WITH OFFSPRING EARNINGS IN EXCESS OF $35.8 MILLION & COUNTING
1999 CHESTNUT STALLION, 14.1 HH, L.T.E. $500,000 +
DOUBLE REGISTERED AQHA/APHA
HIGH BROW CAT x SHES PRETTY SMOOTH by WHEELING PEPPY
SMOOTH AS A CAT is the only NCHA Horse of the Year to sire not only one but two NCHA Open Horses of the Year. Only 3 Stallions have sired an NCHA Horse of the Year and sired an NCHA World Champion Open or Non-Pro Horse. They are SMART LITTLE LENA, HIGH BROW CAT, and SMOOTH AS A CAT.
Smooth As A Cat is an NCHA Hall of Fame Sire whose offspring earnings to date exceed $35.8 Million Dollars. One of those offspring can be yours!
The Manion stud who is undoubtedly one of the industry’s leading cutting and reined cow horse sires, SMOOTH AS A CAT, stands at WEATHERFORD EQUINE BREEDING CENTER to the public and continues to build on his legacy through you, the mare owners and loyal breeders.
Interested in joining Team Smooth and breeding to Smooth As A Cat? We’d love to welcome you to the team! The demand is high and he does book full every year, so don’t hesitate to reach out to Weatherford Equine Breeding Center to secure your breeding to Smooth As A Cat today.
FOR BREEDING INQUIRIES:
Weatherford Equine Breeding Center
Office: (817) 594-9181
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Sire of offspring earning $35.8 million+
5 PANEL HERDA N/H – OTHER 4 PANEL NEGATIVE – Herda Guarantee
NCHA SUPER STAKES
NCHA Horse of the Year
NCHA Hall of Fame inductee
Winner of multiple NCHA Championships
Finalist 43 times
Never missed a show due to injury or unsoundness
Like Smooth As A Cat himself, his foals are known for their kind dispositions, trainability, talent, and overall drive to please. Whether in cutting, or working cow horse, Smooth As A Cat’s foals are obvious standouts!
Aside from his illustrious show career, his tenure as a Sire has been phenomenal as well. Smooth As A Cat is the only NCHA Horse of the Year to sire 2 NCHA Open Horses of the Year. As of 7/3/23, Smooth as A Cat’s offspring have won in excess of $35.8 Million including $2 Million in Cow Horse earnings.
He was bred and raised on the Manion Ranch in Aubrey, Texas, and is proudly owned by the Manion Family, who consider him to be a member of the family.
His stud fee of $2,500 has been regarded among many industry mainstays as being “one of the best deals in the breeding business”.