Bully Bullion
Bully Bullion 

Bully Bullion  is a 1984 Bay stallion. Bully Bullion has distinguished himself as an excellent performer and producer of both race and barrel horses. During his racing career, he attained a SI 104 and earned over $225,000. Since that time you can find many of his offspring competing at some of the highest competition levels in both the race and barrel arena. Bully Bullion has produced the winner of the 2001 Oklahoma City World Championship Barrel Futurity and winner of the 2003 Oklahoma City World Championship Barrel Futurity. He is the sire of our up and coming stallion "Full of Bully"
Bully Bullion SI 104 A -leading barrel sire  Special Effort SI 104 Raise Your Glass (TB) Raise A Native (TB)
Champagne Woman (TB)
Go Effortlessly SI 98 Double Devil SI 95
Hijo Beauty (TB)
Mary Poppins SI 95 Bond Issue SI 95 Bymeabond (TB)
Queenie SI 95
Raza SI 95 Spotted Bull (TB)
Ariel Lady SI 85


Dash Ta Fame
Dash Ta Fame

Dash Ta Fame is the sire of our Palomino stallion “Flashing To Fame”. Just a casual mention of the name Dash Ta Fame at a race or barrel event has people sitting up and taking notice. Not enough good things can be said about this stallion. Dash Ta Fame is a proven athlete and producing sire of some of the greatest race and barrel horses in the country. As a performer, Dash Ta Fame earned $290,812. As a producer, he has sired approximately $ 8.5 million in race money earners and over $1.2 million in barrel money earners. He is the #1 stakes siring son of First Down Dash (137 stakes horses). He is the #1 leading barrel sire of money earners for the past 4 consecutive years. He is also the #1 leading sire of money earners in New Mexico. He is the sire of "Got to be Famous"
Dash Ta Fame
Leading Race & Barrel Sire Stakes Winner
First Down Dash
All Time Leading Stakes and Money Earning Race Sire 
Dash for Cash Rocket Wrangler
Find A Buyer
First Prize Rose  Gallant Jet 
Rose Bug 
Sudden Fame 
Stakes Winner
Tiny's Gay Tiny Watch
Gay's Delight 
Bar Dearie Lake Erie 
Barred Girl 

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On the Money Red
On the Money Red

On the Money Red (1978 Sorrel stallion) is considered by many to be the greatest sire of money-earning barrel horses of all time. He is a 5 time leading sire of barrel horses! Even when he is not leading the pack, he stays at the top of the proven sire list. His offspring has won every major futurity in the US. He was both an exceptional athlete as well as a proven producer. On the track he earned a speed index of 103. As a race horse sire, he has produced multiple stakes winners as well as AAA race horses. Barrel racers still seek after On the Money Red bred horses because of the explosive speed they bring to the arena. Unfortunately, On The Money Red died of cancer, January 2001. 


First Down Dash

First Down Dash (1984- Sorrel Stallion) is the cross of Dash For Cash and First Prize Rose. He is the greatest son of Dash For Cash. First Down Dash attained a SI 105 with race earning of $857,256. He was named the 1987 AQHA World Champion and Champion Three-Year Old. He is also an excellent producing stallion. As of December ’03, he is the sire of 980 ROM, 26 AQHA Champions, 3 World Champions, 46 championships, 35 regional champions, 788 winners, 2,406 wins, 162 stakes winners, 321 stakes wins, 151 stakes placers, 97 superior race awards, and named the world's All-Time leading sire of racing Quarter Horses. His progeny earning exceeding $50 million. If all that is not enough, First Down Dash is also one of the prettiest horses in the business with excellent conformation and mind.  


Dash For Cash

Dash For Cash (1973 Sorrel stallion) is arguably, the greatest sire of AQHA racing ever. Dash for Cash was the superior cross between the great "Rocket Wrangler" x Find a Buyer (TB). Dash for Cash attained a SI-114 with race earning of $507,688. He was named the 1976 and 1977 Racing World Champion, Superior Racehorse, 1976, and set two track records including 9 stakes races. Dash for Cash demonstrated his extreme athletic abilities by finishing no less than second in every race he entered except one. Before long he became one of the most sought after bloodlines of any stallion because of his offspring’s ability to excel not only on the track but also in the barrel arena. Even several years after Dash For Cash’s death, there is still a big demand for his daughters as broodmares. He was the sire of 1,353 foals with offspring earnings more than $39 million on the track, 1 AQHA Supreme Championship, 880 ROM, 39 world championships, and 135 stakes winners. Broodmare sire of 609 dams of 2,658 performers, of which 2,624 were starters, 1,986 ROM, 1,690 winners, 198 stakes winners, 174 stakes placed, 9 champions, with earnings of $44,645,472. Unfortunately, Dash for Cash had to be euthanized in 1996 due to complication from EPM. 


Jet Deck

Jet Deck (1960- Bay Stallion) SI 100. Made his mark as an exceptional sprinter and is not to be forgotten. He became the 1963 World Champion, 1963 Champion Stallion, 1963 Champion 3-Year-Colt, 1962 Champion Stallion & 1962 Champion 2-Year-Old Colt. His race earnings exceeded $200,000, and his offspring earned over $6.8 million. Jet Deck was truly becoming a rising star, unfortunately, he was murdered at the age of 11 cutting short one of the greatest careers in Quarter Horse history. Thankfully, several of his sons have carried on the tremendous genes, such as Easy Jet. 


Lady Bugs Moon

Lady Bugs Moon (1966 stallion-SI-100), was the magic cross between Top Moon (Hall of Fame stallion) and FL Lady Bug. He was the race earner of $191,536.00 with offspring earnings of over $4 million. He was named Superior Race Horse and one of the greatest sires of Quarter running horses with 966 registered foals, 770 starters, 502 ROM, 3 AQHA Champions. One of his greatest contributions came as a producing sire. One of his outstanding daughters "Rose Bug" won the All American Derby in 1974 and produced First Prize Rose, who was the dam of world champion and leading sire First Down Dash. He was also the producer of great horses such as Mr. Master Bug.


Easy Jet

Easy Jet (1967 AQHA Sorrel Stallion- SI-100), is another horse that has made a tremendous influence to the Quarter horse world. Easy Jet was the cross between Jet Deck and Lena’s Bar (TB). He was the race earner of $445,723 with a total of 27 wins. He was named World Champion Quarter Running Horse, AQHA Hall of Fame, Leading Sire of AQHA ROM (1187), All-Time Leading Sire of AAA/AAAT, Sire of Stakes Winners, AQHA Champions, Superiors, and World Champions. His genetic also proved him as an exceptional broodmare sire. He was the sired 994 dams of 4,011 performers, of which 3,941 were starters, 2,706 ROM, 212 stakes winners, 257 stakes placed, 9 champions, and earnings of $45,670,479.
Easily Smashed, SI 99, 14 wins, $326,060, '81 Superior RC Horse; '81 World Champ. RC
Dr Kirk, SI 98, 4 wins, $27,473 RC, '76 Superior RC Horse
Easy Six, SI 97, 10 wins, $198,740 RC, '76 Superior RC Horse

Mr Trucka Jet, SI 103, 8 wins, $1,033,115 RC, '85 RUI 440 1st All American Futurity G1 $1,000,000
Real Easy Jet, SI 101, 12 wins, $153,833 RC, '78 Superior RC Horse

Pie In The Sky, SI 101, 5 wins, $616,328 RC, '79 World Champ. RC
Prissy Gold Digger, SI 106, 12 wins, $299,590 RC, '78 Superior RC Horse

Stick An Stones, SI 104, 8 wins, $155,541 RC, '86 Superior RC Horse
To many others to mention! 


Rocket Wrangler

Rocket Wrangler (1968 Sorrel Stallion SI-97) was the magic cross between Rocket Bar (TB) and Go Galla Go. He was the race money earner of $252,168 with 10 race. He was the winner of the 1st Rainbow fut. $33,966, 1st All American Fut. $178,488, and the 1st NM State fair $5,209. Rocket Wrangler was also named 1970 World Champion 2-Year-Old Colt, and AQHA Superior Race Horse.He is considered by many to be the greatest sire of all times largely due to the influence his son Dash For Cash has made in the Quarter horse world. 


Rare Form (SI-120) was born in 1989. He is the grand sire of our stallion "Sporting a Rare Form". Rare Form was sired by The Signature, si 107, and out of a Dash for Cash mare called Especially For You. Rare Form was a multiple stakes winner with earnings of $278,191. He was named Champion 3-Year-Old, Champion 3-Year-Old Colt, and Champion 3-Year-Old Colt in Mexico. He was also a Champion of Champions Finalist.

As a sire, Rare Form has sired the likes of Joanna Kate, si 104, Champion Aged Mare, $539,084; Especially Rare, si 113, Champion 3-Year-Old Colt, $348,031; One Rare Bug, si 109, Champion 3-Year-Old Colt, $255,243; and Fabulous Form, si 101, Champion 3-Year-Old Filly, $206,334. As of November 2004, Rare Form is the sire of 434 ROM, 76 blacktype horses, 364 winners, and 4 Champions with earnings of $9,380,772, from nine crops raced.

His record as broodmare sire is equally impressive. Rare Form is the sire of 139 dams with 103 race age foals, 101 starters, 53 winners, 67 ROM, 15 blacktype horses, with earnings of $1,158,071. Sadly, Rare Form died February 9, 2004 at Bob Moore Farms, where he stood, in Norman, Oklahoma. He slipped in a pasture, fractured his pelvis and severed an artery.


Flit Bar

Flit Bar (Chestnut stallion born is 1956. He was the offspring of the legendary Sugar Bars and out of a match racing phenomenon named Flit. Flit Bar had only 3 outs and was known early on for 3 things: (1) Breaking hard from the gates (2) Not able to sustain his speed down the track (3) pretty head. Interestingly, it was Flit Bar’s offspring than brought him notoriety. Out of his 1st foal crop, Flit Bar sired a cutting money earner and a five race winner. As the years passed, other offspriFlitBar.jpgng began to show up in the winner’s list at both the arena and the track. Without a doubt, Flit Bar has made a major contribution to the barrel horse world through his own offspring as well as producing sons such as Fire Water Flit. Fire Water Flit died in December of 2005.



Fire Water Flit

Fire Water Flit-known affectionately as "Milo" was a 1978 Palomino Stallion. In the modern era of barrel racing, Firewater Flit remains year after year on the leading sire's list. Fire Water Flit was sired by Flit Bar out of Slash J Harletta.

According to statistics, Fire Water Flit sired 623 registered foals of which 510 are of competing age. There have been 262 money earners with the majority being barrel racing and roping horses. He has money earners of over $2,200,000 thru 2004. He was named the 1990 barrel horse sire of the year and was the 2006 Future Fortunes sire of the year.

Unfortunately, Fire Water Flit died from natural causes on December 20th, 2005..


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