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Our specialty is in
raising Hancock and Blue Valentine-bred, using-type quarter horses with
family-type personalities. Our foals will usually be blue roan, gray,
or bay roan. Please visit our Sale
page to view our performance prospects that are currently offered for
Mr Blue Tom Hancock
1993-October 10, 2009
"He is alright. Just gone for a little ride with Ray."
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is home of Mr Lil Blue
Tom, a blue roan stallion that is
homozygous for black AND homozygous roan.
"LT" goes back to Blue Valentine 7x through well
known decedents such as Mr Blue Tom Hancock, Blues Kingfisher, Lil Bros, Leo Hancock Hayes and Gooseberry. LT competed successfully in Craig Cameron
Extreme Cowboy Race with cowboy and trainer Tim Edge. Tim also was preparing
LT to heel in team roping. LT has natural cow instinct and was quickly
advancing but did not get to finish his training due to Timís tragic
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has also been home to a blue roan stallion, Mr Blue Tom Hancock.
homozygous for black pigment, and never sired a
sorrel foal. The majority of Tom's foals were blue roan, bay
roan, black, and bay, but all have genetically black legs. Tom produced very talented and
hard-working horses that have proved their versatility by working and
competing on ranches, roping, barrel racing, trail riding...just about
anything they could be asked to do.
Blue Valentine, a
grandson of Joe Hancock, was an excellent steer tripping and roping
horse. He is a predominant sire of world-class rodeo and working
horses, whose names can easily be found in the Prorodeo Cowboy Hall of
Fame along side of their world champion owners, and who have carried their
riders to big wins in associations ranging from Little Britches Rodeo to
It has often been said that the only top cowboys not
riding Hancock horses were those who couldnít get their hands on
one. Well, we're working to give YOU the opportunity to put yourself
onto a Hancock horse! Visit our "For Sale" page to pick yours out!
Special thanks to Lee
Ann Helms for helping us with many of the photos on our web site!
"Believe in your horse, so your horse can believe in