Sue & Randy Magers Welcome you to....
Running M Quarter Horses
Randy & Sue Albin Magers have a 'royal history' in the performing Quarter Horse industry
and they are continuing to raise Quarter Horse Champions in that tradition even today!
Randy Magers, Champion Bull Rider, grew up in Fort Worth, Texas with a well known cutting horse legend by the name of Poco Tivio. Randy's dad, Cliff Magers, purchased Poco Tivio in September 1950 from the Waggoner Ranch for $5,000, the highest ever paid for a cutting horse in that time. Poco Tivio was pure 'cow horse'. He was the first foal by Poco Bueno and continued to show his talents for many years. In September 1952, the association announced the names of its first AQHA Champions. Poco Tivio's name headed that list with a total of eight halter points and 16 points in cutting at that time. His accomplishments included:
Top Ten World Show
ROM Performance -19.0
NCHA money-earner - LTE: $11,188.39
NCHA Top Ten 1951 and 1952
Halter Point Earner - 12.0
Cow Horse Hall of Fame
And his legacy continues today......
Poco Tivio was inducted into the AQHA Hall of Fame in March of 2013. Royal King had been inducted to the same in 1997. You can see
the videos and articles on both on our Hall of Fame page!
Randy & Sue Magers accepting AQHA Hall of Fame Award
Sue Mager's dad, Earl Albin purchased a 17 month old son of King P-234 in 1944 for $250. That young stallion, now known in the cutting industry as the great legendary Royal King, lived the remaining 26 years of his life on the the Albin Ranch in Comanche, Texas. He won his first cutting show in 1949 and continued winning & qualifying in the Top 10 cutting horses. He had NCHA earnings of $24,003. Royal King began his breeding career as a 2 year old and began an incredible bloodline that continues to perform at top levels in today's cutting horse champions altering the course of the cutting horse evolution.He sired many winners & champions especially through the maternal side such as:
World Champion Offspring
Reserve World Champion Offspring
Top Ten World Show Offspring
Superior Performance Offspring
AQHA High Point Performance Offspring
ROM Performance Offspring
Halter Point Earners
Although the Royal King bloodline is more associated with the Cutting Industry, you can also find champions in Working Cowhorse, Reining & Snaffle Bit arenas. Royal King was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 1997 and was honored with an AQHA historical marker in historic downtown Comanche, Texas in 2011.
Today, Randy & Sue continue with the Royal King Legacy and bloodlines through the Stallion
offering services to the public - Royal Boonsmal.
He is sired by Peptoboonsmal (Royal King lineage) and out of Lynx Bar Legacy (LTE - $41,958. NCHA Non-Pro Futurity finalist, NCHA Non-Pro Derby finalist, NCHA Non-Pro Classic finalist, Bonanza 5-Yr Old Non-Pro
finalist, NCHA $5,000 Non-Pro Classic Reserve Champion & Big Country Non-Pro Maturity Reserve Champion) who was out of a daughter of Royal King.
Noted historian, Nelson C. Nye wrote, "It is blood that produces performance. That is why I believe in pedigree."
This is also why the Magers' believe in Royal Boonsmal. He has the pedigree to produce the kind of horse to suit your interest, whether it be cutting, reining, snaffle bit or roping.
Sue & Randy Magers
Running M Quarter Horses
Phone: 325-356-2619 or 325-330-3700
(We prefer you try to contact us by phone as it may be a few days before we can answer emails)
Para nuestros amigos que hablan español, pueden ponerse en contacto con......
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