Dash For Cash
Dash For Cash ran 25 races in three years, crossing the finish line first – usually with plenty of daylight to spare – in 21 of them. He finished second three times, and did worse than that only once. All this fast footwork earned him $507,688 during his career – years before Quarter Horses were earning million-dollar purses. He was the first horse to have consecutive victories in the Champion of Champions (1976 and 1977).
Dash For Cash was foaled April 17, 1973, on the Phillips Ranch near Frisco, Texas. By Rocket Wrangler, a paternal grandson of Three Bars (TB) and maternal grandson of Go Man Go, Dash For Cash was out of the King Ranch Thoroughbred mare Find A Buyer.
SI-114, AAAT, SW
Won: Los Alamitos Derby; Champions of Champions Invitational (twice)
1976 World Champion Quarter Running Horse
1977 World Champion Quarter Running Horse
2x All-Time Leading Sire.
Inducted into the AQHA Hall of Fame
Sire of First Down Dash, Dashingly, Dashing Folly, SLM Big Daddy, Dash for Speed & Dash`s Dream
He sired 827 winners (145 stakes winners) from 1,155 starters and the earners of $39,990,245.