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Brooks N Beau Bailey

1995 AQHA Grulla mare 
By Sputniks Tacky Beau

SOLD, Congratulations to Ferry in The Netherlands

 

Brooks is a nice, average-sized mare with a fantastic shoulder...long and nicely angled.  She has a very clean throatlatch, great withers, small ears, and a beautiful frontal facial expression that is what I'd call "soft" or "cute" because of her large nostrils and wide-set eyes.  Most importantly (for me, because I'm a farrier), she has perfectly-straight legs with proper angles and bone.  

Brooks is by a buckskin dun (dunskin) stallion and out of a buckskin dam.  Brooks carries both the creme and the dun gene.  So, she'll be a 75% color producer out of plain-colored stallions, and an 87.5% color producer out of dun or grullo stallions.  Crossed with our stallion, she will be a 94% color producer!

Brooks N Beau Bailey 
AQHA 3699321 
1995 grullo mare

Sputnik's Playboy 1970
       0717558 black      
Sputnik I 1957
       0073614 black      
Sputniks Caballero 1982
       1845690 buckskin      
Windy Spring 1962
       0232749 bay      
Patsy Caballero 1970
       0706241 buckskin      
Roy's Caballero 1963
       0280690 sorrel
     H- 38.0  P- 2.0
Sputniks Tacky Beau 1987  ROM Halter, '93 Honor Roll Stallion, IBHA or ABRA   dunskin     Poco Dun's Patsy 1965
       0414253 buckskin      
Beau Bar Mujer 1975
       1093712 dun
     H- 15.0  P- 19.0
Beau Bonanza 1969
       0618947 sorrel
     H- 216.0  P- 46.0
Beaus Tidy Tacky 1982
       1845682 buckskin      
Barita Bar Mujer 1966
       0437233 dun
     H- 4.0  P- 0.0
Tidy Tacky 1970
       0706267 buckskin      
Tidy Cat 1963
       0353451 sorrel      
Roth's Tacky 1956
       0082975 dun      
Skippers Tuffy 1975
       1089247 palomino
     H- 2.0  P- 211.0
Skipper's Lad 1952
       0036881 sorrel
65 1 0 0 0 $ 0    H- 23.0  P- 0.0
Taters Tuffy 1979
       1562728 palomino      
Golden Vanetta 1966
       0426111 palomino     
Miss Tater One 1967
       0495642 sorrel      
Super One 1961
       0173400 sorrel      
Tuffys Buckanna 1991
       2997443 buckskin      
Tater's Miss 1960
       0147856 brown      
Skip's Brick 1968
       0532158 sorrel
     H- 21.0  P- 117.0
Superior Performance, '71 O WP, AQHA Champion, '74 O, ROM Performance, '70 O, Performance Point Earner, Halter Point Earner, Superior Halter Sire, Superior Performance Sire, AQHA Champion Sire
Skip Beware 1963
       0287750 sorrel
     H- 29.0  P- 1.0
Angie Baby Brick 1976
       1265662 bay      
Mary's Polly 1962
       0195612 sorrel      
Buckanna Jo 4 1962
       0409520 brown      
Buck Hancock 1941
       0001479 black      
Hanna Jo 1950
       0035226 black
     H- 31.0  P- 0.0
Brooks Information (remember our honesty policy...tell you the negatives so that you'll be pleasantly surprised rather than the other way around if you buy...if you are looking at a horse and the seller doesn't tell you negatives, then he or she is hiding something!):
bulletVery green broke...was on some trail rides for previous owner, but we've not ridden her.
bulletStraight legs 
bulletGreat hooves, easy to take care of--maybe only requiring trim once per year to keep them looking good, but she really wears them herself (I don't think we've trimmed her for 1 1/2 years, and she doesn't need a trim)
bulletNo white
bulletTons of color in her pedigree
bulletNicely-shaped head with slight dish and clean throatlatch
bulletShort, fox ears
bulletSuper sheen to her coat
bulletCarries the creme gene, and would therefore produce palominos and buckskins in addition to duns, grullas, and red duns 
bulletGreat milker and foals without assistance
bulletGets along great in the pasture and handles easily
bulletSometimes requires grain to catch her when she has foal at side, but it has never taken us more than 5 minutes of walking to catch and halter her.  In fact, she doesn't walk away from us in an open pasture...only when she's up by the gate.  Can't figure that one out, but it's ok.  We just walk out to pasture and walk right up to her without grain usually. 
bulletCould use a little more muscling in the hip to me, but made a nicely-muscled baby for us in 2002.  He will be standing at stud in North Carolina.  He sold for $4000 plus reserved breedings, and was tested Homozygous for Black by UC Davis.
bullet2003 Foal's Web Page...click here  
bulletBrooks is for sale for $6000 with her 2003 grullo colt until June 10th.  We'll re-evaluate her price if she does not sell before then, as we can split her from her colt soon after and sell them separately.  She will be bred back to our grullo roan stallion in mid May for a 2004 foal.

If you're looking for a color-producing mare, you'd be smart to seriously consider this mare!  To our knowledge, she's never had a non-colored foal.  Guaranteed to carry the creme gene AND the dun factor gene, and probably is homozygous for black as well.  Out-produces herself!  Look at this year's foal for an example!

Last updated 02/15/10

 

 
 

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