Anne Nesler of Fort Worth, Texas, bred Its Cash Legacy, a 1990
mare by Cash Legacy (AQHA) and out of Hall of Famer and Racing
Hall of Famer It's Golden Girl. John Haid Jr. of Siloam Springs,
Arkansas, owned the mare from 1994 until she passed away April
"Cash's" race record was 12-8-3-0, with two stakes wins.
She had a speed index of 98 in her first race, setting the track
record in 1992-her first and only year of racing. That year she
earned winnings of $38,268.30.
She won eight of her first 11 races and was second three times
to Vandy's Easy Man, who was named 2-year-old supreme champion,
and whom she defeated in four of their seven races. Cash won a
bronze medallion in racing as the 1992 champion 2-year-old mare.
She also won the Texas Appaloosa Futurity and the Champion of
Champions Futurity, and was 1992 south-central regional champion.
Prior to Cash's untimely death at 10 years of age, she produced
three registered foals, which had combined winnings of $79,050.
Her 1999 gelding, Its Pure D Cash, by Pure D Dash (AQHA) won $65,801,
with a record of 40-10-8-5, and two stakes places.