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Saddle Horse Report’s First Morgan Breeders’ REPORT




Futurity French Command

 

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 sires 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.

         

In addition to seeing how many points are accumulated by a stallion’s get and how many classes they showed in, the Breeders’ REPORT also breaks those numbers down to find the average points per get (APG), the average points per performance (APP), as well as how many of that stallion’s offspring competed that year.

         

With results accumulated from horse shows across the nation, it is a great way to keep track of the success of individual sires through their offspring’s 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         

TOP 20 OVERALL SIRES

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sire 

Points 

# Classes 

APP 

APG 

Get

1. FUTURITY FRENCH COMMAND

8,027

600

13.4

85.4

94

(Carlyle Command x Nobelle

 

 

 

 

 

by Noble Command)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2. HVK BELL FLAIRE

5,665

403

14.1

79.8

71

(Noble Flaire x HVK Belleek

 

 

 

 

 

by HVK Hotspur)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

3. TUG HILL WHAMUNITION

5,345

407

13.1

76.4

70

(Wham Bam Command x Fiddler’s

 

 

 

 

 

Majesta by Kadenvale Don)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

4. LIBERATION FIRST STAR

3,650

255

14.3

89.0

41

(Century Free Spirit x Liberation

 

 

 

 

 

Starbrite by Wham Bam Command)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

5. TUG HILL COMMANDO

3,635

288

12.6

86.5

42

(Waseeka’s In Command x Fiddler’s

 

 

 

 

Majesta by Kadenvale Don)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

6. ULTRAS SPECIAL AGENT

3,451

271

12.7

61.6

56

(Tug Hill Commando x Up Hyre

 

 

 

 

 

Serene Topic by Tedwin Topic)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

7. IMMORTAL COMMAND

3,043

237

12.8

82.2

37

(Waseeka’s In Command x UVM

 

 

 

 

 

Vision by UVM Flash)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

8. CEDAR CREEK HARLEQUIN

2,994

230

13

80.9

37

(I Will Command x Serenity Anna

 

 

 

 

 

Rose by Serenity’s Flight Time)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

9. MAN ABOUT TOWN LPS

2,818

231

12.2

80.5

35

(Tug Hill Celebrity x Mi First Love

 

 

 

 

 

by Devan Wexford)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

10. NOBILITY

2,793

233

12

58.2

48

(Noble Command x Lost River

 

 

 

 

 

Sanfield by John Wayne Brady)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

11. HVK COURAGEOUS FLAIRE

2,485

201

12.4

92.0

27

(Noble Flaire x Val’s Christy by

 

 

 

 

 

Vigilmarch)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

12. STONECROFT MASQUERADE

2,475

188

13.2

79.8

31

(Cedar Creekharlequin x Carillon

 

 

 

 

 

Command by Wham Bam Command)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

13. SIMPLY MASERATI

2,150

168

12.8

74.1

29

(Dancity Sojourn x Sioux’s Hot

 

 

 

 

 

Tamale by Jade’s Hot Shot)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

14. HVK NOBLE OBSESSION

2,103

165

12.7

91.4

23

(Noble Flaire x HVK Twilight Vigil

 

 

 

 

 

by Vigilmarch)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

15. STONECROFT BYZANTINE

2,026

145

14

92.1

22

(Stonecroft Masquerade x Century

 

 

 

 

 

Enjolie by Tedwin Topic)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

16. NOBLE FLAIRE

1,930

147

13.1

80.4

24

(Noble Command x Lost River

 

 

 

 

 

Sanfield by John Wayne Brady)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

17. BEETHOVEN

1,882

132

14.3

99.1

19

(Noble Flaire x Myblue Heaven

 

 

 

 

 

by Waseeka’s In Commmand)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

18. MIZRAHI

1,866

123

15.2

81.1

23

(HVK Bell Flaire x Schiaparelli

 

 

 

 

 

by Wham Bam Command)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

19. THREE WISHES

1,824

153

11.9

79.3

23

(Noble Flaire x Double M

 

 

 

 

 

Temptation by Treble’s Willy Wild)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

20. POT OF GOLD

1,823

143

12.7

76.0

24

(Trija Mr. Pepperpot x Mi First Love

 

 

 

 

 

by Devan Wexford)

 

 

 

 

 

 

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

         

Topping the world of Morgan sires for the first year on the Breeders’ REPORT is Futurity French Command. He far surpassed the nearest stallion by nearly 2,500 points, ending up with a total of 8,027 points. With 94 get showing in 2007, the late stallion who was owned by Rick Lane, made it to the top 10 overall of seven out of eight categories. He claimed the number one spot on the English pleasure, pleasure driving and hunter pleasure charts as well as a reserve in the in hand and western pleasure rankings. He placed as the third top classic pleasure sire and rounded out the top 10 park saddle sire list.

         

Some of the get who got Futurity French Command to the top of so many charts are Medomak French Invasion, MEM La Vida Loca, Queen’s Proud Mary, MEM Playboy, Fait Accompli, MEM Reality Check, Le French Renaissance, GLB Perfect Harmony and Think About It MEM in the English pleasure division. Pleasure driving horses that put the sire at the top include RJM Roulette, Can’t You See MEM, MEM So Emotional, Kingsgrove French Elegance, Indian Creek Warbird and Hyland Acre’s French Flaire. In hand get include MEM So Emotional, GLB Leader Of The Band, MEM Blue Chip, C’est La Vie, RRG Windsor and MEM Just Alike.

         

MEM Once Again, MEM Virtual Insanity, KN Curiousity, Garland Fleur De Lis, Lucky Strike and DRF French Connection number among Futurity French Command’s hunter champions. RJM Pardon My French, SPR French Twist, MJD French Quarter, MCA Seawind Serenade, Garland French Authority, KN French Commandante, ECP Pretty Woman and Cabot French Lieutenant are some of his successful western entries. Classic pleasure offspring sired by Futurity French Command include Med E Oka Nobel Prize, Med E Oka French Morocco, Burkland French Tradition, Cabot Cut Above, CBMF Can’t Touch Me and Dantree After Hours. And putting this great stallion in the top 10 of park horse sires was CN’s Stylish Debut.

         

Seventy-one get sired by HVK Bell Flaire competed in 2007 and earned 5,665 points; enough to put this stallion, owned by Barbara and Arthur Jones, at number two on the overall chart. To top that off, his versatile group of offspring put him in the top 10 of six of the eight divisional rankings. He ranked number one as park saddle and park harness sires. He’s number two as a pleasure driving sire and third in English pleasure, in hand and hunter pleasure.

         

Some of his offspring credited for earning him points in the park sections are Intrepid Dynasty, Tara’s Firewalker, No Contest, Bellerophon, SLB Da Vinci, Dragonsmeade Fusion, Something Wicked, PPR Belly Dancer, Bellisimo, JW That Special Flaire, MEM Thriller and Cedar Creek With Bells On. Those who can be counted in his group of English pleasure winners are Cedar Creek Cariad, Belalugosi, Boxford Beloved, AMHF Bell Canto, Prada, HVK Obsidian, Bellagio and Mantic Flairboyant.

         

Pleasure driving offspring include Dragonsmeade Infusion, JW Patty La Belle, GLB Grand And Glorious, GLB Bell Of The Ball, Hunter Hill By Design, Looaway’s Antoinette, Starboard’s Ring My Bell, Prada and Tomeri Tango. Sheza Bell, Cingate Instant Karma, Cedar Creek Cariad, Basic Black, Mizrahi, who is eighteenth on the overall list, Bell’s Masterpiece and Key Memory are some of Bell Flaire’s in hand get. And a sample of his hunter pleasure offspring include Gradell Ring My Bell, Bell South, SBK Sasha’s Beau, MEH Bella Mia, Tara’s Bellagio, Dragonsmeade Grand Isle, Banbury Hill Belletrist and Indian Creek Belle Isle.

         

The Helen and Bill Crawford-owned stallion, Tug Hill Whamunition, earned the third position on the overall chart with 5,345 points garnered from 70 showing offspring in 2007. Tug Hill Whamunition is probably best know for his classic pleasure get, which placed him as the number one sire in that division. He was also second in the English pleasure division, third in hunter pleasure, and eighth in pleasure driving and in hand.

         

Some classic pleasure horses who claim Whamunition as their sire include About Last Night, Ms Dinah Might, Treble’s Spring Loaded, Final Judgement, Miss Voodoo, Goldencrest Aleksis (CAN) and AKM Armageddon. He also sired the following English pleasure horses: LA Ricochet, Jessebelle, One True Love, LCS Strip Tease, Paradigm Hot Chocolate, TE Ammunition, Wendigo Lord Baden Powell and Twenty Two Magnum. Hunter pleasure successes include Roadshow Jesse James, Chehalem Cassanova, Brookhaven Whaminatcha, Hurs Remington, Futurity’s J Wilamina and RJMF The Great Bambino.

         

Putting Whamunition in the top 10 of pleasure driving sires are Boston Dylan, On Target, Cingate Over The Rainbow, Whambiance and UVM Made To Order. In hand offspring include Skywarrior, LCS Strip Tease, TE Ammunition, Paradigm Hot Chocolate, GI Jane, Garland Limited Edition and UVM Made To Order.

         

Claiming the title of top four overall sires is Liberation First Star. Owned by Jacqueline Clapp, First Star passed away nearly two years ago, but his get continue to keep his name in the spotlight. In addition to making it to the top four, First Star is also the number two park saddle sire as well as fourth in pleasure driving, sixth in hunter pleasure, seventh as in hand sire and ninth in English pleasure.

         

Carrying on their sire’s name in the park saddle division this year were BKC Valiant Star, Cabot First Things First, Set To Dance and AWS Candlelight. Brining in points in the pleasure driving divisions were Briar Oak’s Armani, Still Thinking, MSV Shooting Star, Partridge Hill Priority, Stardavari, TSL Starcraft and MEM Star Search. Cabot First Confession, Graycliff Miss Liberty, GLB Moonlight Sonata, Narragansett Bay, Briar Oak’s Patriot, Graycliff Jack Star and Toast Of Broadway numbered among the hunter pleasure horses sired by First Star.

         

Liberation First Star also had numerous in hand offspring. Some of these names include SpringMill Stardust, AWS Fruition, Garland Rising Star, Still Thinking, MCS Bandini, MSV Shooting Star and Brenda Starr. Rounding out First Star’s points in the English pleasure section include BW Shrek, Treble’s First Take, CMS First Of All, Anna Nicole, MEM Star Search and A Winter Day.

         

Jerome and Shirley Modell are the owners of the fifth place stallion, Tug Hill Commando. With 42 get competing this year, he earned over 3,600 points. The majority of his points came in the western pleasure division, which he topped, as well as the English pleasure section where he ranked sixth.

         

Putting Tug Hill Commando at the top of the western pleasure sire list were ECP The Seventh Stone, Mtn Laurel Election Day, Treble’s Tanqueray, Chase Manhattan, Batton’s Maestro, Treble’s Mucho Uno, Bear’s Braveheart, Merlot, Grand Cru Beaujolais, Commit To Memory and Treble’s Commando. Some of the English pleasure get sired by Tug Hill Commando are Rampaige, NAS Rickenbacker, Pondview Promises Promises, Treble’s On Stage, KGA Center Stage, Hylee’s Showtime and Hylee Hill Street Blues.

         

Tug Hill Commando son Ultra’s Special Agent came in right behind his sire in sixth place. Owned by Annette Nickle Smith of Ultra Morgans, Special Agent’s offspring dominated the in hand rankings, placing him as the number one sire of in hand show horses in 2007. He also came in fourth in hunter pleasure and rounded out the top 10 western pleasure sires.

         

A sample of Ultra’s Special Agent in hand get include Ultra’s Philosophy Major, Ah La Lucie, Ultra’s Special Intention, Ultra’s Agent Ninety Nine, Ultra’s Special Lace, Ultra’s Secret Code, Ultra’s Special Trademark, Milagro’s Dark Victory, Ultra’s Now And Forever and SPR Pompeii. Hunter pleasure offspring who put their sire in the top four include SpringMill Madison, Stone Pine Dana, SPR X Rated, SPR Patriot, Ultra’s Active Ingredient, Ultra’s Free Agent, Alias, Ultra’s First Class Male, MSV Flight Time and JDS Secret Agent. Bear’s Covergirl, Ultra’s Special Tribute, Maxwell Smart, Ultra’s Special Force and Ultra’s Play It Again make up the western pleasure contingent.

         

Keeping it in the family, half-brother to Tug Hill Commando, Immortal Command ranks seventh on the overall charts. Both stallions are by Waseeka’s In Command. Margaret Preston owns this elegant black stallion who also placed second in classic pleasure and seventh in western pleasure.

         

Some of this year’s show stars who made Immortal Command stand out in the classic division are Rum Brook Immortal Prince, DCS Irresistable, Rum Brook Immortal Mystic, Prindle’s Mere Mortal, La Loma Wild Command, Divine Comedy, Festival Flamenco, Maximum Command and Intrepid Immortal Beloved. Those who put Immortal Command seventh on the western pleasure list include Rum Brook Immortal Valor, Willspring Immortal Star, WM Moonlight Bay, Festival Casanova, Seaway St. Lawrence, Festival Reggae, Sir Black Ty N Tails and Northwest Barrister.

         

George Schott’s late stallion, Cedar Creek Harlequin, had 2,994 points from 37 get to take the eighth position on the overall chart. He also came in second on the hunter pleasure charts, third in pleasure driving and fifth in English pleasure.

         

Ladies Night, Freddie Mercury, Attn Postmaster, Renaissance Machiavelli, Jar Golden Boy, KJM Moulin Rouge, BJL Harlequin Romance, ESS Harlequin’s Promise, En Pointe, LGH Destiny’s Treasure and French Touch are some of the 2007 hunter pleasure horses who brought their late sire points in their division. To put Cedar Creek Harlequin in the third position on the pleasure driving chart, these following horses contributed points: Stny Pt Harlequin Romance, MEM Just My Style, MEM Twisted Sister, MEM Like No One Else, MEM Bad Boy, Hollybrook Walk In Tall, AFF Leroy Brown and False Pretense. Representing Cedar Creek Harlequin in the English pleasure section are Cartier, Matrix, Futurity’s Touch Of Harley, VVM Mad About You, French Kristoph, Graywood’s Kera, TES Capital Gain, LGH Destiny’s Treasure, Rowenda Belleek, Medomak Escapade and VVM Mad About You.

         

Man About Town LPS, who has been deceased for eight years now, comes in at number nine on the overall chart. He was owned by Tyese Nicole Bohan at the time of his death. To further prove how influential his bloodlines are, he also was in the top 10 of five of the eight divisional charts. Graywood’s Corin single-handedly put his sire in the top five of park harness sires, earning 40 points in 2007. Taking sixth on the in hand charts, Man About Town sired such 2007 champions as LPS The Boogie Man, A Man’s Man, Playmor’s Town Commander, Sardes Manistique, Out On The Town, Graywood’s Corin, KD Tinsel Town and STA Dance About Town.

         

Man About Town LPS also took sixth in the western pleasure division, heralding such offspring as Park Place Dominion, SPR Don Juan, Wood Valley Counterpoint, Dr. Bombay, Briar Oak’s Taken By Storm and Maximiliano. Talk Of The Town LPS, Penncrest Philosopherking, Townshend Rise And Rule, Townshend Out On The Town, LIV Man Of Steele, Moonrun Metropolitan and Lone Star Bill put their sire at number seven on the hunter pleasure rankings. And rounding out the top 10 English pleasure sires, Man About Town can claim Sardes Manistique, Townshend Rise And Rule, Man In Command, STA Dance About Town, Stella Blue and RN Champagne Summer as his winning get.

         

Another stallion who has been deceased for only a short time, Nobility’s get made certain he stayed in the top 10 of overall sires. He was fourth in English pleasure, eighth in hunter pleasure and tenth in pleasure driving. Also owned by George Schott for the last several years, Nobility had 48 offspring represent him in the show ring. Keeping him at the top of English pleasure sires are En Possession NKS, Stoneledge Chancellor, SLB Triple Play, Robert E Lee, Irresistiblee, Raintree Picasso, KGA Odyssey, and NBN Out Of The Blue.      

         

Hunter pleasure get who garnered points for their sire include Orrwood’s Special Edition, JW High In Command, Legendary And Noble, Willowick Neon Lites, HVK Proud Nobility, Legendary Nobelle Roz, Firemark Against All Odds and Matinee Idol. Keeping Nobility in the top 10 of pleasure driving sires are Noteworthy’s Nobel Heir, TES Annuity, Paradigm Tokyo Rose, MEM Let’s Go Girls, SLB Triple Play, Irresistiblee, Whispering Marquise and Robert E Lee.

         

The second of another prominent bloodline that held top positions on the overall chart is HVK Courageous Flaire. Owned by Heidi Kunkel, Courageous Flaire made his way into the top 10 park saddle, park harness and classic pleasure charts. From the Noble Flaire line, Courageous Flaire was well-represented by his offspring. Those who succeed in the park harness division to place their sire at number four are Evolution, CN The Commanding Touch and FRF Seattle Reign. Some of his park saddle progeny who put him in seventh place include CBMF Undeniable, CN The Commanding Touch, Silverside’s Magdalene and GLB Sanatra. Courageous Flaire also came in fifth as a classic pleasure sire. Some of those get include Outrageous Courageous, Cingate Shoot The Moon, Stoneledge Step Aside, Pacific Rim Sneak Preview and Stoneleigh Flair For Life.

         

Stonecroft Masquerade, sired by the eighth place sire Cedar Creek Harlequin, earned the number 12 position on the overall charts. Owned and bred by Stonecroft Farm, Masquerade also commanded sixth place as a park harness and pleasure driving sire as well as the seventh place in the classic pleasure division. Not only did Masquerade sire competitive show horses, he’s also the father of the 15th overall stallion, Stonecroft Byzantine.

         

Some of Masquerade’s park harness offspring include Stonecroft Sudden Impact, RJMF All That Jazz, Stonecroft Trilogy and WTS The Joker. Stonecroft Byzantine, Total Recall, Stonecroft Notorious, TRE Master Of Disguise, Stonecroft Intuition, Whispering Masquerade and Stonecroft Chanel are a few of Masquerade’s pleasure driving get. Earning points for their sire in the classic pleasure divisions are Whispering Masqued Man, Stonecroft Neoclassic, Total Recall, Stonecroft Endless Love and Whispering Dance With Me.

         

Simply Maserati had 29 of his get compete in 2007, bringing in 2,150 points to put him in the 13th slot. Jennifer Keuhn and Nicole Panek own this son of Dancity Sojourn, who also placed fifth as park saddle sires and seventh in the pleasure driving division. A park world champion himself, a sample of Simply Maserati’s 2007 park saddle get includes Patchwork Simply Amazin, Lamborghini In Black, CRD Buggatti and Whispering Wild Flower. Point-winning pleasure driving offspring for Simply Maserati are Dragonsmeade Divine Miss M, TES Infinity, SLB Andiamo, Flintlock’s Testarosa, Mazatlan, Opinionated, Saralin Royal Blue and Absolute Zoom.

         

HVK Noble Obsession is another product of the successful Noble Flaire bloodline, coming in at 14. Bred and owned by Kohler Stables, Noble Obsession is the fourth top classic pleasure sires. He has had numerous champions this year, including HVK Drive Em Crazy, Rare Obsession, Whispering Obsession, Tommy Bolt PGA, HVK Wild Obsession, Cherrydale Monterey Bay and HVK Dragon Fire.

         

Fifteenth on the overall sire list is Stonecroft Byzantine, son of Stonecroft Masquerade who ranked 12th. A top pleasure driving horse himself, winning the Grand National Driving Amateur Stallion class this year with owner Cathy Hazen, Byzantine ranked fifth as sire of pleasure driving get as well as sixth of classic pleasure horses. With 22 offspring competing this year, Byzantine has had a busy schedule balancing breeding and showing duties. Earning points in the pleasure driving divisions are KH Show Byz, GLB Amazing Grace, Kingsgrove Dynasty, Intrepid Behold, Tomeri Tatiana and Hylee’s Bellagio. Classic pleasure horses sired by Byzantine include Libertto’s Bravado, Sarde’s Samurai, Stonecroft After Midnight, CBMF Mozambique and BMF To Die For.  

         

Sire of five of the top 20 overall stallions this year, Noble Flaire also makes his mark by taking the 16th position over a year after his death. The legendary stallion of Kohler Stables forged his way to the third place on the park harness charts as well as coming in seventh in the English pleasure division. Of the 24 get showing in 2007, Noble Flaire’s park harness winners include Exceptionallee, HVK Carmen and Favorite Son. His English pleasure contingent consists of HVK Hot Ember, HVK Acclamation, Boxford’s Tia Maria, HVK Flash Back, Bent Apple Fields Frolic, Favorite Son, HVK Noble Troy, Anegada and HVK Noble Topic.

         

The Dragonsmeade-owned stallion, Beethoven came in 17th with 19 offspring show this year. Another son of Noble Flaire, Beethoven claimed the ninth place in the in hand division. Some of his outstanding get include Dragonsmeade Bravura, RWF Paganini, Claim To Fame, RJMF Symphonic Music, Latour’s Magic Virtuoso and Dragonsmeade Andanate.

         

One of the youngest stallions in the top 20, Mizrahi comes in at 18. Sired by the number two stallion, HVK Bell Flaire, Mizrahi has already made his mark in the breeding world under the ownership of Playmor Farm. Not only was he fourth of in hand sires but he also came in sixth as park saddle sires. Some of Mizrahi’s 2007 in hand get include Dragonsmeade Balenciaga, Indian Creek American Girl, Kosta Boda, Mantic Spitfire, KGA Montego Bay, Queen’s Victorian Lady, Queen’s Romeo and Queen’s Passion. Putting Mizrahi in the top 10 of park saddle sires are ECP Scandalous, Dragonsmeade Bulgari, Queen’s Victorian Lady, Queen’s Newport Summer and Queen’s Romeo.

         

In 19th on the overall sire ranking is Three Wishes, the last son of Noble Flaire to make the list. This sire, owned by Cheri Barber, made the top 10 in western pleasure and hunter pleasure. Putting him a number eight in the western division are Grand Cru Hollywood’s Wish, Grand Cru Wish And Tell, Gradell Delightful Wishes and PTR Ms Behavin. Grand Cru Valentino, Graywood’s Oliver, PTR Wish In Time, Till There Was You, Hylandacres Dynamic Wishes, Heartmeadow By Request, Cosmos Sweet Wishes and MXM Midnight Annie earned points in the hunter pleasure divisions.

         

Rounding out the top 20 overall sires for 2007 is Pot Of Gold who had 24 offspring show to garner 1,823 points. Owned by Lynn and Jeff Yelton, Pot Of Gold also made it to the top 10 in the park harness and classic pleasure divisions. Earning points in the classic pleasure divisions to place their sire eighth are Sandcastle Spittin Image, Tracemark Touch Of Gold, LPS Silver And Gold and Graycliff Kilo. Taking the 10th position on the park harness charts, Pot Of Gold had several offspring show like Jackrabbit Slim and Hylee’s Goldsmith.


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 Park Saddle Sires

1. HVK BELL FLAIRE         

2. LIBERATION FIRST STAR  

3. GRANDIOSE           

4. K LYNS SHYLO         

5. SIMPLY MASERATI     

6. MIZRAHI   

7. HVK COURAGEOUS FLAIRE         

8. QUEEN'S VANITY FLAIR          

9. ARBORIA TOP GUN      

10. FUTURITY FRENCH COMMAND

 

Top 10 Overall Park Harness Sires

1. HVK BELL FLAIRE         

2. CEDAR CREEK LEGALITY      

3. NOBLE FLAIRE         

4. HVK COURAGEOUS FLAIRE         

5. HVK MAN ABOUT TOWN          

6. STONECROFT MASQUERADE          

7. ARBORIA NOBLE VICTOR        

8. NOSTRADAMUS       

9. SERENITY MASTERPIECE          

10. POT OF GOLD

 

Top 10 Overall English Pleasure Sires

1. FUTURITY FRENCH COMMAND

2. TUG HILL WHAMUNITION       

3. HVK BELL FLAIRE         

4. NOBILITY  

5. CEDAR CREEK HARLEQUIN   

6. TUG HILL COMMANDO   

7. NOBLE FLAIRE         

8. MAN IN MOTION       

9. LIBERATION FIRST STAR  

10. MAN ABOUT TOWN LPS

 

Top 10 Overall Pleasure Driving Sires

1. FUTURITY FRENCH COMMAND     

2. HVK BELL FLAIRE         

3. CEDAR CREEK HARLEQUIN   

4. LIBERATION FIRST STAR  

5. STONECROFT BYZANTINE   

6. STONECROFT MASQUERADE          

7. SIMPLY MASERATI     

8. TUG HILL WHAMUNITION       

9. HOLLYBROOK STAGE RAGE  

10. NOBILITY

 

Top 10 Overall Classic Pleasure Sires

1. TUG HILL WHAMUNITION       

2. IMMORTAL COMMAND     

3. FUTURITY FRENCH COMMAND     

4. HVK NOBLE OBSESSION   

5. HVK COURAGEOUS FLAIRE         

6. STONECROFT BYZANTINE   

7. STONECROFT MASQUERADE          

8. POT OF GOLD

9. MTN LAUREL MAXIMILIAN  

10. LIBERATION RHYTHM N BLUES

 

Top 10 Overall In Hand Sires

1. ULTRA'S SPECIAL AGENT         

2. FUTURITY FRENCH COMMAND     

3. HVK BELL FLAIRE         

4. MIZRAHI   

5. HOLLYBROOK STAGE RAGE  

6. MAN ABOUT TOWN LPS    

7. LIBERATION FIRST STAR  

8. TUG HILL WHAMUNITION       

9. BEETHOVEN          

10. MAINFRAME

 

Top 10 Overall Western Pleasure Sires

1. TUG HILL COMMANDO  

2. FUTURITY FRENCH COMMAND     

3. ISSUES N ANSWERS     

4. CARLYLE COMMAND     

5. FOREVERMORE

6. MAN ABOUT TOWN LPS    

7. IMMORTAL COMMAND     

8. THREE WISHES

9. SOMETHING BLUE

10. ULTRA'S SPECIAL AGENT

 

Top 10 Overall Hunter Pleasure Sires

1. FUTURITY FRENCH COMMAND     

2. CEDAR CREEK HARLEQUIN   

3. TUG HILL WHAMUNITION       

4. ULTRA'S SPECIAL AGENT         

5. HVK BELL FLAIRE         

6. LIBERATION FIRST STAR  

7. MAN ABOUT TOWN LPS    

8. NOBILITY  

9. THREE WISHES        

10. CARLYLE UPPER CAISSE

 

TOP TWO DIVISIONAL SIRES

 

Open Park Saddle

1. HVK BELL FLAIRE         

2. QUEEN'S VANITY FLAIR

 

Ladies Park Saddle

1. HVK BELL FLAIRE         

2. AND THE BEAT GOES ON

 

Amateur Park Saddle

1. GRANDIOSE

2. LIBERATION FIRST STAR

 

Junior Exhibitor Park Saddle

1. LIBERATION FIRST STAR  

2. K LYN'S SHYLO

 

Junior Park Saddle

1. ASTRONOMICALLEE          

2. LIBERATION FIRST STAR

 

Open Park Harness

1. HVK BELL FLAIRE         

2. NOBLE FLAIRE

 

Ladies Park Harness

1. HVK MAKE EM CRY        

2. HVK BELL FLAIRE

 

Amateur Park Harness

1. HVK BELL FLAIRE         

2. HVK COURAGEOUS FLAIRE

 

Junior Exhibitor Park Harness

1. CEDAR CREEK LEGALITY      

2. POT OF GOLD

 

Junior Park Harness

1. HVK BELL FLAIRE         

2. LIBERATION FIRST STAR

 

Open English Pleasure

1. NOBILITY            

2. HVK BELL FLAIRE

 

Ladies English Pleasure

1. FUTURITY FRENCH COMMAND     

2. CEDAR CREEK HARLEQUIN

 

Amateur English Pleasure

1. FUTURITY FRENCH COMMAND     

2. HVK BELL FLAIRE

 

Junior Exhibitor English Pleasure

1. FUTURITY FRENCH COMMAND  

2. TUG HILL WHAMUNITION

 

Junior English Pleasure

1. TUG HILL WHAMUNITION       

2. ASTRONOMICALLEE

 

Open Pleasure Driving

1. FUTURITY FRENCH COMMAND     

2. NOBILITY

 

Ladies Pleasure Driving

1. FUTURITY FRENCH COMMAND     

2. IMMORTAL COMMAND

 

Amateur Pleasure Driving

1. STONECROFT MASQUERADE            

2. FUTURITY FRENCH COMMAND

 

Junior Exhibitor Pleasure Driving

1. NOBLE FLAIRE         

2. STONECROFT BYZANTINE

 

Junior Pleasure Driving

1. FUTURITY FRENCH COMMAND

2. STONECROFT BYZANTINE

 

Classic Pleasure Saddle

1. TUG HILL WHAMUNITION

2. IMMORTAL COMMAND

 

Junior Exhibitor Classic Pleasure Saddle

1. TUG HILL WHAMUNITION

2. BORN TO BOOGIE

 

Classic Pleasure Driving

1. TUG HILL WHAMUNITION       

2. STONECROFT BYZANTINE

 

Junior Exhibitor Classic Pleasure Driving

1. LIBERATION RHYTHM N BLUES  

2. IMMORTAL COMMAND

 

In Hand Stallion

1. HVK BELL FLAIRE         

2. FUTURITY FRENCH COMMAND

 

In Hand Gelding

1. BEETHOVEN            

2. ULTRA’S SPECIAL AGENT

 

In Hand Mare

1. ULTRA’S SPECIAL AGENT         

2. MIZRAHI

 

Open Western Pleasure

1. TUG HILL COMMANDO  

2. FOREVERMORE

 

Ladies Western Pleasure

1. PJM PREFERIBILITY            

2. HVK NOBLE OBSESSION

 

Amateur Western Pleasure

1. TUG HILL COMMANDO

2. FOREVERMORE

 

Junior Exhibitor Western Pleasure

1. SOMETHING BLUE  

2. ISSUES N ANSWERS

 

Junior Western Pleasure

1. FUTURITY FRENCH COMMAND

2. BEETHOVEN

 

Open Hunter Pleasure

1. CEDAR CREEK HARLEQUIN

2. FUTURITY FRENCH COMMAND

 

Ladies Hunter Pleasure

1. FUTURITY FRENCH COMMAND     

2. TUG HILL WHAMUNITION

 

Amateur Hunter Pleasure

1. FUTURITY FRENCH COMMAND  

2. TUG HILL WHAMUNITION

 

Junior Exhibitor Hunter Pleasure

1. NOBILITY            

2. CEDAR CREEK HARLEQUIN

 

Junior Hunter Pleasure

1. ULTRA’S SPECIAL AGENT  

2. HVK BELL FLAIRE

 

         


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