Jaz Ranch is expecting two 100% NFQHA foals in 2018. Will be black or grullo. SOLD
Grulla filly by Jaz Poco Bravo out of Jaz Ebon Doll (SOLD at 1 day old). Ebon Doll is our last own daughter of Little Steel Dust and is 24 years old. Also a gorgeous grulla filly out of Jaz Ebon N Ash x Jaz Poco Bravo. SOLD
In addition to the Ash's 2018 NFQHA filly ~ we occasionally have an NFQHA mare for sale. SOLD - Jaz SD Sarsparilla, 100% NFQHA by RF Tee Jay Steel Dust and out of Jaz Silver Sage. SOLD - Jaz SD Charra by RF Tee Jay Steel Dust and out of Jaz Miss Charro.
In 2019 we are expecting only 1 100% NFQHA foal by Jaz Poco Simpatico out of Jaz Sedona Silver.
We had two NFQHA grullo stallions in 2020. We are keeping Jaz Little Steeldust and Jaz Steeldust Legacy is SOLD.
Congratulations to Beth McDavid, the proud new owner of this beautiful filly. 100% NFQHA
Jaz Poco Bravo x Jaz Ebon n Ash
Congratulations to Jeanette Aumon, the proud new owner of this beautiful filly. 100% NFQHA
Jaz Poco Bravo x Jaz Ebon Doll
More on the Jaz Ranch 25 year Foundation Quarter Horse breeding program coming soon!
Jaz Ranch has diversified our breeding program, but we will have some NFQHA horses as long as we are still breeding horses! Our 2016 100% grullo stallion, Simpatico, is a silver grullo, and homozygous for black and dun - exported to Germany.
Our future 100% NFQHA sire, 'Jaz Man' is a yearling but can be bred to any horse on the ranch in coming years.
Silver grullo and homozygous for black, he is 35.25% POCO BUENO. Jaz Poco Bravo x Jaz Ebon Doll.
Following are the herd sires that made Jaz Ranch renown for great Foundation Quarter Horses during our
30 year Foundation Quarter Horse breeding program~ and 23 years of breeding NFQHA horses.
Little Steel Dust | Pocos Gray Comet | Jaz Poco Silverado
Jaz Poco Acero | Jaz Poco Bravo | RF Tee J Steel Dust
These wonderful stallions were bred to Poco Bueno mares and produced
intelligent, athletic horses with superb dispositions. Mostly black and grulla.
'Poco' was our first Foundation Quarter Horse and sold us on Foundation Quarter Horses with his amazing disposition.
Little Steel Dust was a once in a lifetime horse. He 'made' Jaz Ranch and many of today's good Foundation Quarter Horses are his direct descendants.
We always respectfully called him by his full name ~ never by a 'barn' name.
At 29 years old Little Steel Dust still displayed the amazing forearm, stifle and gaskin that he put on his offspring.
Until his last day Little Steel Dust moved with a little rolling trot instead of walking when being led. He knew how special he was!
Little Steel Dust's own sons and daughters were sent all over the United States and to Canada, Mexico, Great Britain, France, Germany, and Luxembourg. His broodmare band consisted of granddaughters of the immortal Poco Bueno. We kept as many of his daughters as possible and bred them to Pocos Gray Comet.