Dazey Duke Hancock aka "Dazey"
|Success in the Absaroka-Beartooth Wilderness
Dazey is a 2008 bay roan filly out of Krogs Bar Beau (Roanie) and Rockin Docs Hickory, a bay stallion. Dazey was born March 30, 2008. This filly has an adorable, petite head
and a great build. Dazey has that "never say die attitude," you can't make her quit, and she wants to be your friend
- just like her full sister, Doc Ruby Hickory (Ruby). Easy to catch, always in your pocket.
She is broke, puts her head down
for haltering or bridling, hobbles, and is good for grooming, trimming, and shots. She is a very friendly filly
and has gotten that nice big butt we like to see in our quarter horses. This girl has no blemishes, and has
great conformation. She's one to take you where you want to go. Dazey is right at 15.0H.
Dazey was used as a pack horse on Wyatt's 2011 Montana Elk hunting trip to the Bob Marshall Wilderness.
They got snowed out in 2 days but all the horses did well, even crossing a narrow wet (snow covered on the way out) rock
ledge that was near vertical going up on one side and more or was more or less a vertical drop on the other. (Wyatt went back
in Oct. and got his bull.)
UPDATE: 9/30/16: Dazey recently got back from being a pack horse in the Absaroka-Beartooth
Wilderness. She did pretty excellent. Hauled in camp, moved camp, hauled out camp, and hauled out almost the entire elk herself.
Had a great time, even with all the rain, sleet, snow and hail!
Click here to see her extended pedigree.