By Hollywood White out of Boons Booger Smooch (Boon Bar)
AQHA Smokey Grulla Ee aa CR/N D/nd1 6 Panel N/N 14.2 hands
"Jellybean" is a unique, gorgeous mare with a babydoll head and a balanced build. She was born and raised at a good friend's place in North Dakota. Unfortunately, due to our friend's busy schedule, she was never broke to ride. However, she is athletic and smart. She has a lovely way of moving where she drives deep with her hocks and has a lot of expression in her face. Her bloodlines speak for themselves. Her sire was a 3x World Champion Reining horse. He earned over $54,000 during his career and his offspring have won in excess of $65,000 in many events such as reining and roping. In 1996 he was the NRHA Limited Non Pro Reserve World champion, the following year he came back to win the NRHA World Championship in the Open and Limited Non Pro. This shows not only was he talented, he had a great mind and could be shown by professionals and non-professionals, something few horses can do!
We see his great demeanor in "Jellybean". She not only has a talented sire, but her dam is a daughter of one of the greatest cutting sires to ever walk into a herd of cattle. Boon Bar was a National Cutting Horse Association Finalist and sired offspring who won more than $3 million. He is known in particular for siring great mares.
"Jellybean" is the perfect cross of reining and cutting. Her and her offspring will possess cow sense and a big stop!
The Magic Cross
Jellybean and Holidoc will either produce a Black, Grulla, Smokey Grulla, Dunskin, Buckskin, Bay, Bay Dun, Red Dun or Sorrel. There is a strong possibility for a Homozygous Dun and/or Homozygous Black! We can't wait to see this cross come together.
Bill Freeman rode him to many of his championships and earnings in NCHA aged events. Holidoc has NCHA earnings in excess of $124,294 , not including weekend and non-NCHA sanctioned shows. His offspring have earned close to $1 million in earnings, and his grand-get, both maternal and paternal are Multi-million dollar earners/producers. He is considered a "Black-type" Stallion. In addition to producing some really nice foals, he was said to be a joy to be around. He aged gracefully. His attributes of athleticism, cow smarts, toughness, and grace; his large frame and big bone, along with his sweet personality, are evident traits today being passed on to his offspring.
Photo and Credit to Wild Dreamz Quarter Horses.