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Truly Royal Gold
3 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Quarter Horse Stallion for Sale in Howe, TX
These two are 2 for 2 throwing Buckskin Babies!! I'm offering my AQHA Stallion and mare to be sold as a pair due to the fact that together they are 2 for 2 on giving us beautiful buckskin babies. My situation is changing and I am hoping to find these two sweethearts a good home. I have raised my stallion, Truly Royal Gold, aka Red, from the time he was born. I owned his mother and she was a great barrel and team penning horse. His dad was a promising reining futurity prospect until an injury sidelined him and he became a roping horse. Red is an absolute lover and has been a great stud to handle. I can lay him down on command, he was used as a lesson horse for kids, and trained to rope heads or heels and knows the barrel pattern. We could also crack a bullwhip while riding him no problem.
... more»He still looks and acts like he's 10 and is completely sound; you'd never guess he's a 2001 model. He will pass on his great personality and solid bone to his babies and they will get their confirmation from the mare. He has mostly pasture bred mares and was hand bred if needed. I've included some links below to some videos. The beautiful mare we call Star is registered as RD Handmaid Hancock, a 7 yo blue roan/ gruella foundation-bred mare. She has thrown 2 beautiful buckskin babies by Truly Royal Gold. She is a great mom with lots of potential to do more. She's easy to handle, stands good for the farrier, loads in the trailer, and has had some ground work done but has not been broke yet. She is mostly Hancock bred and goes back to Blue Valentine. I've attached pictures of both horses along with a few pics of babies, and pictures of their papers. To see some more pictures, copy and paste the following link into a new tab in your browser, https://youtu.be/dou_vY34l5I. I have two of his babies on the premises including Star's last buckskin filly and she is just as sweet and easy to work with as her dad and older brother. If you like buckskins, this would be a great pair to add to your barn. To see some videos of my stallion riding and roping as recent as 2016, copy and paste the following links into a new tab in your browser, https://youtu.be/puFmNEJxQR4, https://youtu.be/LV2cYZE30iY, https://youtu.be/-CxR_zfDd8A, https://youtu.be/FKCZbc2RW_o, https://youtu.be/YkA_E0xBVx4. I have more videos of my stallion roping and being rode around that I can email to serious interested buyers. The taller blue roan in a couple of the pics is another one of his babies from a gray mare. I hate to let these two go, but would be happy to see them get a good home. I would be willing to sell them individually if needed. Please call at first if interested. (903) 820-1665.
About Howe, TX
The first settlers in the area arrived around the time of the Texas Revolution in 1836. In 1843, it is said, the last Indian battle in Grayson County was fought in the area. The first settlers of Howe were Jabez and Harriet Haning, and Jabez's brother John. They received land through the Peters colony after their arrival from Pennsylvania before 1850. The Houston and Texas Central Railway built through the area in 1873, and a railroad switch was located in the community.