Larry and I have four children, a number of dogs, one cat, and sheep for the dogs, goats (for what we are not really sure), cattle and horses. It is the horses, however, that are our main focus. We love what we do and have both been involved with horses in one form or fashion our entire lives. Larry has shod horses for the past 25 years, along with team roping and cattle work. My background draws from the world of English riding, which I gave up for a number of years while having children. When I got back into riding the transition to the Quarter Horse was an easy one.
Larry and I decided eight years ago to try our hand at breeding. We liked the mind, heart and conformation of the Hancock and Driftwood bred horses. While we realize the current popularity of colored horses and although we have a number of them ourselves, we are not breeding for color. The main goals of our breeding program are to breed horses that work hard, have correct conformation and good minds. We want to help preserve the Hancock and Driftwood bloodlines as much as possible but it is also not our goal to create high percentage horses.
We believe these horses can take you wherever you want to go whether that is the arena, show ring or the trails. We ride most of our mares their two year old year prior to breeding them at three and if they don't meet our criteria for a riding horse we won't use them as a breeding horse.
We currently use three stallions in our program: Gila McCue Hancock, Lowry Super Star and Wilys Leo Frost. These stallions are outstanding offspring of their own outstanding sires: Hancocks Blue Boy, Lowry Star and Wilywood. We hope to introduce Drifty Doc Hancock in the near future and are keeping select fillies from each stallion as replacements.
We want to thank you for taking the time to look through our site and would love for you to visit us in North East Georgia any time you like to see what we are doing.
Larry, Flo, Rob, Katherine Anne, Irene, and Cody
2477 Arnold Bottoms Rd.
Colbert, GA 30628