Big Beautiful Athletic Roan Cowhorses
3 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Quarter Horse Stallion at Stud in Dayville, OR
Great Blood Lines! 9 th generation roan. Good bone, size, disposition, athletic abilities, and cow sense with the GREAT ROAN color! LENAS BLUE HEAVEN a. k. a. "TANG" sired by Weaver's great producing stallion "Ima Bit Of Heaven" who's pedigree speaks volumns in cutting and reining champion bloodlines. Tang's dam "Lenas Sunny Girl" is a proven poducer of earners, a big mare @15. 3- 1400 lbs, herself having won a bronze, money, points and earned a ROM in reining - all with the distinct disability of having only 1 eye. "Tang's" first colts are big, shapey, beautiful, athletic foals. 6 head total, 3 red roans, 1 bay roan, 1 bay and 1 sorrel with gray or roan spots. Only 1 of these 6 mares had any known roan genetics!
About Dayville, OR
Dayville was named for the John Day River. The original site of the Dayville post office was 3 miles (5 km) west of the city's current location. In the mid-19th century, Dayville was along the route of a wagon road, renamed The Dalles Military Road in about 1870, that connected The Dalles on the Columbia River with gold mines near Canyon City. Dayville was incorporated in 1913.