From the renown King Ranch where legendary Kineno vaqueros and several descendants of Captain King who have made generations of top quality horses a priority on the King Ranch, comes many of our stallions. Including Peppy San Badger a decendent of Old Sorrel.
OLD SORREL became the foundation sire that made King Ranch famous as a breeder of champion quarter horses. The American Quarter Horse Association (AQHA) founded in 1941 grand champion went to King Ranch's WIMPY, a grandson of OLD SORREL. It is the same outstanding qualities found in WIMPY that were passed on to MR. SAN PEPPY and PEPPY SAN BADGER (Little Peppy), King Ranch cutting horse champions. Now you too, can own a part of history.
From the renown King Ranch where championship horses are from comes Peppy San Badger
Doc Bar will forever be remembered as the horse who revolutionized the cutting horse industry. Doc Bar was shown at halter 13 times, with 12 wins, 1 second, 36 national points and 10 grand and reserve grands. Doc Bar died in 1992 and was buried here in San Benito County, on the Jensen/War Doc Bar Ranch in Paicines.
KA Dry at Thirteen was sired by HR Pepperoni Dry who was sired by Star Chex Badger and Peppy Miss Dry. Sired by the remarkable Peppy San Badger and Docs Star Chex a descendent of Doc Bar and Mr. San Peppy.