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DOB 3/30/2002, Sorrell-star,strip,snip,left fore half pastern white,left hind sock,no other markings.


Grandaughter of “DOC O’LENA”

“Doc O’Lena” was foaled in 1967, the offspring of Doc Bar and Poco Lena. He is one of only two horses in the American Quarter Horse Hall of Fame with both parents also inductees.

All in all, Doc O’Lena sired 1,310 foals. Of these, 321 accumulated 3,978.5 points; 87 earned performance Registers of Merit (also nine amateur, three youth); nine earned Superior performance awards; four were world champions; six were youth world champions; six were youth world champions; and four were reserve world champions

His son Montana Doc is a member of the NCHA Hall of Fame. Doc O’Lena was the first NCHA Futurity winner to sire a Futurity winner when Lenaette won the Futurity in 1975. His son Smart Little Lena was the first winner of the NCHA triple crown. Doc O’Lena was inducted into the AQHA Hall of Fame.

*****IN FOAL TO:****

“Lotsa Chocolate”-APHA Registered Bay Stallion:


“Zips Chocolate Chip”

As a breeding horse, Zips Chocolate Chip has sired World and National Champions in multiple breeds and disciplines around the world. He has well over 1,500 foals in six different breed registries. He was the leading sire of AQHA Performance Horses and AQHA’s All Time Leading Sire of Western Pleasure Point Earners for many years. In 1999, Zips Chocolate Chip was the first horse ever to be inducted in the NSBA Hall of Fame in two categories, as a Show Horse and as a Sire. He has also been honored by being asked to be a Breyer model horse, and has been published in a coffee table book from New York City, 1001 Reasons To Love Chocolate.

Out of “Be Bar Rose”-APHA Mare with blood line back to:

AQHA World Champion “Doc’s Benito Bar” out of AQHA World Champion “Doc Bar” and

“Tardy Too”“ AQHA Through his career he sired 628 foals, 208 performers, 8 world champions, 5 reserve world champions, 8 AQHA Champions, 19 superior halter  horses, 18 performance superiors, 73 Register of Merit winners, and 6587.5 points.  Tardy Too is even a more prolific broodmare sire with 259 daughters producing 9 world champs, 13 reserve world champions, 4 AQHA Champions, 39 Superior Awards, 53 Register of Merits, and 7146 points in all divisions.

Tardy Too was truly a “one of a kind” horse.