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BIDDING PRACTICE LOT - Peppy San
Gordon Howell NCHA
- Kind and Sex Quarter Horse Stallion
- Breed or Color Percentages Sorrel
- Vaccinations and Program Current Vaccine
- Feed prior to shipping Native Pasture
- Location Texas
- Sire Leo San
- Dam Peppy Belle
- Delivery Date Range Pickup Date
- Birth Date March 30, 1959
- Comments NCHA Registeres
- Representative and Contact Number Gordon Howell - (Phone Number)
- Lot # 1001
- System ID # 222656
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Peppy San was foaled in 1959, a sorrel stallion sired by Leo San and out of a mare named Peppy Belle. His sire was a son of Leo and was out of a descendant of Traveler and Peter McCue named San Sue Darks. Peppy San's dam was by Pep-Up who was bred by the King Ranch and was a double descendant of Old Sorrel. Peppy San's second dam was a mare from the 6666 Ranch named Belle Burnett.
Peppy San was ridden for many years by Matlock Rose in cutting contests, before turning to a stud career. With the NCHA he earned $49,478.40 in cutting contests, receiving their Certificate of Ability, Bronze, and Silver awards. He was inducted into the NCHA Hall of Fame He was also the 1967 NCHA World Champion Cutting horse and the Reserve Champion in the 1962 NCHA Cutting Futurity. With the American Quarter Horse Association (or AQHA) he was the 1967 High Point Cutting Stallion as well as an AQHA Champion, Superior Cutting Horse and a Performance Register of Merit earner. He was humanely put down due to the effects of old age on April 26, 1989.
Among Peppy San's numerous offspring were Peponita, Sanacee, Miss Peppy Gay Bar, Royal Santana, Sonita's Last, San Tip and Peppy's Desire. Peponita was inducted into the NCHA Hall of Fame as well as being the NCHA World Champion Cutting Horse for both 1977 and 1979. Three of his offspring won the NCHA Cutting Derby – Chunky's Monkey, Tip It San, and Peppy Lena San.
Peppy San was inducted into the AQHA Hall of Fame in 1991.