Star/L.Hind Sock Sire of 119 AQHA registered foals, 8 Performers including Sizzler, Race ROM, and 17 ROM producing daughters. AQHA Hall of Fame (1992) AQHA issued him the number P-6, NFQHA awarded him a 100% foundation rating. He passed away in 1943. Known as “that Tommy Moore horse,” Oklahoma Star earned a reputation as a formidable running horse and an influential sire. Foaled in the Oklahoma Panhandle in 1915. Moore began match-racing the bay as a 3-year-old. His first race was 220 yards, and Oklahoma Star won easily against the reputed Slip Shoulder. The stallion beat another well-regarded runner, and it did not take long for Oklahoma Star to run out of challengers. Oklahoma Star was also used as a breeding stallion. Moore would breed the stallion hours before racing, but it never affected the bay’s performance. The quality of mares ranged from race mares to Indian mares to buggy mares. Regardless, Oklahoma Star always sired nice foals. In the early 1930s and one owner later, Ronald Mason, owner of the Cross J near Nowata, Oklahoma, bought Oklahoma Star.