Specializing in black and white overos, bred for performance, show, and race.
Jack Hebert's success in his All Star Paint horse farm began as truly a Labor of Love. Jack's wife Carolyn had, throughout their married life, marveled at the beauty of paint horses and the two of them often talked that someday if they ever were in a solvent financial position, they would fill that spot in Carolyn's heart. Jack, who has been in the horse business over 40 years, but only after Jack's automobile business began to grow and became extremely successful, were they able to fulfill their dreams. Sadly Carolyn passed away in 1999 after an extended illness. Jack, in honor of Carolyn, poured his heart into having the best bred paints, with the class and quality that would make Carolyn proud.
With his farm reaching the heights they aspired it to be, Jack can now offer some of the best black and white overo paints in the industry.
It is hard to imagine the class of horse Jack has to offer and words cannot describe theses beautiful animals, so consider a trip to All Star Farm in Sulphur, Louisiana in the near future. You will be furnished with a farm full of magnificent paint horses and be treated to down home hospitality.