Hall of Fame

Cliffs Mia Doc – Mare – 2004 Inductee

Cliffs Mia Doc

Cliffs Mia Doc

“When we first saw Cliffs Mia Doc, we didn’t realize she would play such an important part of our business, “Speights Cutting and Performance Horses”. The dam, Mia Freckles, was raised by Kay Floyd in Texas, and was the 1976 Non-Pro Co-Champion of the 1976 NCHA 3 year old Futurity. She was brought to Canada by the late Cliff Ross, and later bred to Doc O’Lena, producing Cliffs Mia Doc. The result of that cross was never shown, but became a Champion as a result of her foals! Cliffs Mia Doc, when crossed with the stallion, Hotrodder Disco, produced an outstanding family of champions! In 1997, Cliffs Mia Doc became the highest producing dam in the Canadian Supreme’s records.

Freckles Mia Doc was the first of the family, to show at the Supreme. He won the 1994 Open 3 year old Futurity with Bill Speight riding, and was Reserve Champion in the 3 year old Non-Pro Futurity. Then in 1996, he was Reserve Champion in the Supreme Classic Challenge event. He earned NCHA monies of $19,447.73.

Discos Mia Doc was the next member to show, and was 1998 Canadian Supreme Non-Pro Champion. In 1998, she was the Alberta Cutting Horse Assoc. Year End $10,000 Novice/Non-Pro Champion, and now has lifetime earnings of NCHA $21,390.81, and is currently still being shown in both CCHA Open and Non-Pro classes.

Stylish Disco was shown very lighty as a young horse, and was a Canadian Supreme futurity finalist, and has now accumulated NCHA earning of $16,886.15. Stylish Disco is currently owned and being shown by Murray McCutcheon of Paris, Ontario.

Mia Doc Freckles, the next star to perform, won the CCHA 4 year old Derby held at the Canadian Supreme show in 1998. He then went on to win the 2002 Canadian Open Championship, and to be the 2003 Open Reserve NCHA Western National Champion held in Ogden Utah. He now has current NCHA earnings of $32,764.76 total to date.

Cliffs Mia Doc is now retired as a broodmare, and is currently in Weatherford Texas, on a large horse ranch where the grass is green, and the days sunny and warm.