My first Oklahoma bred horse did not originate at Diamond Run Farm, he was purchased from one
of my hay customers! Quincy was acquired as a weanling colt in November, of 2003, and made
the trip from Oklahoma to Illinois. In the spring of 2004, he was one of the first two horses
to arrive at the new farm in Oklahoma.
Quincy cut his forearm open on his very first night, so I had to take him back to Illinois to
doctor his wound, after a three day stay at the vet clinic. He returned to Oklahoma in June of
2004. Needless to say, trailering doesn't phase this guy, anymore. He has been started and will be
used as a good trail horse.
Quincy has learned how to keep cool in the Oklahoma heat. He simply walks out in the pond while
getting a drink. Many times, he keeps on standing in the water. The mares don't follow him in,
they just look at him and walk away.