When one talks about great paint mares, (Uvalde Doll, Delta, Diamond Jewel Wood), Country Sue should also be in the conversation. This mare was a big time horse that really never had a chance to show what she could do. Ralph Depew said, "This mare is as good a mare as I have ever ridden. She is one of the most honest and fun horses that I have ever  been associated  with. She had a big stop and when she turned back, you better have a deep seat and a faraway look because she would leave you hanging out there if you were not ready ". Ralph rode her to a APHA National Championship in 1978, 3rd in1979, Res-National Champion in 1980, and Bill Harper rode her to a Amature Res-National Championship in 1981. She was never shown in the NCHA.

 

 

Waggoner 101 QH-733,594

Waggoner's Snip QH-24,804

Waggoner 1930
FL Grey Baker 1939

Country Sue APHA- 22,812

Nugget's Missie QH-156,510 Handy Nugget 1955
Shoemaker's Prissy 1947

Red B Waggoner QH-268,729

Dinky Reed QH-31,202 Reed McCue 1940
Dinky Rainbow 1942
  Baby Joe Red QH-67,297 Red Waggoner 1943
Casey's Billieredfox 1949

2000 Howell Partnership Productions