Paddys Texas Gin aka "Tex" is a 2006 son of
We were looking for a stallion with a lot of cow and
versatility and were immediately impressed with
Paddys Irish Whiskey who stands at the
Ranch in Texas.
Paddys Irish Whiskey is a full brother to Grays
Starlight and Gallo del Cielo all out of Docs
Starlight and by Peppy San Badger. Wow! What can we
say about Peppy San Badger “Little Peppy”
revolutionizing the cutting horse industry that
hasn’t already been said.
Paddys Irish Whiskey is a NCHA Money Earner and Multiple Major Aged Event Finalist.
Foals have earned $1,646,454 and 5,302 AQHA points, 36 AQHA World/Res. World Championships including 2-time AQHA World Champion
Versatility Ranch Horse Smart Whiskey Doc. As a broodmare sire, foals have produced earners of more than $2,200,000.
The Q-Data #7 All-Time Leading Ranch Riding Sire. He is listed on a Leading Sire list each year since he was purchased by Paddys Irish Whiskey Syndicate.
As per the 6666’s website, Paddys Irish Whiskey has a proven record of siring both class and
high-end trainability with champions in versatility ranch horse, reined cow horse, cutting, reining,
calf roping, and team roping. His daughters have produced more than $2,200,000 including an
NRHA Open Futurity Champion and multiple AQHA and NRCHA World Champions.
purchased Tex from the
at Paducah, Texas. The Tongue River Ranch is one of
the syndicate owners of Paddys Irish Whiskey. We
cannot say enough good things about the Tongue River
Ranch, their horse program and contribution to good
Since Paddys Irish Whiskey was bred and stood at the
John Scott ranch in Montana, there are several of
his sons in the Montana, North Dakota, South Dakota
areas out of Doc O Dynamite daughters. We are
excited for Tex to bring the
bloodline to the northern plains through his dam’s
pedigree. Tanquery Gin is an Equi-Stat All-Time
Leading Cutting Sire of foals earning over $2.3
million and an Equi-Stat all-time leading cutting
maternal grandsire. According to the 6666s website
his daughters have produced foals earning more than
$2.5 million and 5,336 AQHA points.
|Pictured in breeding condition with the
mares in 2009
Tex was started under saddle as a two year old in
2008 before the breeding season and has been ranch
ridden since then. He shows some cow, some grit and
plenty of athletic flexibility and suppleness. Our
intention is for him to earn his keep as a regular
Tex brings good bone, foot size and substance as
well as his athleticism. He has good black feet and
minimal white with only a partial white rear pastern
and a very small star. Tex brings plenty of “cow”,
moderate size, versatility and his
flexibility athletics to our ranch, cutting and
speed bred mares producing foals that can be
athletes in any direction they go.
We will update with more pictures and
accomplishments as Tex matures. We are excited to
get his offspring out into the public to see what
they can do. Thank you for your interest in this
young stallion. We have several more candid photos
that we are willing to email people interested in
seeing more of him. There are also additional photos
of him on our 'Work and Play' page. You are welcome
to come visit and look at him in person as well. His
first foals were on the ground in 2009. Tex does not
stand to the public.
in 2 photos above as a 2 year old