We searched long and hard to find a stallion with the pedigree, conformation, and athletic ability that Yellow Roan of Texas has. It was important to us to find a stallion that could cross on Smart Little Lena and Doc O’Lena and Doc O’Lena bred mares, so we did not want one out of a daughter of those stallions. When Pete first saw Yellow Roan Of Texas, before he was even led out of his stall, Pete called me and said, “I found the one.” I flew out to look at his a short while later and agreed completely, but I had only seen him in person and on video; I had not ridden him yet. We got him home and let him rest overnight. The next morning I saddled him up and lope a few circles and changed leads effortlessly. Cutters are not supposed to do that, but he did. He also loped around with a naturally low headset and great tail set. I was hooked in the first 15 minutes.
He has not disappointed us. He has sired winners in cutting, reined cowhorse, reining, ranch riding, and performance halter. Some of the ones that do not show up on the sire earnings printout are winning in barrel racing, team roping and tie down roping at PRCA and other major events, and team sorting and team penning. With an easy going mind, his offspring can be shown in non-pro events and still have the talent and cow to show in major open events. “Confident”, “smart”, “talented”, “big stopping”, “pretty”, “lots of cow”, and “fancy loping and jogging” all describe Yellow Roan Of Texas and his offspring.Main PagePedigreeMore PhotosOffspring Photos5 Panel Test