The ranch for Lazy M Horses, is located in Willcox, Arizona, where our horses live and grow, in the near perfect climate, of southern Arizona.
We raise Hancock, Hancock-Driftwood, and Skipper W horses, with a Leo bred homozygous paint and a Dash for Cash running quarter stallion, added to the mix.
Our breeding program is based on the principles that horses must have good conformation, be athletic, be even tempered, and whenever possible, have color. Living on the range, as they do, they learn to adapt to variables of terrain, find various locations for water, socialize with an entire herd, as well as be good in the round pen, out in the open and in an arena.
Our Senior stallion is Red Rooster Hancock. He was bred by the late Walter Lamar, and is an own son of Hancock Duplicate. Rooster is 25% Joe Hancock, and does not go back to Blue Valentine in his pedigree, so he will be a nice cross on many of our Blue Valentine mares.
We have added two Junior stallions into our program, LZM Whipps Jaden and LZM Blue Drifter. Jaden is from the Broken Bones program in Lander Wyoming, and Drifter is from the Monnens Ranch,
in South Dakota. Both of these young stallions have been extremely easy to work with, and are very athletic.
Our next stallion, Sierra Nike QT, is a homozygous, tobiano paint, and goes back to Leo six times. We get a full foal crop from him each year, and are very happy with the results. He crosses very well on our Hancock and Hancock-Driftwood mares. Nick is also very gentle, easy to be around and provides Vicki with a dependable ride. He is 15.1 and weighs 1100 lbs
To oblige the can chasers and match racers, we stand Number One Jaimie, who is a grandson of Dash for Cash, and by, the now deceased, One Slick One, who was bred by the Allreds of Mesa, AZ. His dam was Jaimie Jay, the world champion running mare of 1982. When bred to our stout and strong Hancock mares, he produces some very fast colts and fillies. Jaimie stands 16 hands at the withers, and weighs 1200 lbs.
We encourage folks to visit our ranch in Willcox, Arizona, and always have horses for sale.