Nu Chex To Cash: NRHA’s Newest $3 Million Sire
Hilldale Farm's palomino stallion earns a new place in National Reining Horse Association history.
December 9, 2016
From the National Reining Horse Association
Three has been said to be a “magic” number. For one National Reining Horse Association stallion and NRHA Hall of Fame inductee, the number three marks an impressive NRHA milestone. NRHA would like to congratulate Nu Chex To Cash for being the newest NRHA $3 million sire.
This 1990 palomino stallion is by Nu Cash and out of Amarilla Chex. Owned by Hilldale Farm, Nu Chex To Cash stands in Brashear, Texas. Bred by Margaret Drown of Santa Ysabel, Calif., Nu Chex To Cash had much success in the show pen from 1993 to 2002 earning over $57,500 in NRHA lifetime earnings. In 2002, Nu Chex to Cash and Jessicah Keller won a world championship both in the intermediate and limited open. During the same year, Nu Chex To Cash’s offspring, Wimpys Little Step, won the All American Quarter Horse Congress Futurity and NRHA Futurity under the guidance of NRHA $6 million rider Shawn Flarida.
Nu Chex To Cash’s top earning offspring include:
- Lil Joe Cash (NRHA LTE: $268,103.40)
- Big Chex To Cash (NRHA LTE: $194,260.30)
- Hot Smokin Chex (NRHA LTE: $186,598.40)
- Wimpys Little Step (NRHA LTE: $185,756.50)
- Nu Chexomatic (NRHA LTE: $ 149,462.70)
At 26 years old, Nu Chex To Cash continues to produce champions, and as the newest NRHA $3 million sire, he continues to make his legacy known in the reining world.