“Whiz” is an older mare we purchased from Ryan Smith at Fleetwood Farms because we have always wanted a Topsail Whiz daughter! When she became available to us, we grabbed her in hopes to retain some daughters out of her to cross back on any of our stallions! Bred at Bob Loomis Quarter Horses in Oklahoma, Whiz is a very well-bred reining mare. Sired by Topsail Whiz and out of a mare by Justa Doc Olena by Doc O Lena, this mare was third in the South Country Derby Non-Pro division in 2001 and won the Non-Pro Reining Futurity at the Canadian Supreme in Red Deer, Alberta. Whiz’s earnings include NRHA $3,754. She also has four performing foals. Her sire Topsail Whiz is in the Hall of Fame, a NRHA money earner, AQHA World Show Qualifier, AQHA Leading Sire and ROM Performance. His offspring have also earned many accomplishments as well including World Champion Offspring, Reserve World Champion Offspring, NRHA Futurity Champion Offspring, Superior Performance Offspring, ROM Performance Offspring, NRHA Money-earners, NCHA Money-earners, NRCHA Money-earners, Halter Point Earners and NRHA Six Million Dollar Sire.
In 2017 she came bred to Ryan Smith’s stallion Jaz Poco Goldun Blue, who is the most recognized grullo stallion. He is a 95% foundation 27% Poco Buneo bred stallion with many accomplishments in the reining world. This is the main reason why we started looking at what Ryan had available. We have always wanted a “Blue” kiddo. So, when Whiz was bred with one of his babies, we felt we just couldn’t pass on this opportunity despite her age. Her 2017 foal was a dun stallion, Goldun Topsail. He is a very nice colt who is sticking around our place for right now to watch him grow out. He will head to training summer 2019. Whiz is in very good shape for her age and we will continue to breed in hopes for a daughter to keep. Her main picture is with her 2017 colt photo credit Tanja Schneider. She foaled a 2019 bay stud colt, Whiskey Up Genie JW, by Whoop Up Whiskey She came up open for a 2020 foal. She is exposed to TRR Paddys Texas Gin for a 2021 foal.
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