Project Description

A Touch Of Sudden

​ 1999 Bay Stallion​​
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INACTIVE SUPER SIRE

A Touch Of Sudden is an Inactive Super Sire.  He is a consummate sire, with winners at every major event in the industry. His get have earned more than 50 Championships and Reserve Championships between the Congress, AQHA, NSBA, APHA, ApHC, Pinto, and Palomino World Shows. We thank A Touch Of Sudden and his owners for participating in the Super Sire program in past years.

Pedigree

A Sudden Impulse x MS Satin Classic by Hotrodders Jet Set

Foals eligible for the Super Sires WESTERN program from: 

BREEDING YEARS: 2015, 2016, 2017

Nomination Forms
Stallion Service Sale
Nominated Foals

Thanks to our Sponsors

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Super Sires has Awarded

Over

$743 K

In cash and prizes

Over

$115 K

Paid out in 2021

Over

$81,275

to Non-Pros in 2021

Over

$33,740

to Open in 2021

Why Super Sires?

Integrity || Experience || Transparency || Passion for the Industry

Super Sires award

Stallion Owners

  • Marketing

  • Increase in Offspring Earnings

  • Return of Investment

Super Sires breeders

Breeders

  • Marketing Opportunites for Foals
  • Protected Investment (Purses based on Breeding Year)

  • Affordable Nominations

Super Sires owners exhibitors

Owners/Exhibitors

  • Lucrative Purses
  • Prestigious Venues
  • Program Longevity
Super Sires trainers

Trainers

  • Exclusive Events
  • Non-Pro & Open Classes
  • Led “By Horsemen – For Horsemen”

See the Dedication!

“Our entity is not a personal gain entity. We are a horseman-based program that is dedicated to horsemen. At the
end of the day, everyone involved in running this program are giving, both financially and time-wise, to make this possible.”

Stephen Stephens, Dry River Ranch

“We have been careful and methodical in building a good program that has consistently given back to the breeders and owners. We believe the Super Sires program will help to promote the growth of our industry.”

Joan Schroeder, AQHA Director