Horse Center – Stallions

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♦ Stallions Standing at the Horse Center

The following stallions are standing at the Texas A&M University Horse Center. To book a breeding, contact Krissy Schroeder, breeding manager/assistant facility manager, at 979-966-8826.

Star G El Rey Doble

Breeding Fee:  $500 (includes chute fee) – cooled shipped semen available

2002 Sorrel Stallion / owned by TAMU Department of Animal Science (donated in 2018 by Chet Gentry) ~ Outstanding Cutting horse bloodlines  / NCHA LTE $1,611.23; shown by Sam Wilson at 2005 NCHA Open World Championship Futurity

Accomplishments: $118,000 – NCHA COA. / Progeny Earnings in excess of $38 million (2018) 2003 AQHA Freshman Sire of the Year / 2005 Equi-Stat, #6 Top Cutting Sire All Ages/All Divisions.

Sire offspring including TR DUAL REY ($353,174: NCHA Super Stakes Open Reserve Champion; NCHA Summer Cutting Spectacular Derby Open Reserve Champion)
REYS DUAL BADGER ($308,938); CAT A REY ($230,360)

Dam’s sire: SON OF DOC, 1982 AQHA World Open Sr Cutting Res.Champion / 1979 AQHA World Show Jr Cutting-7th / NCHA $18,786  / NCHA COA Bronze / Sire Of: NCHA World Champions; NCHA Hall of Famer All Time Leading Cutting Horse Sire

♦ Reference Stallions


Stallion is no longer being bred; Reference stallion of our breeding herd. 

2000 Chestnut Stallion by TAMU Department of Animal Science (donated in 2016 by Michael Krueger~ Cutting horse stallion.

“Boomer’s” accomplishments: NCHA earnings of $33,801; Top 10 NCHA Summer Cutting Spectacular Derby Open; finalist NCHA Super Stakes Classic/Challenge Open; finalist in Suncoast Derby Open, Memphis Futurity 4-yr-old Open and Bonanza Cutting 5/6 yr-old Open; split 5th Houston Livestock Show & Rodeo Cutting Open.

SONITALENA, NCHA LTE $224, 583 / offspring earnings of $221,826 / 1996 NCHA World Champion Cutting Horse / 1990 NCHA Open Futurity Champion / 1996 World Champion Stallion / 1996 Abilene Spectacular Mini Masters Open Champion.

Dam: NCHA earnings of $76,819, by Haidas Little Pep (Leading sire of cutting horses; NCHA Reserve World Champion; NCHA Open Futurity Reserve Champion; NCHA earnings $425,174; Sire of world champion offspring, siring earners of $9,200,000+)

TAMU Peppy Rey Jay

Reference Stallion

Stallion deceased (1999-Dec 2021)

1999 Chestnut Stallion / owned by TAMU Department of Animal Science – Great performance pedigree & King Ranch breeding. Shown by TAMU Stock Horse Team.

Sire: Pop a Top Pep: 3rd place NCHA Futurity; NCHA earnings of $162,466; NCHA offspring earning totaling $461,922.12

Dam: by Rey Jay, NCHA Non-Pro finals, AQHA Championship; 3 Reserve Grand Championships; Performance ROM. NCHA earnings of $20,597.07; NCHA grandshire of earnings totaling $4,057,631.32; NRHA $92,034.84; NRCHA $70,165.57.

Dundee Colonel

Reference Stallion

Stallion deceased (1995-June 2022)

1995 Dun Stallion / owned by TAMU Department of Animal Science – The breeding and color that sells!

“Dundee” has been shown by the TAMU Women’s NCAA Equestrian Team and has been ridden by TAMU Stock Horse Team.

Sire of 9 Performance Wins; 6.5 Performance Points; Novice wins; other earnings: National Reining Horse Association; 7 American Buckskin Registry Halter Points; 23 American Buckskin Registry Performance points.


Texas A&M University Horse Center
Krissy Schroeder, Facilities Manager/Breeding Manager
(979) 966-8826

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