Stylin Cat, a 2003 son of Highbrow Cat and out of Stylish Freckles, a daughter of Docs Stylish Oak., is an NCHA earner of $112,850. He is unique in that he is the only proven son of Highbrow Cat out of a Docs Stylish Oak mare who is a three-quarter sister to the great "Stylish Play Lena". Stylin Cat was bred by Jack and Susan Waggoner and purchased as a two-year-old by John McClaren. He was trained and shown by Mark Michels making multiple Aged Event Finals with highlights including a 3rd place finish in the Open Derby at the NCHA Summer Spectacular and was the Reserve Champion at the Abilene Spectacular. He was also an Open Classic Challenge Finalist at Augusta with Phil Rapp as a catch rider.
Stylin Cat has the best of both worlds, combining the athleticism and cow sense of Highbrow Cat, with the grace and style of the Stylish Oaks. He is a perfect cross for any program and has consistently thrown some of the best looking babies with lots of chrome.
With a very limited first few foal crops there are 28 progeny that are performance age, 12 are already NCHA money earners and two are barrel racing money earners. His offspring earnings already total $172,063.
Stylin Cat’s top NCHA money earners include:
“Stylin Sweetie” (Stylin Cat x Salute This by Smart Little Lena) NCHA LTE. $58,248 ridden by Lloyd Cox
“Stylin In Red” (Stylin Cat x Oaks Sweet Cherry by Docs Freckles Oak) NCHA LTE. $33,957 ridden by Josh King
“Bend And Snap” (Stylin Cat x Dualsnap by Dual Rey) NCHA LTE. $30,143 ridden by Lloyd Cox and Any Sherrerd
“Flashing Some Reys” (Stylin Cat x Dualsnap by Dual Rey) NCHA LTE. $27,382 ridden by Paul Hansma and Tatum Rice
When planning your breeding season, consider this affordable and standout son of Highbrow Cat. He is currently standing at Weatherford Equine Breeding Facility in the US. and has frozen semen available at Quipolly Equine Center in Australia. Not only is Stylin Cat a great value, but also a smart investment.