Snazzy Story

Sorrel Stallion

1981- 2014


1984 Pleasure Celebration Champion.......Superior Pleasure

Tomorrow's champions have a better chance at claiming great stakes when their sire is Snazzy Story.  A 1981 sorrel stallion, Snazzy is a picture of excellence.  His white socks, blaze and flaxen mane and tail enhance this sturdy, well built stallion.


Snazzy has proven himself as the nation's outstanding pleasure horse!  At the 1983 Texas Classic, Snazzy was the highest placing two year old stallion. Winner of over $36,000, Snazzy won the 1984 Pleasure Celebration at the Houston Livestock Show.  He received his Superior Pleasure Title in 1984 and was circuit champion at the the Iowa State Show in Junior Western Pleasure.


Snazzy is the son of the great Story Man, AQHA Champion and Superior Halter and Western Pleasure.  Little Gypsy Miss, Snazzy's dam, is a Superior Western Pleasure Horse and ROM Producer.


Snazzy's mix of stamina, endurance and friendly disposition are sure to create champions of tomorrow.

Marshall Coker

Bay Stallion AQHA Champion

1976 - 2007


Marshall Coker's unique qualities are a combination of the traditional and contemporary Quarter Horse.  Marshall's gentle disposition and conformation are perfectly proportioned.  A superior Western Pleasure Horse, Marshall has stood Grand Champion many times and was the New England Quarter Horse Association Futurity winner as a yearling.  He became an AQHA Champion as a three year old.  Quite an accomplishment at such an early age.


Marshall has sired many outstanding performers:


Cokers Klowa Kid - First in the 1982 Ohio Futurity, Yearling Stallions and named Champion Yearling Stallion.  OQHA High Point Stallion, all ages in 1982.


Coke on Tap - Superior Amateur Western Pleasure.  Second in the 1983 Little River Farm NSBA Futurity.  Second in the NSBA Futurity at the Northern Ohio Firecracker Circuit.  Placed Top 10 in the nation in Snaffle Bit for 1983.  A qualifier for Amateur Western Pleasure at the 1984 World Show.


Coke on Ice - A qualifier for Junior Western Riding at the 1984 World Show.


Classy Coker - First at the 1983 NOQHA Yearling Stallion Futurity.  First at 1984 Tom Powers NSBA Futurity and first at the Ohio State Fair NSBA Futurity.  At the NSBA Florida Royal Futurity in 1984, Classy placed second out of eighty.  Winner of over $10,000 in 1984.


Coker By Design - Grand Champion in Halter and winner of the two year old gelding class at the 1983 Indiana and Kentucky State Fairs.  Continuing his success in halter and starting a promising career in performance.


Miss Kitty Coker - New England High Point Halter three year old.  1984 Quarterama, 5th. Youth Mares and 6th. Three Year Old Mares.  First in Connecticut for Three Year Old Mares.


Cokers Me Tarzan - Grand Champion at Halter and winner of the two year old gelding class at the 1983 Michigan State Fair.  Winner of the three year old gelding class at the 1984 Indiana State Fair,  OQHA High Point three year old gelding in 1984.  He was a natural showman.


Silky Fox Coker - ROM Western and English Pleasure.  First at the 1983 Indiana State Fair NSBA Futurity.


Marshalls Corkette - ROM Open Western Pleasure.  Marshall Cokers first born and first ROM.


King Coker - First time out, winner of the Stallion Breeders Colt Class at the New York State Futurity Breeder's Association.


Leeman Farm • Fritz and Carole Leeman

13820 Kimmens Road SW • Massillon, Ohio  44647

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