The Facilty at Namgis Quarter Horses
The Namgis Quarter Horses Facility sets in the gently rolling country west of San Antonio, Texas, in Hondo. This is the primary training facility for Namgis roping horses and barrel horses. Namgis breeding operations will also call this facility home as a state-of-the-art lab has been constructed on site. The area is beautiful, and the close proximity to Santa Cruz Ranch, the cattle ranch operated by Spicer Sigman, is ideal. The horse headquarters is home to the Annual Namgis Premier Invitational Tiedown Roping.
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Every stage of training is critical. However, developing young horses sets the stage for their years as a performer and producer. At Namgis Quarter Horses, we place an emphasis on evaluating every colt before it is sold. During this evaluation period, trainers at Namgis Quarter Horses use the young horses during real ranch work. Giving young horses something to do helps them gain confidence in the maneuvers they learn, resulting in a more developed, level-headed mind.
Evaluation gives us a better understanding of the types of horses we are raising. More importantly, it enables us to offer you a better roping horse and/or barrel horse.
Our focus at Namgis Quarter Horses is to develop the next must-have bloodline for producing roping horses and barrel horses. Strict culling policies and progeny evaluation are necessary, but more important is the foundation.
We stand the great Bucks Hancock Dude to in-house mares only. This great stallion is collected and all Namgis Mares are inseminated right here in our lab at Namgis Quarter Horses.
We are very excited with our first foal crops. The research that went into choosing the different outcrosses for our stallion is already producing fruit. This bloodline will be a fantastic performance bloodline - a producing bloodline - the Namgis Bloodline.
Visit Namgis Offspring and Horses For Sale to see the foals being produced by our breeding program. Sign up for the newsletter for updates on the progress of foals and to be notified when they will be offered for sale.