International Champagne Horse Registry

Glass Eyed Doc


Mr. & Mrs. Terry & Janette Slocum
3202 Kaiser Hill Rd
New Haven, MO 63068

Glass Eyed Doc

AQHA Sable Champagne Stud Service


ICHR #QH1980-0001

AQHA registered #1660192

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If you are looking to produce foals that are correct, athletic, trainable and have strong performance pedigrees, "Doc" can help you achieve that goal. "Doc" is a 1980 Champagne son of DOCS PRESCRIPTION - Leading sire of Arena ROM/NCHA money earners who is by Doc Bar himself---AQHA Hall of Fame horse. 

He himself has been nominated to the AQHA Incentive Fund.

Doc's dam side is foundation breeding with Poco Stampede/Poco Bueno. You won't see pedigrees like these too often anymore.  Doc was used as a roping horse his entire life and is an exceptional athlete himself.  He sires 75% colored foals. His conformation is correct and his disposition is quiet and willing. Pedigrees like his are hard to find anymore, especially in the champagne color. If you would like to put a little "Champagne" in your pasture give us a call!   His color is champagne on seal brown.

Fee:  $650.  Live Cover $450. 


Mini Me head.jpg (20244 bytes)Mini Me lope.jpg (25730 bytes)AQHA colt, "Mini Me", by Glass Eyed Doc of Slocum Stable, out of a bay mare.  Photos received 7/30/2001.

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AQHA filly, "Cat", by Glass Eyed Doc of Slocum Stable

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