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Étalon Q-H Auguste Gun

Auguste Gun(Colonels Smoking Gun x Hollywood Dun it )
Étalon Q-H

Sera disponible en semence fraîche ici au Centre d'attelage Équin-Star

Date 2020
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Colonels Smoking Gun ( GUNNER )
Père de Auguste Gun


EARNER OF $177,670

Colonels Smoking Gun (Gunner), a National Reining Horse Association Hall of Fame inductee, was the NRHA Futurity Reserve Champion in 1996, and tied for Reserve at the NRBC in 1998. He also went on to win the USET Reining Championship in 2001. He was immortalized as a Breyer Horse USET Special Edition model, as well. As Tim and Colleen moved Gunner to Tioga, TX after becoming his new owners in 2005, he was already a world champion reining sire. His outstanding offspring include 2009 NRHA Futurity and 2010 Derby Open Champion, Gunnatrashya. Gunner has sired numerous Futurity and Derby finalists and champions, in both the Open and Non Pro divisions, including 2012 NRHA Open Futurity Champion, Americasnextgunmodel, 2012 NRHA Open Futurity Reserve Champion, Gunners Tinseltown, and 2012 NRHA Non Pro Co-Champion, Customized Gunner. Gunner has also sired Gunners Special Nite, winner of the individual Gold medal at the 2010 World Equestrian Games, as well as had three offspring place Top Ten in the 2010 NRHA Futurity Open Finals, including our own Always Gotyer Gunsup (also 2012 NRBC Non Pro Champion and 2013 NRBC Non Pro Reserve Champion).
Gunner Hits $11 Million Mark
Posted on February 13, 2019 by Press Release
The late stallion Colonels Smoking Gun (Gunner) continues to soar to new heights in the reining industry.

The National Reining Horse Association (NRHA) announced Tuesday that the son of Colonelfourfreckle had become an NRHA Eleven Million Dollar Sire thanks to the exploits of his progeny in the United States and Europe.

He joins Topsail Whiz as the only sires to ever reach the milestone.

Bred by Eric Storey, of Henagar, Alabama, Gunner was one of 17 money-earning performers out of $656,610 producer Katie Gun (John Gun x Bueno Katie x Aledo Bueno Bar).

He was owned by Tim and Colleen McQuay of McQuay Stables Inc., of Tioga, Texas. His show ring highlights include the 1996 NRHA Open Futurity Reserve Championship, 1998 NRBC Open Reserve Championship, and 2001 United States Equestrian Team (USET) Festival of Champions National Reining Championship. He retired with an Equi-Stat record of $177,386.

Gunner’s top-earning offspring, according to Equi-Stat:

NRHA Derby Level 4 Open Champion Tinker With Guns ($346,368, out of Tinker Nic x Reminic), NRHA Futurity Level 4 Open Reserve Champion Gunners Tinseltown ($316,233, out of Miss Tinseltown x Great Red Pine), NRHA Futurity Level 4 Open Champion Americasnextgunmodel ($305,779, out of Cee Dun It Do It x Hollywood Dun It), NRHA Futurity Level 4 Open Champion Gunnatrashya (#236,457, out of Natrashya x Trashadeous) and NRHA Futurity Level 4 Open Reserve Champion Gunners Special Nite ($222,974, out of Mifs Doll x Mifillena).

Gunnatrashya and Gunners Special Nite also are Equi-Stat Elite $2 Million Dollar Sires.

Holywood Dun It
Grand père de Auguste Gun

EARNER OF $65,000+

Hollywood Dun It was by the great Hollywood Jac 86, out of Blossom Berry, a daughter of Dun Berry. During his show career, Hollywood Dun It was National Reining Horse Association Futurity Reserve Champion, NRHA Derby Champion and Superstakes Champion.

Offspring of Hollywood Dun It are renowned for their attractive looks and extreme trainability. They have won the NRHA Futurity, Derby and Superstakes, National Reining Breeders Classic, All American Quarter Horse Congress Futurity, Southwest Reining Horse Association Futurity, Tradition Futurity, and numerous others around the world. Six of his offspring have earned over $100,000!

Hollywood Dun It produced AQHA World Champions, National Half-Arab Champions and multiple NRHA World and Reserve World Champions. He was selected as the first Breyer Animal Creations reining horse in 1998. He earned over $100,000 in performance and sire awards. During his life, he was the leading All-Time Sire of reining performers, siring both AQHA and NRHA World Champions. His offspring are known for being big stoppers, deadly leaded and nimble turners that can be found in the show pen with professionals, non pros and youths alike. Beyond that, this great sire also passed on his affectionate and people-loving nature. Hollywood Dun It was inducted into the NRHA Hall of Fame in 2000. In 2003, he became the only horse with offspring earnings surpassing the $3 million mark. Then in 2004, he again made history when his offspring earned in excess of $4 million. In 2010, the Dun Its did it again, making him the second sire in NRHA history to exceed $6 million!

For two decades, Hollywood Dun It touched people. Daily, they would come to Tioga, Texas from all over the world to visit him. Part of his appeal was that he won and placed at the most prestigious reining competitions in the world and part of it was his genetic prominence. Part was his personality. He was a “people” horse that loved to play to a crowd. During his competitive years, his charisma resulted in winning performances and later, a bow for a carrot still captured hearts. Part of it was that unforgettable face, the kind eye and sculpted head that he carbon-copied on to his get. But to fully understand why so many people loved him, you have to know that he is a horse that made them believe! His magic made careers and fortunes.

When he was inducted into the NRHA Hall of Fame, association President Frank Costantini asked the audience, “Is there anyone here who hasn’t won with a Hollywood Dun It?”

Folks in the reining industry knew that you could bet the farm on this horse. When you believed in Hollywood Dun It, dreams came true.

In 2005, Hollywood Dun It passed away at the age of 22. At that time, Tim McQuay said the decision to put him down was a difficult one. McQuay noted, “He’s been a part of our family, and a part of our lives, for a lot of years. Hollywood Dun It’s memory is still alive and well, living on in the hearts of his fans and in the legacy of his offspring.

We were so fortunate. Hollywood Dun It was a part of our family for 20 years. Mandy grew up with him. Actually, we all grew up with him! He changed our lives and affected so many others. But for all he did for us, we are most grateful for the many friends we met over the years who shared the love of a horse. We treasure every visit, every photo, and every drawing that was sent. We are deeply touched by all your kind words and will always greatly appreciate each of you who were part of his life and who supported Dun It in his career in so many different ways.

Colonel Freckles
Arrière grand père paternel de Auguste Gun

Colonel Freckles’ life began in 1973 on a ranch in Midland, Texas. The blaze-faced stallion was the son of Jewel’s Leo Bars out of Christy Jay by Rey Jay. His breeder was Marion Flynt.

The stallion first received recognition at the 1976 National Cutting Horse Association Futurity. At the time, Bob McLeod was his owner and Olan Hightower rode the sorrel. Hightower knew that the only way they were going to win the finals that year was to pick three feisty cows out of the herd. The tactic worked. Colonel Freckles won the championship, putting him in the books as a great athlete.

At the 1976 NCHA Futurity, Lou and Wanda Waters watched Colonel Freckles and fell in love with him. They bred 24 mares to the stallion before purchasing him in 1983. He became the centerpiece of their breeding facility in Fulshear, Texas.

In 1981, 36 of Colonel Freckles’ progeny entered the NCHA Futurity. Seven qualified for the semifinals and four made it to the finals, including Futurity champion Colonel Lil. Other notable offspring of Colonel Freckles included 1988 NCHA Futurity reserve champion Cols Lil Pepper, finalist Colonel Flip and Super Stakes reserve champion Colonel Leo Bar.

Colonel Freckles’ offspring also competed well in National Reining Horse Association and National Reined Cow Horse Association events. Freckles Top Brass, Freckle Kid and King Badger’s Colonel were champions in NRHA Futurity and Derby events. In 1987, one of Colonel Freckles’ sons, Nu Cash, won the NRCHA Snaffle Bit Futurity and went on to sire three other NRCHA Snaffle Bit Futurity winners.

The sorrel’s 417 performing foals earned 2,719.5 AQHA points, 66 Registers of Merit and several AQHA Champion titles.

Colonel Freckles died in 1986. He was inducted into the American Quarter Horse Hall of Fame in 2004.

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