Apache Double

Lifetime: 21-18-3-0. $16,034.

(Double Reigh, JC x Run Around)
Bred by George Hatley of Moscow, Idaho, the late Apache Double set numerous track records, many of which still stand. In the Portland Meadows Sweepstakes on April 25, 1973, the 1969 red roan stallion ran 5 furlongs in 1:00.40. Although tied twice, this record has yet to be beaten. He claimed the titles of 1972 champion 3-year-old colt and 1973 champion 4-years-and-older colt, and in 1975, won the aged stallions bronze medallion for racing.
Apache Double was a prolific and prepotent sire. In honor of his production prowess, he was depicted on the ApHC poster "Commemorating 50 Years of Versatility." Apache Double held the title of all-time leading sire of racehorses, and from 1978 through 1995, he was one of the ApHC's t

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op 10 leading sires by money earned. Three of those years he topped that list. His get proved to be talented runners, as evidenced by their many records and awards, and track earnings of more than $2.1 million. Apache Double sired 422 registered Appaloosa foals: 209 starters, 134 winners, 25 stakes winners, 44 stakes placed, 62 register of merit earners, 26 medallion winners, nine champions, two supreme champions and four regional champions. As this issue goes to press, his get have earned $2,132,630.97.

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