ySold: 6/24/2011 Monty and Pat Roberts 2010 Sierra King Tut a black gelding. He's big, & should be a super gelding. There is reining and cutting in the pedigree on both sides.
NU Hollywood King is his sire. With his foundation breeding, of King P234, Hollywood Gold, Leo, NU Bar. Hollywood Bill was a Superior cutting horse, sired by Hollywood Gold. Hollywood at Dawn, was a ranch cutting horse, but the few times he was entered in an NCHA cutting he did win a little money. So he would've been good enough to compete if his owner had wanted to. NU Bar Twist was an IBHA Honor roll working cowhorse. NU Bar placed in the Top Ten, 2 different years at the NCHA World Championship cutting. Queen Dawn won 11 points in halter.
We have owned the horses on the Dam's side of the pedigree 3 generations back! Skipette Holly was a grand old mare, born in 1977, she had at least 22 foals for us. And they were all good ones! I wish we had a dozen mares like her. She was a granddaughter of Hollywood Gold.
Sierra G Son was a big (15-3) muscular Quarter horse Stallion, with a gorgeous head. He had good bone and feet. His sire, Sierra Mount was an AQHA Champion. For years, at the Pat Ranch Production Sale in Idaho Falls, Id, every year, the ranchers would come to town and buy a Sierra G Son gelding because they made such good ranch horses. There were many repeat buyers,so we knew they liked them. They used them for everything that needed done on a ranch, roping and doctoring cattle, Fall Round-Up, their kids won with them at the 4-H fair, they were good all around horses. Jackie Hillman always said, "Tough enough for your everyday working horse on the ranch, pretty enough for your Sunday horse!"
Snipper Music, a grullo roan performance horse, he won Snaffle Bit Futurities, reinings, cuttings, and after we bought him Rockey won his share of team pennings riding Snipper Music. Snipper Music was Rockey's favorite horse of all time. When we crossed Snipper Music on a Sierra G Son daughter, that was a really good nic. Sequins Blue Ribbon was one of the results of that mating, and I just couldn't part with her. She is the dam, of this 2010 black stallion and he's going to be a fantastic horse.
Just look at the hip on this colt. What a power house he's going to Be! All he needs is training, and I'd bet there won't be a thing he can't do. He has all of the good horses in his background that started our herd.