All of these outstanding stallions appear on Sindicat's impressive pedigree...
Cats Merada |
Life Time Earnings $177,000
SIRE - HIGH BROW CAT (1988). $126,252: Augusta Open Classic Champion. NCHA #1 All-Time Leading Sire, siring the earners of over $52,000,000.
DAM - MERADA LENA, by Freckles Merada. Earner of $26,107: Oklahoma Fall Open Classic Reserve Champion; finalist in the Augusta Open Classic, Memphis 4-Year-Old Open Futurity, Abilene Spectacular Open Derby, Southern Cutting Open Classic. Dam of 5 foals of performance age, all money-earners, $257,091
High Brow Cat |
#1 Leading All Time Cutting Horse Sire
Sire of offspring with earnings of $52 Million
Leading Sire of Sires
The sons of 'Cat' are amoung todays leading sires
An unprecedented seven High Brow Cat foals have won NCHA Futurity Open Championships in the past nine years, along with five Reserve Open Championships. At NCHA “Triple Crown” events – the NCHA Futurity, NCHA Super Stakes and NCHA Summer Spectacular – High Brow Cat offspring have won $18 million.
High Brow Cat was named NCHA/American Quarter Horse Association Sire of the Year for 10 consecutive years and his daughter Dont Look Twice is cutting’s all-time leading mare with $764,637 in earnings.
Smart Little Lena |
one of the cutting world’s all-time leaders
as a performer and a stallion
High Brow Hickory |
NCHA Futurity, '86 2nd Open Futurity; NCHA Breeders, '87 2nd Open Cutting; AQHA High Point Performance Horse, '89; AQHA Reserve High Point Performance Horse, ROM Performance, NCHA money-earner, COA, Bronze - Total Points Earned: 27; Perf Points: 27; NCHA Earnings: $197,292.
Peppy San Bager |
won the National Cutting Horse Association (or NCHA) Futurity and Derby. He was inducted into the American Quarter Horse Association's (AQHA) Hall of Fame in 2008
The National Reined Cow Horse Association World Championship Snaffle Bit Futurity in 2001 illustrated just how prolific Peppy San Badger’s offspring have become. At the Snaffle Bit Futurity, four of the top 10 open horses were by sons of Peppy San Badger.
Somebody's Smart |
Offspring are winners of over $2 million