JR Krogs Gray ZIP
3 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Quarter Horse Stallion at Stud in West Plains, MO
Son of Zippo Blue Pine, and goes back to Leo, and Robert Redford and Poco Pine. This stallion is a working bred horse that has the moves and looks for the show ring. He is currently being rode by Kenny Richie in the Roping pen. His first foal crop is on the ground and ready to go. This is an all around stallion. He has looks, and a lot of muscle. This horse is quiet and easy to handle. Mare care is $5. 00 daily. Can be reached by cell phone also 417- 331-4***7. Pedigree can be e - mailed on request.
About West Plains, MO
The history of West Plains can be traced back to 1832, when settler Josiah Howell (after whom Howell County is named) created the first settlement in the region known as Howell Valley. West Plains was so named because the settlement was on a prairie in a westerly direction from the nearest town, Thomasville. The Courthouse Square Historic District, Elledge Arcade Buildings, International Shoe Company Building, Mount Zion Lodge Masonic Temple, W. J. and Ed Smith Building, and West Plains Bank Building are listed on the National Register of Historic Places.