JL Roc Paperscissors was third in the BFA Juvenile OKC Futurity and won the Future Fortunes Sire Slot Race
JL Roc Paperscissors
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Cut No Slack
2001 Bay Mare
si 90 Racing ROM

Finished 13th Montana 2007 PWBRA standings
1994 Chestnut Stallion
$469,399 LTE
69 Thoroughbred starters, $1,749,537. 148 Quarter Horse starters, $2,146,464.
1997 Bay Mare, si 79
Get earnings of $55,624. Top money earner, Jack Pudding 2005 Brown Gelding by Panther Mountain, has race earnings of $32,199
Siyah Kalem TB
1982 Chestnut Stallion
Offspring $6,117,785

Satans Pride TB
1976 Brown Mare
track record setting mare
First Down Dash
1984 Chestnut Stallion
si 105, $857,256 LTE
1984 Mare, si 85
Dash Ta Fame
1989 Chestnut Stallion
si 113, $290,812 LTE
2011 leading barrel horse sire with nearly $3 million in earnings
Sudden Fame
1980 Brown Mare
si 98, Stakes winner

First Down Dash
1984 Sorrel Stallion
si 105, $857,256 LTE

1998 Brown Mare
Placed at the TQHA, Barrel of Gold and Spin Three Futurities

Band Of Azure
1975 Brown Stallion
si 98

Katie Kay Dash
1991 Sorrel Mare
Get earnings $103,676

JL Sirocco
2007 Sorrel Stallion
AAA, 2010 AQHA Champion Canadian Hi-Point 3 Year Old
JL Roc Paperscissors
2012 Sorrel Colt
born February 20 at 11:15pm
AQHA #5460233
NEWS FLASH: JL Roc Paperscissors and Mark Bugni at 2016 BFA Futurity placed 3rd in the average, 2nd in 1st go and won FF Round 1, 4th FF average, and won the $25,000 Future Fortunes Round, coming away wiht $52,593!

JL Roc Paperscissors (JL Sirocco x Cut No Slack by Red) at Diamonds & Dirt won 3rd in the Slot Race, 4th in the Futurity 2nd go, 2nd in the Futurity finals average (running the fast time of the finals), totalling $43,317 for the weekend. He has won $86,757 so far in his futurity year with two different riders, thanks Mark Bugni for taking the reins!

JL Roc Paperscissors was third overall in the Juvenile Futurity and won the Future Fortunes Sire Slot Race. I remember the first year I ever attended the BFA. I was running Sirocco's dam, Solara. I also remember watching the Juvenile and thinking I could never get a colt competitive at that age. I feel fortunate to have a colt who has proved I can be competitive in the Juvenile. He comes from the heart of my program. His dam is an own daughter of Red. His sire, Sirocco, is by the immortal DTF and out of the mare who basically started it all for me. The horse business is tough. It's my passion. And what my MT bred and raised gelding did this week reminds me why I love this business so much.
Won $141,813 his futurity year!
  • Greg Olson Open 2nd in the 1D with 16.978 Greg Olson Open 2nd in the 1D with 16.978