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Doc Bar....sure don't make em like they used to. What a legend.


Doc O Lena, our other horse came from this line....... All three had Three Bars, one over and under.


Doc Bar was a quarter horse foundation stallion born in 1956. He was bred to be a race horse, was an amazing halter horse, and was best known for revolutionizing the cutting horse sport. His get and grandget are still out there and a big plus to anyone's herd.


Joe Hancock, Joe Reed, Joe Reed II and Little Joe – the name “Joe” is synonymous with American Quarter Horse stallions. All the Joes were legends in their own right, and Joe Cody was no different. Joe Cody was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 1995. Learn more about the AQHA Hall of Fame inductees at .


The late, great Smart Chic Olena, 1985-2012, rest in peace. This AQHA stallion has offspring earnings topping $ ten million in the reining, reined cow horse and cutting arenas. He sired 54 registered Paint Horses including APHA WC's Made In Montana, Smokin Chic Olena, and APHA RWC Olenas Conductor. Owner Bill Richardson said Smart Chic Olena spent his final months grazing peacefully in the pasture next to his longtime mare friend, Brooksinic.


Certain Potential 1996 AQHA Bay Stallion Sired By: Potential Investment Out of: Miss Surly Bars Superior Western Pleasure Horse World and Resv. World Champion Sire


The sorrel stallion had a busted knee and a stifle injury, yet Bud Warren paid $2,500 for 7-year-old Leo, and the state of Oklahoma laughed. It was not long before Leo quieted the critics. Leo P-1335 was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 1998. Learn more about the AQHA Hall of Fame inductees at .


Two Eyed Jack -the sorrel version of my roping horse, Buzzards Zanadoc