Spring HORSE SALE-27TH. ANNIVERSARY OPEN HOUSE! Saturday, April 11th., 9:00 AM till 4:00 PM 9miles Southwest of Groesbeck at 2612 FM 147. Come early and take all the time you need to make your selections and visit. Cold drinks, grilled hot dogs and sausage, and all the fixins for lunch. Our horses are priced at $400. and up on sorrel, bay, and browns, most are $700.-$1,000.on colorful horses. We do interest free financing. 30% down and pay the balance in 90 days or less. The horse stays here until fully paid for. Free care for the first 30 days, after that $2. per day. We have 20 yearlings, 1 grullo, 8 grays, 3 red roans, 2 palominos, 3 buckskins, 1 red dun, 1 sorrel, 2 browns, and 1 bay. Only 4 two year olds, 2 are palomino studs, 1 big buckskin stud and 1 red dun filly. Pregnant broodmares for your consideration. NEWS FLASH! DD Lock N Load Lynx is named Reserve Grand Champion Youth Yearling Mare at the 2014 Fort Worth Fat Stock Show. Bred and raised by Tom Lockwood, sold to Melisa Ausherman. You can buy a full brother to this filly or pick from 10 half siblings! Go to Melisa's facebook page and DD Performance Horses For many photos of this beautiful filly and many more of Tom's and Melisa's horses. Congratulations Melisa!
Nothing but the best of linebred AQHA Hall of Fame cowhorse breeding. Linebred Two Eyed Jack, Docs Lynx, and Jackie Bee.
If you ever wanted to get in the horse breeding business now is the time! Horse numbers have decreased every year since the packing plants closed in the USA in 2007. National horse numbers are at the lowest level in 70 years.
These young horses are hard to find because most people have quit breeding all together. In the recent one day horse sale at Clovis, New Mexico, there were 250 head there and only 16 of them were yearlings and they had a whole 6 two year olds. 20 years ago Clovis was a 3 day sale with 1,200 to 1,500 head sold. If you want one, you better buy one of these yearlings because the people that buy them will not be selling them later! The cheap end of do anything ranch horses that are 5 years and up cost $5,000.-$10,000. on the cheap end and the really fancy ones cost from there on up to $50,000., cause THERE AIN'T ANY!
Call Tom with any questions!
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