We, Craig and Jennifer, live in Utah and pasture our horses nearby our
home. Nestled in the Wasatch Mountains, CJ Foundation Quarter Horses is surrounded by beautiful landscape as well as
gorgeous Quarter Horses with a few Paints thrown in for color. We both have always had a passion for horses. Three
years ago we bought our first horse together, 'Fancy', a grey grade filly, and were soon bitten by the bug of Reqistered Foundation
Quarter Horses. In time, when the books we both are writing publish and sell, we'll be buying land and building
a ranch to call our own. So far, it's just a dream. But will someday soon be reality.
Jennifer says: Horses are no stranger to me. From pony rides as a child, to having my own
Thoroughbred gelding, Darby, in California, to summers spent riding in England, horses have been a constant in my
life. I'm what you might call a Horse Girl. While attending BYU in Provo, Utah, I was thrilled to take horseback
riding classes along with my other studies in English, Communications, Spanish, and I earned a Bachelor of Arts degree
in Humanities in 1990. I am now pleased and blessed to have horses as part of my everyday life again. (Thanks,
Craig says: Horses have been in my life since I was a boy.
When I was seven and living on the family ranch in Cortez Colorado, my family bought a grade gelding orphan colt, a bay my
dad named Johnny Peppercorn. From being a part of the local county 4-H club as a child, to enjoying researching
pedigrees and performance horse records of Quarter Horses and Paints, horses have remained a passion and a pastime for me.
In Spring 2003 we purchased 1999 Palomino Foundation Quarter Horse Stallion JJ Kings Hank
and are in the process of developing a small but successful breeding program.