2024 Breeder's Guide

Oz Ona Hot Streak
Oz Ona Hot Streak is featured in The Team Roping Journal's 2024 Breeder's Guide, highlighting industry-best rope horse breeding programs, studs and incentives.

Oz Ona Hot Streak
Owned by Rockin OZ Performance Horses
Guthrie, Oklahoma
Standing at Lazy E Ranch

STUD FEE: $1,750 Frozen Semen Only

SIRE: A Streak Of Fling
DAM: Oz One Hot Momma by One Hot Jose

INCENTIVES: Platinum Medal Rope Horse Futurity Medal Program, Riata Buckle, Royal Crown, The Diamond Classic

The 2015 gray stallion, Oz Ona Hot Streak, knows what it takes to be a winner. Oz Ona Hot Streak is a son of A Streak Of Fling and out Oz One Hot Momma. With his beautiful gray coat and stout stature at 14.3 hands, Oz Ona Hot Streak turns heads in and out of the arena.

In 2019, Oz Ona Hot Streak clinched the AQHA World Champion Junior Heading title and secured a top 10 position in the AQHA World Junior Heeling L2 Open—proving his abilities on both ends of the steer. He has also been a force to be reckoned with at ProRodeos, ridden by Ross Ashford. His accolades include wins in 2023 at Ashley, North Dakota; Redmond, Oregon; Clovis, New Mexico; and stopping the clock with a 4.0-second run to win the 2022 Calgary Stampede, accumulating more than $200,000 in lifetime earnings. The stallion was also featured in the 2023 X-Factor Match Roping.

“He’s so versatile,” Monty McNair, Lazy E Ranch manager, said. “To be able to go win the [AQHA] World Show in the heading, be top 10 in the heeling the same year, then go out to win $200,000 plus in the PRCA, that speaks volumes of his versatility.”

Oz Ona Hot Streak
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