Welcome to Double S Quarter Horses

Double S Quarter Horses is owned and operated by Sue Sultze and her husband Tom Pasma. Their operation is located in the beautiful town of Bow, Washington which is nestled in rich farmland of Skagit County just an hour North of Seattle.

Working together, Sue and Tom offer a complete start-to-finish program for the young horse, as well as conditioning and maintenance of the seasoned horse. We seek to instill strong fundamentals and a good work ethic, while also encouraging and developing each horse’s individual style!

At Double S, the main focus of their training program is on producing champion Reining and Working Cow Horses, however we have also trained and shown successfully in Western Pleasure, Western Riding, Trail, Hunter Under Saddle, Hunter Hack, Lounge Line, Roping and even Halter.

They produce top quality prospects for the show pen no matter what the discipline, and we strive to help clients and their horses attain their equine performance goals. Along with our very successful training program, we proudly own and stand Key To My Cash Box, a talented Miss N Cash son who is making his mark on the Northwest in the sport of reining.

Contact Us

Sue Sultze & Tom Pasma

15216 Colony Rd — Bow, Washington 98232
360-661-5026 — sue@ssqhorses.com

Key to My Cash Box

A proven performer & producer, Key to My Cash Box is by Miss N Cash and out of a Travalena Daughter. While well know & appreciated in both NRCHA & AQHA arenas, he is producing beautiful, athletic offspring with great minds. AQHA Superior...

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An Introduction to Ranch Riding – AQHA

In the AQHA ranch riding class, the horse is shown individually in pattern work and is judged on the precision of the pattern maneuvers and the horse’s movements. The horse should simulate a horse riding and working outside the confines of an arena.Jul 24, 2016 READ MORE

Reined Cow Horses – History and Tradition – NRCHA

In the competitive reined cow horse arena, the finesse of modern horsemanship blends seamlessly with time-tested training methods. The show horses of today trace their performance roots to the meticulous, centuries-old process used by the California vaquero to create his most valuable working partner: a horse that could be controlled by a whisper-light touch on the reins, yet still READ MORE