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DARK DESERT 45


Registrations

ACHA: 1647
Registered Name
DARK DESERT 45

Gender
Stallion
Color
Black
Foaled
6-1-2016

Sire
AFTER DARK 045
Dam
DESERET 045

Categories
Colt Yearlings For Sale

Price
$3000



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Pedigree
DARK DESERT 45   AFTER DARK 045   HANCOCK ED   HANCOCK JUAN HANCOCK RAYSEN
famous as a ranch horse sire, he earned 19 halter pts, working cowhorse and rope points. Sired ROM performers, NCHA money earnings and lots of top rope horses
sire of PRCA rope horses, very capable horses, good minded JUANA DAY
1963 bay mare by Clabber Juan (a hard-knocking AAAT champion 3 yr old that equaled the track record, and had 76 race starts. He sired rope horses, halter and youth performance pts)
fifteen world class foundation speed horses in his immediate pedigree, all working and rope horses with saddle horse durability, a powerful hard-boned stallion with a lot of ability mentally and physically FIDDLE DRY DRY DIRT
sire of PRCA world champion steer trippin horse, owned by Good brothers in New Mexico
won Columbia River team roping circuit, granddaughter of the great War Chief LUCY FIDDLE
descends from the famous foundation speed sires: Joe Moore, Dee Dee, and Ed Echols
a handsome cowboy ranch horse, good withers, bone, & disposition, no Doc Bar, Poco, Peppy, or Freckles, 4X Hancock, 3X Leo, 5X King, plus Three Bars & Oklahoma Star CALAMITY JANE 045   ROCKET BAR DANCER MITO WISE DANCER
$306,000 si 106, only horse to defeat Dash For Cash twice, won the all-american derby, died young
AAA si 92, Winner of over $30,000 as a rope horse and 4 trailers and 24 saddles, he was incredibly handsome, possibly the only stallion son of Mito Wise Dancer PARAISO ROCKET
dam of 13 starters and 13 winners, only four mares in history ever to do that, her dam (Burk's Gayle) by Leo Tag by Leo, produced Shirlie B Gayle champion aged mare $600.000+
a big strong mare with a good mind, all of her foals have been easy to train LONSUM HANNAH 045 LONSUM TIGER  
NCHA open reserve world champion beating Freckles Playboy and Doc's Oak, grandson of Leo and triple bred King, finalist NCHA open futurity, 4th NCHA derby
grand-daughter of two of Leo's best, both granddams are world class producers JAE BAR JANE
dam of 6 reining money earners, dam of Jae Bar Pac (tough PRCA rope horse)
  DESERET 045   WD ONE   WAR DRIFT WAR CHIEF
by the legend Joe Hancock, considered to be one of the three greatest speed siring sons of the speed horse Joe Hancock, lots of world class rope horses descended from him
probably the most famous grandson of both Joe Hancock and the legendary Driftwood, a famous ranch horse pedigree, full brother to War Concho and Mahala Hancock (both legends among cowboys) BROWN BEULAH
dam of legends (War Drift, War Concho and Mahala Hancock), one of the greatest Driftwood daughters out of one of the greatest daughters of King
grandson of three legends: Joe Hancock, Driftwood and King, an old time ranch sire, sire of winners on the PRCA, USTRCA and NCHA, sire of major teampenning winners and top rope and ranch horses, tremendous traveler RED EIGHTEEN TIO RED
1958, roan, a fancy grandson of Joe Hancock and Driftwood
dam of 5 stallions, also $35,000 sorrel gelding and $50,000 stallion, good disposition, fast SANDHILL 18
the breeder John Scott said that her sire was the greatest cowhorse he ever bred to, full-sister to top producing Haythorn mare, Haythorn Gal 6
this mare is 3X bred War Cheif (who was by Joe Hancock) & 2 of the crosses come through War Drift & the other one through his full brother War Concho NLD MISS KATY CONCHO WAR TRAIN WAR CONCHO
grandson of the legends Joe Hancock and Driftwood, his dam is by Driftwood out of Queen Anne (dam of Miss Safari, reserve champion NCHA futurity) by King, full brother to War Drift and Mahala Hancock
Joe Hancock and Driftwood on his papers, good-natured and fast, he is by War Concho out of a granddaughter of Driftwood Ike, his 2nd dam is by War Drift (full brother to War Concho) IKES BOMBER
 
a favorite mare and producer, dam of the promising young sire Trail Dust 045 BLUE HANCOCK COUNTRY NLD EDDIE HANCOCK
1989, 16 hands, 1400 lbs., a famous ranch horse sire from the Nels DeBruycher ranch of Choteau, Montana
7X to Joe Hancock, great disposition, dam of Black Lamp 045 (a good looking and good riding young stallion) THE COUNTRY BLUES
 




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