Robin United We Stand Robin
The original Joe Hancock! Confusion surrounds the exact foal date for Joe Hancock. By some accounts it was 1923, other say 1925. It doesn't really matter. Those who saw him run claimed that he could run so fast he'd bring tears to the rider's eyes.

Named after his owner on the day of his first race, Joe Hancock began his racing career in Comanche, Oklahoma. Decendants of his owner claim he was never beaten in the quarter mile, and only once in a half mile race. He soon reached the point where he ran out of competition.

A bad infection from a wire cut led to his demise in 1943, but many ropers of today consider Joe Hancock to be the greatest sire of rope horses ever. In 1992 Joe Hancock was inducted into the AQHA Hall of Fame.

Joe Hancock progeny included:
  • 15 Foal Crops
  • 155 Foals Registered
  • 2 Performance Point Earners
  • 23 Performance Points Earned
  • 6 Race Registers of Merit
  • 7 Race Starters
The proud legacy of Joe Hancock continues today in the offspring of Azul Caballo Amigo, many of which are now standing at stud at Robin's Nest Farms!

See for yourself. Compare the photo above with Azul Caballo Amigo!

Featured Horses
Standing at Stud
Azul Caballo Amigojr is Standing at Stud at
Azul Caballo Amigojr
Blue Roan
Quarter Horse Stallion
Almost Kinfolks is Standing at Stud at
Almost Kinfolks
Blue Roan
Quarter Horse Stallion

Rick & Robin Sewing
Robin's Nest Farm
10756 Weld County Road #20
Ft. Lupton, Colorado 80621

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