Born 5-4-13. We are having a little fun by using a Dance theme for names this year. ‘Tango’ is a brown foal with no white markings that could very well roan out. He is a first foal out of a mare with a slightly different bloodline for us. His dam is Zan Frost N Dash JW aka Blue, a true blue roan mare with no white. Blue was purchased from Grantier Quarter Horses because we’ve based many of our mares on their PROVEN PROGRAM that has produced many VERY PROVEN ranch and family horses. Blue’s sire is Grantier’s outcross stallion who is a grandson of Sun Frost, Caseys Charm who is a million dollar mare, and Miss N Cash by Dash For Cash. Those names speak for themselves as to what Blue brings to the table regarding pedigree. Blue’s bottomside is generations deep in traditional Grantier breeding. Tango’s sire is TRR Paddys Texas Gin aka Tex. This is Tex’s fifth foal crop. He puts very thick and muscular foals on the ground with very nice muscle expression on them as well as a lot of athleticism and as they develop they have a lot of vigor. The oldest ones have been started under saddle by various buyers and we are hearing good things from all of them. The Paddys Irish Whiskey horses are making a name for themselves in everything from cutting to cowhorse events to roping horses and are very versatile—Tanquery Gin, Doc O’Lena, Docs Starlight, Poco Tivio, Peppy San Badger. As a first foal, Tango is a slightly smaller than his pasture mates but he is filling out very nicely and we are very excited about him. He has that perfect speed/cowhorse pedigree and is bred for the ranch and arena. HERDA N/HDR (Please review Tango’s Information).
UPDATE 7-4-14. Tango really came along nicely as a first foal for his mama and we have been very happy with him. He is now in Texas with Chad.
2013 PRICING INCLUDES: $150 value for halter/lead rope, negative coggins (test costs + 140 mile round trip to vet for testing), health, brand inspection, initial and booster vaccinations of EWT-Flu-Rhino, 1 bag of our Woroniecki All Around pelleted feed. North Dakota, repeat and multiple horse buyers will be less.