These great stallions were bred to the mares listed.
Check out the resulting foals on the "For Sale" page.
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Fire Water Flit
Slash J Harletta
Ima Little Bully
Bully Bullion SI 104
Fluently SI 90
Special Effort SI 104
Mary Poppins SI 95
Easily Smashed SI 99
Brisk Squaw Bug SI 89
Foals are eligible for these incentives:
5 State Breeders Barrel Futurity
Cornhusker Barrel Futurity
Iowa Hawki Breeders Barrel Futurity Incentive & BRIF
On The Money Red was the most prolific sire of money-winning barrel horses of all time. While he was still alive, Barrel Horse News reported him as the top sire for the previous 10 years! He was ranked the number one sire of money winning barrel horses more times than any other stallion. In 2002, a year after his death, he was named number one again. He has sired multiple stakes winners and AAA-rated race horses as well. Below, you will see the unbelievable number of winning offspring, which suggests success for many different riders, with different skill levels, riding equine athletes out of many different mare! OTMR had life-time progeny earnings of over 92 million.
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•2002: Number 1 sire (with 72 winning horses contributing!)
•2001: Number 3 sire (with 59 winning horses contributing!)
•2000: Number 5 sire
•1999: Number 3 sire
•1997: Number 1 sire
•1996: Number 1 sire
•1995: Number 1 sire
•1993: Number 1 sire
•1991: Number 1 sire
Due to cancer, On The Money Red was put down on January 25, 2001,
but his influence on the barrel horse industry is far from over...
On The Money Red
22 Starts 6 4 4
Just to Mention a few...
Speed Money: "Bumper" was a five-time National Finals qualifier, was voted WPRA Horse of the Year three times, and was a winner of the Calgary Stampede $50,000 round. Speed Money's life-time earnings exceeded $450,000.
Flowers And Money: Fallon Taylor's mare that took her down the professional road all the way to the NFR.
See My Money and On The Money Luv, both ridden by Kim Landry taking back-to-back wins at Fort Smith, with top futurity honors in 1996 and 1997, respectively.