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Solana Ranch What the Deuce - Patman
A fourth-generation SBT Bengal down from Taro of Bundas, Patman is the result of a whole lot of luck. Neither parent is white bellied, but Patman has a strong expression of the pattern. Neither parent has a yellow base coat with black spots, but Patman inherited that incredible color combination, and on top of all that, Patman is fertile. He also displays some of the elements of wild essence that caused us to breed his parents in the first place - great ears, eyes, and nose, a deep body, and thick boning.
Patman's Genetic Lineup: Apb/A, TaM/Tab, C/cb, PK Deficiency N/N, PRAb N/N which means Patman has one Leopard cat Agouti gene, carries for marble, carries sepia, and does not carry for PK Deficiency or PRAb.
Patman most recently tested HCM negative in 2018. All four of Patman's grandparents tested HCM negative at over five years old.
Regional Winner Triple Grand Champion Beaux Mondes Home of the Brave - Bravo
A fifth-generation Bengal down from Icon of Stonehenge, Bravo has many facial features that are rare on male Bengals. His head is small but long - with the length behind the eyes. His nose is set down low between the whisker pads and his eyes are still a prominent feature of his face. Additionally, he has and produces the most beautiful, horizontal paw printed rosettes. Bravo is a gem of a stud because lets the girl's strengths pass through and then adds all of his good parts as well.
Bravo's Genetic Lineup: TaM/Tab, C/cb, PK Deficiency N/N, PRAb N/N which means Bravo carries for marble and sepia and does not carry for PK Deficiency or PRAb. Bravo most recently tested HCM negative in 2018 at four years old.
Rosettea Top Wesselton - Wes
A seventh generation SBT Bengal down from Kabuki of Millwood, Wes is a legacy maker. Wes has within his pedigree all the great studs of Rosettea: Khanjalava, Pawprint, Avalanche, and it is his responsibility to share the dedication of Rosettea with the Bengal breed. The Rosettea breeding program is unparalleled in regards to the development of the white belly pattern, and we know Wes will keep that tradition going along with contributing his gorgeous eye color, wild looking paw printed rosettes, body shape, and tail carriage.
Wes's Genetic Lineup: D/d, TaM/TaM, PK Deficiency N/K, PRAb N/N which means he carries for dilute, is homozygous spotted, carries one copy of PK Deficiency but is not affected himself, and does not carry for PRAb.
Wes most recently tested negative for HCM in 2018 at six years old.
Wildernesswell Jacobite Rebellion - Rebel
A twelfth generation SBT Bengal down from Baghara Khan of Kent, Rebel made the trip from Scotland to California to bring over some genetics Jon didn't want to lose. Rebel's elongated, strongly pigmented rosettes are entwined with horizontal ribbons giving his coat a unique, wild look. He also brings in well set, wide based ears - a very rare characteristic of Bengal ears. His thick, powerful tail with excellent carriage polishes off his look.
Rebel's Genetic Lineup: C/cs, N/M4, PK Deficiency N/N, PRAb N/N which means Rebel carries for seal lynx and long hair. He is homozygous spotted, and he does not carry for PK Deficiency or PRAb. Rebel most recently tested HCM negative in 2019 at nearly four years old.