Golddust Dee Doc was purchased by Jim Seago at the Cutting Futurity sale for Shirley Ray. They bought the yearling as a prospect because of his color and breeding. Golddust Dee Doc was bred by Ed & Joan Morgan of Duncan, Oklahoma. The 1982 gelding was by Mr Dee Bar Chex out of Touch O’Fame by Fame Pay Gold. Jim Seago trained and exhibited him as a three-year-old at the Sunbelt Futurity in Oklahoma City and Lazy E Futurity where he placed and won around $4,000.
After those accomplishments, Jim realized that Golddust Dee Doc was going to be a really nice non pro or youth horse and had quite the personality to go with it. He was known as an escape artist who could untie a rope and could let himself and other horses out to play!
Soon Golddust Dee Doc earned a place as a permanent part of the family when son, Jimmy, started showing him in the youth cutting and roping classes. Shirley liked him and started riding him too. He was also shown by Charlotte and Tabitha Harrison who rode him and qualified for the High School Rodeo cuttings.
In 1991, Jimmy and Golddust Dee Doc won the AQHA & OQHA youth high point in roping. In 1992, Golddust Dee Doc was the AQHYA Team Penning World Champion. He proved to be quite the all-around prospect as Jimmy rode him in the working cow horse, reining, cutting, heading, and heeling at the AQHA Youth World show and placed in all of the classes! Golddust Dee Doc’s last year at the Youth World show with Jimmy proved to be one of the most daunting tasks of his career. He not only competed for Jimmy’s qualification in the heading and heeling, but he and Jimmy’s other horse, Grey Lark, also assisted the other team members as partners with their goes in the heading and heeling.
Golddust Dee Doc was a trusted partner in the family rodeo pickup business and his loyalty spanned for three generations of Seagos. Jimmy rode him as a pickup horse at open rodeos, youth rodeos, and at the Cavalcade. Amy even go her chance to show him in the breakaway as well. Jimmy and Amy trusted him as a safe mount for their son, Sawyer, when he began roping. Golddust Dee Doc and Sawyer competed at the AQHA Youth World show in heading, heeling, and breakaway roping.
Golddust Dee Doc earned titles and points in PHBA, AQHYA and AQHA Amateur and Open roping and multiple other events. He died at the age of 31.