Sired by Jewel's Leo Bars out of a daughter of Rey Jay
COLONEL FRECKLES offspring are prized by showman
& working cowboys all over America for their desire to
please, courage and their incredible cow sense.
Colonel Freckles, sired by Jewel's Leo Bars out of a daughter of Rey Jay,
won the 1976 NCHA (National Cutting Horse Association) Futurity.
The 1976 NCHA was considered to be one of the toughest
Futurities in the history of the event as the field included such
exceptional cutting horses as Freckles Playboy, Doc's Oak,
Doc's Remedy, Doc's Hickory, Doc's Mahagany, Montana Doc,
Wyoming Doc, Doc Athena and Smooth Herman.
Colonel Lil, a daughter from
his first foal crop, won the 1981 NCHA futurity.
Though Colonel Freckles died in 1986, he was listed in the
1997 issues of the Quarter Horse News as:
1st leading paternal grand sire of reined cow horses
2nd leading maternal grand sire of reining horses
4th leading paternal grand sire of reining horses
14th leading maternal grand sire of reining cow horses
The Colonel Freckles legend lives on thru the TS horses.