A Leading Race and Barrel Horse Sire
JL Cherry Coke
2009 Bay Filly
Born Saturday, June 6 at 3:30pm.
1994 Chestnut $469,399 LTE. 69 TB starters, $1,749,537
148 QH starters,
1984 Bay Mare
3rd in 2007 Sta Sound XL Barrel Futurity Broodmare Standings
Siyah Kalem
1982 Chestnut Stallion
247 starters with winnings of $6,117,785

Satan's Pride
1976 Brown Mare, track record setting stakes winner of 15 races, $174,161

Doc's Oak
1973 Bay Stallion
Get earnings of $10 million in cutting.
2009 No. 18 Reining Top Maternal Grandsire
Satin Bingo
1976 Mare
Mr. Prospector
1970 Chestnut Stallion
Won 7 of his 14 starts
1984 Own Daughter of Docs Oak
Lady Graustark
1969 Chestnut Mare

Crimson Satan
1959 Chestnut Stallion
Autumn Pride
1970 Bay Mare
Doc Bar
1956 Chestnut Stallion
Legendary cutting horse sire

Susies Bay
1955 Bay Mare
Aledo Bingo
1967 Stallion
Satin Baby Doll
1964 Mare
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JL Cherry Coke
Her dam, Koak, was an own daughter of Doc's Oak, this mare has been a great producer for me.  Every colt I have ridden out of Koak  has been easy to train, athletic and kind.  This filly is no exception.  Cherry is an embryo transfer colt. Her surrogate dam rejected her at birth.  She was bottle fed for less than one week and started eating solid feed within one week of birth. 

I had sold her to Christine Kautzman who started her on barrels, wanting to have an own daughter of Red I bought her back in the spring of 2016. Shown here running a 17.4 and placing in the 2nd Go of the 5-State Maturity, ridden by Rachael Myllymaki. Cherry’s dam is JL Antares’ granddam so they are closely related and were born on the same day 2 years apart. This mare is like a deer—she is so quick. Paid in full to Future Fortunes and PESI.

... is smart and she has grit