Born 5-19-20. ‘Nac’ is dun stallion with a white rear left ankle. 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
Please read about the dam, Baby Ruth, and you will see why she is important to our family. Nac will not be able to be registered with AQHA, but his background is all quarter horse and fairly high percentage foundation. Baby Ruth is an athlete and this colt should be too with a proven background and not a thing wrong with him other than the lack of AQHA papers. You don’t ride the papers and if papers don’t matter to you, he should easily have a future as a riding athlete. Nac’s bloodlines are accurate even without the papers to prove it. This is the perfect chance to get a foundation bred foal with cow, looks and history at a much-discounted price. He is the TWELFTH of full siblings. His 2009 dun full sister, Taz, went to Tennessee where she is now registered with IBHA and has stood 3rd in the world for American Ranch Horse Association (ARHA) for yearling mares and 6th in 2 and under youth mares in 2010. She was started under saddle there and had one foal for them. We had the chance to acquire her back and are ranching on her. Taz is very mellow and wonderful to have back! 2010 dun full brother, Yogi, is in Kentucky, started under saddle and we continue to hear good things about him. 2011 Yoda has been started on a ranch in Nebraska. 2012 Muff is in Tennessee with a repeat buyer purchase. 2013 filly, Shimmy, went to be the family ranch horse in Oklahoma. Baby Ruth’s 2014 filly, Chile, was injured as a weanling and is unfortunately no longer with us. 2015 stallion, Snuffleupagus, was in California and then on to Calgary Canada; 2016 Maverick is now in Michigan with a great family. Her 2017 full sibling, Cricket, was sold to a sweet family near the ND/SD border. 2018 Sibling, Sunkist, went to WY. 2019 full sister, The Matchmaker, went to be with a repeat buyer and her 2017 full sister, Cricket, in MN.
Nac’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. All his siblings have easy going personalities and have been gentle to halter and saddle break. They are all like peas in a pod. If you know one you know them all. This is a VERY CONSISTENT pairing. Hee will mature at 15-2+. His siblings have often been offered towards a 4-H youth. They have all made family horses. He will be a pleasant horse to have around your family! Nac’s sire passed away this winter, making him one of the last foals offered from JK Jay Reed.
2020 PRICING INCLUDES: Halter/lead rope, negative coggins, health, brand inspection, initial and booster vaccinations of EWT-Flu-Rhino, 1 bag of his current feed, AQHA transfer fee paid and halter training. This is a $250+ value included IN the price. Repeat and multiple horse buyers will be less. If you are not already an AQHA member, you may get your own membership, or we will assess you an additional $55 one-year membership fee in order to do the transfer for your new purchase.
Genetic 5 Panel Results