Born 5-18-11. We raised this 2011 mare out of Little Sapa. She is a bay mare with an irregular star. We purchased her dam fall of 2009 knowing she would make a nice match for any of our stallions and hoping for her to produce fillies with a little more speed for us to retain in our program and cross back on the other stallions. Take a good look at the speed pedigree on Mia’s bottom side. According to Circle Dot Horses, Mia Cash Too was a gentle, AAA Stakes Placed Winner with a nice disposition who ran the 3rd fastest qualifying time in the All-American Derby and sired foals that went on the be race horses, barrel horses and arena even horses and had plenty of cow. Little Sapa leaves Dash For Cash on Mia’s papers and also gives her Three Bars and Jet Deck through both Easy Jet and Jet Smooth.
Mia’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. Pine Cone puts a lot of ‘cow’ into his foals. We’ve been riding Pine Cone offspring and are excited to begin introducing some of his daughters to our broodmare bunches.
Mia has one of those great cow/speed pedigrees giving her the potential ability to do almost anything. She was started under saddle in 2013 and did very well. We were pleased with her abilities and were very, very excited to enter her into our broodmare bunch exposed to our Paddys Irish Whiskey stud, Whoop Up Whiskey, producing a bay filly, Whiskey Up Mesa JW. Mia was not exposed for 2016. She was bred to Walter O Rielly for a 2017 foal and had a gorgeous smokey black filly, Sarafina Drift JW that we retained and currently using as one of our saddle horses. She had a buckskin filly, Australia Drift JW in 2018 that went to NV. We AI bred her to PG Gunpowder for a 2020 foal and she had a sorrel filly, Mia Holly Gunpowder, we will be retaining for our program. She was exposed to Walter O Rielly for a 2021 foal and it will be a full sibling to her 2018 and 2019 foals. She had a smoky black filly, Mia Willow Drift JW. She was exposed again to Radar and had a fantastic 2022 palomino stallion, Marlin Drift JW, we are keeping for now. She is exposed back to Radar for a 2023 foal.
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