|Color: ||Red/Brown *Roan|
Sire's Sire's Sire: Jack, Francis' N.|
Sire's Sire: Carousel LL Theodore, Slate Gray, 28 1/2"
Sire's Sire's Dam: Grandma, Francis' N
Sire: Carousel LL Inspector Clouseau, Light Red *Roan, 27 3/4"
Sire's Dam's Sire: Jack of Hearts, Carousel LL
Sire's Dam: Carousel LL Rosetta, Light Red/Gray Roan, 31 3/4"
Sire's Dam's Dam: UNK
Dam's Sire's Sire: DMF Junior, Rose Dun, 33", DMF N.|
Dam's Sire: The Fireman, Dark Red, 32 1/2", T
Dam's Sire's Dam: Grumpy, Brown/Gray-Dun, G
Dam: MGF Venus Drusilla 551, Red/Gray-Dun, 32"
Dam's Dam's Sire: Pedro from Misourri, P
Dam's Dam: Little Boone's Little Rosaland, Red/Gray-Dun, 32 1/2", Boone's E
Dam's Dam's Dam: Little Rosealeta, Boone's
|Description: ||Words cannot adequately describe this little guy.|
He is short (30"), drafty with a width in the chest floor you only dream about. His rump is full and rounded and he has a beautiful frosty red roan color. He has a bold shoulder stripe with garters and anklets.
He has been DNA typed at Texas A&M University.
When I first saw this jack I knew that I wanted him in the herd. However, the prestigious Hill Country Miniatures were a jump ahead of me. After a year or so of pestering Ed and Angela to sell him to me they finally gave in.
|Info: ||Jock has been a great jack for us. He is a super gentle jack and he has produced some great offspring. He has sired all colors from black to red to gray and about every color in between. His offspring have been very sought after. He was sire of the top selling jennet at the Great American Miniature Donkey Sale in 2010. He sired Continental Georgia's Chattahoochee, the 2013 NMDA Grand Champion jennet at the TN State Fair. We currently have 2-3 jennets bred to Jock and we have a couple planned to go to him this year. While we have loved what he has produced for us we have recognized with the recent addition to T and T and Obsession to our breeding program over the past couple of years we will not be using Jock as much. Our current plan is to keep him in the herd and use him on a few jennets a year however we would be willing to sell him to the right breeder if we know that he will continue to be used as a senior herd sire.|