Roy Rogers

July 9, 2010 by Post Team 

Roy RogersRoy Rogers: (Examiner) — Smithsonian Institution: Are you bidding on American equine legend?

Trigger, Roy Rogers famous Palomino stallion, will be auctioned on July 14 – although the famous Golden American Quarter Horse died in 1965 (age 33 horses incredible).

Western riders and stars of the song by Roy Rogers and Dale Evans Rogers had Trigger mounted (in a plaster image of the horse) and placed on the screen, along with Dale Evans Rogers Quarter Horse butter and German shepherd partner the bullet. The animals were part of an exhibit at the Roy Rogers and Dale Evans Museum.

In fact, a fiberglass statue of 24 feet of museum visitors received outside shooting facilities as well.

Originally, the Roy Rogers and Dale Evans Museum in Victorville, California, but the tourist attraction moved to Branson, Missouri in 2003.

After almost 15 years, Roy Rogers and Dale Evans Museum closed its doors in December 2009.

Roy Rogers 1What are the details of the sale of Roy Rogers shot?

Trigger Roy Rogers will be auctioned on Wednesday, July 14 by Christie’s auction house in Rockefeller Plaza in New York. Experts estimate that the mountain of gold can be sold for up to $ 100,000 to $ 200,000.

According to popular tradition cowboy, Roy Rogers paid $ 2,500 for the purchase of fire, born crooner Bing Crosby’s own ranch on July 4, 1934. Standing 15 hands at maturity, Trigger was originally named Golden Cloud.

Several mounted and preserved animals are included in the auction, grouped as The Roy Rogers and Dale Evans Museum’s collection. Bullet (Roy Rogers and Dale Evans Rogers German Shepherd), butter (horse Rogers Dale Evans) and Trigger Jr. (horse of Roy Rogers “) will be offered as well.

Roy Rogers 2Roy Rogers family can earn as much as $ 1.5 million from the sale, which also has belts Roy Rogers‘ cowboy boots, directors chairs, guitars, money clips, horse carts, frames, sunglasses and more.

What aspect Roy Rogers and Trigger in action?

Here’s a video of the 1952 film The Son of Paleface (starring Bob Hope and Jane Russell), in which Roy Rogers sang “A four-legged friend”, while his famous horse Trigger Palomino danced.

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