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Truly Royal Gold
Quarter Horse
4 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Reg Number
15.1 hh
Foal Date
March, 2001
United States
Ad Status

Quarter Horse Stallion for Sale in Howe, TX

I'm offering my beloved AQHA Stallion for sale to a good home only. 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 solid 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 and he could handle any ranchwork we needed him to do. He still looks and acts like he's 10 and is 100% sound; you'd never know he's a 2001 model. He will pass on his great personality and solid bone to his b
... more»abies and they will get their confirmation from the mare. He has mostly pasture bred mares and has been hand bred if needed. My situation has changed, however, and he's mostly been hanging out in the pasture for the last few years. I'm only selling him if I can find a home where he'll be valued, utilized, and well taken care of. To see a slideshow of some of his pics, copy and paste the following link into a new tab in your browser, I have lots of videos of my stallion roping and being rode around that I can email to serious interested buyers. To see a few of these videos, copy and paste the following links into a new tab in your browser,,,,, Please call 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.

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