TIVITOS STAR – 2001 – 2023 Black Mare

 Pictured here at age 21 with her blue roan son, Blue Jae. 

We did not raise Star and she does not have any of our Jae Bar blood (so when we breed her to outside studs, we don’t give the foals a Jae Bar name).  Star came to us from a long-time client. Jim had rode her dam for the client. Her dam had a stifle injury though (as a yearling) which kept her from having a show career. Our client had bred/raised Star and we knew her sire. Her sire, Tivitos Texas Star (he had a Texas shaped star on his head!) was being shown in our area, in cutting, by Jessie Munos for the owner, Stan Weander.  He was a really nice horse, sadly he died fairly young, before he could rack up more NCHA earnings. 

 Star’s owner/breeder never did have Star broke to ride, so when she came to us, we just used her as a broodmare. She is super sweet! Loves attention and is always easy to catch. 

 She’s an easy breeder and a great mother! Her foals normally take after the sire. One year we had an orphan foal (Jae Bar Zaylea) and even though Star had a foal of her own, we asked her to nurse and take care of Zaylea as well. And she did! She did an amazing job and we were very grateful to her! 

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4 Generations!

It’s pretty rare to have 4 generations of horses all together!  Our mare Star is 2nd from the right. From right to left: Star Cowlady then her daughter, Tivitos Star, then her son Diamonds In Coal, and his son Jae Bar Vader! 

Some of Star’s foals: 

Diamonds In Coal 2016 Black Gelding by Royal Blueprint. Picture as a yearling. Money earner in team sorting. 

Jae Bar Darth 2018 Black Stallion by Jae Bar Commander. Pictured as a 2 yr old. Sold as a rope and stud prospect.    Click here to watch video of him!! 

Jae Bar Kentucky 2021 Chestnut Mare by Jae Bar Dualin JD. Pictured as a weanling.  Now she is currently in reining training and showing tons of potential!