Versatile and Athletic Stallion...Proven Sire of Champions
1994 Dutch stallion
Bred by Tish Quirk
Born in the USA
By Best of Luck (click here for full pedigree)
Breeding Licenses: KWPN/NA, ISR/Oldenburg N.A., RPSI Stud fee: $1850
Fresh and frozen semen available.
Booking fee, live foal guarantee and first collection of semen are included
More Than Luck is an exceptionally versatile and athletic stallion. He has proven himself in International Jumper competition and championships in Regular Working and Conformation Hunters. He has the power, speed and scope to win in the jumpers, and the quality, style, and temperament to win in the hunters. His foals are big, correct, attractive athletes with calm, brave, friendly temperaments, and are proven champions. More Than Luck carries excellent bloodlines and passes on the best of his great heritage.
Gee Whiz, bred and owned by Linda I. Smith, sired by More Than Luck, out of Amerika 7. Gee Whiz was 2017 USEF National Horse of the Year 6 Year Old Young Jumper, Zone 10 Horse of the Year 6 Year Old Young Jumper, and Silver Stirrup Horse of the Year 6 Year Old Young Jumper.
Photo: Amy McCool
More Like It, bred and owned by Tish Quirk, was the IHF Champion 3-Year-Old Colt and Reserve Champion in the Sallie B. Wheeler/USEF National Hunter Breeding Championship in 2009. He was Best Young Horse at the June Jamboree. At the International Jumper Futurity, he was Champion Best Scope and Technique, Champion Best Type and Movement, and Reserve Champion Most Rideable and Consistent. At the International Hunter Futurity, he was Reserve Grand Champion 4-Year-Old and Champion Working Hunter, ridden by Emily Esau Williams. He shows excellent movement and jumping ability with a wonderful temperament and trainability, and is now consistently winning in Performance Hunters.
Good Luck, bred and owned by Tish Quirk, was Best Young Horse in the 2013 Sallie B. Wheeler/U.S. National Hunter Breeding Championship as well as the International Hunter Futurity. She won every 2-Year-Old Hunter Breeding class during the championship and was named Top Dutch Horse. In 2014, as a 3-year-old, she won every performance class to earn the Grand Championship: Champion Conformation Hunter, Champion Working Hunter and Champion Hunter Under Saddle. In 2015, Good Luck again won every performance class in the International Hunter Futurity and earned another Grand Championship: Champion Conformation Hunter, Champion Working Hunter and Champion Hunter Under Saddle. She was handled by Carleton Brooks and ridden by John French.