Born 4-28-14. ‘Cowboy’ has a star, left front, and two hind white feet. He is the first foal for his dam, Dry Biscuit Mujer JW. ‘Biscuit’ was purchased from Grantier Quarter Horses as a weanling. She is multiple generations of Granter’s breeding program. On her damside, Kingsburys Buck was often referred to as Larry Grantier’s best mare at that time. Maternal grandsire is Mujer Tacky Jay who sired too many ranch, family, 4-H, performance horses to count in his breeding career. The Zans Banjoe lines are also cornerstone in their program. Last but not least is her sire Dry Pages who as a 1995 stallion has also sired more than his share of excellent using horses. We are very proud to have this Dry Pages daughter in our program. You can read more about Biscuit on her page.
Cowboy’s sire is, ‘Whoop’, a 2010 son of Paddys Irish Whiskey and out of a great John Scott mare, My Little Sugar Babe. 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. A key difference between Whoop Up Whiskey and our other PIW son, TRR Paddys Texas Gin, is the dam pedigree. While both dams go back to Doc O Lena, Whoop’s goes to Doc O Dynamite who also stood at the John Scott Ranch. Doc O Dynamite was an Equi-State leading cutting sire from 1999-2005 who produced money earners and according to his performance record, his daughters have produced many money earning foals in AQHA, NCHA, NRHA and NRCHA. Doc O Dynamite has a pedigree that traces back to Three Bars giving a bit more stretch and speed to his offspring and shows up on the pedigree of many arena and speed event horses. Whoop Up Whiskey aka Whoop brings that little more height and length and speed to our program as compared to TRR Paddys Texas Gin. He has excellent bone, athleticism and conformation. His lineage tells us that his offspring will have cow and will be capable of performing at any level.
UPDATE 10-23-16 Cowboy has a ranchy look about him and should mature into a good sized horse with excellent bone. Like all the other Whoop foals, he is very friendly, strong and should be an athlete. He has been in Texas with our good friends, Jamie and Benny. Jamie broke his mama for us a couple years ago. He has been broke out as a 2 year old with 45+ rides on him. He has been used to gather cattle, swung a rope on and tracked some calves in the pen. He has great ground manners, stands tied, loads and stands for farrier. Cowboy should mature to be around 15-15.3 hands and be a thick punchy looking cow horse.He is going to the sandhills of Nebraska to be a work horse.
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2016 PRICING INCLUDES: Negative coggins, UTD on West Nile, Tetnanus, Rabies vaccinations & dewormings. Paid transfer fee as well.