Good Cowboy Margarita’s Oldest Are Now Yearlings

March 8th, 2012 9:07 PM | 1 Comment

One Good Margarita, aka: 'C-1,' is Good Cowboy Margarita's first foal. He was sold at thirty days old to Amanda Ryan of Coochin, Queensland, Australia. Watch for him in Yearling Longe Line at the major futurities with Robin Gollehon.

The buzz is that Good Cowboy Margarita is going to be a GREAT sire!  He made his mark in the show arena winning so many honors that he was voted NSBA Horse of the Year by the top horsemen in the industry.  He’s the only stallion ever to receive that title and only the second horse to ever do it as a three year old!  Now he’s proving himself as a sire!

Cowboy’s second foal crop is arriving and the foals are looking as big and strong as the first.  The oldest are now yearlings and will be hitting the show pen later this year.  Cowboy is stamping them with a big, kind eye…they’re big bodied and are soft, pretty movers out of a variety of mares.

Cowboy’s stud fee will be $1350 for the remainder of the 2012 breeding season and includes the first collection with NO REBREED FEE and a 30 DAY LIVE FOAL GUARANTEE!  Additionally, overnight cooled semen is available to most areas in Canada.

Foals are eligible for:
AQHA Incentive Fund, Kentucky Quarter Horse Breeders Incentive Fund, Kentucky Breeder’s Futurity, NSBA SSA, NSBA Breeders Championship Futurity, Southern Belle, Tom Powers, Michigan and West Virginia Futurities.

For breeding information or to own a Good Cowboy Margarita of your own contact Roger Gollehon, Managing Partner, Good Cowboy Margarita, LLC, 859-494-9491,, Versailles, Kentucky.

One Good Margarita -
Cha Cha Margarita –
Two Yearling fillies by Cowboy –
Good Cowboy Margarita CHANGING LEADS –

One Response to “Good Cowboy Margarita’s Oldest Are Now Yearlings”

  1. Are the two fillies for sale?

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