Quarter Circle B Quarter Horses
HC 66 Box 29
Fort Hancock, Texas
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East of El Paso, and just north of the Rio Grande, in Fort Hancock TX, is where 3 generations of The Bean family, live, farm, and train horses. Jana and Breck moved back to this valley after college and started a family when they had their son, Jim Breck.
Jana and Breck grew up on horses, competing and winning at all levels. Jim Breck is following in his parents footsteps winning championships in multiple events. They all compete on horses they have trained, and many that they have raised. Barrel Racing, Team Roping, Calf-roping and Winning are a way of life for this family, and will continue to be for years to come.
Breck competed and was very sucessful at the PRCA rodeos before opting to stay home to run the family buisness and train horses. In his career Breck has won some of the biggest rodeos including The Reno Rodeo. Practicing with Jim Breck has proven to be an ideal way to train their future champion rope horses.
Jana has made a name for herself at all levels, and nation wide, running barrels. She has won, and held, some of the most coveted titles in the barrel racing world. The horses she has raised, trained, and sold have gone on to win with different riders, from Junior High to WPRA rodeos. In the past few years she has had the opprotunity to breed her own champions with the help of her great stud, Lins First Bullet. Bullets babies are proving to be just as talented and well minded as their daddy, and have been making a name for themselves in the futurity/derby and rodeo world.
Jim Breck is making a name for himself in the rodeo world as well. Bringing home multiple Texas State Championships in the past few years, proving that although he is young, his talent is huge. He is home schooled by his Mom, who has her degree in Education. His focus lies primarily in Calf Roping and Team Roping events. Watch out for this young gun, the sky is the limit with talent like his.
When the horses are put up and they are not hauling "to the next one" the whole family enjoys being at home, tending to the show sheep, dogs, colts and fillies.
Family, God, and Horses is the way of life for The Beans.
"Be Kind to one another, tender hearted, forgiving one another, as God in Christ forgave you," Ephesians 4:32