Now On Blue Rey
2022 AQHA sorrel mare

Naturally Athletic Cowhorse Prospect

Now On Blue Rey
2022 AQHA sorrel mare

reined cowhorse/reining/cutting/ranch riding show prospect.

Now On Blue Rey is bred for cowhorse, reined cowhorse, ranch versatility, ranch riding and reining. She is a great prospect for amateurs, youths and anyone looking for a great show horse.

“Hazel Jean” is an athlete and built to last, with the natural instincts to stop and turn on a dime. She is well minded, has a great work ethic, and wants to please. Hazel has been started and is progressing great. She has been super easy to train and has a willingness to please.

Hazel is personable and curious. I have owned her since birth, and she has been socialized and exposed to many things so she is very confident and not spooky. She ties, bathes, lunges, stands for the farrier, goes over bridges and through water, loads, trailers and has been desensitized since birth.

She has clean X-rays on file, current on vaccines, worming, and farrier. 6 panel NN.

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contact: Sherie Jackson – 458-210-6166
Eugene, OR

Now On Blue Rey
2022 AQHA sorrel mare

Sire High Roller Rey (Dual Rey). $51,018: finalist in the NRCHA Open Futurity; split 4th, NRCHA Open Stakes (Herd Work Reserve Champion); finalist in the NRCHA Open Derby (Champion of the Preliminary Herd Work), NRCHA Open Stakes (Champion of the Preliminary Fence Work), NRCHA Open Hackamore Classic; Utah Open Derby Champion twice; Finalist in the Idaho RCHA Derby Open. Sire of 19 Foals of performance age, including Sun Reys of Shade DR ($5,430: 2016 Twisted Wire RCH Open Derby Reserve Champion; 3rd, 2015 Montana RCHA Open Derby), Pb n Rey (2015 Utah RCHA Futurity Limited Non Pro Champion; Champion of the Preliminary Amateur Fence Work at the 2016 NRCHA Derby).

Son of Dual Rey, $105,038, AQHA Hall of Fame: Split 6th, 1997 NCHA Open Futurity; split 5th, 1998 NCHA Open Super Stakes; 1999 Memphis 4-Year-Old Open Futurity Champion; 3rd, 1998 Steamboat Spring Open Derby; 5th, 1999 Augusta Open Classic and Gold Coast Winter Open Derby; finalist in the Abilene Spectacular and El Cid Open Derbies. Siring Earners of $52,910,000.

Dual Rey’s offspring have won the NCHA Open Cutting Futurity and the NRCHA Open Snaffle Futurity and have also been named NCHA Horse of the Year. His colts are some of the most highly sought after individuals in the performance horse industry as demonstrated by their high selling prices at the cutting horse sales.

In 2003, with his (Dual Rey) second crop showing, he reached #7 on the Leading Cutting Sire list. In 2004 he was a Top 12 Leading Cutting Sire, and in 2005 he was #6. By 2007 he reached the #2 status on the Leading Cutting Sire list. In 2009 he was the NCHA #2 Leading Sire, and stayed as NCHA #2 Leading Sire for 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014! In 2014 he was the NRCHA #2 Leading Sire, and in 2015 the NRCHA #1 Leading Sire. In 2020 he was the NCHA #2 Leading Sire, the 2021 QData #3 Leading Cutting Sire, and in 2022 he is the QData & NCHA #5 Leading Sire! He is the QData & NCHA #3 All-Time Leading Cutting Sire. He is also the QData & NRCHA #6 All-Time Leading Sire.

High Roller Rey is the first foal out of Peptos Royal 001. Peptos Royal 001 was the NCHA earner of over $34,431. She is sired by the NCHA Open Futurity Champion, Peptoboonsmal, whose offspring have earned over $19 Million and whose daughters are rapidly becoming some of the greatest producers in the performance horse industry. Peptos Royal 001 is out of Clarks Royal who had produced 9 offspring with NCHA earnings that total over $220,000.

1st dam Pocochex Heart Bar (JS Silver Sunrise). Hazel is out of a beautiful grulla mare that is foundation bred. Her dam was started in reining training, but was unfortunately injured and so was never shown. Most of the horses on dams side were used on working ranches, working cowhorses, and rope horses. Skipper W, Music Mount, Docs Dee Bar, Jiminy Jimpup, Pocochex Shows Heart, Driftwood, King Fritz, Joe Reed, are a few greats on dam’s pedigree. Her dam was always super trainable had a good work ethic, and super personable.

Daughter of JS Sierra Sunrise, who is 92.47% of the National Foundation Quarter Horse Association.

contact: Sherie Jackson – 458-210-6166
Eugene, OR