Bubbles is 91% NFQHA (F0035139). WOW! This is a 2008 mare we raised and she was a big stout baby. Bubbles is still built that way and yet very feminine with a nice wide forehead. She is a darker chestnut with varnished legs, a small star and no other white. Her mane has a pretty blend of gray hairs giving her a unique look. She is so laid back that it is a challenge to get really pretty pictures of her and many of these do not do her justice. Her mother, Charjody, is a gorgeous 84% NFQHA double bred Two Eyed Jack with him still on the papers. She also goes back to Babe Cody by Bill Cody. Her sire is Mr Salty Peponita,(100% FQHA), by Peponita. We always said if this filly grows up to look like her mother, have disposition like the Two Eyed Jacks and perform like the Peponitas, she will be an awesome mare; and that has come true. Bubbles was started very successfully under saddle summer 2010. She was a very calm and steady filly and just super nice to have around. Bubbles was steadily used quite a bit in 2011 and 2012 and now in 2013 has easily become a go to mare for us here on the ranch. She has really grown into herself and knows a cow. Bubbles will get aggressive and get after something, but has plenty of rate to her. She is very laid back, but when she is put to a task, she gets the job done and then relaxes afterward. Bubbles is like the energizer bunny that just keeps going and going and never gets tired. We are super pleased with her and as of right now, we plan to keep using her. The latest pictures are of her the summer of 2013 as a 5 year old. The time has come where we decided to expose Bubbles to our new Paddys Irish Whiskey stallion, Whoop Up Whiskey. We are so pleased with her ability that we are ready to see what her offspring can do. We are extremely excited to expose her to this stallion! Bubbles had a bay stallion, Whiskey Up Cinch JW, and boy are we pleased with this one!! Bubble was bred to Jacks Our Bartender for a 2018 foal and had a sorrel stallion,Germany Bartender JW. She went back to ranching since she is the backbone of our using string.
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