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Appaloosa Stallion at Stud in Roundup, MT
Toolman, standing at Fattig Creek Horses, is the own son of Hall of Fame & Gold Medallion Sire, Sir Wrangler, the leading living sire of Youth and Non - pro horses (www. sirwrangler. com) and goes back to Prince Plaudit and AQHA Hall of Fame Sires Joe Hancock, Three Bars, and Clabber. Toolman's get consistently inherit the mild Wrangler disposition. In 2003 Toolman sired the Montana State Futurity and Halter Stallions winner. All mares are hand bred. Fattig Creek Horses has the facilities to breed wet mares without risk to the foal. Several of Toolmans foals are currently for sale. For more information visit our website: http: / / www. midrivers. com / ~roth /
About Roundup, MT
Roundup served as a place for cattlemen to "round up" their cattle along the Musselshell River. It was the trailhead in the Great Montana Centennial Cattle Drive and now drives happen annually. The area has coal mines, which combined with the agriculture, maintained the economy of the town. The Musselshell Valley Historical Museum captures the coal history as well as fossils and Indian artifacts. From Hell to Breakfast in Old Montana, by Leland Blanchard, tells the story of pioneers who lived and worked in Roundup in the early 1900s.