SOLD: 2012 Kings Bourbon Baby,-a black Filly. Her sire is NU Hollywood King, a grullo stallion. He has foundation greats: King P234 and Hollywood Gold on his registration papers! "King" as we call him, has the double black gene and he is 96% foundation in the NFQHA. The dam of Kings Bourbon Baby, is Snips Josie Cuervos. She is a beautiful dun roan mare, sired by Snipper Music and out of Alibis Quixote. She puts out gorgeous foals. We kept the best of the Snipper Music fillies the year he died in 2001 and his last foal crop, the following year, 2002. Every single one of them was precious and not replaceable. They've been an important part of our breeding program.
Lots of years ago, I was at Hermiston, Oregon when this beautiful chestnut mare came thru the ring. Her name was Docs Perfect Alibi. She had 10 AQHA halter points and a Reserve Champion Halter. I thought she was perfect just like her name! Her sire was Professor's Alibi. As it turned out, Professor's Alibi, belonged to a Professor that taught at UC Davis in California. Professor's Alibi had 2 halter pts and 16 cutting pts & was sired by Doc Bar, the All Time Leading Sire of cutting horses. Docs Perfect Alibi was in foal when I bought her, to Sooty Quixote. He had won nearly $100,000.00 in NCHA cuttings and his sire was Doc Quixote, A World Champion Non-Pro Cutting horse. I bought her,(with the World watching, apparently). People called me, when I returned home, with the newly acquired Broodmare and tried to buy her! But of course, I wasn't parting with her. The resulting foal was Alibis Quixote, a little chunk of a chestnut mare. Our farrier at the time, told me she had the best feet on a Doc Bar bred horse that he had every seen. We bred Docs Perfect Alibi to Sierra G Son a big Palomino stallion that we had purchased from Ernest and Bernetta Patterson. Sierras Alibi, a really pretty palomino stallion was born from that cross. He was an exceptional athlete. Alibi's getting old, but we still have him today. He sired some cutting horses, some barrel horses, and good ranch horses. Plus, one of his beautiful palomino colts, sold to Monty Roberts. Monty sold him to a man in London, England, and he vacations in Dubai. (this is hard to believe) He flies the Alibi horse back and forth, from England to Dubai and back to England! Just like we would take our dog in the pick-up truck, every where we went! A person just never knows, when they sell a horse, where it's going to end up! Amazing. I expect our Bourbon Baby will be a shiny black Beauty when she sheds out in the spring.