Wills Powerhouse Jay
Socks has been an outstanding athletic individual. His first year of showing he won the Heading in the World Foundation Quarter Horse Show, he was 3rd in Ranch Roping at the World Foundation Quarter Horse Show, and he won Reserve High Point Open Division Stallion in the NEAFQHR. We have 2 of his sons we are looking forward to working with.
Additional Stallions - More information coming
WHATA SMOKEY CASH - 2012 Palomino Stallion
PLENTYDRIFTER - 2006 Blue Roan
VC ROAN FROSTHANCOCK - 2008 Red Roan Stallion
BLUE KIRK - 2001 Blue Roan Stallion
FIGUREFOURWOODY 534 - 1995 Red Roan Stallion
CLAYTONS WARTRAIN JR - 2016 Black Stallion
TWISTING BLU HANCOCK - 2017 Bay Roan Stallion
HANCOCK BRAZA BUCK - 2016 Bay Roan Stallion
LAST CANAL - 1999 Brown Stallion
Plenty Hancock Hayes - Reference Sire
Docs John Red - Reference Sire
Blue was a very quick and agile boy. He was not a very big horse (14.3 hands) but he didn't know that. He had a ton of heart and try. At 23 years old, and we had him saddled up and he could still spin a hole in the dirt. He was a finished calf roping horse and had won numerous saddles. He passed on his quick learning ability, great disposition, and his speed.
He was 5 panel negative tested.
Roy Boy Hancock - Reference Sire
Roy Boy Hancock was the base for our broodmares band. Roy Boy Hancock was an outstanding athletic individual and he passed that ability on to his colts. The daughters out of Roy Boy Hancock make outstanding producing mares which pass on the athletic ability, great minds, good bone, and intense willingness to learn disposition that you need for a great working horse. Roy was a great asset to our program.