Born 5-17-10. Here is a very pretty, feminine and nicely balanced buckskin filly. She almost looks like a deer or a gazelle. She has unique star and both rear white pasterns have dark spots within the white. Our family has a host daughter exchange student from Norway this year. May 17th is "Syttende Mai"—Norwegian Independence day. So it was only fitting to name this little filly ‘Norway’.
We are excited that our Mujer Tacky Jay fillies have entered the broodmare bunch. Mujer Johny Bar JW aka Johny is 81% NFQHA and was purchased from Grantier Quarter Horses as a weanling. Mujer Tacky Jay, now deceased, made a name for himself producing using horses for the family, ranch, arena and youth. Joy Night Jay has all the proven Grantier bloodlines that we know well in many of our proven saddle horses. To Little Johny went back to a lot of greats such as Poco Bueno, Depth Charge, Leo, Chicaro Bill, Chief by Peter McCue and Joe Hancock. We really believe in these well established horse families. Norway’s sire is JK Jay Reed aka Pine Cone, a 96% foundation bred stallion with Poco Pine, Continental King by King P-234, Joe Reed II and Whiskey Bert all on his papers. Pine Cone has King P-234 fairly close up and goes back to him six times. Norway is 88.5% foundation eligible with the NFQHA and will be able to go any direction from trail to ranch horse with plenty of ‘cow’ and stoutness for roping as well. Her lines will also give you you plenty of speed. JK Jay Reed offspring have wonderful dispositions. Check out two other JK Jay Reed riders,, My Kittys Belle JW and Whiskeybertshadow JW. Both dam and sire are HERDA N/N so Norway is also N/N. $1000 (US).
UPDATE 10-8-10. Norway continues to a VERY nice filly in our eyes--feminine and balanced and interested in people. Her color is just a bonus. Norway should be able to to do any activity that you point her toward and will make a top-notch broodmare with her disposition and genetics later on. She is headed to Oklahoma with Paddys Gin Shasta JW where she will get a chance to prove her cowhorse genetics and eventually make her way to a broodmare bunch. Congratulations Peter and good luck with Norway!