The stuffed remains of Roy Rogers' trusty horse Trigger are heading for the auction block next week in New York City, less than a year after the museum he was exhibited in shut its doors.

Christie's in Manhattan hopes to rake in between $100,000 to $200,000 for the famous horse, a golden palomino that Rogers had preserved with taxidermy after his death in 1965. The auction runs July 14-15.

Trigger had been kept at the Roy Rogers Museum in Branson, Missouri, until it shut down in late 2009. The beloved horse was ridden by Rogers in several of his Western films as well as the cowboy icon's 1950s television series, which co-starred his wife, Dale Evans.

Evans' own famous horse, Buttermilk, will also be up for auction and is estimated to sell for around $30,000. If that wasn't enough, bidders will also be able to purchase Trigger Jr., also $30,000, and the 'Happy Trails' star's dog Bullet, expected to take in $15,000.