Born 5-16-14. ‘Two Jacks’ is a bay stud colt with no white on his feet and only a small star and snip on his face. Two Jack’s dam is BP Princess Lace aka Angel. She is an 87% NFQHA foundation bred mare that goes three times to Two Eyed Jack, is double bred Sir Relic and Sunrise Gold Bo who was a grandson of Skippers Lad by Skipper W. Angel is very special to us. She has had 15 foals that have all gone on to become excellent family horses. This will be Angel’s last foal as she is declining in health with her old age. She has been one of our top producing mares and we are very proud and sad about retiring her after she raises this foal. We have retained one of her daughters for ourselves, Peponita Laceyed JW aka Geico, as a broodmare/riding horse. Geico was expecting her first foal ever and she had her 2014 filly the very same day as her mother, Angel. We are truly blessed celebrating our version of Mother’s Day around here for this grand ole mare! She will be truly missed and remembered for her sweet disposition and easy going nature.
Two Jack’s sire is JK Jay Reed aka Pine Cone, a 96% foundation bred stallion. The JK Jay Reed horses have a huge amount of ‘cow’. They are very smart, athletic, kind and fast learners. They are the kind of horses that can go any direction from the ranch to trail to show to rodeo. His pedigree speaks for itself and is as foundation bred as they come. Poco Pine, Continental King, Whiskey Bert, Joe Reed II are all on his papers. It is important to note that King P-234 is very close up in his pedigree and he traces to King a total of 6 times!
UPDATE 5-1-17 Two Jacks is 91.5% foundation eligible with the NFQHA and will be able to go any direction from trail to ranch horse to all around family using horse. He has an excellent disposition. We initially retained both Two Jacks and his full brother a year older. The older brother is riding excellently and making his way as a ranch horses. Two Jacks now has 60 days riding this fall/winter and he started very well. He is the youngest and last from his dam and they have ALL made family horses. We will put many more miles on him this summer and fall and at this time we will retain him for ourselves.
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