Where Louisiana Champions Are Bred

Where Louisiana Champions Are Bred

Spring Hill Farms is steadily building an outstanding reputation in the Louisiana Quarter Horse breeding industry. The property consists of two locations in Kaplan, Louisiana owned by David Dunn. The founder of a successful surveying company specializing in the oil and gas industry, David has always had a passion for horses. He began breeding Quarter Horses in 2011 under the name of D&S Racing LLC before opening Spring Hill Farms. Dunn vaulted into the spotlight in 2016 at the LQHBA Yearling Sale with a filly named Dashnunder Afullmoon. The daughter of Heza Fast Dash out of the Dash Ta Fame mare Full Moon Dasher was purchased for $44,500 by Rogelio Marquez, Jr. and showed incredible talent on the racetrack. She set the fastest qualifying time and dominated her rivals in the rich Lee Berwick Futurity (RG1) at Delta Downs. The multiple-stakes winner won eight of her 11 starts, earning $711,951.

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For those onlookers chalking that up to a very lucky debut into the highly competitive breeding business, Spring Hill Farms replicated that feat with another filly the following year! The diminutive Eysa Jess Jumpn (LTE $932,387), also by Heza Fast Dash out of the Mr Jess Perry mare Jess Jumpn, sold for just $11,500. Owner Jose Estrada Quarter Horses watched his filly win five races in 2018, including the $700,000 Lee Berwick Futurity (RG1) and Louisiana Champions Juvenile (G2). She remained undefeated in her 3-year-old campaign winning 9 races in 9 starts including the Breeders Derby bringing her career total earnings to $921,537.

If breeding back-to-back Lee Berwick Futurity (RG1) champions were not enough, Spring Hill Farms also sold the sale topper at the 2018 LQHBA Yearling Sale. Moonocracy, a colt by Apollitical Blood out of the Dash Ta Fame Mare Full Moon Dasher went for $205,000. In 2020, Spring Hill Farms consigned an orphaned bay colt named Blood Money to the LQHBA yearling sale. In 2021, Blood Money (LTE $1,123,142) defied the odds and won the Lee Berwick Futurity, the Laddie Futurity and the LQHBA Million Futurity.


A strong broodmare band is the foundation of the breeding program at Spring Hill Farms. The roster currently includes stakes winning/producing mares like Full Moon Dasher, Jet Black Rogue, Jen And Vodka, Streakin Angelica, Annas Streakin Dash, First Prize Pearl, Black Rosalita, Bipty Dash, Louisiana Blue Dream and Jess A Sweet Surprise. 

For the 2023 breeding season, the farm will be standing a collection of impressive young race stallions including Diane To Be A Hero, Eagle Deluxe, El Camino CL, Louisiana Jambalaya, San Lorenzo and You Drive I Fly.  Spring Hill is also home to proven barrel sire Fast Prize Jordan and the promising Fire Water Flit son, Trump That. The stallions are available for viewing at the farm.

In addition to stallion services, Spring Hill Farms offers the latest in reproductive technology and an experienced staff. Our lab provides a full line of services including embryo flush and transfer, artificial insemination, follicle aspiration and more.

We also offer foaling, boarding and sale prepping including yearling consignments to the LQHBA Yearling Sale, the Ruidoso Select Sale and Heritage Place Sale.

The Spring Hill Farms team is committed to quality care for each of the mares and stallions on the farm and to breeding top caliber racing champions. Personal attention to every aspect of the services we offer our clients is our top priority.

what our clients say

First class operation! Everyone was willing to help and knew what they were talking about!! Will definitely be doing more business with them!

Nicholas Miller

Top notch care and attention given by David and his staff. Great place if you’re in need of breeding services, boarding, sale prepping, etc. I’ve had nothing but great experiences working with this farm. Highly recommend.

Brian Brandon

They have been nothing but fantastic to work with! Would recommend them to anyone. You can tell all the hard work put in behind the studs! Thank you guys!

Brooke Crawford