Dewey is 83% NFQHA (F0032136). She is solid bay with only a few white forehead hairs. We purchased Dewey from Grantier Quarter Horses as a weanling a year after purchasing her full sister, Mujer Lucy Skip JW. Both mares are almost identical in their femininity and appearance except for the difference in color. As noted on the other young Grantier mares that we have purchased, we chose them for their mare lines which are very closely related to a set of very proven saddle horses that we use here on the ranch and you can read about them on our horse history page. You can read more about Dewey’s sire on our main mares page. She and the others are truly bred to be using ranch horses and will produce foals that can go down almost any avenue. Mujer Tacky Jay puts a fair bit of speed into them with Jet Deck. Dewey was a kind, fast learner and did very well when she was started under saddle in early 2010. This picture of her was taken her 2-year-old summer. It is not the best picture, but it does show her clean neck, nice withers, slope to her shoulder and hip. We will add pictures as we get them taken. Dewey's first foal is a 2012 dark bay stud colt, Dewey Dial Reed JW by JK Jay Reed. Dewey was not bred for 2013. She was pasture exposed to JK Jay Reed again for 2014 and had a bay filly, Dewey Reno Reed JW. She was exposed to him again and had a bay stallion with absolutely no white on him, Dewey Ernie Reed JW. We are switching her up and exposing her to Walter O Rielly for a 2016 foal. She had a stout buckskin filly, Caballero Drift JW. We exposed her to 'Radar' again for a 2017 foal and she had a buckskin stallion, Mufasa Drift JW. She is exposed to Radar again for a 2018 foal and had a buckskin stallion, Mozambique Drift JW. We switched gears with her and she is exposed to our newest Paddys addition to the breeding program, Top Gun Whiskey.
Genetic 5 Panel Results