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5/5/2006  AQHA  (#4814253) Bay  Mare  15.0HH
Foothills Beau Dunit Hollywood Dun It Hollywood Jac 86
Blossom Berry
Freckles Beau Colonel Freckles
Pretty Bar Beau
HQH Wildwood San Hickory Dickory Nic Pepinics Master
Miss Hickory San
HQH Blue Jax Blueboy Quincy
Fire Red Miss

This gorgeous mare has the pedigree and temperament to raise some outstanding foals. She is by our stallion Foothills Beau Dunit, who is an NRHA Money Earner with his AQHA Performance ROM, and own son of the legendary NRHA Hall of Famer and All-Time Leading Sire Hollywood Dun It, whose offspring have now surpassed five million dollars in earnings! Hollywood Dun It held titles such as NRHA Derby Champion, Superstakes Champion, and Futurity Reserve Champion, but his true mark was made in his siring abilities. His get include many AQHA and NRHA World and Reserve World Champions, as well as Champions of numerous Futurities, Derbies, Superstakes, Breeders Classic, Quarter Horse Congress, even a European Champion, and much more. Beau Dunit's grandsire, NRHA World Champion/Hall of Famer Hollywood Jac 86 sired many World and Reserve World Champion reiners and NRHA Money Earners, and is by World Champion/Hall of Fame Producer Easter King. Beau Dunit's dam Freckles Beau is a proven producer of several money and point earners totaling in excess of $70,000, and she is an own daughter of the legendary cutting horse and outstanding sire Colonel Freckles, who was inducted into AQHA's Hall of Fame in 2004. He was the 1976 NCHA Futurity Champion, and had NCHA earnings of $46,305. He produced World and Reserve World Champions, with a total of 416 performing foals who have earned 2,720 AQHA Points, 66 Registers of Merit, and combined NCHA/NRHA/NRCHA Earnings in excess of $4 million. He was by NCHA Money Earner and World Champion Producer Jewel's Leo Bars (sire of the AQHA World Champion Cutting Horse Freckles Playboy), and was out of Christy Jay, dam of many NCHA Money Earners and a daughter of Superior Cutting/AQHA Champion/NCHA Money Earner Rey Jay. This mare's dam is by an own son of Pepinics Master (NCHA COA, Bronze, and Earnings of $21,864, with Equi-stat Offspring LTE CUT Earnings of $338,135). Also on the top side of her dam's papers are Master Remedy (NCHA Platinum Award, $194,508 LTE-CUT Earnings, and Sire of Multiple World Champions, including Offspring with Equi-stat Offspring LTE CUT Earnings of $218,746), NCHA Futurity Champion mare Pepinic ($42,400 NCHA Earnings) and AQHA High Point Performance Cutting Horse Doc's Hickory (Sire of 9 World and 13 Reserve World Champions, and Offspring with NCHA/NRHA/NRCHA combined Earnings in excess of $18 million, as well as 7,287 AQHA Points to date). Her dam is out of a daughter of the 16.1 hh Halter Point earning stallion Blueboy Quincy (Sire of Reserve World Champion, Superior Halter, Superior Performance, AQHA High Point Performance, and AQHA Champion Offspring, as well as Quarter Horse Congress Get Winners). He is a son of Top Ten World Show Producer Joe Quincy (21 Halter Points), who is by Multiple World/Reserve World Champion Producer Sir Quincy Dan (20 Halter Points). Others in her dam's 4th generation include horses such as NCHA Futurity Champion Doc's Remedy (NCHA LTE: $47,453, 1.0 Halter and 7.0 Performance Points, with Equi-stat Offspring LTE CUT Earnings of $1,157,703), the legendary cutting horse Peppy San Badger (Hall of Fame, Reserve World Champion, $172,711 NCHA Earnings, NCHA Futurity/Derby/Finals Champion, and Sire of Offspring earning well beyond $21 million with NRHA/NCHA/NRCHA), AQHA Hall of Fame Inductee Doc Bar (whose offspring have earned 6 World Championships, more than $3.2 million in NCHA winnings, and 8,894 total AQHA points) and World Champion Cutting Horse/Hall of Famer Peppy San (NCHA Earnings of $49,478, 26.0 Halter and 180.0 Performance Points, with Multiple World/Reserve World Champion Offspring, and Equi-stat Offspring LTE CUT Earnings of $2,788,316). As you can imagine, we expect some extremely nice prospects from this fine mare !

Mare entry created (10/28/2009)
Last Modified on (5/7/2019)