JB EYESA HUNCH aka Jag
Eyesa Special X Lil Bid Of Sugar
In 10 starts Eyesa Special had six wins against the best of the breed, with lifetime earnings of $1,394,911 ………………….. Eyesa Special’s achievements include - - AQHA Racing Champion 2 Year Old Colt - AQHA Racing Champion 2 Year Old - 2000 All American Futurity (G1) winner by 2 lengths, setting a new World Record for a 2 year old and a new Stakes record at 440 yards in:21.0971 - Fastest Qualifier - Texas Classic Futurity (G1) winner - Still holds Lone Star Park 400 yard track record!
Jag carries some of the best speed and all round performance bloodlines, from both the USA and Australia. His sire is the great Eyesa Special – Speed Index 107 and a grandson of two of the greatest speed sires in AQHA history in Dash for Cash and Special Effort.
Jag has some very successful Barrel Racing and Sprint Racing half siblings - - Eyesa Jumpin LTE of $460,270 - Eyesa Shaker LTE of #256,473 - All Waked Out LTE of $217,339 - No Dice Special LTE of $162,610 - And many other earners of 100k plus - Eyesa Topaz – half sister Multiple NBHA 1D Champion including 2018 NBHA World Champion finals, Senior 1D – 1st 2017 NBHA World Barrel Finals, Senior 1D – 1st Another relation to Jag is Namgis D33, aka Chongo, ridden by Emily Miller to win multiple rounds at the 2019 NFR. They are set to have a very successful year. Chongo is out of a half sister to Jag
Complementing his World Champion sire, Jag’s damline is packed with fast, versatile bloodlines well proven under Australian conditions since the formation of the AQHA in this country.
His dam, Lil Bid of Sugar, is by Just Plum Sugar and out of Amanda Tielen’s well known Barrel racing mare Ammon Hunch’s Fox, a daughter of the legendary Hunch Bid. Just Plum Sugar, himself a successful Breakaway Rope horse, is by Great Stuff (Jet Master AAA x Femme Fatale AAA).
Great Stuff is the sire of Kristy Banks wonderful Barrel Racer, Bob n Stuff, and Chris Chalmers noted all rounder, Puff n Stuff, as well as successful sprint horses, showjumpers, show horses and rope horses.
There is so much more to tell about the horses in Jags damline. However, we will just say there is another cross of the great Femme Fatale AAA in there, as well as Star Kingdom TB, Sir Barton TB (winner of the first American Triple Crown), together with King P234, Hollywood Gold and proven King Ranch blood.
Jag was shown at halter as a yearling, taking 1st place in multiple classes, including Champion Halter Stallion.
He holds a ROM in Halter, with 28 points.
Jag is 5 panel negative, Homozygous Black and Heterozygous Grey which means 50 percent of his foals will go grey and he can not throw anything with red genes
With the proven speed and performance blood he carries, Jag is almost guaranteed to produce foals of outstanding versatility, who, if given the opportunity, will be able to do any and everything for which the great Quarter Horse has traditionally been bred.