Supremely Zipped

Supremely Zipped (Lenni) is a 2000 ApHC/ApHCC black leopard mare by World Champion Black Magic Zippo and out of ST Star Supreme, a daughter of Reserve World Champion, Bar Star. Lenni is a Futurity Winner and she has earned ApHC/ApHCC points in both halter and color. She has been shown in Youth Halter Mares and Western Pleasure at the Appaloosa shows and she has also done well showing at the 4-H level. Lenni is a super mover and she has had training in both reining and over fences. Since her arrival at Pine Hill Stables in 2007, Lenni has been used as a lesson horse and has done a bit of showing. She absolutely loves attention and she has quickly earned her spot as one of the favorites among everyone that has ridden her. Thank you so much to the Fields' family at Sutherland Meadow Appaloosas for giving us the opportunity to own this awesome mare.
Photo courtesy of Sutherland Meadows Appaloosas Photo courtesy of Sutherland Meadows Appaloosas
Photo courtesy of Sutherland Meadows Appaloosas

In her pedigree:

Black Magic Zippo

Her sire,  Black Magic Zippo is a 1996 black ApHC stallion by Pine Bar Pat and out of Co-Tu.  He is the youngest Medallion Winner in ApHC history and the youngest ApHC to receive a Superior Award.  Black Magic Zippo is also a Reserve National Champion and Canadian National Champion Most Colorful Halter Horse.  Both photos of Black Magic Zippo are courtesy of Sheila Kobs at Wildwood Appaloosas.

Black Magic Zippo

Skipa Star was a 1973 chestnut AQHA stallion by Skippers Lad.  He was a World Champion Halter Horse, a Superior Champion Halter Horse and was on the Leading Sires List for AQHA, producing several World Champions, Reserve World Champions, Superior Halter Horses and Performance Champions. 

Skippers Lad

Skippers Lad was a 1952 sorrel AQHA stallion that was bred and owned by Hank J. Wiescamp.  He earned an ROM in Race Arena and was a Leading Sire of World Champions, Superior Halter Horses, Superior Performance Horses, AQHA Champions and Race Money earners.  

Skips Reward

Skips Reward was another well-known Wiescamp bred AQHA stallion.  He was a Grand Champion Halter Horse and sire of multiple AQHA Champion Halter and Performance Horses.  He was remembered as having a gorgeous head and the chrome and the conformation that Hank Wiescamp strived for.

Skippers King

 Bred and owned by Hank J. Wiescamp, Skippers King was a Champion Halter Horse and Champion Roping Horse. Thought to be the top producing son of Skipper W, Skippers King sired several Superior Halter Horses, Superior Performance Horses, AQHA Champions and Arena ROM winners.  Like his great sire Skipper W, Skippers King was owned his entire life by Hank Wiescamp.


Skipper W

Skipper W was a 1945 sorrel AQHA stallion that was bred and owned by Hank J. Wiescamp.  A Lifetime Leading sire of AQHA Halter Champions, Superior Halter Champions, Performance Champions and Superior Performance Champions, Skipper W is considered to be one of the most recognized stallions in the industry.  Skipper W began his career in the show ring but he truly made his mark in history in the breeding shed.  He is probably best noted as being a sire of both sons and daughters that went on to become great sires and dams.  It was in this aspect that he became the legend that he is today.  Skipper W was owned his entire life by HJ Wiescamp and he never stood to outside mares.


Plaudit was a 1930 palomino AQHA stallion by King Plaudit, a son of the Kentucky Derby Winner, Plaudit.  Since the elder Plaudit was not registered with AQHA, the younger stallion was allowed to use the same name as his grandsire.  His foals had speed, brains, looks and great dispositions.  He is probably best known for producing daughters that ended up in the breeding program for the legendary Hank Wiescamp.  One of these daughters was Miss Helen, the dam of Skippers Lad.

Zippo Pat Bars

Zippo Pat Bars was a 1964 sorrel AQHA stallion by Three Bars.  He earned his ROM in racing, was AAA rated and was inducted into both the AQHA Hall of Fame and the NSBA (National Snaffle Bit Association) Hall of Fame.  Zippo Pat Bars sired nine AQHA Champions as well as 16 Superior Western Pleasure Horses and four Superior Halter Horses.  Two of his well-known offspring, Zippo Pine Bar and The Investor, were also inducted into both the AQHA Hall of Fame and the NSBA Hall of Fame.

Poco Bueno

Poco Bueno is a well-known 1944 brown AQHA Champion and Champion Producer.  He had points in Halter, an ROM in Performance and was considered one of the greatest cutting horse producers of all time. Like his sire King, Poco Bueno was known for his speed, athletic ability and progeny.  Standing in the top two spot next to his sire on the AQHA Leading Sires List, Poco Bueno was this sire of numerous QH Champions such as Poco Dell, Poco Pine, Poco Tivio and Poco Lena, one of the best cutting horse mares of all time.  Poco Bueno sired 36 AQHA champions and 84 Performance ROM earners.  His get were also halter point earners, Superior Halter Award winners and Superior Performance Award winners. 

Lenas Bar was a 1954 chestnut TB daughter of Three Bars.  Even though she was never raced as a TB, Lena's Bar was well-known in the AQHA racing industry.  She was AAA rated, had an AQHA ROM in Racing, and was an AQHA Superior Performance Horse.  In 2003 she was inducted into the AQHA Hall of Fame and was the dam of World Champion Race Horses, AQHA Champions, Superior Performance Horses, AAA Horses and ROM Race Winners.


Leo was a 1940 sorrel AQHA stallion that was known as both a speed horse and a producer of athletic horses that carried his big heart, speed, muscle and athletic ability.  He earned his ROM in Racing and was inducted into the AQHA Hall of Fame in 1989.  Leo was considered to be an AQHA All-Time Leading Sire.  He was a World Champion Sire, NSBA Hall of Fame Horse Sire, Supreme Champion Horse Sire and Superior Halter Horse Sire.  He was the sire of AQHA Champions, race winners, rodeo arena winners, halter point earners and performance point earners.  Leo was also known as one of the greatest broodmare sires in the history of the AQHA.

Joe Reed

Joe Reed was registered with AQHA in 1938 at the age of 18 years.  He was the third horse to be registered with AQHA.  He was best known for his quick speed at the starting gate and for being a producer of speed horses.  He was an AQHA Hall of Fame Horse, AQHA Hall of Fame Sire, and sire of ROM Race Money earners and Superior Cutting-Arena Money earners. 

Three Bars

Three Bars, a well-known sire of American Quarter Horses, was originally registered as a TB.  It was only later in his career that he went on to become a member of the American Quarter Horse Registry and was one of the first of four horses to be inducted into the AQHA Hall of Fame.  Sired by the great TB Percentage and out of a much admired sprinting horse and dam of QH Hall of Fame horse, Myrtle Dee, Three Bars in his own right was a probably best known for his accomplishments in the breeding shed.  Three Bars sired 29 AQHA Champions, 4 AQHA Supreme Champions and 317 Racing ROM earners.  Several of his offspring were inducted into the AQHA Hall Of Fame.  Three Bars is also the sire of multiple World Champions, Superior Halter Horses, Superior Performance Horses, ROM earners, NCHA Money earners and Race Money earners.  His grandson, Doc Bar, became one of the most influential sires of cutting horses ever known.  Impressive, another grandson of Three Bars, dominated the horse industry as a leading sire of halter horses.


King, although born before the AQHA was established, was considered to be a cornerstone for the AQHA industry. Some even considered him to be the greatest horse of his time. Even though he never won any performance points of his own, King produced offspring that would set a standard for AQHA. He was the sire of AQHA and NRHA Hall of Fame Horses, AQHA Champions, Performance ROM earners, Racing ROM earners, Superior Halter Horses and Superior Performance Horses.  Because of his greatness as a sire, King was inducted into the Hall of Fame for AQHA, NCHA and NRHA.  Two of his well-known sons, Poco Bueno and Hank H, were great sires in their own right, producing horses with great speed and the ability to perform.    

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