Box 3 Livestock

Box 3 Livestock

The Top 10 Influencers in RC Gay Bar Star Dust’s Bloodline

Three Bars - Roan Bar - Bar Nothing Springer - King - Lightning Bar - Tom Baker - Steel Bars - Macanudo - Pretty Boy - Waggoner Mare

Three Bars - 1940 Chestnut Thoroughbred

Roan Bar - 1955 Blue Roan Quarter Horse

Bar Nothing Springer - 1944 Chestnut Quarter Horse

King P-234 - 1932 Bay Quarter Horse

Lightning Bar - 1951 Sorrel Quarter Horse

Tom Baker - 1951 Sorrel Quarter Horse

Steel Bars - 1953 Black Quarter Horse

Pretty Boy - 1928 Brown Quarter Horse

Three Bars - Breeder: James N. Parrish, Midway, Kentucky

Three Bars Leading Sire of Register of Merit Qualifiers, AAA Quarter Horses and Money Earners. Famous get - Mr. Bar None, Gay Bar King, Sugar Bars, Lightning Bar, Tonto Bars Gill, St. Bar, Steel Bars, Bar Money, Triple Chick, Alamitos Bar, Bar Depth, Royal Bar, Josie's Bar, Galobar, Rocket Bar, Sugar Bars, Lena's Bar, Lightning Bar and Zippo Pat. Grandget - Doc Bar, Zippo Pine Bar, Easy Jet, Kaweah Bar, Zan Parr Bar, The Invester, Tonto Bars Hank. Three Bars inducted in AQHA Hall of Fame in 1989

Roan Bar - Breeder: Arthur Reeves, Dupree, South Dakota 

Sire of AQHA Champion, Superior Halter Shesa Dilly Bar, ROM Arena Cue Bar Hank, Dakota Brown Bar & Joe D. 39 Performers in Halter, Barrel Racing & Pole Bending.

Bar Nothing Springer - Breeder: R.Clyde Miller, Fluvanna, Texas

Ben Springer, LaJunta, CO, Jim Like, Rocky Ford, CO, and Jim Boyle, North Platte, NE, hauled Bar Nothing Springer to RCA rodeos in the 40’s and 50’s as a calf and bulldogging horse. The stallion was used for ranch work when not on the road. AQHA Champion Offspring, Bar Nothing Pal. ROM Arena Offspring, Bar Nothing Pal - Producing Daughters, Abbie Bar, Dixie Hobo, Fancy Priss

King P-234 - Breeder: Burney James, Encinal, Texas

King sired a few racehorses such as Squaw H, but is best remembered for siring horses with tremendous performance ability and cow sense. A few of the stallion’s better known sons were Poco Bueno, Royal King, King’s Pistol and Continental King. King P-234 was inducted into the American Quarter Horse Hall of Fame in 1989

Lightning Bar - Breeder: Art Pollard of Sonoita, Arizona

Lightning Bar ran on the racetrack ten times, winning four races and then went on to show earning an AQHA Champion 1955. Five of Lightning Bar's foals earned AQHA Championships: Cactus Comet, Crash Bang, Lightning Rey, Pana Bar and Relampago Bar; Lightning Rey. In addition, Lightning Bar's offspring showed in National Cutting Horse Association including his most famous of spring Doc Bar. Lightning Bar was inducted into the American Quarter Horse Hall of Fame in 2008

Tom Baker - Breeder/Owner: C. E. Hobgood, Lubbock, Texas

Tom Baker Purchased in 1958 by Reeves Ranch in Eagle Butte, South Dakota. AQHA Champion Colts: Dandy Tom Baker. ROM Arena Colts: Cross Payday, Dandy Tom Baker, Kings Tommy, Lakota Charley, Tomboy Baker. Progeny Daughters: Daisy Kleberg

Steel Bars - Breeder: Mrs. Frank B Hoffman, Taos, New Mexico

Steel Bars earned more fame off of the track, in the show ring. He was a leading sire of AQHA champions.

Macanudo - Breeder: King Ranch, Kingsville, Texas

Macanudo was owned by the King Ranch in Kingsville, Texas. He was a producer of AQHA and NCHA Hall of Fame offspring.

Pretty Boy - Breeder: Claude Collins, Sterling City, Texas

Pretty Boy was owned by Waggoner Ranch, Vernon, Texas. Pretty Boy was the sire of 134 AQHA foals & 1 APHA Foal. #21 All-Time Leading Broodmare Sire. He is also the leading Maternal Grandsire of 14 AQHA Champions. ROM Arena Offspring: Dunny D, Talley Man.



Waggoner Mare

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full 8 generation linebreeding information.

The breeding of Three Bars, Roan Bar, Bar Nothing Springer, King P-234, Lightning Bar, Tom Baker, Steel Bars, Macanudo and Pretty Boy represent some of racings, ranchings and rodeos most notable sires. On the southern plains Pretty Boy and the Waggoner Mare represent the historic contributions of the Waggoner Ranch to the modern quarter horse industry. On the northern plains Roan Bar, Tom Baker and Bar Nothing Springer represent the historic contributions of the Reeves Ranch to the modern ranching and rodeo horse. Bar Nothing Springer played a pivital roll in the breeding of rodeo horses on the northern plains. In the desert southwest Three Bars and Lightning Bar helped shape the modern quarter horse industry, with there being no equal to the contributions of Three Bars.    

Macanudo - 1934  Chestnut Quarter Horse