Prairie Breeze Quarter Horses
Royal Three Dash aka Dr. J.
Royal Three Dash, aka Dr J, is our stallion by Royal Three Charge, SI 103 and out of Miss Jordash, SI 107 x Dash For Cash. He collected $1000 in barrel racing with limited outs and he spent two winters in Rope horse training with Larry Kelly. Larry Kelly, Dr J. and Paul Tierney, 2008 ProRodeo Hall of Fame inductee, 1979 World Champion Calf Roper, 1980 World Champion All-Around (pictured at left-Sharon Reynolds, photographer).
We are quite sure you will be as excited as we are with the foals by our bay stallion, Royal Three Dash, "aka Dr. J. " He is sired by our older stallion AAAT, Royal Three Charge, SI 103, $16,873. Royal Three Charge, was the 1983 Montana High Point Race stallion, and is the sire of multiple AAA, AA and one Superior Race foals earning $35,729. He is also the sire of multiple Barrel champions, Rope horse champions, Dressage champions, and Pleasure horses (Photo at right is Royal Three Charge).
Dr J's dam was the phenomenal AAAT, Miss Jordash, SI 107 x Dash For Cash. (see below). With this superb pedigree you can see why Dr J gives his colts the smart, quick speed, super cow sense and the Cadillac ride. We feel Dr J will indeed carry on his sire's "Royal bloodlines" which include Three Bars, Sugar Bars and Jet Deck appearing right on his registration papers. He can't miss with the close-up bloodlines of Dash For Cash and Hempen from his dam. Because of his Rope horse training schedule the last few years, he has been away from the ranch, but that is about to change, we will breed Dr J to many more mares this year.
Dr J's get are earning! $15,000+ of
* Dashin Alexandra; $4,500 Barrels
* Docs Smokin Quickdash; Barrels, Jumping
* Runnin J; $9,406 Race
* Jumping Jack Rabbits; Barrels
Click to view Larry heading on Dr. J
Miss Jordash, SI 107, LTE-$121,869 had 15 foals, many AAA, and her Skirt Chasin Alibi daughter is now one of our top producers. Miss Jordash was sired by the leading sire and World Champion Race Horse, Dash For Cash, SI 114, LTE-$ 507,688 whose get and grandget are still out there winning at barrels, racing, cutting and roping. Miss Jordash was one of the top money earning daughters of Dash For Cash and earned a berth herself in 1985 to the prestigious "Champion of Champions" Race at Los Alamitos. She was out of an own daughter of Hempen, TB (pictured at right) -Hempen's Mildred, dam of get earning over $139,996, multiple AAA with her bottom side tracing to Man O War and triple crown winner, Count Fleet, TB. Hempen is the "grandsire" of 782 Race Winners, 102- AAAT, 402-AAA, earnings of $14,816,000 and 6 World Champions.
Dash For Cash, SI 114, 2-Time World Champion, 4-Time Champion Race Horse, AQHA Supreme Race Horse, AQHA HALL OF FAME, 21 wins, 9 Stakes Wins, $507,687 is arguably one of the greatest quarter horses of all times on the racetrack and as a sire. He sired 1160 performers, 960 Race ROM, who have amassed $39,990,245 in earnings. His daughters are extremely sought after as broodmares and his sons are phenomenal sires-from First Down Dash, SI 105 to Miss N Cash champion cutting horse. His progeny alone have produced all time great quarter horses not only in the racing industry but also in the rodeo venue, roping and running barrels and in the cutting arena. In the past, Dash for Cash has been listed in the Equistat as the 17th leading grandsire of cutting horses and now Dash Ta Fame, a grandson, is the leading sire of barrel futurity horses for the last five years.
"I think one thing that made Dash For Cash (pictured at left) as fast as he was, and as successful as he was, was the fact that he has so much intelligence," said BF Phillips, his owner and breeder. "This horse had more intelligence, and has more intelligence, than any horse I've ever been around. When he was in his training period, in early life, this horse was just as docile as could be; you could take him out with a cotton rope and halter, and lead him out and graze him anytime, all the time he was in training. But you put him on a racetrack, and he got up on the muscle. He was that way all his life. you can go out there, and lead him anywhere you want to, do anything you want to with him, and he's just perfect. Every other day in breeding season, when he comes out of the stall and he knows he's going to the breeding barn, he gets on the muscle, but he's all business, whatever he does. And after the business is over, he's through." Evidently Dash For Cash passes on that temperament and disposition, also, as much as he does conformation and sheer athletic ability.....But a good horse is a good horse, and there's no better example than Dash For Cash. So whether it's a millionaire sprinter, a champion cutter, a jackpot roping mount, there are quite a few owners who are proud to say, "This one's by Dash For Cash."
Click to view video of Dash For Cash
With the added infusion of the AQHA Hall of Fame/AQHA Champion, Jet Deck, SI 100,"World Champion Race Horse, we believe Dr J will be an awesome stallion to carry on the Prairie Breeze tradition of raising and selling, kind, good looking, fast, and *cow smart athletes* "to perform in any venue."
Dr. J has a pretty strip face and dark feet. He is quite intelligent and a quick learner, has a big long hip, very correct legs. His trainer, Larry Kelly, says "he is quite intelligent, a quick learner, and smooth as glass to ride". He has speed to burn and turns on a dime with ease. Dr J will continue his rope horse training this winter with Larry. His semen ships very well and he settles all of his mares easily. With this Three Bars x Dash For Cash, Jet Deck pedigree, we feel Dr J will be a great sire. Contact us for a stallion packet. (Pictured at right Larry and Dr J")
His get are eligible for:
Barrel Breeders Incentive (MT), Valley Girls Barrel Races (WA); Southwest Desert Classic Barrel Futurity (UT).
Will be nominated to more Futurities as his foals become of eligible age.
Click for pedigree
"Dash For Cash"
Dash For Cash, SI 114, LTE-$507,689,
World Champion Race Horse, AQHA Hall of Fame, is:
Click to see a full page article from the Quarter Horse Journal in 1985 about Miss Jordash (Dr. J's dam).
Win photos of Miss Jordash out finishing World
Champion, Cash Rate.
Her trainer, Blane Schvaneveldt, said she had her own fan club when she was racing!!