just south of Cedar Rapids, Iowa, and within a 5-mile radius of
the Iowa Equestrian Center, Lueck Show Horses is home to several
top Paint and Quarter Horse stallions. Specializing in
conditioning and showing world-class halter horses, this
facility is committed to advancing the American Paint and
Quarter Horse through selective breeding.
Tom Lueck has been breeding and showing halter horses. In
2000 he began accepting outside horses for conditioning and
showing. The part-time aircraft mechanic is a full-time
horseman and with his wife, Gerrie, the couple runs a smooth
to their conditioning services, the Luecks also offer
collection, frozen and shipped semen services. Standing at
Lueck Show Horses is Obvious First Clue, a 1994 sorrel overo
stallion sired by KO First Clue AQHA and out of Son Dee Susie
AQHA. The double-registered stallion has an APHA Superior
and Register of Merit in halter and is a multiple world and
reserve world champion halter sire. World champion get
includes Clues Eclipse, a 1998 sorrel solid mare, and MW Clue
Katie In, a 1997 sorrel solid mare, while Reality Bites, a 2003
sorrel overo gelding, earned a reserve world champion title.
Audrey went to the state fairgrounds in Des Moines -- but not
for the usual horse show. This time she was there for the
Iowa State Fair. Audrey loved the Ferris Wheel and having
her face painted.
Here's a picture of Audrey
and one of her many barn cats - - this one is named Boo!
Gerrie and Tom Lueck have been
involved with horses since childhood. While Gerrie was trail
riding with her geldings throughout the Midwest, Tom was
establishing a solid AQHA and APHA breeding and showing program
for halter horses.
Gerrie and Tom met in 2000 and
have been growing and building the Lueck Show Horses name ever
When not showing horses, Gerrie and Tom can be found
chasing after Audrey or
trail riding with friends.