Belle Mere Farm,LTD.

Dee and Betty Raper have been proudly serving the American Quarter Horse and Paint Horse industry since 1973

Capo De Capi, BV Travelin Soldier, Prized Wagon

2650 48th Ave NW, Norman, OK 73072

Phone: (405) 447-8500


 2023 Stallions of Belle Mere Farm

Prized Wagon

2023 Fee: Call (405)447-8500

Sire: Prized Wagon

Winner at Will Rogers Oct. 2020

name: Prized Fly

Owner: Curtis Smith

Trainer: Eddie Willis


2023 Fee: Call (405)447-8500

Capo De Capi

2023 Fee: call (405)447-8500

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Call office at (405)447-8500 for more information.

Dee and Betty Raper have been serving the horse industry since 1973, specializing in providing proven bloodlines for racing.


The farm was moved to its present location in Norman, Oklahoma in 1992. The farm sits on 320 acres in what was originally called the Ten Mile Flat area of Norman.

During their 30-plus years in the stallion breeding business, Dee and Betty have stood many of the greats in the industry including Easy Jet in 1985. The farm is a hands-on operation for Dee and Betty. On a daily basis you will find each of them in the barns, offices, or as Dee says “taking care of business”. Both have been very active in working for the industry and horse racing in Oklahoma.


For more information about Belle Mere Farm regarding any of our stallions or services, please e-mail us at or call us at 405-447-8500.


Office Phone: (405)447-8500


Call office for 2023 Stud Fees:

Capo De Capi

BV Travelin Soldier

Prized Wagon

Breeding Contract

Please contact Betty Raper for any questions, comments, or concerns.

Thank you.

Capo De Capi

Capo De Capi

(Corona Cartel x A Shot At Glory)

2-Time Stakes Winner

si 108, $244647


  • 2014 Heritage Place Sale Yearlings Averaged $8800!
  • 1st Heritage Place Derby-G2
  • 1st Speedhorse Gold & Silver Cup Derby-G3
  • 2nd Oklahoma Derby
  • Finalist Remington Park Futurity-G1
  • Finalist Black Gold 330 Futurity

Call office for stud fee. Shipped as well as Cooled Semen Available

Property of James Sills