Born 4-14-13. Wow---two years in a row with dark bay/buckskin fillies that we have color tested. Miss Johny is a BUCKSKIN just like her 2012 sister and will probably shed out quite dark like her sister. She is AA, Ee and NCr with one copy of the cream dilution. Her mother is one of our Mujer Tacky Jay daughters and she is a great mother. 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. Miss Johny’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. Miss Johny 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 plenty of speed. JK Jay Reed offspring have wonderful dispositions. Her 2010 full sister, Miss Norway Reed JW, went to Oklahoma. 2011 Queen Amidala Reed is here with us on the ranch. 2012 Swiss Miss Reed JW is in North Carolina with a repeat buyer who has purchased several horses from us. She is 10.01% King P-234 and goes to him 11 times. Both dam and sire are HERDA N/N so Miss Johny is also N/N. Our plans at this time are to retain her for our program.
Genetic 5 Panel Results
UPDATE 4-16-16 Miss Johny was started as a two year old and did really well. She is going to be a big stout mare once she fills out some more. She was ranched on some in the fall of 2015 and got behind some cows. She has been renamed as 'MJ' and is ready to go to work on the ranch more full time now as a three year old.