Leroy is off a ranch out in Wyoming that breeds foundation Joe Hancock quarter horses. His sire is a Blue roan and his mother is black. He is not going to be a tall horse. I am guessing somewhere in between 14 and 15 hands. What he might lack in height he makes up in structure. He will have that typical quarter horse "Bulldog" look. He caries a lot of bone. Don't discount him on his size. I firmly believe once he has matured he will tote a heavy load.... (read more) I don't go by AQHA standards considering they are a year older Jan.1st. I think it causes most people to not look at a horse based on its actual D.O.B. and makes them think they will be to small. When by the time they reach 5 to 7 years, you would never know they where 6+ months younger than the rest. He has lots of winter hair. Someone forgot to tell him he is in not in Wyoming anymore that Florida is much warmer in the winter. :} Once he sheds he will be most handsome. U T D on coggins and shots and worming. Picture #5 is his sire. PLEASE ONLY CALL OR TEXT. No emails please. P.S. For those of you who don't understand Blue Roans their winter hair is black. Once they shed it is the roan coloring.
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