Sir Wrangler 

In addition to his own show accomplishments, Sir Wrangler has left his distinctive stamp on Appaloosa show greats throughout the Northwest and across the United States. Bred by Jess Moreno of Springfield, Oregon, the 1977 Oregon-foaled stallion is now owned by Janis and Joseph Bard of Maple Valley, Washington. By Prince Plaudit son, Prince's Wrangler, and out of Three Bars (JC) great-granddaughter, Royal Ann, Sir Wrangler earned the  Canadian

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 National weanling stallion championship in 1977 and an ApHC Club championship in 1985. In 1998, the blanketed bay stallion became a Breyer model. Sir Wrangler has sired more than 70 National or World class-winners in open, youth and non-pro events. His 187 registered Appaloosa foals have distinguished themselves in western, English, halter, driving, reining, competitive trail, dressage and jumping. His get have won 12 bronze, one silver and one gold medallion, three superior achievement certificates and four Club championships. As this issue goes to press, he ranks seventh among the ApHC's leading sires of performance winners and ninth among sires of point-earning performance horses. He also sired stakes-placed Sir Rocco, who won more than $1,296 on the track. Sir Wrangler's notable get include show-pen standouts Sirpent, Sirafin, Sirvived, Dude To Wrangler, Echo's Wrangler, Wrangler's Bear and Echo's Sirprize.  

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