Guys Gold Coin

Dr. Ron Ford, aka “Doc”, came to Lemmon, SD in 1967 after completing his enlistment in the Air Force and started Lemmon Veterinary Clinic in 1968. In 1970, he established Ford Ranch where he, and his wife, Charolette, started buying roan and gray fillies; developing a band of mares that has consisted of anywhere from one to 40 at any given time since. 

Guys Gold Coin is a paternal brother to SX Frenchmans Vanila. As a Son of FRENCHMANS GUY and QUEENS COIN (si 94),Dam of Sissy's Little Coin, he brings speed, intelligence, great movement and all around performance ability to his colts.

Sire Notes:
Leading Barrel Futurity Sire, Progeny earnings in excess of $10 Million, Sire of 88 performing foals including the Nation's first triple crown barrel horse 'SX Frenchmans Vanila' with futurity, derby and rodeo earnings in excess of $220,000!

Dam Notes:
Queens Coin is herself a AAA race mare, si 94, and has produced AAA offspring including leading All-Time Barrel Futurity Money earner 'Sissy's Little Coin' earner of $250,000+, and 'Queens Streakin Coin' SI 105, multiple stakes winner of $92,000+

One of Guys Gold Coin Offspring! 

One of Guys Gold Coin Offspring! 

Guys Gold Coin has been proven to be very gentle and a people person horse.  He loves attention. The Ford's friend and trainer, Chuck Christman, broke him to ride. He was gentle, kind and took his leads naturally. The Ford's trained him to the phantom at two and have been breeding him AI since then. When he was three we knew he would be gone his 4 year old year to barrel race. Guys Gold Coin ran successfully his futurity year (ridden by Hallie Melvin). He is a Futurity Champion, winning the Dash and Dance Futurity in 2010, a top 10 finalist many times, and a multiple 1D winner in several large open barrel races.

LFG, Shipped Semen Available, 1st shipment free

2017 Fee $1000

 

Ford Ranch is located 1-3/4 miles south of Lemmon, SD on Hwy 73. 

RON & CHAROLETTE FORD
10274 SD Highway 73
Lemmon, SD 57638
605-374-5200 or 605-374-5797

cford@sdplains.com


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