Miss N Cash took home merely five checks, but he amassed $124,661 in earnings between them. The largest of those paydays came at the 1987 NCHA Derby, where he won the Open with a 228 to bank $45,557. That same year, he tied for second in the Derby Open at the Tropicana Futurity and won the 4-Year-Old Open at the Reno Celebrity Derby. In the beginning of his 5-year-old season, Miss N Cash retired from the show arena and his first American Quarter Horse Association-(AQHA) registered foals were born
Miss N Cash’s longstanding breeding career, his sons and daughters are still seen in performance arenas today. In 2014, 23 of his offspring accumulated $29,384 in earnings, and Equi-Stat has already recorded 10 of his foals earning a total of $21,180 this year, not including weekend money.
Miss N Cash’s leading money-earner is Spookys Cash (out of San Starlight x Grays Starlight), a 1997 mare who earned $291,410 in cutting pens and has gone on to produce earners of more than $388,000. Dox Smart Buy (out of Smart Hickory x Doc’s Hickory) and Faith N Risk (out of One Time Soon x Smart Little Lena) round out the stallion’s top earners with $254,903 and $209,865 to their credit, respectively.
Three more Miss N Cash offspring – Dox Miss N Reno, Petty Cash 490 and Dox Diamond Cash – each surpassed the $100,000 mark in their careers. Missn No Chex, a 1997 stallion out of the Dell O Lena mare Olenas Watchfob, is Miss N Cash’s highest-earning performer outside of the cutting pen with $83,844 on his Equi-Stat record. Of that total, $78,708 was garnered in reined cow horse, while $5,436 came from reining.
With total offspring earnings of $4.6 million, Miss N Cash left behind a legacy that will continue to be enjoyed for generations to come. Thanks to the prowess and speed he passed on to his foals, the late stallion’s name will live on.