Star (MCR Sarahs Lark) stands 15.1 HH. She is a very stylish mare, big bodied, sweet minded with the prettiest head. Show people would love the mane and tail she carries! Like her half sister Snip, she too would have been noticed in a public arena but we never took her off the ranch.
1997 Florida QH Assoc. Tampa Futurity Show Rookie Champion; 1998 Florida Reining Horse Assoc. Novice Horse Non Pro Champion; 2000 Canadian Supreme - NRHA Open Co-reserve Champion; 2000 Western Canada Reining Assoc. & Sask. Reining Horse Assoc-NRHA Open Champion; 2001 Okanagan Summer Slide - NRHA Open Reserve Champion; 2001 Central Canada Slide n Spin - NRHA Open Champion; Points in AQHA Open Reining; NRHA Silver Certificate - over $5000 in lifetime earnings
2 time AQHA World Champion Super Horse; Sire of two Super Horses in both English & Western Events, including 'Look Whos Larkin'
Sired 542 Foals of which 247 were Performers. Performance of these Foals: Earned: 6,370 Performance Wins; 13,914.0 Performance Points; 588 Halter Wins; 197.0 Halter Points; 720 Novice Wins; 963.5 Novice Points; 169 Performance Register of Merits; 24 World Championships; 81 Performance Superior Awards; 2 AQHA Championships; 12 Performance Championships; 14 Reserve World Championships; 54 Grand Championships; 171 Reserve Grand Championships; 5 Versatility Awards; 669 All Around Championships; 504 Reserve All Around Championships; 17 High Point Earned; 1 All Around High Point Earned; 4 Halter Register of Merits. Other Earnings: AQHA Incentive Fund $348,839.52; AQHA World Championship Show $107,857.50; National Cutting Horse Association $1,451.65; National Reining Horse Association $34,342.07; National Snaffle Bit Association $18,075.96; National Reined Cow Horse Association $4,440.00; Palomino Horse Breeders Hlt Points 857.0; Palomino Horse Breeders Perf Points 5,315.0; International Buckskin Hlt Points 4.0; International Buckskin Perf Points 97.0; United States Equestrian Federation 35.0.
PATERNAL GRANDDAM: Jays Sugar Jewel
Was a producing dam at Carol Rose Reining Horses.
Dam of 5 money earners including – Five O Clock Lark $5,116; Little Drip Dry $3,827; Jays Smartin Jewel $1,529.
G/GRANDSIRE:Really Rugged (TB)
Record: 34-3-6-5, Earnings: $16,000. Offspring included: Superhorse; World Champion ;
World Champion (1978),Reserve World Champion (1977 & 1978), Top Ten World Show (1976 & 1977), Superior Performance (1977 & 1978), AQHA High Point Performance Horse (1977 & 1978), AQHA Champion (1976 & 1978), ROM Performance (1974, 1977 & 1979), Performance Point Earner 9.375% Joe Hancock
Owner's comments: a very pretty mare who has been an excellent producer. Her babies are very trainable and very correct. Her bloodlines include top cutting and working horses.
MATERNAL GRANDSIRE:Fintry Little Tom
Performance ROM, Sire of Champion reiners, barrel racers & cattle penners. Tom produced exceptionally nice minded horses with a lot of pretty. His mares have become the top broodmares in various herds. His performers have included winning barrel horses, cattle penners, reiners, ranch & PFRA horses, pleasure horses, trail horses, halter horses. All this from very limited foal crops. Always sensible & gentle and you never looked at him that he wasn't pleasing to the eye. Traits he passed on to his sons and daughters. nce. They were very popular with the fellows who ride the big pastures and doctor cattle. Stong and sensible was how they described them. She also produced a competitive barrel horse.
Fintry Tom Cat
G/GRANDSIRE:Fintry Tom Cat
Fintry Tom Cat is one of Alberta's most respected foundation sires. His bloodlines show up in many of the best working horses on the PFRA pastures and competing in almost every event at our rodeos and in our show rings. He is well known for adding pretty and athleticism to his offspring. They seem to be able to do it all. Grand Champion Halter
Leozella stood out in any herd of mares she was in. She had so much presence and excellent conformation. Her blood is carried in many of Alberta's top competitors in a wide variety of events. She was one of those mares that every breeder wishes he had. Grand Champion Halter
consistently produced strong athletes with lots of substance. They were very popular with the fellows who ride the big pastures and doctor cattle. Stong and sensible was how they described them. She also produced a competitive barrel horse.
The Page Lee horses are well known for their ability to work all day and be ready to go back to work again tomorrow. They are versatile horses with lots of stamina and staying power. Able to handle a cow or a trip to the mountains these bloodlines show up in a wide variety of performance horses.
3rd DAM:Star Kilebar
also the 3rd Dam to Sandy Ridge's Stallion, Root Beers Boots, a multi open reining futurity winner as well as a 1D barrel winner and sire of winning barrel horses.