Missin Lena

Missin Lena has a heritage that boasts versatility matched with an impressive performance record making him a perfect candidate for a leading sire. He is bred to be an athlete. He is sired by $2.8 Million Dollar Sire and leading sire of Cutting, Reining and Working Cow Horses, Miss N Cash an own son of, Dash For Cash. His dam is an own daughter of Doc O’Lena, Eureka Lena, whom is a Superior Producer. A gorgeous sorrel stallion solidly built with impeccable conformation, Missin Lena was a Top-Ten AQHA World Show placer – (5) times; Top-Ten in the Nation – (4) times; holds 205 AQHA points; is a Superior Heading and Heeling stallion; holds ROM’s in Working Cow Horse, Reining, and Tie Down Roping; and to top all these credits off … was the 2005 AQHA Region 7 All-Around Senior Horse and Champion Cow Horse at (15) years old! Missin Lena mastered the show pen with grace and elegance, living up to the potential bestowed upon him by his sire and dam. He is carrying on that tradition in his offspring. Such is true of Lenas Got A Secret – 2005 PCQHA Reserve Champion Yearling Stallion; Reserve Champion Amateur Two & Under Stallion; Champion Cal Bred Yearling Stallion; and VQHA Reserve Champion Yearling Stallion. Obviously, Missin Lena has proven that he adds “pretty” to his athletic foal crops whom can halter at a young age then go on to ride as Champion performers. Owners, Hal Schiffner and April Sleigh of Rising Sun Quarter Horses, state that Missin Lena is one of the most intelligent and honest horses ever trained and ridden at the ranch. Athletes like Missin Lena are rare. He is very versatile and uniquely strong and sound in mind and body

Earner of $507,689 - SI 104

Doc O’Lena sired 1,310 foals. Of these, 321 accumulated 3,978.5 points; 87 earned performance Registers of Merit (also nine amateur, three youth); nine earned Superior performance awards; four were world champions; six were youth world champions; six were youth world champions; and four were reserve world champions.

In AQHA competitions, Doc Bar’s get amassed nearly 9,000 points and won multiple world championships.