolls, in your pocket, and not only that, their dispositions are awesome, bred, and color color color.
Unless someone absolutely wants to purchase before winter time, we usually don't do, but last xmas, we sold 2 for a
xmas present to people we already had sold 5 to, it was a xmas present, we know the folks. We had a buckskin stud
colt this year we sold so fast, she is sold, out of my mare, DBR ZIPS GOLDEN LADY, on the MARE page.  But I
always keep my site UTD so keep browsing around.  I am taking a 2 year old next year as a 3 year old to have trained,
he is a bay dun on here, peppy san badger and colonel freckles, quiet and he is super built with a gorgeous head
We are located 2 hours NORTHEAST of DesMoines, Iowa, by Waverly, Iowa where the big draft horse sale is held twice a
year.  We have a indoor riding arena, 66 x 144 and our other barn is 45 x 63.  Stalls in both.  When we do sell our
weanlings/yearlings we do require a DEPOSIT of half down nonrefundable, and coggins is up to the new owners to pay, which
entails a health paper too, and if you want a vet check, that is your bill too,
We will not hold a horse without a deposit.  We
have the right of refusal to any buyer if we think it is not a good home
. You can reach us at 319-404-3814, ask for Monica or
Arlin and leave a message please.  In summer we are busy busy, so outside alot. All shipping is up to the buyers, we do
require box stalls, on our youngsters. Calling is best, leave a message, some of our emails do not get through to us.  WE are
honest and expect the same COURTESY from you, we will never sell any sick horse, our horses get the best of care, farrier,
shots, and any other unexpected medical problems that may come up.  We hope they go to the same kind of home
This is the inside of our indoor arena, it is 66 wide by 144 long, we have stalls
down at the other end, above industrial fans so when you ride you stay cool
and I work the young ones alot in there as weanlings. 2 overhead electric doors
We have another nice barn 45 x 63 with stalls and alot of room for the horses
to run in and out of as they please, with alot of FANS!!!!! the appreciate it!
The Registered palomino Tobiano, above who tested five panel N/N we sold to
Jesse, in New Jersey last year, 2016, these are this years pics 2017 as a 2 year
old, his barn name is Pharoah, he is registered, and Jesse has done wonders
with this gorgeous gelding, most all ground work done, time for the saddle, we
thank Jesse for all the pictures he updates us with, he found the beest home!
Pharoah has skips artist on his papers and two eyed red buck, bred well.
Above is my mare, AQHA, DBR ZIPS GOLDEN LADY, who was bred to
my friend Tims, Golden gorgeous stallion, SKIPA ST GOLD, look what she
had, another stud colt this year, 3 in a row now, buckskin and gorgeous,
they always have the nice dispositions, but this colts pedigree will be
awesome with peppy and skipper.  Skipper is proudly owned by Tim of
Decorah, Iowa.  This stud colt was sold the minute he hit the ground, who
could blame anyone! Picture June 20th, 2017, his dam is in the above pic
with her head turned. Peppy the mares barn name is flat out gorgeous with a
DISPOSITION OF GOLD herself, she craves attention.  Congrats new
owner, no outside breeding on this stallion, bred to same mares yearly.
Above is my last broke AQHA REG. foundation mare, I sold, really didn't
want to, just worked out that way, she had 5 months training on her, she
is now owned by a young lady in her 20's who rides her frequently. Pic of
Jazz in our indoor arena, she was one gorgeous grulla who could move!
Our first horse barn with 4-12x12 stalls and big area to the right,we just let
the horses run in and out, this barn is 45 x 63, fans everywhere for them!
Above is our large indoor arena, 66 wide by 144 long, with skylights and new stalls, we mounted
huge industrial fans above so when you ride it stays cool, it does anyway, but we have two electric
overhead doors on each end, so the air just blows through, we really enjoy it, especially in winter
and when it rains, it is a huge help, and I work the foals in there, the first month when weaned.
This is the inside of our indoor arena, it is 66 wide by 144 long, we have stalls
down at the other end, above industrial fans so when you ride you stay cool
and I work the young ones alot in there as weanlings. 2 overhead electric doors
We have another nice barn 45 x 63 with stalls and alot of room for the horses
to run in and out of as they please, with alot of FANS!!!!! the appreciate it!
The pictures to the left
and right are of a REG.
APHA Palomino Tobie,
we sold to Jesse of N.J.,
new pic of pharoah and
his new best friend, sent
today, june 25th, 2017,
they are so cute, first
time meeting. Pharoah
has two eyed red buck
and skips artist on his
papers, he is bred well
and doing awesome in
N.J. with Jesse training
him!  Thanks so much
Above is Ivory AQHA Palomino filly and Fire AQHA cherry red
sorrel filly, both these fillies are out of the same stud we always use
SKIPA ST GOLD, as is the red dun top of page, and this years
buckskin above that sold fast, these two are now living in OHIO
and living with Sharon, who has done all ground work on them,
she spends all her time with them, thanks sharon! Our 3 fillies are
out of the same skipper w sire as these we always use of our
friends. All 4 foals this year are out of him, with the exception of
the red dun tobiano filly on 2017 foals page, sire is pictured there!
Rhapsody my yearling I let go
this year, she is a dunalino and
I have her full sister foaled this
year in May, looks like gonna
do the same thing, start out red
dun and turn to a
palomino/dunalino, time will
tell when she gets about 3
months old.  Rhaps was a reg.
AQHA skipper w bred and
otoe poco bueno, I hated to let
her go, boy can these foals out
of these mares and same paly
sire ever turn fast and cut fast.
Above is our place, to the left is our 45 x 63 barn, and in the background our indoor arena, 66 wide by 144 long and then
our ranch home, our 8 goot high fence and driveway gates around our whole property, Pastures go all the way around the
back of the indoor arena and wraps like a U all the way around, and we have it cross fenced.  Been cutting trees again, if
you want trees don't have horses, as we had tons of trees, we have done a lot of work, you can't fence around every tree!
Zippy our personal Gelding, Reg. APHA LOUD
OVERO, BT enrolled, 10 this year, we raised.
Tazzy my Reg. AQHA silver
grulla gelding we sold, wish we
never did, flat our GORGEOUS
Mr. blackburn 055, AQHA was
in all foundation registries close
to 100 %-My dream wiped out.
Arlin and Monica welcome  you to Desibar Ranch. WE have had horses our whole lives, We
have our own private riding geldings, and also a couple mares, and foals.  We do not sell
broke horses, only weanlings/yearlings, as I enjoy teaching them through out the winter and
by time spring comes, our then yearlings are so gentle and we have a lot of repeat buyers
and also alot of referrals.  Our vet does our vaccinations and they were done the 2nd of
June this year, we give 5 way, West Nile, and Rabies, Also wormed on a time schedule.  
Farrier work always done every 6 weeks.  We always believe in starting the foals hands on,
everything, main thing we believe is first of all an excellent DISPOSITION/conformation
and color.  Too many folks make the mistake of just picking for color, that is not the way
to go. WE have sold to France, Canada, Minnesota, Missouri, Mississippi, Nebraska, New
Jersey, Connecticut, Vermont, Texas, Wisconsin, Iowa, North Carolina, West Virginia,
Ohio, Florida, New Mexico, Arizona, Pennsylvania, Georgia, Illinois, Alabama, South
Dakota, Alaska and more, we are proud. We do have a indoor riding arena if you want to
see the prospects movement, we do NOT do videos on weanlings!  We believe highly in an
all around horse, some are bred for reining, ranch work, or speed events, depends on their
breeding, also Trail riding.  We like our horses to have good bone, nice hipped and baby
doll heads, strong legs. above all, an AWESOME DISPOSITION!  Most important.
Above is Jos Dandy Investment, (buck) Arlins Buckskin gelding we have had for 12 years, he is
a very pretty gelding, done a bit of everything, we enjoy the horses so much and when the
babies are weaned I take over, I adore them.  ONE THING WHEN I SELL THEM I ALWAYS
SAY  first buyers right to purchase right, well lately that has not been happening and we are
going to have to go back to contracts and have it in writing, so they stand behind their words, it
is sad that people can't be more honest about things, but they put themselves in that spot!  
Picture taken July 14th, 2017.  Been so hot here whole summer so far, can hardly ride, in our
indoor arena, yes with all the fans, but we like to take them out.  WE use to NEVER charge
board either on the  weanlings/yearlings when sold, but like everyone else, we guess it is time,
as people are taking advantage and leaving them here, so after the money is put down, you have
2 weeks, and after that, $100 a month will be charged, to board, once deposit is put down, if
anything happens to the horse, it is the buyers responsibility to pay for any vet bills incurred.
Shall the horse die, beyond anyones control, money will be returned.  We do take into
consideration some shippers are back logged, and we require a box stall for our horses to travel
in with shippers now. Coggins will be between 80 and 100 dollars, which is health papers and
coggins.  WE always keep our horses farrier work up to date, and shots when time.  Worming
always. Our horses are always taken care of with the utmost of care and any and everything
done if they get hurt or circumstances beyond our control, our vet is out.  Our horses present
and past have been part of our family, so remember that please.  Thankyou
Picture taken
July 17, 2017,
colt is really
growing, when
weaned HE will
go to his new
Above is Trinity our stud prospect, we sent him away to the trainers, he was 3 then, this is why we don't trust alot of
trainers, he didn't come back in such good shape, had to xray him, and his legs were more or less ruined for pushing
him way to hard at his age, and he was
blackburn bred, in all 3 foundations high %, most clost to 100%, We had our
fences all aready and his place to stay, away from the mares, and unfortunately he had to be be euthanized.  He was
a REG. dun AQHA with the widest dorsal down his bad you ever saw.  We stress to other trainers if you have
someone riding for you, please keep your eye on them and know where they are and what they are doing/PLEASE