Peptoboonsmal and Chic Please New NRCHA $1 Million Sires

Peptoboonsmal (Peppy San Badger x Royal Blue Boon x Boon Bar), foaled in 1992, was bred by Larry Hall, Weatherford, Texas. He won $180,487 in National Cutting Horse Association money as a 3- and 4-year-old under Gary Bellenfant's saddle, highlighted by the 1995 National Cutting Horse Association Futurity Open Championship.


Peptoboonsmal’s offspring earnings across all disciplines exceeds $20 million. He has been a top cutting horse sire every year since his first foal crop came of show age in 2001. His NRCHA-performing foals have won $1,152,368.59. The top-earning cow horse sired by Peptoboonsmal is the 2005 red roan stallion Smart Boons (out of Smart Little Easter x Smart Little Lena), owned by Kevin and Sydney Knight. Shown primarily by NRCHA $1 Million Rider Corey Cushing, Smart Boons earned $191,273, including the 2009 NRCHA Derby Open Championship, before retiring from the show pen in 2012.

Other leading cow horses by Peptoboonsmal include the 2001 NRCHA Snaffle Bit Futurity Open Champion, Boonlight Dancer (out of Little Dancer Lena x Smart Little Lena), an earner of $118,286; Jasons Peptolena (out of Amys Little Date x Smart Little Lena), an earner of $79,397; and Picka Patcha Pepto (out of Patches Of Blue x Smart Little Lena), an earner of $71,983.

Peptoboonsmal was owned by Larry Hall Cutting Horses until 2007, when he was acquired by current owner Jackson Land & Cattle, Jackson Hole, Wyo./Weatherford, Texas. 

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Chic Please (Smart Chic Olena x San O Lenita x Tenino San), foaled in 1995, was bred by M S & B Enterprises, Gainesville, Texas. Trained and shown by NRCHA $1 Million Rider Todd Bergen, Chic Please achieved the remarkable feat of capturing the NRCHA Snaffle Bit Futurity Open Reserve Championship and then, a few weeks later, winning the National Reining Horse Association Open Championship. Chic Please earned $209,184 in reining and cow horse money during his competitive career. 

Chic Please has fathered offspring with $1,028,481.96 in NRCHA earnings. His top performing cow horse foal is No Chic Flicks (out of Pandalita Star x Grays Starlight), a 2007 gelding bred by Pam Crawford, Blanchard, Okla., and owned by Ronnie & Karin Richards, Kingsburg, Calif. Shown in Open competition by NRCHA Professional Justin Wright, and in the Non-Pro by the Richards’ daughter, Laurie Richards Ward, No Chic Flicks has earned $124,150 in reined cow horse money.

Other leading Chic Please offspring include More Magic Please (out of Magical Lena x Little Lenas Legend), an earner of $96,856; ARC Sparkin Chics (out of Sailing Spark x Shining Spark), an earner of $93,812; ARC Hollys Chicadee (out of Hickorys Holly Cee x Doc’s Hickory), an earner of $64,937; and Ima Chic Please (out of Smokums Chex Mint x Smokum Oak), an earner of $60,503.

Chic Please was purchased from his breeder in 1997 by Arcese Quarter Horses. In 2009, he changed hands to Mosing & Solum Stables, LLC. Since January 2013, Chic Please has been owned by Sergio Eduardo Zermeno Robles, Brownsville, Texas.