2 edition of Fabulous quarter horse: Steel Dust found in the catalog.
Fabulous quarter horse: Steel Dust
|Statement||With illus. by Nick Eggenhofer.|
|LC Classifications||SF355.S76 G3|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||64|
|LC Control Number||58006768|
fabulous quarter horse: steel dust-the true account of the most celebrated texas stallion Duell, Sloan & Pearce New York Hardbound Vg/G Nick Eggenhofer Pc/Dj Buch-Nr. des Händlers WH A Virginia type horse foaled by a Kentucky thoroughbred mare, Steel Dust was brought in as a colt to the Texas Republic by settlers Middleton Perry and Jones Greene. On Ten Mile Creek (near Lancaster, SE of Dallas) at the farm track of Thomas McKee Ellis, father-in-law of his owners, Steel Dust outran all challengers.
The genesis of the ‘steel dust’ prototype is said to trace its roots to the legendary stallion Steel Dust of which little is known, but sufficiently augmented by cowboy lore as to enjoy a prodigious and loyal following in the Quarter Horse world. It is believed that Steel Dust was foaled in and around in Kentucky although Missouri. Both were descendants of Steel Dust, a legendary Texas horse from the middle of the 19th century. Steel Dust is considered one of the primary ancestors of modern quarter horses.
Hutchins. Naturally, once they were in the book, all horses, A, B, And C, became equal. Since the A’s were scarce, the B’s and C’s were interbred and soon far outnumbered the original Steel Dust type. Quotes from Foundation Dams of the American Quarter Horse by Bob Denhardt: Page 8. A group of horsemen discussed the idea of forming an association for Steel Dust and Billy horses in her parents, Miss Anne and husband James G. Hall’s, home in Fort Worth in the early s. The following day, the horsemen formed the American Quarter Horse Association. Anne’s father, Jim Hall, was the Association’s first treasurer.
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Fabulous quarter horse Steel Dust: The true account of the most celebrated Texas stallion Gard, Wayne Published by Lancaster Bicentennial Committee (). Fabulous Quarter Horse: Steel Dust. The True Account of the Most Celebrated Texas Stallion Hardcover – January 1, by Wayne Gard (Author), Nick Eggenhofer (Illustrator)Author: Wayne Gard.
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Vintage True West magazine. Fabulous quarter horse Steel Dust. The most influential sire on the Texas strain of the American quarter horse was the legendary racer Steel Dust. Foaled in Kentucky around and brought to Texas a year later, Steel Dust gained a reputation as a quarter-mile match racer.
The name Steel Dust came to identify an entire breed of horse; they were called “Steeldusts,” the cowboy’s favorite kind. They were heavy-muscled horses, marked with small ears, a big jaw, remarkable intelligence and lightning speed up to a quarter of a mile.
Steel Dust was an American Quarter Horse. Having, been informed by the late Uncle Dick Baker, a noted Quarter-horse breeder of Parker county, and the man who raised the famous "Joe Bailey," that a son of the man who used to own old "Steeldust," was living down in Hood county, Ed Chapman, another owner of Quarter horses, and I decided to go and get some true facts regarding this famous.
Trax qualified for the Steel Dust Horse Association stud book. His sire Jaz Poco Silverado has ROM in reining and is the son of the Legendary Little Steel Dust.
Traxs dam is a daughter of Little Steel Dust and a maternal granddaughter of Continental King. Steel Dust was an American Quarter Horse. He and his kind would achieve fame in proportions every bit as magnificent as that of the mythical Pegasus.
But the story of the Quarter Horse begins long before Texans started tying their ropes hard and fast to the saddle horn. The origins of the breed can be traced to Colonial America.
The text of the marker has been written by ‘Wayne Gard of Dallas, noted historian of the American West and author of Fabulous Quarter Horse: Steel Dust, the true account of the celebrated stallion, which was published in book form in Horse: frenchmans fabulous: To add/edit a horse to the All Breed Pedigree Database, fill out the fields below.
When you add a horse, it may take up to 24 hours for it to show up in the progeny query. If accepted, it should be instantly added to the normal pedigree or hypothetical mating queries. In a revised edition of the Quarter Horse Reference was issued which covers all horses from beginning of A.Q.H.A.
to Jan, 1st Supplements were issued yearly from through (6 books). The set contains all 9 editions. These books are in very good to excellent condition. AQHA Founded in introduced the name "Quarter Horse" to the vocabulary no longer to be referred to as Steel Dust Horses that year and rather then close books, the stud books remained open for the Jockey Club Thoroughbreds to continue being registered with their new association American Quarter Horse Association.5/5(5).
Steel Dust was one of the founding sires of the American Quarter Horse. Very little is verifiable about his history and there is much conjecture and disagreement amongst sources.
Steel Dust was foaled about in Kentucky or possibly : American Quarter Horse. Actually, Gard's handsome little book sifts the story of three horses--Steel Dust, Shiloh, and Sam Bass's fabled Denton Mare.
Steel Dust came to Texas in ; Shiloh followed right behind. Steel Dust raced against horses owned by Texans and Indians. On a quarter track he was virtually unbeatable, even when he reached his teens.
Fabulous quarter horse: Steel Dust; the true account of the most celebrated Texas stallion. Fabulous Quarter Horse: Steel Dust, The True Account of the Most Celebrated Texas Stallion Gard, Wayne Published by Duell, Sloan & Pearce, New York ().
The famed King Ranch in south Texas began to use breeding lines from Steel Dust and Shiloh inwinning many honors at the State Fair of Texas.
From this ranch has come stock for circuses, rodeos, and polo teams. The American Quarter Horse Association was formed in Most likely, you know of a Quarter Horse that is related to the great Peter McCue.
Learn everything there is to know about Peter McCue from his humble beginnings, his race career, where he lived, his owners and much more in AQHA's FREE ebook, The Gospel According to Peter.
In his prime, Peter was 16 hands and 1, pounds.T or F - The name Steel Dust came to identify an entire breed of horse; they were called "Steeldusts," the cowboy's favorite kind. They were heavy-muscled horses, marked with small ears, a big jaw, remarkable intelligence and lightning speed up to a quarter of a mile.
Steel Dust was an American Quarter Horse. He and his kind would achieve fame.