Patchy Jr.

Patchy Jr., F-1380, sired by Hall of Famer Patchy and out of Leopard Lady, found success in the show ring and passed his talent along to his get. Hall of Famer Ben Johnson of Delta, Colorado, bred and owned the stallion.
Patchy Jr. sired 100 registered foals and had more than 30 halter and performance championships to his name when he retired from showing at age 12. The stallion won National titles in yearling stallions, 2-year-old stallions, 3-year-old stallions, trail, get of sire, National grand champion stallion, reserve champion stallion—twice, premier sire of erformance horses and titles at the Colorado state fairs including grand champion stallion, English pleasure champion, western pleasure, trail, Camas Prairie stump race, Nez Perce stake race and heritage.
“Spotted Pride” by Frank Holmes dedicates a chapter to Patchy Jr.’s history and accomplishments as well as his offspring’s accomplishments. Some of Patchy Jr.’s prominent offspring include top show horses, sires and broodmares: Shavano, Ladyfinger, Patchy’s Jr. Lila Gleska, Patchy Jr’s Mi Ta Inga, Patchy Miss, Steelheart, Fanny Fourmile, Cowboy Patchy, Miss Color Girl, Warrens War Dance and Med-O-Image. Many successful breeding and show programs incorporate the Patchy Jr. bloodline. His descendants have competed in events from western pleasure to reining, gymkhana, racing and halter in the United States, Canada and Europe.
Patchy Jr. is remembered as an athletic, versatile and well-mannered champion and sire.

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