Cats Merada has become one of the top sires in the cutting horse industry, with offspring earnings of more than $5 Million. Intelligence, athleticism, and beautiful conformation are all traits being passed on to his offspring. His foals have performed well in cutting, reining, and working cow horse disciplines. Furst Ranch offers the opportunity to support Ronald McDonald House Charities of the Inland Northwest while making a dream come true in breeding for your next Champion! Under the guidance of John Wold, this 1999 sorrel stallion has earned Lifetime Earnings of $177,900. His show career includes the 2002 NCHA Futurity Three-Year-Old Open semi-finalist; 2003 Southern Futurity Four-Year-Old Open Co-Reserve Champion; 2003 Brazos Bash 3rd Four-Year-Old Open; 2003 West Texas Futurity 3rd Four-Year-Old Open; 2003 Lone Star CHA 3rd (tie) Four-Year-Old Open; 2003 Music City Futurity Four-Year-Old Open finalist; 2003 Augusta Futurity Four-Year-Old Open finalist; 2003 Galles Ranches Four-Year-Old Open finalist; 2003 NCHA Summer Spectacular Four-Year-Old Open semi-finalist; 2004 Bonanza Cutting Five & Six-Year-Old Open Champion; 2004 Silverado Arena Five & Six-Year-Old Open Reserve Champion; 2004 NCHA Super Stakes 3rd Five & Six-Year-Old Open; 2004 NCHA Summer Spectacular 3rd Five & Six-Year-Old Open; 2004 Western Horseman Cup Finals 3rd (tie) OP; 2004 Memphis Futurity Five & Six-Year-Old Open finalist; 2004 Augusta Futurity Five & Six-Year-Old Open finalist.
He is a gritty showhorse that loves competition. And the more challenging he is, the better he gets! His pedigree is outstanding. He is sired by the legendary High Brow Cat. His dam is Merada Lena, whose offspring earnings are over $278,566. Cats Merada is genuinely one of the most beautiful sons of High Brow Cat, and his conformation and balance are outstanding.
He has always been an exceptional horse, and he knows it. Cats Merada was the 2020 RGP #8 Leading Sire of Ranch Horse Money-Earners; and the 2020 NRCHA #12 Leading Sire. Sire of 430 money earners, $7,438,692, and earners of 2,750 AQHA points. His first offspring was born in 2005, and they have undoubtedly lived up to the reputation of the 'Cats' that came before him. They are remarkably like their sire showing his good looks, balance, and conformation. Such is true of NIEVAS ($362,794 and 48.5 AQHA points: NCHA Non-Pro Co-World Champion; NCHA Non-Pro Classic/Challenge Champion), GEORGE C MERADA ($358,658 and 36.5 AQHA points: NCHA World Champion Gelding; NCHA Hall of Fame), JJS CATLESS MERADA ($172,422: Breeders Inv. Open Classic Reserve Champion), FORT WORTH PIPELINE ($165,048: AQHA World Champion Junior Cutting Horse), FLO LIKE A CAT ($124,439: NCHA $3,000 Novice Reserve World Champion), and the list goes on. An outstanding pedigree, and a proven show record, with looks and conformation that are second to none, make Cats Merada an outstanding individual in the Cutting Horse Industry.