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Equine Obituary - Undulata’s Georgie Girl

Undulata’s Georgie Girl, sired by Attache’s Liquid Asset and out of Riva’s Fashion Spirit, was put down Saturday, Jan. 23 due to a broken leg. Georgie Girl was a star from the moment she hit the show ring in 1999 as a two-year-old in the fine harness division. At the age of three, she was already gaited, and that is the division where she truly shined. She earned the Junior Five-Gaited Mare World’s Championship at Louisville in 2001 and returned to be named the Junior Five-Gaited World’s Champion of Champions.

Debbie Gabbert purchased Georgie Girl in July of her two-year-old year and along with Silver Brook Stables trainer Debbie Foley was the mare’s biggest supporter and cheerleader. Georgie Girl had numerous career highlights including never placing below second place in her five and six-year-old years and she was Rock Creek and Lexington’s Five-Gaited Grand Champion in 2003. She was the 2004 and 2005 Five-Gaited Mare Reserve World’s Champion in addition to wins at Midwest Charity, Blue Ridge Classic and Mid America Mane Event.

Georgie Girl left the show ring in 2007 and spent two years as a broodmare with tremendous success under Foley’s direction. Her first crop are now two-year-olds for 2010 and if they take after her, offer tremendous promise for the five-gaited division for years to come.

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