Born 5-9-12. ‘Trip’ is the 4th of full siblings. She is bay with two rear white pasterns, a star, slight strip and small snip. She is a granddaughter of Paddys Irish Whiskey by TRR Paddys Texas Gin aka Tex. Her dam is Miss Jacks Wrangler. Take a good look at Trip’s pedigree. You cannot ask for a better performance-speed combination. Peppy San Badger, Doc’s Starlight, Doc Bar, Tanquery Gin, Doc O’ Lena, Poco Tivio on top and Two Eyed Jack, Rocket Wrangler, Bugs Alive in 75 and Triple Jill by Triple Chick on the bottom. Wow!! Those names speak for themselves. Trip is just like her siblings--put together very nicely—her dam is one of our best producers. Her 2008 stallion, Peponita Bugseyed JW, went to Kansas as a stud prospect; 2009 filly, Paddys Gin Rocket JW aka Roxy and 2010 filly, Paddys Gin Alive JW, are both in Tennessee as roping and show prospects. Roxy broke out very nicely and Alli has been shown in American Ranch Horse Association (ARHA) shows where she was reserve champion at yearling halter. Trip's 2011 full brother, Paddys Gin Jango JW has been sold here in ND. The Paddys Irish Whiskey horses are making a name for themselves in everything from cutting to cowhorse events to roping horses and are very versatile. With that wonderful speed-cowhorse pedigree, Trip, can go for any event or direction. HERDA N/N.
UPDATE 10-11-12. Take a good luck! This pairing has consistently produced top foals for us. She will be a powerhouse. In addition to her femininity, she's developing a look very much like her sire, but she will have more speed. There is no doubt that she will be able to catch a cow and she could be a top cowhorse prospect. Trip will be making the journey to Tennessee after weaning to join her two older full sisters. Thanks to Jesse and Liz!
2012 PRICING INCLUDES: Value for negative coggins (test costs + 140 mile round trip to vet for testing); health; brand inspection; initial and booster vaccinations of EWT-Flu-Rhino; 1 bag of our Woroniecki All Around pelleted feed; halter/lead rope; paid AQHA transfer. North Dakota, repeat and multiple horse buyers will be less.