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Go Man Go

Go Man Go

Wimpy. The first American Quarter Horse to be registered, and an AQHA Foundation Sire

Wimpy. The first American Quarter Horse to be registered, and an AQHA Foundation Sire

Charger Bar(1968)Tiny Charger- La Ree Bar By Rocket Bar(TB). 43 Starts 28 Wins 3 Seconds 6 Thirds. $495,437. Won Chicado V H, Go Man Go H(Twice), Los Alamitos Invitational Championship(X2), Champion Of Champions S, Los Alamitos Derby, Vessels Maturity, Horsemen's QHRA Championship (X2). !971,72,73, &1974 World Champion QH Racing Mare.

Charger Bar(1968)Tiny Charger- La Ree Bar By Rocket Bar(TB). 43 Starts 28 Wins 3 Seconds 6 Thirds. $495,437. Won Chicado V H, Go Man Go H(Twice), Los Alamitos Invitational Championship(X2), Champion Of Champions S, Los Alamitos Derby, Vessels Maturity, Horsemen's QHRA Championship (X2). !971,72,73, &1974 World Champion QH Racing Mare.

Driftwood – America's Horse Daily

Driftwood – America's Horse Daily

Zippo Pine Bar was one of the most prolific pleasure horse sires in history, sitting atop the leading sires list for more than a decade. He was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 2000. Learn more about the AQHA Hall of Fame inductees at http://aqha.com/en/Foundation/Museum/Hall-of-Fame/Hall-of-Fame-Inductees.aspx

Zippo Pine Bar was one of the most prolific pleasure horse sires in history, sitting atop the leading sires list for more than a decade. He was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 2000. Learn more about the AQHA Hall of Fame inductees at http://aqha.com/en/Foundation/Museum/Hall-of-Fame/Hall-of-Fame-Inductees.aspx

Foaled in 1944, Poco Bueno was by King P-234 and out of Miss Taylor. The plain brown colt did not possess his sire’s regal blood bay color, and he was a late bloomer.  In October of 1945, Hankins loaded the colt and some other horses, and hauled them to San Angelo, Texas. E. Paul Waggoner of the Waggoner Ranch bought the brown yearling for $5,700.

Foaled in 1944, Poco Bueno was by King P-234 and out of Miss Taylor. The plain brown colt did not possess his sire’s regal blood bay color, and he was a late bloomer. In October of 1945, Hankins loaded the colt and some other horses, and hauled them to San Angelo, Texas. E. Paul Waggoner of the Waggoner Ranch bought the brown yearling for $5,700.

Skipper W

Skipper W

Doc Bar | stallion show record for doc bar hall of fame race

Doc Bar | stallion show record for doc bar hall of fame race

Native Dancer- Determination on that face.

Native Dancer- Determination on that face.

His name was Texas Dandy, and he was an early crusader for Quarter Horse popularity on the race track, in the breeding world and even in Hollywood. He stared in the 1950 film, “Boy From India.” Texas Dandy was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 1994. Learn more about the AQHA Hall of Fame inductees at http://aqha.com/en/Foundation/Museum/Hall-of-Fame/Hall-of-Fame-Inductees.aspx

His name was Texas Dandy, and he was an early crusader for Quarter Horse popularity on the race track, in the breeding world and even in Hollywood. He stared in the 1950 film, “Boy From India.” Texas Dandy was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 1994. Learn more about the AQHA Hall of Fame inductees at http://aqha.com/en/Foundation/Museum/Hall-of-Fame/Hall-of-Fame-Inductees.aspx

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