Poco Bueno's influence lives on through some of the most dominant bloodlines in today's Western performance horse. • QHN Archive Photo

From The Archives: Poco Bueno

Poco Bueno was said to be a late bloomer, but eventually forged his place in history through competition and breeding.
Poco Bueno gravesite.

Writer details trip to the gravesite of Poco Bueno

When rancher E. Paul Waggoner died in 1967, he left instructions in his will that directed his heirs on burial arrangements for American Quarter Horse Hall of Famer Poco Bueno. When that time came, in 1969, Waggoner’s estate complied with that request and set “Pokie” at rest in a plot just south of Vernon, Texas, […]