Little Doc Sug (dec)

Heritage Hall Of Fame Horse (for cutting achievement - both his own and his progeny's.)

Quarter Horse cutting stallion Little Doc Sug

Little Peppy Doc
(Aust Q5786)
Peppy San Badger
(USA 1089924)
Doc's Chelo
(USA 808728)
Doc's Sugar Bar
(Aust Q2526)
Doc's Poco Bar
(Aust Q839)
Sweet Gritch
(Aust Q1035)


In 1990 Little Doc Sug won a round in Australia's largest cutting competition at the N.C.H.A Futurity. He finished10th in the finals, with over 74 entries in the futurity. Sug is also an Australian Super Sires finalist.

Versatile Quarter Horse stallion Little Doc Sug

Little Doc Sug was imported to New Zealand in 1991. In no time at all Sug impressed the New Zealand cutting world. Cutters began to feel something of the impact he was going to make in the years ahead.

Quarter Horse stallion Little Doc Sug

Sug claimed the N.Z.C.H.A high point stallion title for three consecutive years (1992, 93, 94). He also won the Open Cutting Horse title for 1994 and has competed successfully in both Halter and Reining.

Sug is leaving impressive progeny with great temperaments and good conformation. He has left athletic progeny - which have proved themselves in the cutting and performance arenas all over New Zealand.

Little Doc Sug was brought by Riarma Quarter Horse Stud in 1999. Sug went back into the cutting arena after standing at stud for many years. He carried Mark Malcolm to win two high point titles for the 1999 cutting season.

In 2001 Lyn won Lady Rider and Rookie Rider for the South Island titles and the Rookie Rider 2001 National title on Little Doc Sug. Little Doc Sug placed 2nd in the Open Nationals Finals in 2003 and was only beaten by his son Beaver Doc Sug.

Little Doc Sug died in 2010 at age 23.

Little Doc Sug enjoying retired life!