This page contains sires relevant to our bloodlines, and are not necessarily owned by 17 Ranch. The stats listed for each sire were correct to the best of our knowlege when each horse was last updated.
17 Ranch is proud to announce our new stallion, Bob’s Golden Acre.
Bob’s Golden Acre is an own son of the Hall of Fame horse, Bob Acre Doc, who was twice World Champion and won well over $400,000 in cutting and I almost 40 years later is STILL listed as #16 in the Equistat All-Time Leading Sires of Cutting as of 2011 with Money Earners of almost $10 million dollars in 2012.
In the January 1,2012 issue of ‘Quarter Horse News,’ Bob Acre Doc daughters are listed in Equistat’s “Magic Cross” with Smart Little Lena, Peppy San Badger, Dual Rey, CD Olena, Peponita, Dual Pep, Nitas Wood, Mecom Blue, Playdox, TR Dual Rey, Boonlight Dancer, WR This Cats Smart, Somebody Smart, Lenas Telesis, and Cats Merada.
We are very meticulous when it comes to choosing the right stallion for each mare, as the mares have always been the base of our program, but we feel Bob will enhance our program and yours.
An outstanding individual with exceptional disposition and conformation, we know through his progeny that he is a sire, not just another stallion and outproduces himself with only limited get on the ground.
Bobs Golden Acre is a broodmare sire, as well as sire of conformation, laid back disposition, and a ton of ‘cow’.
He has a palomino son standing in South Dakota, and we were impressed with Bob and his colts, so he is now here in Montana.
We are very pleased with our 2012 foals and look forward to riding them.
Bob Acre Doc's winning the 1991 NCHA Open World Championship, rode by Sam Wilson
Cats Highlight is a sorrel stallion by High Brow Cat and out of Almost Starlight by Grays Starlight. His sire High Brow Cat is a great leading NCHA sire which has lifetime earnings of over $110,000 and offspring earning in excess of $12 million, including numerous champions.
His dam Almost Starlight is an NCHA money earner and AQHA open performance points winner that qualified in the AQHA Open and Youth Cutting World Show. She is by the great sire Grays Starlight, a leading sire of aged event money earners, exceeding $9 million and ranks as one of the top 15 All-time Leading Cutting Sires and has sired multiple champions.
Cats Highlight’s pedigree has one of the most impressive female lines in the industry. His brothers and sisters in bloodlines have been outstanding performers and one of them was Highlight Cat, the Non Pro NCHA Futurity Reserve Champion. Cats Highlight exemplifies the exceptional, all-around versatility shown by the offspring of his sire High Brow Cat.
Beginning as a two year old Cats Highlight was trained as a reining horse, before being shown he was taken to a different trainer and was put on a cow. He exhibited excellent grace, style, and ability. Unfortunately because of a divorce the owners then did not show him in either disciplines and put him up for sale, his show career was cut short. The 73 Ranch purchased Cats Highlight and since then Cats Highlight has been put back on cattle and has been taken to some jackpot team ropings. He won a buckle at his first jackpot in heeling.
What Cats Highlight lacks in his show record, he makes up for as a sire. His offspring are powerful athletes with great dispositions and promising futures. Cats Highlight has the impressive tendency to out produce himself, with gorgeous foals. His first foal crop will be of performing age in 2007 and excellent to train. The future soon will become now for horses sired by this awesome stallion. Cats Highlight is regally bred on both sides of his pedigree and is poised to continue a legacy of excellence through his offspring in the performance arenas.
This stallion offers all the breeding a cutter could want. His sire CD OLENA producing offspring earning almost $5,000,000, the 2003 Equi-stat #1 Leading Cutting Sire. This stallion’s dam, Dualin Boonjos (deceased) LTE $4838, is a full sister to Autumn Boon LTE $259,685, Duals Blue Boon LTE $197,449, and Royal Blue Dually LTE $86,304. He is professionally trained in cutting. First foal crop was born in 2002.
CGOS PEPTO QUIXOTE -- affectionately known as “Chigger” is a bay roan stallion by Peptoboonsmal and out of Otro Mundo by Doc Quixote.
His sire Peptoboonsmal is ranked the Top Leading Sire of 6 year olds and in the top 15 of All-Time Leading Cutting Sires with offspring earnings of over $6.3 million and includes numerous champions.
His dam Otro Mundo is an NCHA money earner and producer of NCHA money earners and AQHA performers. She is an own daughter of Doc Quixote, who ranks in the top 10 of All-Time Leading Cutting Sires, with offspring earnings in excess of $8.4 million and Maternal Grandsire of over $12 million. Chigger’s second dam is an own daughter of Sugar Bars, making him a very versatile and beautifully bred individual.
Since his few shows last year he has exceeded all expectations in the cutting pen and won over $3000 in NCHA earnings. Chigger was the 2005 year-end MCHA $1000 Novice Horse winner and third in the MCHA $3000 Novice Horse. His full brother is a Superior Reiner and stands at the Babcock Ranch in Texas. Although Chigger’s striking color is the first thing to catch your eye, he also has a great mind, good bone, and awesome athleticism, which he is showing in his foals. Chigger is still being shown and his offspring will be coming of showing age in 2007. Chigger’s great personality and ability is showing in his foals and he should produce some awesome future cutters, team penners, working cowhorses, and reiners.
NCHA MONEY EARNER $3000+ and is still being shown.
Golden Dually is a 1999 golden palomino, son of Dual Pep. Dual Pep is the nation’s # 6 all-time sire of NCHA money earners and the # 2 All-Time Leading active sire. His stud fee is $12,000. Dual Pep’s get have won over 15 million dollars in cutting competition. The 2002 AQHA World Show “Superhorse” was a Dual Pep son, winning the title in Heading, Heeling, Calf Roping, and Working Cow Horse. Golden Dually is also double bred Peppy San Badger, the #3 All-Time leading sire of cutting horses whose get have won over $20 million. Golden Dually's dam is CJ Honey, raised and trained by Buster Welch. She is by CJ Sugar who is a full brother in blood to Colonel Freckles.
Golden Dually is the essence of a stock horse. He is tough, athletic, smart and even-tempered, and he hunts a cow. He stands 15H with good bone, has outstanding conformation and a great disposition. As a 9th generation palomino back to Skipper W, he has thrown his beautiful color on his colts, including buckskin.
“Dually” is a professionally trained cutting horse and has shown in three major NCHA futurity events: Silverado on the Brazos, the Waco Futurity and the Abilene Spectacular. He is continuing his show career in Montana as a cutter, a reined cow horse, and a rope horse. He won Reserve in the 3500 Hackamore Stallion Stakes class at the Montana Reined Cow Horse Futurity in 2004.
Handle Bar Doc is the only World Champion son of Doc Bar. He was the 1983 NCHA Open World Champion, is a member of the NCHA Hall of Fame, Platinum Award winner and earner of $182,000 in NCHA. He has sired 53 AQHA point-earners and 92 money-earners with total earnings in excess of $1,000,000.
Diamond is a young stallion we think will fulfill his destiny as a sire of first class performance horses. His conformation is impeccable, his disposition is second to none, and we hope you will agree, through his progeny, he passes his disposition, athleticism and good looks.
Our first foal crop by Diamond out of our mares arrived spring of 2010.
This stallion has earned almost $13,000 in NCHA money, has 7 Performance Points, COA, and was an NCHA Open Futurity Finalist. His offspring, with 22 Performers, have earned $108,181.25, and over 23 Performance Points in the NCHA and NRHA as of Aug. 2009. He has proven himself both in the show pen and the breeding pen to be a great sire.
Sired by NCHA Triple Crown Winner of over $637,707, Docs Okie Quixote. Docs Okie Quixote sired only two crops of 103 foals, of which 49 were Performers. That’s 48% Performers, from only 2 crops. His dam, Poco Pines Dyna, produced 16 foals, 8 of which are Performers, meaning his dam also produced 50% Performers, including multiple ROM’s and over 170 Performance Points. Poco Okie Doke is carrying on these strong 'black type’ genetics of quality you can use in your program.
Poco Okie Doke:
NCHA Offspring Earners (partial list)
NCHA Open Futurity Finalist 1989
Sunbelt Futurity placed 6th 1989
Kansas Maturity 5th place 1990
AQHA High Point Junior Cutting 10th place 1990
AQHA World Show Junior Cutting 6th place 1990
Okies Party Doll, $18,474
Pod N Me, $17,382
Poco Sugar Chex, $25,518
Docs Bailey Poco, $20,364
Okies Silver N Gold, $12,000
NCHA Performance Record
NCHA WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP CUTTING HORSE FUTURITY
SUNBELT CUTTING HORSE FUTURITY FOR 4 YEAR OLDS (6th)
KANSAS CUTTING HORSE ASSOCIATION MATURITY FOR 4 YR OLD (5th)
Randle Doc, unfortunately was never shown. He was being trained for the cutting futurities when an unfortunate accident caused him to lose one eye, thereby ending his chance at a career. One look at his pedigree, and you can see what a true loss this was. Not only was his sire Doc O'Lena, legend for being the first horse ever to 'sweep' the NCHA Open Futurity Championship, but his dam Freckles Randle is an impressive producer on her own, with an offspring earnings of $72,684. Just look at his family's stats (below), including his four full brothers and sisters.
Doc O'Lena (Doc Bar x Poco Lena)
NCHA Open Futurity Champion
NCHA Earnings: $21,992
World Champion Sire
Reserve World Champion Sire
Superior Performance Sire
AQHA Champion Sire
NRHA et Money-earners
ROM Performance Sire
Working Cow Horse Get earners
Offspring Lifetime Cutting Earnings: $14.5+ million
Sire of a Record 36 NCHA Futurity Finalist
Doc Olena Last (Doc O'Lena x Freckles Randle)
Lenas Fine Freckle (Doc O'Lena x Freckles Randle)
Heartland Futurity 4 Year Old Open money earner
1999 CHAN Futurity 5 and 6 Year Old Open Champion
1999 NCHA Summer Cutting Spectacular 5 and 6 Year Old $50,000 Amateur finalist
1999 All American Amateur Tournament Cutting $2,500 Amateur money earner, and $50,000 Non Pro money earner
2000 CHAN Futurity $2,000 Open Champion
Sire of money earning offspring
AQHA point earner
1994 PCCHA Futurity 3rd 3 Year Old Open
1994 Northwest Futurity 3 Year Old Open finalist
1995 NCHA Super Stakes 4 Year Old Open semifinalist
1996 Montana Futurity 5 and 6 Year Old Open finalist
This stallion is out of NCHA money earning parents. His sire, San Colonel is an NCHA money earner of over $12,000 and is an own son of Peppy San Badger. His dam, Bit A Colonel is also an NCHA money earner and an own daughter of Colonel Freckles. His pedigree cross of Colonel Freckles and 'Little Peppy' have already been proven time and time again.
He produces foals with versatility ability, and gorgeous conformation. His babies have outstanding muscle and bone structure.
Smart Instant Choice is sired by SR Instant Choice, who is the 2006 Equi-Stat #9 Leading Cutting Sire, and an All-Time Leading Cutting Sire, siring the earners of over $4,300,000. SR Instant Choice himself has NCHA earnings of $102,512.00; winning events such as the All American Quarter Horse Congress Classic/Challenge in 1994 and 1995. He has six top five aged event finishes, tied for Reserve Champion at the Northwest Derby and was a finalist at the NCHA Derby and congress Spring Spectacular in 1993.
His dam Smart Millilena, is an own daughter of both Smart Little Lena, and Millie Montana (1990 NCHA Open Futurity Champion).