AQHA # 4014507
These bloodlines speak for themselves! This daughter of Bodee Boonsmal out of a Doc’s Oak mare came from the MillionHeir program and was due to be shown in the futurity - fully trained by Bill Freeman - when she came in 2 weeks prior with an eye injury that ended her career. Phil Hanson used her for a cutting clinic he put on here and was very impressed with her ability—and that was when she had been turned out for 3 years and was carrying her first foal! Now she raises babies for us. The only 2 who have been shown are NRCHA money earners--others have made super ranch horses.
Excellent bloodlines here—Smart Little Lena and Freckles Playboy for grandsires! This unshown mare’s dam (now deceased) produced offspring with over $60,000 NCHA earnings.
Lots of Doc O’Lena here with some King Fritz on the bottom. This unshown mare’s dam (now deceased) produced offspring with over $127,000 NCHA and $9,700 NRHA earnings as well as 32.5 AQHA performance points. Her babies have proven to be great learners, eager to please, great movers.
This nice roan mare goes to Grays Starlight on top and Smart Little Lena and King Fritz on the bottom. Great attitude, friendly mare who sure produces nice babies with lots of snap.
A really pretty race bred gray mare going back to Easy Jet and Dash for Cash. Her sire, Sweet Meet (Easy Jet) had a SI of 107, the same as her grandsire on the bottom side (Better Judgement-a son of Dash For Cash). Another of our ranch/rodeo producers with speed and cow bred in. She’s our only mare who went straight to the broodmare bunch with her previous owner so she isn’t a “people” horse, but her colts gentle down nicely and are good to work with.
A small but very thick mare—and her babies grow up to be some of our biggest ones! She’s by a CD Olena son out of our old Doc Bar bred cutting mare who took our daughter through high school rodeo. Her colts are good minded, quick learners, and are super quick athletes.
This appendix mare produces friendly, sensible, great looking babies. She goes back to Clark’s Doc Bar on top and her dam ran out over $9,000 back in the early 1990’s. Her 2012 baby is proving to be a super colt-to-maturity 4-H project.