Whiskey Up Quartz JW
AQHA 6253617

2023 Bay Roan Stallion
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Born 5-26-23. Some years we do a fun theme for names. This year we decided to go with Geology and things that come from the ground.  Many of these names are a little loose in thoughts regarding if they are elements, minerals, rocks, gemstones or colors etc.  This colt is named after Quartz, one of Earth’s most common minerals. Quartz is made of the two most abundant chemical elements on Earth: oxygen and silicon.

‘Quartz’ is a bay roan stallion with a left rear white pastern. Quartz’s dam is Two ID Sweet Shine aka Lizzie. “Lizzie” is a beautiful bay roan filly we picked up from Tien Quarter Horses in Prairie View KS. We are very excited to have another Two ID Sweet Jack daughter in our program. We had been looking for replacements of our own older Pitzer bred mares and found Lizzie! Her sire, Two ID Sweet Jack was bred by the Pitzer Ranch and is sired by two-time world champion Two ID Bartender (1983 Jr. Heading and Heeling World Champion) and out of an own daughter of Watch Joe Jack, which makes him 37.5% Two Eyed Jack.  He has a great disposition and is a very quick, athletic horse with a big stop.  He is a talented performer having earned 330.5 AQHA points, which makes him the top performance horse sired by Two ID Bartender.  In 2001 he became an AQHA Performance Champion and he qualified for the AQHA World Show four consecutive years.  He has made the finals in all three roping events and in 2000 he placed 7th in Sr. Heeling.  The "Sweet Jack" colts are good-minded, athletic horses that ride extremely well.  He has had 8 foals shown as well. Lizzie’s dam, Zan N Shine, is by Fuel N Shine. Fuel N Shine is a Shining Spark son who is an AQHA World Champion Jr Working Cow Horse, Performance Register of Merit (AQH ROM WCH and Reining) and a Jr Reining World Show Qualifier. Zan N Shine is out of Lizzie Zan Parr, by Skip Zan Parr an AQHA Champion, Superior Western Pleasure and a World Champion sire. Skip Zan Parr is a son of Zan Parr Bar. We were excited to introduce this pedigree into our program as well! Lizzie was started under saddle spring 2020 and did very well. Lizzie’s first foal, Whiskey Up Fern JW, went to WI with our intern we had that season.

Quartz’s sire is Whoop Up Whiskey . ‘Whoop’ is a 2010 son of Paddys Irish Whiskey and out of a great John Scott mare, My Little Sugar Babe. This is his 10th foal crop. The Paddys Irish Whiskey horses are making a name for themselves in everything from cutting to cowhorse events to roping horses and are very versatile.  A key difference between Whoop Up Whiskey and our other PIW sons is the dam pedigree. Whoop’s dam goes to Doc O Dynamite who also stood at the John Scott Ranch. Doc O Dynamite was an Equi-State leading cutting sire from 1999-2005 who produced money earners and according to his performance record, his daughters have produced many money earning foals in AQHA, NCHA, NRHA and NRCHA. Doc O Dynamite has a pedigree that traces back to Three Bars giving a bit more stretch and speed to his offspring and shows up on the pedigree of many arena and speed event horses. Whoop Up Whiskey aka Whoop brings that little more height and length and speed to our program as. He has excellent bone, athleticism and conformation. His lineage tells us that his offspring will have cow and will be capable of performing at any level. Whoop’s foals are breaking out really kind and level headed.

Quartz should be a nice all-around prospect with a lot of style. He will be able to excel in the arena or on the ranch as well. We are seeing a lot of that style and grace in these Whoop babies.  This colt specifically has the Tien Quarter Horses program and signature grandsire backing him.  He will be for sale.

“Don’t miss a chance to COWBOY UP with a WHISKEY UP foal!”

$3500 (US)

Foal is eligible for the Iowa Quarter Horse Association Ranch Horse Futurity.

2023 PRICING INCLUDES: Halter/lead rope, negative coggins, health, brand inspection, initial and booster vaccinations of EWT-Flu-Rhino, 1 bag of his current feed, AQHA transfer fee paid and halter training. This is a $300+ value included in the price. Repeat and multiple horse buyers will be less.  If you are not already an AQHA member, you may get your own membership, or we will assess you an additional $65 one year membership fee in order to do the transfer for your new purchase which is $40.

Genetic 5 Panel Results

Whoop Up Whiskey

Paddys Irish Whiskey
Peppy San Badger
Doc's Starlight
My Little Sugar Babe
Sons Doc O Sugar x Son O Sugar
Miss Dynamite Babe


Two ID Sweet Shine

Two ID Sweet Jack
Two ID Bartender x Two Eyed Jack
Miss Sweety Jack x Watch Joe Jack
Zan N Shine
Fuel N Shine x Shining Spark
Lizzie Zan Par x Skip Zan Parr x Zan Parr Bar

Jodie & Warren Woroniecki


7075 28th St.
Hebron, ND 58638
[email protected]

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