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Royal Blue Boon

Royal Blue Boon

At 26 years old, Royal Blue Boon is the all-time leading producer of cutting horses in the world with personal lifetime earnings of $381,764 and produce earnings of well over $2.5 million dollars.  Royal Blue Boon had an outstanding career in National Cutting Horse Association (NCHA) competition during the1980s. Ridden by NCHA Hall Of Famer, Larry Reeder, Royal Blue Boon was a finalist at the NCHA Futurity, the NCHA Super Stakes and the NCHA Derby.  Additionally, she was named Champion at the Augusta Futurity (then the Atlanta Coast Cutting Futurity), tied for the Championship at the Bonanza Cutting, and was Reserve Champion of the prestigious Masters Cutting.


As a producer of cutting horses, Royal Blue Boon has been immortalized as the leading dam of all time in NCHA history with 17 money earners.  Among her noted offspring are the following performers:

  • Red White And Boon, a five time NCHA World Champion earning $928,410
  • Bet Yer Blue Boons, the 2000 NCHA World Champion Open Cutting Horse and World Champion Mare with lifetime earnings of $352,693
  • Autumn Boon, an NCHA Super Stakes Champion with lifetime earnings of $258,185
  • Duals Blue Boon, an NCHA World Champion with lifetime earnings of $193,905
  • Peptoboonsmal, an NCHA Futurity Champion with lifetime earnings of $180,487 and an all-time leading cutting horse sire
  • Peppys From Heaven, earner of $143,350
  • Royal Red Boon, earner of  $135,360
  • TH Royal Red Peppy, earner of $122,584
  • Royal Blue Dually, earner of $86,278 and producer of NCHA Futurity Champion, Royal Fletch
  • Peekaboon, earner of  $79,876 and producer of offspring with earnings of more than $400,000
  • Mecom Blue, earner of $27,291 and named AQHA/NCHA Freshman Sire of the Year in 2003
Royal Blue Boon is, simply put, the greatest mare in NCHA’s history. Owned by Larry Hall Cutting Horses of Weatherford, Texas, she is retired now and the favored and pampered pet of Elaine Hall.