Romans Royal TEE
3 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Quarter Horse Stallion at Stud in Kilgore, TX
We are proud to have the opportunity to own Romans Royal Tee, an outstanding American Quarter Horse Foundation bred stallion and son of AQHA Champion How D Roman. Romans Royal Tee is siring some of the fanciest gray (other colors too) performance horses in the country, with the ability to do what ever is asked, whether it is roping, western pleasure or standing at halter. @
About Kilgore, TX
Kilgore was founded in 1872 when the International–Great Northern Railroad completed the initial phase of rail line between Palestine and Longview. The rail company chose to bypass New Danville, a small community about 10 miles (16 km) southeast of Longview, in lieu of a new townsite platted on 174 acres (0.70 km 2) sold to the railroad by Constantine Buckley Kilgore, the town's namesake. That way the railroad gained the profits from sale and development of these lands. The new town received a post office in 1873 and, with a station and transportation for getting commodity crops to market, soon began to draw residents and businesses away from New Danville. By 1885, the population had reached 250, and the community had two cotton gins, a church, and its own school.