I bought Sugar from a team roper who was using her for heeling and was told she had been used for the same by the owner before him. Sugar is a double bred Hancock that is very strong and athletic. I was told she was "dead broke" when I bought her, but have come to realize that was not accurate (at least my definition of dead broke). I am a beginner rider and Sugar is too much horse for the casual riding I want to do. I have had her for four months, she is sweet and laid back on the ground, picks up her feet and trailers nicely.... (read more) She neck reins, has big stops, and is strong and fast. She needs a job to do and needs to be worked a lot harder than I am capable of. She did buck me off in April, after owning her for only two months -- she is currently in training with Jim Seago and will continue training with him for at least the rest of June. Jim says she is a nice mare, can be a good prospect for cutting, roping, pulling broncs, pulling bulls, etc., but is not the right horse for me. She needs to be owned by a cowboy or rancher that wants a strong, athletic horse. She also has the breeding to be an excellent broodmare. She had one foal in 2008 - a bay roan gelding registered as Kelsis Hancock. I want her to go to the right owner and have a good career - price is negotiable to right buyer. UTD on coggins, immunizations, worming, and had a complete vet check, including full lameness exam, in April.
Currently she is at the trainer located near Sperry, Oklahoma. Shipping is buyers responsibility.
Pedigree for Marmons Lady Hancock
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