The Western Phenomenon
IT'S CELLO TIME
If ever there was a western pleasure breeding stallion with the brilliant allure of genetic giants in its pedigree, it would lead you to the likes of the great Monticello V. By Jullyen El Jamaal – unarguably one of the greatest western pleasure sires in history – and out of one of Varian Arabians most prolific broodmares, Mosquerade V (by Huck out of the incomparable Khemo daughter, Moska), Monticello V is now playing his own concerto, carrying on the prolific pedigree of his royal ancestors... and doing it beautifully.
Monticello V stands at R.O. Lervick Arabians in Stanwood, Washington.
2020 Siring Stats
Of Monticello V's progeny that are 4 or more years old, 42% have been named regional champions or better, 35% have been named Top Ten National Champions and 15% have been named National Champions – all in the western pleasure divisions.
Out of the total 11 HA/AA foals by Monticello V that are four years and older, two were named National Champions.
Out of the total 15 purebred foals by Monticello V that are four years and older, 40% were Top Tens or better, and 15% were named National Champions.
If you're breeding for western pleasure, these stats say it all. Monticello V is carrying on the legacy from his sire, Jullyen El Jamaal, as the industry's supreme sire of champion western pleasure horses.