Boon To Cat is a 2011 red roan stallion who is an own son of Boonlight Dancer. Boonlight Dancer's LTE in NCHA & NRCHA are + $136k. He has 228 performing offspring with earnings over $1.95M. Boonlight Dancer was the 2001 NRCHA World Champion Open Snaffle Bit Futurity who was rode by Todd Bergen. He also placed 3rd in the 2001 Santa Ynez Valley Cow Horse Futurity and placed 5th in the 2002 NCHA Summer Cutting Spectacular Open Derby. Boonlight Dancer is also ranked one of Equi-Stat's top Junior Cutting and Reined Cowhorse Sires. Boon To Cat's 2nd sire needs no introduction Peptoboonsmal. Peptoboonsmal's offspring LTE exceed $17.7M. He is in the Top 10 All Time Leading Cutting Sires. Boon To Cat has the genetics and ability to do great things. His dam WG Cubby Cat has NCHA earning offspring and is an own daughter of High Brow Cat. High Brow Cat is a legend himself being the only sire that has produced 8 NCHA Open Futurity Champions. He has been the leading NCHA Sire for 12 consecutive years. Boon To Cat's 2nd dam Peg Gay Lena's NCHA LTE $34k and she also has NCHA earning offspring. Boon To Cat's colts are showing excellent abilities and are very athletic. We are proud to stand him to the public and is siring amazing foal crops. We have recently been showing "Hugh" in AQHA Heeling and he now holds AQHA Heeling Points. We are excited to see what the 60th Annual Stock Show and Rodeo shows bring for us. We plan on showing him there in Heeling, Heading and Calf Roping!
DMAC Salty Spoon is a 2011 sorrel stallion. He is sired by Hes A Peptospoonful who is an outstanding athlete. When Hes A Peptospoonful died in 2012 his offspring earnings were a reported + $3.4M making him a $3 Million Dollar Sire. Hes A Peptospoonful was a NCHA money earner of $72k himself and was considered a 2011 NCHA Top 10 Leading Sire, NRCHA All-Time Leading Sire and the 2006 NCHA Freshman Sire of the Year. DMAC's dam is an own daughter of Docs Stylish Oak. DMAC's 2nd dam Playboys Samantha is an NCHA + $39k money earner. He definitely has the genetics and we are excited about his future. DMAC is new to our program but had an outstanding first foal crop for us this year.