Leading stallion Metallic Cat accomplished a rare feat by siring more than $1 million in winners at the 2021 National Cutting Horse Association (NCHA) Super Stakes in Fort Worth.
With more than $1.2 million in winners at the show, the Equi-Stat Elite $42 Million Sire was the leading stallion by a wide margin according to information from the statistical service Equi-Stat. His 106 money earners, the most of any stallion in the top 15, compiled an average of $11,509 each.
Second-leading sire was Hottish, whose 27 money-earning performers earned $359,960 at the show, averaging $13,332.
The stallion among the top 15 sires at the 2021 NCHA Super Stakes with the highest average earnings was WR This Cats Smart, whose four money-earning performers averaged $20,547. His maternal half brother, Dual Smart Rey, had the second-highest average in the top 15 with 6 money earners collecting an average of $19,820.
The statistics from Equi-Stat include class winnings as well as the Chrome Cash Incentive for registered Paints offered by the American Paint Horse Association and the Texas Quarter Horse Association Incentive, which was available to horses born in the state of Texas whose owners and riders are members of the association.
Click here for full results from the 2021 NCHA Super Stakes.