His Sire, On A High, a 1981 stallion by Dash For Cash, earned $1,167,234 during his three years racing. From 18 crops to race, On A High is the sire of 891 horses, 681 starters, 454 winners, 43 stakes winners, 49 stakes placed horses and 535 ROM, with total earnings of $9,278,628. He is the sire of World Champion, See Me Do It, si 104, 16 wins to 5, $912,214.
As a broodmare sire, On A High is the sire of 280 dams with 1,094 race age foals, 616 starters, 365 winners, 434 ROM, 89 blacktype horses with earnings of nearly $10 million, including 2-Time World Champion Tailor Fit, si 110, $1,296,752, etc.
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Black Rabicano - AQHA
Discount to proven mares.
(multi-horse stud discount; special exception for proven mares)
Proven Money Earner
In training for Barrels and Reining
His Dam's Sire, Chicks Beduino earned $412,099 on the track at 2 and 3 years of age, with a record of 14-7-2-1. He won seven stakes races (including the Bay Meadows Futurity, Governor's Cup Futurity, and Dash For Cash Futurity, etc.).
From 13 crops to race through 2006 chicks Beduino has sired winners of more than $32.9 million. In 2000, Chicks Beduino led the America's Horse list of sires of the century based on the number of registered progeny, and as of 2006, he was third on the list of all-time sires by money earned and second on the list of leading sires by race winners. For years to come Quarter Horse races around the country will be have Chicks Beduino sons and daughters in the starting gates, and race programs and pedigrees will show the name Chicks Beduino as broodmare's sire or sire's sire.
He is sire of 136 stakes winners and 8 Champions. Included among his offspring: World Champion Whosleavingwho, si 105 ($1,012,074), Three-Time Champion Separatist, si 101 ($889,044), Champion Corona Chick, si 113 ($591,326), and Champion This Snow is Royal, si 101 ($554,748). Other speed standouts include Artesias Specialchic and Champion Country Chicks Man.
Chicks Beduino is 2007's #1 Leading Broodmare Sire.
Chicks Beduino has dominated the winners and earners lists for several years. Though he is deceased, there will be foal crops by Chicks Beduino for years to come, too. His frozen semen is available for purchase.
The great Chicks Beduino was owned by Joe and Rory Muniz and John Bobenrieth. He had been standing at the Blane Schvaneveldt Ranch, in California. His 2003 fee was $10,000.