Circle Bar Ranch
Circle Bar Ranch was established in 1982 by Jerry Bob and Eugenie Daniel. Eugenie is the great-grandaughter of Eugene F. Williams, founder of the Pitchfork Ranch in Guthrie, Texas. Jerry Bob and Eugenie have two children, Colton, 21 and Becky, 18, who help with training horses and are very active the the Texas 4-H Club.
The ranch is located between the North and South Wichita River in Truscott, Texas. With owned and leased land in both Knox and Foard counties, the ranch is primarily a cow/calf operation with wheat pasture and stockers.
Circle Bar horses are bred, selected and developed to carry on the genetics of highly respected ranch horse lines. They prove their genetic ability everyday in all phases of ranch work. Circle Bar Ranch has selected many of their broodmares from the Pitchfork and Four Sixes breeding programs. The ranch currently stands Genuine Six, a sorrel stallion purchased from Four Sixes Ranch in the 1997 Return to the Remuda Sale. He is featured on page 21 of the catalog. The Daniel family's horses join the Pitchfork consignment in presenting dependable ranch horses that will work in most any program and for a variety of uses.
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