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Dallas Marshall

Like any Texan, Dallas has hot blood and won't go down without a fight.

0 · 307 views · located in El Roseta Horse Ranch

a character in “Horses of El Roseta”, as played by St.Valentine


Age: 24
Occupation: Ranch hand
Attitude Towards Horses: He adores them, but more specifically his young mare Venus, whom he has a vulnerable soft spot for

Dallas is rugged and handsome in every aspect of the words, but his hard work hardly ever grants him the luxury of time to shave or stay fresh and clean for very long. His peachy skin is deeply bronzed from countless hours in the Texas sun, and his happy eyes are as green as the Texas hill country. His ears are a bit disproportional: a little on the big side and slightly crooked for his skull. He has a wide, wonderfully fleshy mouth that is always pursed in a contented smile and mashing on a good dip of tobacco from time to time. He's naturally quite tall, standing at about six foot even, and thick with muscle - perhaps too much so. His hands are rough and terribly calloused, and his fingernails are usually rather dirty.


Just as any Texan native, Dallas has boiling blood and a fighter mentality; but he's equal parts Southern gentleman and helpful ranch hand, too. In all actuality, Dallas is quite humble and mostly reserved, sometimes even shy. He puts his duties and the well being of the horses, as well as the ranch owners, at the top of his list of priorities. His gentle demeanor doesn't keep his fiery Texan tongue entirely tamed, however. After learning of the commercial threat placed upon the ranch, he openly broadcasts his contempt toward the Iron Hooves Corporation and Ms. Blakeney herself. He tends to drink a bit heavily at times, his favorite poison being Jack Daniels, and it isn't rare to see him chewing some dip.


The love for his young Sorrel Paint mare, Venus, outshines the love he has for anything else on the planet. She is considered a gift given to him from his late mother, who died five years ago to a long endured battle against leukemia. He spends most of his free time with her and enjoys taking her out for long rides, usually in the early mornings before his duties begin and late after he has completed them. He has a deeply vulnerable soft spot in his heart for this horse, and will protect her with his life if need be.



As a young boy, Dallas had big dreams of becoming a Rodeo star - more specifically, a professional bull rider. He was born and raised in the beautiful Lone Star state and takes immense pride in that fact. He lived his entire childhood and most of his adolescence on his father's small ranch until his mother died of cancer; his Rodeo dreams and his father soon followed, which devastated the ranch and then nineteen year-old Dallas, who was not legally nor financially capable of inheriting it by himself. As if it were a final gift from his mother, a small Sorrel Paint filly (whom he later named Venus) was borne of her own mare sometime later; this was the only thing he could keep of the ranch, and the only thing that he took with him when he went to work at Roseta. It was then that he fell in love with horses, and he has cherished them ever since.

So begins...

Dallas Marshall's Story