Weaver Quarter Horses have bloodlines of classic old foundation Quarter Horses that go back to the beginning of Quarter Horses. Their pedigrees also include stunning new AQHA bloodlines.
Breeding at Weaver Quarter Horses is not just a science, but an art going back to the bloodlines of classic old foundation Quarter Horses: Going back to the beginning of Quarter Horses. But selective breeding also includes stunning new AQHA bloodlines constructively bred with a balance of genetic qualities that have stood the test of time.Weaver Quarter Horse Standing Stallions and Brood Mares bloodlines include: Mr. San Peppy, Peppy San Badger, Poco Bueno, Leo, Doc Bar, Colonel Freckles, Sonnys OOBuck, Zan Par Bar, Jessie James, and Doc’s Hickory.
Weaver Quarter Horses stands: Poco Bueno El Tres, a grandson of Poco Bueno, Docs Jet Glo and J D Shinin Jack of the King Glo line, and Buenos Buckeye Bob. Lucky O Lena, an own son of Doc O’Lena.
J D Shinin Jack is a buckskin Quarter Horse Stallion descendant of King Glo. Subscribed to and making his foals eligible for AQHA Incentive Fund, NCHA Super Stakes & Cutting Bonanza, NRHA Sire and Dam, NRBC.He has reproduced beautiful babies just like him and his predecessors.
Poco Bueno El Tres is a 92% Foundation Bay Quarter Horse Stallion grandson of Poco Bueno.An excellent sire, he is AQHA Fund participant.
Docs Jet Glo is an 82% Foundation Gray Quarter Horse Stallion, grandson of King Glo and son of Doc’s Hickory. 90% of his offspring turn out gray.A wonderful sire, he is subscribed to the AQHA Incentive Fund, making his foals eligible for it.
Buenos Buckeye Bob is an 87% Foundation Grullo Quarter Horse Stallion.He has produced 4 out of 4 colored offspring:
2 grullos from grullo mares
1 claybank dun from a grullo mare
1 grullo out of a gray mare.Bob is subscribed to the AQHA Incentive Fund, making his foals eligible.