Awesome Poco San Bar (AQHA)

2003 foundation-bred amber champagne grandson of Cougarand. Bloodlines include the AQHA Hall of Fame horses Peppy San Bar, Doc O Lena, Doc Bar, Poco Bueno, King, Leo and Blondys Dude. 15.1 hh. Stud Fee: $400.


Awesome Poco San Bar (Hank) is a gentle riding horse. 

"Hank" is a foundation-bred quarter horse with a virtual "who's who" pedigree of hall of fame horses in his pedigree. He also has a correct build with structure and balance nicely packaged in that striking amber champagne color we love. Best of all, Hank has an unbeatable disposition we would match with any stallion on the planet. Hank will ride with other horses in parades or on the trail, has excellent ground manners even around mares in season, and is always willing to be handled, brushed and ridden - even by someone with limited experience. He is a gentle, well-broke horse with good trail sense and a laid-back demeanor who also brings to the table proven bloodlines for ranching, roping and cow horse disciplines. His pedigree includes the world champion cutting horse and Hall of Fame stallion Peppy San Badger, the national cutting horse futurity champion and AQHA Hall of Fame stallion Doc O Lena, the hall of fame building blocks King, Poco Bueno and Leo, and the champion halter/performance point earner and Hall of Fame stallion Blondys Dude. Hank is truly one in a million when it comes to the entire package, and best of all Hank has proven to pass these fantastic traits on to his offspring. He will stand to outside mares during the 2015 breeding season.



Hank is a beautiful amber champagne with a nice profile, solid build and shimmering color.



Hank is very gentle. He doesn't mind dogs, traffic, obstacles or water.



Hank has a nice disposition and a kind eye. This photo shows his pink champagne skin color.



Hank produces quality foals. Pictured is a champagne filly sired by Hank.
 

Pictured left is Hank's sire Awesome Cougarand. At right is Hank's dam Pocos Gold Bars.
 
Hank with Kim Fagan enjoying a swim while camping (left) and riding in a local parade.

Hank with B and L Horse Ranch owner Laurie McEwen.