09-16-2012, 10:55 PM
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Watch Joe Jack was a very well known Foundationbred sire of the 70s. He was very well known for siring roping horses and all-around horses. They were really outstanding then but pretty out of date today. The Two Eyed Jack horses are pretty thick skinned and pretty heavy on their front ends, but very rideable.
Bar Caro and Silky Fox were both Colorado horses in the 60s and 70s. I had own sons and daughter of both and took a really nice mare to Silky Fox in 1979. Frank Dickenson owned him in Ellicot, Colo. I sold the resulting filly for a lot of money a couple of years later. They were really nice horses. They would be pretty nice horses even today.
The Bar Caro horses were OK but he was not one of the best Three Bars sons. They were pretty nice cow horses and roping horses.
I don't know anything about the Limestone horses.