Te N’ Te

Te N TeTe N’ Te was a 1973 bay stallion by Azure Te and out of Vila by Leon Bars. He was bred by Sol West, III of Vanderbilt, TX.

Jerry Wells bought Te from J. T. Walters of Muldrow, OK, on November 15, 1976. Wells sold ½ interest to Joe Nocentino in 1976.

 

In Te’s show career, he earned 22 Open Halter points. He had 7 wins and 5 Grands in 7 shows,

He won Open at the Houston Livestock Show and Circuit Champion at the Arizona Sun Country Circuit

 

Because of a hock problem, he was show very little, but he excelled as a sire, with sons and daughters on the race track and in the show ring in both halter and performance.

 

Out of 5 foal crops, his get earned a total of 3,593 Open Halter points, 44.5 Amateur points and 286 Youth points plus 1,265 Open performance points 93 Amateur and 812 Youth. His offspring also won points in the National Cutting Horse Association, Palomino Horse Breeders and the Buckskin and Appaloosa associations.

 

Out of those 5 foal crops registered, Te N’ Te had

551 registered foals, and of these, 312 were halter

horses and 239 were performance horses. Of the 5

foal crops, 4 crops were raced. His racing crop

had 23 starters with 108 starts and 8 wins out of

6 horses for a total money earned of $6,017.

 

 

Te N’ Te sired 5 racing Register of Merit horses: Te

N Toe, Babee Te, Te Chick Te, Te N Teen, and

Starlets Te.

 

His performance get includes Skips Pine Te, the

1984 AQHA High Point calf roping horse. There

were 5 other AQHA Champions, and five AQHA

World Show finalists in Hunt Seat Equitation, Jr

Western Pleasure, Jr Heading and Hunter Under

Saddle; 6 Superior Western Pleasure horses,

32 Performance Register of Merits and one Amateur

ROM.

 

In halter, his get included Dreamin Te, the AQHYA

World Champion Yearling Mare; Brinks Misty Te,

the 1981 AQHYA World Champion Two Year Old

Mare, and 1982 World Champion Three Year Old

Mare; Poco Coeds Te N Te, the 1982 AJQHA

World Champion Aged Mare; Sierra Te, the 1984

World Champion Aged Stallion; and 44 AQHA

World Championship Show finalists.

 

There were 32 offspring with Performance ROMs,

one Amateur Performance ROM, 6 Superior

Western Pleasure horses, one Superior Hunter

Under Saddle, and 26 Superior Halter horses.

 

His 6 AQHA Champion offspring were: Made of Te,

Mr San Te, Skips PineTe, Te N Kim, Two Eyed Te,

and Too Tall Te.

 

Accepting is Betty Wells.

 

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