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This is a big gray mare. Nice to be around. She’ll ride great and make a good broodmare later. I always liked the Happy Hancock horses. “They were the doing kind ”. Our Happy Hancock sold for $7,000.00 at 27 yrs old in foal. They sold a lot of good geldings out of her but … Read More
Another good gray mare out of a double bred Jackie Bee bred dam. Good to be around and will have enough size. Fancy riding mare. Her mother and grandmother rode great. Started in the feedlot and rode for 60 days. Sorted, roped, doctored, shipped, gathered grass cattle. All the jobs associated with a feedlot, she’s … Read More
Another first foal for this mare. When she was little she was pretty raspy. But she’s turned into a nice mare to be around. I named her kewpie doll. Good bay mare that will be big enough to ride and raise colts. She’ll really bloom as a 2 yr old.
Big gray/roan mare that I shouldn’t be selling. She could be a replacement for her mother. Lot of Joe Hancock on the bottom side. Look up her mother’s extended pedigree.
This colt is still intact. I’ve saved him because of close ties to Gray Badger! They’re getting hard to find. I would sure like to ride this colt! His full sister is Lot # 8. He has 2 Matched Pairs of Chromosomes, (King P234 & Poco Bueno each had 1 Matched Pair of Chromosomes and Produced … Read More
This colt is a full blood brother to Lot # 1. He’s big and solid. He is a gelding and will be 15hh and 1150 lbs. Nice well built ranch horse prospect. He’s the last one out of this old mare, and a good one.
Everybody liked this colt so he is sold already. Full sister is Lot # 7. She is a big yearling and pretty.
Super nice 2 yr. old dark grey pretty mare. Her mother is a granddaughter of Drifts Chip, producer of riders both in center of country and the northwest. I would like to be riding this mare right now. Don’t know what I was thinking when I named her. I guess I was thinking of her … Read More
This is a big tall mare. She’ll be 16 hands. The 68 mare has produced several big ranch horses that they really like. A friend had a good sister to this mare whom he couldn’t say enough good things about her. His son is riding her now.. Lot # 15 is a full sister.
The dam of these foals were not bred as young mares, but the 6905 mare is becoming a good producer. This filly is always in your pocket. She makes sure you see her every day. One of my favorites.
This is the first offspring out of PG Six Bee 69514 and the first foal resulting from this cross of PG Six Bee’s daughters on Happy Eddie Six Bee. It seems to be working. She’s a nice friendly mare. Really gentle. Going to be big too. Registered grey by AQHA rules. She can be changed … Read More
This is this mare’s first colt. He won’t get as tall as some of the others. He sure is put up right, big eye, and is better every time you handle him. He is amazing. I think he would make a good mount for a youth who is a good hand to probably start and … Read More
We’ve had a hard time getting a foal to live from this mare. Both times unrelated reasons. I thought this colt was special the day he got up. I still do. I think he is a stud prospect. Time will tell and I think he’s worth giving the time.
This is this mare’s first colt. I believe he will make a great ranch horse. I still haven’t got the one good picture showing him the way I want to, but I’ll keep trying. His grand dam has raised some good ones.
Both sire and dam are gone now. Both born the same year. He was her last foal. I’ve kept him in case I needed him. But he’s bred too close up for me to use. He’s probably 15 hands and stouter than than his sire. We have one yearling- lot # 14 which shows what … Read More
A big stout 15-2 hand red roan gelding. Right eye is partially blind. He was born with it and from what I can see he doesn’t even know it. A well bred ranch gelding. I think he would make a great circle horse. I would like to see him have a chance. Give us a … Read More