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- All ads must include location.
- At Stud: Free text ads
for stallion service is not offered, because that service
is covered by members' free Breeder Directory listings.
- Free text ads should
be brief: 3-4 sentences at most.
- Free text ads may contain
your email address but no photos or website urls. Please
don't include website links, promises of photos, etc...
that is reserved for paying photo ads, which means I have
to edit that out... which means...
- If I am short on time
when I receive a free text ad, and if I have to edit the
free ad, it may have to wait until I have more time to edit
it before it gets posted.
- Let me know if you
need an invoice or a paid receipt for taxes.
- You may run a paid ad
for whatever you expect to sell on this website (well, within
- Email ad to me at firstname.lastname@example.org
ads may include website links, and are charged per photo.
Photo ads for stallions go on the stallion directory page,
and all other photo ads go on the classified ad page.
ads may be larger designed ads with multiple photos, logos,
brands, pedigrees or other elements. You can remit ready-made
display ads or you can send me the elements you want in the
ad and have me design it for you according to your specifications.
Display ads (on classifieds page) fit best at 450 to 500 dpi
Directory Ads are Discontinued for Now.
- All (breeding age) stallions
go on the Stallion Directory page, and for readers' convenience
are listed by location /state (alphabetically).
- Colts not of breeding
age (prospects, youngstock) can go on the classifieds page
- Stallion Directory
ads (most are stallions at stud, or sometimes sires of annual
colt crops) include a photo and a pedigree. Stallions in
sire directory run all year. Late ads placed after the breeding
season (July 1st or later) roll over to include the entire
- Stallions For
Sale ads are included by state among Stallion Service
ads. Stallion sale ads may be ordered as simple photo ad
(1 image) or as a display ad. Same price as display ads
on classifieds page.
- Free Text ads are not
offered for stallion services or breeding operations. A
free listing in the main member Hancock Horse Breeder Directory
already does that. Stallions for sale, for lease, want ads,
stolen, and special situations for stallions do qualify
for free text ads.
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and at the top of the classified ad page. Banner ads can be
purchased for any ranch, stallion, product or service. Ready-made
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submit an ad:
- Include your location
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- Email photo and text of
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to Donna G Vickery, Hancock Horses website, 2290 Bruce McCaleb
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- Free online transactions
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and also on Facebook (FB works great for USA, but not Canada).
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free bonus feature.
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Your satisfaction is our most important goal.
cute little ad was featured in the
Western Livestock Reporter years ago
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that you are running a business
horse is a horse, it ainīt make a difference what color it
is.” John Wayne
FOR SALE: Blue Roan Stallion [SOLD]
AQHA Coal Smooth Cash
is a 14 year old blue roan stud. My boss bought this horse 5
years ago with the intention of breeding some mares. His business
picked up so the mares never got bought. He is tired of looking
at him as a pasture ornament, he would rather have black cows
(go figure). With Blue Valentine, Gooseberry, and Dash for Cash
on his papers, he could still provide someone with some beautiful
well bred babies. If you need any additional information please
call me at (903) 576-4498. Price reduced, boss wants him sold.
Every once in a while, I run
across an ad somewhere on Craigslist or Facebook, that I feel
belongs here. Just for the sake of networking. This older
ad above, was one of those times. Here's what happened next:
October 13, 2012 9:35 PM
"You have this Stallion listed for sale on your Stallion
page. I purchased him from the seller on September 10th of
this year and wanted to let you know you may remove him as
being for sale. I'm not sure how he ended up on your site
for sale as the seller did not list him here but I am glad
you did because that is how I found him. This stud is a special
case. He has been in my family since he was born. My cousin
bred and raised him from birth then sold him as a 9 year old
to our Vet for breeding. This was all before I actually met
my cousin. Our Vet in turn sold him to the man I purchased
him from and he owned him for 5 years but did not breed him.
I found him on your site and was so happy to be able to bring
him back into our family again. He will be a great asset to
our breeding program and will never leave the family again.
Thank you again for posting him on your site!! Best Regards,"
Michelle Yates, AM PM Ranch
Hats off to our readers: THANK YOU for your support !
guys! I've been meaning to tell you, we can pull the ad down
for Claytons Romeo Drift. We sold him thanks to your site,
we had LOTS of calls thanks to this ad. Thanks for providing
this service." Brett Spader DV Auction (Dec 2013)
"When I was deciding to change the bloodlines of my breeding
program, your website was invaluable and key to the switch."
Lisa, Breezy Hill Farm (Nov 2013)
"Rode a horse today that didn't have one ounce of Joe
Hancock blood in him. First one in years that I know of. Guess
we got the cows found and pairs sorted off and still got the
job done. Tomorrow I will take out my 4 year old that goes
back to Joe about 8 times and only has about 12 rides. Betting
I will get as much work done as I did today on this 11 year
old gelding." ~ Neil Whitmer (Oct 2013)
"I really like your website. It makes me not want any
other Quarter Horse out there!" ~ Melony Almind, CA (Jan
"Gotta tell you, still getting more hits from HH than
anywhere else. Keep up the good work, girls." Joel, Promised
Land Ranch (August 2011)
" Donna; My recent conversation with Randy Wright caused
me to think about you and Michelle the last couple of days.
Honest and sincere folks are getting harder to come by in
our sector of the horse world!" ~ John Gist, Wagon Wheel
Ranch, TX (June 2011)
"Holy cow, did I get a TON of response from the ad you
placed for me! I have sold all the mares, including their
fillies and two that were not even listed! I now only have
one mare from this group left... Thanks again! You guys rock!"
Carrie, C Lazy T Performance Horses (Jan 2011)
"Michelle and Donna Grace are both great ladies and have
done more to help preserve and promote the Hancock genetics
than anyone, other than Fred Gist when he was alive. If they
can help, they will go out of their way to assist you; you
have no idea how much they have done for many, many people
and love being able to." Randy, Wright Cattle Co., TX
"Just a couple of things. First of all, the Hancock Horse
website works. Your classified ads work. The horse market
is absolutely dead here in our area. Advertising in our area
(even in the best advertising venues in the whole state),
I wouldn't have hardly been able to give my horses away. But
in response to my ad on Hancock Horses, I got a number of
good solid calls and inquiries from around the country. And
yesterday, I had a guy come pick up a load of horses and pay
me a fair (in light of market conditions) price for them.
All thanks to the ad and your website. Thanks for doing it
and making it available." ~ Todd Macfarlane, UT (Autumn
"Thanks for the contact and WOW has the site grown. I
have to tell you what a good job you guys do and that I get
calls from the site off and on all year long." ~ Leslie,
Merrill Ranch, SD
"I love your Hancocks breeders page, it is a brilliant idea."
~ Rodolfo Valenzuela
"I just wanted to say I really enjoy your website and
all the hard work and info you've put into it. I look at it
daily and have found a couple REALLY good horses because of
it over the past 3 years since i'v found it. Thanks!"
~ Travis Starr, Stillwell, OK
"I want to tell you how much I enjoy this website - I get
on sometimes and spend hours reading! We frequently refer
people to this site to learn about Hancocks. We are the only
folks in our area who own these awesome horses so people always
have a lot of questions about them." ~ Tammy, TN
"Here is the ad I would like to have placed on your website.
I found the site because of the article in America's Horse
magazine and was excited to do so. It is a great resource
for Hancock breeders." ~ Kate
"Thanks for all you and your partner do in making and keeping
this website going. I use it almost everyday and would be
lost without it. Thanks again,"
~ Andy Reed, Coburn Creek Quarter Horses
"...the only place I go to look for Hancocks... no need to
waste time anywhere else."
"HancockHorses.com generates more hits to our site than any
$1200 full page magazine ad." Jennifer, Coyote Ridge Roans
"Thank You !!!!!!!!!!!! ~ Hi Gals, I just wanted to send you
a special THANK YOU for all the work you have done on the
Hancock site. It is a privilege as a breeder to be on such
a wonderful site. Just a thought, have you gals ever thought
of putting all this info into a book? If you ever do, we want
first in line for it! Thank you both sooooo much," Bill &
Cindy Smith L & S Q.H's
that idea has been brought up before, and after much discussion,
we feel that due to the nature & cost of printed material,
a book would be outdated too quickly to make it worth publishing.
"Oh just FYI
I sold a nice high dollar stud colt to
a super fella in Oregon who stumbled upon us through your
site thus the push to advertise with you more
just doesnt know whats working until it comes
to their attention so THANK you for your site!" LM
"Donna, I just purchased a 3 year old, Blue Valentine, Happy
Hancock, Doc Bar gelding, and then I read your story in the
America's Horse Magazine... I just want to thank you and Michelle
for your hard work and dedication to the Hancock bloodline,
and to let you know, your work is appreciated... God Bless
you Both" ~ Sincerely, Brad, Idaho
"Now, here's the good news. I don't know when you put this
[ad] up and modified it, etc. But I had three emails already.
Can you believe it?"
"Thanks for maintaining such a great website. I check it regularly
and am excited to see all of the new people listed every month."
"I'd like to compliment you on your work on the Hancock Horses
website. It is absoulutely great, I have learned a great deal
and really enjoyed the pictures of old horses and the historical
articles." WA State Rep. Joel Kretz, R-Wauconda
"Keep up the good work, people like you are really helping
the Hancock breeding programs."
"I would like to thank you for your website and the hits I
am receiving because of it, and the info it provides."
"I get more (website traffic) coming from hancockhorses.com
than any other"
"I am just enthralled with the site -- it is an all-encompassing
site for Hancocks and SO WELL DONE! Hancock and Blue Valentine
breeders everywhere owe you a lot for your hard work and dedication
on their behalf. The newsletter and site is SO CLASSY!" ~
"The hancockhorses.com site has been good for a lot of people."
"WOW! What great information you have on there. This is become
THE Hancock website -- choc full of information; I love all
the stories about different get of JH (Joe Hancock)."
"You two are doing a superb job!!"
"Thanks for all you have done with the Hancock Pages. We have
gotten a lot of inquiries from there."
Honor System & Case by Case Approach. This website is
a family style project, and we do everything here with a personal
touch. Michelle & I (Donna Grace) are the sole owners
of this website and I am the sole weblackey of this site.
We answer to no one other than you, our members, when it comes
to our policies and how we administer them. We
have a strong sense of fair play solidly in place, and we
promise to always try to give more to our members than we
ask in return. In order to do that effectively, as resident
weblackey, I reserve the right to administer our policies
here on our website, on a case by case basis. In certain situations,
I may handle one case differently from another case. If I
did not reserve the right to do that, I might succumb to a
situation where those taking unlimited advantage of our generous
policies would force me to change and restrict our policies
for all those of you who happily enjoy, honor & benefit
from, their underlying intent. So. Michelle and I will continue
to administer our policies as we see fit, and to accept, edit,
and/or refuse any ads or submissions. This is our way of honoring
& appreciating our fantastic membership, and still keeping
HancockHorses.com enjoyable & rewarding for everybody
involved. All questions, accusations, complaints, whining,
kudos, and other commentary are cheerfully accepted by emailing
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