PHS Heza Doc Bar Jiggs
PHS Heza Doc Bar Jiggs (Gator) is a 2007 red dun tobiano colt by Poco Doc Jiggs (AQHA) and out of PHS Little Lady (PtHA). Congratulations to the Morse family on their purchase of this colt.
In his pedigree:
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His sire, Poco Doc Jiggs is a 2000 AQHA/IBHA buckskin stallion owned by Pine Hill Stables. He is an exceptionally well-bred stallion with the following names on his AQHA papers- Doc Quixote (NCHA Money Earner and Cutting Horse Deluxe), Poco Nifty Pep (National Performance Point Earner), Beatle Win (AQHA Supreme Champion) and Jiggs Beetch (AQHA ROM Performance Horse). These are some of the top cutting horse and performance horse offspring of Doc Bar, Poco Merit, Poco Bueno, King and Hank H. Poco Doc Jiggs is consistently producing foals with willing attitudes and excellent conformation. He is listed with APHA and PtHA and can also be listed with ApHC. He is also eligible for FQHA (Foundation Quarter Horse Association). Because Jiggs is registered with IBHA, his solid buckskin foals are eligible for registry with IBHA. His colored foals are eligible for registry with APHA, PtHA or ApHC, depending on the dam's registration listing. Poco Doc Jiggs has a willing attitude and the potential to be a great performance and producing stallion like his grandsires. He has a gorgeous head, nice chest and a huge hip. Jiggs also has a high percentage of palomino, cremello, perlino and buckskin offspring that are extremely well-built and easy to handle.
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His dam, PHS Little Lady is a 1993 PtHA chestnut tobiano mare by Executive Producer and out of PHS Painted Lady. Little Lady is owned, loved and ridden by our son Benjamin and she’s one of the Schermerhorn family favorites. Her dam was the first horse we ever owned and her sire was our herd sire for many years. Little Lady is one of our best family trail horses. She is also used in our lesson program. Her first colt, Dingo, is a '04 palomino gelding and he is owned by our son, Benjamin.
His grandsire, Executive Producer was a 1986 bay tobiano by Flying Executive (black AQHA) by AQHA Champion Pasamonte Paul, and out of Skippers Gay Music by APHA and Superior Halter Champion, Painted Skipper. He was 3rd 1986 stallion with limited showing, 1986 Reserve Champion Tobiano Color, 2nd in 1986 NYS PtHA Futurity, Reserve 1986 AMA stallion and 1987 Reserve Pinto Stock Champion (all for PtHA of NYS). Executive Producer was our herd sire for several years. We have kept some of his exceptional daughters and granddaughters for our breeding program. They are all level headed and super producers.
Pasamonte Paul was a 1960 brown AQHA stallion. He was World Champion Running Horse, World Champion Aged Running Stallion and Superior Race Horse Champion. Pasamonte Paul was AAA rated. He was the sire of AQHA Champions, ROM Performance earners, NCHA Money earners, ROM Race earners and Halter and Performance Point earners.
Doc Quixote was a 1970 chestnut AQHA stallion. He was by the famous AQHA stallion, Doc Bar and out of the bay AQHA champion producer, Magnolia Gay. He was NCHA Futurity Non-Pro Champion in 1973, NCHA COA, NCHA Money Earner. He was the Equi-stat #7 All-time Producing Sire, #6 Maternal Grandsire and #12 Paternal Grandsire. His offspring have earned in excess of $10 million dollars as well as awards and honors such as #1 All-time Cutting Money Earner and NCHA Hall of Fame Horse for more than one offspring. Because of the accomplishments of his offspring, Doc Quixote is considered to be the only sire in history to have produced 4 offspring with Life-Time Earnings in excess of $500,000 and the only sire to produce an offspring with a LTE in excess of one million dollars.
Doc Bar, although not bred to be a cow horse, is best remembered as the horse that changed the cutting horse industry. By the AAA rated AQHA Champion Lightning Bar and out of the athletic speed mare Dandy Doll, Doc Bar was actually bred to be a speed horse. But, he only won $95 in four starts. However, Doc Bar did turn out to be a good halter horse and an excellent producer of foals that 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 that earned over 7,000 halter and performance points. He 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 sire record includes 27 AQHA Champions. He was a World Champion Sire; Sire of Cutting, Working Cowhorse and Western Pleasure Champions; Reserve World Champion Cutting Horse Sire; Top 10 World Show Sire; Superior Performance Sire and sire of AQHA Champions and NCHA Hall of Fame Horses and Money earners.
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.
Hank H was known in the horse industry for both his speed and his offspring. Born in 1942, the chestnut AQHA stallion earned a Speed Index of 85, an ROM in Racing and an ROM in Performance. However, he is best known for his ability to produce offspring with even greater speed and ability than his own. As a breeding sire, Hank H sired several AQHA Champions, ROM Race offspring, ROM Performance offspring, Race ROM Qualifiers and Honor Roll Halter Horses and Superior Halter Horses. Hank H is on the AQHA Leading Sires List, AQHA Performance List and the All Time Leading Maternal Grandsire's List for Money Earners.
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 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, 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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