Welcome to Allocate Your Assets!

A Million Dollar Producing & Equi-Stat Leading Sire


Now offering a limited amount of frozen semen and ICSI doses available for 2024.

Only available to the first 20 contracts

Thank you breeders for your patience and we hope you will help us continue AYA's legacy into the future

Allocate Your Assets 2000-2023
Our hearts are broken, today is one of the days that everyone in the horse industry dreads. We regret to inform all of our friends, clients, past breeders, trainers and exhibitors that today we lost "THE GREAT ONE", Allocate Your Assets. Al was referred to as the king of the barn but his sweet eye and kind demeanor made you forget sometimes that he was in deed a stallion. Al was a pleasure to train, show and be around. He stamped his babies with this same loving personality and unmatched show presence. Al not only changed our lives but we feel that he has made a lasting impact on the industry. He will truly be missed!

To all of his babies out there, "Keep making me proud. I will be watching you all from up above in Horse Heaven"
Love, The Great One AYA

Thank you to all that loved him, supported him, cheered him, rode him and bred to him. Al was a blessing to us all.
Thank You with Love,
Jim, Deanna, Kathy & Jerry

A Multiple AQHA World & Congress Champion Sire, Stamping his Foals with Beauty, Movement, and Great Minds

"The Total Package" - a phrase often thrown around and attributed to many, yet not often truly attained. But in the case of Allocate Your Assets, his consistency, movement, pedigree, and outstanding disposition, has earned him the title of just that.

"Al", as he is affectionately known, is a 2000 16.2 hand bay stallion by Protect Your Assets and out of the thoroughbred mare, Kat Sass. Owned by G.W. and Katherine K. Tobin, Al is a leading hunter under saddle sire, stamping his foals, not only with his beautiful looks and movement, but also with his great mind. Their natural talent, combined with their willingness to learn, has made "Al's" offspring sought after by open and non pro competitors alike, excelling not only in the hunter under saddle arena, but also many other disciplines. In fact, Al has sired AQHA World and Congress Champions in a variety of working hunter, hunter hack and pleasure driving classes.


Breeding Fee $2,500 plus a nonrefundable booking/frozen semen fee of $250.00
Foals eligible for Premier Sires, APHA BT, NSBA BCF/SIF, Southern Belle
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Shipments available January 01, 2024 through August 01, 2024. Frozen Semen breedings will receive 2 doses (8 straws of semen). ICSI breedings will receive 1 straw of semen.

Your mare should be inseminated by a licensed veterinarian and the semen may only be used for the designated mare. Notify us when your mare has been checked for pregnancy.

No Guarantee
There is no live foal guarantee.

Allocate Your Assets is available in Europe
EU Contact: David Maisonnette
Haras de l’hermet
Phone: (+33) 673 331532
Click here to Download EU Frozen Semen Contract

Allocate Your Assets: 20 in 20
Equine Chronicle Cover Story January 2020

It may be hard to believe, but the legendary AQHA Hunt Seat stallion, Allocate Your Assets, is marking a big mile-stone in 2020. The Equistat Leading, Million Dollar producing, multiple World and Congress Champion sire, fondly known to his fans as “Al,” is 20 years old. In celebration of Al turning 20 in 2020, owners, Kathy and Jerry Tobin, have decided to open his book to the public, with no limit, at a booking fee of $2,020. The sire of such champions as Al Fool Ya, Al E Hondro, Pretty Assets, Al Be Sweet On You, NSBA Horse of the Year, Couture Blue Genes, and countless others, Al has truly made his mark on the industry over the past two decades.

Discovered as a two-year-old in the barn of Brian Isbell, Jim and Deanna Searles knew right away that Al was something special. Interestingly enough, they weren’t even looking for a stallion at the time. “We actually found him at the Redbud when we asked Brian if he had anything special,” Deanna says. “We wanted something good-minded and talented, but all he had was this stud. We were looking for a horse for Kathy, but we hadn’t considered a stallion as an option… that was until we watched him lope and trot just one length of the arena! We told Brian we’d be right back, and we brought over Kathy’s sister, Susie Johns, to take a look. We bought him right then. He was this giant, beautiful bay with a kind eye. We loved his natural movement.”

What also stood out was his lofty stride, striking presence, and gentle demeanor. It certainly didn’t hurt that Brian would go on to win the Gold and Silver Futurity at the 2002 NSBA World Show and 2-Year-Old Hunter Under Saddle Futurity at the Congress that year. He ended the year being named the NSBA High Point 2-Year-Old Open Hunter Under Saddle Horse. In 2005, Al would win Junior Hunter Under Saddle at the Congress with Deanna in the irons and then Senior Hunter Under Saddle at the 2006 Congress and a Reserve World Championship with Sue Ellen Vickery.

Initially, when he was four years old, Al stood with Ron Horn and June Warren in Oklahoma. But Kathy decided she wanted big Al closer to home, so he left behind the red dirt roads of Oklahoma for the scenic sunsets at Circle S Ranch in Scottsdale, Arizona. “It was Kathy’s goal for Al to live closer to home, so she could watch all of his babies grow up,” Deanna says. “That was always her dream, so we brought him back to Arizona. He was the first stallion we’d ever stood at the ranch, and Jim definitely did his homework picking the brains of our colleagues to ensure that we could make this work effectively.”

And make it work they did. During Al’s breeding career, he has sired numerous World and Congress Champions, a NSBA Horse of the Year,multiple NSBA World Champions, and several Equine Chronicle Congress Masters winners. In 2019 alone, Al sired 13 Congress Champions, 10 Reserve Champions, and multiple Top Ten winners.

And it’s not just Hunt Seat in which his offspring have excelled. He has sired champions in classes like Pleasure Driving, Over Fences, English All-Around,and Western Riding. “His percentage on his foals, even from his first crop, has been amazing,” Deanna says. “In his first foal crop of 14, he had seven point-earners and at least three were Congress or World Champions. That’s saying a lot; because, by the time a mare gets in foal, a foal is born, it’s trained, and then gets to the show pen, the average decreases. His percentage has always been so high, and he’s competing against other big name stallions with much larger books.”

Once Al’s babies get to the show pen, there is no doubt of their lineage, because he truly stamps each and every one with a signature look. “They’re incredibly stamped in how they carry themselves- from their neck to their shoulder to their front leg. They all move very similarly. They’re lofty and floaty. It’s very natural, and it looks as if they could jump or change leads with ease.”

“The offspring that we have are very smart and low key. They have a lot of personality and are well suited to be futurity horses or mounts for select riders or youth kids.”

Because of Al’s versatility with his large size, but slow sweeping movement, he’s suited for a variety of different types of mares, Deanna says. “We have a few Last Detail mares in our breeding program and that cross has produced World and Congress Champions, but right now we’re seeing a big variety in the types of mares the public is breeding to Al. We would love to breed him to more Western mares as well ,because Al has a slow lope and has Western breeding in his own background with his sire being Protect Your Assets. My daughter’s horse, Al Be Sweet On You (2-time Reserve World Champion in Western Riding at the AQHA Youth World Show), is out of a Sweet Talkin Chip mare, and he’s turned into a wonderful all-around horse.”

Looking towards the future, Al is still going strong, but Circle S Ranch is hoping to discover an Al Junior that might help to carry on his legacy for many years to come. “I would love to find a son of Al to carry on his winning tradition. It’s been so much fun to watch all his off-spring and support them and cheer them on.”

“When we bought Al, this was a whole new avenue for Kathy, and we’re so thankful that she and Jerry supported us and trusted us to bring him along in the right direction. We only hope he will continue his winning ways for years to come.”

Sire Summary
The #1 All Time Leading Sire of English Money earners with over $1.6 Million Dollars, additionally his offspring have earned over 20,000 AQHA Points, more than 80 Superior and 350 ROM awards, and over 50 AQHA World Championships & Reserve World Championships.

From the beginning of his sire career, Allocate Your Assets has demonstrated an incredibly high percentage of foals that not only make it to the show ring, but are incredibly successful in it. His foals average over $6,000 and 85 AQHA points.

To date, Al has sired numerous AQHA World and High Point Champions, NSBA World and High Point Champions, Congress Champions, and a NSBA Horse of the Year.

NSBA Horse of the Year | AQHA World Champion | Multiple Congress Champion | LTE: $65,004

AQHA World Champion | Multiple Congress Champion & NSBA World Champion | LTE: $61,715

Multiple AQHA World Champion | Congress Champion

Multiple Congress Champion

Multiple AQHA World Champion | Multiple Congress Champion

Multiple AQHA World Champion | NSBA World Champion

Multiple AQHYA World Champion | Reserve AQHYA World Champion

Congress Champion

AQHYA World Champion | Congress Champion | NSBA World Champion