Born 5-3-20. ‘Llano’ is a bay roan filly with a star and no other white markings. We have chosen two themes this year to name our foals, one is using names of Texas cities or towns and the other to continue with western names for only our Whoop foals.
Her dam, Dry Biscuit Mujer JW aka ‘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. Her first foal was with Whoop Up Whiskey in 2014, Whoop Up Cowboy JW who is a bay roan. Her 2017, 2018 and 2019 foals are full siblings to Llano. 2017 Paddys Gin Sarabi JW is in Virginia and from the pictures & videos we have seen she is very nice and tall and well started under saddle; 2018 Paddys Gin Kenya JW went to WY; and 2019 foal, Paddys Gin Su JW, went to AZ with a family member.
Llano’s sire is TRR Paddys Texas Gin aka Tex. This is Tex’s 12th foal crop. He puts very thick and muscular foals on the ground with very nice muscle expression on them as well as a lot of athleticism and as they develop, they have a lot of vigor. The oldest ones have been started under saddle by various buyers and we are hearing good things from all of them. 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—Tanquery Gin, Doc O’Lena, Docs Starlight, Poco Tivio, Peppy San Badger.
Llano is an example of a foal produced when we breed a taller, bigger mare to Tex. She should mature at that 15 hands plus. She will have plenty of ‘cow’ to go any direction whether it be performance horse, rodeo horse, or an all-around ranch horse. She is pretty, feminine and should have an A+ disposition. We will be keeping her for now but do please let us know if you are interested in her.
Genetic 5 Panel Results