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Saddle Horse Report’s First Breeders’ Report



Supreme Heir’s offspring continue to keep his

memory alive as they accumulated over 12,000

points to place their sire at the top of the

first Saddle Horse Report’s Breeders’ Report.

 


by Jennifer Styskal


Breeders are forever searching for ways to best the competition, whether it be in a new crossing of bloodlines or simply breeding to the top producing stallion. The Saddle Horse Report has added one more factor to a breeder’s calculations: the Breeders’ Report.

         

Implemented at the beginning of 2007, the Breeders’ Report is fashioned after our successful High Point Report. Points earned by this past season’s show horses are attributed to their stallions and are then tallied. Points are broken down by division and category, so breeders can see who is not only breeding the most successful show horses overall, but also who is the top-producing in each division.

         

With results accumulated from horse shows across the nation, as well as overseas, it is a great way to keep track of the success of individual sires through their offsprings’ achievements in the show ring.

         

Breeders and owners can stay up to date on their stallions’ rating throughout the show year by visiting the Breeders’ Report section at www.saddlehorsereport.com.

         

Now for an overview of the top 20 overall sires of 2007.         

Top 20 Overall Sires

 

 

 

 

 

Sire

Points

# Classes

1. Supreme Heir

12,009

1,042

(Supreme Sultan x CH Supreme Airs (BHF)

 

 by Stonewall Supreme)

 

 

 

 

 

2. CH Caramac

5,461

530

(CH Will Shriver x Stonehedge Vanity

 

by Vanity’s Sensation Of Crebilly)

 

 

 

 

3. Periaptor

5392

491

(CH Courageous Admiral x Eliana

 

by Classic Stonewall)

 

 

 

 

 

4. Callaway’s Blue Norther

4,786

407

(CH Will Shriver x Royally Blue by Royal Rambler)

 

 

 

 

5. CF First Night Out

4,701

374

(CH Night Prowler x Happy Twenty-First

 

by New Yorker)

 

 

 

 

 

6. CH The King Of Highpoint

4,363

425

(Sultan’s Contract x Indiana Flame

 

by Indiana Peavine)

 

 

 

 

 

7. Catalyst

4213

377

(Manhattan Supreme x Lakeview’s Captured

 

Angel by CH Superior Odds)

 

 

 

 

 

8. Roseridge Heir

4,096

375

(Madeira’s Gift x Cedar Creek My Red Rose

 

by Ridgefield Heir)

 

 

 

 

 

9. Merchant Prince

4,092

383

(Mountain Highland Memories x CH Buck Creek’s 

 

Precious Princess (BHF) by Glen Grove’s Lord Vanity)

 

 

 

10. Santana’s Charm

4,085

347

(Sultan’s Santana x Vanity’s Belle by

 

 Vanity’s Sensation Of Crebilly)

 

 

 

 

 

11. Harlem Globetrotter

3,888

361

(New Yorker x Putting On Airs by Mr. Magic Man)

 

 

 

 

12. Phi Slama Jama

3748

342

(CH The Karankawa Chief x Wild And Lovely PH

 

by Hide-A-Way’s Wild Country)

 

 

 

 

 

13. Attache’s Thunderbolt

3,253

279

(Attache x Sweet Sharon Supreme by

 

CH Valley View Supreme)

 

 

 

 

 

14. CH Heir To Champagne

3,153

301

(Champagne Fizz x Hillcrest Enjoli (BHF)

 

by Hillcrest Bourbon Stonewall)

 

 

 

 

 

15. I’m A New Yorker

3,065

271

(New Yorker x Sentimentalist by

 

Denmark’s Bourbon Genius

 

 

 

 

 

16. Radiant Sultan

2980

284

(Supreme Sultan x CH Glenview Radiance

 

by Oman’s Desdemona Denmark)

 

 

 

 

17. Desert’s Supreme Memories

2,909

267

(Desert’s Supreme Admiral x Desert’s Precious 

 

Memories by Mountain Highland Memories)

 

 

 

 

18. Reedann’s Top Gun

2,475

225

(Stonewall’s Main Event x Yorkshire Pudding

 

by New Yorker)

 

 

 

 

 

19. Star Material

2393

223

(Talent Town x Gold Star’s Ballerina by

 

Stonewall’s Main Event)

 

 

 

 

 

20. Winsdown Hi Octane

2,330

232

(Pride Of Ridgefield x Jammin’ The Blues

 

by Admiral’s Windjammer)

 

 

 

It has been four years since the influential sire Supreme Heir passed away. Yet so strong are his bloodlines that he continues to top sire performance charts. That also holds true for the first Saddle Horse Report Breeders’ Report. With more than twice the points of any other stallion, the offspring of Supreme Heir continue to dominate the show ring, competing in over 1,000 classes and accumulating over 12,000 points.

         

Not only did the Supreme Sultan son top the overall chart, he also claimed first place on three of the four divisional rankings. CH His Supreme Reflection, That’s Chicago, The Lady’s Heir, Heir To A Star and His Heirness are a few of the many offspring who put their sire at the top of the three-gaited/park overall top 10 chart. In the fine harness section, Supreme Heir had such stars as Nurse Goodbody, Open Arms, Kiri, Piece de Resistance and Supreme Spotlight, among many others, earning top points. And to claim the number one spot in the pleasure division, Supreme Heir can credit CH The Shadow Knows, CH Riva Diva, Heirithmatic, CH Lightnin Lil, The Majestic, CH Lover’s Heir, CH Sweet Virginia, CH French Silk Stockings and She Phloats On Heir, as well as countless others, as contributors to his point total.

         

While Supreme Heir may no longer be with us, it can be rest assured that his legacy will live on in the performances of his offspring.

         

A longtime fixture at the famed Callaway Hills, CH Caramac continues to populate the show ring results with his proven offspring, topping the overall chart at number two. Caramac also made his mark in all four of the divisional ranks. Placing him in the top three of five-gaited sires were Caramac’s Bogart, Callaway’s Lil Abner, Bluebonnet’s Wild Thing, Cara Clara, Undulata Prophet, Callaway’s On Line and Callaway’s Sea Horse, among others. Earning top points in the three-gaited/park section to put Caramac in fourth place, were CH Caramac’s Norma Rae, Callaway’s Connotation, Caramac’s Counterclaim, Caramaya, Carissimo and CH Viper. Caramac also sired such champions as Callaway’s Carnegie Hall, Callaway’s Clemency, Callaway’s Four Leaf Clover, Callaway’s Whirligig and Callaway’s Cavalla to earn the eighth position on the fine harness charts. And pushing the CH Will Shriver son to the fifth spot in the pleasure section were Callaway’s Where There’s A Will, Callaway’s Simon Says, Talon, CH Unforgiven, Callaway’s Jack Frost, Callaway’s Cassandra and Holy Hannah, among several others.

         

Periaptor came in third on this impressive list of show horse producing stallions with 5,392 points earned from 491 classes. By CH Courageous Admiral and out of Eliana, this stretchy bay stallion, owned by the Loose family, has firmly established himself as the number two sire of three-gaited/park and fine harness show ring stars. Some walk-trot standouts sired by Periaptor include CH Sue-She, Memories Merlot, Periaptor’s Dancing Star, Tuff Hedeman, CH Highland Cavalier, Peritime and CH Royal Messenger. But Periaptor’s offspring look just as good under harness. Proving this are Gone Platinum, Ribbons And Reins, Brookhill’s Periday, Voulez Vous, Let It Roll and Magical Attraction.

         

Another Will Shriver son, Callaway’s Blue Norther, has taken a top spot on the overall sire list, coming in at number four. Out of the Royal Rambler daughter, Royally Blue, Blue Norther is the number one five-gaited producing stallion this year. He also ranked eighth on the three-gaited/park and pleasure charts. Enforcing Blue Norther’s right to be at the top of the five-gaited chart include CH Callaway’s Born To Win, Callaway’s Winning Ways, Callaway’s Karla, CH Callaway’s Banner Headline, Callaway’s Blue Blood, Callaway’s Millennium Lady, A Whole Different Story and Callaway’s Northern Exposure, among countless others.  

         

His list of three-gaited/park offspring include Aurora Borealis, Callaway’s Blue Waltz, CH Callaway’s Halley’s Comet, Woulda Coulda Shoulda, Callaway’s Happy Endings and Callaway’s Due North. Callaway’s Blue Agate, Callaway’s North Wind, She’s Gone Blonde, Crimson Blue, Callaway’s Hit Man, Callaway’s Northern Fling and Callaway’s Maelstrom put the sire in the top 10 of pleasure sires.

         

Saddle Horse Report’s 2005, 2006 and 2007 World’s Champion Number One Sire, CF First Night Out, came in fifth while representing Blythewood Farm on the Breeders’ Report with 4,701 points. The son of CH Night Prowler, out of Happy Twenty-First, also made his mark in the five-gaited, fine harness and pleasure divisions. Taking the eighth spot in the gaited ranks, First Night Out had such champions as CF Night’s First Impression, Kalarama’s All Time High, CF Night At The Castle, Pick Me First, Just Heavenly, I’m First, Busting Out and CH CF Night So Rare.

         

First Night Out also claimed fourth place on the fine harness chart, siring such performers as Stonecroft Sweet Confection, At Night, Night Sight, Ginger Blossom, Without You, Willie Bracket, Sugar Pine and Spend The Night. Also putting him in the top four pleasure sires were Teuschers, CH Hard Days Night TS, CH CF First Light Of Dawn, My One Night Stand, Out Go The Lights, The Last Straw, Foremost, First Night Vision, Out All Night and CF Private Night Out, among many others.

         

Another deceased stallion who made it into the top 10 of the Breeders’ Report, thanks to his successful offspring, is CH The King Of Highpoint, coming in at number six. Right behind Supreme Heir on the pleasure divisional charts at number two, King Of Highpoint also rounded out the top 10 three-gaited/park performance sires. Still carrying on the Sultan’s Contract and Indiana Flame cross are Highpoint’s Fancy Cat, Super Rooster, CH Highpoint’s Abba Zabba, The King’s Champagne, Highpoint’s Prince, Hasani, Picabo Street, CH The King’s Man, Seaforth’s Heiristotle and Highpoint’s Grandee, among many others, in the pleasure sections. Keeping their sires name among the best of three-gaited/park sires are Freakness, CH Tip O The Hat, Coco Royale, Highpoint’s So Sassy, Peppermint Schnapps, The King’s Firestorm and Highpoint’s Heart Throb.

         

Taking the seventh position this year is the Manhattan Supreme son, Catalyst, who stands under the direction of his longtime owner Dick Kearney. Catalyst’s get collected 4,213 points from 377 classes. Out of the CH Superior Odds daughter, Lakeview’s Captured Angel, he also placed seventh on the top 10 pleasure sires. CH He Walks On Water, CH A Magic Spell, Mo Rhythm, CH Catalyst Commander, Miraculous Odds, Last Cat Standing, Intriguing Masterpiece and Itchy Foot Moe all contributed points to their sire’s total in the pleasure section. Also offspring like Colonel Hoss and Carolina Cat made Catalyst the second top producing sire of junior exhibitor five-gaited horses.

         

The late Roseridge Heir came in eighth place, ranking second among five-gaited sires and ninth among pleasure. By Madeira’s Gift and out of the Ridgefield Heir daughter Cedar Creek My Red Rose, Roseridge Heir has been a proven stallion for years. Some of his get who pushed him up the charts and landed him as the number two five-gaited sire are CH Roseridge’s Gold, Miss Outta My Way, Keep Me Posted, CH Have You Ever, Roseridge’s All Mine, Courageous Lord and Ventura’s Gold Card. His top pleasure offspring include Epiphany, CH Nice Doing Business, Worthy’s Just Once, Finally Free, Tamale Wally, Closing Scene, Husker Du and Worthy’s Independent Son.

         

Happy Valley Farm’s established stallion, Merchant Prince, ranked ninth on the overall stallion list. He also earned the third spot on the three-gaited/park rating, the ninth position in fine harness and rounded out the top 10 in pleasure. With 4,085 points, the Mountain Highland Memories and CH Buck Creek’s Precious Princess world’s champion performer and producer had get show in 383 classes in 2007. Some of those point-earning offspring were Up Close & Personal WRF, Heathermoor’s Prince, Omerta, Like A Rocket, Marching Orders, The Great Gaspar, Beaujolais Nouveau, Ms Veronica Lake, Ms Amber Merchant and Any Given Sunday in the three-gaited/park divisions.

         

Placing their sire in the top 10 of fine harness stallions were All Buttoned Up, Simbara’s Exclamation, Be Advised, Beautiful Stranger OCF and A Flourish. Because of such champions as Sing My Song, CH Simbara’s Samba Jamba, The Bachelor Prince, Good Graces, Harlem’s Moonstruck, CH Callaway’s Royal Request, I’m Dreaming and Rum Tum Tigger, Merchant Prince was also the top 10 pleasure-producing stallion.

         

Parker View Farms’s Santana’s Charm not only rounded out the top 10 on the overall sire list, but also appeared on three of the four divisional ratings. A former Amateur Five-Gaited World’s Champion Of Champions and with Sultan’s Santana and Vanity’s Sensation Of Crebilly breeding, this shouldn’t be a surprise. Earning some of Santana’s Charm’s total 4,085 points to place him in the top four of five-gaited sires were Twice Charmed, CH Amusing, Sheba’s Charm, SDR’s Calypso Rhythm, I’m Royalty Too, I’m Something Wicked, Gotta Be Charmed, Mojo, CH Our Silver Charm, Princess Mara and Charming Dreams.

         

Placing Santana’s Charm in the sixth spot on the three-gaited/park rating were Our Charming Lady, Cameo’s Carte Blanche, Helen’s Charm, Supernatural Charm, Silver Exchange, A Silver Charm and Three’s A Charm. Some of Santana’s Charm’s top fine harness get who put him in sixth place on the harness chart were I’m A Lucky Charm, Part Of My Charm, Back On Top, Charming Dreams, Tremendously Charming and In Charm’s Way.

         

Harlem Globetrotter’s offspring accumulated 3,888 points in 361 classes this year, putting the New Yorker and Putting On Airs son at number 11. Kalarama Farm’s renowned stallion also made the top 10 list for five-gaited stallions and was sixth as a pleasure sire. Some of Globetrotter’s successful gaited get include CH Harlem’s Hot Ticket, Harlem’s Class Act, Lara Croft, COS Star Of Zion, Harlem’s Powerball, Harlem For President, Harlem’s Go To Man and Harlem’s Black Orchid. In the pleasure division, he had such champions as Harlem’s Worldly Lady, Sweet Intention, CH Harlem Heat, Harlem’s Moving Man, Harlem’s Gifted Treasure, CH Harlem’s Babe Ruth, Harlem’s Odyssey, Cute As A Button, Under Oath, Ya Ya Sister, Harlem’s Miss Abigail and The Rock Star.

           

Reedannland’s recently deceased head stallion, Phi Slama Jama, came in 12th on the overall rating list. Ensuring that this son of CH The Karankawa Chief and Wild And Lovely PH will not be forgotten for several years, his offspring put him third on the pleasure chart as well as 10th on the fine harness list. Earning points in the pleasure divisions for their sire were Concrete Blonde, Inphallible, Phi Phalutin RR, Reedann’s Semper Phi, Reedann’s Phire Up, We Be Jammin, Reedann’s Phine By Me, In The Zone, Reedann’s Phorget Me Not, Reedann’s Phancy Phootwork and Chere Peridot. Some of Phi Slama Jama’s harness get include Philosopher, Gretchen’s Gift, The Norseman, Reedann’s Phorest Phire, Anadon’s Ruth and Perfectly Phine Wine.

         

By Attaché and out of Sharon Supreme, Attaché’s Thunderbolt came in at number 13. Owned by Joan Lurie, Thunderbolt’s offspring earned 3,253 points in 279 classes throughout the year, enough to put him seventh on the three-gaited/park sire list. Some of his walk-trot get include The Attaché Orchid, Cloudsplitter, Attaché Allure, Thunder Cloud Nine, Heavenly Thunder, Absolut-Leigh So, Bad Moon Rising, Silk Empress, Attaché’s Rainmaker, Liquid Thunder and Circle Of A Promise.

         

Proving that deceased stallions can still make their mark, the Orr family’s CH Heir To Champagne is 14th on the overall chart. With 3,153 points from 301 classes, this Champagne Fizz son established that he was a top gaited pleasure sire, taking the number two spot on both the adult and junior exhibitor divisions. Some of Heir To Champagne’s pleasure gaited stars include Heir’s Special Report, Don’t Ask Why WRF, Gotta Be Gold, Faye Dunaway WRF, Champagne Makes Me Dizzy, He’s Heirresistible, Blackhawk’s Girls Nite Out and Cruisin On By.

         

The second New Yorker son to make it to the overall top 20 chart is I’m A New Yorker, ranked number 15. Out of the Denmark’s Bourbon Genius daughter, Sentimentalist, I’m A New Yorker also ranked fifth on the fine harness division as well as ninth on the five-gaited list. His successful harness offspring include Sister Sally, Rain, The New York Look, Simbara’s Belle Michelle, The Perfect Blind Date, Henry Hudson and Sunshine’s Daydream. Some of his top gaited get are Freaky Links, Naughty, Spirit Of New York PSF, Tabasco’s Lady From New York, The Echo Of Thunder, Got The Ticket, Be Delicious and Balboa Park.

         

Judy Werner’s former top stallion, Radiant Sultan, left behind a great legacy, ranking as number 16 with 2,980 points from 284 classes his get showed in. He also came in as ninth in the three-gaited/park sires. The second Supreme Sultan son on the list, Radiant Sultan has such great three-gaited/park competitors as High Heat, Carolina’s Top Gun, I’m Simply Divine, Albelarm Radiant Lady, CH Sportster, Stonecroft Front And Center, WV Sultan’s Radiant Vision, Scarlet Evening, Buck Inflation and Highland Radiance.

         

Desert’s Supreme Memories has definitely made his mark over the years, especially in the five-gaited divisions where he ranked seventh. With 2,909 points from 267 classes this year, he earned the 17th position on the overall list. Owned by Roberta Rassieur, Supreme Memories’ well-known gaited horses from this year include Memorize, Courtier, Enchanting Memories, On View, Yellin Helen, Essence Of Heaven, Memories’ Star Seeker, Bono, The Desert Phoenix, Desert Rattler, Cheerful Memories, Dit Dot Com and Such Sweet Memories.

         

Another of Reedannland’s top producing stallions, Reedann’s Top Gun, came in 18th place. By Stonewall’s Main Event and out of Yorkshire Pudding, his offspring collected 2,475 points from 225 classes. With winners across all divisions, some of Top Gun’s get include CH Shot With Glory, The Gun Moll, CH Reedann’s Sniper, Kenya Ketch Me, Xander, Endolane Music Maker, Gotcha Covered, Reedann’s Crown Jewel, Top Gun’s Mandate, The Lady Doesn’t Dance, She Ain’t Much, among many others.

         

Star Material made the ranks at number 19. Owned by Larry Hartsock, this Talent Town and Gold Star’s Ballerina son has also proven himself to be a producer with offspring competing in all divisions. Some of his top get this year were The Mystery Machine, CH Walterway’s Remember Me, Walterway’s Headline Material, Walterway’s Valedictorian, Ima Star Buck, Finest Material, She’s A Starburst, Taking A Chance, Walterway’s Church Me, Walterway’s Illegal Material, A Material Girl, Hollywood Material and Major Starbuck, among many others.

         

Rounding out the top 20 overall sires is Winsdown Farms’ Winsdown Hi Octane. By Pride Of Ridgefield and out of Jammin The Blues by Admiral’s Windjammer, Hi Octane’s offspring have done well in the country hunter pleasure divisions as well as in hand. Some of his notable get from this year are Emily Grey, Winsdown Rolling Rock, Rose Of Windhaven, Winsdown Point Breeze, Ghost Of Gypsy, Winsdown Cherade, Winsdown Double Take, Bacardi Silver, Winsdown Edgecliff, Winsdown Babbit Steel, Magnolia Morning, A Winning Dream and many others.

         

With a well-rounded mixture of deceased and living stallions, young and old, the Breeders’ Report is a useful tool for anyone looking for the extra edge in their breeding program, or is just curious as to the recent breeding trends. Continue to visit www.saddlehorsereport.com during the coming season to see how the offspring of the top producing stallions push their sires up and down the charts. 


Top 10 Overall Five-Gaited Sires

1. CALLAWAY’S BLUE NORTHER      

2. ROSERIDGE HEIR  

3. CH CARAMAC       

4. SANTANA’S CHARM         

5. CH THE TALK OF THE TOWN      

6. CH CALLAWAY’S BORN TO WIN   

7. DESERT’S SUPREME MEMORIES   

8. CF FIRST NIGHT OUT      

9. I’M A NEW YORKER         

10. HARLEM GLOBETROTTER


Top 10 Overall Three-Gaited/Park Sires

1. SUPREME HEIR     

2. PERIAPTOR          

3. MERCHANT PRINCE         

4. CH CARAMAC       

5. GYPSY SANTANA  

6. SANTANA’S CHARM         

7. ATTACHE’S THUNDERBOLT

8. CALLAWAY’S BLUE NORTHER

9. RADIANT SULTAN

10. CH THE KING OF HIGHPOINT


Top 10 Overall Fine Harness Sires

1. SUPREME HEIR     

2. PERIAPTOR          

3. REVIVAL    

4. CF FIRST NIGHT OUT      

5. I’M A NEW YORKER         

6. SANTANA’S CHARM         

7. SLAM DUNK H G   

8. CH CARAMAC       

9. MERCHANT PRINCE         

10. PHI SLAMA JAMA


Top 10 Overall Pleasure Sires

1. SUPREME HEIR     

2. CH THE KING OF HIGHPOINT      

3. PHI SLAMA JAMA  

4. CF FIRST NIGHT OUT      

5. CH CARAMAC       

6. HARLEM GLOBETROTTER  

7. CATALYST

8. CALLAWAY’S BLUE NORTHER      

9. ROSERIDGE HEIR  

10. MERCHANT PRINCE


Top Two Divisional Sires

Open Five-Gaited
1. SANTANA’S CHARM
2. CALLAWAY’S BLUE NORTHER

Junior Five-Gaited
1. CALLAWAY’S BLUE NORTHER
2. ATTACHE’S THUNDERBOLT

Amateur Five-Gaited
1. CH CARAMAC
2. TALK OF THE TOWN

Ladies Five-Gaited
1. CALLAWAY’S BLUE NORTHER
2. ROSERIDGE HEIR

Junior Exhibitor Five-Gaited
1. CH CARAMAC

2. CATALYST

Five-Gaited Pony
1. FAMILY JEWELS
2. REVIVAL

Open Three-Gaited
1. PERIAPTOR
2. (SA) ARBORLANE TANGOS WEE PEE

Junior Three-Gaited
1. DESIGNED
2. SUPREME HEIR

Amateur Three-Gaited
1. SUPREME HEIR
2. PERIAPTOR

Ladies Three-Gaited
1. PERIAPTOR
2. SANTANA’S CHARM

Junior Exhibitor Three-Gaited
1. SUPREME HEIR
2. KALARAMA CABERNET

Three-Gaited Pony
1. ATTACHE’S THUNDERBOLT
2. CH THE KING OF HIGHPOINT

Open Three-Gaited Park
1. SUPREME HEIR
2. PERIAPTOR

Amateur Three-Gaited Park
1. SUPREME HEIR
2. CALLAWAY’S BLUE NORTHER

Jr. Exh. Three-Gaited Park
1. GOOD TIME N MAN
2. PHI SLAMA JAMA

Open Fine Harness
1. PERIAPTOR
2. SANTANA’S CHARM

Junior Fine Harness
1. CF FIRST NIGHT OUT
2. I’M A NEW YORKER

Amateur/Ladies Fine Harness
1. SLAM DUNK H.G.
2. SUPREME HEIR

Adult Five-Gaited Show Pleasure
1. CH CARAMAC
2. CH HEIR TO CHAMPAGNE

Jr. Exh. Five-Gaited Show Pleasure
1. CH CARAMAC
2. CH HEIR TO CHAMPAGNE

Park Pleasure
1. SUPREME HEIR
2. UNLISTED

Junior Park Pleasure
1. SUPREME HEIR
2. CATALYST

Adult Three-Gaited Show Pleasure
1. SUPREME HEIR
2. CF FIRST NIGHT OUT

Jr. Exh. 17 & U Three-Gaited Show Pleasure
1. SURPEME HEIR
2. RADIANT SULTAN

Jr. Exh. 14 & U Three-Gaited Show Pleasure
1. CH THE KING OF HIGHPOINT
2. SUPREME HEIR

Show Pleasure Driving
1. SUPREME HEIR
2. ROSERIDGE HEIR

Adult Country Pleasure
1. SUPREME HEIR
2. PHI SLAMA JAMA

Junior Exhibitor Country Pleasure
1. MERCHANT PRINCE
2. THE IRISH CONNECTION

Country Pleasure Driving
1. SUPREME HEIR
2. HARLEM GLOBETROTTER

Western Pleasure
1. CHUBASCO
2. HARLEM GLOBEMASTER

Country Hunter Pleasure
1. WINSDOWN HI OCTANE
2. CH CARAMAC

In-Hand
1. THE LAST DON
2. WINSDOWN HI OCTANE




 

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