DESTINYS DOVE Q-49343

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2001 MARE

This mare is a full sister to Little Destiny AQHA , ASH reg Marathons Little Destiny - a campdraft and challenge winner and placegetter. He came 4th over all in the Cloncurry Challenge and won the 2nd round of the wet work in 2004, Half sister to the well perf QP Spin N Win who came 5th in the NCHA Cutting Futurity. Half sister to well perf Cutting horse Blue Duck Kattie NCHA Money Earner. 2nd in the Top End Progressive Purse that same year. Other placings include 6th Paradise Lagoons Stallion Draft.

SIRE: By Acres Destiny(imp) Hall Of Fame , All Time leading Cutting Sire and a record breaking eight-time consecutive win over the Australian Campdraft Association Sires Progeny Award, from 2008 to 2015.

 

Dam Little Peppy Kate prod AQHA point Earners :

Clover Kate Kelly, dam of 49er Kate (by 49er Doc*)1990 NCHA Open Futurity co-Champion. 

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By Acres Destiny(imp) Hall Of Fame , All Time leading Cutting Sire and a record breaking eight-time consecutive win over the Australian Campdraft Association Sires Progeny Award, from 2008 to 2015.
 
By Bob Acre Doc who was a 2 Time World Champion Cutting Horse he sired an NCHA Futurity Champion and has progeny earnings in excess of $12.5Million.
 
Out of San Jose Hickory NCHA $245,000
 
Dam Little Peppy Kate prod AQHA point Earners :
Clover Kate Kelly, dam of 49er Kate (by 49er Doc*)1990 NCHA Open Futurity co-Champion.
#4 most successful producing daughter of Jack Hammer.
Full sister to Clover Ned Kelly, NCHA Money Earner, Working Cow Horse Champion.
3/4 sister to Clover Cherry Ripe, NCHA Hall of Fame (AUS), earnings of her get, grand-get, etc totals over $120,000.
 
By Jack Hammer (imp) NCHA Hall of Fame (AUS), NCHA money earner, sire and grandsire of NCHA Hall of Fame inductees.
 
Clover Gidget (imp), 1/2 sister to Clover Cherry (imp); NCHA Hall of Fame (AUS)
 
by Little Peppy Doc (imp) Rom Perf, Rom Cutting, Perf Hall Of Fame, Superior Cutting. AQHA Hall Of Fame
 
By Peppy San Badger. Cutting horse enthusiasts are all too familiar with Peppy San Badger, better known as “Little Peppy.” The 1974 sorrel stallion won the NCHA Futurity in 1977 and has sired the earners of more than 
$25 million.
Little Peppy will forever be linked to the legendary King Ranch and famous horseman Buster Welch. Bred by Joe Kirk Fulton of Lubbock, Texas, the sorrel blazed-face stallion was purchased by the King Ranch in South Texas as a 3-year-old. He was trained, shown and used on the ranch by Welch.
Even though Little Peppy remains the patriarch of dominant lines in the Cutting, Reining and Reined Cow horse industries, some of the best ranch remudas in the country descend from the stallion.