The Roy family has a long history of horse breeding and animal husbandry. George Roy owned a Percheron Stallion that he leased out to breed across the state of Nebraska and parts of Wyoming. Truly a connoisseur of the times. Lawrence was Georges son who then started a grade A dairy and was the inspiration for Donald to makes his own mark.
Donald and Dena Roy got married in 1990 and moved to Scotia, Nebraska to start their family. They had three daughters, Mercedes, Shantelle, and Katriona. Mercedes married Travis Hargreaves in 2013 and they have a daughter, Kierra and a son Daryn. Shantelle is currently studying Pre-Veterinary Science at Chadron State College. Katriona is currently double majoring in Agricultural Communications and Advertising at South Dakota State University.
The ranch is located on the outskirts of Scotia and they take great pride in their work. Donald started working in the 90s for Hooker Bros, while Dena worked as a cosmetologist. In 1997 Donald started his own construction business, known as Ironhorse Construction. They also started their own commercial and registered herd of black Angus cattle during this time. As the years progressed they became large pillars in the community serving on the school board, village boards, as well as the fire and rescue squads. In 2012 they started to build their AQHA registered herd of broodmares. This was in memory of Lawrence Roy who had a great love for the equine species. They have many different bloodlines going towards, cutting, reining, and roping. Check out our stock as they go back to Peppy San Badger, Hollywood Heat, Zan Par Bar and Topsail Whiz.
In 2016 Donald and Dena started to get into raising pomskies. Their love for the Husky breed began when they rescued Cisco from a local Humane Society. The passion grew when they purchased Max and started the pomsky program on their ranch in Nebraska. The pomskies bring much happiness to the Roy Family and are guaranteed to bring happiest to your household. Check out our new litter's page for news and litters.