Easy Move Whiskey

PERFORMANCE RECORD EASY MOVE WHISKEY is the 2005 & 2006 IQHA Senior All-Around Champion and earner of $28,252 (NRHA $4,450 / NRCHA $17,728 / AQHA $3,076) & 85 AQHA Open points: Open Superior Reining; 2006 & 2007 NRCHA Northwest Region Open Bridle Champion; top 10, 2006 AQHA World Show Senior Working Cow Horse; Snake River Summer Slide Open & Intermediate Open Champion; 2007 Rhodes River Ranch RCH Open Bridle Champion; 2007 Sizzling Summer Slide Open & Intermediate Open Reining Champion; 2007 Jim Capriola RCH Open Derby Bridle Champion; 2006 Idaho RCHA Futurity Open Bridle Class Reserve Champion; 2006 Montana RCHA Fall Open Bridle Reserve Champion; 2005 Montana Twisted Wire Ranch Open 2-Rein Champion; 2005 Magic Valley RCHA Challenge Open 2-Rein Champion; 2005 Central Idaho RCHA Futurity Open Bridle Reserve Champion; Oregon Spring Fling Limited Open & Novice Open Champion; 2007 World Show qualifier Sr Working Cow Horse.

Listed on a Leading Sire list each year since he was purchased by Paddys Irish Whiskey Syndicate, he is an NRCHA All-Time Leading Sire and an Equi-Stat All-Time Leading Reined Cow Horse Sire. His foals have earned $1,479,696 and 4,551 AQHA points, 35 AQHA World/Res. World Championships including 2-time AQHA World Champion Versatility Ranch Horse Smart Whiskey Doc.

Peppy San Badger (1974–2005) was an American Quarter Horse stallion who won the National Cutting Horse Association (or NCHA) Futurity in 1977 and the NCHA Derby in 1978. He was inducted into the American Quarter Horse Association's (or AQHA) Hall of Fame in 2008.

Dam-- Paddys Irish Whiskey Gallo Del Cielo

2 million dollar sire, cutting,reining,cowhorse & barrels

Mr San Peppy earned more than $107,850 in NCHA competition. His foals won more than $2.63 million in NCHA competition, not to mention earning more than 3,200 points in AQHA competition.

In AQHA competitions, Doc Bar’s get amassed nearly 9,000 points and won multiple world championships.

Doc O’Lena sired 1,310 foals. Of these, 321 accumulated 3,978.5 points; 87 earned performance Registers of Merit (also nine amateur, three youth); nine earned Superior performance awards; four were world champions; six were youth world champions; six were youth world champions; and four were reserve world champions.