We breed AQHA Hall of Fame line bred Two Eyed Jack and Docs Lynx horses. People friendly, easy to look at cow bred horses that you can do anything with and look good doing it! This is also your chance to buy one for $400. to $1,000. on most of these hard to find young horses. Our colt crop this year is the smallest in over 20 years due to the sale of one of our brood mare bands. We only have 1 set of mares left! We have 14 weanlings for you to pick through, all out of our red roan quadruple bred Two Eyed Jack horse and his linebred Docs Lynx mares. Most of these babies are roans, palominos, grays or one buckskin. We also have 1 yearling filly and 7 yearling stud colts. 5 of which are palomino, 1 gray, and 2 sorrel. We are offering our last set of 17 pregnant broodmares, all palomino, buckskin, gray, dun, and 1 bay mare, 11 years and younger and the red roan stallion they are bred to for $1,250. each, you take them all, or you pick at higher prices. We just sold one mare and colt for $2,500. A quality, cowboy bred color making machine for less than a good used diesel pick-up! You can instantly have something most people dream of for cheap! Hope to see you soon! Please call with any questions, 254-385-6487. NEWS FLASH! DD Lock N Load Lynx was 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 one of this filly's siblings at the ranch! Go to Melisa's facebook page and Lucky Rowell 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 and Docs Lynx.
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. Ten years ago the Quarter Horse Journal was 1 to 2.5 inches thick every month, now it is 1 quarter to a half inch thick, maybe! In a recent one day horse sale at Clovis, New Mexico, there were only 250 head were there, 25 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 old and up cost $5,000.-$10,000. and the really fancy ones cost from there on up to $50,000., cause THERE AIN'T ANY!
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