MCJac Flash x RS Countach OLena

2018 AQHA Mare| col­or: sorrel

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Open / Non Pro Futu­ri­ty Prospect

a) NRHA Euro­pean Futu­ri­ty nominated

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c) SSP NRHA of Ger­many paid In

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MCJAC FLASH HOLLYWOOD JAC 86 EASTER KING
MISS HOLLYWOOD
SPORTS ZOLA 73 EASTERS SPORT
ZOLA BADGE 68
by SPAT OLENA SPAT OLENA SMART CHIC OLENA
STEPS LITTLE REMEDY
HARLAN GLO DUNCANS CANDY MAN
HEIDI GLO

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On Target for The Futurities in 2021!

2018 AQHA Mare Pan­tel­le­ria Jac 76, sired by The Leg­endary McJac Flash: 14 time ANCR Futu­ri­ty Cham­pi­on Pro­duc­er- 1 time ANCR Futu­ri­ty Res Cham­pi­on Pro­duc­er- 5 time ANCR Der­by Cham­pi­on Pro­duc­er- 6 time ANCR Pre-Futu­ri­ty Cham­pi­on Pro­duc­er–  2 time ANCR Res Cham­pi­on Pro­duc­er (by Hall of Famer- 2 time World­cham­pi­on- and NRHA’S first $1 Mil­lion Dol­lar Sire Hol­ly­wood Jac 86) x own daugh­ter by Spat OLe­na, NRHA’S first $1 Mil­lion Dol­lar Sire in Europe (by Hall of Famer- and $14 Mil­lion Dol­lar Sire Smart Chic OLena).

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MALE LINE

MCJac Flash (by Hollywood Jac 86)

NRHA FUTURITY LTD OPEN FINALIST OKL/USA

1991 AIQH OPEN CHAMPION, Verona

1991 AICR IPPOS BARI OPEN RESEVE CHAMPION

1991 AIA PADOVA OPEN RESERVE CHAMPION

1991 AICR INT… CUP OPEN RESERVE CHAMPION, Portogruaro

1991 BENEVENTO — AICR MATURITY OPEN 3rd

1991 FALL FUTURITY NON PRO 4th
1991 AICR FUTURITY NON PRO RESERVE CHAMPION, RE

1992 AICR DERBY NON PRO RESERVE CHAMPION, Portogruaro

1992 AICR STARS STRIPS OPEN 3rd

1992 NRHA AMERICANA BRONZE TROPHY NON PRO 3rd

1992 AICR FUTURITY — AICR STARS STRIPS OPEN 3rd

1992 AICR STARS STRIPS OPEN CHAMPION, Verona

1992 AICR CHAMPIONSHIP OPEN RESERVE CHAMPION OF THE YEAR

1992 AICR CHAMPION SHIP, STARS STIPS OPEN Champion,

1992 AICR TWIN RUN, AICR OPEN RESERVE CHAMPION

1994 AMERICANA WORLD SHOW AQHA — REINING OPEN FINAL 3rd

1994 AMERICANA AQHA REINING OPEN 1GO ROUND CHAMPION

Sire of-
14 time ANCR Futu­ri­ty Cham­pi­on Pro­duc­er
1 time ANCR Futu­ri­ty Res Cham­pi­on Pro­duc­er
5 time ANCR Der­by Cham­pi­on Pro­duc­er
6 time ANCR Pre-Futu­ri­ty Cham­pi­on Pro­duc­er
2 time ANCR Res Cham­pi­on Pro­duc­er
2002 NRHA Euro­pean Cham­pi­onship Affil­i­ate Non Pro Cham­pi­on Pro­duc­er
Pro­duc­ing Record of over $400,000+
Watch out:
Sire of-
RS VOBINDA — THE FIRST OPEN REINING HORSE “TRIPLE CROWN” CHAMPION IN THE WORLD! 

  • Hall of Fame
  • 2 time Non-Pro Worldchampion
  • 12 time Bronze Tro­phy Champion
  • AQHA 80 Open Per­for­mance Points
  • ROM Per­for­mance
  • AQHA Supe­ri­or Rein­ing Horse
    Pro­duc­ing Record of over $1.7 Mil­lion Dollar

FEMALE LINE

1Dam: RS Countach OLena, sired by Spat OLena (by Smart Chic OLena)

About Spat OLena:

1997

  • Open Der­by Finalist
  • Res Cham­pi­on Open Governor’s Classic 
  • Res Cham­pi­on South­west Futurity 
  • Ltd Open Cham­pi­on South­west Futurity 
  • NRHA Futu­ri­ty Ltd Open Champion 
  • SWRHA Austin NRHA Open Bronze Tro­phy Res Champion 
  • SWRHA Austin NRHA Bronze Tro­phy Ltd Open Champion
  • 
NRHA South­west Futu­ri­ty Int Open Champion 
  • Lazy E Finalist

1998

  • Nation­al Rein­ing Breed­ers Clas­sic, Tied for 4th Open
  • Nation­al Rein­ing Breed­ers Clas­sic, Ltd Open Champion
  • NRHA Open Der­by Finalist
  • 
NRHA Open Res Cham­pi­on, Con­gress, Ohio 
  • NRHA Int Open Cham­pi­on, Con­gress, Ohio 
  • Final­ist Open Der­by, Arizona

1999 — 2001 

  • Mul­ti­ple Open Bronze Tro­phy Cham­pi­on &
 Mul­ti­ple Non Pro Bronze Tro­phy Champion
  • Pro­duc­ing Record
    NRHA’S first $1 Mil­lion Dol­lar Sire in Europe!

 

  • NRHA Hall of Fame 
  • Pro­duc­ing Record of over $14 Mil­lion Dollar 

Sire of-


  • 17 AQHA Worldchampions 
  • 31 Res Worldchampions 
  • 3 NRCHA Snaf­fel Bit Futu­ri­ty Champions 
  • 2 NRHA Open Futu­ri­ty Champions 
  • Off­spring earn­ing of over 26,000 AQHA pts
  • Hall of Fame
  • NCHA Triple Crown Champion
  • NCHA Der­by Champion
  • NCHA Super Stakes Champion
  • NCHA Futu­ri­ty Champion
  • $42.3 Mil­lion Dol­lar Sire
  • 2nd All-Time Lead­ing Sire
  • Equi-Stat Lead­ing Cut­ting Sire
  • NCHA-AQHA Lead­ing Cut­ting Sire
  • Pro­duc­er of-
  • 17 World Cham­pi­ons
    11 Reserve World Champions
  • The Leg­endary Hall of Famer Smart Lit­tle Lena was the first NCHA Triple Crown Win­ner, 2001 Equi-Stat #3 Cut­ting Mater­nal Grand­sire, Equi-Stat #6 All-Time Cut­ting Mater­nal Grand­sire and a Lead­ing Reined Cow-Horse and Rein­ing Mater­nal Grand­sire, 2006 Equi-Stat #1 Lead­ing Cut­ting Mater­nal Grand­sire, a Top Ten Rein­ing & Reined Cow-Horse Mater­nal Grand­sire whose daugh­ters have pro­duced the earn­ers of near­ly $29,000,000.

SPECIALS tongue-out

About Hol­ly­wood Jac 86:

Hol­ly­wood Jac 86 was the first sire in rein­ing his­to­ry to exceed off­spring with NRHA earn­ings of $1M, a feat he accom­plished in 1993 when purs­es were sig­nif­i­cant­ly less than they are today, as were the num­ber of avail­able high mon­ey rein­ings. In the same year, he was induct­ed into the NRHA Hall Of Fame. Six­ty per­cent of Hol­ly­wood Jac’s off­spring were per­form­ers, earn­ing over $1.7M in rein­ing earn­ings, and 1,668 AQHA points. Hol­ly­wood Jac 86 him­self earned NRHA earn­ings of $6,089, won two back to back NRHA Non-Pro World Cham­pi­onship titles in 1974 and 1975, and 12 NRHA bronzes. He also earned 80 AQHA open per­for­mance points, a per­for­mance ROM, and an AQHA Supe­ri­or in Rein­ing.
Hol­ly­wood Jac 86 only sired a total of 251 AQHA reg­is­tered foals, a frac­tion­al num­ber com­pared to the aver­age off­spring of the top rein­ing stal­lions of today. Yet, as of 1/2004, Hol­ly­wood Jac 86 still ranks #4 in All Time Rein­ing Sire off­spring earn­ings, superced­ed only by three still liv­ing stal­lions. The #1 All Time Rein­ing Sire spot belongs to his son, Hol­ly­wood Dun It, who has sired over 1000 off­spring. The 2nd belongs to Smart Chic Ole­na, who has pro­duced over 1200 off­spring, and the 3rd to Top­sail Whiz, who has sired over 750 off­spring.
Accord­ing to for­mer Jac Pac part­ner Sal­ly Brown, the flop eared stal­lion “didn’t have a tremen­dous pres­ence, and wasn’t par­tic­u­lar­ly attrac­tive. If you walked by him in pass­ing you prob­a­bly wouldn’t look twice at him.” How­ev­er, what he lacked aes­thet­i­cal­ly he made up for expo­nen­tial­ly in style, abil­i­ty, heart and pre­po­ten­cy. Accord­ing to pri­or own­er and NRHA Hall Of Fame inductee Richard Green­berg, he pos­sessed “an incred­i­ble com­bi­na­tion of pow­er and sen­si­tiv­i­ty”. And he had a slid­ing stop that absolute­ly rev­o­lu­tion­ized the style of rein­ing, a trait that unwa­ver­ing­ly has been passed down to his off­spring.
Bred by John and Mary Bowl­ing of Sum­n­er, Iowa, Hol­ly­wood Jac was born in 1967 at the Bur­nett Tri­an­gle Ranch in Texas. Pur­port­ed­ly the “86” came from the Bur­nett Ranch­es’ num­ber­ing sys­tem which issued num­bers to iden­ti­fy a horse’s orig­i­nat­ing equine female fam­i­ly. Often described as palomi­no, Hol­ly­wood Jac com­plete with dor­sal stripe, was reg­is­tered with AQHA as a red dun. It is clear that he car­ried both the dun and crème genes pro­duc­ing 35% dun, red dun & grul­la, and 42% palomi­no & buck­skin. And since AQHA rule 227(i) was removed in late 2002 allow­ing cremel­lo and per­li­no quar­ter hors­es to be reg­is­tered with the AQHA, one per­li­no son of Hol­ly­wood Jac 86, Hol­ly­wood White has since been reg­is­tered. The per­li­no col­or can only occur when each par­ent car­ries the crème gene.
Hol­ly­wood Jac 86 was sired by East­er King, an own son of King-P234, AQHA Hall Of Fame and AQHA and NRHA Hall of Fame pro­duc­er. East­er King was a 1951 sor­rel stal­lion who at the mere age of 18 months won the Jr Cut­ting Cham­pi­onship at the Fort Worth Stock Show, and then went on to accu­mu­late both open hal­ter and per­for­mance points and an open per­for­mance ROM in 1957. East­er King pro­duced per­form­ers earn­ing 2,631 AQHA points and $22,989 in NCHA earn­ings. Hol­ly­wood Jac 86 was his one NRHA mon­ey earn­er. East­er King was the also pro­duc­er of East­er Gen­tle­man, a 1970 gray stal­lion who still remains #40 on the All Time Lead­ing Rein­ing Sires list today.
Hol­ly­wood Gold, the sire of Hol­ly­wood Jac’s dam was a 1940 dun stal­lion, known in cut­ting cir­cles at the time as the “King of Cut­ting”. He earned a place in the NCHA Hall Of Fame, and sired off­spring with 2,840 AQHA points and $285,199 in NCHA earn­ings. He was also the mater­nal grand­sire of off­spring earn­ing over $1.3M in NCHA earn­ings.
The cross of East­er King on the Bowling’s ROM earn­ing Hol­ly­wood Gold daugh­ter Miss Hol­ly­wood pro­duced two per­form­ing full sib­lings to Hol­ly­wood Jac. King’s Berna­dine, a 1957 Palomi­no mare acquired 125 AQHA points and an open ROM in 1960, excelling in Open Trail. Full broth­er Mr Hol­ly­wood Red, a 1971 Sor­rel Geld­ing, had an extra­or­di­nary AQHA career, earn­ing a whop­ping 794 AQHA points and copi­ous world titles in a wide vari­ety of dis­ci­plines includ­ing West­ern Horse­man­ship, West­ern Plea­sure, Hunt Seat Equi­tation, Hunter Under Sad­dle, and Plea­sure Dri­ving.
The Bowl­ings sold Hol­ly­wood Jac as a wean­ling to Pat Fitzger­ald of Wis­con­sin, who owned him only briefly and nev­er trans­ferred him into his name, before train­er Spain Prest­wich found him. Prest­wich picked Jac out of a group of 30–40 colts. Fitzger­ald was amused at his choice, stat­ing that he had picked the “ugli­est” colt in the bunch, but Spain was sold on Jac’s ath­let­ic abil­i­ty watch­ing him slide from one end of the pen to the oth­er. He had an amaz­ing stop all right. After Spain start­ed show­ing him, in one of Spain’s trips with Jac to the Min­neso­ta State Fair, they slid approx­i­mate­ly 50 feet, only being stopped by a face plant into the wall. And yes, they won that rein­ing!
Richard Green­berg was in the mar­ket for a non-pro horse in 1972, and upon a sug­ges­tion from respect­ed train­er Clark Bradley, Green­berg sought out Spain to see if Jac was for sale. Although reluc­tant to sell him, Spain was in the process of pur­chas­ing a farm and was rais­ing funds for the pur­chase. He sold Hol­ly­wood Jac to Richie for $3000. Richie was in for a bit of a sur­prise when Dr. Ross Hugi who looked him over post-pur­chase, told Richie he was still a stal­lion. Jac had been so qui­et, it hadn’t occurred to Green­berg that he was still intact, a tes­ta­ment to the stallion’s excep­tion­al dis­po­si­tion, anoth­er pre­po­tent trait passed onto his off­spring.
The com­bi­na­tion of Hol­ly­wood Jac & Green­berg made his­to­ry. Togeth­er they won the Non-Pro World Cham­pi­onship titles in 1974 and 1975. Then Green­berg went on to win Non-Pro World Cham­pi­onships in 1978, 1980 and 1983 on Hol­ly­wood Jac 86 own daugh­ters Bit O Hol­ly, Pearly Jac 86, and Ms Mag­gie Jac respec­tive­ly. Greenberg’s exten­sive NRHA show record is packed with the names of innu­mer­able Hol­ly­wood Jac off­spring. Richard Green­berg was induct­ed into the NRHA Hall Of Fame in 2000.
The infa­mous Jac Pac between Green­berg and Sal­ly Brown was formed in 1984 upon sug­ges­tion from anoth­er NRHA Hall Of Fame Inductee and long time Hol­ly­wood Jac enthu­si­ast, Tim McQuay, own­er of the $3.5 mil­lion dol­lar pro­duc­ing Hol­ly­wood Jac son and NRHA Hall of Fame stal­lion, Hol­ly­wood Dun It. The Jac Pac was formed to pro­mote Hol­ly­wood Jac 86 as a sire, and remained intact until Hol­ly­wood Jac’s death. Brown agreed to go into part­ner­ship on Hol­ly­wood Jac 86 before ever see­ing the stal­lion. At the time she reflect­ed “are you real­ly being smart for buy­ing into a part­ner­ship for this much mon­ey with a horse that’s already 18 years old?” But Brown was so impressed watch­ing Jac’s off­spring in train­ing at McQuay’s and with Jac’s own per­for­mance record, that she new it was a great oppor­tu­ni­ty. She felt that if she got “3 good years” out of him that it was going to be a good invest­ment. For­tu­nate­ly Jac had more than 3 good years left.
Dur­ing breed­ing sea­son, Jac’s home was Dr. Ross Hugi’s Indi­an Creek Vet­eri­nary Clin­ic in Illi­nois. His stall was a 12’ con­crete diam­e­ter cylin­der grain silo, com­plete with win­dow, that was used at the clin­ic when required as an iso­la­tion area. Jac loved to hang his head out the win­dow. When talk­ing about Jac as the “whole pack­age” – a per­former, a sire, and as an indi­vid­ual, Dr. Hugi said “he was the best horse I ever worked on, and was one of the best tem­pered stal­lions I ever dealt with. He didn’t have any bad habits, and stamped his get in so many ways you just shook your head.” They had tremen­dous longevi­ty, and were excep­tion­al­ly phys­i­cal­ly sound hors­es.
Jac had very strong pref­er­ences when it came to romance. He didn’t like gray mares, wasn’t fond of the teas­ing process, and his dis­in­ter­est more than once told Dr. Hugi when a mare had just ovu­lat­ed. He had his “girl­friends”, and he had oth­ers that he had to be tricked into breed­ing. Brown still chuck­les when talk­ing about the “bait and switch” rou­tine they had to play to get him to breed mares that didn’t attract his atten­tion.
Some stal­lions are known as stal­lion pro­duc­ers, and some are known as mare pro­duc­ers. Not often does a stal­lion come along that so con­sis­tent­ly and excep­tion­al­ly pro­duces both. Hol­ly­wood Jac son’s off­spring have earned over $6.9M in rein­ing earn­ings, his daughter’s have pro­duced over $1.38M. Not only hold­ing the #1 Pater­nal Grand­sire of Rein­ing Hors­es slot from 1993 through 2003, he ranked the #1 lead­ing rein­ing sire in 1988, 1989, 1991, 1992 and 1994, and held the #1 lead­ing Mater­nal Grand­sire of Rein­ing hors­es slot in 1996, 1998, 1999 and 2002.
For those who con­sid­er Hol­ly­wood Jac 86 a “rein­ing pro­duc­er only”, check out the cur­rent Reined Cow Horse sta­tis­tics. In 2003 Hol­ly­wood Jac 86 is ranked the #17 Pater­nal Grand­sire of Reined Cow Hors­es. And it’s not just one Hol­ly­wood Jac son that is pro­duc­ing win­ning cow hors­es – at least 7 sons sired 2003 Reined Cow Horse mon­ey earn­ers, includ­ing: Hol­ly­wood Dun It, Jac Daniels Neat, Bog­gies Flashy Jac, Mas­ter Boot Jac, Mr Melody Jac, Prime Time Chex and Hol­ly­wood Macho Jac. Dun It Big, son of Hol­ly­wood Dun It, earned the 2004 NRCHA Open Hack­amore World Cham­pi­onship title. And as of 1/2004, Hol­ly­wood Jac 86 daughter’s have pro­duced $113K in NRCHA mon­ey earn­ers.
With sta­tis­ti­cal­ly one in ten of every top 200 All Time Rein­ing Sire’s list being an own son of Hol­ly­wood Jac 86, and hold­ing #1 Pater­nal Rein­ing Grand­sire spot for 11 con­sec­u­tive years, Hol­ly­wood Jac’s phe­nom­e­nal stal­lion pro­duc­ing pow­er is clear. What isn’t as obvi­ous is the cur­rent day impact of Hol­ly­wood Jac 86 mater­nal blood on some the con­tem­po­rary top rein­ing stallion’s sta­tis­tics.
The cross of NRHA Hall Of Famer Top­sail Whiz, the 2003 #1 Rein­ing Sire with off­spring earn­ings exceed­ing $2.5M, on Hol­ly­wood Jac 86 daugh­ters has epit­o­mized the con­cept of a “Mag­ic Cross” in rein­ing. Top­sail Whiz, the prod­uct of 2003 #1 Rein­ing Horse Breed­er and Hall Of Fame Inductee Bob Loomis’ stel­lar breed­ing pro­gram, crossed on Sal­ly Brown’s Bees Hon­ey Jac pro­duced Whizard Jac, the 1996 Open NRHA Futu­ri­ty Cham­pi­on, and earn­er of $155K in NRHA earn­ings. Top­gun Whiz, a prod­uct of Top­sail Whiz crossed on Ms Tidy Jac was the 1998 NRHA Futu­ri­ty Lim­it­ed Open Cham­pi­on and the 1999 Open NRHA Der­by Cham­pi­on, with earn­ings of $145K. The cross on Blonde At The Bar pro­duced Who Whiz It, with $56K NRHA earn­ings. And crossed on Ms Mag­gie Jac pro­duced both Don Quin­tana and Jump­ing Jack Whiz, with com­bined earn­ings of over $63K. The total off­spring earn­ings of Top­sail Whiz crossed on Hol­ly­wood Jac 86 daugh­ters as of 1/2004 was $491K.
Sal­ly Brown has also had great suc­cess cross­ing Shin­ing Spark, one of the hottest rein­ing sires of today on her Hol­ly­wood Jac daugh­ters. Sal­ly said she “thanks the stars that for some unknown rea­son she had been smart enough to hold back a Jac mare a year while in the Jac Pac, for her breed­ing pro­gram.” Crossed on Miss Hel­lo Hol­ly­wood, she pro­duced 1998 stal­lion Jacs Elec­tric Spark, 2001 NRHA Futu­ri­ty Final­ist, and final­ist in every major event entered, who has accu­mu­lat­ed over $78,900 in NRHA earn­ings. Shin­ing Spark crossed on anoth­er of Brown’s Hol­ly­wood Jac mares, Kelinds Lady Jac pro­duced Rise N Shine Jac, the 2001 NRHA inter­me­di­ate Open Futu­ri­ty Co-Reserve Cham­pi­on, and 5th in the NRHA Lim­it­ed Open Futu­ri­ty.
Boomer­nic, cur­rent­ly ranked the #12 All Time Rein­ing Sire can account for $126K of his total of $647K off­spring earn­ings to Hol­ly­wood Jac daugh­ters. Boomer­nic crossed on Bog­gies Last Jac pro­duced Mr Boomer­jac, 1998 NRBC Cham­pi­on, and final­ist in the 1997 NRHA Futu­ri­ty, 1999 NRHA Der­by and 1999 NRBC.
Hol­ly­wood Jac 86 daugh­ters crossed on #18 All Time Lead­ing Rein­ing Sire Lil Ruf Pep­py, have already pro­duced NRHA mon­ey earn­ers exceed­ing $74K. And of the $496K earned by #19 All Time Lead­ing Rein­ing Sire Bren­nas Kid off­spring, 192K or 38% were earned by off­spring out of Hol­ly­wood Jac daugh­ters.
Hol­ly­wood Jac 86 passed away in 1991 at the age of 24 due to kid­ney fail­ure. Due to the life­long inti­ma­cy devel­oped between Jac and his breed­ing han­dler, he was buried on the prop­er­ty of Dr. Hugi. Hugi said “I just can’t say enough about the horse. I had tears in my eyes at the end. Spring­time has nev­er been the same since he passed.”
Although gone for well over a decade, if you think — “old blood” when hear­ing the name of Hol­ly­wood Jac 86, think again. The blood of the com­mon look­ing stal­lion with the roy­al lega­cy, con­tin­ues to strong­ly pul­sate through the veins of today’s great rein­ing hors­es. Keep your eyes on those sta­tis­tics! The metronome ticks on, the pound­ing of hooves resound, and the leg­end of Hol­ly­wood Jac 86 gal­lops on.
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