Our Freshman sire, "Oak" was purchased in Fort Worth from the Beechfork Ranch. He's a big, strong, good minded colt. He is 5-Panel N/N. His sire is NCHA Top Equi-Stat cutting sire Docs Stylish Oak who earned $65,978 in his career and boasts Offspring Earnings of more than $9 million dollars. The Stylish Oaks are big, pretty, good footed horses with lots of cow.

He Be Stylish

Docs Stylish Oak
bay 1984
Docs Oak
bay 1973
Doc Bar chestnut 1956
Susues Bay bay 1955
Docs Stylish
bay 1979
Docs Prescription bay 1973
Holleo sorrel 1961
Billie Two A Tee
bay 2001
Freckles Playboy
sorrel 1973
Jewels Leo Bars sorrel 1962
Gay Hay sorrel 1958
Billies Short Lena
bay 1994
Shorty Lena brown 1977
Billies Gay Sugar bay 1985

"nice quote about oak."

—who we're quoting
He Be Stylish

SIRE DOCS STYLISH OAK (1984) LTE $65,978 | OE $9M+ NCHA Top Equi-Stat cutting sire. Augusta Open Classic Champion; Abilene Winter Open Maturity Champion; Gold & Silver 5/6-Year-Old Open Co-Reserve Champion; split 4th, NCHA Open Breeders; finalist in the NCHA Open Derby, etc. An Equi-Stat All-Time Leading Cutting Sire and 11th Leading Sire in 1999, siring the earners of over $1,800,000 (average earnings of $33,729 per performer), including PLAYIN STYLISH ($118,764: 1999 NCHA Horse of the Year; 1999 NCHA Open Superstakes Champion), STYLISH AND FOXIE ($247,590: NCHA Open Super Stakes Reserve Champion; NCHA Open Classic/Challenge Reserve Champion), SHES A STYLISH BABE ($149,920: 3rd, 1999 NCHA Open Super Stakes; split 4th, NCHA Open Futurity), MR MOM (UNREG.) ($141,441: NCHA Gold Award; 6th, NCHA Super Stakes Open Gelding Stakes), STYLISH PLAYUN ($116,225: NCHA Non-Pro Futurity & Superstakes Reserve Champion; NCHA Non-Pro Gelding Stakes Champion), MY LADY STYLISH ($107,802: 4th, NCHA Open Super Stakes), MOMS STYLISH LADDIE ($85,985: Augusta 5/6-Year-Old Open Champion; El Cid 4-Year-Old Open Champion).

SIRE DOCS OAK (1973) LTE $70,998 | OE $10M+ NRCHA NCHA Hall of Fame; NCHA Gold, Platinum, Silver and Bronze Awards. 2009 No.18 AQHA Top Maternal Grandsire. He was Top Ten at the World Show; COA-Bronze, Silver, Gold, and Platinum; and had NCHA LTE: $71,000. He sired: 4 World Champions, 3 Reserve World Champions, Superior Performance, Halter point earners, Working Cowhorse Money Earners, NCHA LTE: $8,878,227, and NRHA LTE: $130,347. Doc's Oak was an own son of Doc Bar AQHA HALL OF FAME who sired: 9 World Champions, 4 Reserve World Champions, NCHA LTE: $3,213,453. Doc was sired by Lightning Bar AAA AQHA Champion who sired: World Champions, AQHA Champions, and NCHA Money Earners. His dam was Dandy Doll AA ROM Race who produced Superior Halter and AQHA High Point horses, her sire was Texas Dandy AQHA HALL OF FAME. Doc's Oak was out of Susie's Bay who produced ROM Performance, Superior Performance, NCHA LTE: $166,560, and THREE World Champions. Her sire was Poco Tivio, 5th NCHA World Champion, NCHA LTE: $11,189, he sired: AQHA Champions, NCHA LTE: $74,000. Poco Tivio was a son of Poco Bueno HALL OF FAME and out of Sheilwin who produced NCHA LET: $114,000, Superior Halter and AQHA High Point Horses. Susie's Bay was out of Susie L, who produced ROM Performance, sired by Jess Hank who sired ROM Race and Performance and NCHA Money Earners.

1st DAM BILLIE TWO A TEE (2001) LTE $15,440 Top 10 South Coast Winter Open Classic/Challenge; finalist in the Abilene Spectacular Classic Open; 8th UBS Western States CHA Open Derby; 5th UBS Western States CHA Derby $10,000 Novice Horse Open. Dam of 8 AQHA foals, 3 money-earners, including CODY HANNAH ($6,418 and 43 AQHA points: 8th CHA Nebraska Futurity Open, Beef Empire CHA Fall Sun Open Derby Reserve Champion; finalist in the AQHA World Ranch Sorting Level 2 Amateur), PEPTO TWO A TEE (NCHA $2,845), BFR TWO REY STREET ($2,800: semi-finalist in the NCHA Amateur Futurity, semi-finalist Indiana the NCHA $100,000 Amateur Futurity). Half-sister to BILLIE THE KIT ($79,508: split 7th NCHA Super Stakes Non-Pro Classic), BILLIES SHORT KING (P) ($50,335: APHA World Cutting Amateur Reserve Champion), BILLIES SMOOTH CAT ($48,599: semi-finalist in the NCHA Open Futurity), BILLIES KIT ($39,281: split 4th Abilene Spectacular Non-Pro Derby), BILLIES SHORT CAT ($20,162: 5th Augusta 4-Year-Old Cutting Non-Pro Futurity), BILLIES SHORT REY ($14,915: 5th Breeders Inv. Derby $10,000 Limited Non-Pro), BILLIE IS SMOOTH (4th South Dakota RCHA Non-Pro Futurity). Out of BILLIES SHORT LENA ($208,123: split 5th NCHA Classic/Challenge 5/6-Year-Old Non-Pro).

1st DAM SIRE FRECKLES PLAYBOY (1973) by Jewel's Leo Bar (a money-earning son of Sugar Bars) and out of Gay Jay. 1976 NCHA Futurity co-reserve champion; 3rd, 1977 NCHA Derby; 1977 AQHA World Champion junior cutting; 2nd, 1978 NCHA Finals; 3rd, 1978 AQHA World Champion senior cutting; 25 AQHA points; $59,976 NCHA LTE Among the Top 10 all-time leading maternal grandsires, by offspring earnings: $24.5 million NCHA; $284,000 NRCHA; $125,000 NRHC; nearly $177,000 AQHA World Championship Show. From 2,084 foals in 26 foal crops: 13 AQHA world champions and 17 reserve world champions. Freckles Playboy daughters' foals: 13 AQHA world champions, 15 reserve world champions, and more than $35 million in earnings with AQHA alliance partners. Inducted into the American Quarter Horse Hall of Fame in 2013.