Zan Parr Jack Dies
With great sadness the Lazy E family announced today the passing of longtime friend and legendary performance stallion Zan Parr Jack. The 35-year-old American Quarter Horse stallion was euthanized this morning following a decline in quality of life attributed to infirmities of old age.
“Jack,” as he was affectionately called by all who knew him, had lived at the Lazy E Ranch for more than 30 years, following a stellar career in the show ring.
By American Quarter Horse Hall of Fame sire Zan Parr Bar and out of Miss Goldie Jack by American Quarter Horse Hall of Famer Two Eyed Jack, Zan Parr Jack was bred by Jerald Reimann of Dighton, Kansas and purchased as a 2-year-old by American Quarter Horse Hall of Fame inductee Carol Rose, who owned his sire.
Billy Allen, who trained and showed sire Zan Parr Bar to three AQHA halter championship titles and multiple top-10 finishes in roping, heading and heeling, also started his sorrel son.
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