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Lightning Bar 1951; Sorrel; Three Bars x Della P Stallion Show Record AQHA Champion, '55 O ROM Performance, '53 RC Halter Point Earner Halter Points: 18; SI: 95; AAA: AAA; Race: $1,491; Wins: 4; Stallion Offspring Record Hall of Fame Offspring, AQHA Supreme Champion Offspring Superior Halter Offspring AQHA Champion Offspring ROM Performance Offspring Race ROM Offspring Race Money-earners AQHA Offspring Record Total Points Earned: 633.5; Reg Foals: 148; Number Shown: 118; Point Earners: 22; Halter Points Earned: 421; Halter Point Earners: 21; Superior Halter Awards: 4; Performance Points Earned: 212.5; Performance Point Earners: 9; Performance ROMS: 4; Supreme Champions: 1; AQHA Champions: 5; Total Superior Awards: 4; Total ROM's: 4; Race Earnings: $477,437; Stakes Winners: 6; 90+ ROMS: 40; 100+ ROMS: 7; Race ROMS: 77; Superior Race: 7; Race World Champions: 2; Race World Championships: 2; Race Offspring Wins: 325; AQHA Offspr NCHA LTE: $1,163 Outstanding Offspring Cactus Comet, AAA; AQHA Champion Doc Bar, AQHA Hall of Fame Light Bar, AAA, '60 Co-Champion Qrt Running 3-Yr-Old Lightning Belle, $60,134 RC Lightning Rey, AAA; Supreme Champion; Superior HLT; 50 HLT, 93.5 Perf Pts., AQHA Champion Pana Bar, AAA; AQHA Champion; 51 RC, 52 HLT, 41 Perf Pts. (RN, WP, TR)
Lightning Bar-A Lesson in Diversity (STORY) Who would have ever thought that a racehorse would end up founding not only one dynasty, but two, but that neither dynasty would be in racing? The stallion Lightning Bar was bred and raised by Art Pollard of Sonoita, Arizona. American Quarter Horse Association records list him as a 1951 sorrel sired by the immortal thoroughbred, Three Bars, and out of the Doc Horn mare, Della P. On paper, Lightning Bar was a racehorse, and he did have a successful career on the track, starting ten times as a two-year-old. He posted four wins, and placed in two stakes races. Lightning Bar earned a total of $1,491 and received a Register of Merit for his efforts, posting a top speed index rating of 95. However, Lightning Barâ€™s greatest contributions were yet to come. The good-looking colt retired from the track and entered the show ring.. Once again, Lightning Bar came through, standing grand and reserve, earning eighteen halter points, and ultimately attaining an AQHA Championship. Lightning Bar entered the breeding shed in 1954, and during the first couple of years had limited interest, until 1957, when his popularity skyrocketed. That season, 102 mares were booked to him. Perhaps the success of two daughters had something to do with his increased popularity; Fantasy and Hula Baby both earned AAA ratings on the track. The 1956 colt, Pana Bar, was named Co-Champion Quarter Running 2-year-old colt in 1958. He went on to become an AAA AQHA Champion with a Superior in halter. However, it was another colt from the 1956 crop that made Lightning Bar a major force in the quarter horse industry. The Texas Dandy mare, Dandy Doll, was bred to Lightning Bar in 1955, and in due course delivered an attractive colt who received the name Doc Bar. Unfortunately, Doc Bar was not a racehorse and had a very short career at the track. He did do well when shown at halter; earning 36 points and standing grand ten times and reserve champion once. After being named Grand Champion at the Cow Palace in San Francisco in 1962, Dr. and Mrs. Stephen Jensen of California purchased Doc Bar from his breeders, Tom and Jack Finley. They stood him at stud and Doc Barâ€™s success as a halter sire was immediate. However, his popularity rose to new heights when they crossed their pretty stallion on chunky working-type mares sired by such stallions as Poco Tivio and King P-234. With the offspring of these mares, Doc Bar redefined the cutting horse, changing not only how they looked, but also how they moved. Doc Barâ€™s impact has been so strong that his grandchildren and great grandchildren are still dominating cutting today. He is a member of the American Quarter Horse Associationâ€™s Hall of Fame and is listed as the sire of numerous inductees in the National Cutting Horse Associationâ€™s Hall of Fame. Doc is credited with siring 27 AQHA Champions, placing him seventh on the AQHA All-Time Leading Sires List for that category. It is difficult to estimate the earnings Doc Bar offspring accumulated, because many were never shown AQHA, however a safe guess would put that figure in the nine million dollar range. Lightning Bar was not finished putting his mark on the horse world. In 1960, he sired a daughter who was to go on and become the dam of a superstar. Her name was Glamour Bars, and in 1969, she produced a colt by Lucky Bar (TB). This colt went on to transform the look of the halter horse, not only quarter horses, but paints and appaloosas as well. His name was Impressive. Impressive was named the 1974 AQHA World Champion Aged Halter Stallion. His success as a sire was evident that year as well; his son, Impressor, was named World Champion Yearling Stallion. Again, according to AQHA records, he went on to sire 133 Open Superior Halter Horses, with his offspring earning 15,910.5 points in halter. He sired 23 Open World Champions and five Year-End High Point Winners. Impressive is on the All-time Leading Sireâ€™s List for AQHA Champions with 21. What is even more amazing is how dominant the Impressive line has become. Impressiveâ€™s sons and grandsons were carbon copies of the stallion and they continued to produce award winning halter horses. Today, two stallions, Kid Clu and Mr. Conclusion, dominate the halter horse industry. Kid Clu is a double-bred Impressive stallion and Mr. Conclusion is a grandson of the great horse. While leafing through the pages of a current Quarter Horse Journal, it is difficult to find a halter horse that does not carry a cross to Impressive. It is interesting to note that, while both Doc Bar and Impressive share a common link to Lightning Bar, they both went on to become the dominating sire in primarily a single event. While it is true that you find Doc Bar progeny that won at halter or western pleasure, their greatest impact was seen in the cutting arena. The same can be said about Impressive; while you do see Impressive-bred horses that have done well under saddle, the bloodline is almost synonymous with the term halter horse. In many ways, these two bloodlines, born from a common stallion, have contributed to the specialization that is so common today. Unfortunately, Lightning Barâ€™s career at stud was cut short. He died of colitis after siring only eight foal crops. One can only wonder what else this fine son of Three Bars might have produced, given the opportunity. We can be thankful, however, for what he did give us.
Dandy Doll 1948; Chestnut; Texas Dandy x Bar Maid F Mare Show Record Race money-earner, '51 Race Performance Point Earner Perf Points: 1.5; SI: 85; Race: $876; Wins: 5; Mare Offspring Record Hall of Fame Offspring, AQHA Superior Halter Offspring AQHA High Point Halter Offspring AQHA Champion Offspring ROM Performance Offspring Race ROM Offspring Race Money-earners Performance Point Earners AQHA Offspring Record Total Points Earned: 641; Reg Foals: 11; Number Shown: 9; Point Earners: 5; Halter Points Earned: 560; Halter Point Earners: 6; Superior Halter Awards: 2; Performance Points Earned: 81; Performance Point Earners: 3; Performance ROMS: 2; AQHA Champions: 2; Total Superior Awards: 2; Total ROM's: 2; Race Earnings: $7,041; 90+ ROMS: 2; Race ROMS: 5; Race Offspring Wins: 10; Outstanding Offspring Bobbibar Bob, 491 HLT & 80 Perf Pts; O & Y Superior HLT; O & Y AQHA Champion, '67 High Pt. Y HLT Mare Casdan, si 85, 1 win, $77 Race LTE Dandy Bar Dolly, si 85, 2 wins, $3,266 Race LTE; Race ROM Denny Bar, si 75, $170 Race LTE; 1 HLT Pt. Doc Bar Click For More Details, si 75, $95 Race LTE; 36 HLT Pts; '93 AQHA Hall of Fame Dollbar Bob, si 95, 3 wins, $282 Race LTE; Race ROM Dolly Dare, si 75, $431 Race LTE; Race ROM Domino Duke, si 75, 1 win, $1,228 Race LTE My Dandy Bob, si 95, 1 win, $1,492 Race LTE; 31 HLT & 1 Perf Pt; Race ROM
Doc Bar 1956; Chestnut Lightning Bar x Dandy Doll Stallion Show Record Hall of Fame, AQHA 1993 inductee Halter Point Earner Total Points Earned: 36; Halter Points: 36; SI: 75; Race: $95; Stallion Offspring Record Hall of Fame Offspring, NCHA & AQHA World Champion Offspring, WP, CUT, WCH, HUS, Reserve World Champion Offspring, CUT Top Ten World Show Offspring Superior Halter Offspring AQHA High Point Halter Offspring, CUT Superior Performance Offspring AQHA Champion Offspring ROM Halter Offspring ROM Performance Offspring NCHA Money-earners Halter Point Earners Performance Point Earners AQHA Offspring Record Total Points Earned: 8,894; Reg Foals: 485; Number Shown: 323; Point Earners: 240; Halter Points Earned: 2,742.5; Halter Point Earners: 114; Superior Halter Awards: 12; Performance Points Earned: 6,151.5; Performance Point Earners: 237; Performance ROMS: 132; Superior Performance Awards: 27; AQHA Champions: 31; Total Superior Awards: 39; World Championships: 9; Res World Championships: 4; High Point Wins: 1; Race Earnings: $1,098; Stakes Winners: 1; Race ROMS: 1; Race Offspring Wins: 1; Equi-Stat Cutting Offspring LTE: $1,210,987 Number of NCHA Offspr: 136 Avg Offspr CUT Earnings: $8,904 AQHA Offspr NCHA LTE: $3,213,453 Leading Sire List AQHA Performance List: #12 All-time leading sire of Perf ROM qualifiers - 118; #7 All-time leading sire of Open AQHA Champions - 27 Other Information Doc Bar is a leading sire of CUT winners with earnings over $9,102,255 and a leading paternal grandsire of foals with earnings over $5,546,771. #43rd ranked All-time leading sire of AQHA points earned by progency in O HLT & Perf. classes as of Jan. 1, 1999. Outstanding Offspring Aledo Doc Bar, 12 Perf. Pts.; $8,324.68-NCHA Bar Mist, 39 HLT & 78.5 Perf. Pts., '67 AQHA Champ. Bearly Doc, 2 Perf. Pts.; $100,820.75-NCHA, '83 O 2nd NCHA World Champ. Boon Bar, 6 Perf. Pts.; $12,325.19-NCHA Cal Bar, 21 Perf. Pts.; $10,426.84-NCHA, Cow Horse Hall of Fame Doc A Chex, $94,308.94-NCHA Doc A Lock, 28 Perf. Pts.; $34,301.48-NCHA Doc Bar Gem, 19 Perf. Pts.; $8,683.78-NCHA Doc Bar Linda, 77 HLT, 460 Perf. Pts.; '72 Y Sup HLT, SAH, WHO, & HUS;, '72 Y World Champ. HUS; '72 AQHA Cham; Dam of Topsail Cody Doc Bunnell, 1 HLT & 27 Perf. Pts.; $18,436.57-NCHA Doc City, 7 Perf. Pts.; $5,247.80 Doc Holiday, 7 Perf. Pts.; $7,214.81-NCHA Doc Holliday, 22 HLT & 121 Perf. Pts., '72 Superior WP; '73 AQHA Champ. Doc Hollywood, 1 HLT & 13 Perf. Pts.; $9,373.75-NCHA Doc Jensen, $16,204.34-NCHA Doc Luck Bar, 25 Perf. Pts.; $26,553.10-NCHA Doc N Missy, 18 Perf. Pts.; $109,786.89-NCHA, NCHA earner of $68,865; '81 NCHA Res World Champ. Doc O'Lena, 2 Perf. Pts.; $21,991.93-NCHA; '70 NCHA Futurity Champion, '97 AQHA Hall of Fame Doc Quixote, '73 NCHA Non Pro Futurity Champion Doc Solis, 25 HLT & 15 Perf. Pts.;, '79 AQHA Champ. Doc T Bar, 7 Perf. Pts.; $39,049.62 NCHA earnings; COA, Bronze, Silver, '83 9th World Show O CUT Doc Tari, 2 Perf. Pts.; $16,942.29-NCHA Doc Wilson, 28 Perf. Pts.; $121,955.93-NCHA, NCHA earner of $121,191; NCHA Hall of Fame member Docs Acey Deucey, 15 HLT & 49 Perf. Pts., '81 AQHA Champ. Docs Albacore, 1 Perf. Pts.; $34,127 LTE-CUT Doc's Bar Boy, 19 HLT & 31 Perf. Pts.; $95.98-NCHA, '73 AQHA Champ. Doc's Bar Girl, 207 HLT & 65 Perf. Pts.; $1,458.09-NCHA, '66 Superior HLT; '67 AQHA Champ. Doc's Bar Lady, 167 HLT & 15 Perf. Pts., '65 Superior HLT; '68 AQHA Champ. Doc's Benito Bar, 26 HLT & 12.5 Perf. Pts., '68 AQHA Champion Doc's Blue Frost, 9 HLT & 20 Perf. Pts.; $12,526.70-NCHA Doc's Blue Lou, 2 HLT & 4 Perf. Pts.; $5,064.71-NCHA Docs Budha, 3 HLT & 38 Perf. Pts.; $86,401.36-NCHA Doc's Chardonnay, 20 HLT & 70 Perf. Pts., '77 Superior WP; '78 AQHA Champ. Doc's Classy Ann, 309 HLT & 561 Perf. Pts., Superior TR, Show., HLT, WR, WP; AQHA Champ.; 2X Doc's Coyote, 18 Perf. Pts.; $78,091.17-NCHA Doc's Dandy Doll, 18 HLT, 79 Perf. Pts., '77 O Superior CUT; '73 Y World Champ. CUT Doc's Dee Bar, 170 HLT & 273 Perf. Pts., '65 Superior HLT; '67 AQHA Champ.; '69 Superior WP Doc's Dikdik, 138.5 HLT & 246.5 Perf. Pts.;, '73 Superior HLT; '76 Superior WP; '89 AQHA Champ. Doc's Dry Martini, $14,257.33-NCHA Doc's Dulce Bar, 30 Perf. Pts.; $47,090.31-NCHA Docs Fancy Feat, 14 Perf. Pts.; $9,860.66-NCHA Doc's Fox, 13 Perf. Pts.; $46,803.79-NCHA Doc's Goldielocks, 15 HLT & 17 Perf. Pts.; $18,365.86-NCHA Docs Haida, 17 HLT, 97 Perf. Pts.; $67,305.72-NCHA, '80 AQHA Champ.; '79 O Superior CUT; '79 Y World Champ. WP & CUT Doc's Handy Andy, 18 Perf. Pts.; $11,996.58-NCHA, ` Doc's Handyman, 3 Perf. Pts.; $4,622.53-NCHA Docs Hickory, 42 Perf. Pts., '78 O Hi. Pt. CUT Doc's Hotrodder, 119 HLT, 26.5 Perf Pts.; $389.62-NCHA, '68 AQHA Champion; '67 Superior HLT Doc's Jack Frost, si 74, 0 wins, $125-RC; 8 Perf. Pts.; $5,078.16-NCHA Doc's Kitty, 2 HLT & 3 Perf. Pts.; $23,546.17-NCHA Doc's Leo Lad, 8 Perf. Pts.; $13,346.29-NCHA Doc's Little Bit, 5 HLT & 10 Perf. Pts.; $12,766.22-NCHA Doc's Loblolly, Dam of NCAH Offspring earnings of $236,148.84 Doc's Lynx, $9,856.09-NCHA Doc's Madrone, 5 HLT & 22 Perf. Pts.; $13,335.11-NCHA Doc's Mai Tai, 29.5 Perf. Pts.; $18,500.33-NCHA Doc's Marmoset, 24 Perf. Pts.; $94,066.22-NCHA, '81 NCHA World Champ.; '74 O World Champ. Jr. CUT Doc's Misty Morn, 17 Perf. Pts.; $5,361.14-NCHA Doc's Music Bar, 46 Perf. Pts.; $75,918.15-NCHA Doc's Nanaimo, 14 Perf. Pts.; $8,292.94-NCHA Doc's Nimpkish, 20 Perf. Pts.; $20,425.31-NCHA Doc's Oak, 27 Perf. Pts.; $70,997.95-NCHA, NCHA Hall of Fame Docs Otoetta, 3 Perf. Pts.; $183,033.81-NCHA, NCHA World Champ. Non-pro Doc's Play Mate, 1 Perf. Pts.; $39,875.48-NCHA, '78 O NCHA World Champ.; NCHA Hall of Fame Doc's Pop Up, 7 Perf. Pts.; $5,288.79-NCHA Doc's Remedy, 1 HLT & 7 Perf. Pts.; $47,453.10-NCHA Docs Rey Jay, 4 Perf. Pts.; $16,565.62-NCHA Docs Robyn Hood, 1 Perf. Pts.; $8,655.26-NCHA Docs Serpendipity, $30,173.09-NCHA Doc's Shasta, 10 Perf. Pts.; $8,277.17-NCHA Doc's Simple Simon, 8.5 Perf. Pts.; $32,860.83-NCHA Docs Star Chex, 3 HLT & 12 Perf. Pts.; $64,189.93-NCHA Doc's Starlight, 60 Perf. Pt., Superior CUT; $134,442.30 NCHA dollars, Awards: COA, Bronze, Silver, Gold, Platinum, NCHA Hall of Fame Doc's Steady Date, 71 Perf. Pts.; $25,338.61-NCHA, '82 Superior CUT Docs Sugs Brudder, 27 HLT 7 26 Perf. Pts.; $7,273.66-NCHA, '80 AQHA Champ. Doc's Sunshine, 199 HLT & 378 Perf. Pts., Superior HUS, HLT, Show., WP,; AQHA Champ. 2X Doc's Sweet Sue, 24 HLT & 162 Perf. Pts.; $321.32-NCHA, '73 AQHA Champ. Doc's Tami Bar, 58 HLT Pts.; $62,75-NCHA, '67 Superior HLT Doc's Tassajara, 94 Perf. Pts.; $34,877.90-NCHA, '73 Superior CUT Doc's Tehama, 4 Perf. Pts.; $4,105.94-NCHA Docs Tin Lizzie, 24 Perf. Pts.; $65,699.05-NCHA Doc's Tlell, 35 Perf. Pts.; $26,531.82-NCHA Doc's Tlingit, 27 Perf. Pts.; $23,144.46-NCHA Docs Tom Cat, 20 HLT & 36 Perf. Pts., '81 AQHA Champ. Doc's Tulare, 14 Perf. Pts.; $7,786.29-NCHA Doc's Twister, 34 Perf. Pts.; $25,462.57-NCHA Doc's Willi Winki, $13,326.53-NCHA Doc's Wrangler, 19 Perf. Pts.; $43,388.59-NCHA Docs Yuba Lea, 7 Perf. Pts.; $25,666 LTE-CUT Docs Zimfandel, 16 HLT, 21 Perf. Pts.; $198.70-NCHA, '79 O AQHA Champ.; '78 O World Champ. Jr. CUT Doctor Montoya, 8 Perf. Pts.; $7,470.28-NCHA Dry Doc, 96 Perf. Pts.; $85,148.16-NCHA, NCHA Hall of Fame; '74 Res. World Champ. SR CUT; '75 Superior CUT Especial, 35 HLT & 54 Perf. Pts.; $4,849.95-NCHA, '79 AQHA Champ. Fancy Doc, 19 HLT & 16 Perf. Pts., '81 AQHA Champ. Fizzabar, 11 HLT & 114 Perf Pts.; $50,841.75-NCHA, '67 O Superior CUT; Awards: COA, Bronze, Silver, NCHA Hall of Fame Gambling Doc Bar, 12 Perf. Pts.; $41,147.71-NCHA Gay Doc, 19 Perf. Pts.; $24,717.58-NCHA Genuine Doc, 55 Perf. Pts.; $31,350 LTE-CUT, '85 Superior CUT; '85 Res. World Champ. Sr. CUT Gray Bar Doc, 43 HLT & 107 Perf. Pts., '71 AQHA Champ. Handle Bar Doc, 45 Perf. Pts.; NCHA LTE: $164,133.26, NCHA World Champ; NCHA Hall of Fame Janey Durante, 2 HLT, 137 Perf. Pts., '77 Y World Champ. WCH Janie Bar, 113 HLT & 66 Perf. Pts.; $10,560.37-NCHA, '67 AQHA Champ.; '72 Superior CUT; '64 Superior HLT Jax Doc, 5 Perf. Pts.; $12,745.32-NCHA Lena's Sis, 11 Perf. Pts.; $6,239.47-NCHA Mansilla Bar, 26 HLT & 16 Perf. Pts., '66 AQHA Champ.; Mitza Bar, 7 Perf. Pts.; $27,050.04 Moon Doc, 13 Perf. Pts.; $15,616.05-NCHA Mr Senbar, 51 Perf. Pts.; $14,753.65-NCHA, '80 Superior CUT Nu Bar, 33 Perf. Pts; $16,539.08-NCHA, '74 O Res. World Champ. Jr. CUT Padre Pop, 2 Perf. Pts.; $7,731.27-NCHA Pegasus H Bar, 70 Perf. Pts., '69 Superior TR Professor's Alibi, 2 HLT & 16 Perf. Pts.; $5,192.05-NCHA Really Really Real, 77 Perf. Pts.; $4,383.44-NCHA, '83 Superior CUT Son Ofa Doc, 41 Perf. Pts.; $18,786.41-NCHA, '82 Res. World Champ. Sr. CUT Stallion Rankings - A Top Stallion Ranked By: â€¢ All-Time Offspring Lifetime Cutting Earnings â€¢ All-Time Offspring Lifetime Average Cutting Earnings
Doc Bar (STORY) Although not bred to be a cow horse, Doc Bar is best remembered as the horse which revolutionized the cutting horse industry. By Lightning Bar and out of Dandy Doll, Doc Bar was bred for speed, but only won $95 in four starts. Doc Bar wasn't a performance horse either but turned out to be a good halter horse and an excellent sire whose foal crops totally redefined the sport of cutting. Not only did his sons and daughters find success in the cutting arena, but they also found success in other performance events including working cow horse, reining and western pleasure. According to AQHA records, Doc Bar sired 485 foals which earned over 7,000 halter and performance points and 27 AQHA Champions. Doc Bar is credited with bringing a totally different look to cutting horses and for putting the sweeping motion into the cutting horses of today. Doc Bar's legendary status lies in his ability to produce top cutting / performance horses, (not in his own show record). He is a leading sire of cutting winners over $9,102,255, and leading paternal grandsire of foals with earnings over $5,546,771. AQHA Stallion Sire Record AQHA Champions - 27, World Champion Sire, CUTTING, WORKING COWHORSE, WP, Reserve World Ch. Sire, CUTTING, Top Ten World Show Sire, AQHA High Pt Halter Stallion, Superior Performance Sire Sire of 31 AQHA Champions, Sire of NCHA Money-earners When he was crossed with Poco Tivio line mares the results were astounding. Including: Fizzabar. 1961 mare out of Teresa Tivio. Became NCHA Hall of Fame.NCHA World Champion Mare Other by Teresa Tivio / Doc Bar cross include: â€¢ Cal Bar â€¢ Nu Bar â€¢ Docs Remedy â€¢ Docs Haida â€¢ Boon Bar â€¢ Doc Bar Gem When crossed with Susies Bay the result was: â€¢ Docs Marmoset, Winner of the 1973 NCHA Futurity. â€¢ Docs Solano, the youngest horse ever to win an AQHA Championship. In 1969, 4 of his offspring would enter the NCHA Futurity , 3 would place 2nd through 4th. â€¢ Docs Kitty â€¢ Doc Luck Bar â€¢ Docs Leo Lad For almost 20 years Doc Bars get and grand-get would dominate the NCHA. â€¢ 1970 - Doc O'Lena, out of Poco Lena , a prominate cutting mare, by Poco Bueno would win all four go-rounds at the NCHA Futurity. â€¢ 1971 - Dry Doc, Full brother to Doc O'Lena, would also win the Futurity. â€¢ 1973 - Docs Marmoset â€¢ 1975 - Docs Yuba Lea Grand-get: â€¢ 1975 - Lenaette, Daughter of Doc O'Lena would take the title. â€¢ 1978 - Lynx Melody â€¢ 1979 - Docs Diablo. 1982 - Smart Little Lena, by Doc O'Lena, won the NCHA 'triple crown.' The NCHA Futurity. The NCHA Derby. The NCHA Super Stakes. From him came two get that were to win the Futurity in 1987 and 1988. Making them the only whose sires and grand sires were Futurity winners â€¢ >Smart Date â€¢ Smart Little Senor Doc Bars ability to pass on his talent was apparent in the 1983 NCHA Futurity. 21 out of the 23 finalists all carried Doc Bar blood. NOTE: Many of his get and grand-get competed only in NCHA events, not AQHA. Doc Bar was humanly put down on July 20th at age 36.
Doc Bar Gem
Doc Bar Gem 1975; Bay; Doc Bar x Teresa Tivio Stallion Show Record ROM Performance, '84 O NCHA money-earner, COA Perf Points: 19; NCHA Earnings: $8,684; Stallion Offspring Record World Champion Offspring Reserve World Champion Offspring Superior Performance Offspring ROM Halter Offspring ROM Performance Offspring NRHA Money-earners NCHA Money-earners NRCHA Money-earners Doc Bar Gem missed the 1978 Futurity,because of an injury,yet was able to earn 19 AQHA performance points and NCHA LTE of $8,684 His get have earnings of $711,252. Doc Bar Gem is the sire of 1985 NCHA Open Futurity winner: The Gemnist who's LTE of$349,822.81 Doc Bar Gem is a 1975 AQHA Bay Stallion by Doc Bar, out of Teresa Tivio, by Poco Tivio. Gem is the youngest of ten offspring produced from these legendary parents. His full siblings are Fizzabar, Cal Bar, Boon Bar, Cuttabar, Cattabar, Docs Haida, Cran Bar, Docs Remedy and Nu Bar. Fizzabar is in the NCHA Hall of Fame, Docs Haida is one of the top producing dams in NCHA history and Cal Bar, Boon Bar, Docs Remedy, Nu Bar and Doc Bar Gem are all among the leading sires in NCHA History. With the performance and produce generated by this legendary family of horses, it is no wonder they are referred to as "The Dynasty". Sadly, as of March 2004, Doc Bar Gem is the only remaining offspring from this historic family of horses.
Doc Quixote 1970; Chestnut Doc Bar x Magnolia Gal Stallion Show Record NCHA Futurity, '73 1st O Non-Pro Futurity NCHA money-earner, COA NCHA Earnings: $3,729; Stallion Offspring Record Hall of Fame Offspring, NCHA Reserve World Champion Offspring Superior Performance Offspring AQHA High Point Performance Offspring AQHA Champion Offspring ROM Halter Offspring ROM Performance Offspring NRHA Money-earners NCHA Money-earners Halter Point Earners Performance Point Earners AQHA Offspring Record Total Points Earned: 3,797.5; Reg Foals: 1,031; Number Shown: 505; Point Earners: 202; Halter Points Earned: 27.5; Halter Point Earners: 6; Halter ROMS: 1; Performance Points Earned: 3,770; Performance Point Earners: 268; Performance ROMS: 82; Superior Performance Awards: 18; AQHA Champions: 1; Total Superior Awards: 18; Total ROM's: 83; Res World Championships: 2; High Point Wins: 1; NRHA Offspr LTE: $59,879 Number of NRHA Offspr: 11 NRHA Offspr Avg Earnings: $5,444 Equi-Stat Cutting Offspring LTE: $10,342,738 Number of NCHA Offspr: 424 Avg Offspr CUT Earnings: $24,393 Equi-Stat 2003 Offspring CUT Earnings: $38,576 Number of 2003 CUT Offspr: 26 Avg 2003 Offspr CUT Earnings: $1,484 AQHA Offspr NCHA LTE: $9,177,546 Other Information '73 NCHA Non-pro CUT Futurity Champion #47 AQHA All-time leading sires by # of registered progency. Outstanding Offspring Betcha Moola, $200,535 LTE-Cut Bingo Quixote, $183,446 LTE-CUT Cash Quixote Rio, $597,411 LTE-CUT, NCHA Hall of Fame Coyote Quixote, $30,885 LTE-CUT; NCHA - COA, Bronze, Silver, World & Res. World Champion Sire Docs Okie Quixote, $637,707 LTE-CUT Docs Tivito, $234,043 LTE-CUT Holidoc, $124,294 LTE-CUT Jazabell Quixote, $229,852 LTE-CUT Jazzote, $586,212 LTE-CUT, NCHA Hall of Fame Laney Doc, $245,310 LTE-CUT Miss Money Rio, $149,907 LTE-CUT Miss Quixote Sails, $189,604 LTE-CUT Oh Cay Quixote, $147,429 LTE-CUT Poco Quixote Rio, $1,105,471 LTE-CUT, #1 All-time CUT Money-earner Pooque, '01 Res. World Champion O Sr RN Wee Quixote, $163,573 LTE-CUT White On Right, NCHA LTE: $104,761.45, COA Winnin Doc, $128,211 LTE-CUT Stallion Rankings - A Top Stallion Ranked By: â€¢ All-Time Offspring Lifetime Cutting Earnings â€¢ All-Time Offspring Lifetime Average Cutting Earnings