Two-Time Champion Kiss My Hocks To Oklahoma In 2023
Two-time champion and multiple stakes sire Kiss My Hocks will stand the 2023 season at Lazy E Ranch in Guthrie, Oklahoma.

TRACK Magazine / Mark Herron
Two-Time Champion Kiss My Hocks To Oklahoma In 2023

GUTHRIE, OK–JULY 3, 2022–Two-time AQHA Racing Champion and a leading fourth-crop sire Kiss My Hocks will stand his first season in Oklahoma in 2023. Owner's Kiss My Hocks, LLC announced today the leading son of champion Tempting Dash will stand at Lazy E Ranch in Guthrie, Oklahoma. 

"We are very grateful that Kiss My Hock’s owners will be standing their outstanding Champion stallion and Grade 1 sire at Lazy E Ranch beginning in 2023," Lazy E Ranch manager Monty McNair said. "Kiss My Hocks’ offspring have certainly proven his siring worth on the racetrack and in the sale ring. They are fast, correct, sound and possess great conformation - all attributes breeders seek for successful breeding programs."

Jess My Hocks defeating reigning AQHA Racing World Champion Danjer in the 2022 Grade 1 $120,000 Leo Stakes at Remington Park. © Dustin Orona Photography

From four crops to race, Kiss My Hocks has sired 138 winners, 44 black type (18%), earners of $6.9 million with average earnings per starter of over $28,250. 

His top performers include Jess My Hocks SI 110 (10 wins to 5, $441,102 Leo S.-G1-twice, Bank of America Challenge Championship S.-G2, etc.), Hock It To You SI 105 (5 wins to 2, $408,312 Dash for Cash Juvenile S., etc.), Kiss My Whuut SI 96 (5 wins to 3, $203,071 Evangeline Downs Futurity-G3, 3rd-Dash For Cash Derby-G2, etc.), Cc Hocks SI 99 (2 wins at 2, $193,222 2nd-Rainbow Futurity-G1, etc.), Greysland SI 106 (4 wins to 3, $164,842 Dash For Cash Juvenile S., etc.), One Incredible Hock SI 98 (4 wins to 3, $163,954 TQHA Sires' Cup Futurity [R] -G3,), Prize Kiss SI 93 (3 wins to 3, 2022 $150,958 Heartland Futurity, Indiana Grand Juvenile Challenge S., etc.), Mr Michel SI 99 (4 wins to 3, $150,910 Miss Roxie Little Futurity S., etc.), Seven SI 96 (5 wins to 2, $143,708 3rd-Rainbow Futurity-G1, etc.), etc.;

At the track, Kiss My Hocks won or placed 10 of 11 career starts with earnings of $1,199,385. Names AQHA Racings Champion 2-year-old and Champion 2-year-old Colt of 2014, he won the Ruidoso Futurity(G1), Rainbow Derby(G1), Sam Houston Futurity(G1), was second in the Rainbow Futurity(G1) and a finalist in the All American Derby(G1).

Kiss My Hocks is out of the Grade 1-placed Tres Seis mare, Romancing Mary ($163,294), dam of 12 ROM, 2 black type and 1 champion. She is also the dam of stakes-placed Mary Me Anna ($48,158), dam of Dash For Cash Futurity(G1) winner Chilitos ($437,909).

The second dam is a multiple black type producer and the granddam of Grade 1 winner Gold Digging Ashley ($355,195).

For additional information or breeding contracts contact farm managers Monty McNair or Matt Witman at 405-282-3437.