We Are Pleased to Present Our Foals
We are extremely proud and excited of what we have to
offer to the public. We do have waiting lists so please
contact us on any pairings you are interested in. We
just thought last year was our largest, we are expecting
35 foals in 2019. We completed the 2018 season with 27
foals and some still available for sale. The 2017 foaling
season ended with 22 foals on the ground. We still have
some of those 2017s available for sale as well. The
2016 foaling season concluded with 16 fantastic foals.
2012 to 2016 were great years with a lot of nice foals
put on the ground with a whopping 24 born in 2014. The foals have been selling
quickly as weanlings and yearlings and we have kept back
some awesome prospects for ourselves. We are very happy
with how our breeding program is progressing. A per
testing requirements with AQHA we have done the 5 Panel
Genetic Disease test on all our stallions and have also
done all the mares. We will be updating our website to
disclose that information as it becomes available to us.
Genetic results will be available on all future foals.
We have had
foals since 2009 and are expecting 5 more in 2019 by our
TRR Paddys Texas Gin by Paddys Irish Whiskey and
damsire of Tanquery Gin. They are everything we hoped
for--athletic, nice dispositions, good looking and
included some color--bay roan, palomino and buckskin.
Tex puts a lot of muscles expression on his foals. We
are anxious to hear and see how they do under saddle.
The first 2-3 year olds were started in 2012 and have
done very well. They are pretty mellow and very athletic
and we’ve heard good things about them this spring also.
At least one is being roped off of as a 3 year old. He
has several offspring that making their way into the
barrel racing world and are running in the 2D and
expected to make pro level horses. We just continue to
hear good things. If he continues to produce like this, Tex will
have a nice long future as a sire on our ranch. Please check out
Tex's page for more
information on him and which mares he's bred to. We
retained one daughter being who received her Certificate
of Ability in reined cowhorse and she is also a money
Fanta JW. We are now ranching on Fanta at home.
Whoop Up Whiskey is our second son of Paddys Irish
Whiskey with a different bottom side to include Doc O
Dynamite and Sugar Bars. His first 34 foals (2014
through 2018) are more than meeting our expectations.
They are very stylish, elegant foals that display
extreme agility and trainability. We have been very
pleased during halter breaking the first sets and we
heard excellent things about the oldest getting started
under saddle as two year olds. So far they have also all
been born as friendly little ones wanting to engage with
people. We have personally kept an own daughter of his,
Whiskey Up Chinks JW, that is home and we are
ranching on her.
Jay Reed aka Pine Cone is our senior stallion. Pine
Cone is 96% Foundation with a solid pedigree and he's a
super nice stallion to handle. His foals are athletes
with good feet, awesome dispositions and they really
have a lot of 'cow'. We don't think you will be
disappointed with a Pine Cone baby. We have retained a
few of his daughters for our program and they are
excellent mamas producing foals for us as well.
In 2012, we purchased a perlino stallion,
Walter O Rielly aka Radar. For those of you who
don't know, Walter O'Rielly is the name of the
character, nicknamed 'Radar', on the hit TV show,
M*A*S*H. Our Radar is a grandson of Ciderwood,
great-grandson of Orphan Drift and Docs Jack Frost with
a great shot of Poco Bueno thrown in there through Poco
Speedy, Poco King Tuck. We have selectively bred some of
our best mares to him starting with 2013 foals. We have
added several replacement fillies to add to our program.
His stud colts continue to make top geldings. We have
started some ourselves so far and are hearing good
things about the others. One of our go to ranch horses
is his 2014 daughter,
San Ella Drift JW. Radar has several proven riding
offspring out in the world prior to our purchase of him.
His first daughter for us,
Sapa Hula Drift JW, had her first foal in 2017 and
has been a great mama!
retained three of our 2008 foals by
Mr Salty Peponita as
replacement broodmares. To date Mr Salty Peponita has
had 10 performers. Please check out his page for more
information. Those mares have all been ridden on the
Peponita Stareyed JW has become a main go-to
horse for us and she has now had her first foal in 2015.
She foaled again in 2018 with a bay stallion from our
newest stallion Jacks Our Bartender.
Peponita Roan Bar JW
had her first foal in 2014 and continues to be an
Peponita Laceyed JW has been used on the ranch as
well as in our broodmare bunch. We have kept a daughter
and granddaughter from her so far.
mare pages will show you ranch, cow, speed and
versatility. We have several mares that are higher
percentage foundation as well as speed bred mares. The
Mr Salty Peponita (100%) and JK Jay Reed (96%) babies
will give you a higher percentage foundation foal
package with the versatility to cut, rein, ranch, ride,
trail, pleasure, take care of the family, run and breed
when they’re done. Even the speed bred colts have a
strong shot of foundation bloodlines. Foundation
research is currently being done on some of the other
mares. Tex should add modern performance and extreme
athleticism to his foals.
We foal mostly
mid-April to mid-May with a few carrying over into June.
We feel that this foaling timeline gives us better
weather, more time and facilities to handle the mares
without the cows interfering as much. The mares milk
better on green grass and often our June foals size up
right along with the April ones. Don’t overlook the
younger foals. In three years that age won’t make a
difference in how well they ride and perform. If age is
a concern for you, give us a call and we can discuss
weaning, our feeding/nutritional program, and foal
development options with you. There is more information
about our feed business, feeding program, and our
Woroniecki Ranch All Around feed on the
Our Program page.
All the foals will have been
gently handled, dewormed twice and will be used to
eating a balanced protein/fiber/mineral/vitamin ration
alongside their mothers before weaning. We will provide
one 50 pound bag of our pelleted Woroniecki Ranch All
Around feed that they are used to eating and additional
bags will be available for purchase. The foals may or
may not be halter broke for in state travel. For out of
state travel they will lead and load, but will not be
recommended to stand tied or travel with ropes or
halters on them in the trailer. If you are not already
an AQHA member, you may get your own membership or we
will assess you an additional $45 one year membership
fee in order to do the transfer for your new purchase.
The papers will come to the new owner directly from
AQHA. We do require a purchase agreement and we will
email you an example purchase agreement upon request.
for looking and please call or email for further