Here's a good dun mare that goes back to Hollywood Dun Iton her topside. Hollywood Dun Its offspring have now surpassed $7 million dollars in combined earnings! Sadly now deceased, his legacy lives on.
Hollywood Dun It is a literal icon in the reining horse industry, never to be forgotten. Among his own credits are 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. Hollywood Dun It's sire is NRHA World Champion/Hall of Famer Hollywood Jac 86. He was two time NRHA Non-Pro World Champion and the first stallion to ever become a million-dollar sire. Today his progeny earnings stand at $1.6+ million. He sired many World and Reserve World Champion reiners and NRHA Money Earners. Hollywood Dun It's dam Blossom Berry was an NRHA money-winner and an AQHA point-earner. She produced 10 foals, and her offspring earnings among her seven performers total $45,664+. Her dam The Style of Dunitis out of Kalico Pie; producer of AQHA World Champion, Top 10 World show and NRHA Money Earners. Appearing on her bottom side is Doc's Lynxwho was a son of Doc Barwho would in his career sire NCHA earners of more than $4.7 million. Doc's Lynx was a NCHA money earning stallion and proven producer many of Hall of Fame;NCHA World champion;NCHA Superior Performance;AQHA High Point Performance ROM performance;Racing;NRHA and NCHA money earners;Barrel racing and Halter Point Earners. Kaliman One of the leading NRHA maternal sires. His daughter foals of earned over $663,000. An AQHA Champion and Superior halter horse himself. Kaliman was one those top horses from late 70s and 80s. He sired some top show horses in all events and later proved to be excellent broodmares, particularly raising reining horses. With these type of bloodlines crossed onto our stallions, should produce great offspring.
Last Modified on (5/17/2022)