Dry Doc (1968-1997) was an AQHA registered American Quarter Horse stallion by Doc Bar and the second as well as the last foal of the champion cutting mare Poco Lena. Dry Doc was a cutting horse and sire of cutting horses.
|Breeder||Dr. and Mrs. Stephen F. Jensen|
Foaled in 1968, Dry Doc was by Doc Bar, and the second and last foal of the champion cutting mare Poco Lena. He was a full brother to Doc O'Lena. Dry Doc was inducted into the NCHA Hall of Fame in 1980, joining ranks with his dam and full brother.[circular reference] Dry Doc was inducted into the Michigan Quarter Horse Association Hall of Fame in 1997. Dry Doc was a bay, bred and owned by Dr. and Mrs. Stephen F. Jensen of Paicines, California at the time of registration.
|Three Bars (TB)|
|Myrtle Dee (TB)|
|Doc Horn (TB)|
|mare by Old DJ|
|My Texas Dandy|
|Bar Maid F|
|Old Poco Bueno|
|mare by Hickory Bill|
|mare by Blackburn|
|Waggoner Ranch mare|
- Glory Ann Kurtz. "Dry Doc" (PDF). Million Dollar Sires. King Ranch. Retrieved November 16, 2015.
- "Horse Hall of Fame". National Cutting Horse Association. www.nchacutting.com. Retrieved July 16, 2019.
- "Hall of Fame" (PDF). Michigan Quarter Horse Association. Retrieved July 16, 2019.
- "American Quarter Horse Association Registration Records". American Quarter Horse Association. Retrieved November 16, 2015.