2017 Foals                            (click on horse's name for pedigree or picture to enlarge)
Gray/Roan Filly
I Want It Now x Spadie Deck (Jet N Go x Spadie Bar Bailey by Pacific Bailey)

    This filly is as close as you're going to get today to keep that Pacific Bailey blood ... and she represents him
    well! Once again, the deep heart girth, big hip, straight legs, good hind leg and overall great balance ... this
    filly will do whatever you want her to after she runs a 95 speed index on the racetrack! Take good look at this
    filly's pedigree ... by an own son of PYC Paint Your Wagon, her dam is by an own son of Easy Jet, her
    second dam is by Pacific Bailey, her 3rd dam is by Bar Money (by Three Bars), her 4th dam is by Gold King
    Bailey (by Hank H who was by King P-234) with Bull Dog and Domino on the bottom of all that!!! Study your
    lesson here folks!

    Spadie Deck si 80 is a solid mare that produces really good looking colts, most of them going to the arena as
    they seem to always catch the cowboy and cowgirls' eye. They are all big, strong horses. We ran a 2 year old
    daughter in 2017 but got bumped around hard both her outs but she will win some races for us in 2018.

  • Spadie Bar Bailey (by Pacific Bailey) only ran AA officially, but never had the chance to show her true ability.
    She was the fastest thing we had in the barn in '87 as a 2 year-old, and we had some that ran up to a 99
    speed index that year. Something seemed to always happen to keep her from making a big-time race mare.
    Her grandma was much the same way.

  • 3rd Dam Bar Money Spadie (unraced) (by Bar Money) is a full sister to High Stakes AAA Stakes Placed 4
    times, AQHA Champion with 29 Halter Points and 46 Working Points.

  • 4th Dam Spadie Bailey AAA (by Gold King Bailey) AAA Stakes Producer of one Stakes Winner, one Stakes
    Placed runner, 2 AAA, 2 AA horses and one AQHA Champion including Spadies Angel SI 88 SW and AAA
    Producer of 3 ROMs.
    Spadie Bailey had the fastest time in the Oklahoma Futurity by daylight  and got hurt loose a couple days
    before the finals and got hurt and had to scratch her. Earlier in the year she had paid $38 to win at Ruidoso,
    beating some good futurity horses there for the All American.

    But wait, there's more! Spadie Bailey's dam, Cinemoo, was an own daughter of Spotted Bull who was by Bull
    Dog and out of a daughter of Man O' War. Cinemoo's dam went back to Domino. Wowww! Now that's some
    kinda' pedigree!
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