PEPPY SAN BADGER, foaled in 1974, was a sorrel stallion bred by Joe Kirk Fulton of Lubbock, Texas by the cutting sire Mr San Peppy and out of Sugar Badger, a daughter of Grey Badger III. He was born at Fulton’s ranch and began early basic training there before he became ill with strangles. Upon recovering from the illness, Peppy San Badger was sold to the King Ranch of South Texas in 1977, where he remained a breeding stallion until his death.
teeth age chart - Aging horses' teeth by Galvayne's groove.
3-3-17 We visited the King Ranch, a National Historic Landmark, near Kingsville, TX. Founded in 1853, it is the largest ranch in Texas. These are "retired" horses from the ranch. As a reward for their faithful service they are allowed to live out their days in comfort well cared for. Some live to be as old as 36-38 years.