Miss Sweet Baron aka Jam is a wonderful addition to our program and we are very excited to introduce her. She is a bay roan mare with a star and two hind half pasterns. In the past we have had some nice older Two Eyed Jack/Pitzer bred mares that have niched really well with our Paddys Irish Whiskey stallions. With those mares aging we spent the fall of 2016 researching and searching for replacement females that we felt would really step in and complement our program and is this mare is totally bred to the hilt in Two Eyed Jack, Red Baron Bell and Pitzer bred lines. We love the Blondy’s Dude on the bottom of her pedigree as well. Jam is broke to ride and is just the sweetest thing in a 14-2 package. We do wish she were a little taller but she is super stout for her size and we just can’t even express how happy we are with her purchase. Jam’s sire is Two ID Sweet Jack who was born in 1994. He himself was an AQHA World Show Qualifier four times and has shown in calf roping, heading and heeling. He is an AQHA Performance Champion has his ROM and has 330.5 points. Sweet Jack is a son of two-time world champion Two ID Bartender making Miss Sweet Baron an own granddaughter. On her bottom side she is a granddaughter of Mr Baron Red.
Link to Two ID Sweet Jack on Tien Quarter Horses website: http://tienquarterhorses.net/stallions/two_id_sweet_jack2.htm
Miss Sweet Baron comes to us bred with an expected April 9, 2017 due date. She is bred to Watch Mr Chic also owned by Tien’s. Follow his link below and really look at his poster and all the areas he has points in. He is quite tall at 15-3 for a son of Smart Chic Olena. Miss Sweet Baron had a beautiful bay filly, Sweet Watch Chic. We have given 'Jam' a year off like we do for all our first time mothers. Stay tuned for who we expose her to in 2018.
Link to Watch Mr Chic on Tien Quarter Horses website: http://tienquarterhorses.net/stallions/WatchMrChic2016.htm
Great thanks to Tien Quarter Horses for the ability to buy and own this mare and for the coutesy of use of photographs, posters and website information.
Genetic 5 Panel Results