A Red River ranch owned by football legend Terry Bradshaw is back on the market.
The 744-acre spread in southern Oklahoma has been up for sale for more than five years.
A recent purchase of the property overlooking the Red River fell through, and the Bradshaw ranch is back on the market with Dallas-based Icon Global Group.
“Unfortunately, despite a series of contract extensions after repeated assurances and promises from the buyer, as well as his agents and other representatives, the buyer sadly failed to follow through, perform, fund and close the transaction,” Icon Global’s Bernard Uechtritz said in a statement. “So as of today, the entire ranch is back on the market, and it’s now not a matter of if it will sell but to whom.
“The property and facilities are a turnkey-ready proposition for a major equestrian player in the horse business or continued use as a cattle or private recreational ranch,” he said. “The ranch is an hour from Dallas and Fort Worth.”
Bradshaw and his wife, Tammy, are asking $22.5 million for what’s described as a state-of-the-art equine breeding facility, cattle and recreational ranch.
Bradshaw has moved his quarter horse breeding operation to a smaller Texas ranch.
“Tammy and I are both sad to leave this great big ranch and our wonderful home, which has been our idyllic retreat of so many years; however, it is time that we slowed down a little, freeing us up to travel more as well as enjoy new grandchildren, family and other interests,” Bradshaw said in a statement.
Bradshaw has also scheduled an auction next month to sell more than 100 of his horses.
The ranch in Thackerville, Okla., just north of the Texas border includes a large estate home, several stocked fishing lakes and ponds, horse care and livestock infrastructure.
The 8,600-square-foot main house has six bedrooms and a large swimming pool.