Marthas Mega Jac

Marthas Mega Jac

Reining competitor, sire passed away on August 30.

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Reining competitor and sire Marthas Mega Jac was euthanized August 30, 2021, due to infirmities of old age at his long-time home at Scott McCutcheon Reining Horses at Whitesboro, Texas.

The 30-year-old stallion known as “Mega” was bred by Sally Brown of Wayzata, Minnesota, and was sired by Hollywood Jac 86 and out of the Mr Joe Glo mare Mainly Martha. 

He was initially trained and shown by Craig Johnson, and they contested the 1994 National Reining Horse Association Futurity Open finals. Scott McCutcheon took the horse over in 1996 and showed the horse to great success, including the 1997 NRHA open reserve world champions, 1999 United States Equestrian Federation reserve championship and 2000 USEF Nations Cup Championship winners. 
The horse earned $103,088 in lifetime earnings.

As a sire, he has gotten the earners of nearly $800,000, and is having success as a damsire with more than $1.1 million in progeny earnings. 

His top earner is My Mega Ditto, who is out of the Hollywood Dun It mare Okie Dokie Dunnit, an earner of $138,087.