Beautiful Buckskin Stallion!

Name
Lobo
Breed
Quarter Horse
Gender
Stallion
Color
Buckskin
Temperament
2 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Registry
AQHA
Reg Number
5748061
Height
14.2 hh
Foal Date
April, 2016
Country
United States
Views/Searches
37/8,534
Ad Status
Unavailable
Price
$1

Quarter Horse Stallion for Sale in Bayard, NE

Lobo sells at the Twombly Performance Horse Sale held November 3rd & 4th at the ranch near Scottsbluff, Nebraska. Online/phone bidding available for those who cant attend in person! See online catalog at visit our website www.twomblyhorse.com VIDEO COMING SOON! “Lobo” is a Stallion of a Lifetime! Take a look at this baby doll head and heavy built round body, not to mention that striking dark buckskin color. Stands 14.2 hands. He is a finished reining horse winning nearly $3500 NRHA money. He is a blast to ride and easy to maneuver. Not only is he as broke as they come in the arena but we use and ride him daily on the ranch-he is a dream to ride down the trails. We have used him to move cattle in the hills and the canyons. You would never know he was a stallion by the way he acts. Our youngest grandson, Trell, is 4 years old and can ride him. You could also build a business around Lobo while breeding outside mares and your own mares. He should pay for himself. He has the best pedigree you could ever ask for while being an only son of one of the hottest sires going, Gunnatrashya, and out of a daughter of Nu Chex To Cash. He is a true buckskin stallion and high on the list of horses we have ever sold over the last 25 years. 5 panel N/N. NRHA licensed. Double registered AQHA & APHA. (Sire, Gunnatrashya, LTE $236,000+, 2009 NRHA Open Fut. Champion, 2009 Congress Open Fut. Champion, 2010 NRHA Open Derby Champion, $8 Million Sire. Grandsire, Colonels Smoking Gun, $13 Million Sire. Dam, Chexes Girl, LTE $22,000, 111 AQHA Pts., Finalist NRHA Non-Pro Futurity. Grandsire bottom side, Nu Chex To Cash, $3 Million Sire, NRHA Hall of Fame.)

About Bayard, NE

"Old" Bayard was founded in the 1880s. It was named after the city of Bayard, Iowa. The first post office at Bayard was established in 1888. The town of Bayard was picked up and moved to its present site in 1900 in order to be on the new Union Pacific Railroad line. CCC Camp BR-61, part of the North Platte Project, was located at Bayard.

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