A Tale of the Cat boasts an impressive legacy as the offspring of Autumn Boon and High Brow Cat. He is Autumn Boon’s third highest earning stallion. He is a NCHA money earner and, like his sire and dam, has earned a wide range of honors including:
See a complete list of his earnings.
A Tale Of The Cat (barn name: Torch) 2011 Chestnut Stallion
High Brow Cat X Autumn Boon
See his extended pedigree.
AQHA Six-Panel Genetic Disease Test Results: GBED N/N, HERDA N/HRD, HYPP N/N, MH N/N, PSSM 1 N/N, IMM N/N
A Tale of the Cat is a registered AQHA (American Quarter Horse) stallion and a NCHA (National Cutting Horse Association) money-earner. He has the looks and conformation of a true champion, as well as bloodlines that cannot be rivaled.
A Tale of the Cat is owned by ATOC Partners, LLC, which include Randy Chartier and his wife Kelle of Millsap, Texas, AK19 Limited managed by Mike Sale and his daughter Alyesha Sale of Sandy Bedfordshire England, and 2Henry’s of Hico, LLC aka. 2Henry’s Ranch of Hico, TX.
Torch’s pedigree boasts some of the strongest cutting horse genetics available.
A Tale of the Cat’s dam is Autumn Boon (Dual Pep X Royal Blue Boon). This powerhouse mare boasts many awards and honors.
Among these many distinctions are:
Autumn Boon is the #1 producing daughter of the famous mare Royal Blue Boon, whose offspring earned a grand total of $9 million in cutting competitions. Royal Blue Boon impacted the sport of cutting more than almost any other mare and she is the #1 NCHA All-Time leading dam with over 2.6 million in offspring earnings. Royal Blue Boon was also the first commercially cloned horse.
High Brow Cat has many distinctions and honors including:
He boasts $80 million in money earners across five disciplines. He is the Sire of 8 NCHA Futurity Champions and Sire of 16 AQHA World Champions.