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John Fame(2004)Dash Ta Fame- Im Thinking Money By Financially. 3x3 To Dash For Cash, 5x5x5 To Rocket Bar.

John Fame(2004)Dash Ta Fame- Im Thinking Money By Financially. 3x3 To Dash For Cash, 5x5x5 To Rocket Bar.

John Fame. Fee $500. Dash Ta Fame x Im Thinkin Money by Finacially. (1)

John Fame. Fee $500. Dash Ta Fame x Im Thinkin Money by Finacially. (1)

Holy Bart(2002)Dash Ta Fame- High On Coaly By On A High. 3x3 To Dash For Cash, 5x5 To Jet Deck, 5x5x5 To Rocket Bar(TB). 35 Starts 16 Wins 6 Seconds 4 Thirds. $22,904. Won Phoenix Gold Cup(Twice).

Holy Bart(2002)Dash Ta Fame- High On Coaly By On A High. 3x3 To Dash For Cash, 5x5 To Jet Deck, 5x5x5 To Rocket Bar(TB). 35 Starts 16 Wins 6 Seconds 4 Thirds. $22,904. Won Phoenix Gold Cup(Twice).

Mac N Fame si 99. Fee $2000. Dash Ta Fame x Stella Lane by Lanes Leinster. (1)

Mac N Fame si 99. Fee $2000. Dash Ta Fame x Stella Lane by Lanes Leinster. (1)

Brother Is. Fee Private Treaty. Dash Ta Fame x Gonna Get Gone si 106 by Barrymore. (3)

Brother Is. Fee Private Treaty. Dash Ta Fame x Gonna Get Gone si 106 by Barrymore. (3)

Leo (1940–1967) was one of the most influential Quarter Horse sires in the early years of the American Quarter Horse Association (or AQHA). He was a double grandson of Joe Reed P-3, as both his sire and dam were by Joe Reed P-3. He was registered with the AQHA as number 1335, a sorrel stallion bred by J. W. House of Cameron, Texas and owned by E. M. Salinas of Eagle Pass, Texas.

Leo (1940–1967) was one of the most influential Quarter Horse sires in the early years of the American Quarter Horse Association (or AQHA). He was a double grandson of Joe Reed P-3, as both his sire and dam were by Joe Reed P-3. He was registered with the AQHA as number 1335, a sorrel stallion bred by J. W. House of Cameron, Texas and owned by E. M. Salinas of Eagle Pass, Texas.

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