Doc Bar was a quarter horse foundation stallion born in 1956. He was bred to be a race horse, was an amazing halter horse, and was best known for revolutionizing the cutting horse sport. His get and grandget are still out there and a big plus to anyone's herd.
Doc Bar was foaled in 1956. In 1962, Dr. and Mrs. Stephen Jensen purchased Doc Bar from his breeders, Tom and Jack Finley. At 14.3, 1,000 pounds, Doc Bar was a washout on the race track. He wasn't even a performance horse, but he turned out to be a good halter horse and an extraordinary sire whose get totally transformed the sport of cutting. Although he was never ridden in competition, his sons and daughters forever changed the cutting horse industry with their ability and style.
Doc Bar revolutionized the cutting industry in a way never seen before or since. He was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 1993. Learn more about the AQHA Hall of Fame inductees at http://aqha.com/Foundation/Museum/Hall-of-Fame/Hall-of-Fame-Inductees.aspx .