Eds Little Whiskey is the sire of
Snip of Whiskey
open ROM reining-34 AQHA points–open performance ROM
qualified in SR Reining and Ranch Horse Western Pleasure in the 2013 World Show
and many more arena and performance horses
Eds Little Whiskey by
Paddys Irish Whiskey–NCHA earnings over $12,000.0
Offspring earnings in excess of $1
AQHA reserve champion sire, AQHA calf horse, World Champion Cutting Horse
NCHA Leading Lifetime Sire NRCHA Top 10 Lifetime Sire
Peppy San Badger 3x World Champion NCHA Hall of Fame, NCHA world champion sire, Reserve world champion sire, NCHA Futurity, NCHA finals, NCHA Derby, ROM Performance
Docs Starlight World Champion Performance pts 60, NCHA Hall of Fame, NCHA earnings $134,442.30
Awards: COA, Bronze, Silver, Gold, Platinum
Doc O Dynamite
NCHA earner, All time leading cutting horse sire, Sire of performance earners totaling $1million Also known as a top barrel racing sire.
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.