For a brief history for those who may be unfamiliar with Holidoc, Bill Freeman rode him to many of his championships and earnings in NCHA aged events. Holidoc has NCHA earnings in excess of $124,294 not including weekend and non-NCHA sanctioned shows. His offspring have earned close to $1 million in earnings, and his grand-get, both maternal and paternal are Multi-million dollar earners. He is considered a "Black-type" Stallion.
2/1/1983 - 2/3/2016
5-Panel Tested: N/N
7045 Fairfield Avenue
Gerber, CA 96035
On February 3rd, 2016, two days after his 33rd Birthday, Holidoc lost his fight with "Father Time" and was laid to rest. After his purchase in 2007, at the age of 24, we brought him out to Wild Dreamz Quarter Horses in California specifically to breed to our broodmares. It was both an honor and privilege over his last 9 years to have him in our barn. In addition to producing some really nice foals, he was just a joy to be around. He aged gracefully. His attributes of athleticism, cow smarts, toughness, and grace; his large frame and big bone, along with his sweet personality, are evident traits today being passed on to his offspring.
We are offering his frozen semen to continue on with his legacy, but we are no longer breeding our mares.