Stallion - Eagle Stockhorses


REG-1-500EAGLE ACRE (Acres Destiny/Emmas Olena)

Affectionately known as "REG"

Foaled: 21/10/2007

Height: 15.1 hh

Colour: Black


ASHS Reg no: C2-190479

AQHA Reg no: Q-71731

Eagle Acre's temperament, athleticism, conformation and pure good looks,suggest he would be a suitable sire for any sporting or show ring discipline.


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2014 Tamworth National Show - 1st in Maiden Series 17 Campdraft & equal 3rd in the Stallion Draft.

Eagle Acre is a very competitive campdraft stallion, consistantly placing he improves every year. Pete only attends drafts close to home as work commitments make it difficult to travel too far.

PROGENY - With two high performance sires on both the Sire and Dam line, Eagle Acre foals will not disappoint.
                      He produces a cool temperament, agility and well put together progeny.

The arrival of the first Eagle Acre foals in Sept 2012, was a very exciting time for us, as we were anxious to see what he would produce and we were more than happy with the result. Now, seeing the class and presence of his progeny, we look forward to seeing them perform in the future.

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            --SON OF A DOC
      --BOB ACRE DOC  
        --SAPP SANDY
    --ACRES DESTINY     
        --DOCS HICKORY
        --SAN JOSE BELLE
  --EAGLE ACRE      
        --DOCS OAK
    --EMMAS OLENA    
        --PINE OLENA
      --PINES PIXIE  
        --POCO LIBERTY

Eagle Acre is by the great Acres Destiny.
Acres Destiny progeny are out competing successfully across all disciplines.
Acres Destiny's sire Bob Acre Doc is a two time NCHA World Champion sire of winners of over US$12.3 million including a NCHA Open Futurity Champion.

Acres Destiny is a record breaking five-time winner of the Australian’s Campdraft Association Sires Progeny Award (2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012).
Acres Destiny is the #5 All Time Leading Cutting Sire in Australia, having sired numerous cutting champions including three NCHA Gold Cup winners.

Docs Freckles Oak was imported into Australia by Richard Bull of Tamarang and Jim Page from Grafton.
Richard describes Freckles Oak as “a freak” that could do anything in the performance industry.
“He wasn’t just a cutting horse, he broke down the barriers for quarter horses with a lot of the campdrafters who believed that cutting horses couldn’t run around in circles and chase cattle” - Richard Bull.
Aside from countless accolades for himself and his progeny in the cutting pen Freckles Oak progeny have dominated the campdrafting scene.

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 Eagle Acres Sire - Acres Destiny                                                                   Eagle Acres Dam's Sire - Docs Freckles Oak





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