Hall of Fame

Pepinics MasterĀ – Stallion – 2003 Inductee

Pepinics Master

Pepinics Master

Pepinics Master is a 1989 bay stallion sired by Master Remedy the all time leading sire of reined cow horses and NCHA Silver, Gold and Platinum award earner.

Out of the mare Pepinic with NCHA earnings of $42,400 and the producer of numerous Futurity and Derby finalists and champions. Pepinics Master is owned by Ed and Connie Masson of Myterra Ranch, Naicum, Saskatchewan.

The lifetime accomplishments of Pepinics Master include the 1998 CCHA Open Championship, the 1998 ACHA Open Championship and in 2002 was ranked as the number two sire in all disciplines combined of the Canadian Supreme Futurities.

Major Pepinic & Brad Pedersen

Major Pepinic & Brad Pedersen

As the statistics show Pepinics Master has marked a stellar career in the showpen, yet his greatest fame has come through his offspring. His ability to pass on the genes that trace back to such great mares as Winninic and Fillinic and AQHA sires Doc Bar and Peppy San Badger have attracted the attention of performance horse breeders and owners across Canada.

Since 1998, when his first foal crop of 3 year olds came to the showpen, Pepinics Master offspring have been consistent winners in cutting, working cow horse and reining.

Now to crown a lifetime of contribution in the performance horse world, this great stallion, Pepinics Master is nominated to the Canadian Supreme Hall of Fame. What an honor!

Ed and Connie Masson would like to say a big Thank You to everyone who helped this dream come true. The breeders, the trainers, and all of Pepinics Masters admirers. It’s been a grand journey and we look forward to the continuation of the legacy of Pepinics Master.

Some of the winning foals sired by Pepinics Master at the Canadian Supreme include:

– MTR Pepinics Jose – 1998 Open & CS Open Reining Champ

– Major Pepinic – 1999 Champion Open Snaffle Bit Futurity

– Lollypopinic – 2000 Open & CS Cutting Futurity Champion

– Miss Genuine Pepnic – 2002 Open & CS Open Snaffle Bit