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CURRENT MARES

Strong Maternal Lines Are The Backbone of Any Great Program

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Letta Snazzyladydoit

OWN DAUGHTER OF LETTA HANK DO IT

This Junior AQHA World Champion and money earner is an own daughter of the great Letta Hank Do It and goes back to Bugs Alive In 75 and Harlan on the bottom side. 

Letta Hank Do It (palomino) by Snazzy Hank SI 104 is one of the INDUSTRY'S LEADING SIRES. A barrel futurity, derby, and WPRA money earner, with progeny earnings of almost $250,000. He is a brother to 6  Barrel Champions including FIRE WATER FLIT, sired by Barrel Champion Sire Snazzy Hank, and out of an AQHA Open Performance Champion Slash J Harletta, a dam of over $500,000 in earners. 

Bugs Alive in 75 is himself a World Champion, All American Futurity Winner, and has earned his Superior Performance. He has consistently been a Leading Broodmare Sire and the #1 Maternal Grandsire's list multiple times. 

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Lil Red Freckle Bars

Solid 2D Open and Junior Rodeo Performer

This mare is all cow and it shows. Conformationally correct and built like a ROCK. She's kid-safe and a proven producer. That's not even all. She performs as good as she looks. In the arena, she was a solid 2D Open and Junior Rodeo mount.

This dam's topline consists of NRHA Futurity and Derby Champion King Badger's Colonel, an own son of the great Colonel Freckles. 

Colonel Freckles earned $46,305 in NCHA money and has influenced the AQHA, NCHA, NRHA, and NRCHA with his offspring. Prominent horses he sired include Nu Cash (earned $100,000+ and was consistently listed as a leading sire of working cow horses since 1995), Colonel Lil, Colonel Leo Bar, Freckles Fantasy, The Nu Colonel, Charter Colonel, Freckles Top Brass, King Badger's Colonel, and Freckle Kid. 

Her dam side contains Pco Easter Chex, who is an own son of Bueno Chex, a full brother to AQHA Champion mare My Lady Chex.

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OMS Tealic

Own daughter of Alive N Firen

Sired by Alive N Firen, the 2007 Reserve Leading Future Fortunes Sire, 2007 & 2008 Leading WPRA Pro Elite Stallion Incentive Sire. Alive N Firen has sired multiple 1D and futurity horses, including Brittany Pozzi Tonozzi's 2009 World's Barrel Racing Champion and 2011 AQHA/PRCA Horse of the Year Yeah Hes Firen.  

Alive N Firen is by the legendary Fire Water Flit, who has sired earners of over $5 Million with Futurity and Derby Champions across THREE DECADES. He has sired more champions in every division than any other stallion. 

Aside from his own prodigeous breeding record, Fire Water Flit is by the race-bred Flit Bar who went on to sire both race and arena winners and out of the AQHA Champion and NFR Qualifying mare Slash J Harletta. Slash J Harletta has produced several NFR Qualifiers and prominent barrel horse sires like Letta Hank Do It and Fire Water Flit.

Alive N Firen is out of the great producing Bugs Alive in 75 AAA daughter WhichWitch S Witch - SI 95.

OMS Tealic's dam, Some Kinda Pistol, was sired by Mescalero Pete who was sired by Race ROM and Multiple Stakes Winner Some Kinda Man. Some Kinda Man earned $94,798 while on the track and was a leading sire of Race ROMS and money earners. 

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Docs Depth Charge

Gentle, conformationally correct, and bred to perform

Sired by Cut N Doc, an own son of Doc Wilson, a 1983 NCHA Top 5 NCHA champion and earner of $124,614. 

Doc Wilson was sired by the famous Doc Bar, a leading sire of both NCHA futurity winners, world champions, and top ten horses. A leading sire of cutting horse winners of over $9 million and a leading paternal grandsire of foals with over $5 million in earnings, Doc Bar sired 485 foals who earned over 7,000 halter and performance points and 27 AQHA Champions. 

Doc Wilson's dam, Jazzy Socks was by Royal King. A 3/4 sister to Royal Jazzy and was the NCHA Futurity Non-Pro Reserve Champion in 1969. She went on to produce Son of a Doc and NCHA Hall of Famer Doc Wilson. 

Cut N Doc's dam was by the successful performance horse sire, Gay Bar King, who earned himself 13 halter and 6 performance points and rated a speed index of 75. Gay Bar King sired 131 performance foals out of 1,154 that earned 2,049.5 AQHA open performance points and 33 halter horses who earned 355 AQHA points. 

Docs Depth Charge is out of Passemtothemoon, who was by Pass 'Em Up (a Thoroughbred), a winner of $56,530. Pass 'Em Up was by Noholme II, America's Champion freshman sire of 1966. Noholme II would lead the American Jourvenile sire list by number of winners in 1967, and ranked 3rd on the general sires list for 1969. 

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Shakem Rare

Gentle, conformationally correct, and bred to perform

This barrel-racing broodmare is an AAA-producing daughter of Multiple Graded Stakes Winner Royal Shake Em who earned an SI 104 and $257,009 on the track. Royal Shake Em won or placed in 21 of his 26 starts. He won, among others the Longhorn (G3) and Sam Houston Futurities (G1), came in second in the American Derby (G1), Manor Downs Futurity (G1), and Manor Downs Laddie Futurity (G3), and came in third in the Sam Houston Derby (G2)

As a sire, he has progeny earnings of $13 Million including racehorses and 1D and rodeo circuit winners in the barrel pen.

Notable progeny include AQHA Horse Of The Year KR Montanna Shake Em, who also earned a World Championship in Steer Wrestling; multiple graded stakes winner Make Em Shake ($338,287); G2 winner Sixy Royal King ($230,305); and Canada Hi-Point Aged Gelding One Kool Shake ($217,257).

He is also a proven broodmare sire in both rodeo and the track, being the broodmare sire of Hailey Kinsel's DM Sissy Hayday "Sister", who has won over $1 Million in career earnings. 

Royal Shake Em is an own son of leading sire Royal Quick Dash and out of Broodmare Of The Year Shake Em Six. 

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Red Hot Bunny

Race-bred top and bottom. Loaded with BLACK TYPE.

This mare is loaded with black type. By Red Hot Pursuit and out of Hurrah Bunny. Going back 5 generations, this mare's pedigree has 7 Hall of Fame Inductees and 26 AAA, AAAT, Superiors, and ROM earners, making 42% of her lineage comprising of standout horses on the racetrack and breeding shed.

Red Hot Bunny is by Red Hot Pursuit (On The Money Red x Our Bright Morning).

 

The immortal On The Money Red (Bennies Big Red x Dolly Priest) was an AQHA multiple graded stakes winner, earning an SI-103. During his race career, he earned $32,358 ($155,600 in today's money) and was named the 1981 Florida Running Horse of the Year. His impact on both race and barrel horses cannot be understated. He is a 6 time World Champion Barrel Horse sire, sire of both champion racehorse and champion barrel horse progeny. 

PGE: $9.9+ MILLION. Top Progeny include World Championship Barrel Futurity Champion SR Red Ryder ($114,163); 5-time NFR qualifier, WPRA Horse of the Year, 3x Calcagry Stampede 50,000 Round Winner Speed Money; AQHA World Champion Senior Barrel Racing horse, multiple derby and futurity finalist Designer Red who produced progeny earning $1.5 MILLION, including Slick By Design; futurity horse, Ears My Money ($44,631); barrel futurity winner, VF Lady In Red ($24,318); Cause I Like Money ($18,994); Red's Moneys Ready ($18,308); and Taylor Fallon's NFR horse, Flowers And Money ($6,680).

 

On The Money Red is by AAA and ROM earner, Bennies Big Red who earned an SI-99 and $23,048 ($197,089 in today's money).

 

Red Hot Pursuit's dam, Our Bright Morning was a race money earner and sired by the AAA and ROM-earning stallion, Lous Kinnipper.

 

Lous Kinniper was a stakes winner, earning an SI-98 and $15,695, and out of the race money-earning mare Charging Lady Bar.

 

Red Hot Bunny's dam is race money earner, Hurrah Bunny, by Last Hurrah and out of Crafty Bunny.

 

Last Hurrah was unraced but instrumental to the industry as a sire. He is the sire of World Champion, Top Ten World Show, Superior Performance, Race Get Money-Earners, Race ROM, and Performance Point-Earners. His progeny have won over $1.3 MILLION. Last Hurrah beat Dash For Cash, Streakin Six, and Beduino in 1988's Leading Sires of Two-Year-Old Winners. That same year, he was the Leading Sire of Money-Earners, Two-Year-Old Money-Earners and Winners. He sired 20 stakes winners and stakes-placed runners. Notable progeny include: multiple graded stakes winner and Champion 2-Year-Old Running Gelding, Face In The Crowd (SI-101 - $616,197); graded stakes winner of $73,814, High Rollin Texan (SI-98); multiple stakes winner of $61,422, Texas Hurrah (SI-109); and Humble Stan, who earned 172 performance points.

 

Hurrah Bunny's dam, Crafty Bunny was herself a race money earner by Crafty Actor and out of Miss Tonto Bunny.

 

Easy Jet, needs no introduction, being a Hall of Fame inductee by Jet Deck and out of Lenas Bar. Easy Jet dominated on the track as an AAAT multiple-stakes winner of an astounding $443,723 (over 4 MILLION in today's money) while earning an SI-100. In 1969 Easy Jet was named World Champion Quarter Race Horse, Champion Quarter Race Stallion, and Champion Race 2YO Colt. In 1970, he was again named Champion Quarter Race Horse and Champion Quarter Race 3YO Colt. He also earned his Superior in racing. Easy Jet is known as a premier sire of outstanding mares. He has produced over 145 stakes winners and 149 stakes-placed runners. PGE: $26.2 MILLION.

 

Oh My Oh was a stakes-placed money earner of $12,592 by Spotted Bull, out of Miss Meyers. Oh My Oh clocked an SI-100, earned AAAT and ROM status, along with 34 AQHA points. She is the dam of multiple stakes winner of $201,716, Three Ohs (SI-100); multiple stakes-placed Oh Kathy Oh ($21,570); Texas Longhorn ($7,793); stakes-placed 21 And Change ($7,300); and Callmecutie ($2,247).

 

Crafty Bunny's sire was Thoroughbred, Crafty Actor. He was multiple stakes-placed and race winner of $42,074 ($452,765 in today's money). He went on to sire stakes-place, race winner, and AQHA ROM earner or $15,942, Lawton Craft ($101,419 in today's money).

 

Crafty Bunny's dam was AQHA Race AAA and ROM earner, Miss Tonto Bunny. Miss Tonto Bunny earned an SI-99 and $4,954 ($31,516 in today's earnings).

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One Red Hot Bunny

Race-bred top and bottom. Loaded with BLACK TYPE. Full sister to Red Hot Buny.

This mare is loaded with black type. By Red Hot Pursuit and out of Hurrah Bunny. Going back 5 generations, this mare's pedigree has 7 Hall of Fame Inductees and 26 AAA, AAAT, Superiors, and ROM earners, making 42% of her lineage comprising of standout horses on the racetrack and breeding shed.

Red Hot Bunny is by Red Hot Pursuit (On The Money Red x Our Bright Morning).

 

The immortal On The Money Red (Bennies Big Red x Dolly Priest) was an AQHA multiple graded stakes winner, earning an SI-103. During his race career, he earned $32,358 ($155,600 in today's money) and was named the 1981 Florida Running Horse of the Year. His impact on both race and barrel horses cannot be understated. He is a 6 time World Champion Barrel Horse sire, sire of both champion racehorse and champion barrel horse progeny. 

PGE: $9.9+ MILLION. Top Progeny include World Championship Barrel Futurity Champion SR Red Ryder ($114,163); 5-time NFR qualifier, WPRA Horse of the Year, 3x Calcagry Stampede 50,000 Round Winner Speed Money; AQHA World Champion Senior Barrel Racing horse, multiple derby and futurity finalist Designer Red who produced progeny earning $1.5 MILLION, including Slick By Design; futurity horse, Ears My Money ($44,631); barrel futurity winner, VF Lady In Red ($24,318); Cause I Like Money ($18,994); Red's Moneys Ready ($18,308); and Taylor Fallon's NFR horse, Flowers And Money ($6,680).

 

On The Money Red is by AAA and ROM earner, Bennies Big Red who earned an SI-99 and $23,048 ($197,089 in today's money).

 

Red Hot Pursuit's dam, Our Bright Morning was a race money earner and sired by the AAA and ROM-earning stallion, Lous Kinnipper.

 

Lous Kinniper was a stakes winner, earning an SI-98 and $15,695, and out of the race money-earning mare Charging Lady Bar.

 

Red Hot Bunny's dam is race money earner, Hurrah Bunny, by Last Hurrah and out of Crafty Bunny.

 

Last Hurrah was unraced but instrumental to the industry as a sire. He is the sire of World Champion, Top Ten World Show, Superior Performance, Race Get Money-Earners, Race ROM, and Performance Point-Earners. His progeny have won over $1.3 MILLION. Last Hurrah beat Dash For Cash, Streakin Six, and Beduino in 1988's Leading Sires of Two-Year-Old Winners. That same year, he was the Leading Sire of Money-Earners, Two-Year-Old Money-Earners and Winners. He sired 20 stakes winners and stakes-placed runners. Notable progeny include: multiple graded stakes winner and Champion 2-Year-Old Running Gelding, Face In The Crowd (SI-101 - $616,197); graded stakes winner of $73,814, High Rollin Texan (SI-98); multiple stakes winner of $61,422, Texas Hurrah (SI-109); and Humble Stan, who earned 172 performance points.

 

Hurrah Bunny's dam, Crafty Bunny was herself a race money earner by Crafty Actor and out of Miss Tonto Bunny.

 

Easy Jet, needs no introduction, being a Hall of Fame inductee by Jet Deck and out of Lenas Bar. Easy Jet dominated on the track as an AAAT multiple-stakes winner of an astounding $443,723 (over 4 MILLION in today's money) while earning an SI-100. In 1969 Easy Jet was named World Champion Quarter Race Horse, Champion Quarter Race Stallion, and Champion Race 2YO Colt. In 1970, he was again named Champion Quarter Race Horse and Champion Quarter Race 3YO Colt. He also earned his Superior in racing. Easy Jet is known as a premier sire of outstanding mares. He has produced over 145 stakes winners and 149 stakes-placed runners. PGE: $26.2 MILLION.

 

Oh My Oh was a stakes-placed money earner of $12,592 by Spotted Bull, out of Miss Meyers. Oh My Oh clocked an SI-100, earned AAAT and ROM status, along with 34 AQHA points. She is the dam of multiple stakes winner of $201,716, Three Ohs (SI-100); multiple stakes-placed Oh Kathy Oh ($21,570); Texas Longhorn ($7,793); stakes-placed 21 And Change ($7,300); and Callmecutie ($2,247).

 

Crafty Bunny's sire was Thoroughbred, Crafty Actor. He was multiple stakes-placed and race winner of $42,074 ($452,765 in today's money). He went on to sire stakes-place, race winner, and AQHA ROM earner or $15,942, Lawton Craft ($101,419 in today's money).

 

Crafty Bunny's dam was AQHA Race AAA and ROM earner, Miss Tonto Bunny. Miss Tonto Bunny earned an SI-99 and $4,954 ($31,516 in today's earnings).

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