Here is a grulla stud by Leo Hancock Hayes out of a dgt of Rowdy Blue Man. He is double bred Blue Valentine at about 40%. He has Red Man on his papers. Check out his pedigree at http://www.allbreedpedigree.com/hes+a+dun+valentine
Hes A Dun Valentine by Leo Hancock Hayes, who was the last breeding son of legendary foundation sire, Blue Valentine by RED MAN, out of a granddaughter of LEO!! Dam's sire, RIP RIP is by LEO, out of Sugaree Bars, AAA AQHA Champion and stakes producer by Sugar Bars. 2nd dam also goes to Leo, Zantanon, and Joe Hancock. A great sire with the bone, substance, disposition and ability that all these families are famous for. As with Blue Valentine, most of Leo Hancock Hayes' get have been used as ranch or rodeo horses with no official AQHA record. However, some are making their mark in the show pen. Bar Star Danger, a 2002 bay roan stallion has points in Tie-down and Breakaway Roping. He qualified for the AQHA World show in Junior Tie-down Roping and earned his Register of Merit (ROM) in 2006. Blue Fox Hancock, a blue roan stallion has AQHA points in working cow horse and heeling and earned his AQHA Open Performance ROM in early 2007. A bay roan daughter, Bar Star Sadie and a red roan gelding Pros Velvet Seven, both have points in tie-down roping. Several others have done well in other organized competition such as foundation shows and ranch horse competitions.
I have used Blue as a stud only, never broke to ride. He had epm as a 2 year old is the reason for us not having him broke to ride. He is halter broke and will load in trailer. We are downsizing and I have chosen to keep my palomino stud that is being shown instead. I raise about five babies a year from blue and never have no problem getting them sold. If you look at previously sold horses you will see several of his get that have sold. Plus I have about 5 yearlings on the place now that are for sale also. He has thrown grulla, grulla roans, and dun colors for us. As soon as I can get pictures taken I will be listing his yearlings for sell also and have new foals hitting the ground anytime now.
Feel free to call or text anytime for more info at 580-916-8674. Due to my work location sometimes I do not have good cell service so please keep trying if you don't get ahold of me the first time or send a text.
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