Running M Performance Horses Markley Cattle Company - The Running M is currently located in Southeast Texas as well as Indiana, where we run over one hundred head of Black Angus and twenty-five horses. Our program starts with two stallions, Streakin Shawnee Yuma and JD Streakin Drifter Both stallions have great dispositions and are easy to handle. Our most recent adventure was at the Joe Beaver Superstar Shootout. Both stallions did flag work with over 420 riders around them.
Woolfe on Seabiscuit. At Santa Anita Park on January 3, 1946, Woolf fell from his horse as he rounded the clubhouse turn. Suffering from a concussion, he died the following day. Most observers think his diabetic condition may have resulted in his suffering a dizzy spell or fainting, causing the fall. Woolf was buried at the Forest Lawn Memorial Park Cemetery in Glendale, California. Western singing star Gene Autry sang at his funeral service
“See that doggie colt out there,” Walter Hancock told his son. “I’m tired of looking at him. Figure out some way to load him up and take him away from here.” Read the incredible story of Joe Hancock, AQHA Hall of Fame horse: http://americashorsedaily.com/the-story-of-joe-hancock/
This is White Vessel, a registered white Thoroughbred from Japan! There was a spate of dominant white or sabino Thoroughbreds racing in Japan. The causative mutation for this family of white Thoroughbreds remains to be discovered. They exhibit white or almost white hoofs and sometimes a glasss (blue) eye and W2 or W5 expressed genes. Read more about registered white Thoroughbreds here: http://pedigreecurmudgeon.blogspot.ca/2009/12/white-wonder.html