2003 Sorrel Stallion

(Play Red x Marsala Dulce, by CJ Sugar)

MARSALA RED is an ninth-generation descendant of OLD SORREL, King Ranch's foundation sire and one of the foundation sires of the quarter horse breed. MARSALA RED was born, bred, and broke on King Ranch. MARSALA is built more like a foundation bred horse. He serves to add bone and muscle to outside mares that have had a lot of the classic build and structure bred out of them. MARSALA is stout, big boned, and was easy to train. He passed on all of these qualities to his foals.”

A son of PLAY RED (Freckles Playboy - Miss Little Dry, by Peppy San Badger LTE $136,088; PE: $334,380). PLAY RED is King Ranch breeding on top and on bottom, siring all-around performance horses, and so is his son MARSALA RED.

MARSALA is out of MARSALA DULCE (CJ Sugar - Little Marsala, by Peppy San Badger). MARSALA DULCE was a stout, top producing mare and we bred her to many outside stallions looking to produce a ranch sire like MARSALA RED.


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Every horse on King Ranch is a descendant of OLD SORREL, the foundation sire of King Ranch, and one of the foundation sires of the American Quarter Horse breed. Every horse on the ranch descends from PEPPY SAN BADGER or MR. SAN PEPPY on the top or bottom side.










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