Red Man
son of Joe Hancock - sire of Blue Valentine


Red Man AQHA #1685 roan
Joe Hancock x Burnett Roan Mare

SI 85; perf. points 2; NCHA earnings $20.
1952 ROM Roping; NCHA Hall of Fame Sire

Offspring Record:
Points earned 117.5
Perf ROM's 5
Stakes winners 2;
90+ ROM's 2.
Race ROM's 15
Race earnings $27,198.
Halter point earners
sire of: Blue Valentine

sire of: Booger Red
NCHA earnings $51,323.65
COA, Bronze, Silver;
NCHA Hall of Fame Inductee


photo submitted by Michelle Thompson; QHJ 1953


Red Man, racing
photo taken by Reggie Russell, from Nelson Nyes' Complete Book of the Quarter horse



Red Man taken soon after he had set a new track record.
taken from a 1943 Western Horseman Magazine








Apache Agent, Red Man's fastest son
photos submitted by Lee Jones








Del Haverty steer roping on Mary Jane, a daughter of Red Man.
Photo was taken at the Crooked River Roundup, Prineville Oregon, 1955.
Photo submitted by Mel Asher.


photo of Dun Hancock

Redwood Jake, 1955 roan
Red Man x Brown Beulah by Driftwood


photo submitted by Lee Jones taken from old Quarter Horse Journal


Little Joe the Wrangler P-774

Tio Red
Red Man x Gadget by Driftwood


photo submitted by Lee Jones taken from old Quarter Horse Journal



Cibecue Roan # 99541 1958 roan
Red Man x Miss Linwood
55.5 AQHA perf. points
AQHA Champion Steer Roping
sire of: Roan Prairie


photo submitted by Michelle Thompson



Red Man Jr by Red Man (by JH) out of Little Black Mare,
a daughter of Pancho Villa (full brother to Zantanon).


photo submitted by Lee Jones


John Red #15456 1946 roan
Red Man x Just Sissy
AAAT World Record Holder
3 ROM Arena offspring





John Red

photos submitted by Michelle Thompson



Mr. Juniper Bar 1960 brown gelding
Mr. Bar None x Red Juniper (daughter of Red Man)
SI 100, 1962 World Champion 2 year old gelding
ROM Race, Track record holder


photo submitted by Michelle Thompson




Red Man's most famous son: Blue Valentine







Horse Trailer that Kenny Gunter built for Redman.
Now owned by Joe Dreyfuss of Vail, AZ




"I know all the Haverty's and went to school with all of Dale's kids. This trailer is the ultimate cowboy's homemade trailer. Made with part of a metal tank, the crossovers are sucker rod and the floor I replaced two years ago was three inch plank that came from the railroad which passes through part of the Gunter's ranch"




When Joe was asked if he had ever contacted the AQHA Museum or the Cowboy Hall of Fame, to see if they would like the trailer... this was Joe's reply:
"They don't have that kind of money."




"If you look at the front green window there is a crack. That was put in the trailer while Uncle Buckshot (Buckshot Sorrels) was hauling a steer named Link down to a movie location in Nogales, AZ. Link was owned by Rex Glenn, Buckshot's brother-in-law and Kenny Gunter's roping partner. Buckshot offered to fix it for me, but I was smart enough to appreciate the History of it."  -- Joe Dreyfuss


Photos submitted by Diana Asher, Flying A Ranch, Bend OR
and Joe Dreyfuss, Vail AZ.







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