Oh yes, they do have very nice stock. We bought 2 off of them. A little black gelding, which was a full brother to Teddy and Teddy ofcourse. Both came out of their standing stud and the same mare. The little black gelding was a year younger. Both were very nice movers. Very smooth. Unfortunately, they had motors and proved to be too much horse for us to handle. The other horse we test rode was a dark chocolate with a self colored mane and tail. He came from McGuire's farm and was out of Kentucky Blue. He had buddy roe and smokey joe on his mother's side. He kinda had the same temperment. Lot's of go! But he seemed to have a good whoa. But me being a timid beginner.. I really felt I wanted something calmer and slower.. so I'm still looking.. and will look until I can find something I feel safe on.