by Poco King Tuck  x Pretty Sparkle

100% NFQHA Foundation and 41% Poco Bueno, was our senior stallion for many years being bred to granddaughters of Poco Bueno and three daughters of Pocos Gray Comet. He was a beautiful grullo that sired multiple AQHA Reining ROMs, World Show top ten team penning, Youth ROM, IBHA Reining ROM, IBHA Dun Factor ROMs, NRHA money earners, NFQHA National Champions, COAs, and In Hand Trail Futurity Champion. Little Steel Dust was a leading NFQHA Sire in multiple categories. Jaz Ranch kept as many of his daughters as possible.

AQHA Halter Champion/IBHA points in: Hunt Seat, Dun Factor

Sire of: ROM & point earners in Reining, Roping, Team Penning, NRHA Money Earners, NFQHA National Champions. Leading Sire of NFQHA In Hand Trail Points, IBHA & ABRA Dun Factor & ROM

Contact Brent Jensen

Tel: 435.660.6728


Member of AQHA, NFQHA, Oregon Foundation Quarter Horse Club, IALHA

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by Poco Blunder  x  Miss Gray Hick

Born 1984  color: Grullo 

100% NFQHA Foundation, 26.5% Poco Bueno. Sire of NCHA & NRHA money earners - AQHA ROM Reiners - IBHA Reserve World Champion Cutting - 2005 & 2006 NRHA Open Northwest Reining Champion - IBHA Halter points - NFQHA National Champions

Jaz Acero Hombre

Little Steel Dust x Poco Miss Feed (granddaughter of Poco Bueno)

Acero (“steel” in Spanish) is a beautiful stallion with great disposition and a very athletic boy. He stood at Jaz Ranch and was later purchased by Joan and Ian Murray of Canada. Ian uses Acero for his personal riding horse and as a foundation stallion for their breeding program.

We currently have one of his daughters, Jaz Acero Mirage, who had a beautiful filly for us by RF Tee J Steel Dust this year.


by King  x  Miss Taylor


Breeder: Jess Hankins, Rocksprings, TX.  Owner at time of registration: E. P. Waggoner, Ft. Worth, TX.   H-37.0/P-8.0, AQHA Ch/ROM Arena, NCHA LTE $2,031. NCHA #14, NFQHA 100%. Died 1969.  Sired 36 AQHA Ch, 3 NCHA Hall of Fame. 

AQHA Champion, 1953
AQHA Hall of Fame in 1990
NCHA Hall of Fame Sire
Sire of AQHA Champions
8th All Time Leading Maternal Grandsire of AQHA Champions
Sire of 87 R.O.M.'s


Foaled April 10, 1944. He was purchased by E. Paul Waggoner in 1945 for $5.700 and he stood 14.3 hands and weighed 1,150 pounds. His show career started when he was named champion yearling stallion at the Texas Cowboy Reunion Quarter Horse Show in Stamford. He was grand champion stallion in the '40's at Denver's National Western Stock Show, the Southwestern Exposition and Fat Stock Show in Fort Worth, State Fair of Texas in Dallas and the American Royal Livestock Show in Kansas City. As a 4-year-old, in 1948, Poco Bueno started his performance career as a cutting horse, and his amazing ability helped him to quickly acquire an impressive record - and a legion of fans. He was the first quarter horse to be insured for $100,000.00.  In 1990, Poco Bueno was inducted into the American Quarter Horse Hall of Fame.


King P-234

King, one of the Quarter Horse industry's cornerstones.  His conformation set the standard for Quarter Horse judging for more than a decade.

Jaz Poco Silverado

Little Steel Dust x Poco Miss Smoky (exported to Germany)

May 21 1997 AQHA / NFQHA   (3601545) Grullo Stallion 14.3H

AQHA #3601545. Silverado has his ROM in AQHA Reining and is now a foundation stallion at Old Baldy Ranch, owned and loved by Aaron & Colleen Wangler,  Dawson Creek, B.C.  Canada.  

Jaz Ranch currently owns four Silverado daughters and we are very happy about how they are producing for us.


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