Good Lookin Gray 045

1998 Red Dun Stallion

AQHA and APHA Eligible



Not made available to outside mares until


If you are looking for an all-around horse, whether in the cutting pen, barrel racing arena, versatility ranch horse events, team penning, ranch sorting or just a solid ranch horse, LOOK NO FURTHER!

Good Lookin Gray 045 is a well-kept secret that has not been been available to the public until February 2013.  He is the ultimate stud for just about any mare-especially those Doc Bar and Three Bars bred mares.  Good Lookin is a 15 hand, red dun stallion whose pedigree is full of super stars, such as Lonsum Tiger, Jody Fairfax, Goodbye Sam and Rondo Leo just to name a few.  Good Lookin's exceptional trainability, willingness and athleticism are traits he continues to pass down to his offspring.  His "easy going" nature is something you will want all your colts to possess!

In 2001, Good Lookin's performance career was cut short due to an injury; his colts have been proven winners in multiple cow horse events.  Others have proven themselves as "go-to" cutting, reining, barrel racing, team penning, ranch sorting, halter, ranch, pack, and pleasure horses.  Good Lookin Gray 045's colts are becoming super stars; they are horses that are willing to do any job you put in front of them, whether it be dragging calves at a branding, trail riding, or in timed events.  And talk about color!  Good Lookin is going to add a lot of chrome and color to your cavvy, so be prepared to answer the question in 2014, "Where'd ya get that colt?"


                                                                                                                                   Tiger  Leo

                                                                                                             Lonsum Tiger 

                                                                                                                                                     Kiowa's Diana

                                                               Lonsum Marshall 045         

                                                                                                                                                      Rondo Leo

                                                                                                        Price Flicka Leo

                                                                                                                                                      Buck's Star Lite

                 Good Lookin Gray 045

                                                                                                                                                      Goodbye Sam

                                                                                                         Jody Fairfax

                                                                                                                                                      Double Velvet

                                                                Jodys Sarah 045

                                                                                                                                                      Sport Model

                                                                                                         Sport Model Royal

                                                                                                                                                      Miss Holly Royal



**Lonsum Tiger was one of the few stallions in history to win money in the NCHA Furturity, Derby and Top Ten Open when competing.  Lonsum Tiger won more NCHA Open money up until 1979 in a single year (even though he was only shown seven months!) than any other Doc Bar bred stallion in history.  Lonsum Tiger finished in the Top Ten ahead of such all time greats such as Docs Oak, Playboy, Royal Santan, Gold Rush 2, Bo Doc and Annie Glo.  He was also 4th in the NCHA Derby Non-Pro and was an NCHA Open Reserve Champion.  Lonsum Tiger was by Tiger Leo, a sire to 24 Superior, 10 AQHA Champions, 4 World Champions and 3 Reserve World Champions who aquired 4,400 AQHA points; he was also out of Kiowas Diana, who was a triple bred King mare, dam of 3 AQHA Champions and who herself had 592 AQHA points, which is more than most stallions produce in a lifetime with hundreds of foals.

**Jody Fairfax was a 15.2 hand, 1,300 pound stallion that won the 1982 NCHA Reserve World Champion title.  In 1974, Jody was a NCHA Futurity Champion Stallion with earnings of nearly $90,000-all of which he earned "the hard way."  After earning that title, Jody broke his hind ankle.  After two years cast in a stall and a long road to recover, the red dun stallion returned with heart to compete for the 1982 World title.  By July 20, he led the NCHA Top Ten by 33% and doubled the earnings of the third place horse, setting a record for the most NCHA monies won in a single year.  He then reinjured his bad leg and retired until the World Finals in Houston.  Being game and a sport and nearly $5,000 in the lead, Jody showed his grit and heart by holding all his cattle in the first and second gos in the Finals, but conceding to Reserve World Champion Stallion in the final go.  Jody Fairfax bred few mares in his life; among them he sired NCHA Futurity Finalists and his daughters have produced champions, such as 1987 NCHA Finalist Taris Special Girl. 

**Goodbye Sam was a AAA Supreme Champion (in his time, there were only 45 in a history of 4 million), earned Superior Halter, Superior Cutting, was in the NCHA Top Ten until injured.  He was also a 3/4 brother to Maudie Joak, who held the NFR fastest barrel racing times in 1974, 75, 76, 77.

 **Lonsum Marshall 045 was a sire to champion rope, cutting, barrel racing, reining and phenomenal ranch horses.  He was known as a horse with natural cow, trainability and durability.

**Double Velvet was the producer of two NCHA Champion Stallions.

**Rondo Leo is best known for siring Mr. Gun Smoke.  However, Rondo Leo was an AQHA Champion, NCHA money earner and was ROM Performance.  His offspring have been inducted to multiple Halls of Fame, earned Superior Performance, ROM Performance, have been NCHA money earners, race money earners and have won too many Halter classes to count.


                     Good Lookin and some of his 2012 colts.                                                    Good Lookin taking a break in the shade (2012).




     2012 Good Lookin Gray 045 x Northern Elite 045 stud colt