SNAPPY MARLENA

SNAPPY MARLENA

QUELQUES GRANDS CHAMPIONS QUE NOUS RETROUVONS DANS LE PEDIGRE DE SNAPPY:
SOME GREAT CHAMPIONS WE CAN FIND IN SNAPPY PEDIGREE:

SNAPPER CAL BAR

NCHA Futurity Open Finalist 1984
NCHA Futurity Non Pro Champion 1984
Wtcha Non pro Champion 1985
Pccha Derby Non pro Champion 1985
NCHA Derby Open Champion 1985
Bonanza Cutting Champion 1985
West Oklahoma Cutting Horse Association Champion 1986
Reno Celebrity Ct Classic Reserve Champion 1987
Abilene Summer Circuit Champion 1987
AQHA cutting All Ages Champion Western European Championship Americana 1988
European Championship Cutting Open Champion Americana 1990
AQHA European Sr Cutting Champion Aachen 1991
Icha Maturity Open Champion 1992

NCHA $248,987 COA NCHA Non-Pro Futurity Champion NCHA Open Derby Co-Champion Breeding Stallion in Italy.
Sire of many Champions.
 Actual winning get:
 2003 Open Derby NRHA of Germany,
 2003. 2004 Open + Non Pro Derby NRHA of Germany ,
2004 Italian Open Futurity and many more. Deceased.

SNAPPER CAL BAR

CAL BAR

Top Ten World Show
NCHA money-earner
ROM Performance
STALLION OFFSPRING RECORD FOR CAL BAR
World Champion Offspring
Reserve World Champion Offspring
Superior Performance Offspring
ROM Performance Offspring
NRHA Money-earners
NCHA Money-earners
Halter Point Earners

SMART PEPPY LENA
AQHA H-0/P-42.5
(10 cutting, 26 reining, 6.5 wch)
NRHA - $7,164
NCHA $1,993
LTE $14,515
Progeny :
NCHA - $17,161,
NRHA - $159,161,
 NRCHA - $3,936.
Full brother:
Smart Little Lena and Smart Peppy Doc.

DOC BAR
AQHA Show H-36/P-0
ROM Halter
AQHA Race SI-75/A
4-0-0-1, $95
died July 20, 1992
leading sire of AQHA Champions,
 NCHA Champions, and Arena ROMs. Offspring earned $1,178,484 in cutting.
SIRE OF:
 World Champion 9,
 Reserve World Champion 4,
 Top Ten World Show Offspring,
Superior Halter.
AQHA Hall of Fame
75%fnd.

DOC BAR

PEPPY SAN
World Champion Cutting Horse
100% NFQHA
AQHA H-26/P-180
AQHA Champion
ROM Halter
ROM Cutting
Superior Cutting
AQHA Hall Of Fame
NCHA Hall Of Fame.
1967 AQHA High Point Cutting Stallion,
World Champion Cutting Horse,
NCHA LTE $49,478,
 COA, Bronze, Silver Award
Sire of 221 perfs incl NCHA money earners,
World Champion cutting horses, Superior Perfs, and AQHA Hall of Fame.
 Sired earners of $10.6 million.
died 4/26/1989

PEPPY SAN
PEPPY SAN
PEPPY SAN

MR GUN SMOKE
Minimal splashed white overo
71 Performance Points
1967 Arena ROM - Cutting
1980 NRCHA Hall of Fame
2008 NRHA Hall of Fame
1968 Superior Cutting Horse
NCHA Money Earner (LTE $8,476.44)
NCHA Certificate of Ability (COA)

Stallion Offspring Record for Mr Gun Smoke
Hall of Fame Offspring:
Reserve World Champion Offspring
Superior Performance Offspring
AQHA High Point Performance Offspring
AQHA Champion Offspring
ROM Performance Offspring
NRHA Money-earners
NCHA Money-earners
NRCHA Money-earners
Halter Point Earners

MR GUN SMOKE

DOC O'LENA
1970 NCHA Futurity Champion.
 NCHA LTE: $21,991.93.
A Leading Sire and Leading Maternal Grandsire NCHA Money Earners.
AQHA Hall Of Fame.
Sire Of Multiple NCHA Hall Of Fame.
 

Doc O`Lena was foaled in 1967, the offspring of Doc Bar and Poco Lena. He is one of only two horses in the American Quarter Horse Hall of Fame with both parents also inductees. He was bred & owned by Dr. and Mrs. Stephen F. Jensen of Paicines, California at the time of registration. The Jensens hoped to sell Doc O`Lena while still a yearling to Don Dodge, who had trained the colt`s dam, Poco Lena, but Dodge thought the colt was too small to train as a cutting horse. So instead, the Jensens decided to keep the colt and have Shorty Freeman come look at him to see if Freeman wanted to train the colt. However Freeman did not have an auspicious beginning, as the first time Freeman tried to ride the green broke yearling, Doc O`Lena ran away. However, Freeman decided to take Doc O`Lena on, and said of the horse: “I didn`t train Doc O`Lena anyway, he trained himself. I knew about 30 days after I got him that he was an exceptional horse... I always had to ride him last in the training program, `cause if I didn`t, I`d be mad at all the other horses in the barn. He was just that good.” Mr. Freeman talked one of his clients into going into partnership with him and buying Doc O`Lena from the Jensens in April 1970 for $15,000. That December, Doc O`Lena was NCHA Futurity Champion, winning $17,357 for his new owners. In all, Doc O`Lena earned $21,991.93 in NCHA earnings, along with an NCHA Certificate of Ability. Among Doc O`Lena`s offspring were Doc Athena, Sugar Olena, Lenas Peppy, Smart Little Lena, and Todaysmyluckyday. His son Montana Doc is a member of the NCHA Hall of Fame. Doc O`Lena was the first NCHA Futurity winner to sire a Futurity winner when Lenaette won the Futurity in 1975. His son Smart Little Lena was the first winner of the NCHA triple crown. And in 1978, Doc O`Lena himself was syndicated for $2.1 million, at that time a record for the cutting horse industry. Doc O`Lena was inducted into the AQHA Hall of Fame.

DOC O'LENA
DOC O'LENA

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