Originally Posted by WickedNag
It is my understanding all AQHA horses with Impressive in their background have to have been tested and marked on their papers their hypp status if they were born after 1998.
Beginning with 1998 foals, the rule requires the following notification to be placed on the registration certificates of foals descending from any bloodline determined to carry the HYPP gene:
"This horse has an ancestor known to carry HYPP, designated under AQHA rules as a genetic defect, AQHA recommends testing to confirm presence or absence of this gene." http://www.aqha.com/About/Content-Pa...ices/HYPP.aspx
Originally Posted by hayburner
It also means that the horse with the red mark next to the name has done something special. *I know that because if you look at all those horses with the red marks they all won highly in their discipline. Especially the ones furtherest to the right ,they are the legends and in breeding they were the ones that started the quarter horse *line .*
On allbreed the little red mark just means that the horse has a picture on their page, nothing more. All of my horses have the little red mark..This girl for example. http://www.allbreedpedigree.com/nu+kinda+nic
Frank, this is what I know about the horse's pedigree..I'm not sure what you plan on doing with her but I bet she can run with those names behind her..She does have a few of the Western Pleasure horses mixed in there too but more so of the running horses and foundation QHs.. I like her..If I were you I'd go ahead and go look at her, I do agree with nrha though, go ahead and spend the extra $35 to have all five tests done. Zippos Knight Rider
- SIRE OF:
Multiple AQHA Grand Champions Multiple Western Pleasure Point Earners Multiple ROM Earners World Show Top Ten Multiple Longe Line Futurity Winners Congress Reserve Champion Open, Amateur, Novice, & Youth Point Earners Multiple Halter Futurity Winners Multiple Hunter Under Saddle Point Earners Multiple World Show Qualifiers Zippo Pine Bar
- 1992 Inducted NSBA Hall of Fame 2000 Inducted AQHA Hall of Fame Sperior Performance, 1972 WP. Sired: 1648 AQHA foals, 68 Appaloosas, & 72 Paints which collectively earned over 50,000 show points.
All Time Leading Sire of AQHA High Point Performance Horses. Leading Sire of NSBA money earners. Sire of NRHA money earners.
Euthanized on January 12, 1998 at age 29 following a major stroke. Zippo Pine Bar, AQHA Legend, BobPerry Quarter Horses, Texas Breeding Ranch, Reckless Dash
- AQHA Race SI-103 AAATROM Race(SW)24-11-5-1,$315,229 Remington Park DerbyLonghorn DerbyJet Deck Handicap, etc.
Sire of multiple Blacktype runners, stakes performers, AAA/AAAT runners from ROM. Over $2.2 million in progeny earnings. Zippo Pat Bars
- Zippo Pat Bars was a son of the Thoroughbred stallion Three Bars out of a daughter of Leo named Leo Pat. He was a 1964 sorrel stallion bred by Paul Curtner. As a weanling, Curtner was offered $20,000.00 for the colt, which he turned down.
Zippo Pat Bars raced for two years, starting eighteen times. He won five races and placed second four times. He earned a Race Register of Merit with the American Quarter Horse Association (or AQHA) in 1966 with an AAA speed rating. He earned $1855.00 on the racetrack. He injured himself as a two-year-old, fracturing two vertabrae in a stall accident. The injury kept the horse out of the 1966 All American Futurity. The Invester
- AQHA Hall of Fame Horse. AQHA Champion. Superior Halter. 75% NFQHA Blood. With 29 foal crops, The Invester stood out as a sire as well, 687 Performance Point-Earners, 21,029 Performance Points Earned, 143 of his foals earned Superiors, 4 World Champions, and 11 AQHA Champions. Not bad for a horse that was going to be a Halter horse. The Invester was indeed a Halter horse, earning His Superior in Halter, and so did His foals, 158 as a matter of fact, earning a total of 1476 Halter Points, but that wasn’t all. The Invester produced 4 Youth Champions, 4 Superior Halter Champions, and 3 High-Point Winners, and $313,220.00 in NSBA earnings. The Invester also made His mark in the cutting ring, with over $12,000 in NCHA earnings back in the days when $1000.00 dollar purse was huge. His greatest claim to fame was his pleasure horses, in 1980 6 of His get placed in the All- American Quarter Horse Congress 2 year old snaffle bit futurity, taking home 58 percent of the total class purse, $55,390.00 Dash for Cash
- He won $507,688 during his career. He was elected Racing World Champion in 1976 and 1977. His victory races are the Champion of Champions (1976, 1977), Sun Country Futurity, Los Alamitos Invitational Champ, Los Alamitos Derby, Vessels Maturity, Lubbock Downs Futurity. He is currently the number 2 all-time leading sire by earnings, and the sire of the number 1, First Down Dash. He sired 827 winners (145 stakes winners) from 1,155 starters and the earners of $39,990,245. He is currently number 5 all-time sire by winners. He is currently the all time leading broodmare sire by earnings at $56,104,925. He is currently number 2 all time broodmare sire by winners with 2027 winners (235 stakes winners) from 3154 starters. He is probably the most important modern sire in the Quarter Horse industry. He shows up in the first three generations in 9 of the 10 top earning horses for 2006 as an example.
He was inducted into the AQHA Hall of Fame Poco Stampede
- AQHA H-104/P-379 AQHA Champion,ROM-Arena,
Superior Halter Superior Cutting-Open $39,939.37 in NCHA dollars NCHA Hall of Fame, NCHA Bronze COA, Silver COA, AQHA High-Point Performance Horse-Open Cutting-1957-58-59
- 28-12-3-1, $20,840. Won: Speed Handicap
The leading sire of racing Quarter Horses for many years. American Quarter Horse Hall of Fame 1989. Died April 6, 1968.
Three Bars was the sire of 29 AQHA Champions, 4 AQHA Supreme Champions, 317 Racing Register of Merit earners, and his foals earned more than $3 million. Three Bars Quarter Horse Legend Poco Pine
- H-135, P-17 AQHA Champion Superior Halter ROM Arena
NCHA $776.11 Points: 10-Western Pleasure, 7-Cutting 2nd All-Time leading sire of AQHA Champions(36) Breeder/Owner: E. P. Waggoner, Ft. Worth, TX.
Later owned by Paul Curtner, Jacksboro, TX. Rocket Wrangler
- Rocket Wrangler was a 1968 son of American Quarter Horse Hall of Fame member Rocket Bar a Thoroughbred stallion. Rocket Wrangler was out of Go Galla Go, a daughter of another Hall of Fame member Go Man Go.
Rocket Wrangler won ten times on the racetrack, finishing second four times and third another four times, earning $252,167 in race earnings. His highest speed index was 97. He won the All American Futurity and the Rainbow Futurity, and finished second in the All American Congress Futurity.
After retiring, Rocket Wrangler went on to sire 56 stakes winners, including Hall of Fame member Dash For Cash. His foals earned over $9,400,000 on the racetrack.
Rocket Wrangler died on November 29,1992. He was inducted into the AQHA
Hall of Fame in 2010 Raise Your Glass
- 4-5-4, $81,222.
Won: Tremont S.
Sire of Performance and Race ROMs, AAATs,Supr. Race, Stakes Winners, and Racing World Champions. His offspring have won over $10.2 million, Sire of Special Effort QH, the only QH triple crown winner of the Kansas Futi., Rainbow Futi. And All American Futi. At Ruidoso Downs. King
- Breeder: Burney James, Encinal, TX. Owner: Jess Hankins, Rocksprings, TX. 100%fnd AQHA Hall of Fame Died 1958 A L.M. Gdsire ROM Race, A Leading sire/Maternal G.Sire AQHA CHs. & ROM Arena Sire Of 2 AQHA HofF: Poco Bueno & Royal King 658 foals, 218 performers from 23 crops. 35 race starters, 17 winners, 44 wins, 12 ROM/183 show performers, 104 hlt.pt. (1,088 pts); 107 perf.pt.-earners (2,061 pts)
147 total pt-earners with a total of 3,149 points All Divisions combined. Poco Bueno
- Breeder: Jess Hankins, Rocksprings, TX. Owner: E. P. Waggoner, Ft. Worth, TX. 100% Foundation H-37.0/P-8.0 AQHA Champion/ROM Arena/Hall of Fame Sire of AQHA Chs/ROM Arena/Pro.Dghts/etc. HERDA Carrier He was grand champion stallion at Denvers National Western Stock Show, the Southwestern Exposition and Fat Stock Show in Fort Worth, State Fair of Texas in Dallas and the American Royal Livestock Show in Kansas City. As a 4-year-old, in 1948, Poco Bueno started his performance career as a cutting horse, and his amazing ability helped him to quickly acquire an impressive record - and a legion of fans. He was the first quarter horse to be insured for $100,000.00. Poco Bueno died November 28, 1969 and Mr. Waggoner left specific instructions in his will that Poco Bueno was to be buried in a standing position in a grave across from the ranch entrance on Hwy. 283.
More info can be found at Waggoners Poco Bueno Info