This guy has looks, style and temperament all wrapped up in one package. He is one smart cookie, doesnt forget his training and is almost as tall as his daddy is. He is a little bit stand offish due to lack of training but calm once you start to work with him. His mom was shown in 4-H and open shows for 9 years (often placing top APHA mare) before college started and she became a brood mare. His bloodlines include Doc O Lena and Hollywood. Both parents are loud colored Tobiano paints with good builds and stand about 15 hands. He will be one that will get you noticed in the arena and will make a great 4-H horse once he is gelded (We are planning to geld him in April and his price will go up after that). He is developing nicely and would do well at any discipline you want to use him for. He was halter broke this spring and it did not take long for him to catch on but then he has sat all summer in a pasture full of mares and geldings. We caught him up just the other day and it's like he had never sat. He is a smart boy and is more than willing to please. More pictures of this little guy as well as pictures of him dam and sire can be found at www.rosterranch.com, Roster Ranch on Facebook or email for more information. The pictures don't do this handsome man justice and he is developing into one of the nicest colts I have seen in a while.
We will take payments on him.
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Roster Ranch -
The Roster Ranch has been breeding horses for many years, starting first with Quarter Horses in 1997 then adding Paint Horses in 2000 with the birth of our first paint foal who we still own. Our ranch was started on the back of an Impressive HYPP -/- stallion and a stunted Hancock bred mare. Through the years these two horses produced some great foals that became great all around horses with laid back personalities and winning personalities. We have slowly added more bloodlines to our herd which now include Impressive, Hollywood, Bonanza, Doc O' Lena, Hancock, Classy Katchina, Disco Dude and Dr. Fager (famous Thoroughbred stallion). We still have the Stallion that helped to start the ranch but he is now a 17 year old gelding and enjoys lounging all day. We unfortunately lost the Hancock mare and she is very much missed but her bloodlines still live in one of our up and coming brood mares. We no longer have a Quarter Horse stallion so the foals that will be born are going to be out of our 6 year old Hollywood bred stallion named Hollywoods Class Act.