Stallions

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Surefine Whiskey
Son of Paddys Irish Whiskey
out of Doc O Dynamite Mare
Gelded 2014

Son of Dash For Cash AAAT
out of Special Effort Mare AAAT
Deceased September of 2009
Signature Perks
Son of Dash For Perks out of an own daughter of The Signature
SOLD to Harmon Quarter Horses

Effort To The Max
Son of Special Effort out of an own daughter of Dash For Cash
SOLD to Moreau River Quarter Horses
Calculated SI 99
Son of Cowboys Rodeo (SI 103) out of an own daughter of Check The Charts (Beduino)
Breeding Fee:  $750
Bro Dun Did It
Son of Bro Pete (Master Boot Jac).  We raised this stallion and have ridden him since he was two.
Breeding Fee:  $750


 We purchased "Whiskey" from Broken Link Ranches out of Ponoka, AB, Canada in September of 2003 as a two year old.  At maturity, he stands at 15 hands.  This stud is powerhouse.  He has a nice hip with a rippin' big motor.    His disposition is excellent.  

His sire, Paddys Irish Whiskey, only started standing to outside mares in 2001 and his present stud fee is $4,100.  Surefine Whiskey was born to a Doc O Dynamite mare that was purchased from the John Scott Ranch in 2000.  

Whiskey was in training through the fall of 2003 and into 2004 with Justin Lawrence for reined cowhorse.  An injury ended his chances of going to the NRCHA futurity and we could see already we wanted to use him in our breeding program for 2005 so we brought him home and put him to work.


Our first crop of "Whiskey" foals was on the ground in 2006.  We remain impressed but cautiously optimistic about these horses.  The first and only filly we showed as a yearling, JO Whiskey Showdown, won numerous awards and an AQHA point at one AQHA show we attended.  She was high point yearling in the Eastern Montana Show Circuit at three different shows, won the CCQHA Yearling Breeders Futurity, High Point Junior Mare at Halter, High Point Yearling at Halter, High Point Yearling Longe Line in the EMHSC Circuit, and was the high point yearling halter and high point longe line on the Black Hills Horse Show Circuit. This mare is a total package!  Conformation, disposition, trainability, athleticism!

Foals from Surefine Whiskey were the high selling weanlings at both the PRQHBA Annual Sale and the Cow Country Quarter Horse Sale in 2007.  To date, Whiskey offspring have earned more than $5,000 in earnings at local futurity competitions.  See the events page for performers.

Gelded 2014
JO Whiskey Showdown

Dun A Lil Whiskey (Unshown 2007)
Pedigree Information for Surefine Whiskey

Paddys Irish Whiskey
Peppy San Badger
Mr San Peppy
Sugar Badger by Grey Badger III
Doc's Starlight
Doc Bar
Tasa Tivio by Poco Tivio
Sweet Baby Dynamite
Doc O Dynamite
Doc O'Lena
Gay Bar Dixie by Gay Bar King
Surfine Babe
My Van Thorn by Eddie 40
Gyro Babe

Click on the Names Below to Open a Window with Additional Information About Horses in the pedigree of Surefine Whiskey.

Paddys Irish Whiskey
Sire of Surefine Whiskey

Paddys Irish Whiskey (Peppy San Badger - Docs Starlight by Doc Bar), the sire of this young stallion, was purchased from the John Scott sale for $560,000 and was then syndicated for over a million dollars.  He is a full brother to Grays Starlight (deceased), Badgers Starlight and Gallo Del Cielo and stands at the Four Sixes Ranch in Texas with a stud fee of $4,100.  Paddys Irish Whiskey himself is an NCHA earner of $12,149, multiple major aged event finalist, and was on the 2006 NRCHA  Top 10 Leading Sire List.  His foals have earned nearly $1 million.  They are doing it all!

THE HIGH SELLER AT 2006 RETURN TO THE REMUDA SALE - $75,000
THE 2006 NRCHA OPEN DERBY CHAMPION
THE 2006 AQHA SELECT WORLD WORKING COWHORSE CHAMPION
THE 2006 AQHA SELECT WORLD BREAKAWAY ROPING CHAMPION

AQHA Reserve World Champion sire who has performers in cutting, reining, reined cowhorse, roping, and versatility ranch competitions.  People are pleased with the versatility and minds of these good colts.

Click here for an update on what he Paddy horses are doing.....
Maternal Grandsire of Surefine Whiskey
Doc O Dynamite

The dam of this stallion is an own daughter of Doc O Dynamite (shown at right).  Doc O Dynamite is known as one of Montana's most versatile sires.  He had an outstanding show record himself and there will be no more of his babies as he was put down in 2003.  These horses are quick and most recently there are some Doc O Dynamite babies out there that are earning some money barrel racing.

Performance statistics include Big Sky Select 5-Year-Old Non-Pro Maturity Reserve Champion and 3rd in the Big Sky 4-Year-Old Open Derby.   An Equi-Stat All-time Leading Cutting Sire; Sire of earners of over $684,000 in AQHA, NRHA, and NCHA sanctioned events; 28 AQHA point-earners. He has sired champions in cutting, reining, roping and barrel racing. In addition to his cutting and reining offspring earnings, one barrel horse has earned $200,000, and his get have earned almost $100,000 in roping. Sire of winning barrel horses including Easy Does it Doc, earner of $200,000.

Dash For Cash
Rocket Wrangler
Rocket Bar
Go Galla Go
Find A Buyer TB
To Market
Hide And Seek
Perks
Easy Jet
Jet Deck
Lenas Bar
Rapid Volley
Three Bars
Table Tennis
Asgoodasitgets
The Signature
Nolholme III TB
Mable Chick Too
Moolah Bux
Mable Chick
Simply Ripping
Rebel Cause
Top Deck
Bankette
Sugars Leona
Sugar Bars
Leona Dee

 Signature Perks

SOLD to Harmon Quarter Horses.  Signature Perks is by the great Dash For Perks AAA SI-93, a legendary barrel horse sire, Sire of AAAT and AAA horses, stakes winners and stakes placers.  Dash For Perks is by the great Dash For Cash.  See more information on Dash For Cash at this link.  When we replaced our Floating Interest stallion after he died, we stayed with the Dash For Cash line because of the performance of these horses.  They are extremely athletic, versatile and fast.

The dam of Signature Perks is Asgoodasitgets AAA SI-93 who is by The Signature is a race winner and has earnings over $14,000.  The Signature SI 107 AAA had earnings of over $333,000, was a stakes winner and World Champion sire.

Other favorites in this pedigree include Easy Jet and Rebel Cause - both outstanding sires.  We love Easy Jet as a barrel horse sire.  And Rebel Cause adds a little flavor that is unique carrying the bloodlines of Joe Hancock, Red Man (a terrific sire of rope and race horses) and Top Deck.  He was a 2X World Champion Race Horse and outstanding sire.  Rebel Cause sired 796 foals, 649 race starters, 369 race winners of 1290 races, 32 stakes winners, 50 places, $2,909, 468, 361 ROM Race, 50 shown earned AQHA H-219/P-928,17 ROM,1 Superior Halter,4 Superior Performance,1 AQHA World Res.Champion,NCHA $137.

Signature Perks' pedigree has unlimited potential in it.  This stallion has an outstanding disposition and can be hand bred or turned out in the pasture with mares.  He is as intelligent as he is striking in his appearance.  Excellent bone feet and legs. 16 H tall and a strong muscular build.

This stallion is nominated to VGBRA (2010, 2011, 2012, 2013) and Five States Futurity (2011, 2012, 2013), CBHI (2009, 2010).  We are also nominating him to the WPRA Elite Sire Incentive Program in 2011, 2012.  He is eligible for the 3 Can Tango Sidepot for horses running in 2013.

Live Cover or Cool Shipped Semen
Breeding Fee:  $750
Chute Fee (on shipped semen):  $350
(Will Ship To Canada)


ReferenceSire
 Dash For Perks

Dash For Perks, an American Quarter Horse racing sire and important sire in the barrel world died earlier this year at the age 23. He passed on February 1st, just days short of his 24th birthday, while standing the breeding season at LUB Breeding in Brazil.


At the time of his death the son of Dash For Cash out of the Easy Jet mare Perks was owned by Condominio Dash For Perks.

Bred in California by Meadow Creek Ranch, Dash For Perks stood briefly in New Mexico until the A.F. Stanley, Jr. of Ladybug Stallion Station purchased him in 1990 and moved him to Madill, Oklahoma where he would stand for 20 years. The Stanley family stood him at Oklahoma Stud in Purcell for a brief period. In 2010 Dash For Perks made his final move to Brazil to infuse their growing barrel industry with some of his top genetics.

Dash For Perks, a full brother to AQHA Racing Champion 2-Year-Old Filly Cash Perks ($322,450.00), earned a 93 speed index and $25,814.00 on the track then went on to be a race sire of nearly $2 million and a barrel sire of over $1.6 million.

Dash For Perks has sired such race winners as Kansas Futurity(G1) winner Smoke N Sparks ($96,101.00) and 1999 Champion 2 Year Old of Oklahoma, Dash Del Rey. Dash For Perks was a cornerstone in the barrel industry for many years siring top horses including Lady Perks, Cash On Perks, Winning Perks, Fancy Man Perks, and many others.

Lifetime AQHA Race Earnings of $25,814. AQHA Race ROM Earner. Speed Index of 93 (AAA). Sire of AQHA Race Offspring with earnings of over $1,800,000. He is a Leading Equi-Stat Barrel Race sire with offspring earning in excess of $1,800,000.


Some of his top offspring include: CASH IN ON PERKS $105,420, DASH N SPARKS $87,825, FANCY MAN PERKS $79,115, NO QUESTIONS NO LIES $67,825, MEMES STREAKIN DASH $65,910, HE IS SLIPPING $64,516, Winning Perks $61,884, Perks Master $60,625, Lady Perks $55,935, Streakin Henry $54,281, Pure D Perks $53,468.
He is also the only leading barrel sire with a son also on the leading sires list




Special Effort
Raise Your Glass
Raise A Native
Native Dancer
Raise You
Champagne Woman
Barbizon
Lamour Toujours
Go Effortlessly
Double Devil
Double Bid
Bella St Mary
Hijo Beauty
Spotted Bull
Hijo Lanty
Dolly With Dash
Dash For Cash
Rocket Wrangler
Rocket Bar
Go Galla Go
Find A Buyer
To Market
Hide And Seek
Deckas Doll
Deep Fathom
Depth Charge
Miss Dream Boat
Decka Val
Decka Center
Val A Bar


 Effort To The Max

SOLD to Moreau River Quarter Horses. Effort To The Max SI-82 is an own son of Special Effort SI-104. Special Effort is the All-Time Leading Sire, number 10 All-Time leading sire of money earners, one of the top 10 Leading Paternal Grand Sire of barrel horses and a proven leading Maternal Grand Sire. With 1,373 starters in 20 crops raced at the time of his death, Special Effort has been represented by 877 winners, including 73 stakes winners that scored in 126 stakes, 91 stakes placers and the earners of $18,162,615. Special Effort also sired 1991 World Champion Special Leader and other champions Special Project, Sweet N Special, Easygo Effort, Special Phoebe, Concorde Special and Bully Bullion SI-104 AAAT and Champion Barrel Horse Sire.

Effort To The Max is out of an own daughter of Dash for Cash SI-114, AAAT. Dolly with Dash is a proven race mare with a SI-90. Dash for Cash is 2x All-Time Leading Sire, Inducted into the AQHA Hall of Fame and Sire of First Down Dash, Dashingly, Dashing Folly, SLM Big Daddy, Dash for Speed and Dash`s Dream. He sired 827 winners (145 stakes winners) from 1,155 starters and the earners of $39,990,245. Effort to the Max comes from a proven racing family of champion bloodlines, including Depth Charge, a champion Thorough Bred Sire that left his mark in AQHA racing.
Effort To The Maxs pedigree has unlimited speed and versatility in it. This stallion has an excellent disposition and can be hand bred or turned out in the pasture with mares. Strong bone, feet and legs. He stands 15 H tall.

Nominated to VGBRA in 2012, 2013.  Nominated to 5 State Futurity 2012, 2013.  Foal eligible for 3 Can Tango sidepot - eligible to run beginning with 2013.

Live Cover or Cool Shipped Semen
Breeding Fee:  $750
Chute Fee (on shipped semen):  $350


Cowboys Rodeo SI 103
Ronas Ryon SI 105
Windy Ryon SI 99 x Go Man Go
Rona Bar SI 101
Rebelier SI 104
Dash For Cash SI 114
Rebel Fair x Rebel Cause
Checky Lady
Check The Charts SI 99
Beduino TB
Sister Theresa SI 97
Lady Bugs Wise
Tom Be Wise
Nell's Lady x Lady Bugs Moon

 Calculated

Calculated is a 2002 Bay AQHA Stallion that was raced, has earned $4,435 on the track and has a SI 99.  He stands 15.2 hands, is very compact, has a gorgeous head and is nicely balanced.  One of the most notable things about this stallion in his racing career was his starting speed.  He broke hard and usually led the pack in the first leg of the race.  He is hairtrigger quick at short distances.

His sire, Cowboys Rodeo, earned $73, 063 on the track and was the fifth fastest qualifier to the All American Futurity.  He is a proven sire of stakes winners and barrel horses.  Calculated's dam was unraced but was the producer of 2 foals, 2 of which raced and earned ROM's.  Check The Charts earned $242,197 on the track and has become a notable barrel horse sire.

If you are looking for a great "stop the clock" horse, this would be an excellent choice for an outcross for Dash For Cash or Frenchmans Guy dams.

Nominated to VGBRA in 2012, 2013.  Nominated to 5 State Futurity 2013.  Foal eligible for 3 Can Tango sidepot - eligible to run beginning with 2013.

Live Cover or Cool Shipped Semen
Breeding Fee:  $750
Chute Fee (on shipped semen):  $300










 Reference Stallion

We lost Floating Interest in September of 2009 to colic.  This was a special stallion who we were fortunate to have the opportunity to own.  We are archiving this information here on our website as a reference for the colts we have from 2009 and 2010.

Floating Interest is an own son of  Dash For Cash out of Ramble with Effort SI 102 by Special Effort.  His sire, Dash For Cash, is undoubtedly one of the greatest quarter horse racing athletes with 25 starts, 21 wins and 3 seconds, earnings of $507,687 and a speed index of 114.  Dash For Cash was just as successful in the breeding barn as he was on the racetrack siring such standouts as On A High, Dashingly, Dashing Pheobe, First Down Dash and numerous others.  Out of 20 foal crops and 1,368 foals, Dash For Cash produced 309 foals that had an 80+ speed index, 448 with a 90+ speed index, and 202 with a 100+ speed index.  BF Phillips stated this horse had more intelligence than any horse he had ever been around and an incredible disposition.  He passes on disposition and temperament as much as his conformation and athletic ability.  Because of this, Dash For Cash spread his influence beyond the race track with horses like Miss N Cash, NCHA Open Derby Champion and earner of over $124,000 and Nothing But Cash, a gelding that twice placed among the top 10 junior calf roping horses at the AQHA World Quarter Horse Show. Watch the video below about Dash For Cash!

"Even if you have never set foot inside a race track or imagined the impact of a 55 mile-per-hour gust on a person clinging to the back of a horse, more than likely you have heard the name Dash For Cash. Arguably, Dash For Cash was the greatest sire of American Quarter Horses ever. His own statistics speak for themselves. In 1976 and 1977 he was Racing World Champion, Superior Racehorse in 1976 and set two track records. He won 21 of 25 starts, which included nine stakes races from 1975-1978. Additionally, he finished first or second in every race he entered except for one. He sired 1,353 foals that made him a living legend. Dash For Cash's offspring have earned more than $37 million, one AQHA Supreme Championship, 880 Registers of Merit, 39 world championships and 135 stakes winners. "

His dam, Ramble With Effort SI 102, was raced and had 16 starts, 4 wins, 1 second and 2 thirds with earnings of $45,608.  Phillips and Moore leased this mare in 1992 and the beginning of 1993.  She was then transferred to Bob Moore Farms. Her sire, Special Effort stood at the 6666 Ranch in Texas until his death in 2006.  He was the only horse in history to win the two year old triple crown and earned in excess of $1,000,000. He was the sire of many standout horses including Bully Bullion, Special Leader and Elan's Special.  Daughters of Special Effort have produced the winners of more than $25.7 million.

Floating Interest was bred by Bob Moore Farms from Norman, OK, was lightly raced, has a racing ROM and a speed index of 85.  An injury after only 3 races cut his career short but a power packed pedigree he has!  A full sibling, Cash Commotion, has a speed index of 94, 18 starts, 3 wins, 4 seconds and 1 third with earnings of $7,432.  Bob Moore was an accomplished horseman with one of the most elite broodmare bands in the nation.

Dash For Cash
SI 114
Rocket Wrangler
SI 97
Rocket Bar TB
Three Bars
Golden Rocket
Go Galla Go
SI 95
Go Man Go
SI 100
La Galla Win
SI 85
Find A Buyer TB
To Market
Market Wise
Pretty Does
Hide and Seek
Alibhai
Scattered
Ramble With Effort SI 102
Special Effort
SI 104
Raise Your Glass TB
Raise A Native
Champagne Woman
Go Effortlessly
SI 98
Double Devil
SI 95
Hijo Beauty TB
Rambling Pie
SI 90
Pie In The Sky
SI 101
Easy Jet SI 100
Miss Jelly Roll
Rambling Sallye SI 101
Rocket Wrangler SI 97
Miss Leo Macet



 "Bullet" is what we call him....and is he ever nice. He is a beautiful buckskin with one white sock. The mare this colt is out of is big, muscular, and has lots of bone under her. She is conformationally as correct as they come, has an outstanding disposition, and she puts this on her colts. This colt is sensible, is about 15 hands, and he will always have that great buckskin color. This colt was was with a reining trainer for 10 months.  He handles nicely and has a really solid mind.  During his training, he never took a lame step and came out ready to go to work every day.  He has been roped off of just a little and is very quiet and level headed in the box.  He is ready to go on and be trained.  Has a great stop!  We have hauled this stallion as a youngster,  He won junior stallion at the Miles City EMHSC Show, placed second in the PRQHBA yearling halter futurity, and 2nd in the PRQHBA  2/3 Year old Futurity.  No matter where you go, you'll get noticed on this horse....he is a looker!

Bro Pete
AQHA World Qualifier in Reining P-1
Master Boot Jac
P-1
Hollywood Jac 86
Double Bee Miss P-1 X Nifty Bee H-3 P-91.5
Smart Chic Command
Smart Chic Olena P-65 X Doc O'Lena
Givenchy Command X Fritz Command H-17 P-111
Lil Dun of Mine
Baron Bar Scotty
Classy Son
Shadow Silk
Lil Tradition
The Tradition
Lil Miss Stinky

2010 Son of Bro Dun Did It

This horse offers some of the finest bloodlines in the quarter horse industry in his pedigree.  He will be standing here at the ranch.

He has already produced some very nice timed event horses.  Mazie Bur was ridden by Latricia Duke from Merkel, TX.  She placed 20th in the $100,000 Pro Tour in 2004.