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Hollywood Dun It – NRHA Six Million Dollar Sire

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Hollywood Dun It
The National Reining Horse Association announced that Hall of Famer Hollywood Dun It’s offspring just helped their sire surpass $6 million in official NRHA offspring earnings. Hollywood Dun It’s offspring earnings now total $6,007,133.

The earnings of Hollywood Dun It’s get have broken one record after another and now the legendary sire becomes the second NRHA Six Million Dollar Sire. Without a doubt, there are more records to be broken by Hollywood Dun It offspring. His legacy continues.

Hollywood Dun It get can be found in the winner’s circle virtually worldwide. Whether ridden by a professional, non-pro or youth reiner, Hollywood Dun It offspring have been stellar in the sport of reining.

Six of his offspring have earned in excess of $100,000 in NRHA Lifetime Earnings: Hollywoodstinseltown, Reminic N Dunit, Hollywood Vintage, Matt Dillon Dun It, Hollywood Downtown, and BH Hollywood Lady.

His foals have won many notable reining events including the NRHA Futurity, NRHA Derby, All American Quarter Horse Congress Futurity and National Reining Breeders Classic. They’ve qualified and won Gold medals in Fédération Equestre Internationale and USEF competition, as well as breed association world championships.

Now deceased, the celebrated sire was owned by McQuay/Easton LLC, a partnership comprised of NRHA Two Million Dollar Rider Tim McQuay and his wife, Colleen McQuay, Tioga, Texas, along with partner Jennifer Easton, St. Mary’s Point, Minn.

In 2005, Hollywood Dun It (Hollywood Jac 86 x Blossom Berry) passed away at the age 22. At that time, Tim McQuay said the decision to put him down was a difficult one. McQuay noted, “He’s been a part of our family, and a part of our lives, for a lot of years.

The memory of Hollywood Dun It is still alive, in the show pen and through Vaughn Zimmerman’s commissioned painting of Hollywood Dun It by equine artist Sherrill Brooke. The painting was donated by Brooke, Zimmerman and Jerry Kimmel. The original painting graces the NRHA International Headquarters with sales from limited edition, signed and numbered prints benefit the Reining Horse Sports Foundation.