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Colonel Freckles

<tr><th>Discipline:</th><td>Cutting</td></tr> <tr><th scope="col" colspan="2" style="text-align:center;">Other awards</th></tr><tr><td colspan="2" style="text-align:center;">1976 NCHA Futurity Champion</td></tr> <tr><th scope="col" colspan="2" style="text-align:center;">Honors</th></tr><tr><td colspan="2" style="text-align:center;">American Quarter Horse Hall of Fame</td></tr><tr style="font-size:80%; font-weight:lighter; text-align:center; color:#555;"><td colspan="2">Horse infobox last updated on: June 27, 2007.</td></tr>
Colonel Freckles

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Breed: Quarter Horse
Sire: Jewel's Leo Bars

<tr><th>Grandsire:</th><td>Sugar Bars</td></tr>

Dam: Christy Jay

<tr><th>Maternal grandsire:</th><td>Rey Jay</td></tr>

Gender: Stallion
Foaled: 1973
Country: United States
Color: Sorrel
Breeder: Marion Flynt
Horse (Equus ferus caballus)

Colonel Freckles, a Quarter horse stallion, was a cutting horse who earned $46,305.00 in National Cutting Horse Association (or NCHA) contests before retiring to a career at stud.[1] He died in October 1986 from complications of eating blister beetles.[1] Among his offspring are Nu Cash, Doc Jewl Bar, Reveille Bar, Just Plain Colonel, Master Jay, Colonel Hotrodder, Colonel Flip, and Colonel Barrachone.[1]

He was inducted into the AQHA Hall of Fame.[2]



Percentage (TB)
Three Bars (TB)
Myrtle Dee (TB)
Sugar Bars
Frontera Sugar
Palomino DO
Jewel's Leo Bars
Joe Reed II
Little Fanny
Leo Pan
Handy Shot (TB)
Mule Shoe mare
Colonel Freckles
Rey del Rancho
Panda de la Tordia
Rey Jay
Calandria K
Tordia de Garcia
Christy Jay
Leo Bob
Christy Carol
Mike Troutman
Mike's Dilly
Gypsy Diamond


  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Holmes Legends 6 pp. 114–125
  2. American Quarter Horse Association "AQHA Hall of Fame"


  • Holmes, Frank (editor) (2004). Legends 6: Outstanding Quarter Horse Stallions and Mares. Colorado Springs, CO: Western Horseman. ISBN 0-911647-73-2. 

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