Boon Too Suen, a National Cutting Horse Association (NCHA) World Champion Stallion and an earner of $263,795, needs no introduction. The stallion is by Equi-Stat Elite $26 Million Sire Peptoboonsmal and out of the three-time NCHA World Champion Meradas Little Sue (by Freckles Merada), a $1.6 million producer.
We are well into the 2019 breeding season and as we see foals being born, we make the decisions on who to breed back to. We start going down the list of stallions, studying performance statistics, sire statistics, conformation, etc., all with the same goal in mind — no matter what discipline we are breeding for. We want the next CHAMPION!
At SDP Buffalo Ranch, we give advice when asked what is the best cross for a mare. We get that question quite a lot, actually. We gather information, like what you like and dislike about your mare, and what goals you have set for the foal. Are you going to keep it and train it, or try to sell it? We take all that information, and then offer our very best suggestion.
One thing that never changes in these suggestions is that the numbers don’t lie. That is exactly why I chose to write about Boon Too Suen today. The opening statement in this article has some pretty impressive stats about Boon Too Suen. He has earned $263,795 in his performance career, he is by the tremendous $27 million sire Peptoboonsmal and his dam, Meradas Little Sue … well, she’s amazing! She’s a three-time NCHA World Champion, the 1996 NCHA Horse of the Year, an NCHA Hall of Famer and a producer of $1.6 million!
There are lots and lots of great numbers there, for sure. But, Boon Too Suen is SO MUCH MORE! He is a $2.1 million sire, he has a per performer average of $28,618-plus among 75 money-earners, and he has sired several NCHA champions and finalists in all three NCHA Triple Crown events and shows across the U.S.
All of these statistics, when you look at Boon Too Suen as a sire, swing the pendulum for success in your direction when breeding to him. Further information from Quarter Horse News and Equi-Stat show that his top crosses are daughters of:
- High Brow Cat — $1.5 million in earnings for a $58,356 average
- Smart Little Lena — $119,286 in earnings for a $23,857 average
- Duals Blue Boon — $99,001 in earnings for a $49,501 average
- Dual Rey — $75,074 in earnings for a $37,537 average
Breeding to proven sires statistically provides proven results, it just is what it is. There is a level of confidence because Boon Too Suen is a proven sire.
Boon Too Suen, proudly owned by Creek Plantation, is currently standing at SDP Buffalo Ranch. His 2019 breeding fee is $3,500 and he is 5 Panel N/N.