Arabian Sport Horse Alliance 2018-2019 Directory & Yearbook

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Annual publication of the Arabian Sport Horse Alliance, Inc.

Honoree Articles, Award Listings, Photo Galleries, Youth Member Spotlights, Stallion Pages, Farm Profiles, Articles, and more.....

Arabian Sport Horse Alliance, Inc.

2018-2019 Yearbook & Directory

The 2018-2019 Arabian Sport Horse Alliance Yearbook and Member Directory celebrates the activities

of the Alliance and shines a spotlight on our members to help promote their farms and horses. This

publication is intended to be analogous to the yearbooks that many of the sport horse registries publish

annually.

Contents include:

• Articles about the 2017-2018 honorees for the Lifetime Achievement, Horse of the Year, Hall of Fame

Benefactor, & Hall of Fame Horse (The 2018-2019 honorees will be published in the next yearbook)

• Recipients of the ASHA Highlight and Top Awards that recognize achievements of Arabian-bred

horses and ponies in all-breed sport horse competitions

• Winners of the 2018 Year End Competition Awards

2018 Milestone Award recipients

• Supporter and Sponsor “Thank Yous”

• Farm Profile pages for Member Farms

• Stallion Profile pages for Farm Members’ Stallions

• Youth Member Spotlights

Sport Horse Studbook Inspection reports of Member Horses

2018 Foal Gallery

• Gallery of member horses

• A directory of members & member Arabian-bred horses

Special features include:

• Spotlight Stories of Members’ Exceptional Experiences with their Arabian-bred partners

• Community submitted stories of Arabian-bred eventing horses --past and present.

Thank you to all our Charter Members and Members for joining the Alliance and helping to build a

unique organization to serve the “big tent” of the Arabian sport horse community. The Board of Directors

are deeply honored by and grateful for your support of the organization. The Alliance brings together people

from a number of registries and all the sport horse disciplines. While the needs and concerns of a member

new to the sport horse disciplines may differ from those of a member who has been breeding and competing

Arabian-bred horses at upper levels for decades, we all share is a deep appreciation for the qualities offered

by Arabian-bred sport horses and a desire to connect with others who share that passion.


TABLE OF CONTENTS

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2017-2018 Lifetime Achievement Award Honoree Angelique Anthony…………..…..………….……… 3

2017-2018 Horse of the Year Honoree: Aurora MR ……………………………..………………………………… 5

2017-2018 Hall of Fame Benefactor Award: Austine Hearst……………………………………..……………. 9

2017-2018 Hall of Fame Horse Award: Tamarillo………………………..……….…………………..……………. 13

2018 Studbook Inspection Report………………………………………………..…………………………..…….….….. 15

Profiles of Arabian-bred Eventers past and present……………………………………………………..….……… 17

ASHA Thank Yous and News Updates! ………………………………….……………………………………………….. 27

Photo Gallery……………………………………………………………………………..…………………..……………………… 31

Member Exceptional Experience Spotlight: Patty Jackson with Aul Saba+//………………………… 39

Highlight and TOP Awards…………………………………………………………..………………..…………..…………… 41

Youth Profiles compiled by Sari Bolnik……………………….……………..………………………………………..,…. 43

Milestone Awards…………………………………………………………………..……………………………………………… 49

Year End Awards…………………………………………………………………..……………..………………………………… 51

Member Exceptional Experience Spotlight: Tracy Pierce with Elijas Trubador MGF +++//……… 61

2018 Foal Paddock……………………………………………….…………………….……………………………………….…. 63

Member Exceptional Experience Spotlight: Nicole Rowley with Midknight Orkid++/……………… 65

Farm Profiles………………………………………………….……………….……………………………………………………… 67

Stallion Roster……………………………………………………………………..………………………………………………... 89

Member Directory and Horse Listings……………………………………………………………………………………. 111

Arabian Sport Horse Alliance, Inc. Board of Directors

President: Dawn Jones-Low (2019-2020)

Vice President: Peggy Ingles (2019-2020)

Secretary: Kristi Herbst (2019-2020)

Treasurer: Sue Schultz (2019-2020)

Past President: Tamara Torti

info@arabiansporthorsealliance.org

www.arabiansporthorsealliance.org

2018-2019 Director: Shayna Dolinger

2018-2019 Director: Beth Thomas

2019-2020 Director: Chris Donovan

2019-2020 Director: Mary Anne Morrison

2019-2020 Director: Tamara Torti

2019-2020 Director: Ashlie Yancy


ASHA Lifetime Achievement Honoree

Angelique Anthony

As we travel through life, we are sometimes

handed a thing we never expected or even

asked for and many times these gifts actually

work out nicely!

Angelique Anthony was thrust into the world of horses

in this manner and that is how she started her journey

with Arabian horses that led to her earning this award.

31 years ago, at the peak of Angelique’s successful

career as a Great Dane breeder and exhibitor, her fellow

breeder, Dade Bozievich, gave Angelique a 2

year old purebred Arabian gelding,

Russian Roulett (Wind Fortune x

Muscatasha {*Muscat}), better

known as Sasha.

Angelique, though

quite well versed in the

world of dogs, had no

clue about Arabians,

or even horses for that

matter! She accepted

this unusual gift and

did the right thing by

finding a good trainer to

get Sasha started under

saddle. He became a great

companion, trail horse, and a

horse that others would borrow

to ride in a parade or a show. As a late

teenager, Sasha went to a Bernie Traurig clinic

where his jumping skills were recognized and encouraged

and he became the famous show jumper we now know.

Not one to go into the dark on a new adventure, Angelique

did some reading and studying and talking about

the world of the big time jumpers and realized how little

Arabians were thought of as competitive jumpers. She

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then set out to prove them wrong by getting a top trainer

and putting in two years of hard work before debuting in

2003 on the AA-rated show circuit in California. Sasha’s

rider was Argentine polo player Federico Mantares, who

was learning to jump courses right along with Sasha.

These two were a tough combination to beat. Quick

over the jumps, turns on a dime, seemingly never touching

the ground - earned them the nickname, “The Russian

Rocket,” coined by an announcer at the 2004 Olympic

Trials. Together they won 16 championships, 2 reserve

championships, 3 Event Derby wins

and to date are the only purebred Arabian

team to win the Adult Amateur

Jumper Classic at LAEC.

Angelique applied her dog

show marketing skills to Sasha’s

career. She spent thousands

on full page ads in

major show magazines promoting

him and his breed.

People soon knew who

that red blur was that was

earning blues at some very

prestigious horse shows. She

also publicized his breed by letting

fellow competitors know what

he was and walking him around in his

Bedouin halter with his mane flowing in the

more traditional Arabian style.

Sasha carried a senior handicapped rider and helped

restore the confidence of a junior rider for the last 2 years

of his show career, all while winning an unprecedented

number of blue ribbons, before retiring sound at age 22.

During and after his years of active competition, Angelique

generously supported and sponsored jumper classes,


including the $5,000 prize for the Scottsdale Gambler’s

Choice class for several years.

In 2008, the Arabian Horse Association celebrated their

Centennial allowing their membership to vote for 100

of most influential and significant people, horses and/or

events of the last 100 years. Only 33 horses made the list

with such greats as *Bask++, * Muscat, Khemosabi++++//,

Cass Ole+ (The Black Stallion), and coming in at #65 was

Russian Roulett, a horse who only five years earlier was

unknown. Perhaps it was Sasha’s & Angelique’s destiny

to help guide the Arabian sport horse into centennial history

and to proudly represent the jumper in the Arabian

Horse Galleries at the Museum of the Horse at the Kentucky

Horse Park.

Angelique has continued to support the Arabian horse

as a using sport horse, particularly over fences, She has

sponsored and promoted some hunters and jumpers,

sponsored classes and garlands at SHN, put ads again in

various publications to support the breed. She even made

sure that one horse got a piece in the US Equestrian magazine

for a major win when it would have never

happened without Angelique’s push. Angelique is one of

the first to step up when someone is uneducated about

the Arabian breed and help them learn more. She always

said since Sasha retired she “has no dog in the fight”

but she doesn’t need one to be able to be the worthy

winner of the Arabian Sport Horse Alliance Lifetime

Achievement Award!

Editor’s Note: Angelique passed away on February 17, 2019.

In her memory, the Alliance is helping coordinate an award

and prize money for the Open Jumper Stake Championship

class at AHA Sport Horse Nationals. Donations can be made

through Paypal at info@arabiansporthorsealliance.org.

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ASHA Horse of the Year

Aurora MR

Owned & Bred by James & Karen Ernst

There are some horses that are superstars because

they have a superstar as a rider and there

are some horses that are just born to be a superstar

regardless of their rider. Aurora MR (JRPadrov x El

Disar Eve) is the second kind of horse. Now don’t get me

wrong, all of her riders have been great, but it is not often

that a horse is a superstar with every rider they are paired

with. Aurora is just that, and I think after reading her story

you will agree.

Aurora was started

under saddle in the fall

of her 5th year. Right

away the trainer’s

12-year-old daughter

was riding her and fell

in love. Together they

practiced dressage

movements and had

fun jumping the jumps

that were set up in the

arena. When it came

time to start showing,

the trainer’s schedule

did not blend well

with the Arabian Show

schedule, so she sent

one of her 12-year-old students, Jennifer, to ride Aurora.

Here we were at a show with a kid that we really did not

know, riding a horse that had less than 6 months of formal

training and with no trainer to school them!

Jennifer and Aurora were stars at this first show, so we

continued attending Arabian and Open Shows with Jennifer

as her rider. The pair qualified for the 2004 CDS Jr.

Championship show in Training level, so off we went. After

the first day of the Championships, Jennifer and Aurora

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were ahead of

the rest of their

class by a solid

5% and just

had one more

ride to go to be named Champion.

On day two, during the warm up for their last ride,

while cantering on a 20 meter circle Aurora stepped on a

large rock that had been thrown into the arena and tore

her right hind suspensory

ligament right below the

hock. It was so bad we

had to bring the trailer

to the arena to take her

home.

During the vet examination

it was determined

that she had a large hole

in her suspensory and the

vet felt she would be only

be broodmare sound for

the rest of her life. Well I

was not willing to accept

this, so I took her home

and put her in a paddock

for 6 months, after which we took her back to the hospital

and had her leg scanned. Much to their surprise, they could

not even find the scarred tissue from the tear and gave us

the go ahead to start conditioning her to return to work.

In the spring of 2005, Jenny Breen agreed to ride

and show Aurora for us at Open and Arabian shows (still

schedule issues with trainer) and so a new team was born.

Together they won not only at Arabian Shows but also almost

every Open Show class they entered. We traveled


to Canada for the 2005 Canadian National Show that year

and they earned Aurora’s first National Top Ten Award - at

Training Level. They ended the show year winning USDF

Young Rider Training Level Award and several AHA awards.

In 2006, Jenny became Aurora’s owner and the team

returned to the show ring at First and Second Level, again

winning in Open and Arabian competitions. They were

named USEF Dressage Horse of the Year, and added 4 more

National Top Tens (First and Second Level) and a Reserve

National Championship at First level to Aurora’s list of

awards.

In 2007, this team continued with their success at Second

level winning two Regional Championships and two

Top Fives. Meanwhile, back at home, I lost Aurora’s little

sister to a pasture accident and I asked Jenny if she would

sell Aurora back to me. Aurora’s mother was a very special

horse to me and I really wanted to have one of her daughters.

Jenny agreed to sell Aurora back to me, but would no

longer be her rider.

We then went to Jennette Scanlon of Scanlon Training

and asked her to evaluate Aurora for further advancement

in Dressage. We were happy to learn that Jennette felt she

was in fact talented enough to become an FEI Dressage

horse, so a new team was born.

In 2008, Jennette and Aurora attended the Scottsdale

Arabian Show and were stars just like Aurora had been

with all her other riders. They ended the show with Aurora

winning 4th Level High Score Champion.

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Aurora and Jenette ended the 2008 show year as Sport

Horse Reserve National Champion at 3rd Level and Top Ten

at 4th level.

In 2009, Jennette became pregnant and was unable to

ride, so she enlisted one of her young students, Samantha,

to ride Aurora. This new pair started showing at 3rd level

in June of 2009 and right away were stars. In their first two

shows together they qualified for the 2009 CDS Jr Championship

show at 3rd level. In August of 2009 they attended

the CDS Jr. Championship show and were named CDS Jr.

Championship Reserve Champion 3rd Level.

Things were going so well with this new pair that we

decided to add 4th level to their schedule. Aurora was already

qualified for Nationals in Open, so they just needed

to qualify at the amateur level, which they did at their first

show.

Samantha and Aurora showed at the Region 3 Sport

Horse Championship show in 3rd and 4th level Open and

Amateur and were named 3rd and 4th Level Champions in

Amateur and Reserve Champion 3rd Level Open with a Top

Five in 4th Level Open. They ended the show year as USDF

All Breed Champions in 3rd & 4th Levels. Not bad considering

that this pair was only together for 3 months!

In 2010, Jennette was back to riding Aurora and the

pair started competing at Prix St. Georges in open shows

and doing very well. In July of that year, they added Intermediaire1

to the schedule and again were holding their

own at the open shows.

At the 2010 Sport Horse National Show, Aurora and

Jenette earned a Top Ten in PSG dressage and was just out


of the ribbons for Int.1, but knowing this was a new level

for them, we were not discouraged by her placing. Aurora

did end the year as USDF All Breed Reserve Champion PSG

level and Champion Int.1 level.

In 2011, Jennette added Int. 2 to Aurora’s schedule and

we started attending open shows, where she again held

her own. All was going well when she came down with a

rear leg lameness. After examination it was felt that she

had a bad case of thrush and medical action was taken.

Aurora was taken out of work, hand walked and in a

couple of weeks all was well, so back to work she went. We

started noticing that her angle seemed wrong on her left

front foot and asked about it - the farrier insisted that everything

was fine and not to worry.

About 2 months after we first

noticed the angle change on Aurora’s

left front foot, she was lame.

We were told that it was just stiffness

from her trailer ride to the

show and that she would work out

of it. When she did not get better,

an appointment was made with

the vet. Upon his examination, it

was found that her left front angle

was off so badly that as a result

she had strained or possibly torn

her collateral ligaments within her hoof and she was set

up on a hand walking schedule and stall rest for 3 months.

At the end of 3 months, Aurora was taken back to the

vet and was found to still be at a grade “3” lameness and

at that time the vet said she was probably not going to return

to full soundness. He felt that she may become sound

enough for a junior to ride her at Training Level, but would

not perform at the FEI level again.

Again I was not ready to accept this future for Aurora, so

I brought her home and returned her to the same paddock

she stayed in when she tore her suspensory 7 years earlier.

Aurora was not happy not working but she adjusted to

a life of rest for the most part and enjoyed hanging out

watching the other horses play in their pastures. I kept

Aurora home for 13 months this time and let nature take

it’s course in healing her.

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In October of 2012, we took Aurora to Danielle Casalett

of Casabrook Training to start conditioning her for a return

to work if she was sound. Aurora has been sound since her

first day with Danielle and was so happy to start back to

work. I believe that Aurora is happier with Danielle than

she has been with any other rider and in a short period of

them they have become a beautiful pair.

Danielle has taken Aurora’s return to work very seriously

and all proper precautions are taken for Aurora’s safety.

They spend 4 days per week in the arena and then at least

1 or 2 days out at the lake where they enjoy a trail ride with

one of Danielle’s students. Danielle also takes the time to

take Aurora out to graze grass and they enjoy girly time together.

Aurora loves her girly time!

On March 17, 2013 five months

after returning to work, 18 months

after being told she would not return

to work at the same level she

was at before her injury, and 21

months after her injury, Aurora and

Danielle attended their first show.

They showed at the PSG level and

although they did not win their

class it was a major win for Aurora

as she again proved the vet wrong

and she performed every movement

of the test without difficulty, even obtaining a qualifying

score for SHNs and the Region 3 SH Championship

Show.

All told, Aurora has 22 Regional Top Five or better

awards, 8 SHN Top Ten or better awards, 1 Canadian National

Top Ten award and many USDF All Breed Awards.

She holds a National Top Ten or better and a Regional Top

Five or better in every level of Dressage up to PSG as well

as several Pacific Slopes Awards and High Score Awards.

I will always have faith in this little mare, who was born

at dawn on a brisk May morning in 1998, and was named

Aurora for the Greek goddess of dawn. She is a very special

horse and I am proud to be her breeder and will be proud

to be her guardian for the rest of her life.


Mission Statement

The Arabian Sport Horse Alliance was formed to promote the interests of owners,

breeders, trainers, and exhibitors who are dedicated to developing purebred Arabian,

Anglo-Arabian, Shagya Arabian, and part-bred Arabian sport horses and sport ponies to

their fullest potential as competitive, user-friendly partners in the traditional sport horse

disciplines of dressage, eventing, hunters, jumpers, combined driving, and driven

dressage from suitability classes to the highest performance levels.

The Alliance also supports the development of the emerging discipline of western

dressage and recognizes endurance as sharing the same roots in the cavalry tests as the

traditional sport horse disciplines.

1) To maintain and operate an association of owners, breeders, trainers and other

enthusiasts who desire to promote and support the use of Arabian bred sport horses and

sport ponies in the sport horse disciplines and in sport horse breeding.

2) To work cooperatively with the Arabian Horse Association and its clubs, the North

American Shagya-Arabian Society, the Performance Shagya-Arabian Registry, USEF

affiliate sport horse discipline organizations, sport horse breeding registries, and other

associations on matters of common concern.

3) To provide recognition and incentives for achievements in performance and breeding

of Arabian-bred sport horses and ponies.

4) To support the Arabian sport horse community through education and outreach.


ASHA Hall of Fame: Benefactor

Austine Hearst

Austine McDonnell Hearst (Mrs. William Randolph

Hearst Jr.) was selected as the most recent Arabian

Sport Horse Alliance Hall of Fame: Benefactor Honoree

in recognition of her many faceted contributions to the

Arabian sport horse world over several decades.

Mrs. Hearst bred Arabians that were proven as field

hunters and over fences in the show ring. She also

served the community through her involvement in the

Arabian Sport Horse Association, Inc. an independent

organization which existed from 1986 through 2002.

Another element of her legacy is The Horses of San

Simeon, the book she authored in 1985 about the

various horse breeding programs of the Hearst family at

San Simeon Ranch. The book features a chapter on the

Arabian breeding program and another one detailing

the “Pico Creek Endurance Ride” held at the Hearst

Ranch in August of 1976.

Mrs. Hearst clearly understood form to function and

recognized that the Arabian breed standard is not in

conflict with the functional conformation suitable for

sport horse disciplines. In The Horses of San Simeon

she wrote, “I like calm, kind, sensible

horses, and, of course, I believe

conformation does mean good

performance, A horse can move and

do the job he is asked if he is built

right., The standards established for

Arabian horses perfectly describe a

horse that will be useful for trail

riding, showing, jumping, and

traveling long distances, and yet will

remain sound. I also feel size

matters. All things being

equal, I have found for my

purposes that a good, big

Arabian is preferable to a

good, small one. And so we continue to breed for

disposition, conformation, and size, in that order”.

Amazon of Pico 1971 mare (Amara Baha x Zamiga by *Zamal).

She produced nine foals, including Blitzen of Pico.

Rider is well-known hunter-jumper trainer Nicki McGinnis. (ca. 1979)

© Rob Hess Photo

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[Kat Walden has

graciously

allowed us to

reprint a slightly

updated version

of the following

tribute article

that she wrote in honor of Austine Hearst. The original

version first appeared in the Winter of 1992 ASHAI

Newsletter and details Mrs. Hearst’s involvement in the

Arabian sport horse community.]

With the death of ASHAI Charter member Austine

Hearst in the summer of 1992, an era in Arabian sport

horse history came to a close. She had been a staunch

supporter of the ASHAI from the beginning of the

association, always ready with frequent encouraging

phone calls to President Pamela Turner or unexpected

checks to bolster the foundations of the young

organization. She kept her cancer a secret from nearly

everyone until the end, believing that talking about it

gave it power, so her death was an

unexpected shock.

Austine and her husband, William

Randolph Hearst Jr., were the owners

of a stud of purebred Arabian horses

founded by William Randolph Hearst

Sr. in the 1930’s. The senior Mr.

Hearst sought out the best athletic

stock he could buy in America, and

also sent an expedition to buy

and import a number of horses

for the stud directly from the

Middle East.


Horses bred at the Hearst San Simeon Stables at Pico

Creek, California, won consistently in a wide variety of

performance disciplines. Austine Hearst, however, was

the driving force behind a dozen-years’ succession of

Arabian sport horses, specifically hunters and jumpers.

The first of these was Amazon of of Pico, a 1971, 15.3H

grey mare out of a winning working cow horse, Zamiga

by *Zamal—he was one of the original Hearst imports--

and sired by Amara Baha. Amazon’s talents lay over

fences.

Amazon with Nicki McGinnis

© Dick Thoma

Trained and ridden by Nicki McGinnis, who guided all

the Hearst hunters through their show careers, Amazon

was Champion Jumper seven times in class “A” Arabian

shows. She capped her career with a U.S. Arabian

National Top Ten Jumper title in 1979 before retiring to

raise foals. Her 1987 son Blitzen of Pico (by Pico Haat

Shaat), a stallion with endurance and jumping

credentials, stood in Texas at Di Hopkins-Ryan’s White

Horse Acres, a sport horse facility near Ravenna, Texas.

Suzi Morris of Arieana Arabians in Southern California,

who utilized Hearst lines in her breeding program, said,

“To this day, people here in the Southland still

remember this big, bold, jumping grey mare sailing over

those fences, for she was absolutely breath-taking in

her color, form, and style.”

Polaris of Pico with Nicki McGinnes

© Rob Hess Photo

The second of the Hearst hunters was Polaris Pico. He

was a 1975, 15.1H bay gelding by Bay Maruf out of

Polar Pico by Rahmoun, and he was perhaps the

epitome of Mrs. Hearst’s goals during her tenure as a

breeder. His wins included Region II Champion Hunter,

first in Hunter over Fences at Scottsdale in 1981 and

1981 Canadian National Reserve Champion Hunter over

Fences, which comprised one impressive season at All-

Arabian shows.

It was after he retired from the show ring that Polaris

truly found his calling, however. Mrs. Hearst, who for

many years was a Joint Master of the Golden’s Bridge

Hounds in New York state (the Hearsts’ second home),

took Polaris Pico east to be her personal field hunter.

Mrs, Hearst wrote this of Polaris Pico in The Horses

of San Simeon:

“A super “lepper” (as the Irish call a good, safe

jumper), [Polaris] makes a fine Master’s mount

when he carries me fox-hunting as a Joint-Master

of the Golden’s Bridge Hounds. The only Arabian

in our hunt, he has won the admiration of every

member. Even the dedicated Thoroughbred

owners have praised his steady, careful jumping

and good manners. It gives me special pride to

think he is the fourth generation I have ridden. At

San Simeon I first rode his great-grandfather,

Rahas, then his grandfather, Rahmoun, and his

mother, Polar.“

Although other members of the hunt club were initially

skeptical about

Polaris, the only

Arabian in the Hunt,

he proved to be an

ideal Master’s

mount. He never

bucked, even on the

briskest mornings,

and always

displayed calm good

sense in every

situation, including

having dozens of

foxhounds swirling

around and under

Mrs. Hearst leading the Hunt (on Polaris)

photographer unknown

his feet without kicking or shying. Polaris was also a

strong, careful jumper who kept Mrs. Hearst safe, and

he was fast enough to stay in the thick of the action.

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Back in California, Hosanna Pico, a 1981, 15.2+H bay

mare (Haat Shaat x Bons Anna by Asil Altair), took over

for San Simeon Stables in the show ring. At Scottsdale

in 1985 she was first in Open Jumpers and second in

Working Hunter. The next year she was the Region I

Champion Hunter over Fences. She finished her show

career with multiple U.S. and Canadian National Top

Tens in Hunter over Fences and or Hunter Pleasure (in

that era HP horses still often also jumped instead of

only competing in pleasure classes on the flat). She

earned her IAHA (now AHA) Legion of Honor. Having

proven herself a capable athlete, Hosanna also earned

herself a place in the San Simeon broodmare band

where she produced two foals.

Pico Lena AHR #15729, 1959 mare

(*Zamal x Mounigha by *Mounwer). She produced 10 foals.

Rider is one of Austine and W.R. Hearst Jr.’s sons, possibly Austin

Neither of them—apparently—was interested in the

hunter tradition, although there is a published photo of

one of the sons as a teenager jumping Pico Lina. And so

ended the era of the Hearst Hunters.

Juno Pico jumping cross country

photographer unknown

The 1979, 15.3H chestnut mare Juno Pico was next to

carry on the winning tradition. She earned many

regional honors in Regular Working Hunter and Hunter

over Fences through 1988. She then joined the

broodmare band and produced Glitters Pico by Royal

Gold, who won in Working Hunter and Training Level

dressage, also placing Top Five in Region I Hunter

Pleasure in 1991. Glitters schooled cross country

courses, although the author has not been able to

confirm that she ever competed in eventing. Glitters

Pico did not produce any offspring.

In 1992, the 1986 chestnut mare, Pico Lenah (Abu

Malacar X Pico Rosalina) was an AHA National Top Ten

Jumper and earned AHA Regional Championships in

both Working Hunter and Jumpers.

Fortunately, the lineages of the Hearst Hunters

have not disappeared completely. The stallion

Blitzen of Pico (1987 -2013) sired offspring that are

still of breeding age including the 2002 chestnut

stallion, Haat Pursuit (out of Gleeful Pico). Perhaps

contemporary Arabian sport horse breeders will

rediscover the value of these lines to produce

good minded athletes well suited for carrying

riders over fences with scope and style.

The Arabian Sport Horse Alliance, Inc. is pleased to

honor the memory of Austine Hearst’s dedication

to breeding, riding, and promoting Arabians as

sport horses. Her legacy epitomizes the passion,

integrity, and commitment that can inspire others

to seek to excel in their Arabian sport horse

breeding programs, in competition, and in

supporting the community via both service and

sponsorship.

I believe that several of the Hearst horses also won at

open, all-breed shows, but I have not been able to

obtain details of those wins.

The Hearst sons, who inherited the horses after their

father died just a few years following Austine,

continued to breed in a limited way for some years.

Treat every day with the same zest and enthusiasm.

George Morris

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ASHA Hall of Fame Honoree

Tamarillo

The story of Tamarillo starts way back in the 1930s,

when Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Guinness of Biddesden House in

Hampshire purchased two Crabbet mares from Lady Wentworth.

These two mares were the foundation of a purebred

program, but soon a few Thoroughbred mares were also

utilized to produce Anglo Arabians.

Today, Hon. Finn and Mary Guinness and their family

oversee the breeding at Biddesden Stud, with descendants

of the two original mares still residing there. With their

interest in eventing, and their decision to breed their Arabian

mare Darya (Nari x Durr El Zaman) to the Thoroughbred

Master Spiritus, a winning flat and jump race horse, a

legacy was set in motion.

This cross produced Mellita, whom Mary loved and often

foxhunted, calling her the best horse she ever rode.

Mellita was later evented up to Intermediate successfully.

In 1977, the Janow-bred Anglo Arabian stallion Tarnik

Tamarillo was shown successfully as a young horse,

winning the part bred championship at the National Arabian

Show as a 3-year-old. He started eventing and was

sent to Olympian William Fox-Pitt in 1999. Together, they

made history, ultimately going on representing Britain in

international competition. Their achievements include:

(Walezjusz x Tarnina) came to the Guinness’ attention.

Tarnik had come

2000

to the UK, winning

the part-bred stallion

class and the

Blarney CCI** - 1st

Gatcombe Park BCI - 1st

Blenheim Horse Trials

reserve part-bred

CCI*** - 2nd

championship at

2002

Ascot. That same

Badminton Horse Trials

year, Tarnik won

CCI**** - 2nd

the AHS Marathon

World Equestrian

in record time, just

ahead of Finn, who

was duly impressed

after spending so

much time admiring

Games (Jerez) CH**** -

14th and Team Bronze

medal

2004

Badminton Horse Trials

his back end. The Guinness family arranged with his

owners to take Tarnik on loan for several years, where he

impacted their breeding program indelibly. Most notably,

he was bred to Mellita, producing Tamarillo in 1992.

CCI**** - 1st

Athens Olympics CH**** - Team Silver

2005

Badminton Horse Trials CCI**** - 2nd

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FEI Blenheim European Eventing Championships CH***

Individual Silver & Team Gold Medals

2006

World Equestrian Games (Aachen) CH**** - 15th and

Team Silver medal

2008

Burghley Horse Trials CCI**** - 1st

At the Athens Olympics, well on their way to a gold

medal, Tamarillo chipped a stifle during a foot perfect

cross-country round, and was withdrawn. The popular

gelding was retired in 2011 at Badminton and even spent

time at Fox-Pitt’s yard helping train the next generation of

riders.

During an interview

with Finn Guinness

he was asked

what made Tamarillo

so good. He replied,

“Watching his lateral

movement, he found

crossing his hind leg

very easy which a lot

of thoroughbreds

find difficult to do,

and he turned out to

be a very good cross

country horse. It may be that of course he did have a very

good rider. It is so surprising that he was so brave because

he was so very spooky and it doesn’t seem to be the same

thing as being cowardly! I do remember William riding him

right up to the crowd around the dressage ring trying to get

him do his spook before he went in, but he did gradually

get better.

“It was so surprising to see a horse do that and then go

out and do these enormous jumps cross country. Funnily

enough, watching him go round Badminton he would gallop

round with his ears pricked and I asked William about

that later, and he told me he thought it was because he

found it so easy; for most horses it’s very hard, those are

very big fences and when they’re under extreme exertion

they don’t put their ears forward, so maybe that’s what it

was: he just was a very athletic horse and brave, and so it

just seemed to be very easy for him.”

He was loved just as much for his looks and personality

as his exceptional athletic abilities. “He’s exceptionally

beautiful, and he has a real intelligence,” says Lucy Higginson,

editor of Horse and Hound magazine. “You needed an

absolutely world-class rider to bring the best out of him –

he was an exciting horse to watch because you never quite

knew if he was going to bubble over. He was a complicated

hero.”

The Guinnesses certainly regretted gelding the superstar

before his talents were apparent, and with his dam

having died prematurely

in a pasture accident,

they couldn’t repeat the

cross. So they set out to

accomplish the one possible

method of preserving

his genetics – producing

a clone. In June,

2013, this project was

successful with the birth

of Tomatillo.

In the July of 2015,

Tamarillo was laid to rest

at the age of 23, leaving

his clone to carry on his legacy. In William’s words, “He

had an incredible presence, he was one in a million and I

feel very lucky to have partnered him for all those special

years.”

Tomatillo is in training under the watchful eye of Fox-

Pitt, and will begin competing soon. His oldest progeny are

coming two this year and are showing great promise. He is

available at stud at Biddesden.

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2018 Studbook Inspections

American Hanoverian Society

7/14/2018

Christiane Noelting Dressage Center, Vacaville,CA

Oldenburg Registry North America and International

Sporthorse Registry

9/16/2018

Centaur Farm, Cocoa, FL

© Tamara with the Camera Photo provided by Bevin Allison

Wincredible GOA

(Wild Dance X Caraechstrodinair (ox))

2018 Hanoverian Colt (Half-Arabian)

Owned & Bred by Tamara Torti & Denise Cossuto of

Golden Oaks Arabians & Warmbloods

AAH Miracle

(Opus One+ X RAS Haziba)

2005 Arabian Mare

Owned by Bevin Allison

Approved Main Mare Book

Oldenburg Registry North America and International

Sporthorse Registry

8/11/2018

Hilltop Farm, Colora, MD

Oldenburg Registry North America and International

Sporthorse Registry

9/16/2018

Centaur Farm, Cocoa, FL

© Jennifer MacNeill Photography Photo provided by Bevin Allison

Finneas RZ

(Finery X Desired Millicent (ox))

2018 Oldenburg-NA colt (Half-Arabian)

Bred by Angela White of Roze Arabians, Ltd.

Awarded Premium & Site Champion Colt

AP Beauregard

(Don Demarco X AAH Miracle (ox))

2018 Oldenburg-NA colt (Half-Arabian)

Owned & Bred by Bevin Allison

Awarded Premium & Site Champion Colt

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Oldenburg Registry North America and International

Sporthorse Registry

9/23/2018

Windswept Farms in Petersham, MA

American Hanoverian Society

10/07/2018

Eurequine at the Woodland Stallion Station, Woodland, CA

© Dawn Jones-Low © Tamara with the Camera

FCF Oberons Vanity

(AF Vanitys Repeat X BruMarBa Callisto))

2006 Arabian Stallion

Owned & Bred by Dawn Jones-Low of Faerie Court Farm

Lifetime Approval

Wild Ivy GOA

(Wild Dance X Caraechstrodinair (ox))

2016 Hanoverian Filly (Half-Arabian)

Owned & Bred by Tamara Torti & Denise Cossuto

of Golden Oaks Arabians & Warmbloods

AHS 2 yr.old Futurity Site Champion & 5th in the Nation

American Hanoverian Society

10/07/2018

Eurequine at the Woodland Stallion Station, Woodland, CA

Sport Registry Inspections are held to evaluate mares and

stallions for breeding approval according to each registry’s rules

& standards. Inspections provide a standardized assessment of

conformation, movement, interior qualities, and performance

potential.

Arabians, Anglo-Arabians, and Shagya-Arabians are eligible to

be presented to many Warmblood or Sport Pony Studbooks for

breeding approval to produce Warmbloods or sport ponies.

Mares are scored, and if approved, are recorded in the breeding

book (for instance “Main Mare BooK” or “Auxiliary Book”) that

corresponds with their score, pedigree requirements, and any

performance criteria.

© Tamara with the Camera

DC Reata

(Tsea Haziz Magick X DC Farah Fasaar)

2007 Arabian Mare

Owned by Keila Golden

Approved Main Mare Book

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Stallions must meet stringent performance requirements for

lifetime approval -typically either upper level achievement in

competition or high scores in a special stallion performance test

format

Some registries inspect foals as part of the registration process.

Foal inspections often include a “grading” like “Premium” or

“Elite”. Site champions may be named.

Shagya-Arabians utilize an inspection and approval process to

ensure that breeding stock meets high standards of

conformation and sport performance ability just as the

Warmbloods do.


Profiles of Arabian-bred Eventing Horses

Arabian-bred horses (and ponies) have long

served as excellent partners in the sport of

eventing at all levels from US Pony Club

partners to trusted amateur mounts to elite

competition horses. Those of us who are fans

of Arabian-bred horses recognize that their

agility, grace, and stamina contribute to their

physical ability as eventing horses while the

deep bond they offer their riders is responsible

for their reputation for taking care of their

riders and for their gameness to give their all.

In recent years there have been several elite

level Arabian-bred eventers--particularly

among Anglo-Arabians. (Check out the full

article on Tamarillo elsewhere in this

publication!)

The Arabian Sport Horse Alliance, Inc. asked

people to share stories of their Arabian-bred

eventing horses. We hope you enjoy reading

about these wonderful Arabian-bred event

horses and ponies as described by their

owners. Thank you to all the eventers who

shares these profiles of their Arabian-bred

partners.

Starsearch SMA (Sparky)

(Starbounde+/ X Inca Magic)

1988 bay Arabian gelding

Highest Eventing Level: Preliminary

Status: Retired

Owner/Rider: Jane Mendelsohn

© Entice Design/Cass Ingles

Lauren Keiffer and Vermiculus at Fair Hill CCI3* in 2018

I met Sparky when he was an unbroken 4

year-old at Sierra Moun Arabians in Martinez,

CA. Shortly after starting him I thought he had

what it took to be a great event horse. He had

huge gaits for his size of just barely 15 hands,

and he did everything exuberantly! His first

few events he competed at Novice and

impressed everyone with his huge leaps into

the water.

In 2010 Lauren Kieffer debuted at the 4* level

on her Anglo-Arabian gelding, Snooze Alarm,

and now is competing successfully at the 4*

level with his full brother, Vermiculus. In an

interview with Eventing Nation, Lauren shared

this about Arabian-bred horses, “So many

people in the US overlook the Arab type horses,

but they have a lot to offer as eventers. They

have a lot of endurance, they are super smart,

and most are lovely movers. In Europe, the Arab

cross has really done well.”

When he was six

years old, Sparky

colicked from an

entrolyth and required

surgery. I acquired

him at this time via

paying for his surgery.

The colic surgery set

his training back about

6-8 months, but he

recovered beautifully. Over the next few years

© Shannon Brinkman Photography

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we worked our way up the levels and competed

at our first few Preliminary events in CA.

Notabley with one exception, we finished on our

dressage score plus a few time penalties.

© Kat Walden

After moving to FL in

2000 Sparky really

found his groove at the

Preliminary level. We

started to make time

on Cross Country by

being efficient and by

taking the fast route at

combinations with

options. He was also

more competitive in the dressage phase. A

highlight was finishing 1st after dressage at the

prestigious Red Hills Event with over 60 entries

and top horses from all over!

In 2002 Sparky started winning at top events

in the Southeast at Preliminary such as

Basingstoke, Pinetop, Poplar Place, and Flat

Creek. In 2001 he placed 3rd overall in the Area

III Preliminary standings and was Reserve

Champion in 2002.

Sparky showed consistency and resilience in

a tough sport for many years and at 31 years

old is still rideable and teaching a few young

girls dressage.

Sparky at 30 years old

photo courtesy of Jane Mendelsohn

TF Kilimanjaro (Killer)

(Botswana X Redds Rockette)

2003 Bay Arabian Gelding

Highest Eventing Level: Beginner Novice

Status: Currently competing

Ride/Owner: Samantha Paschal

My parents bought my Egyptian-Related

Arabian, TF Kilimanjaro, Killer, for me when I

was thirteen years old and he was five. He

was purchased as a hunter pleasure prospect,

but when we started jumping small cross rails

as an exercise

we figured out

he loved

jumping. We

started

competing in

the sport

horse arena

as a working

hunter.

Nine years after we began our partnership we

started our eventing career. Killer has always

been a brave little horse; our first time out

eventing was no exception. Our first time

schooling cross country was in October 2018.

He jumped everything I pointed him at with no

hesitation and always saved us if I couldn’t

see a distance. We had an amazing first cross

country schooling together, receiving lots of

compliments about his bravery.

We competed in our first horse trial at

beginner novice a few weeks later. We finished

our dressage phase with a penalty score of

30.6 and finished with only time faults on our

cross country course.

photo courtesy of Samantha Paschal

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photo courtesy of Samantha Paschal

I plan on

continuing

my eventing

career with

Killer and am

extremely

excited to see

where we go

from here.

Having such

an amazing horse as my partner through this

journey and as my partner through my riding

career is the best thing I could have ever

asked for.

Stattok

(AAF Solitaire X Z F Desiree)

2002 chestnut Arabian gelding

Highest Eventing Level: Preliminary

Status: Retired (temporary)

Owner/Rider: Helen Donnell

When I met

Stattok, he was

a wild, uncut,

barely handled

5 year-old. If he

had grown to

his breeder's

expectations, I

would never

© David Mullinex Photography

have been able to

afford him, but because he's 14 hands on his

tippy toes, he came to live with me.

Because of his scope, we skipped directly from

Beginner Novice to Training, and in one Florida

season qualified for the Classic Training Three

Day Event, where we finished fifth. The

following year we made two starts at

Preliminary, where the jumps were almost as

big as Stat.

When my health forced me out of competition,

Stat served as a schoolmaster for a 12 year-old

boy, taking him from Beginner Novice to

Training in a year, and earning him an

invitation to train with Buck Davidson.

Due to his rider’s health issues, Stat has

been temporarily out of competition, but

we are planning a comeback in 2019.

© Xpress Photo

Right away he showed a talent for jumping

(starting with the four foot paddock gate). In an

early training session with Jennifer Holling she

described his form as, "Wrapping his little Arab

ankles around his little Arab ears."

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Call My Agent (Blue)

(Supreme Infiniti (ox) X Halstead's Julieut)

2000 gray Arabian x Hackney gelding

Highest Eventing Level: Novice

Status: Currently competing

Ride/Owner: Sara Watkiss

I was 13 years old when I got Call My Agent,

aka Blue. We bought Blue

as a Park/English pleasure

horse. As a junior rider, I

showed him at Arabian

shows in Park, English

Pleasure, Native Costume,

Show Hack, and later in

Country English Pleasure.

For fun I also showed him

in Sport Horse In-Hand. In

2014 we went to the

Canadian National Arabian & Half-Arabian

Championship Show and earned three Top

Tens in Show Hack and Sport Horse In-Hand.

In 2015 I graduated from high school and

headed off to college at the University of

Alabama. The summer before college my

trainer and I decided to bump Blue down to

Hunter Pleasure since I was bringing him to

college with me. We even hopped him over a few

fences just for fun.

community, and this was the only way

possible. This ignited a fire in me that I did not

know I had! I immersed myself in all aspects of

eventing --learning who the big name trainers

were, the rules, how things worked. I bought all

the gear and my former Park horse and I

learned to event from the ground up.

In my senior year of

photo courtesy of Sara Watkiss

college, Blue has

developed into one hell

of an event horse. We

have competed up to

novice and have

schooled some training!

I am so proud of the

brave event horse that

Blue has become. I think

the mental challenge that eventing proved to be

for both of us was the best cross training ever.

We still show Hunter Pleasure on the Arabian

circuit and have had a fairy tale season. His

ability to transition from the rail classes at

Arabian shows to a cross country beast never

ceases to amaze me. He has come a long way

in a short 3 years of being an event horse, and

I am incredibly proud of him. He truly is a

testament to the versatility of the Arabian-bred

sport horse.

While at college I

learned very quickly

that everyone either

did hunters, jumpers,

dressage or eventing.

Blue had already

proven to be versatile,

so I decided to start

eventing him. It was a

total “anything you can do, I can do better”

moment. I wanted to be involved in the horse

© Jon McCarthy

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© Lillian Szipocs Colvin

Baltic Nomad

(PRI Asali Halim (ox) X L.A. Baltic Sunflower)

2005 chestnut Arabian x SWB gelding

Highest Eventing Level: Novice

Status: Retired

Owner/Rider: Lucy Colvin

Baltic Nomad is a 14 year-old Straight

Egyptian Arabian and Swedish Warmblood

cross. He was a great partner for his junior

rider with many achievements including

earning Reserve Champion in the Eastern

States Dressage and Combined Training Junior

Novice in 2016.

He and his

rider were also

named Series

Champions for

the Level 1/2

Jumpers in the

USHJA Sussex

County Benefit

Series in 2016.

Elated MSF

(*Elaborat X Milosca)

1986 gray Arabian gelding

Highest Eventing Level: Novice

Status: Retired

Owner/Rider: Gilker Family

Kathy Gilker purchased Elated MSF as a colt

when he was just a few weeks old, and he

came home to her

farm after weaning.

Elated is considered

pure Polish *Elaborat

(By Comet) x Milosca

(By *Gdansk+/).

Elated came with

Kathy from Texas as

a yearling to Georgia

with her other

Arabians and Half

Arabians in 1987.

© Jessica Ann Designs

Baltic Nomad is extremely sweet and kind

hearted --and one of the goofiest horses you will

ever meet! He was retired at the end of 2016

after being diagnosed with spinal stenosis, and

is now kept comfortable happily eating in a field

under the watchful gaze of his loving owners.

Kathy raised, trained and showed Elated in

everything from Sidesaddle, Dressage Western

Trail, Show Hack, Country English Pleasure,

Competitive Trail & more as a stallion. Often

Elated would show in 2nd Level Dressage,

Western Trail, Sidesaddle, and English Show

Hack all in the same show. Kathy and Elated

competed in local open shows against all

breeds.

© Lillian Szipocs Colvin

At age 13, Elated was gelded so Kathy’s

daughters Jessica and Megan (10 years old)

could enjoy and learn from him. They first

showed him in Walk Trot, Walk Trot Canter

classes and cross rail classes.

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photo courtesy Gilker family

photo courtesy of the Gilker family

Jessica began

riding Elated in the

Atlanta Pony Club.

Elated and Jessica

had an absolutely

wonderful time

participating in

numerous rallies,

events, clinics,

Junior Fox hunts,

and shows together

through the Atlanta Pony Club. Jessica rode

her first cross country courses and dressage

tests with Elated.

Elated and Jessica competed in both breed

and open competitions from 1998 - 2006.

Elated's sparky personality, athletic ability,

intelligence, and willingness to work is one in

a million. Every eventer or dressage trainer

that met Elated really admired him and

praised him

for his

athleticism

and his

willingness to

try

everything.

Jessica also

received her

D Pony Club

rating on

Elated.

The bay pony with Elated in this photo taken

at a fox hunting outing is JAG Lady Pegasus,

a Half Arabian pony (aka “Peggy”).

Elated helped "raise" numerous babies

throughout the years. We always wanted his

amazing personality to rub off on them!

Elated's last show was when he was in 2007

in Dressage with Kathy Gilker and he retired

100% sound and happy. He could not have

been a more willing partner for the entire

Gilker family and has enjoyed a well-earned

retirement since then, with an occasional

bareback ride or trail ride around the farm.

He’s still extremely heathy (just old man

teeth), and he still gallops around our hills on

brisk days with his pasture mate!

Pelear Por Oro

(Unknown X Merimba (ox))

2009 gray Arabian-cross gelding

Highest Eventing Level: Novice

Status: Currently competing

Owner/Rider: Brooke Webb

Pelear was given to me by a lovely couple

when I was 14, he was just only 4. I was later

told Pelear was a rescue whose dam was

brought to the rescue after being confiscated

from animal control. Pelear was born at the

rescue not long after they arrived. He was

born with dummy foal syndrome and spent

his first two weeks in an equine hospital.

Pelear pulled through, which is how he got his

name. Pelear means to fight in Spanish, the

rescue thought he earned this name when he

fought for his life to overcome this awful

syndrome.

© Liz Crawley

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Pelear was such a cute foal that he was

babied until he was spoiled rotten. He

developed a reputation for being dangerous

and trying to hurt anyone in his path.

However, the minute we laid eyes on each

other, we were both changed forever. Pelear

was my saving grace, from the moment I sat

on him I became

a better rider and

overall person. I

had been told

Arabians will

bond tightly with

a single person

and will do

everything

they can for

that person.

© Liz Crawley

Virginia Horse Trials. Pelear was selected to be

the horse in the opening ceremony -- amidst

all the team riders and the school flags. To top

it off, our team earned 3 rd place in the

Championships!

Later in the 2018 season we placed 4 th in the

Beginner Novice Division at the

USEA Area III Championship. I

never dreamed of the things I

have accomplished because of

Pelear. He reminds me every

day of why I strive so hard to

be the best I can be -- just as

he has done for me over the

years.

Pelear turned ten in March 2019, and I can’t

thank my lucky stars enough to have him in

my life. He is competing beginner novice and

novice with top placings across the board. He

never ceases to amaze me. He has brought me

many opportunities and has put me in tears

every step of the way.

In 2017 we competed in the Beginner Novice

Amateur Division at the American Eventing

Championships. In 2018 we were part of the

team representing USC Aiken at the

Intercollegiate Championships hosted at the

Under the Mistletoe (Misty)

Registered as Hanna Winnis

(The Ultimate Fancy X Tri Star Nokomis (ox))

2009 gray Paint x Arabian mare

Highest Eventing Level: Novice

Status: Currently competing

Owner/Rider: Erin Phelps

photo provided by Brooke Webb

Misty is a Paint and Arabian cross. I got

© GRC Photo LLC

her as a surprise for Christmas about 4 years

ago when she only had 90 days under

saddle... so everything she knows is because

of my training with her.

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About a year after we got her, she suffered a

serious injury in the pasture. I was devastated

because I wasn’t sure if I was ever going to be

able to ride her again. Every day for 6 months I

went to the barn, cleaned her wound, and

hand-grazed her in the pasture. I’ll never forget

the day I was finally able to ride her again.

Although we lost a year of riding time, the bond

that Misty and I have is stronger because of the

time I spent helping her recover from the injury.

Sir Windsor

2006 bay Arabian x Clydesdale gelding

Highest Eventing Level: Preliminary

Status: Currently competing

Owner/Rider: Laura Del Ponte

Sir Windsor is an Arabian/ Clydesdale cross.

When I got him 4 years ago, neither of us had

any Eventing experience. Since we have been

together, we have successfully competed up to

the Preliminary level and I hope to move him up

to Intermediate soon.

© Christine Speicher

I started jumping her a little over a year ago

and now we are starting to compete in Novice

level events. I also took her to the Tryon

International Equestrian Center for the US

Pony Club Championships this past summer

for show jumping, and I am going to try to

qualify to go for eventing next year.

I’m so thankful to have this horse in my life

and I have no words to describe how much she

means to me. She taught me how to be

responsible, patient, and how to work hard for

something I care about. I plan on taking her to

college with me next year at The University of

Findlay where we will compete on the varsity

eventing team. Not only is Misty a one of a kind

horse, but she’s my best friend and I can’t wait

to see how far we will go in the years to come.

His Arabian

breeding has

definitely

helped him

become such a

fantastic

athlete. I have

never met a

horse better

built for cross

country than

he is.

The combination of his intelligence, quick

footedness, carefulness, and boldness make

him the ideal cross country and show jumping

horse. The loyalty that he shows and how much

he tries for me has given me a relationship with

a horse stronger than any other relationship I

have known.

© Milton Findley

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photo by Linda Del Ponte

later I saw an ad posted for the same mare on

Facebook but this time something about her

expression caught my attention. I called her

owner and was told the only way she would sell

her was if I took her on a two week trial as she

was “tricky” and she wanted to make sure it

was the right fit. Before the two weeks were up

I had fallen head over heels for my “tricky” girl

and entered her in her first horse trial.

I have never come across a situation with Sir

Windsor where he has not tried his absolute

hardest to do what I was asking, and you

cannot train that. He has a huge heart- along

with a huge piece of mine.

© GRC Photo LLC

CC Little Black Dress (Harper)

2010 black Arabian-bred mare

Highest Eventing Level: Novice

Status: Currently competing

Owner/Rider: Courtney Calnan

Sometimes the perfect match is the one you

weren’t looking for. When CC Little Black

Dress came into my life, she was the opposite

of what I wanted. I had just sold a green OTTB

gelding and was not looking for anything green,

small, mare, and certainly not an Arabian.

Through a perfect series of events, the lady who

owned Harper at the time observed me catching

riding a tricky pony mare at an event at the

Kentucky Horse Park. She came up to me after

and declared that she had my perfect match in

her barn, that match was a 15.1hh, “extremely

quirky” Arabian cross mare who had never

been to a show. She showed me a video, and I

said thanks but no thanks. A couple of weeks

I was told when I purchased her that she had

been a rescue and through the powers of

Facebook I was contacted by the lady who

adopted her from the rescue. I was able to get

details about her surrender to the Arabian

Rescue Mission in the summer of 2012 and the

events that followed.

I am very proud of the ambassador that she

has become for Arabians and rescue horses.

She is extremely personable and gets noticed

everywhere we go. She is the first horse to

come to you in the field or stick her head out of

her stall. After a jump round or a dressage test

she heads for the first person on the ground she

sees, as if to ask “did I do a good job?” She

absolutely loves “hugs” and is always a favorite

of anyone who meets her. We compete

regularly at the Kentucky Horse Park and all

over USEA Areas 3 and 8. We are fortunate to

train with Five Star Eventer Lillian Heard and

Grand Prix Dressage rider Linda Strine.

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CC Little Black Dress is qualified for the

American Eventing Championships and will be

making her 3rd level debut in 2019.

The Arabian Sport Horse Alliance, Inc. has

several award programs that include

recognition of success in eventing.

Highlight Awards are high point awards

presented to the top Arabian-bred at

finals or championship competitions.

TOP Awards are high point awards

presented to the top Arabian-bred at

competitions.

© JJ Sillman

She may not have been what I was looking

for but she is exactly what I needed. She has

given me a renewed confidence in myself and

my riding. My very first pony 24 years ago was

a black Arabian/Welsh mare and having

Harper feels like coming home.

ASHA Year End Awards is an annual

high point program for ASHA member

horses in a variety of sport discipline

categories.

ASHA Milestone Awards are an

extension of the Year End Awards

recognizing dedication and achievement

over multiple seasons.

To find out more contact us at

mailto:info@arabiansporthorsealliance.or

Eventing Levels according to jump heights:

Beginner Novice: Jump Height: 2'7" --Introductory level for green horses and riders who are well

schooled and ready to test their skills at rated events

Novice: Jump Height: 2'11” -- For horses and riders ready to move up from BN or starting in

eventing with experience in related disciplines

Training: Jump Height: 3'3” -- For horses and riders demonstrating a degree of confidence and

proficiency

Modified: Jump Height: 3'5” -- A bridge level to help prepare horses and riders for the higher

demands of Preliminary

Preliminary: Jump Height: 3'7" -- Requires significant proficiency in all three phases

Intermediate: Jump Height: 3'9 -- A further test of a moderately high level

Advanced: Jump Height: 3'11" -- the highest national level -- horses and riders are tested at an

extremely high level of difficulty.

For more details visit: http://www.discovereventing.com/compete

and https://useventing.com/news-media/news/what-the-the-new-fei-star-system-explained

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Successfully managing and growing a volunteer-run member-based

organization depends on the support from members and from

partners in the wider community.

The Arabian Sport Horse Alliance Board of Directors is incredibly

grateful to everyone who has so generously contributed time, effort,

resources, and enthusiasm to help the Arabian Sport Horse Alliance,

Inc. with programs and activities and with outreach to celebrate and

promote Arabian-bred sport horses and ponies.

Highlight Award Sponsors:

Angelique Anthony

Bluestocking Farm

Golden Essence ++++//

Jennifer Hamilton

Jodi Tuft

Nicole Chappell

Patricia Jackson

Susanne Lanini

Tracy Pierce

SHN Full Page Group Ad sponsors:









Angelique Anthony

Bonn-Fyre Farms

Darsie Bell

Faerie Court Farm

Mystic Ranch Arabians

Roze Arabians

Shayna Dolinger/Showbiz Farm

Beth Thomas/Stone Hollow Sport Horses

Thank you for your service to outgoing Directors:



Linda Rudolphi

Katherine Voyer

Special thanks to immediate Past President, Tamara Torti

for your dedication and leadership.

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Award Donors:

Anonymous Donor (Year End Tote Bags)

Faerie Court Farm (Honoree Awards)

Yearbook Content Contributions and Production Support:

Administrative Support:

Writing and content compilation: Sari Bolnik, Kat Walden, Peggy Ingles, Tamara

Torti, & Dawn Jones-Low

Editing, proofing, photo sourcing, layout, and other production support: Farm

Members (Stallion and Farm pages), Peggy Ingles, Kat Walden, and Dawn Jones-Low

Member content submissions: countless wonderful Arabian Sport Horse Alliance

members

Special Experience Stories

♦ Tracy Pierce (Elijas Trubador MGF +++//)

♦ Patty Jackson (Aul Saba+//)

♦ Nicole Rowley (Midknight Orkid++/)

Arabian-bred Eventing Horse Profiles:

♦ Jane Mendelsohn (Starsearch SMA)

♦ Samantha Paschal (TF Kilimanjaro)

♦ Helen Donnell (Stattock)

♦ Sara Watkiss (Call My Agent)

♦ Lucy Colvin (Baltic Nomad)

♦ Gilker Family (Elated MSF & JAG Lady Pegasus)

♦ Brooke Webb (Pelear Por Oro)

♦ Erin Phelps (Under the Mistletoe)

♦ Laura Del Ponte (Sir Windsor)

♦ Courtney Calnan (CC Little Black Dress)

Webmaster – Cass Ingles

Database Administrator – Thom Jones-Low

Facebook Administrators – Shayna Dolinger, Dawn Jones-Low, Beth Thomas, & Tamara Torti

Highlight & TOP Awards Coordinator – Tamara Torti

Year End & Milestone Awards Coordinator – Dawn Jones-Low

Custom Award creations:

Crown Awards (Year End Medals)

Dell Awards (Milestone Plaques)

Hodges Badges (Ribbons)

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Congratulations to our new BOD!

2019-2020 Officers: President Dawn Jones-Low, Vice President Peggy Ingles,

Secretary Kristi Herbst, & Treasurer: Sue Schultz

2019-2020 Directors: Chris Donovan, Mary Anne Morrison, Tamara Torti, & Ashlie Yancy

2018-2019 Directors: Shayna Dolinger & Beth Thomas

We’ve expanded our Year End Awards program to include the

growing discipline of Working Equitation and we have added a

High Score Award program to the Western Dressage divisions to

give awards for the high score horse at each level of Western

Dressage.

We’ve long offered High Score Awards in the Year End program

for traditional Dressage. Western Dressage has developed

consistency in scoring to support offering High Score Awards in

that division too.

Kalaloch+, Arabian competing in Working Equitation

The Dressage (All Breed) Division in the Year End Award Program

© Jessica Wisdom

had sufficient participation in 2018 that we were able to offer

separate awards for the horses competing at the FEI levels. We hope that we are able to do so again in 2019!

Starting in 2019 the Arabian Sport Horse Alliance, Inc. is sponsoring a perpetual trophy at the National

Dressage Pony Cup Finals for the Arabian-bred small horse or pony with the highest single score

(with NDPC degree of difficulty points added) over both days will receive this award.

Freestyle scores are not included. Arabian-bred is defined at an Arabian, Anglo-Arabian,

Shagya-Arabian, or part-bred in any registry with at least one grandparent that is one of

those three breeds. Papers must be submitted. (This award is in addition to the

Arabian/Half-Arabian Award that we have sponsored since 2015.)

To honor the memory of charter member Angelique Anthony, Arabian

Sport Horse Alliance Lifetime Achievement Honoree, and long time supporter of the Arabian sport horse

community, the Alliance is sponsoring prize money and special award items for the Open Jumper Stake

Championship class at AHA Sport Horse Nationals. We are grateful to all who have donated so far to support

this award. (We anticipate prize money of $1000!) At the time of publication the list of sponsors includes:

‣ Jim Porcher

‣ Karen Ernst

‣ Faerie Court Farm

‣ Angela White

‣ Shayna Dolinger

‣ Anjanette Williby

‣ Maryjo Hoepner

‣ Laura Brumsey

‣ Beth Thomas

‣ Peggy Ingles

To contribute toward sponsoring this award contact us at

info@arabiansporthorsealliance.org

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We are seeking to expand our Highlight and TOP awards to more competitions. Highlight Awards are for the

highest scoring or highest placing Arabian-bred horse for Series Finals or Championship all-breed

competitions while TOP awards are for the highest scoring or highest placing Arabian-bred horse at local

competitions.

The goal of the Highlight and TOP awards is to spotlight that

Arabian-bred horses and ponies are successful in all-breed sport

horse competitions. We require the support and assistance of

members of the community to help us find competitions where we

can offer these awards. If you know of any eventing, combined

driving, driven dressage, hunter & jumper, western dressage,

dressage, or working equitation competitions that may be willing

to include awards for Arabian-bred horses or ponies at their venue

please contact us at info@arabiansporthorsealliance.org

© JJ Sillman

We are working with our webmaster to be able to post our farm member’s Arabian-bred stallion pages online

in the same kind of format as the farm gallery pages. This will give us an additional venue to help promote

Arabian-bred sport horse stallions. Farm and Stallion pages online and in the yearbook are a benefit for all

Arabian Sport Horse Alliance Farm Members. The Farm Gallery has been part of our website since the

Alliance was launched. We have always published the stallion information in our yearbooks, but this will

allow us to add new stallions throughout the year as new farm members join.

The Arabian Sport Horse Alliance is a small volunteer run organization. We are blessed with an enthusiastic

membership base who are integral to helping the organization to implement our programs and activities and

to make suggestions to strengthen and expand our efforts.

We need skilled assistance for creating content and/or editing

parts our Yearbook.

If you have suggestions for the Arabian Sport Horse Alliance Board of

Directors to consider, or if you are interested in contributing to one or

more of the organization’s needs, please contact us at

info@arabiansporthorsealliance.org

We need responsible people to represent the Alliance at some of

the shows where we are giving out Highlight Awards or TOP Awards.

We are seeking help locating more open sport horse discipline

competitions at which to offer Arabian-bred recognition awards.

The more contributions we receive for sponsoring Arabian-bred

recognition awards, the more competitions we can include in the

recognition award

program

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Raize The Bar++++// Cheryl Lane-Caron

© Nat Douglas

GA Eastwood+ Caitlyn Saranchak

© Conklin

Millenniums Treasure MaryJo Hoepner

© Kathleen Bryan

Tykus Maximus Isabella Vaca

© Debbie Wiegman

Obrigado BV Bella Via LLC

© Don Stine

Paloma SF+ Elizabeth Jensen

© Don Stine

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Twilight Solstice Rune Stone Ranch

© Hannah Draughan Photography

FCF Thors Valor Faerie Court Farm

© Dawn Jones-Low

Misfit Toi+ Manda Morris

© John Nowell

ES Gamal+++// Nicole Rowley

photo provided by Nicole Rowley

BC Sadiki Julia Becker

photo provided by Julia Becker

Aelfleah Falchion Tamara Woodcock

© Digital Express Photography

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Velvet Raine++++// Kim Stone

photo provided by Kim Stone

French Rivi Aira GOA Golden Oak Arabians and Warmbloods

© Tamara with the Camera

Sabastian’s Magique Natalie DeFee Mendik

photo provided by Natalie DeFee Mendik

H. WineGlass Syrah Olivia Rudolphi

© Kristen Warning

Time of the Essence Graycie McLaughlin

© Bob Conklin

FR Hercules++++// Beth Thomas

photo provided by Caitlyn Saranchak

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Furstafire++++// Sharon Sexton

© Suzanne Sturgill

OKW Rainier Joan Collins-Corey

© Don Stine

Rodeo Drive GOA Golden Oak Arabians and Warmbloods

© Tamara with the Camera

Pelear Por Oro Brooke Webb

© Liz Crawley

Just In Kayce+// Susanne Lanini

© Terri Miller

MMF Pierazara + Shayna Dolinger

© Conklin

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Waheed Al Azhaar RZ Roze Arabians, Ltd.

© Jennifer MacNeill Photography

Kurt Ali Khan+// Cynthia DeRousie

© Wendy Peterson Photography

Eykaterina++ Esme Grimshaw

© Avalon Photography

Maxed In Chocolate+/ Hallie Anders

© Nancy Pierce Photography

Athena MRF Elizabeth Jensen

© Nancy Pierce Photography

KB Tomega Fahim+++/ Chrissie Bailey

© Tamara with the Camera

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Finneas RZ Roze Arabians, Ltd.

© Jennifer MacNeill Photography

Cant Biya Love & RPA Biya Royale Sarah Theisen

Photo provided by Lisa Theisen

FCF Oberons Vanity Dawn Jones-Low

© Dawn Jones-Low

Stella Luna BF Manda Morris

© Linda Sherrill

Khourajous Zoria+/ Rita Mason

© Don Stine

Precious V Dawn & Mikayla Voris

photo provided by Dawn Voris

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Midknight Orkid++/ Nicole Rowley

© Rusty Owl Photography

Remington W+/ Beckey Downing

© Don Stine

Stone of Fire+ Phyllis Walsh

Photo courtesy of Phyllis Walsh

Stargali+++/ Joyce Alford

© Don Stine

AAA Legend ofthe Seas+/ Kobe Pielow

© Adrienne Morella

KB Safira Fahim Kerrigan Bloodstock

photo provided by Elaine Kerrigan

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CC Little Black Dress Courtney Calnan

photo provided by Courtney Calnan

Jazzzz Esme Grimshaw

Photo provided by Esme Grimshaw

El Jefe & Jazzz Suzanne Grimshaw

Photo provided by Suzanne Grimshaw

LHA Absolute Surprise Elizabeth Granja

photo provided by Manda Morris

Lil Miss Perfect LD+++/ Laughing Dog Ranch LLC

photo provided by Laughing Dog Ranch LLC

Miss Congeniality LD+ Laughing Dog Ranch LLC

photo provided by Laughing Dog Ranch LLC

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Aul Saba+//

(Magic Aulrab (ox) X Rajkumari Zarra+),

2003 Half-Arabian mare

Bred, owned, & ridden by Patty Jackson

AHA Arabian and Half-Arabian Sport Horse

Naitonals

Ford Idaho Horse Park, Nampa, ID

September 18-22, 2018

Written by Patty Jackson

For the past few years

I had not allowed

myself to even consider

competing at the

Arabian Sport Horse

Nationals because I

believed it was beyond

my reach considering

the expense, the

distance, and

difficulties associated

with going by myself.

Additionally, I would

be competing against professionally trained

horses on a mare entirely trained by me with a

less than thorough riding education. However,

my mare was 15 years old in 2018, so I

realized that this would most likely be my only

shot.

The first horse I owned was a rescued

unregistered Arabian/Appy cross, Sadie,

bought by my Dad when I was 12. Aul

Saba+// is that mare’s granddaughter.

When I say I am a backyard horse owner, it is

someone else’s back yard that I rent a mile

away from where I live. Without access to a

dressage court, practice in the small arena on

the property is difficult and frustrating. But

practice I do, out there by myself. I have been

taking Dressage lessons sporadically over the

years when my busy work schedule allows so

progress is slow.

Balancing the challenges with the

opportunity, I decided to take my chance. My

plans were nearly sabotaged when I took my

exceptionally high mileage truck to be

inspected and learned that the transmission

was in poor shape and would not make the

long journey from Esparto California to

Nampa Idaho. At nearly the last minute, the

people I board with

offered me the use of

their truck -- a true

cowboy Cadillac! I

made the entire journey

myself towing a newly

purchased but quite

used 2 horse Featherlite

trailer. No way was I

going to Nationals with

my horse riding in my

rickety old 1954 Trailer

© Don Stine

King! Besides, the

Featherlite had a

spacious dressing room

which made a wonderful camper for me,

which is where I stayed the entire time in

Nampa.

After all the stress and worry, getting there

was challenging enough, and then there was

the show itself. I entered Saba in four events

and came away with three National Top 10

awards. (H/A First Level Dressage ATR, H/A

First Level Dressage AOTR, and H/A Amateur

Sport Horse Suitability). I logged somewhere

around 25,000 steps per day on my Fitbit, my

feet were killing me, but I came home on a

total high. Saba and I fulfilled the dream with

our hard work, dedication, and perseverance!

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The Arabian Sport Horse Alliance, Inc. is proud to support the following organizations

that offer opportunities for Arabian-bred sport horses and ponies!

A strong, independent organization comprised of breeders and those who support

the concept of sport horse breeding in the USA, the USSHBA is dedicated to

advancing the interests and raising awareness about the American breeding

community to both national and international equestrian interests.

Education, recognition, outreach.

A voice for breeders, and a resource available to all.

http://www.usshba.org/

USDF & USEF Affiliate National Dressage Pony Cup Show with classes from Intro

to Grand Prix and Freestyles, Futurity Awards, High Point Breed Awards, and more!

Welcomes adult and youth riders with Dressage Ponies of all Breeds -and small

Horses too! In addition to the national show NDPC includes classes at affiliate

shows, year end awards, breed awards, and more

Promoting Ponies in Dressage Competition

http://www.dressageponycup.com/home.html

The Young Horse Show Series is designed to provide sporthorse breeders as well

as owners, trainers and riders of all disciplines an affordable show venue to

introduce and evaluate their young horses to the show environment and “put on

necessary mileage” with appropriate and special classes suitable to the proper

development of young horses.

Classes are offered for horses from 1-5 years old for In-Hand, Liberty, Jump Chute,

and Under Saddle.

The Qualifying Shows culminate in a Series Finals at the end of each show season

.

Bridging the gap between the breeding and competiton world...

http://www.younghorseshow.com/

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High Score/High Point Awards at All Breed Championships

National Dressage Pony Cup July 18-20

Lamplight Equestrian Center in Wayne, IL

Knight Thyme SA++++//

2006 Arabian gelding

Owned & ridden by Katherine Pfeil

4 th Level Small Horse Champion - Adult Amateur

FEI (PSG) Small Horse Champion - Adult Amateur

Young Horse Show Finals November 10-11

Tryon Equestrian Center, Tryon, NC

WC Sir Habbas Alezan

2016 Arabian stallion

Owned and bred by Nicole Grodski

2 year-old In- Hand Score 7.7

2 year-old Jump Chute score 7.23

SRC Anastasia+++//

Half Arabian mare

Ridden by Kathryn Fleming-Kuhn

Owned by Donna Andrew

4 th Level Small Horse Reserve Championship – Open

© SAS Equine Photography

CDS Jr./YR Dressage Championship July 27-29

Murieta Equestrian Center, Rancho Murieta, CA

Tykus Maximus

2007 Half-Arabian gelding

Owned & ridden by Isabella Vaca

Arabian Sport Horse Alliance Youth Member

65.288% Training Level Test 2 (14 and under)

© Tamara with the Camera

Thank you to all the sponsors

who contributed to support

these awards in 2018!

2018 Highlight & TOP Award Sponsors:

‣ Angelique Anthony

‣ Bluestocking Farm

‣ Golden Essence ++++//

‣ Jennifer Hamilton

‣ Jodi Tuft

‣ Nicole Chappell

‣ Patricia Jackson

‣ Susanne Lanini

‣ Tracy Pierce

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High Score/High Point Awards at All Breed Competitions

Golden State Dressage Classic June 14-17

Murieta Equestrian Center, Rancho Murieta, CA

Dressage at the Meadow May 4-6

The Meadow Event Park, Doswell, VA

AH Ableyza +++/

1997 Arabian mare

Ridden by Amanda Robson

Owned by Dana Hall

65.192% Training Level Test 2

WBF Falkhans Raja

2010 Anglo-Arabian gelding

Owned and ridden by Katlin Knick

68.125% 1st Level Test 2

Starr Vaughn Dressage II May 18-19

Starr Vaughn Equestrian Center, Elk Grove, CA

Melaina A+

2013 Arabian mare

Ridden by Bethany Nehse

Owned by Moss Rose Farm

Arabian Sport Horse Alliance Farm Member

68.864% Training Level Test 3

© Tamara with the Camera

Ellexus Knight+/

2004 Half-Arabian mare

Ridden by Ana Gilmour

Owned by Nicole Wertz

67.647% Intermediare I

KB Tomega Fahim

2013 Shagya-Arabian stallion

Ridden by Ericka Reinig

Owned by Chrissie Bailey

Bred by Elaine Kerrigan

Arabian Sport Horse Alliance Member

67.045% Training Level Test 3

Dressage Derby II June 23-24

Christiane Noelting Dressage Center, Vacaville, CA

© Tamara with the Camera

Young Horse Show Series September 23rd

West End Farm, MO

Daalimaar Al Sharif

2015 Arabian stallion

Owned and bred by Nichole Grodski

3 year-old In-Hand 4 th place

3 year-old Jump Chute 6 th place

© Don Stine

PVDA Ride for Life June 23-24, 2018

Prince Georges Equestrian Center. Upper Marlboro, MD

EF Fionas Prince K

2003 Arabian gelding

Owned & ridden by Kathryn McDaniel

70.455% Training Level Test 3

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Young Horse Show Series November 8-9

Tryon Equestrian Center, Tryon, NC

WC Sir Habbas Alezan

2016 Arabian stallion

Owned and bred by Nicole Grodski

2 year-old In-Hand 8 th place

2 year-old Jump Chute 6 th place


Our youth members are a critical asset for ensuring the future of the Arabianbred

sport horse. Get to know them better with this fun Q&A!

Hallie Anders

Beaumont, TX

What is the name, breed, gender and age of your Arabian-bred sport horse(s)?

DeKourated Dude++/, 18 year old gelding, Maxed in Chocolate+/, 8 year old gelding, Rheverence, 3 year old colt. They are

all Arabian/Pintos.

Which sport horse discipline(s) do you do with

your horse?

Western Dressage and Sport Horse Under Saddle

What was the most fun experience you had with

your horse in 2018?

I would have to say Region 9 championships where

we were Champions in Western Dressage Intro

ATR and Reserve Champions in SHIH ATH. Dude

was in 7 classes and got Champion or Reserve in

all but 1 class.

What sport horse discipline would you like to try

that you haven’t tried yet?

Western Dressage

What is your favorite thing to shop for at the

tack shop?

Clothes are my favorite ...everywhere!

Photo by Jeff Kirkbride

What is your favorite movie with horses and/or favorite movie horse?

The Black Stallion - My horse Maxed in Chocolate+/ is a great x4 grandson of Cass Ole who played The Black in the

movie.

Who is your current instructor or trainer and what is the most important thing you have learned from them?

Annie Wiggins and literally everything! Besides teaching me everything I know about horses, she teaches me to be a better

person every day. She is the first to help anyone she meets, loan spurs, help with a training issue. I watched her help teach

another junior how to ride Western Dressage at Pinto Worlds. The girl was in my same class and it didn't matter because

that's what you do. The rider did very well for her first time and I won my first World Championship in the saddle. In the end

you and your horse are competing against yourselves not the other people. They are there to push you to be better!

What is your favorite competition (show, event, ride) and what makes it special?

I love the Scottsdale Arabian Show. It just shows you how great this horse thing is when we all can get together...so many

horses.

What is your biggest challenge as a rider or competitor?

Staying focused when I train. You really have to train like every lesson is a world competition because you will ride like you

train.

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Julia Becker

Amherst, VA

What is the name, breed, gender and age of your Arabian-bred sport horse(s)?

BC Sadiki “Junior” 11 year old

Purebred gelding

Which sport horse

discipline(s) do you do with

your horse?

Hunter Equitation, Sport Horse in

Hand, Sport Horse Under Saddle or

Sport Horse Show Hack or other

Sport Horse Suitability class

What was the most fun

experience you had with your

horse in 2018?

Sport horse clinic with Beth

Thomas.

What sport horse discipline

would you like to try that you

haven’t tried yet?

Dressage

What is your favorite thing to shop for at the tack shop?

Splint boots, saddle pads, clothes, treats, basically anything

What is your favorite movie with horses and/or favorite movie horse?

Secretariat

Who is your current instructor or trainer and what is the most important thing you have learned from

them?

Diana Cappellanti - She has helped me with my confidence tremendously.

What is your favorite competition (show, event, ride) and what makes it special?

Region 15 Regionals

What is your biggest challenge as a rider or competitor?

Working on not being so hard on myself and getting frustrated.

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Esme Grimshaw

Katy, TX

What is the name, breed, gender and age of your Arabian-bred sport horse(s)?

Jazzzz, purebred gelding; Eykaterina, Danish Warmblood mare (double registered); EBG serenity, purebred Arabian; JEFE

half Belgium warmblood (not registered)

Which sport horse discipline(s) do you do with your horse?

Hunters (over fences), Hunter Equitation, Dressage, Dressage Equitation, Jumpers, Sport Horse in Hand, Sport Horse

Under Saddle or Sport Horse Show Hack or other Sport Horse Suitability class

What was the most fun

experience you had with your

horse in 2018?

Winning a national title in dressage

even with a VERY BAD pony.

What sport horse discipline

would you like to try that you

haven’t tried yet?

Reining

What is your favorite thing to

shop for at the tack shop?

Clothing

What is your favorite movie

with horses and/or favorite

movie horse?

Phar Lap

Who is your current instructor or trainer and what is the most important thing you have learned from

them?

My mom. Never give up even when your pony says "no I am not going in that ring" and it's an FEI competition.

What is your favorite competition (show, event, ride) and what makes it special?

We did a CDI** with my pony. Just being at that level of competition was fun – riding the awards ceremony with the

Anthem playing. And youth nationals, but at that show the entries were down.

What is your biggest challenge as a rider or competitor?

My pony behaving.

The most diffucult horses have the most to give to you!

Lendon Gray

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Kobe Anne Pielow

Coatesville, PA

What is the name, breed,

gender and age of your

Arabian-bred sport

horse(s)?

AAA Legend ofthe Seas+/, Age

17, Purebred Crabbet Arabian

Gelding

Which sport horse

discipline(s) do you do

with your horse?

Hunter (over fences),

Dressage, Sport Horse in Hand,

Sport Horse Under Saddle or

Sport Horse Show Hack or

other Sport Horse Suitability

class

What was the most fun experience you had with your horse in 2018?

Coming home from college for winter break and connecting with Legend like we never have connected before.

What sport horse discipline would you like to try that you haven’t tried yet?

Western Dressage

What is your favorite thing to shop for at the tack shop?

Breeches

What is your favorite movie with horses and/or favorite movie horse?

Spirit Stallion of the Cimarron

What is your biggest challenge as a rider or competitor?

I definitely have an issue with my own confidence.

Who is your current instructor or trainer and what is the most important thing you have learned from

them?

Jon Mallory - I have learned to ride in a manner that relaxes my horse, making him more supple and much more happy.

What is your favorite competition (show, event, ride) and what makes it special?

NJHAHA Show - It is our first show of the season for Legend and me so it is very exciting! Everyone there from the staff to

the exhibitors make it feel like one big happy family.

Boldness comes from confidence, confidence comes from success, so do a bazillion little things that

guarantee success and you will have a bold, confident horse.

Jack Le Goff

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Isabella Vaca

Santa Rosa, CA

What is the name, breed, gender and age of your Arabian-bred sport horse(s)?

Tykus Maximus "Tyke", 11 year old half Arabian gelding

Which sport horse discipline(s) do you do with your horse?

Dressage and Dressage Equitation

What was the most fun experience you had with your horse in 2018?

Riding on the beach and playing in the water.

What sport horse discipline would you like to try that you haven’t tried yet?

Sport Horse in Hand and Sport Horse Under Saddle

What is your favorite thing to

shop for at the tack shop?

Saddle pads and ear bonnets

Who is your current instructor or

trainer and what is the most

important thing you have learned

from them?

I had the honor of working with Lilo Fore

and the most important thing I have

learned from her is discipline and

consistent hard work will show in your

riding.

What is your biggest challenge as

a rider or competitor?

Balancing riding and school. There

never seems to be enough time in the

day.

It’s not about the social accessories, the money, the ribbons. It’s not about winning;

that comes easy. It’s about the horse. How to care for the horse. How to ride the

horse. And how to look after this great animal – the horse.

--- George Morris ---

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Mikayla Voris

Ft. Wayne, IN

What is the name, breed, gender and age of your

Arabian-bred sport horse(s)?

Precious V+, Arabian, mare, 21

Which sport horse discipline(s) do you do with

your horse?

Dressage, Sport Horse in Hand, Sport Horse Under Saddle

or Sport Horse Show Hack or other Sport Horse Suitability

class

What was the most fun experience you had with

your horse in 2018?

We earned her Legion of Honor! I'm so proud of her.

What sport horse discipline would you like to try

that you haven’t tried yet?

I would like to try hunt seat equitation with her. I got a new

saddle for Christmas and am eager to try out that division.

What is your favorite thing to shop for at the tack

shop?

Fancy, sparkly browbands or treats for my horses. I can't get

enough sparkle in my life and my horses are spoiled!

Photo Credit Wendy Peterson

What is your favorite movie with horses and/or

favorite movie horse?

Secretariat for the win! I love Big Red and all his legacy with

all my horsey girl heart. He had such an inspirational story,

he was a tank of a racehorse, and the movie really tugged at

my heartstrings.

Who is your current instructor or trainer and what is the most important thing you have learned from

them?

I don't have an instructor at the moment, but my amateur owner parents have a lot of experience working and showing, so

we all help each other learn.

What is your favorite competition (show, event, ride) and what makes it special?

Regionals! I love going. The horse girl in me wants to see all the pretty horses but the competitor sees all the hours put in

to every ride. I love watching everyone and learning from everything including my own riding mistakes that I reflect on at

the end of the day. No one is perfect but I still try to learn as much as I can. Seeing all the appreciation for the Arabian

breed and passion for competition is what makes it special.

What is your biggest challenge as a rider or competitor?

My biggest challenge would be learning more how to think like a horse and how to communicate with an animal that can't

use their words. It's tough, but it helps to have three very forgiving horses that are eager to learn.

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Elite Silver Milestone

ENDURANCE (ALL BREED)

The Milestone Award program

was created to recognize

sustained success in each of

the sport discipline divisions in

the Arabian Sport Horse

Alliance Competition Points

Awards Program.

Misfit Toi+

Arabian

Owner: Manda Morris

© John Nowell

Elite Bronze Milestone

DRESSAGE (ALL BREED)

Sabastian's Magique

Half-Arabian

Bronze, Silver, and Gold

Achievement levels are

awarded when sufficient

Milestone Points are earned.

Owner: Natalie DeFee Mendik

The “Elite” designation is

bestowed when a Milestone

level is attained with points

earned at the upper levels of a

sport.

photo courtesy of Natalie DeFee Mendik

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Bronze Milestone Awards

DRESSAGE (BREED RESTRICTED) DRESSAGE (BREED RESTRICTED) DRESSAGE (BREED RESTRICTED)

photo courtesy of Darsie Bell photo courtesy of Daniel Davis photo courtesy of Rita Mason

Trade Secret CC+//

Arabian

Owner: Darsie Bell

Maxed In Chocolate+/

Half-Arabian

Owner: Daniel Davis & Hallie Anders

Khourajous Zoria+/

Anglo-Arabian

Owner: Rita Mason

DRESSAGE (BREED RESTRICTED) DRESSAGE (BREED RESTRICTED) DRESSAGE (BREED RESTRICTED)

Aulways Mystical++

Arabian

Owner: Tracy Oliver

© Jessica Karraker photo courtesy of Kim Stone

ES Gamal+++//

Velvet Raine++++//

Arabian

Trakehner

Owner: Nicole Rowley

Owner: Kim Stone

HUNTERS (BREED RESTRICTED) WESTERN DRESSAGE (BREED RESTRICTED) WESTERN DRESSAGE (BREED RESTRICTED)

© Don Stine © Rick Osteen Howie Schatzberg photo courtesy of Daniel Davis

Remington W+/

Half-Arabian

Owner: Beckey Downing

DeKourated Dude++/

Half-Arabian

Owner: Daniel Davis & Hallie Anders

Maxed In Chocolate+/

Half-Arabian

Owner: Daniel Davis & Hallie Anders

WESTERN DRESSAGE (ALL BREED)

The Arabian Sport Horse Alliance

community congratulates all the

recipients of Milestone Awards.

photo courtesy of Daniel Davis

Maxed In Chocolate+/

Half-Arabian

Owner: Daniel Davis & Hallie Anders

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Aul Saba+// Half-Arabian

Owner: Patricia Jackson

AAA Legend ofthe Seas+/

Owner: Kobe Pielow

Arabian

© Don Stine

Reserve Champion – High Score Dressage 1 st Level

Reserve Champion – Suitability Breed Restricted

Top Ten – Dressage Breed Restricted

Aulways and Forever++ Anglo-Arabian

Owner: Tracy Oliver

© Conklin

Youth Champion – Hunters Breed Restricted

Reserve Champion – High Score Dressage Intro Level

Top Ten – Hunters Breed Restricted

Top Ten – Suitability Breed Restricted

Youth Top Ten – Dressage Breed Restricted

Youth Top Ten – Suitability Breed Restricted

Aelfleah Falchion German Riding Pony

Owner: Tamara Woodcock

Top Ten – Suitability Breed Restricted

Top Ten – Western Dressage Breed Restricted

Aulways Magic ++++//

Owner: Tracy Oliver

Arabian

© Digital Express Photography

Champion - Combined Driving All Breed

Champion - Driven Dressage All Breed

Champion – High Score Dressage Intermediare

Top Ten – Dressage -FEI All Breed

Top Ten – Sport Horse In-Hand Breed Restricted

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Aulways Majestic Arabian

Owner: Tracy Oliver

Beck In Time (Wreck it Ralph)

Owner: Amber Garthwaite

Arabian

Top Ten – Sport Horse In-Hand Breed Restricted

Top Ten – Western Dressage Breed Restricted

Aulways Mystical++

Owner: Tracy Oliver

Arabian

© Derith Vogt

Reserve Champion – Jumpers All Breed

Top Ten – Eventing All Breed

CC Little Black Dress Half-Arabian

Owner: Courtney Calnan

Top Ten – Sport Horse In-Hand Breed Restricted

Top Ten – Western Dressage Breed Restricted

Aurora MR+++// Arabian

Owner: Karen Ernst

© JJ Sillman

Reserve Champion – Eventing All Breed

Top Ten – Dressage All Breed

photo courtesy of Karen Ernst

Top Ten – Western Dressage All Breed

Top Ten – Western Dressage Breed Restricted

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DeKourated Dude++/ Half-Arabian

Owner: Daniel Davis & Hallie Anders

ES Gamal+++// Arabian

Owner: Nicole Rowley

photo courtesy of Daniel Davis

Champion – Western Dressage Breed Restricted

Youth Champion – Western Dressage Breed Restricted

Champion – High Score Dressage Training Level

Top Ten – Dressage Breed Restricted

Youth Top Ten – Sport Horse In-Hand Breed Restricted

© Jessica Karraker

Champion – Dressage Breed Restricted

Reserve Champion – High Score Dressage Second Level

Top Ten – Dressage All Breed

Top Ten – Dressage-Equitation Breed Restricted

Top Ten – Sport Horse In-Hand Breed Restricted

Elijas Trubador MGF+++//

Owner: Tracy Pierce

Half-Arabian

FR Hercules++++// Arabian

Owner: Beth Thomas

© John Borys Photography

Champion – Dressage -FEI All Breed

Champion – High Score Dressage Grand Prix

Reserve Champion – High Score Dressage Intermediare

photo courtesy of Caitlyn Saranchak

Reserve Champion – Hunters Breed Restricted

Reserve Champion – Hunters All Breed

An inborn love of the horse is instinctive, quite unreasoning, and one cannot recall any beginning of

what seems to have always been there, together with a craving for perfection in the object of interest.

~Lady Anne Blunt~

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Eykaterina++ Half-Arabian

Owner: Suzanne & Esme Grimshaw

FCF Oberons Vanity Arabian

Owner: Dawn Jones-Low

photo courtesy of Esme Grimshaw

Champion – Dressage-Equitation Breed Restricted

Youth Champion – Dressage Breed Restricted

Youth Champion – Dressage-Equitation Breed Restricted

Youth Champion – Sport Horse In-Hand All Breed

Reserve Champion – High Score Dressage Training Level

Reserve Champion – Sport Horse In-Hand All Breed

Youth Reserve Champion – Sport Horse In-Hand Breed Restricted

Top Ten – Dressage Breed Restricted

© Dawn Jones-Low

Top Ten – Dressage All Breed

GA Eastwood+ Half-Arabian

Owner: Caitlyn Saranchak

Furstafire++++// Half-Arabian

Owner: Sharon Sexton

Top Ten – Hunters Breed Restricted

Top Ten – Sport Horse In-Hand Breed Restricted

GA E-khwaytor+++//

Owner: Karen Morris

Arabian

© Suzanne Sturgill

Champion – Dressage All Breed

Reserve Champion – High Score Dressage Freestyle

© Robert Gainey

Champion – Hunters All Breed

Champion – Hunter-Equitation Breed Restricted

Top Ten – Hunters Breed Restricted

Top Ten – Suitability Breed Restricted

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IM Affirmmed in Color

Owner: Daniel Davis

Half-Arabian

Just In Kayce+// Arabian

Owner: Susanne Lanini

Top Ten – Western Dressage Breed Restricted

Incubus National Show Horse

Owner: Miranda Pierson

© Terri Miller

Champion – High Score Dressage Fourth Level

Reserve Champion – Dressage Equitation All Breed

Top Ten – Dressage All Breed

Khourajous Zoria+/

Owner: Rita Mason

Anglo-Arabian

Champion – Hunter-Equitation All Breed

Reserve Champion – Suitability All Breed

Top Ten – Hunters All Breed

Top Ten – Sport Horse In-Hand All Breed

Jazzzz Arabian

Owner: Suzanne & Esme Grimshaw

photo courtesy of Rita Mason

Champion – High Score Dressage First Level

Champion – High Score Dressage Second Level

Reserve Champion – Dressage Breed Restricted

Kurt Ali Khan+// Half-Arabian

Owner: Cynthia DeRousie

photo courtesy of Suzanne Grimshaw

Youth Top Ten – Dressage Breed Restricted

Youth Top Ten – Sport Horse In-Hand Breed Restricted

© Wendy Peterson Photography

Top Ten – Dressage All Breed

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Maxed In Chocolate+/ Half-Arabian

Owner: Daniel Davis & Hallie Anders

Misfit Toi+ Arabian

Owner: Manda Morris

photo courtesy of Daniel Davis

Champion – Western Dressage All Breed

Reserve Champion – Western Dressage Breed Restricted

Top Ten – Dressage Breed Restricted

Youth Top Ten – Sport Horse In-Hand Breed Restricted

Midknight Orkid++/ Half-Arabian

Owner: Nicole Rowley

© John Nowell

Reserve Champion – Distance All Breed

MMF Pierazara+ Arabian

Owner: Shayna Dolinger

Champion – Suitability All Breed

Top Ten – Suitability Breed Restricted

Top Ten – Sport Horse In-Hand Breed Restricted

© Pics of You

Champion – Sport Horse In-Hand All Breed

Champion – Sport Horse In-Hand Breed Restricted

Youth Champion – Sport Horse In-Hand Breed Restricted

Nikiah NV Arabian

Owner: Tera Allen

Top Ten – Distance All Breed

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OKW Rainier Anglo-Arabian

Owner: Joan Collins-Corey

Precious V+ Arabian

Owner: Dawn Voris & Mikayla Voris

© Don Stine

Top Ten – Dressage Breed Restricted

Peace Maker V+++/ Arabian

Owner: Dawn Voris & Mikayla Voris

photo courtesy of Mikayla Voris

Youth Top Ten – Suitability Breed Restricted

Youth Top Ten – Sport Horse In-Hand Breed Restricted

Raize The Bar++++// Half-Arabian

Owner: Cheryl Lane-Caron

© Wendy Peterson Photography

Youth Top Ten – Sport Horse In-Hand Breed Restricted

Pelear Por Oro Arabian-bred (rescue)

Owner: Brooke Webb

© Nat Douglas

Top Ten – Suitability Breed Restricted

Ravenhill Tsornin+ Arabian

Owner: Sherry Morse

© Liz Crawley

Champion – Eventing All Breed

photo courtesy of Sherry Morse

Champion – Distance Breed Restricted

Top Ten – Distance All Breed

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Rawhide V +// Arabian

Owner: Joanne Adcock

Sakher+/ Half-Arabian

Owner: Susan Hall

Top Ten – Dressage All Breed

Remington W+/ Arabian

Owner: Beckey Downing

Champion – High Score Dressage Freestyles

Reserve Champion – High Score Dressage Prix St. Georges

Reserve Champion – Dressage -FEI All Breed

Shy Solitaire+++// Arabian

Owner: Danna Johnston

© Don Stine

Champion – Hunters Breed Restricted

Top Ten – Hunters All Breed

Top Ten – Sport Horse In-Hand All Breed

Top Ten – Suitability Breed Restricted

Sabastian's Magique Half-Arabian

Owner: Natalie DeFee Mendik

Champion – High Score Dressage Intro Level

Youth Champion – Suitability Breed Restricted

Reserve Champion – Sport Horse In-Hand Breed Restricted

Top Ten – Suitability Breed Restricted

Youth Top Ten – Dressage Breed Restricted

Stargali+++/ Arabian

Owner: Joyce Alford

photo courtesy of Natalie DeFee Mendik

Champion – High Score Dressage Prix St. Georges

Top Ten – Dressage -FEI All Breed

photo courtesy of Joyce Alford

Champion – High Score Dressage Third Level

Top Ten – Dressage All Breed

Top Ten – Dressage Breed Restricted

Top Ten – Sport Horse In-Hand Breed Restricted

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Stella Luna BF Half-Arabian

Owner: Manda Morris

Twilight Solstice Arabian

Owner: Marie Chandler

© Linda Sherrill

Champion – Distance All Breed

Stone of Fire+ Arabian

Owner: Phyllis Walsh

© Hannah Draughan Photography

Top Ten – Sport Horse In-Hand Breed Restricted

Tykus Maximus Half-Arabian

Owner: Isabella Vaca

photo courtesy of Phyllis Walsh

Top Ten – Dressage All Breed

Trade Secret CC+//

Owner: Darsie Bell

Arabian

© Tamara with the Camera

Champion – Dressage-Equitation All Breed

Youth Champion – Dressage All Breed

Youth Champion – Dressage Equitation All Breed

Reserve Champion – Dressage All Breed

Reserve Champion – Dressage Equitation Breed Restricted

Youth Reserve Champion – Dressage Breed Restricted

Youth Reserve Champion – Dressage Equitation Breed Restricted

Vasari AF Arabian

Owner: Rebecca Richard

photo courtesy of Darsie Bell

Pony Champion – Dressage All Breed

Reserve Champion – High Score Dressage Fourth Level

Youth Reserve Champion – Suitability Breed Restricted

Top Ten – Dressage Breed Restricted

Top Ten – Suitability Breed Restricted

Youth Champion – Western Dressage All Breed

Top Ten – Western Dressage All Breed

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Velvet Raine++++//

Owner: Kim Stone

Half-Arabian

photo courtesy of Kim Stone

Reserve Champion – High Score Dressage Third Level

Top Ten – Dressage All Breed

Top Ten – Dressage Breed Restricted

WKF Ebony Phoenix Arabian

Owner: Hillary Stark & Jean Donhauser

iphoto courtesy Jean Donhauser

Top Ten – Western Dressage All Breed

Zeus MR+ Arabian

Owner: Karen Ernst

To all the members who enrolled their

horses in the Year End Award Program!

Year End Award Disciplines Divisions:

Carriage Driving

Combined Driving

Distance Riding

Dressage

Dressage Equitation

Dressage High Score (by level)

Driven Dressage

Eventing

Hunters

Hunter Equitation

Jumpers

Sport Horse In-Hand

Suitability

Western Dressage

Working Equitation

For more information visit:

www.arabiansporthorsealliance.org/membership/awards/

Champion – Jumpers All Breed

Champion – Jumpers Breed Restricted

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Elijas Trubador MGF +++//

(Trubadorsmadrigal +(ox) X Sizzlin Scotch)

2008 Arabian/Paint cross gelding

Owned & ridden by Tracy Pierce

Markel/USEF Young & Developing Horse

National Championships at the

U.S. Dressage Festival of Champions

Lamplight Equestrian Center, Wayne, IL

August 26-28, 2018

Written by Tracy Pierce

Being invited to the USEF Developing Grand

Prix Horse National Championships in 2018

on my half Arab gelding Elijas Trubador MGF

+++// was a dream come true for me.

Competing at that

prestigious venue was

something that I had

dreamed of in the back

of my head for a few

years. I never thought

it would happen at the

Grand Prix level

though!

Eli was ten in 2018

and was bred by Laura

Venne of Madrigal

Farms in Oregon. His

father is an Egyptian

Arabian, Trubadorsmadrigal. His mother is a

Paint, Sizzlin Scotch. I have had him since he

was 3 years old and just started under saddle.

He has been incredibly easy to train and

bring up the levels. He has such a quick mind

and loves to work. Besides dressage he also

enjoys chasing cows, trail riding, jumping and

anything else that allows him to express

himself. He has always been a bold and

confident horse. When he sees the horse

trailer for the first time each spring he goes

wild with excitement. You must stay out of his

way when it's time to load up because he will

drag you to the trailer.

Eli has truly made me the rider I am. He is

my first Grand Prix horse and while I have had

lots of help from the ground, I have done all

the riding and training on him. For us both to

learn this together in such a relatively short

time is incredible. So much of it is due to his

ability to figure out what I want and forgiving

me all of the mistakes I have made along the

way.

He is also happy to teach other riders the

more advanced

movements in

dressage. I think

the Arab in him

makes him

incredibly smart

and forgiving at the

same time. He is

the partner of a

lifetime and I can’t

imagine ever being

blessed with

another horse like

© John Borys Photography

him.

Trust and respect are two-way streets.

We want the horse to accept us as leaders of the

herd, to guide them safely and to provide protection

and comfort. In return, they will give us their respect,

and willing submission to our ideas about what to do

next, and when and where. But this respect can only

be based on well-deserved trust.

Walter Zettl

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The Arabian Sport Horse Alliance, Inc. is dedicated to supporting and

promoting Arabians, Shagya-Arabians, Anglo-Arabians, and part-bred

Arabians in sport horse disciplines and in sport horse breeding in all

registries that incorporate Arabian-bred horses or ponies.

Year End High Point Awards for

Arabian-bred horses

in sport horse disciplines

Additional awards for High Score by level

in Dressage & Western Dressage

PLUS awards for Pony Divisions

& for Youth Exhibitors!

All-breed Competitions

Breed Restricted Competitions

Eventing Hunters Dressage Carriage Driving

Dressage Western Dressage Endurance/Distance Suitability

Combined Driving Carriage Driving Jumpers In-hand

Endurance/Distance Suitability Hunters Dressage Equitation

Jumpers In-hand Western Dressage Hunter Equitation

Driven Dressage Hunter Equitation

Dressage Equitation Working Equitation

Bronze, Silver, and Gold Milestone Awards

for achievement tiers of lifetime points

“Elite” designation for upper level success.

Join Us!!


Arabian-bred foals bred by members or sired by member’s stallions

© Tamara with the Camera photo courtesy of Margie McLaughlin photo courtesy of Elaine Kerrigan

Wincredible GOA Essence of Gratahtude KB Tamega Fahim

(Wild Dance x Caraechstrodinair (ox))

Hanoverian colt (Half-Arabian)

Bred & owned by Golden Oaks

Warmbloods & Arabians

(Golden Essence ++++// x Katahttude(xx))

Anglo-Arabian colt

Sire owned by Margie & Grayce McLaughlin

KB Omega Fahim++++//(ox) x Thassia)

Shagya filly

Bred & owned by Elaine Kerrigan

© Tamara with the Camera photo courtesy of Charlotte Rose photo courtesy of Sarah Theisen

WSS Plumas Fahim Essence of Royalty RPA Biya Royale

. (KB Omega Fahim++++// x DC Reata)

Arabian filly

Bred by Keila Golden

(Golden Essence ++++// x DSA Royal Ariel)

Arabian colt

Sire owned by Margie & Grayce McLaughlin

(Hesa Zee+/ x Cant Biya Love)

Arabian colt

Bred & owned by Sarah Theisen

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photo courtesy Bonn Fyre Farms © Jennifer MacNeill Photography © Elizabeth Jensen

Atlas BF Finneas RZ Tigerlilly MRF

(The Terminator+ x Fatima VF)

Half-Arabian/Hanoverian cross colt

Bred & owned by Bonn-Fyre Farms

(Finery X Desired Millicent (ox))

2018 Oldenburg-NA colt (Half-Arabian)

Bred by Roze Arabians, Ltd.

(Baha AA x Morning Star DP)

2018 Arabian filly

Bred & owned by Moss Rose Farm

photo courtesy of Tera Allen photo courtesy of Fern Bastinelli photo courtesy of Ailsa Riegel

Enchanted Ares Essence of Fire B KB Sandor Fahim

(Zeus MR x O-SO Tardee)

Arabian colt

Sire owned by Karen Ernst, client foal

(Golden Essence ++++// x Great Northern(xx))

Anglo-Arabian colt

Sire owned by Margie & Grayce McLaughlin

(KB Omega Fahim++++//(ox) x Samantha)

Shagya colt

Bred by Elaine Kerrigan

photo courtesy of Kim Wright

Harborr Master

(Golden Essence ++++// (ox) x Beaver Dam Creek (xx))

Anglo-Arabian colt

Sire owned by Margie & Grayce McLaughlin

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Midknight Orkid++/

(Mojave Kid++++//(ox) x SPS West Montana)

2014 Arabian/Hanoverian cross

Owned by Nicole Rowley

Ridden by Lindsey O’Keefe

USDF Sport Horse Prospect Development

Forum with Scott Hassler, Michael Bragdell &

Christine Traurig

Sonnenberg Farm in Sherwood, OR

October 20-21, 2018

Written by Nicole Rowley

When Lindsey O’Keefe asked me if she could

apply for the Young Horse Forum

with Midknight Orkid++/ I said

yes but did not expect to be picked

by the selection committee. In

fact, I deleted the selection e-mail

the first time it was sent to me.

Out of the hundreds of young

horses that submitted applications

only 6 were selected. Of those 6,

Midknight Orkid++/ was the only

Arabian-bred horse in the group of

selected applicants. Lindsey and I

were so honored to be selected to

represent the Arabian breed. Our

excitement mostly stemmed from

the chance to show a large

audience just how talented and

special the Arabian horse is.

photo provided by Nicole Rowley

Both clinicians were impressed by her size (she

stands at 17 hands) and maturity for a 4 year

old mare. They complemented Lindsey O’Keefe

on the training she had done with this mare.

Just the right amount of collection and flexion

with clear and precise aids.

Midknight Orkid++/ was in good company, five

beautiful warmbloods had been selected to

demonstrate the proper development and

training for a young sport horse. The horses

varied from recently broke to currently shown.

Midknight Orkid++/ was among the top of her

peers in training and discipline.

The forum was incredibly

educational for all who ride young

horses. The forum did a great job

of starting with the horse with the

least amount of training and

finished with the young horse

who was the most developed.

Midknight Orkid++/ was selected

to go last. Scott Hassler had

nothing but good things to say

about her and gave Lindsey some

really great tools to further

develop her collection. It was a

really fun and educational

weekend.

The forum was a wonderful experience! We

arrived to Sonnenberg Farm in Oregon on a late

Friday morning, Midknight Orkid++/ settled in

really well. Within just a couple of hours of our

arrival we were tacking up to be evaluated by

Scott Hassler and Michael Bragdell.

Whenever a horse has learned a new movement or a new

aid in its basic form, the rider should give him a break and

deliberately ride something else for a few days or weeks.

When he returns to the movement, he will notice how

much more easily the training will proceed.

Reiner Klimke

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STALLION PROFILE LISTINGS

Ar-Raqis++++//………………………………………………………….Arabian………………….……………. 68

Aurelius GOA…..………………………………………………………….Arabian………………….……………. 69

Dartan ……………………………….…………..……………………………Shagya-Arabian…….……….……. 70

Echo Er Rih……….…………………………………………………………Arabian……….……….….…….….… 71

Elikzir ++/…………………………………………………………………...Arabian………………………………. 72

FCF Oberons Vanity……………………………………………………….Arabian………………...…….……. 73

Golden Essence++++//…..……………………………………..……….Arabian…………….….…….……… 74

KB Omega Fahim++++//……………………………………………….Arabian………………….…….……. 75

*KS Rubin ………………………….…………..……………………………Shagya-Arabian…….….……..…. 76

LA LegacyInBlack+++//………………………………………………...Arabian…………………….…….…. 77

Pagur ……………………………………………………………………………Arabian……….…………….….….. 78

Pavvo……………………………………………..………….…………………Arabian………………………..……. 79

PC Donavan……..……………………………………………………………Arabian……….………………...…. 80

Pride Er Rih……..……………………………………………………………Arabian……….………………...…. 81

Regalo C+………………..……………………………………………………Arabian……….……………….…... 82

The Terminatorr+…………………………………………………………Half-Arabian…….…….…………. 83

Tuxedo Thyme ABA++++//.………………………………………….Arabian………………..….……...... 84

Twilight Solstice……………………………………………………………Arabian……….……..…….…….…. 85

Waheed Al Azhaar RZ……………………………………………………Arabian………...…………..…….… 86

Zahin Haalim+ …………………………………………………………….Arabian…………….…...…..……… 87

Zeus MR+ …………………………………………………………………….Arabian………………...…..……… 88


Ar-Raqis++++//

Arabian (AHA)

Registration: AHR*654449

DOB: 03/27/2011

Sire: Bremervale Andronicus

Dam: AM Capricious Star

Owner/Breeder: Jennifer Hamilton

and Tim Schaap

Color: Bay

Height: 14.3 H

Disciplines: Dressage & Sport Horse

Under Saddle

Stud Fee: Private Treaty

Available via: Fresh Cooled

SCID: Clear

CA: N/N

LFS: N/N

EVA: Unknown

Breeding Contact: Jennifer Hamilton

Standing at:

An Tearmann Arabians

8256 Kruchten Road

Lodi, WI 53555

(608) 643-4845

info@antearmannarabians.com

AR-RAQIS++++// is a sport horse stallion with a proven show record in hand and

under saddle. He has 17 AHA Sport Horse National titles through the end of the 2018

show season. His in hand titles include 2012 AHA SHN Top Ten Sport Horse Yearling

Colt, 2013 AHA SHN Top Ten Sport Horse Two Year Old Colt, 2015 AHA SHN Top Ten

Hunter Type Sport Horse Stallion ATH, 2015 AHA SHN Top Ten Dressage Type Sport

Horse Stallion ATH, 2016 AHA SHN Top Ten Hunter Type Sport Horse Stallion, 2017

AHA SHN Reserve National Champion Hunter Type Sport Horse Stallion and Hunter

Type Sport Horse Stallion ATH and Top Ten Dressage Type Sport Horse Stallion and

Top Ten Dressage Type Stallion ATH and 2018 Top Ten Hunter Type Sport Horse

Stallion and Hunter Type Sport Horse Stallion ATH.

He has been equally successful at the AHA National level under saddle with titles in

sport horse under saddle and dressage: AHA SHN Reserve National Champion

Training Level Dressage, AHA SHN Top Ten First Level Dressage, twice AHA SHN Top

Ten Sport Horse Under Saddle Junior Horse, AHA SHN Top Ten ABS Young Dressage

Horse and AHA SHN Top Ten Training Level Dressage Junior Horse. He is of all Al-

Marah breeding. Al-Marah horses have won AHA National titles in nearly every

discipline in which Arabians compete in the show ring and they are valued as

endurance horses as well. Many Al-Marah horses currently being shown have titles

in both sport horse and working western disciplines, proof of their solid athleticism

and good work ethic. (Copyright: ARLENE MAGID PEDIGREE RESEARCH)

https://www.facebook.com/AnTearmannArabian.LLC/

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Photos © Don Stine & © Hannah Draughan Photography


Aurelius GOA

Arabian (AHA)

Registration: AHR# 652644

DOB: 04/02/2011

Sire: Magic Aulrab

Dam: Proberry Bey

Owner: Jodi Tuft

Breeder: Denise Cossuto

Color: Chestnut

Height: 14.3H

Disciplines: Dressage

Stud Fee: Private Treaty

Available via: Fresh Cooled

SCID: Clear

CA: N/N

LFS Unknown

EVA: Unknown

Breeding Contact: Jodi Tuft

Aurelius GOA is an outstanding young stallion sired by the endurance stallion,

Magic Aulrab. a respected sire of many top endurance and sport horse

champions! His dam is by the renowned Afire Bey V. Thoughtful purpose

breeding created this stallion with superior movement, athletic ability, and

amazing presence!

Aurelius’ first foal, Volante GOA, exhibits excellent size and bone, personality, and

correctness!

http://www.extendinc.com/valleyhorsecenter/index.htm

Valley Horse Center

4203 Rio Dixon RD

Dixon, CA 95620

(707) 688-1741

jodituft@hotmail.com

Photos © Kelly Kenneally Photography, © Tamara with the Camera, & © Wojtek Kwiatkowski

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Dartan Shagya Arabian (Danish Shagya-Arabian Association & PShR)

Registration: DSAH SH 1013

DOB: 06/25/2004

Sire: Daru (Shagya-Arabian, Austria)

Dam: Sobo's Tandarra (Shagya-

Arabian, Denmark)

US Rep: Linda Rudolphi

Breeder: Gammelgaard Farm, DK

Color: Bay

Height: 164 cm (16-1 hands)

Disciplines: Dressage, Jumpers

Performance Test: Denmark 35 day

Test 2008

Approvals: ISG

Stud Fee: Private Treaty

Available via: Imported Frozen

Semen

SCID: Clear

CA: N/N

EVA: Tested Negative

Breeding Contact: Linda Rudolphi

WineGlass Farm

281 Ruby Road

Noble, IL 62868

(618) 752-7181

Licensing scores: Jumping technique - 9; Body - 9; Limbs -8; Movement - 9; Total

Average score - 9! Licensing comments: Big significant stallion of extremely good

type, Extremely good free shoulder, Large well balanced canter, and Sweeping

trot with good rhythm. Measures: 164 cm (16-1 hands) tall, and has a 21cm (8.26

inches) cannon. He passed his 35 day Stallion testing. Dartan brings new

genetics to the USA and Canada. His sire, Daru, is also the sire of the head

Shagya-Arabian stallions Temp and Traper at the Kabiuk State Stud in Bulgaria.

Dartan's maternal grand-sire, Radautz, was a successful show jumper and L level

dressage competitor. All frozen semen has been processed under the strict

supervision of Select Breeders Service (SBS) and is of the highest quality. Dartan

is an excellent choice for not only any of the US/Canadian Shagya-Arabian

mares, but also purebred Arabian mares to add size, frame and athletic ability.

He is a charismatic stallion who wins your heart the minute he walks out of his

stall.

http://www.wineglassfarm.com/

http://www.shagya-araber.dk

wineglassfarm1@gmail.com

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Photo © KreativFoto.dk additional photos provided courtesy of Linda Rudolphi


Echo Er Rih

Arabian (AHA)

Registration: AHR# 484584

DOB: 04/09/1992

Sire: Lance Er Rih

Dam: Librty Er Rih

Owner: Jodi Tuft

Breeder: Leoma Musil

Color: Chestnut

Height: 15.1H

Disciplines: Dressage

Sport Horse In-Hand

Stud Fee: Not at Public Stud

Available via: Live Cover

SCID: Carrier

CA: N/N

LFS: N/N

EVA: Unknown

Echo Er Rih is a twice AHA Regional Sport Horse In-Hand Champion. This stallion

is the most elastic horse I have ever ridden. He showed extreme talent for jumping

early on but also has fantastic dressage movement that made the judges 'swoon'

when he was shown Sport Horse In-Hand.

He was bred to be a racehorse with quality Old Polish and CMK lines. Echo Er Rih

has sired some outstanding foals including one Sport Horse In-Hand Champion

filly.

http://www.extendinc.com/valleyhorsecenter/index.htm

Breeding Contact: Jodi Tuft

Valley Horse Center

4203 Rio Dixon RD

Dixon, CA 95620

(707) 688-1741

jodituft@hotmail.com

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Photos © Kelly Kenneally Photography & © Wojtek Kwiatkowski


Elikzir ++/

Arabian (AHA)

Registration: AHR* 634966

DOB: 04/28/2005

Sire: Ganges

Dam: Ularia

Owner: Dorann LaPerch

Breeder: Marsha Parkinson

Color: chestnut

Height: 15.1H

Disciplines: Dressage &

Sport Horse In-hand

Stud Fee: Private Treaty

Available via: Shipped Cooled, Live

Cover, & Frozen

SCID: Clear

CA: N/N

LFS: N/N

Breeding Contact: Dorann LaPerch

Bonn-Fyre Farms/Training Center

7200 Walnut Canyon Road

Moorpark, CA 93021

(805) 529-7200

Elikzir++/ is a pure Polish powerhouse who comes from generations of beautiful,

correct athletes. Elikzir++/ has six AHA Sport Horse National titles: 2016 U.S. Ten

Hunt Type Sport Horse Stallion, Dressage Type Sport Horse Stallion and

Dressage Type Sport Horse Stallion ATH and 2014 U.S. Top Ten Hunt Type Sport

Horse Stallion, Top Ten Hunt Type Stallion ATH and Top Ten Dressage Type

Stallion.

Elikzir++/ has also started a very successful Dressage career as well. He has also

won Show and Regional Championships in Main Ring Halter. Elikzir++/ is proving

to be an exceptional sire, his foals not only inherit his wonderful conformation

and fabulous movement, but also his outstanding disposition.

Elikzir++/ is bred to be the beautiful athlete from generations of horses who

were not only beautiful but also had accomplished careers in performance or

racing.

Elikzir++/ is a Breeders Sweepstakes Nominated Sire

https://www.facebook.com/Bonn-Fyre-FarmsTraining-Center-

571022559602050/

bonnfyrefarms@aol.com

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Elikzir

Photos provided by Bonn-Fyre Farms

"Charm" 2015 FIlly

(Elikzir x Pouilly Fuisse R- Hanoverian)


FCF Oberons Vanity

Arabian (AHA)

Registration: AHR*628688

DOB: 07/23/2006

Sire: AF Vanitys Repeat

Dam: BruMarBa Callisto

Owner/Breeder: Dawn Jones-Low

Color: Gray (heterozygous)

Height: 15.0 H 8 inches of bone

Disciplines: Dressage & Eventing

Performance Test: 70 Day SPT 2015

Approvals: Lifetime OLD-NA and

Shagya-Arabian (NASS)

Stud Fee: $1500 fresh cooled

(includes 1 st collection & shipment)

or $450 (per dose of frozen)

Available via: Fresh Cooled or Frozen

SCID: Clear

CA: N/N

LFS: N/N

OAAM: N/N

WFFS: N/N

EVA: Negative vaccinated annually

Breeding Contact: Dawn Jones-Low

Faerie Court Farm in Vergennes, VT

(802) 989-3562

FCF Oberons Vanity is competing successfully against all breeds in the open

division at USDF shows. He is now schooling Prix St. Georges and will carefully be

developed to the Grand Prix level over the next few years.

FCF Oberons Vanity made history in 2015 when - as the only non-warmblood in

the cohort- he finished 5th out of a field of 14 stallions in the 70 day Stallion

Performance Test. He is the highest scoring and highest placing Arabian or

Arabian-bred stallion to EVER attend the North American 70 day SPT! His scores

included a 10 for Character, 9 for Willingness, 9.5 for Constitution, 9 for

Rideability, 8 for trot, 8 for canter, and 8.5 for XC jumping! His individual category

scores were 7.13 or higher. He exhibited aptitude for dressage and over fences

where his form and scope was tested up to 1.25m (4’1”).

At the NASS inspection in 2017 the judges were particularly impressed with his

character, his aptitude for both jumping and dressage, and with his superb canter

for which they awarded him a 9.

FCF Oberons Vanity is consistently siring foals with superior substance and bone,

quality gaits, excellent feet, structural correctness, incredibly kind and willing

temperaments, and classic Arabian beauty. He is an Arabian stallion who can

measure up to the top standards of the sport horse world with a pedigree that is

packed with old-fashioned CMK lineages with a consistent pattern of producing

athletic horses with high rideability.

https://www.facebook.com/FCFOberonsVanity/

breeding@faeriecourtfarm.com

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Photos © Dawn Jones-Low & © Cass Ingles


Golden Essence++++//

Arabian (AHA)

Registration: AHR 588825

DOB: 05/10/1999

Sire: Klassic Shaklan

Dam: SA Patrushka

Owners: Margie & Grayce McLaughlin

Breeder: Robert Searles

Color: chestnut

Disciplines: Dressage,

Sport Horse in Hand

Stud Fee: $500

Available via: Shipped Cooled, Live

Cover, & Frozen

$175 Live Cover Handling Fee

SCID: Clear

CA: N/N

LFS: N/N

EVA: Negative tested annually

Breeding Contact: Resi Wolfe

Classic Arabians

20059 Shingle Point Road

Golden Essence++++// is a true representative of the versatile Arabian Breed

He is a multi Regional and National Champion with 5 AHA National and 28 AHA

Regional Titles. He has won championships in Sport Horse In-Hand under both

Hunter judges and Dressage judges. Golden Essence++++// aka Dusty has

earned 2018 USEF Leading Half Arabian Sire -Ranking #2 in the Country! This is

Dusty's fourth consecutive year!

Golden Essence ++++// is an Arabian purebred stallion..

He has been successful in Hunter Pleasure and is now winning in Dressage. He

has achieved his Legion of Masters. He is an exceptional sire, siring champions

in the sport horse arena. His foals are as versatile and successful as he is. Golden

Essence is powerful, talented, and intelligent. He has a gentle disposition and is

ridden by amateurs. He is a phenomenal stallion. His offspring are showing in

Hunter, Dressage and Pleasure shows.

Golden Essence++++// stands at Classic Arabians Georgetown, DE.

https://www.facebook.com/groups/147507485705/

Georgetown, DE 19947

(302) 228-9537

class7ic@comcast.net

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Photos provided by Margie & Grayce McLaughlin

Time of the Essence - yearling son


KB Omega Fahim++++//

Arabian (AHA)

Registration: AHR* 527425

DOB: 04/11/1996

Sire: Amir Fahim+

Dam: Amyrah Adhemah

Owner: Elaine Kerrigan

Breeder: Elaine Kerrigan

Color: black

Height: 15.1H

Disciplines: Dressage, Endurance, &

Sport Horse In-Hand

Approvals: Shagya (NASS)

Stud Fee: $1000 (includes booking)

Booking Fee: $250

Available via: Shipped Cooled &

Frozen

SCID: Clear

CA: N/N

LFS:N/N

The Senior Stallion at Kerrigan Bloodstock is the black Purebred Arabian, KB

Omega Fahim++++//, multi AHA National Champion in FEI dressage and Top

Tens in SHIH. Multi USDF All-breeds Champion in FEI dressage. Years of AHA

Regional Championships. Multi-day endurance competitor. Sire of AHA

National and Regional Champions in dressage, FEI dressage, SHIH, SHUS and

SHSH. Approved Arabian breeding stallion for purebred Shagya-Arabians with

North American Shagya-Arabian Society. Homozygous black.

http://www.kerriganbloodstock.com/

EVA: Tested Negative

Breeding Contact: Elaine Kerrigan

Kerrigan Bloodstock

1479 Freshwater Rd.

Eureka, CA 95503

(707) 443-0215

fahim@humboldt1.com

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Photos © Suzanne Sturgill & © Don Stine; additional photo courtesy of Elaine Kerrigan


*KS Rubin

Shagya Arabian (PShR)

Registration: PSHR 01-1003

DOB: 02/19/01

Sire: Paris (Gazal XIX - Bábolna)

Dam: Rasga

Owner: Katherine Voyer

Breeder: Hans Gunther Schmidt

Birkenbuel, Germany

Color: gray

Height: 15.1H

Disciplines: Endurance, Dressage,

Show Jumping

Approvals: Shagya (PShR)

Stud Fee: $1500

Available via: Frozen (LFG)

SCID: Unknown

CA: Unknown

LFS: Unknown

EVA: Unknown

Breeding Contact: Katherine Voyer

Oak Knoll Sporthorses

12672 Limonite., #530

Corona, CA 92880

*KS Rubin is a proven high-performance athlete, who is siring highperformance

athletes with his exceptional metabolics, athletics, conformation

and his wonderful temperament. *KS Rubin is also producing height and his

offspring are competing in Show Jumping, Dressage and Endurance.

*KS Rubin Is the most accomplished Shagya-Arabian Endurance stallion in the

United States. At 17 years of age he is in Dressage as a 2 nd career! This notable

stallion has completed 38 (of 42 total) AERC Endurance rides, for a total of 1,765

lifetime AERC miles. *KS Rubin also successfully competed to the CEI 2* level,

and he demonstrated a 90% overall AERC & CEI completion rate.

*KS Rubin has twice earned Top Ten in the national AERC “Jim Jones Stallion

Award,” receiving 2nd place in 2009, and 10th place in 2010. He accomplished

all of this while being ridden by eight different riders - two of which were Young

Riders - and while he competed in five different AERC regions.

*KS Rubin is a Performance Shagya-Arabian Registry Book 1 stallion, with

“Specialty Plus” performance recognition.

*KS Rubin is available at stud in 2018 via frozen semen. *KS Rubin’s semen is of

excellent quality and is certified for EU export. All *KS Rubin foals, 2007 to date,

are from his high quality frozen semen.

http://www.ksrubin.com

kvoyer@gmail.com

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Photo © GenieSS, Inc. additional photos provided by Katherine Voyer


LA LegacyInBlack+++//

Arabian (AHA)

Registration: AHR* 547169

DOB: 04/01/1996

Sire: JY Blackwings

Dam: Naaja Black Gem

Owner: Dorann LaPerch

Breeder: Legacy Arabians

Color: black

Height: 15.0H

Disciplines: Dressage &

Sport Horse In-hand

Stud Fee: Private Treaty

Available via: Shipped Cooled

CA: N/N

Breeding Contact: Dorann LaPerch

Bonn-Fyre Farms/Training Center

7200 Walnut Canyon Road

Moorpark, CA 93021

(805) 529-7200

LA LegacyInBlack+++// is a 10 time AHA U.S. National Top Ten in SHIH, SHUS and

Dressage. He continues to win In Hand Championships beating much younger

horses. This year at age 21 he will continue to compete.

Legacy is without a doubt one of the nicest stallions, he has taken several

amateurs to their first AHA Regional and Nationals wins. He is a wonderful mover

with correct conformation and enduring soundness. His only foal shown so far

was an AHA U.S. National Top Ten and Scottsdale winner. He crosses superbly

with Warmblood mares, and his purebred foals are also stunning.

https://www.facebook.com/Bonn-Fyre-FarmsTraining-Center-571022559602050/

bonnfyrefarms@aol.com

LA LegacyInBlack+++//

Captin Jack Sparrow (Oldenburg cross)

(LA LegacyInBlack++/ x Diatra by Diatra)

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Photos © Suzanne Sturgill & © Rob Hess Photo; additional photo provided by Bonn Fyre Farms


Pagur

Arabian (RASB/AAS)

Registration: RASB*7060/AAS*4156

DOB: 01/15/2007

Sire: Gepard (Arabian, Russia)

Dam: Pospa (Arabian, Russia)

US Rep: Linda Rudolphi

Owner: Gertraud Zechner

Breeder: Khrenovoe Stud, Russia

Color: Chestnut

Height: 158 cm (15.2 hands)

Disciplines: Racing, Dressage

Performance Test: Racing 2/11( 2-0-

3-2-1) Russian Top Ten 2007 racing

colts

Approvals: Licensed Shagya-Arabian,

Anglo-Arabian, Part-Arabian,

Trakehner & Austrian WB

Stud Fee: Private Treaty

Available via: Imported Frozen

Semen

SCID: Clear

CA: N/N

LFS: N/N

EVA: Tested Negative

Breeding Contact: Linda Rudolphi

WineGlass Farm

281 Ruby Road

Noble, IL 62868

(618) 752-7181

A son of the famous Gepard, the best Russian Arabian Racehorse Sire of the last

decade. Gepard (Naftlin x Prikhot), was the number 1 Russian Race horse

producer in 2010/11. Pagurs' dam, Pospa (Prikaz x Premera), was an "Elite" dam

of outstanding racehorses.

Pagur was licensed in Austria under the strictest of stallion licensing. At the Stadl-

Paura, Austria licensing in 2012 he had the highest score of the day over Shagya-,

Anglo-, and Partbred-Arabians.

As an all around sporthorse Pagur has also competed in dressage and has recently

started a successful career in endurance riding. Pagur frozen semen was

processed at the renowned Univ. of Vienna and is of the highest quality. He is

owned by Dr Peter & Gertraud Zechner in Austria. WineGlass is the USA

representative for Pagur with a limited number of breedings available. This

brilliant chestnut stallion measures: 158/163 - 175 - 18,5 cm. His purebred,

Austrian Warmblood, and Trakehner foals are turning heads in the EU. His 4 year

old Austrian WB daughter, Wasserlilie FM, was the highest scoring 4 year old mare

inspected by the Austrian Warmblood Studbook in 2018! In addition to his athletic

ability, he has the manners and disposition of a kind gentleman. Check out his

Pagur Facebook page for more information and pictures

.http://www.wineglassfarm.com/

http://www.endurance-arabians.com/

wineglassfarm1@gmail.com

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Wasserlilie FM 2014 Warmblood daughter

Photos © НаTалья Яченко & © Doto


Pavvo

Arabian (AHA)

Registration: AHR*524856

DOB: 04/24/1994

Sire: *Erros

Dam: Khassiopeia

Owner: Linda Carroll

Breeder: Linda Carroll

Color: gray (heterozygous)

Height: 15.2H

Disciplines: Dressage, Hunters

Approvals: A.R.A.B.S.

Stud Fee: Private Treaty

Available via: Shipped Cooled &

Live Cover

SCID: Clear

CA: unknown

LFS: unknown

EVA: unknown

Breeding Contact: Linda Carroll

Pavvo is the result of Polish-Domestic breeding. He is a son of the pure Polish

stallion *Erros who was honored as the AHA Reserve National Champion Stallion

within months of being imported and out of a daughter of Montecito Orion

(Mikado x Maleka-B).

Pavvo was inspected for A.R.A.B.S. by Hanoverian inspector Barbara

Richardson, who gave him 8s across the board (conformation and gaits) and

remarked on his "tremendous withers and powerful hind end."

. Pavvo is siring tall, big bodied and elastic, scopy movers. They tend to inherit

his powerful hind end, laid back shoulder and shapely, high set on neck as well

as his big eyes and little ears. Pavvo is 15.2H and has 9" cannons. He's never had

a lame day in his life.

http://www.fieryrunfarm.com/

https://www.facebook.com/FieryRunFarm/

Fiery Run Farm

336 Welchville Rd.

Mannington, NJ 08079

(856) 279-9045

fieryrunfarm@att.net

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Photos © Carien Schippers/ImagEquine © David Adams/imaginequus


PC Donavan

Arabian (AHA)

Registration: AHR# 607961

DOB: 05/30/2003

Sire: Azh Naborr

Dam: GA Desert Shield

Owner: Jodi Tuft

Breeder: Susan Smith

Color: Gray

Height: 15.3H

Disciplines: Dressage,

Endurance

Stud Fee: Private Treaty

Available via: Fresh Cooled

SCID: Clear

CA: N/N

LFS: N/N

EVA: Unknown

PC Donavan is bred top and bottom for athletic ability. Both sides of his pedigree

boast athletes in all disciplines- including racing, dressage, and endurance.

His disposition is unbelievably trainable and kind. His structure is correct ,and his

powerful, free movement is made for performance!

He stood at stud for the first time in 2018. His semen has been tested at UC Davis

and has excellent motility.

See my website to read more about his fabulous pedigree of mostly Polish

descent.

http://www.extendinc.com/valleyhorsecenter/index.htm

Breeding Contact: Jodi Tuft

Valley Horse Center

4203 Rio Dixon RD

Dixon, CA 95620

(707) 688-1741

jodituft@hotmail.com

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Photos © Wojtek Kwiatkowsk & © Kelly Kenneally Photography


Pride Er Rih

Arabian (AHA)

Registration: AHR# 547242

DOB: 05/22/1997

Sire: *E H Adnan

Dam: Rapture Er Rih

Owner: Jodi Tuft

Breeder: Leoma Musil

Color: Chestnut

Height: 14.2H

Disciplines: Dressage

Stud Fee: Private Treaty

Available via: Live Cover

SCID: Clear

CA: N/N

LFS: N/N

EVA: Unknown

Pride Er Rih, a charsimatic Egyptian-related sire, exhibits outstanding dressage

movement. He has correct conformation for sport disciplines with a superb free

shoulder and displays lovely impulsion. Pride Er Rih is out of a race bred mare

and descended from a sire line of outstanding performance horses with jumping

and racing ability.

His foals follow the size of the dam and all inherit his fabulous, people-loving

temperament. Pride Er Rih is an engaging and athletic sire of winners in Sport

Horse in-Hand and other wins!

http://www.extendinc.com/valleyhorsecenter/index.htm

Breeding Contact: Jodi Tuft

Valley Horse Center

4203 Rio Dixon RD

Dixon, CA 95620

(707) 688-1741

jodituft@hotmail.com

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Photos © Kelly Kenneally Photography


Regalo C+

Arabian (AHA)

Registration: AHR*664907

DOB: 05/07/2014

Sire: Czantiago ++//

Dam: Remarkable C

Owner: Martin and Rusty Cook

Breeder: Martin or Rusty Cook

Color: Bay

Height: ???

Disciplines: Dressage & Sport Horse

in-Hand

Stud Fee: $1500

Booking Fee: $500

Available via: Shipped Cooled &

Frozen

SCID: Unknown

CA: N/CA (Carrier)

LFS: Unknown

EVA: Unknown

Breeding Contact: Rusty Cook

Caballos del Sol

3607 Sunstar Loop SW

Regalo C+ was named AHA National Champion 2-yr-old Arabian Stallion

In-Hand at the 2016 AHA Sport Horse Nationals. He has also accumulated

five AHA Regional Championships and three Reserve Championships In-

Hand in Dressage Type, Hunter Type, and ATH (handled by a teenage girl).

He was Reserve Champion Sport Horse Stallion at Scottsdale 2018 against

all ages. Regalo C+’s pedigree is Classical Spanish. He is sired by

Czantiago++//, who has multiple AHA National and Regional

Championships In-Hand and Under Saddle as well as in Working Hunter

and Jumpers, and Top Tens in Dressage. Remarkable C, dam of Regalo C+,

has produced five outstanding foals.

2019 will be Regalo C+'s first year at stud, and he is expected to produce

exceptional foals. Due to his training/showing schedule, semen may be

available only frozen, and his book will be limited. He is a CA carrier, so

all mares must be tested N/N.

Albuquerque, NM 87105-568

(505) 249-7586

rustycook4412@msn.com

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The Terminatorr+

Half-Arabian

Registrations: HAHR*1A334362

DOB: 06/04/1999

Sire: Azh Naborr (Arabian)

Dam: L'argent- GVHR (Hanoverian

AHS)

Owner: Dorann LaPerch

Breeder: Dorann LaPerch

Color: gray

Height: 16.0H

Disciplines: Dressage &

Sport Horse In-Hand

Stud Fee: Private Treaty

Available via: Shipped Cooled

Special stud fee for 2016 will

INCLUDE first shipment! No

Handling fees if subsequent

shipments are needed.

SCID: Clear

CA:N/N

Breeding Contact: Dorann LaPerch

Bonn-Fyre Farms/Training Center

7200 Walnut Canyon Road

Moorpark, CA 93021

(805) 529-7200

The Terminatorr+ Is a multiple AHA National Champion Half-Arabian Sport

Horse In Hand Stallion. He was sired by Azh Nabor, the top siring son of

*Naborr. Azh Naborr sired numerous champions, Endurance winners, and

international winners. Terminatorr+ is a full brother to Azh Naborrs

Gemini++ who is a three time U.S. National Top Ten winner.

His dam is the German Verband, Main Studbook Hanoverian

mare, L'argent. She earned enough points at her inspection that she could

have been presented for States Premium mare. L'argent has been a stellar

producer so far producing three AHA National winners (The

Terminatorr+, Azh Naborrs Gemini++ and Landesmeister). She has also

produced the multiple AHA Regional winning gelding Predatorr++.

The Terminatorr+ is proving to be an exceptional sire. His son Hermes

Echo++++// has amassed eight AHA National titles both In Hand and

Under Saddle. Hermes Echo’s three AHA National Top Tens under

saddle were earned in only his second show under saddle! Hermes Echo is

currently competing at 4th Level on the USDF Circuit and will debut at Prix St

George in 2018.

Terminatorr’s daughter, Hayate Domani in her only show was named AHA

Region II Reserve Champion Mare SHIH ATH and Top Five Open as a 2 year old.

He is consistently adding size and his incredible movement to his foals.

www.facebook.com/Bonn-Fyre-FarmsTraining-Center-571022559602050/

bonnfyrefarms@aol.com

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Hermes Echo+++/ 2008 gelding

(The Terminatorr+ x Echos Desire)

Photos © Suzanne Sturgill & © Heide Stover Photography


Tuxedo Thyme ABA++++//

Arabian (AHA)

Registration: AHR# 0612091

DOB: 04/14/2004

Sire: Pyro Thyme SA

Dam: SMA Alad Khelima

Owner: Barbara and Daniel Suvaka

Breeder: Barbara and Daniel Suvaka

Color: Black

Height: 15.1H

Disciplines: Dressage, Sport Horse In

Hand

Approvals: RPSI, OLD-GOV/Weser-

Ems, OLD-NA/ISR, AWS

Stud Fee: $2000 (Booking - $400)

($1500 reduced stud fee for proven

Warmblood show mares)

Available via: Shipped Cooled &

Frozen (US & CA only)

SCID: Clear

CA: N/N

LFS: N/N

EVA: Negative tested annually

Tuxedo Thyme ABA++++// has multiple accomplishments including four

National Championships: one for AHA SHN Sport Horse In Hand and three for

USEF Horse of the Year FEI Level Arabian Dressage. He competed successfully in

Dressage through Intermediare I in both all breed and Arabian competition. He

was awarded the USDF All Breeds Award for FEI Level Dressage in 2014. He has

a total of 16 AHA National Titles and 44 AHA Regional Titles across four different

AHA Regions

Tux has an AMAZING pedigree that can be viewed on his website showing

expanded versions with national origin and achievements outlined. There is also

a commentary on Tux and his pedigree done by Paul Husband.

. Tuxedo Thyme ABA++++// is passing on great conformation, athleticism,

beauty, and minds to his foals and is correcting a variety of traits in the mares

he's been bred to. As of 2017 he is a leading sire for AHA Sport Horse Nationals.

See the website for pictures and videos of his foals.

http://www.tuxedothyme.com

https://www.facebook.com/tuxedothyme/

Breeding Contact: Barb Suvaka

Absolutely Arabians, LLC

4030 West 6 1/2 Mile Road

Caledonia, WI 53108

(262) 880-1943

bsuvaka@yahoo.com

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Photos © Suzanne Sturgill & © Fire and Earth Photography


Twilight Solstice

Arabian (AHA)

Registration: AHR#670077

DOB: 07/07/2008

Sire: Solstice

Dam: Melody In Motion

Owner: Marie Chandler

Breeder: BMW Associates

Color: gray

Height: 15.2H

Disciplines: Dressage, Sport Horse

In-Hand

Stud Fee: Private Treaty

Available via: Shipped Cooled &

Live Cover

SCID: Clear

CA: N/N

LFS: N/N

EVA: Negative tested annually

Breeding Contact Marie Chandler

Rune Stone Ranch

Twilight Solstice is the youngest son of Solstice out of a Mallorca

daughter. His pedigree includes Salon, Spark, El Paso, Gdansk, Menes,

and Ramses Fayek. He is bred for performance with balanced

conformation and movement. He has great feet and legs with lots of

substance.

Look for Twilight Solstice’s debut under saddle. His first foal crop arrives

in 2019.

AHA Arabian Breeders Sweepstakes Nominated Stallion

AHA Region 14 Champion Arabian SHIH Hunter Type & Dressage Type

AHA Region 14 Champion Arabian SHIH Dressage Type ATH

AHA Region 14 Reserve Champion Arabian SHIH Hunter Type ATH

https://www.facebook.com/Rune-Stone-Ranch-116195641862407/

334 Hopkins Road

Cosby, TN 37722-2918

(865) 851-6058

runestoneranch@hotmail.com

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Photos © Z Camera & © Hannah Draughan Photography; additional photo courtesy of Marie Chandler


Waheed Al Azhaar RZ

Arabian (AHA)

Registration: AHR# 667747

DOB: 05/16/2015

Sire: Amer Azhaar

Dam: Desired Millicent

Owner: Roze Arabians Ltd.

Breeder: Roze Arabians Ltd.

Color: gray

Height: 15.1H

Disciplines: Dressage

Stud Fee: $1,500.00 LFG (frozen)

(or $500 per dose)

Available via Frozen in 2019

SCID: Clear

CA: N/N

LFS: N/N

EVA: Unknown

Breeding Contact: Angela White

Roze Arabians Ltd.

2055 N Market Street

Elizabethtown, Pennsylvania 17022

(717) 585-0855

rozearabians@gmail.com

Don’t sacrifice ~ you can have beauty & athleticism! Waheed Al Azhaar

RZ is a 2015 Straight Egyptian stallion. ‘Z’ comes from a long line of

proven producers and is beginning to prove himself with AHA Regional

Championships in SHIH earned against horses of all ages. Now in

dressage training at the prestigious Yellow Wood Dressage at Riveredge,

he’s proving to be incredibly intelligent and trainable.

Z’s sire, Amer Azhaar, was tragically lost as a 3YO, but not before he

won multiple AHA Regional titles in Sport Horse In-Hand and Halter. Z's

paternal grand sire is the international champion, Laheeb Al Nasser,

whose offspring are earning championships around the world.

Z’s dam, Desired Millicent, is a spectacular producer. Her 2018 foal by

the Oldenburg stallion, Finery, earned premium foal status and was

named site champion colt at the Old-NA inspection at Hilltop Farm. He

also won the Old-NA IBC at the Dressage at Devon Breed Show against

horses of all ages! Desired Millicent’s paternal grand sire was Thee

Desperado+, sire of an exceptional number of performance champions.

We expect Z to sire true to his prestigious pedigree, and we look

forward to discussing your mare.

http://www.rozearabians.com

https://www.facebook.com/WaheedAlAzhaar/

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Photos © Conklin & © Jennifer MacNeil


Zahin Haalim

Arabian (AHA)

Registration: AHR# 562045

DOB: 04/20/1999

Sire: Makhsous

Dam: Fakiha

Owner: Jodi Tuft

Breeder: Windamere Arabians

Color: Gray

Height: 15.1H

Disciplines: Western Dressage,

Extreme Cowboy Race

Stud Fee: Private Treaty

Available via: Live Cover

SCID: Clear

CA: N/N

LFS: N/N

EVA: Unknown

Zahin Haalim, a Straight Egyptian,100% Gleannloch bred stallion, has outstanding

bone, body, and a bold temperament. Triple Sameh in his pedigree provided a

guarantee for athletic ability and brains! His smooth gaits made this boy a natural

for Western Dressage, and he did very well (at mostly unrated shows) before an

injury sidelined him.

Zahin Haalim also excelled at Extreme Cowboy Races where he represented the

Arabian breed very well with his beauty and athletic ability! His foals have

excellent temperaments, good bone, and correct conformation.

http://www.extendinc.com/valleyhorsecenter/index.htm

Breeding Contact: Jodi Tuft

Valley Horse Center

4203 Rio Dixon RD

Dixon, CA 95620

(707) 688-1741

jodituft@hotmail.com

Photos © Kelly Kenneally Photography & © Rousseau

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Zeus MR+

Arabian (AHA)

Registration: 585409

DOB: 05/08/2001

Sire: JS Padronov

Dam: MSN Zamia

Owner: : Karen or James Ernst

Breeder: Karen or James Ernst

Color: gray (heterozygous)

Height: 14.3H

Disciplines: Jumpers, Eventing

Stud Fee: $750.00 (1st semen

collection included in stud fee)

Available via: Shipped Cooled

SCID: Clear

CA: N/N

LFS: unknown

EVA unknown

Breeding Contact: Karen Ernst

Mystic Ranch Arabians

13989 Beskeen Road

Herald, CA 95638

Zeus MR has multiple AHA National Top Tens in Jumpers and SHIH. He is an

Arabian Breeder Sweepstakes Nominated sire so his foals are eligible to show

in the $10,000 ABS Yearling Sport Horse in Hand, $15,000 ABS Young Dressage

Horse and $15,000 ABS Green Hunter Derby classes at AHA’s Sport Horse

Nationals.

Zeus MR comes from a long line of champion sport horses.

https://www.facebook.com/MysticRanchZeusMR/

mysticrch@gmail.com

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Photo © Carol Mingst; additional photo courtesy of Karen Ernst


FARM PROFILE LISTINGS

Absolutely Arabians LLC………….……………………………………………………………………………. 90

An Tearmann Arabians…………………………………………………………………………………………. 90

Bella Via Arabian Sport Horses………………………………………………………………………………. 91

Bonn-Fyre Farms & Training Center………………………………………………………………………. 92

Cara Blanchard Training, Inc. ……………………………………………..………………………………… 93

Faerie Court Farm………………………………………………………………………………………………… 94

Fiery Run Farm……………………………………………………………………………………………………. 95

Golden Essence+++// stands at Classic Arabians……………………………………………………. 96

Golden Oak Arabians & Warmbloods…………………………………………………………………….. 97

Kerrigan Bloodstock…………………………………………………………………………………………….. 98

Maneghi Meadows Farms……………………….……………………………………………………….…… 99

Moss Rose Farm…………………………………………………………………………………………………. 100

Oak Knoll Sporthorses…………………………………………………………………..…………….…….… 101

Roze Arabians Ltd…………………………………………………………………………………………….…. 102

Showbiz Farm………………………………………………………………………………………………….….. 103

Stone Hollow Sport Horses……………………………………………………………………………….….. 104

Sunhaven Sport Horses…………………………………………………….……………………………….…. 105

Windy Creek Arabians..…………………………………………………………………………….………….. 106

WineGlass Farm……………………………………………………………………………………….………….. 107

Woodland Stallion Station……………………………………………………………………………….……. 108


Absolutely Arabians, LLC

(Caledonia, WI)

Sport Horse Disciplines:

Dressage

In-hand

Performance Horses for Sale?

Yes

Stallion(s) At Stud?

Yes

Youngstock For Sale?

Yes

Absolutely Arabians, LLC is a small Arabian horse breeding farm located

in southeastern Wisconsin. Our goal is to produce beautiful and athletic

Arabians and Half Arabians through quality breeding.

The main focus of our breeding program is our beautiful Multi National

Champion Black Arabian Stallion Tuxedo Thyme ABA++++// . Tux has four

AHA National Championships in Sport Horse In-Hand and FEI Level

Dressage proving he has great conformation and is very athletic. He has

also won the USDF All Breeds Award for FEI Level Dressage. In total Tux

has won 16 AHA National Titles and 44 AHA Regional Titles in Arabian

Halter, Sport Horse In Hand, Sport Horse Show Hack and Dressage.

In addition to Tux, we also have several mares that we are focusing on

breeding for Sport Horse disciplines. One is a full sister to Tux named

Essence of Thyme ABA.

Breeding Stock For Sale?

Sometimes

Training Offered?

No

Contact:

Barb Suvaka

4030 West 6 1/2 Mile Road

Caledonia, WI 53108

(262) 880-1943

bsuvaka@yahoo.com

Website:

http://www.tuxedothyme.com

Additional Link:

www.facebook.com/tuxedothyme

Tuxedo Thyme ABA++++// 2004 stallion

(Pyro Thyme SA x SMA Alad Khelima)

Velvet Tuxedo 2015 Arabian filly

(Tuxedo Thyme ABA x Sun-Kist Mekisha

Photos © Suzanne Sturgill &© Fire and Earth Photography 90


An Tearmann Arabians

(Lodi, WI)

Sport Horse Disciplines:

Dressage

Western Dressage

In-hand

SHUS and/or SHSH

Performance Horses for Sale?

Yes

Stallion(s) At Stud?

An Tearmann Arabians is located in the rolling hills of south central Wisconsin

near Lodi. Our goal is produce Arabian Horses with great conformation and

willing dispositions utilizing primarily Crabbet/Al-Marah blood lines. All of our

Broodmares have proven themselves in the show ring with numerous AHA

Regional Championships and AHA National Titles.

Since the farms inception in 2009, we have started competing with our foals

and have achieved many AHA National and Regional championships in hand.

Our first foal crops have already begun to distinguish themselves in the show

ring including National Championships in Sport Horse in Hand, on the rail and

in the dressage court. Our small group of foals are well suited for dressage

(both English and Western), hunters, eventers, endurance, working western or

just great riding horses.

Now that our stallions, Ar-Raqis++++// and CommandperformaceAT+, have

proven themselves in the show arena, we will be standing them at stud.

Yes

Youngstock For Sale?

Yes

Breeding Stock For Sale?

Sometimes

Training Offered?

Yes

Contact:

Jennifer Hamilton and Tim Schaap

8256 Kruchten Road

Lodi, WI 53555

(608) 643-4845

info@antearmannarabians.com

Website:

https://www.facebook.com/AnTear

mannArabian.LLC/

Photos © Don Stine & © Suzanne Sturgill 91


Bella Via

(Wellington, NV)

Sport Horse Disciplines:

Dressage

Endurance

In-hand

SHUS and/or SHSH

Performance Horses for Sale?

Sometimes

Stallion(s) At Stud?

Bella Via is dedicated to producing beautiful, sound minded athletes that are a

pleasure to live with & ride.

Starting with CMK breeding & soon discovering the wonderful Classical Spanish

horses, we concentrate on these bloodlines for their soundness of mind &

body, their true Arabian type, both in looks & in that cherished “in the tent”

disposition. Breeding since 1982 Victoria has been dedicated to maintaining

the athleticism, soundness, disposition and type that are the hallmark of the

Arabian breed. Her first breeding produced Raphyre who went on to finish the

famed Tevis Cup ride three times. Continuing to the present day with careful

selection of the horses we choose to incorporate into our program, we actively

compete in dressage & endurance & have prospects coming along who have

promise of careers in both of these fields as well as over fences.

Yes

Youngstock For Sale?

Sometimes

Breeding Stock For Sale?

Yes

Training Offered?

No

Contact:

Victoria Alexander-Cushman

63 Sharon Dr

Wellington, NV

(775) 781-2444

victoria@bellaviaarabians.com

Website:

http://www.bellaviaarabians.com/

Photos provided by Victoria Alexander-Cushman

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Bonn-Fyre Farms

(Moorpark, CA)

Sport Horse Disciplines:

Hunters, Dressage, Endurance,

Western Dressage, In-Hand, and

SHUS and/or SHSH

Performance Horses for Sale?

Yes

Stallion(s) At Stud?

Bonn-Fyre Farms/Training Center is a full service breeding and training facility that

has been breeding, training, and showing AHA National Winning Arabian and Half-

Arabian Sport Horses since 1982.

We offer training programs tailored to our clients’ and horses’ needs, We

encourage our owners to participate with their horses in every aspect of their

training and showing. We really enjoy working with our amateur owners.

Our focus in breeding has been to produce horses with superb character,

disposition, work ethic, as well as outstanding athletic ability and conformation.

Our Warmblood crosses are bred with the goal of them being highly competitive

on the open circuit in addition to the Arabian breed shows. We allow our young

horses plenty of time to fully mature before their riding career begins (usually at

age 5). This along with excellent breeding contributes to long performance

careers. We currently have several horses competing at USDF shows at the FEI

Levels. We have been breeding Warmblood crosses now for 26 years. We are

having great success with them as well as the second generations of the cross, the

3/4 Arabian 1/4 Hanoverian.

We stand several stallions here at the farm - the Pure Polish, 6 time AHA National

Top Ten Sport Horse Stallion Elikzir++/, AHA U.S National Champion and National

Producer-The Terminatorr+ (Hanoverian cross), 10 time AHA U.S. National Top Ten

LA Legacy In Black+++//, our Pure Polish- and 5 time AHA U.S. National Top Ten

Karnavaal++. We offer on farm breeding and Transported Semen.

We always have top quality, National Caliber horses available.

Yes

Youngstock For Sale?

Yes

Breeding Stock For Sale?

Yes

Training Offered?

Yes

Contact:

Dorann LaPerch

7200 Walnut Canyon Road

Moorpark, CA 93021

bonnfyrefarms@aol.com

Website:

www.facebook.com/Bonn-Fyre-

FarmsTraining-Center-

571022559602050/

Photos © Suzanne Sturgill & © Heide Stover Photography;

additional photo provided by Bonn Fyre Farms

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Cara Blanchard Training, Inc.

(Eustis, FL)

Sport Horse Disciplines:

Dressage

Performance Horses for Sale?

No

Stallion(s) At Stud?

By Private Treaty

Cara’s love of horses became evident at a young age. She has always

soaked up any equine related knowledge available to her. Since day

one, she has spent countless hours in the barn and the arena.

She firmly believes that the best lessons are taught directly from the

horse. Cara’s teaching and training methods are based upon being a

translator for each horse to better help their humans understand

them and their specific needs. The natural beauty of classical

dressage has helped her in doing so. Cara earned her USDF Gold

Medal on her Arabian stallion, SoHos Southwind++/ (aka “Steele”).

At Cara Blanchard Training we offer a safe, enjoyable and

educational environment for students of all ages and experience

levels. We are excited to offer a variety of programs, from private

lessons, to clinics, clubs and camps.

All of our lesson horses have been professionally trained and meet

our strict safety standards. They are pleasant to work with and truly

enjoy their jobs as teachers and ambassadors. They look forward to

the time they spend with their students. We teach young and young

at heart how to relax and enjoy these beautiful creatures. We offer

many different learning opportunities and tailor our lessons to each

rider’s specific needs.

Youngstock For Sale?

No

Breeding Stock For Sale?

No

Training Offered?

Yes

Contact:

Cara Blanchard Kilbourne

22200 Lake Seneca Road

Eustis, FL

(352) 406-8199

CaraBlanchardTraining@gmail.com

Website:

http://www.CaraBlanchardTraining.com

Additional Link:

http://www.Facebook.com/teamcbt

Photos © Photos by Furey & courtesy Cara Blanchard 94


Faerie Court Farm

(Vergennes,VT)

Sport Horse Disciplines:

Dressage

Eventing

In-Hand

Performance Horses For Sale?

Yes

Faerie Court Farm is a small breeding program located in beautiful Addison

County Vermont. The first generation of Faerie Court Farm bred foals are now

demonstrating their trainability and athleticism under saddle. As a breeding

farm, the primary focus is on breeding, raising, and training with participation

in clinics, schooling shows, and rated sport disciplines venues.

Our home-bred Arabian stallion, FCF Oberons Vanity, is the highest scoring

Arabian-bred stallion ever presented at the North American 70 day Stallion

Performance Test where he exhibited impressive performance aptitude for

both dressage and eventing topped off by exceptional interior scores. He is

being carefully developed as an upper level dressage horse and competes in

the highly competitive USDF Region 8.

Faerie Court Farm’s breeding horses are selected for soundness of mind and

body and for clear talent for dressage and/or jumping from CMK lineages with

generations of purpose breeding for high rideabiliy, soundness, longevity, and

sport discipline ability.

Sport horse breeding requires dedication to a long term vision; we are

committed to continuing to improve upon a solid foundation of generations of

Arabians purpose bred for athleticism and trainability. Please feel free to

contact us for more information about our quality prospects and well-started

horses.

Stallion(s) At Stud?

Yes

Youngstock For Sale?

Yes

Breeding Stock For Sale?

Sometimes

Training Offered?

No

Contact:

Dawn Jones-Low

683 South Middlebrook Road

Vergennes, VT 05491

(802) 989-3562

info@faeriecourtfarm.com

Website:

http://www.faeriecourtfarm.com

Additional Link:

facebook.com/FaerieCourtFarmSport

Horses

Photos © Dawn Jones-Low, © Kimmy Risser, & © Hoof Print Images 95


Fiery Run Farm

(Mannington, NJ)

Sport Horse Disciplines:

Dressage, Hunters, In-hand,

SHUS and/or SHSH

Performance Horses for Sale?

Yes

Stallion(s) At Stud?

Yes

Youngstock For Sale?

Yes

Fiery Run Farm has been breeding beautiful athletes for nearly three decades.

Among the stars bred by the farm are FR Hercules (Beau Nuit x Sasha Bay), FR

Amir (Flyinge Amiral x Destinctive Miss), and Solara Flare (Landkoenig x Sasha

Bay).

The farm stands Pavvo (*Erros x Khassiopeia) who garnered 8s across the

board from Hanoverian inspector, Barbara Richardson, during his A.R.A.B.S.

inspection. He is producing tall, typey, big bodied babies with super gaits.

Breeding Stock For Sale?

Yes

Training Offered?

No

Contact:

Linda Carroll

336 Welchville Rd.

Mannington, NJ

(856) 279-9045

fieryrunfarm@att.net

Website:

http://www.fieryrunfarm.com/

Additional Link:

www.facebook.com/FieryRunFarm/

Photo © Carien Schippers/ImagEquine. additional photos provided by Linda Carroll 96


Golden Essence++++// standing@ Classic Arabians (Georgetown,DE)

Sport Horse Disciplines:

Dressage

In-hand

Performance Horses for Sale?

Yes

Stallion(s) At Stud?

We proudly stand the Arabian stallion, Golden Essence++++// whose pedigree

is full of champions including his Scottsdale Champion sire, Klassic Shaklin, and

his regional champion dam, SA Patrushka, plus World Champion grandsire,

Abdullahhh, and renowned ancestors like Padron, Bask, Aladdinn, El Shaklan,

and Khemosabi.

Golden Essence++++// is a true representative of the versatile Arabian Breed He

is a multi Regional and National Champion with 5 AHA National and 28 AHA

Regional Titles. He has won championships in Sport Horse In-Hand under both

Hunter judges and Dressage judges. Golden Essence++++// aka Dusty has

earned 2018 USEF Leading Half Arabian Sire -Ranking #2 in the Country! This is

Dusty's fourth consecutive year! Many of his offspring have proven his value as

a sire by earning championships in hand and as performance horses in dressage

and over fences. Please contact us for more information about breeding or

about offspring that are available for sale.

Yes

Youngstock For Sale?

Yes

Breeding Stock For Sale?

Sometimes

Training Offered?

Yes

Contact:

Margie & Grayce McLaughlin

20059 Shingle Point Rd

Georgetown, DE 19947

(302) 228-9537

mybluedoll@aol.com

Website:

http://www.facebookgoldenessence/

Photos provided by Grayce and Margie McLaughlin 97


Golden Oak Arabians & Warmbloods (Sacramento, CA)

Sport Horse Disciplines:

Dressage

Endurance

Hunters

In-hand

Golden Oaks Arabians & Warmbloods is a small breeding program nestled in the

foothills of Northern California. Denise Cossuto & Tamara Torti share a passion

for producing Arabian bred sport horses with the amateur owner in

mind. Coming from endurance & dressage backgrounds their vision is unique,

and the resulting foals have been even better than we had dreamed.

The foundation of the program is our mares. The Hanoverian approved

Arabian, Caraechstrodinair, is our cornerstone mare; she continually produces

foals that exceed our expectations. She is the only Arabian mare to receive a

"10" at a Hanoverian Inspection and produce a Top Foal at an Inspection. Her

offspring are just now making their way into the show ring with AHA National

and Regional Championships in SHIH, SHUS & Dressage. Her Champion offspring

include Excepchanel & Magicaul Powers with Landinair, French Rivi Aira GOA &

Wild Ivy GOA waiting in the wings.

Our Arabian-bred and Warmblood mares are selected for characteristics that

lend themselves to producing horses well suited for endurance &

dressage. Good minds and trainability are high on our list, along with correct

gaits that show the expression needed to be competitive at the open shows &

on the endurance trails. We always try to have young prospects for sale and

sometimes have riding horses or mares available.

Performance Horses for Sale?

Yes

Stallion(s) At Stud?

No

Youngstock For Sale?

Yes

Breeding Stock For Sale?

Yes

Training Offered?

No

Contact:

Tamara Torti or Denise Cossuto

PO Box 255512

Sacramento, CA. 95865

(916) 300-5144

d.cossuto@gmail.com

Website:

http://www.goldenoakarabiansandwarmbl

oods.com/

Photos © Tamara with the Camera

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Kerrigan Bloodstock

(Eureka, CA)

Sport Horse Disciplines:

Dressage

Endurance

In-hand

SHUS and/or SHSH

Performance Horses for Sale?

Sometimes

Stallion(s) At Stud?

Yes

Youngstock For Sale?

Breeding Superior Arabian Sport Horses and Shagya-Arabians

For over 40 years Kerrigan Bloodstock has strived to develop an Arabian horse

for the sport horse world. We are producing superior Arabian bred sport

horses from the fourth generation of our breeding program including both

Arabians and Shagya-Arabians.

The senior stallion at Kerrigan Bloodstock is KB Omega Fahim++++//, a blue

black purebred Arabian. He is a highly accomplished FEI dressage champion

(open and Arabian) with 4 AHA National Titles and 4 USDF National Titles. He is

passing his superior qualities to all his foals with many champion offspring

including his Half-Arabian daughter, KB Jull Fahim, who is also an FEI Dressage

Champion.

KB Omega Fahim++++// is a North American Shagya-Arabian Society, Inc.

approved stallion for Shagya-Arabian breeding.

Yes

Breeding Stock For Sale?

Yes

Training Offered?

No

Contact:

Elaine Kerrigan

1479 Freshwater Rd.

Eureka, CA 95503

(707) 443-0215

fahim@humboldt1.com

Website:

http://www.kerriganbloodstock.com/

Photos © Suzanne Sturgill & © Don Stine

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Maneghi Meadows Farm

(Belleville, IL)

Sport Horse Disciplines:

Dressage

Carriage Pleasure Driving

Performance Horses for Sale?

Sometimes

Stallion(s) At Stud?

Yes

Youngstock For Sale?

Sometimes

Maneghi Meadows Farm is the proud owner of the black, Al Khamsa

Arabian stallion MM Amali Shetan. His get includes three time AHA

National Champion Sport Horse In-Hand, MM American Pi++++// who

achieved his Legion of Masters and Legion of Excellence awards at 5 years

of age; and 2016 AHA Region 11 Champion Yearling filly, MM Omorose

Kanika.

Shetan has received multiple National and Regional level titles, through

3rd Level Dressage, receiving more National titles than any other

Egyptian heritage stallion, in 2013. In 2014, Shetan and amateur owner

Sue Schultz received their bronze medal, through the United States

Dressage Federation. Shetan is available to breed to limited, approved

mares, through shipped cooled semen, LFG

Breeding Stock For Sale?

No

Training Offered?

No

Contact:

Sue Schultz

4512 Boyd Road

Belleville, IL

(618) 476-7618

maneghi@gmail.com

Website:

maneghimeadowsfarm.shutterfly.com/

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Moss Rose Farm

(Kuna,ID)

Sport Horse Disciplines:

Dressage, Western Dressage,

In-hand, SHUS and/or SHSH

Performance Horses For Sale?

Sometimes

Stallion(s) At Stud?

Moss Rose Farm is a boutique Arabian breeding farm with a select number of

high quality mares used to produce national and international quality foals for

a variety of disciplines, . We have a diverse broodmare band with strengths

that complement each other. Daughters of Desperado V, Jullyen El Jamaal, ZT

Marwteyn, El Nabila B, Shah Azim, and Georgio AF. Who are out of daughters

of Ali Jamaal, Psymadre, Marwan Al Shaqab, Kaiyoum, and SR Nadom. By

traveling to see stallions in person and breeding programs, Elizabeth has been

able to establish her vision of the ideal Arabian.

2018 was our first year of focusing primarily on competing in sport horse

disciplines. Two of our foundation mares, and four homebred foals were

actively shown in 2018 with our sport horse results being: 1 AHA National

Champion PB Yearling Filly SHIH, USEF Reserve National Champion Arabian

Training Level Dressage, USDF All Breeds Reserve Champion Arabian Training

Level, 4 AHA National Top Tens in Training Level Dressage, 3 AHA National Top

Tens in SHIH, USEF Regional Champion Arabian Training Level, 5 AHA Regional

Championships in Training Level Dressage, 3 AHA Regional Championships in

SHUS/Show Hack, 1 AHA Regional Championship in SHIH, 1 AHA Regional

Reserve Championship in SHUS/Show Hack, 4 AHA Regional Reserve Champion

SHIH, 1 AHA Regional Top Five in Western Dressage Intro, USEF Regional Top

Three SHIH, 4 AHA Regional Top Fives in SHIH, 2 1st places at Scottsdale Show

in Training Level Dressage, Top Ten Scottsdale Show in SHUS, and multiple 1sts

on the open dressage circuit at Training Level.

No

Youngstock For Sale?

Yes

Breeding Stock For Sale?

Sometimes

Training Offered?

No

Contact:

Elizabeth Jensen

4925 E Kiwi Ct

Kuna, ID 83635

(310) 365-5175

mossrosefarmllc@gmail.com

Website:

http://www.mossrosefarm.com/

We usually have at least one or two sales horses available ranging from to

weanlings to proven show horses, to broodmares.

Photos © Don Stine & © Nancy Pierce Photography 101


Oak Knoll Sporthorses

(Corona, CA)

Sport Horse Disciplines:

Show Jumping

Dressage

Endurance

Performance Horses for Sale?

Sometimes

Stallion(s) At Stud?

Yes

Oak Knoll Sporthorses is home of the imported Shagya-Arabian

stallion, *KS Rubin. Breeding purebred Shagya-Arabian horses for high

performance in Endurance, Dressage and Show Jumping.

Youngstock For Sale?

Sometimes

Breeding Stock For Sale?

Sometimes

Training Offered?

No

Contact:

Katherine Voyer

12672 Limonite., #530

Corona, CA 92880

kbv@me.com

Website:

http://www.ksrubin.com

Additional Link:

https://www.facebook.com/KSRubin1/

Photo © GenieSS, Inc. additional photos provided by Katherine Voyer

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Roze Arabians Ltd.

(Elizabethtown, PA)

Sport Horse Disciplines:

Dressage

In-hand

SHUS and/or SHSH

Performance Horses For Sale?

Sometimes

Roze Arabians Ltd. grew out of my personal love and admiration for the

Egyptian Arabian as a versatile performance horse. They are highly

trainable and their ‘in your tent personality’ leads to their desire to be a

great partner in any under saddle discipline. We have chosen to focus

on Dressage where our horses’ athletic talent and intelligence can shine.

The Egyptian has developed into more than just a beautiful horse to be

shown on the line. Modern Egyptians have proven themselves to be

wonderful trail mounts, capable jumpers and loving family horses who

know how to take care of the youngest family members. The ability and

desire to bond with their human counterparts is truly innate within the

breed. The ancestors of today’s Egyptians lived alongside their owners

in the tents and pavilions of the Bedouin people. These early horses

were bred to be fierce in battle, yet gentle and tractable in the stable. I

believe these qualities of bravery and trainability are what make the

modern Egyptian the perfect mount for anyone looking to have a long

and trusted relationship with their equine partner.

I founded Roze Arabians Ltd. with the intent to produce Egyptian

Arabians who possess all the qualities of their ancestors and with talent

and durability to meet the demands of today’s sport horse enthusiasts.

We strive to find horses that are versatile and able to excel in multiple

disciplines Arabian was originally intended and incorporate them into

our breeding program. Visit our website to see full details of our

program.

Stallion(s) At Stud?

Yes

Youngstock For Sale?

Sometimes

Breeding Stock For Sale?

Sometimes

Training Offered?

No

Contact:

Angela White

2055 N. Market Street

Elizabethtown, PA 17022

(717) 585-0855

rozearabians@gmail.com

Website:

http://www.rozearabians.com/

https://www.facebook.com/rozearabi

ansltd/

UPDATE Photos © Tracey Kelsey Photography; © Jennifer MacNeill Photography

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Showbiz Farm

(South Prince George, VA)

Sport Horse Disciplines:

Hunter/Jumpers

Eventing

In-hand

Performance Horses for Sale?

Sometimes

Stallion(s) At Stud?

Showbiz Farm is a small private hunter/jumper farm located in the heart of

Central Virginia. Our mission is dedicated to breeding and developing highly

specialized individuals competitive at ‘A’ rated levels for performance in

Hunter/Jumpers, Hunter Breeding, Dressage Breeding and Sport Horse In-Hand.

With over 40 years experience, our horses have AHA National Championships in

the Jumper Ring and four Top Ten Sport Horse In-Hand Titles at the Arabian and

Half Arabian Sport Horse Nationals; USDF Dressage Breeding Mature

Mare/Mature Horse Champions with USDF Great American Breeders

Championship Series Qualifier for Dressage at Devon; 3rd at Sallie B

Wheeler/USEF Hunter Breeding National Championships; ribbons at the

prestigious Upperville Colt and Horse Show and Warrenton Horse Show and

many other breed and rated shows.

All breeding stock is presented for inspection with various German Verbands

such as RPSI/Westfalen NA and Oldenburg-GOV. Our mares are RPSI/Westfalen

NA Mare Book 1 with Gold Premium status approved for breeding, offspring

have received gold and silver foal awards.

We strive to create and develop horses at their own pace who love to perform

and be enjoyed for a lifetime

No

Youngstock For Sale?

Sometimes

Breeding Stock For Sale?

Sometimes

Training Offered?

No

Contact:

Shayna Dolinger

916 Butler Branch Rd

South Prince George, VA 23805 (804)

898-4668

sdolinger@aol.com

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Stone Hollow Sport Horses

(Johnstown, PA)

Sport Horse Disciplines:

Working Hunter

Eventingg

In-hand

SHUS and/or SHSH

Performance Horses for Sale?

Sometimes

Stallion(s) At Stud?

No

Stone Hollow Sport Horses is located in the Laurel Highlands of Western

Pennsylvania, 70 miles east of Pittsburgh. The team is led by trainer, Beth

Thomas. With over 30 years experience in the hunter and jumper

industry, Beth specializes in training Arabian and Half-Arabian working

hunters, sport horses, and eventers. Board and training packages are

immediately available. Showing is not mandatory, but Stone Hollow

regularly attends rated Arabian shows, local hunter shows, schooling

shows, and mini-trials. Amenities at the farm include 20 stalls, grooming

areas, wash stalls, indoor arena, outdoor arena, grass schooling field, and

ample turnout. Board and training includes full service care with feeding,

turnout, blanketing, farrier and vet assistance, specialized

supplements/care, weekly lessons, and multiple training sessions per

week for horses in training.

Youngstock For Sale?

No

Breeding Stock For Sale?

No

Training Offered?

Yes

Contact:

Beth Thomas

283 Stone Hollow Road

Johnstown, PA 15905

(814) 243-4386

spike25156@yahoo.com

Website:

www.facebook.com/Stone-Hollow-

Sport-Horses-154679314574448/

Photos © Robert Gainey 105


Sunhaven Sport Horses

(Pasco, WA)

Sport Horse Disciplines:

Dressage

Western Dressage

In-Hand

SHUS and/or SHSH

Performance Horses for Sale?

Yes

Stallion(s) At Stud?

No

Youngstock For Sale?

Yes

Our Farm Stallion, Aulways Magic++++// (Aul Magic+/ x Aur Silver Myst)

produces stock with a pre-disposition to excel in dressage and sport horse

related disciplines. We have a range of horses in age and development for sale.

Breeding Stock For Sale?

Yes

Training Offered?

No

Contact:

Hank and Tracy Oliver

2912 N Road 92

Pasco, WA 99301

509-948-2012

tracy@pascovets.com

Website:

http://www.sunhavensporthorses.com/

https://www.facebook.com/SunhavenSpor

tHorses/

Photos © Rob Hess Photo

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Windy Creek Arabians

(Henderson, NC)

Sport Horse Disciplines:

Working Hunter

Dressage

In-hand

Performance Horses for Sale?

Yes

Stallion(s) At Stud?

Yes

Youngstock For Sale?

Founded in 2000, we are a family run farm primarily focused on breeding

Arabian, Anglo-Arabian, and Half-Arabians for the sport horse disciplines.

Windy Creek Arabians stands the 2006 AWS approved Arabian stallion,

Hy Wynds+ (HG Esquire+ x TY Lillie Bey).

Please contact us if you have any questions about our breeding program

or inquiries regarding available horses.

.

Yes

Breeding Stock For Sale?

Yes

Training Offered?

No

Contact:

Donald or Angie Williby

20 Puckett Trail

Henderson, NC 27537

(252) 915-0250

windycreek@embarqmail.com

Website:

http://www.windycreekarabians.com/

Additional Link:

https://www.facebook.com/Windycreekarabians/

Photos © Windy Creek Arabians

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WineGlass Farm

(Noble, IL)

Sport Horse Disciplines:

Dressage, Competitive Trail, Endurance,

In-hand, Novice Competitive Trail

Mentors

Performance Horses for Sale?

Yes

Stallion(s) At Stud?

WineGlass Farm has been dedicated to the equine business for over 40 years. As

natural athletes WineGlass horses have cross-discipline backgrounds ranging from

polocrosse, distance riding, dressage, jumping and even some calf roping and

reining! Our foundation mares have been performance tested with a minimum of

500 distance riding miles. Soundness, trainability, willing attitude and competitive

ability are genetically determined – all criteria we have used to select our

broodmares.

The addition of our Shagya-Arabian stallion *Budapest in 1990 complemented our

foundation mares’ genetic potential. *Budapest brought excellent bone, frame,

movement and personality to the WineGlass program. Today *Budapest progeny

offer the same qualities of toughness, stamina, rideability and courage that made

the ShA horses admired and desired so many years ago on the famous military stud

farms of the Austro-Hungarian Empire. *Budapest is one of the few ShA stallions in

the U.S. to have easily completed the stallion performance standards established by

the International Shagya-Arabian Society (ISG). *Budapest is still the only purebred

Shagya-Arabian stallion to receive USDF All-Breed recognition.

WineGlass Farm has made one of the biggest importations of new genetics for the

US Shagya-Arabian breed in decades. Frozen semen from four outstanding

European stallions is now in the US. The purebred Arabian Russian racing stallion

Pagur has a limited number of doses available. He is approved for Shagya-Arabian,

Austrian WB, Arabian and Trakehner breeding. Doses of the dynamic Shagya-

Arabian stallion Dartan offers completely new ShA genetics to the US & Canada in

addition to an excellent sporthorse choice for Arabian mares.

Yes

Youngstock For Sale?

Yes

Breeding Stock For Sale?

Yes

Training Offered?

No

Contact:

Linda Rudolphi

281 Ruby Road

Noble, IL 62868

(618) 752-7181

wineglassfarm1@gmail.com

Website:

http://www.wineglassfarm.com/

Additional Link:

www.performanceshagyaregistry.org/

Dartan

Pagur

Photos © Màrt, © KreativFoto.dk, &© Doto

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Woodland Stallion Station

(Woodland,CA)

Sport Horse Disciplines:

Dressage

Performance Horses For Sale?

Sometimes

Stallion(s) At Stud?

,

Woodland Stallion Station is an Equestrian Center located just minutes from the

Sacramento Airport in Woodland, CA. Founded in 1983, the Station originally

designed as a reproductive center has grown into a premier boarding, training, and

show venue. Owner Keila Golden is a lifelong Arabian enthusiast currently showing

in sport horse classes in AHA Region 3.

WSS hosts multiple rated events including USEA Horse Trials, hunter/jumper and

dressage shows, driving events, warmblood inspections, and numerous clinics and

demonstrations throughout the year.

Woodland Stallion Station is home to two trainers: USDF Silver Medalist Susan

Garmier and USDF Bronze Medalist Amanda Jarose, who offer lessons and training

in Dressage, Hunters, Jumpers, and Eventing. Both trainers have a warm,

encouraging style and develop lasting friendships with their clients.

WSS is developing a sport horse breeding program, utilizing the incomparable Grand

Prix dressage stallion KB Omega Fahim++++// and the American Hanoverian

studbook approved Al Khamsa Arabian mare DC Reata.

Stallions enjoy box stalls with fans, lights, and automatic fly sprayers, with daily

turnout in private, tree-lined paddocks. Larry Haas, who has been at WSS for 25

years, oversees all collection and transport, as well as foaling out mares with the

help of the FoalAlert system.

With 101 gently rolling acres surrounded by the vineyards, olive, and almond

orchards of rural Yolo County, our grounds are private, quiet, and uniquely

beautiful, breathtaking views. Staff live onsite and are always eager to give tours!

Yes

Youngstock For Sale?

Sometimes

Breeding Stock For Sale?

Sometimes

Training Offered?

Yes

Contact:

Keila Golden

34270 County Rd 20

Woodland, California 95695

(530) 505-1090

keila@woodlandstallion.com

Website:

http://www.woodlandstallion.com/

Photos© Tamara with the Camera, © Grey Horse Photography, and courtesy Keila Golden

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FARM MEMBERS

Victoria Alexander-Cushman Farm Member

Wellington, NV

Bella Via LLC

victoria@bellaviaarabians.com

Mark Cushman Farm Member

Wellington, NV

Bella Via LLC

longtrottr@yahoo.com

Horse Disciplines Performance Test Studbook Approvals

Graciella BV

( Dreamcatcher Rabulaun X Esperanza NS )

Dressage

Arabian Mare Bay 5/28/2009

Obrigado BV

(FCF Oberons Vanity X SW Bendita Brahima)

Arabian Stallion Gray 4/28/2017

Young Prospect

Sport Horse In-Hand

Cara Blanchard Kilbourne Farm Member

Eustis, FL

Cara Blanchard Training, Inc.

CaraBlanchardTraining@gmail.com

Matt Kilbourne Farm Member

Eustis, FL

Cara Blanchard Training, Inc.

Southernairedesigns@gmail.com

Horse Disciplines Performance Test Studbook Approvals

So Hos Southwind++/

( Soho Carol X HW Egyptian Art )

Arabian Stallion Gray 5/5/2002

Dressage

Sport Horse In-Hand

Linda Carroll

Pavvo

Farm Member

Mannington, NJ

Fiery Run Farm Member

fieryrunFarm Member@att.net

Horse Disciplines Performance Test Studbook Approvals

( *Erros X Khassiopeia )

Arabian Stallion Gray 4/24/1994

Dressage

Jumpers

A.R.A.B.S.

Danielle Casalett Farm Member

Herald, CA

Mystic Ranch Arabians

Dac1407@hotmail.com

Karen Ernst Farm Member

Herald, CA

Mystic Ranch Arabians

mysticrch@gmail.com

Horse Disciplines Performance Test Studbook Approvals

Aurora MR+++//

( JS Padronov X El Disar Eve )

Arabian Mare Chestnut 5/11/1998

Zeus MR+

( JS Padronov X MSN Zamia )

Arabian Stallion Gray 5/8/2001

Western Dressage

Dressage

Jumpers

Eventing

Marie Chandler

Twilight Solstice

( Solstice X Melody In Motion )

Arabian Stallion Gray 7/7/2008

Farm Member

Cosby, TN

Rune Stone Ranch

Runestoneranch@hotmail.com

Horse Disciplines Performance Test Studbook Approvals

Sport Horse In-Hand

Dressage

KEY: Sire/Dam Breed abbreviations for F1 crosses: ox = Arabian, xx = Thoroughbred, x = Anglo-Arabian ShA= Shagya-Arabian

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Martin Cook

Rusty Cook

Regalo C+

Farm Member

Albuquerque, NM

Caballos del Sol

martincook4415@hotmail.com

Farm Member

Albuquerque, NM

Caballos del Sol

rustycook4412@msn.com

Horse Disciplines Performance Test Studbook Approvals

( Czantiago ++// X Remarkable C )

Arabian Stallion Bay 5/7/2014

Sport Horse In-Hand

Dressage

Denise Cossuto

Tamara Torti

Caraechstrodinair

( Echstrordinairy X SA Portia )

Arabian Mare Chestnut 5/19/2001

Inyas Allure GOA

( TC Miyake X Aul A Frolick )

Arabian Mare Gray 5/29/2010

French Rivi Aira GOA

( *Oration++++// X Caraechstrodinair )

Arabian Mare Chestnut 4/2/2014

Charter Member/Farm Member

Golden Oak Arabians and Warmbloods

Cottonwood, CA

d.cossuto@gmail.com

Charter Member/Farm Member

Sacramento, CA

Golden Oak Arabians and Warmbloods

tamcamera@hotmail.com

Horse Disciplines Performance Test Studbook Approvals

Wild Ivy GOA

( Wild Dance X Caraechstrodinair (ox) )

Hanoverian Half-Arabian Mare Chestnut 2/29/2016

Rodeo Drive GOA

( Rubignon X Inyas Allure GOA (ox) )

Oldenburg-NA / Half-Arabian Stallion Chestnut 4/19/2016

Magnetic GOA

( Magic Aulrab X Murcjas Image )

Arabian Gelding Bay 5/17/2016

Volante GOA

( Aurelius GOA (ox) X Prada )

Half-Arabian Stallion Bay 6/24/2017

Wincredible GOA

( Wild Dance X Caraechstrodinair (ox) )

Hanoverian / Half-Arabian Stallion Chestnut 3/24/2018

Dressage

Broodmare

Endurance

Broodmare

Young Prospect

Young Prospect

Dressage

Young Prospect

Dressage

Endurance

Sport Horse In-Hand

Dressage

Eventing

Hanoverian (AHS)

OLD/NA

Dana Desiderio

Farm Member

Desiderio, Ltd.

Oldwick, NJ

dana@desiderioltd.com

Shayna Dolinger

Charter Member/Farm Member

South Prince George, VA

Showbiz Farm Member

sdolinger@aol.com

Horse Disciplines Performance Test Studbook Approvals

MMF Pierazara+

Sport Horse In-Hand

( Pieraddin SSA X Pizara )

Broodmare

Arabian Mare Bay 4/4/2005

Westfalen-NA (GRP)

Heiress of Piaff++

( Piaff PASB (ox) X Virag )

Half-Arabian RPSI Mare Bay 4/29/2013

Jumpers

Sport Horse In-Hand

Westfalen-NA (GRP)

Jean Donhauser

Hillary Rapier

WKF Ebony Phoenix

( Ebony Azzaraff X Spring Shymuscatl )

Arabian Gelding Black 6/24/2007

Farm Member

Mineral, VA

Rapier Sport Horses

jean@wizardsknoll.com

Farm Member

Mineral, VA

Rapier Sport Horses

rapiersporthorses@gmail.com

Horse Disciplines Performance Test Studbook Approvals

Western Dressage

Dressage

112


Christine Donovan

Farm Member

Lovettsville, VA

Ann McKay Horses

cdonovan03@gmail.com

Ann Mckay

Farm Member

Lovettsville, VA

Ann McKay Horses

torcdonovan@yahoo.com

Horse Disciplines Performance Test Studbook Approvals

Admiral Harnly

( Sunset Enzio X S S Magsheba )

Eventing

Arabian Stallion Chestnut 4/21/1994

Jeanne Duffie

Farm Member

Guduff Arabians

Lovettsville, VA

guduff.arabians@gmail.com

Terie Ellis

Farm Member

Idaho Falls, ID

Ellis Supreme Arabians

tm.ellis@hotmail.com

Rebecca Fielding

Charter Member/Farm Member

Idaho Falls, ID

Ellis Supreme Arabians

becky2412@hotmail.com

Horse Disciplines Performance Test Studbook Approvals

Winsomes April Fool ++++//

( MHR Nobility (ox) X Rosiene )

Sport Horse In-Hand

Half-Arabian Mare Chestnut 4/1/2003

E-Jack Daniels ++//

( Erykk MF (ox) X Nikita )

Half-Arabian Gelding Bay 5/8/2009

Hunters

Dressage

Kristi Herbst

Farm Member

Herbst Farms Arabian Sport Horses

Farmington, MO

Aurmagicmirage@gmail.com

Sharon Jackson

Christina Pappas

Farm Member

Farm Member

Larapinta Sport Horses

Larapinta Sport Horses

Newcastle, OK

larapintavian1@gmail.com

Newcastle, OK

LarapintaSH@hotmail.com

Sharon Jackson

Christina Pappas

Farm Member

Farm Member

Larapinta Sport Horses

Larapinta Sport Horses

Newcastle, OK

larapintavian1@gmail.com

Newcastle, OK

LarapintaSH@hotmail.com

Elizabeth Jensen

Paloma SF+

Melaina A+

Evita MRF

Farm Member

Kuna, ID

Moss Rose Farm Member LLC

mossroseFarm Memberllc@gmail.com

Horse Disciplines Performance Test Studbook Approvals

( Georgio AF X WA Lida Rose )

Arabian Mare Gray 1/20/2004

( ZT Marwteyn X Country Jewel EA )

Arabian Mare Gray 4/15/2013

( El Nabila B X Empress of Marwan )

Arabian Mare Gray 3/1/2015

Western Dressage

Sport Horse In-Hand

Dressage

Sport Horse Under Saddle /

Show Hack

Western Dressage

Sport Horse In-Hand

KEY: Sire/Dam Breed abbreviations for F1 crosses: ox = Arabian, xx = Thoroughbred, x = Anglo-Arabian ShA= Shagya-Arabian

113


Dawn Jones-Low Charter Member/Farm Member

Faerie Court Farm Member

Vergennes, VT

dawnjl@faeriecourtFarm Memberl.com

Thomas Jones-Low Charter Member/Farm Member

Faerie Court Farm Member

Vergennes, VT

tjoneslow@gmail.com

Horse Disciplines Performance Test Studbook Approvals

AAA Blazin Celebrity

( Naibara Blaze Man X Rose of Quality )

Broodmare

Arabian Mare Chestnut 6/12/2003

FCF Titanias Vanity

( AF Vanitys Repeat X AM Tawny Britania )

Arabian Mare Gray 5/18/2005

FCF Silver Stardust

( AF Vanitys Repeat X AM Tawny Britania )

Arabian Mare Gray 7/15/2006

FCF Gossamer Prince

( AM Ghost Ship X Amira Farah )

Arabian Gelding Chestnut 7/15/2006

FCF Oberons Vanity

( AF Vanitys Repeat X BruMarBa Callisto )

Arabian Stallion Gray 7/23/2006

FCF As You Wish

( AAA Legend ofthe Seas X Rieba )

Arabian Mare Chestnut 7/8/2008

FCF MagicAul Gem

( Aul Magic X FCF Gossamer Jewell )

Arabian Mare Gray 5/25/2009

FCF King ofthe Fairys

( AAA Legend ofthe Seas X FCF Titanias Vanity )

Arabian Stallion Chestnut 8/17/2010

Acorns Mysterium OLA

( FCF Oberons Vanity X Glorious Epiphany OLA )

Arabian Gelding Bay 9/12/2010

FCF Charming Puck

( FCF Oberons Vanity X Glorious Epiphany OLA )

Arabian Gelding Gray 6/5/2011

FCF Elfin Felicity

( FCF Oberons Vanity X AAA Blazin Celebrity )

Arabian Mare Gray 6/3/2012

FCF Charming Pixie

( FCF Oberons Vanity X Glorious Epiphany OLA )

Arabian Mare Gray 6/23/2012

FCF CelestiAul Wizard

( Magic Aulrab X FCF Silver Stardust )

Arabian Gelding Gray 5/23/2015

FCF Rose Red

( FCF Oberons Vanity X AAA Blazin Celebrity )

Arabian Mare Chestnut 6/1/2017

FCF Thors Valor

( FCF Oberons Vanity X FCF As You Wish )

Arabian Gelding Chestnut 6/30/2017

Broodmare

Dressage

Broodmare

Dressage

Dressage

Dressage

Eventing

Dressage

Broodmare

Dressage

Dressage

Dressage

Jumping Prospect

Dressage

Jumping Prospect

Young Prospect

Young Prospect

Dressage

Young Prospect

Dressage

Young Prospect

Young Prospect

70 Day Test 2015

Shagya-Arabian

Shagya-Arabian

OLD-NA

Shagya-Arabian

114


Elaine Kerrigan

Farm Member

Eureka, CA

Kerrigan Bloodstock

fahim@humboldt1.com

Horse Disciplines Performance Test Studbook Approvals

Samantha

( *Amurath Samurai X *Kornelia )

Broodmare

Shagya-Arabian

Shagya-Arabian Mare Gray 6/25/1995

KB Omega Fahim++++//

( Amir Fahim+ X Amyrah Adhemah )

Arabian Stallion Black 4/11/1996

*Thassia

( Bahadur X Thirza )

Shagya-Arabian Mare Black 4/21/2003

KB Thor Fahim

( KB Omega Fahim++++// (ox) X *Thassia )

Shagya-Arabian / Half- Arabian Stallion Black 5/13/2012

KB Saracina Fahim

( KB Omega Fahim++++// (ox) X Samantha )

Shagya-Arabian / Half- Arabian Mare Gray 5/12/2013

KB Tomega Fahim

( KB Omega Fahim++++// (ox) X *Thassia )

Shagya-Arabian / Half- Arabian Stallion Black 6/12/2013

KB Isis Fahim

( KB Omega Fahim++++// X Indigo Ebony Lace )

Arabian Mare Black 7/3/2013

KB Takara Fahim

( KB Omega Fahim++++// (ox) X *Thassia )

Shagya-Arabian / Half- Arabian Mare Black 4/24/2015

KB Safira Fahim

( KB Omega Fahim++++// (ox) X Samantha )

Shagya-Arabian / Half- Arabian Mare Black 6/6/2015

Dressage

Sport Horse In-Hand

Broodmare

Dressage

Sport Horse In-Hand

Young Prospect

Broodmare

Dressage

Sport Horse Under Saddle /

Show Hack

Young Prospect

Young Prospect

Young Prospect

Shagya-Arabian

Shagya-Arabian

Shagya-Arabian

Shagya-Arabian

Shagya-Arabian

Dorann LaPerch

Marc Watson

LA LegacyInBlack+++//

( JY Blackwings X Naaja Black Gem )

Arabian Stallion Black 4/1/1996

Charter Member/Farm Member

Bonn-Fyre Farm Members

Moorpark, CA

bonnfyreFarm Members@aol.com

Charter Member/Farm Member

Moorpark, CA

Bonn-Fyre Farm Members

bonnfyreFarm Members@aol.com

Horse Disciplines Performance Test Studbook Approvals

The Terminatorr+

( Azh Naborr (ox) X L'argent- GVHR )

Half-Arabian Hannoverian Stallion Gray 6/4/1999

Fellanaka

Elikzir++/

( Ganges X Fellana )

Arabian Mare Gray 3/1/2003

( Ganges X Ularia )

Arabian Stallion Chestnut 4/28/2005

Dressage

Sport Horse In-Hand

Dressage

Sport Horse In-Hand

Sport Horse In-Hand

Dressage

Dressage

Sport Horse In-Hand

Hanoverian

Jill Loskill

Farm Member

JKL Arabian Sport Horses at Up the Hill Ranch

Cave Creek, AZ

upthehillranch@q.com

Cherie Mamula Farm Member

Chase N It Farm Member

Custer, SD

rhockyrhoad@aol.com

KEY: Sire/Dam Breed abbreviations for F1 crosses: ox = Arabian, xx = Thoroughbred, x = Anglo-Arabian ShA= Shagya-Arabian

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Grayce McLaughlin

Margie McLaughlin

Golden Essence++++//

( Klassic Shaklan X SA Patrushka )

Arabian Stallion Chestnut 5/10/1999

Time Of The Essence

( Golden Essence+++// X Precocious Amin )

Arabian Gelding Chestnut 6/24/2015

Farm Member

Margate City, NJ

Golden Essence+++// (stallion)

Mybluedoll@aol.com

Farm Member

Margate City, NJ

Golden Essence+++// (stallion)

Mybluedoll@aol.com

Horse Disciplines Performance Test Studbook Approvals

Dressage

Sport Horse In-Hand

Sport Horse In-Hand

Young Prospect

Mary Anne Morrison

Farm Member

Ojai, CA

Laughing Dog Ranch LLC

Doglaf97@aol.com

Horse Disciplines Performance Test Studbook Approvals

Erich Mueller

Melinda Mueller

Burning Thyme

( Gl Hawks Firestar (ox) X Nutmeg )

Half-Arabian Stallion Chestnut 5/10/1999

Farm Member

Nelson, MO

Fresh Perspective Farm Member LLC

freshperspectiveFarm Member@gmail.com

Farm Member

Nelson, MO

Fresh Perspective Farm Member LLC

freshperspectiveFarm Member@gmail.com

Horse Disciplines Performance Test Studbook Approvals

Young Prospect

Sport Horse In-Hand

Chantelle Noble

Farm Member

Noble Steeds

Atlanta, GA

chantelle.noble@gmail.com

Hank Oliver

Tracy Oliver

Aulways Magic ++++//

( Aul Magic +/ X Aur Silver Myst )

Arabian Stallion Chestnut 7/7/2004

Midnight Booty Call

( Out Til Midnight (ox) X Raphaella )

Half-Arabian Mare Bay 5/2/2009

Aulways Mystical++

( Aulways Magic++++// X Out of the Myst++/ )

Arabian Gelding Bay 7/26/2011

Farm Member

Pasco, WA

Sunhaven Sporthorses

hjopolo@pascovets.com

Farm Member

Pasco, WA

Sunhaven Sporthorses

Tracy@pascovets.com

Horse Disciplines Performance Test Studbook Approvals

Aulways and Forever++

( Aulways Magic++++// (ox) X Skip Through (xx) )

Anglo-Arabian Gelding Bay 6/5/2013

Aulways Majestic

( Aulways Magic++++// X Kharissa Bey )

Arabian Stallion Bay 4/9/2014

Aulways Magico

( Aulways Magic++++// (ox) X Deportista )

Half-Arabian Gelding Chestnut 6/2/2015

Dressage

Sport Horse Under Saddle /

Show Hack

Dressage

Sport Horse Under Saddle /

Show Hack

Dressage

Sport Horse Under Saddle /

Show Hack

Dressage

Western Dressage

Dressage

Western Dressage

Dressage

Western Dressage

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Linda Rudolphi

Farm Member

Noble, IL

WineGlass Farm Member

wineglassFarm Member1@gmail.com

Olivia Rudolphi

Farm Member

Noble, IL

WineGlass Farm Member

wineglassFarm Member1@gmail.com

Horse Disciplines Performance Test Studbook Approvals

H. WineGlass Sonoma

( H. Bikaver X WineGlas Cabernet (ox) )

Hungarian Felver / Half-Arabian Mare Gray 5/28/1998

WineGlass Diva

( *Budapest X Wine Bint Darnefti (ox) )

Shagya-Arabian / Half-Arabian Mare Gray 5/14/2001

Dartan

( Daru X Sobo's Tandarra )

Shagya-Arabian Stallion Bay 6/25/2004

WineGlass Vixen

( Budapest AF X Wineglass Voodu (ox) )

Shagya-Arabian Mare gray 4/1/2005

H. WineGlass Syrah

( *Budapest (ShA) X H. WineGlass Sonoma )

Hungarian Felver / Shagya Sporthorse Mare Gray 4/28/2005

WineGlass Dora

( *Max X WineGlass Diva )

Shagya-Arabian Mare gray 1/1/2006

Pagur

( Gepard X Pospa )

Arabian Stallion Chestnut 1/15/2007

WineGlass Vivant

( *Budapest X WineGlass Voodu (ox) )

Shagya-Arabian Gelding Gray 4/15/2008

H. WineGlass Serenade

( *Budapest (ShA) X H. WineGlass Sonoma )

Hungarian Felver / Shagya Sporthorse Mare Gray 5/29/2009

H. WineGlass Gretta

( *Budapest (ShA) X H. WineGlass Glory )

Shagya Sporthorse Mare Bay 6/5/2010

WineGlass Marsalla

( *Budapest X WineGlass Madeira )

Shagya-Arabian Mare Bay 6/15/2010

H. WineGlass Gavrila

( *Budapest (ShA) X H. WineGlass Glory )

Hungarian Felver / Shagya Sporthorse (PShR) Mare

4/20/2014

WineGlass Vermouth

( *Max X WineGlass Valtellina (ox) )

Shagya-Arabian Gelding Gray 5/15/2014

H. WineGlass Savana

( *Max (ShA) X H. WineGlass Sonoma )

Hungarian Felver / Shagya Sporthorse (PShR) Mare

6/4/2014

WineGlass Dolchetto

( *Max X WineGlass (ox) )

Shagya-Arabian Mare Gray 8/4/2014

WineGlass Vivant

( *KS Rubin X WineGlass Diva )

Shagya-Arabian Mare Gray 9/1/2015

Bay

Gray

Dressage

Jumpers

Endurance

Endurance

Denmark 35 day Testing

2008

Hungarian Horse Association

of America

Endurance PShR 2013 Shagya-Arabian

Dressage Russian Racing Record 2007

Endurance

Dressage

Endurance

Competitive Trail

Dressage

Hunters

Young Prospect

Hunters

Young Prospect

Endurance

Young Prospect

Dressage

Young Prospect

Dressage

Endurance

Trakehner, Austrian WB,

Shagya-Arabian

KEY: Sire/Dam Breed abbreviations for F1 crosses: ox = Arabian, xx = Thoroughbred, x = Anglo-Arabian ShA= Shagya-Arabian

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WineGlass Marsanne

( *Max X WineGlass Marsalla )

Shagya-Arabian Mare Bay 4/25/2017

WineGlass Dionysus

( *Max X WineGlass Diva )

Shagya-Arabian Stallion Gray 5/16/2017

H. WineGlass Sassella

( *Max (ShA) X H. WineGlass Sonoma )

Shagya Sporthorse Mare Gray 5/22/2017

Dressage

Dressage

Dressage

Caitlyn Saranchak

Beth Thomas

FR Hercules++++//

( Beau Nuit X Sasha Bay )

Arabian Gelding Bay 6/28/2000

GA Eastwood+

( HG Esquire+ (ox) X L.A. Baltic Sunflower )

Half-Arabian Gelding Bay 5/13/2014

Farm Member

Johnstown, PA

Stone Hollow Sport Horses

thomas.caitlyn@gmail.com

Charter Member/Farm Member

Johnstown, PA

Stone Hollow Sport Horses

spike25156@yahoo.com

Horse Disciplines Performance Test Studbook Approvals

Hunters

Sport Horse Under Saddle /

Show Hack

Hunters

Sport Horse In-Hand

Sue Schultz

Farm Member

Belleville, IL

Maneghi Meadows Farm Member

maneghi@gmail.com

Horse Disciplines Performance Test Studbook Approvals

MM American Pi++++//

( MM Amali Shetan+ (ox) X Tinsel Tam )

Half-Arabian KWPN-NA Gelding Chestnut 4/15/2011

Dressage

Sport Horse In-Hand

Barb Suvaka

Tuxedo Thyme ABA++++//

( Pyro Thyme SA X SMA Alad Khelima )

Arabian Stallion Black 4/14/2004

Farm Member

Caledonia, WI

Absolutely Arabians, LLC

bsuvaka@yahoo.com

Horse Disciplines Performance Test Studbook Approvals

Dressage

Sport Horse In-Hand

FEI Scores

ISR/OLD-NA, Weser-Ems,

OLD-GOV, Westfalen-NA

(GRP)

Jodi Tuft

Farm Member

vacaville, CA

Valley Horse Center

jodituft@hotmail.com

Horse Disciplines Performance Test Studbook Approvals

Echo er Rih

Dressage

( Lance er Rih X Librty Er Rih )

Sport Horse In-Hand

Arabian Stallion Chestnut 4/9/1992

Pride er Rih

( E. H. Adnan X Rapture er Rih )

Arabian Stallion Chestnut 5/22/1997

Zahin Haalim

( Makhsous X Fakiha )

Arabian Stallion Gray 4/20/1999

PC Donavan

( Azh Naborr X GA Desert Shield )

Arabian Stallion Gray 5/30/2003

Aurelius GOA

( Magic Aulrab X Proberry Bey )

Arabian Stallion Chestnut 4/2/2011

Dressage

Sport Horse In-Hand

Western Dressage

Dressage

Dressage

118


Katherine Voyer

Farm Member

Corona, CA

Oak Knoll Sporthorses

kbv@me.com

Horse Disciplines Performance Test Studbook Approvals

*KS Rubin

Endurance

(Gazal XIX X Rasga )

Jumpers

Shagya-Arabian Stallion Gray 2/19/2001

Shagya-Arabian

Angela White

Nile Roze+

Charter Member/Farm Member

Elizabethtown, PA

Roze Arabians Ltd.

rozearabians@gmail.com

Horse Disciplines Performance Test Studbook Approvals

( Ansata Nile Bay X LM Bint Fakher )

Arabian Mare Gray 3/8/2001

Aroze To Nobility+

( Aspecial Ali X Noble Kamara )

Arabian Gelding Bay 3/20/2005

Desired Millicent

( Desperados Getaway X Menouthis )

Arabian Mare Gray 4/17/2007

Escapade SHF+

( Scapa X The Aurura )

Arabian Gelding Gray 6/3/2009

Mehdi Amir RZ

( Masada Mazak X Nile Roze+ )

Arabian Gelding Gray 3/31/2013

Waheed Al Azhaar RZ

( Amer Azhaar X Desired Millicent )

Arabian Stallion Gray 5/16/2015

Dressage

Dressage

Broodmare

Young Prospect

Dressage

Young Prospect

Sport Horse In-Hand

Young Prospect

OLD-NA

Angie Williby

Donald Williby

Farm Member

Farm Member

Windy Creek Arabians

Windy Creek Arabians

Henderson, NC

windycreek@embarqmail.com

Henderson, NC

windycreek@embarqmail.com

Lisa Wojan

Jed Struckus

Farm Member

Farm Member

Exmoor Ponies of North America

Exmoor Ponies of North America

New Preston, CT

exmoorponies@optimum.net

New Preston, CT

exmoorponies@optimum.net

INDIVIDUAL MEMBERS

Stillwater, MN

Joanne Adcock

Individual Member

joanne.adcock@comcast.net

Horse Disciplines Performance Test Studbook Approvals

Rawhide V +//

( Desperado V X Ravvens Skylark )

Dressage

Arabian Gelding Bay 5/1/2002

KEY: Sire/Dam Breed abbreviations for F1 crosses: ox = Arabian, xx = Thoroughbred, x = Anglo-Arabian ShA= Shagya-Arabian

119


Joyce Alford

Stargali+++/

Temecula, CA

Individual Member

suprizm@yahoo.com

Horse Disciplines Performance Test Studbook Approvals

( TW Bengali Bey X Starstruck DH )

Arabian Gelding Bay 5/5/2012

Dressage

Redding, CA

Tera Allen

Individual Member

firegurl_979@yahoo.com

Horse Disciplines Performance Test Studbook Approvals

O-So Tardee

( Electric Spark X MI Miss Bruks )

Broodmare

Arabian Mare Chestnut 3/10/2001

Ricochet WF

( Ever After NA X Strikhema )

Arabian Gelding Gray 5/28/2008

Enchanted Arya NV

( Farenhyte X Nikiah NV )

Arabian Mare Gray 5/27/2015

Young Prospect

Young Prospect

Bevin Allison

Individual Member

Ocala, FL

Bevinallison@gmail.com

Ligonier, PA

Angelique Anthony

Individual Member

aangelq@aol.com

Horse Disciplines Performance Test Studbook Approvals

Russian Roulett+

( Wind Fortune X Muscatasha )

Jumpers

Arabian Gelding Chestnut 8/4/1986

Darsie Bell

Kent, WA

Individual Member

Darsella@Gmail.com

Horse Disciplines Performance Test Studbook Approvals

Trade Secret CC+//

( Allience +// X Saabra CC )

Arabian Pinto (PtHA) Gelding Black 7/29/2003

Dressage

Sport Horse Under Saddle /

Show Hack

Chrissie Bailey

Individual Member

Eureka, CA

cbaileymtg@gmail.com

Kelley Bitter

Individual Member

Hudson, OH

Kelley.madick@gmail.com

Germansville, PA

Alista Blose

Individual Member

Alblose22@yahoo.com

Horse Disciplines Performance Test Studbook Approvals

Ravissima CSF

( Rubignon X WH Khamilla (ox) )

Dressage

Half-Arabian Mare Bay 5/24/2013

120


Patricia Bonczkowski

Been Soo Good

( TF Psymreekhe X Chiara MR )

Arabian Gelding Black 5/31/2005

Deer Creek, IL

Individual Member

Pattybmassage@gmail.com

Horse Disciplines Performance Test Studbook Approvals

Dressage

Western Dressage

Courtney Calnan

CC Little Black Dress

( UNKNOWN X Jayel Ariel (ox) )

Half-Arabian Mare Black 4/12/2010

Nicholasville, KY

Individual Member

Ccarroll0128@gmail.com

Horse Disciplines Performance Test Studbook Approvals

Dressage

Eventing

Becca Canterbury

Individual Member

Chesapeake, VA

allie_bint_kedar@cox.net

Bruce Carpenter

Individual Member

Rome, NY

Brucecar@aol.com

Halle Clause

Individual Member

Cuyahoga Falls, OH

halleclause@yahoo.com

Maple Valley, WA

Joan Collins-Corey

Individual Member

jpcorey@comcast.net

Horse Disciplines Performance Test Studbook Approvals

OKW Rainier

( Europejcyk (ox) X Ruby Montana (xx) )

Dressage

Anglo-Arabian Gelding Bay 4/15/2005

Amy Cone

Individual Member

Bellevue, IA

mbtulimaa@hotmail.com

Donna Coss

Individual Member

Mulberry, FL

cossdj@gmail.com

Maureen Davidson

TA Marceau +/

( Kordelas X Makarena )

Arabian Stallion Gray 5/25/2008

Individual Member

Colleyville, TX

mod682@gmail.com

Horse Disciplines Performance Test Studbook Approvals

Dressage

Sport Horse Under Saddle /

Show Hack

Cindy Davis

Individual Member

Piedmont, SC

cabdavis94@gmail.com

Daniel Davis

Beaumont, TX

Individual Member

ddavis2136@aol.com

Horse Disciplines Performance Test Studbook Approvals

Rheverence

( Rhocky Rhoad (ox) X PR Butter Brickle )

Half-Arabian/Pinto (PtHA) Stallion Buckskin Overo 6/9/2015

Sport Horse In-Hand

Young Prospect

KEY: Sire/Dam Breed abbreviations for F1 crosses: ox = Arabian, xx = Thoroughbred, x = Anglo-Arabian ShA= Shagya-Arabian

121


Tami Davis

Individual Member

Elmira, OR

tamdavisdesigns@gmail.com

Natalie DeFee Mendik

Castle Rock, CO

Individual Member

defeemendik1@windstream.net

Horse Disciplines Performance Test Studbook Approvals

Sabastian's Magique

( Hydaway Sunscat-J X The Promise (ox) )

Half-Arabian / Appaloosa Gelding Chestnut 6/6/1998

Dressage

Western Dressage

Belleville, MI

Cynthia DeRousie

Individual Member

chorseplay@aol.com

Horse Disciplines Performance Test Studbook Approvals

Kurt Ali Khan+//

Dressage

( Focus Ali Khan (ox) X A Zippo Lighter )

Half-Arabian Gelding Bucksin 4/16/2007

Brittany Desiderio

Individual Member

Oldwick, NJ

brittany@desiderioltd.com

Tracey Dikkers

Individual Member

Wild Rose, WI

traceydikkers@gmail.com

Beckey Downing

Remington W+//

( Winchester V X Khouvazzmatazz IMW )

Arabian Gelding Bay 4/17/2005

Anza, CA

Individual Member

twilightFarm Members13@gmail.com

Horse Disciplines Performance Test Studbook Approvals

Hunters

Sport Horse Under Saddle /

Show Hack

Amber Garthwaite

Beck In Time

( BC Kristiki X BC Tiki Beck )

Arabian Gelding Chestnut 4/4/1995

Marion, IA

Individual Member

agarthwaite94@gmail.com

Horse Disciplines Performance Test Studbook Approvals

Eventing

Dressage

Lisa Gee

Individual Member

Washington, PA

Lalisa77@yahoo.com

Keila Golden

Individual Member

Woodland, CA

keila@woodlandstallion.com

Suzanne Grimshaw

Individual Member

Katy, TX

luxboro@icloud.com

Ingrid Grossberg

Individual Member

WEST BLOOMFIELD, MI

IngridGPhD@aol.com

122


Wendy Gruskiewicz

Riften++++//

( Triften+/ X Rina )

Half-Arabian Gelding Bay 4/26/2005

Jefferson, OH

Individual Member

mithrastable@yahoo.com

Horse Disciplines Performance Test Studbook Approvals

Carriage Driving

Dressage

Sarah Gunderson

Individual Member

Carnation, WA

sarahgcpa@gmail.com

Susan Hall

Sakher+/

( Sinatra Song X Anabelle EFS (ox) )

Half-Arab RPSI Gelding Bay 3/21/2009

Weston, MO

Charter Member/Individual Member

pointofdiscovery@gmail.com

Horse Disciplines Performance Test Studbook Approvals

Dressage

Sport Horse Under Saddle /

Show Hack

Amanda Hardebeck

Renton, WA

Individual Member

Aimers247@msn.com

Horse Disciplines Performance Test Studbook Approvals

CFS Dark Dreams+/

( JG KEY TO YOUR DREAMS X JUANS SOMBRA (ox) )

Half-Arabian Mare Tobiano 4/26/2000

CFS Light Me Up

( The Arssonist (ox) X CFS Dark Dreams+/ )

Half-Arabian Pinto (PtHA) Gelding Tobiano 3/25/2011

Dressage

Western Dressage

Dressage

Western Dressage

Oklahoma City, OK

Miranda Hassler

Individual Member

Mpierson1313@gmail.com

Horse Disciplines Performance Test Studbook Approvals

Incubus

( Courageous Admiral Lee X Aerial Firevnyi (ox) )

Dressage

National Show Horse Half-Arabian Gelding Bay 7/2/2002

Shannon Heald

Individual Member

Forestville, NY

shannonheald@gmail.com

Sally Henry

Individual Member

Gladstone, ND

markstire@ndsupernet.com

Sarah Hockett

Individual Member

Powell Butte, OR

Hockett.sarah@gmail.com

MaryJo Hoepner

Millenniums Treasure

( Millennium LOA (ox) X LA Treasure )

Half-Arabian Gelding Bay 4/23/2005

Colorado Springs, CO

Individual Member

m_hoepner@hotmail.com

Horse Disciplines Performance Test Studbook Approvals

Dressage

Western Dressage

KEY: Sire/Dam Breed abbreviations for F1 crosses: ox = Arabian, xx = Thoroughbred, x = Anglo-Arabian ShA= Shagya-Arabian

123


Amanda Horton

Individual Member

Boise, ID

Leoblair2001@yahoo.com

Wendy Hoyt

Individual Member

Salt Lake City, UT

wendyhoyt@gmail.com

Towson, MD

Peggy Ingles

Charter Member/Individual Member

pegasus4444@comcast.net

Horse Disciplines Performance Test Studbook Approvals

All Good Things

( Post Exchange+// (x) X Deal Em Fitz (xx) )

Hunters

Anglo-Arabian Mare Bay 5/20/2001

Mission Accomplished

( Post Exchange+// (x) X Bint Lea Rouge (ox) )

Anglo-Arabian Gelding Roan 6/1/2002

Hunters

Patricia Jackson

Rajkumari Zarra+

( Gai-Zarreyn (ox) X Sadie )

Half-Arabian Mare Gray 5/3/1985

Mia Rabbia

( Hey Babarriba X Haji Mia )

Arabian Mare Chestnut 5/4/1990

Aul Saba+//

( Magic Aulrab (ox) X Rajkumari Zarra+ )

Half-Arabian Mare Gray 5/25/2003

Esparto, CA

Individual Member

espartopj@yahoo.com

Horse Disciplines Performance Test Studbook Approvals

Dressage

Sport Horse Under Saddle /

Show Hack

Dressage

Dressage

Sport Horse Under Saddle /

Show Hack

Kerry Johnson

Individual Member

Eagle, WI

kerry.johnson@marsh.com

Danna Johnston

Shy Solitaire+++//

( Shy Gayfeen ++++// X MWF Mona Liza )

Arabian Mare Bay 5/12/2011

Newcastle, WA

Individual Member

Dannajohnston@gmail.com

Horse Disciplines Performance Test Studbook Approvals

Dressage

Sport Horse Under Saddle /

Show Hack

Betsy Kelley

Individual Member

ROCHESTER, WA

workerbeedigital@gmail.com

Diana Kennedy

Individual Member

Birmingham, AL

DLKennedy08@gmail.com

Deanna Landwehr

Individual Member

Stratford, WI

Dlandwehr50@gmail.com

So many people in the US overlook the Arab type horses, but they have a lot to offer as

eventers. They have a lot of endurance, they are super smart, and most are lovely movers. In

Europe, the Arab cross has really done well.

~Lauren Kieffer~

124


Cheryl Lane-Caron

Raize The Bar++++//

( Garlands in August AF (ox) X Poppy Jewelry )

Half-Arabian Gelding Bay 4/23/2007

Mademoiselle VA++/

( Jaipur El Perseus X PA Maranda Always )

Arabian Mare Bay 2/4/2013

ROCHESTER, MA

Individual Member

cranberryknollarabians@yahoo.com

Horse Disciplines Performance Test Studbook Approvals

Dressage

Sport Horse Under Saddle /

Show Hack

Dressage

Sport Horse Under Saddle /

Show Hack

Alta Loma, CA

Susanne Lanini

Individual Member

DrLanini@aol.com

Horse Disciplines Performance Test Studbook Approvals

Just In Kayce+//

( Showkayce X Kaitana )

Dressage

Arabian Gelding Gray 4/20/2000

Kai Eden

(Eden C X Reveries Kaiya )

Arabian Gelding Chestnut 05/12/2012

Dressage

Sport Horse Under Saddle /

Sport Horse Show Hack

Taylor Lindsten

Individual Member

Scottsdale, AZ

taylor@h4hteam.org

Lisa Littrell

Individual Member

Hartselle, AL

LLL@Hiwaay.net

Horse Disciplines Performance Test Studbook Approvals

The Magics A Rockin

( SCF Magic Nizzam (ox) X IMS Hotrockin Zippo )

Half-Arabian Gelding Appaloosa pattern 5/30/2003

MSU Snow Angel AM

( AM Power Raid X AM Star Radiance )

Arabian Mare Gray 2/8/2008

AM Mysterious Mistres

( Bremervale Andronicus X AM Miss Missle )

Arabian Mare Gray 5/10/2014

Hunters

Fox Hunting

Hunters

Sport Horse Under Saddle /

Show Hack

Hunters

Kelley Madick

Individual Member

Hudson, OH

Kelley.madick@gmail.com

Rita Mason

Individual Member

Fair Oaks, CA

fadaar@aol.com

Horse Disciplines Performance Test Studbook Approvals

Khourajous Zoria+/

( Legend of Khouraj (ox) X Athena+++// (x) )

Dressage

OLD-NA

Anglo-Arabian Mare Gray 5/23/2012

Stacey Mathis

Individual Member

Conway, AR

SLMathis@uams.edu

KEY: Sire/Dam Breed abbreviations for F1 crosses: ox = Arabian, xx = Thoroughbred, x = Anglo-Arabian ShA= Shagya-Arabian

125


San Diego, CA

Melissa McCarthy

Individual Member

missym1@san.rr.com

Horse Disciplines Performance Test Studbook Approvals

Surefire CSF

( Sinatra Song X Enjoli Bey (ox) )

Dressage

Half-Arabian Gelding Bay 6/12/2011

Nicole Miller

Yelm, WA

Individual Member

Endurxnm@gmail.com

Horse Disciplines Performance Test Studbook Approvals

Bugatti PR

( MS Baquero+ (ox) X Santana's Melody )

Half-Arabian National Show Horse Gelding Chestnut

5/27/1999

Reno Rimal

( Kong X Rodine )

Arabian Gelding Chestnut 3/28/2001

BC Coalectible

( Coal Fire X Night Memory )

Arabian Mare Gray 6/23/2003

Endurance

Dressage

Dressage

Endurance

Dressage

Sandra Mitchell

Individual Member

Scottsdale, AZ

sandra.mitchell14@yahoo.com

Rebecca Moore

Victory DDA

( Showkayce X Mystic Heirloom )

Arabian Gelding Gray 4/3/2003

Showpiece

Andover, KS

Individual Member

moore1275@sbcglobal.net

Horse Disciplines Performance Test Studbook Approvals

( Showkayce X PGN Kailicia )

Arabian Gelding Bay 5/23/2005

Dressage

Sport Horse Under Saddle /

Show Hack

Dressage

Karen Morris

GA E-khwaytor+++//

( HG Esquire X Prinzes Kool )

Arabian AWS Gelding Bay 5/16/2007

Bedford, PA

Individual Member

karensmorris@yahoo.com

Horse Disciplines Performance Test Studbook Approvals

Hunters

Sport Horse Under Saddle /

Show Hack

Manda Morris

Misfit Toi+

( A Noble Cause X Ames Jlo )

Arabian Gelding Chestnut 3/4/2009

QT Luna Azul

( QT Doc Bar X RSL Jewlianna (ox) )

Half-Arabian Gelding Tobiano 3/10/2009

Austin, TX

Individual Member

Mandaemorris@gmail.com

Horse Disciplines Performance Test Studbook Approvals

Stella Luna BF

( GSF Rizing Son (ox) X Clover Hills Blazing Luck )

Half-Arabian/National Show Horse Mare Chestnut 2/23/2012

Distance

Dressage

Eventing

Endurance

126


Sherry Morse

Easton, PA

Individual Member

sherry_morse@yahoo.com

Horse Disciplines Performance Test Studbook Approvals

Ravenhill Tsornin+

( SCF Magic Nizzam X RF Scarlet Rohara )

Arabian / AWS Gelding Chestnut 4/15/2002

Rowdi Magic Sundancer

( SCF Magic Nizzam X TDA Luminaria )

Arabian Mare Chestnut 4/10/2007

Dressage

Competitive Trail

Elizabeth Morton

Yucca Valley, CA

Individual Member

liz@la-brisa.com

Horse Disciplines Performance Test Studbook Approvals

Zane RSF

( Aul Magic+/ (ox) X Zierlichkut )

Trakehner / Half-Arabian Gelding Bay 5/31/2007

Chamord BF

( Elikzir (ox) X Pouilly Fuisse R )

Hanoverian / Half-Arabian Mare Chestnut 5/26/2015

Dressage

Sport Horse In-Hand

Dressage

Sport Horse In-Hand

Debbie Moss

Individual Member

Temecula, CA

Debragmoss@msn.com

Karen Oates

N American Mahogany

( Padrons Mahogany X Latte Witez BA )

Arabian Gelding Bay 6/30/2004

Amherst, NH

Individual Member

karen_oates@comcast.net

Horse Disciplines Performance Test Studbook Approvals

Dressage

Eventing

Orland Park, IL

Marian O'Brien

Individual Member

mobrie@midwestern.edu

Horse Disciplines Performance Test Studbook Approvals

Sinatra Bey

(Sinatra Song X Shahs Got the Look (ox) )

Dressage

Oldenburg-GOV / Half-Arabian Mare Bay 05/31/2015

Kevallyn Paskos

Individual Member

Walnut Creek, CA

kevallyn@ureach.com

Jane Patterson

Individual Member

Harrodsburg, KY

gharabians@gmail.com

Orland Park, IL

Tracy Pierce

Individual Member

tracypierce@comcast.net

Horse Disciplines Performance Test Studbook Approvals

Elijas Trubador MGF+++//

( Trubadorsmadrigal (ox) X Sizzlin Scotch )

Dressage

Half-Arabian Gelding Chestnut 3/7/2008

Shannon Price-Heald

Individual Member

Forestville, NY

shannonheald@gmail.com

KEY: Sire/Dam Breed abbreviations for F1 crosses: ox = Arabian, xx = Thoroughbred, x = Anglo-Arabian ShA= Shagya-Arabian

127


Ashlie Racette

McKenna, WA

Individual Member

Ablondenodoubt@yahoo.com

Horse Disciplines Performance Test Studbook Approvals

Mojarra

( Mojave Kid++++// (ox) X SPS West Montana )

Half-Arabian sBs -Belgian Sporthorse Mare Bay 4/12/2017

Sport Horse In-Hand

Young Prospect

Jennifer Ramsey

Individual Member

Paola, KS

stormfirearabians@gmail.com

Ann Reins Young

Trilogie Kaydence+++/

( Showkayce X AH Cayenne )

Arabian Mare Bay 5/9/2007

Scottsdale, AZ

Individual Member

forthestars@yahoo.com

Horse Disciplines Performance Test Studbook Approvals

Dressage

Sport Horse In-Hand

Rebecca Richard

Vasari AF

Douglassville, PA

Individual Member

Gunny0821@gmail.com

Horse Disciplines Performance Test Studbook Approvals

( DaVinci FM X Gitreena )

Arabian Gelding Bay 4/2/2010

Western Dressage

Sport Horse In-Hand

Sherra Rieger

Individual Member

Huntsville, TX

shertogo60@yahoo.com

Rachel Rosenfeld

Individual Member

poolesville, MD

info@docshavenFarm Member.com

Nicole Rowley

ES Gamal+++//

( Jullyen El Jamaal X Gianna )

Arabian Gelding Bay 5/19/2011

Midknight Orkid++/

( Mojave Kid++++// (ox) X SPS West Montana )

Half-Arabian Mare Bay 4/5/2014

Thorp, WA

Individual Member

rowleyn@hotmail.com

Horse Disciplines Performance Test Studbook Approvals

Dressage

Sport Horse Under Saddle /

Show Hack

Sport Horse Under Saddle /

Show Hack

Dressage

Catherine Russell

Prince George, VA

Individual Member

russell8011@comcast.net

Horse Disciplines Performance Test Studbook Approvals

Forever Prince

( Belafonte D' Avalon X MMF Pierazara (ox) )

RPSI-German Riding Pony / Half-Arab Gelding Bay 3/13/2016

Sport Horse Under Saddle /

Show Hack

Young Prospect

Elkview, WV

Carmela Ryan-Thompson

Individual Member

mel12351@aol.com

Horse Disciplines Performance Test Studbook Approvals

Ever Lasting Promise

( Loki X Samors Promise (ox) )

Dressage

Half-Arabian AWS Mare Bay 6/17/2007

SRC Kiss Me Goodnight

( Loki X A Long Kiss Goodnight (ox) )

Half-Arabian Mare Black 4/12/2012

Dressage

128


Brooke Schafer

That's Amore UF

( ELD Willy Bob (ox) X Sage )

Half-Arabian Gelding Bay 5/15/2007

Lexington, KY

Individual Member

bascha3@gmail.com

Horse Disciplines Performance Test Studbook Approvals

Dressage

Eventing

Rebecca Schultz

Individual Member

Marilla, NY

sinbadsari@yahoo.com

Sharon Sexton

Darlington, MD

Individual Member

sharon@pinkribbonFarm Member.com

Horse Disciplines Performance Test Studbook Approvals

Furstafire++++//

( Furst Impression X Afirelight (ox) )

Half-Arabian Hanoverian Gelding Bay 6/14/2013

Dressage

Sport Horse In-Hand

Jody Shumway

Worth Five

( RD Five Star X DC Worththewait )

Arabian Mare Chestnut 4/8/2009

Port Orchard, WA

Individual Member

jo@lmoconstruction.com

Horse Disciplines Performance Test Studbook Approvals

Endurance

Dressage

Kayla Smith

Chief Shahlon++//

( LD Echshahlon X Beau Fire Fran )

Arabian Gelding Gray 04/21/2000

Petersburg, IL

Individual Member

ben_bacchus03@yahoo.com

Horse Disciplines Performance Test Studbook Approvals

Dressage

Sport Horse Under Saddle /

Show Hack

Pattie Stalder

Individual Member

Westmoreland, KS

backdoor@bluevalley.net

Kathy Starustka

Individual Member

New Braunfels, TX

railkat1@aol.com

Kim Stone

Individual Member

Marysville, CA

kimsrn@gmail.com

Horse Disciplines Performance Test Studbook Approvals

Velvet Raine++++//

( Rumpleminze X Victorys Secret (ox) )

Trakehner / Half-Arabian Mare Gray 4/13/2007

Dressage

Sport Horse In-Hand

Jacqueline Stott

DA Just Push Play ++/

( Triften +/ (ox) X DA Addiction )

Half-Arabian Mare Bay 5/16/2004

WH Bintbint Phateehah +

( WH Marengo X WH Carolina Blu )

Arabian Mare Gray 1/27/2008

Apex, NC

Charter Member/Individual Member

jaybyrdsFarm Member@gmail.com

Horse Disciplines Performance Test Studbook Approvals

Sport Horse In-Hand

Western Dressage

Dressage

Sport Horse In-Hand

KEY: Sire/Dam Breed abbreviations for F1 crosses: ox = Arabian, xx = Thoroughbred, x = Anglo-Arabian ShA= Shagya-Arabian

129


Honey Creek, IA

Heather Swinarski

Individual Member

hswinarski@gmail.com

Horse Disciplines Performance Test Studbook Approvals

WRA Mavericks Ace

( Emron Kheno X Colesto Strikes )

Western Dressage

Arabian Gelding Bay 5/29/2005

WRA Strike N Gold

( California Gold J X Colesto Strikes )

Arabian Gelding Bay 6/2/2007

Western Dressage

Liz Tankersley

Individual Member

Washington, DC

liztankersley@yahoo.com

Sarah Theisen

Cant Biya Love

( Elsheikhdlabiya X Marataask )

Arabian Mare Bay 2/6/2004

RPA Biya Royale

( Hesa Zee +/ X Cant Biya Love )

Arabian Stallion Chestnut 6/16/2018

Clear Lake, MI

Individual Member

charosgirl@windstream.net

Horse Disciplines Performance Test Studbook Approvals

Dressage

Jumpers

Aundrea Jill Tipton

MI Zilal Al Hawah

( LA Midnight Inferno (ox) X The Black Dahlia )

Half-Arabian Gelding Black 5/21/2008

Jackson, OH

Individual Member

Ajrrn@aol.com

Horse Disciplines Performance Test Studbook Approvals

Western Dressage

Dressage

Jennifer Tobie

Individual Member

Scottsdale, AZ

tobiecountry@yahoo.com

Melody Tucker

Benton, KS

Individual Member

mtsatindoll@gmail.com

Horse Disciplines Performance Test Studbook Approvals

Aladdinns Flame

( Aladdins Alamodde (ox) X SS Flirtatious )

Half-Arabian Half-Arab (AHA) Gelding Chestnut 5/3/1997

Aladdinns Sultan

( Aladdins Alamodde (ox) X SS Flirtatious )

Half-Arabian Half-Arab (AHA) Gelding Gray 5/16/1999

Earth Wind and Fire

( AL Firestorm (ox) X SS Flirtatious )

Half-Arabian Half-Arab (AHA) Gelding Bay 4/20/2005

Dressage

Hunters

Dressage

Hunters

Sport Horse In-Hand

Dressage

Chris Turner

Individual Member

Alamance, NC

christrnr3@gmail.com

Dawn Voris

Peace Maker V+++/

( Desperado V X MHR Princess Bask )

Arabian Gelding Bay 1/27/1999

Fort Wayne, IN

Charter Member/Individual Member

tricolors@gmail.com

Horse Disciplines Performance Test Studbook Approvals

Dressage

Sport Horse In-Hand

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Kat Walden

Rabbasabi

Charter Member/Individual Member

Martinez, CA

ashai@sbcglobal.net

Horse Disciplines Performance Test Studbook Approvals

( Robby X Deserrt Song )

Arabian Gelding Bay 5/24/2008

Dressage

Byron Center, MI

Phyllis Walsh

Individual Member

walshphyllis657@gmail.com

Horse Disciplines Performance Test Studbook Approvals

Stone of Fire+

( Sunstone Bey X SS Black Sapphire )

Dressage

Arabian Gelding Bay 2/20/1997

Amy Warrington

Individual Member

Townsend, DE

Warringtons6@aol.com

Aiken, SC

Brooke Webb

Individual Member

brookiecookie.webb@gmail.com

Horse Disciplines Performance Test Studbook Approvals

Pelear Por Oro

( Unknown X Merimba (ox) )

Eventing

Arabian-bred (rescue) Gelding Gray 3/19/2009

Nicole Wertz

Individual Member

Auburn, CA

crosswsporthorses@gmail.com

Olivia White

C A Khaptivating++/

( Khrescendo X Serageorgette )

Arabian Gelding Bay 4/19/1994

Virginia Beach, VA

Individual Member

owhite90@gmail.com

Horse Disciplines Performance Test Studbook Approvals

Eventing

Dressage

Elise Whitener

Grandville, MI

Individual Member

elise.whitener@gmail.com

Horse Disciplines Performance Test Studbook Approvals

Tamara Woodcock

Scurry, TX

Charter Member/Individual Member

tamara@aelfleahFarm Member.com

Horse Disciplines Performance Test Studbook Approvals

Aelfleah Falchion

( Goldhill's Brandysnap X Anduril TOS (ox) )

German Riding Pony (RPSI) Mare Grey 3/12/2012

Combined Driving

Driven Dressage

Westfalen-NA (GRP)

Ashlie Yancy

Krewe PJ

Oakfield, WI

Individual Member

ashlieyancy@hotmail.com

Horse Disciplines Performance Test Studbook Approvals

( Prowlerr X BHR Fayzona )

Arabian Gelding Bay 5/4/2010

Dressage

Sport Horse Under Saddle /

Show Hack

KEY: Sire/Dam Breed abbreviations for F1 crosses: ox = Arabian, xx = Thoroughbred, x = Anglo-Arabian ShA= Shagya-Arabian

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Anne Zahradnik

Hurley, NY

Charter Member/Individual Member

azahradnik@gmail.com

Horse Disciplines Performance Test Studbook Approvals

ALF Freetime++

( Freestyle X Spring Sojourrn (ox) )

Oldenburg-ISR / Half-Arabian Gelding Bay 5/16/2010

Dressage

Working Equitation

Malinda Zielke

Lederhosen

( Leonidas *Pg* X RR Ghazrael (ox) )

Trakehner Gelding Chestnut 4/20/2005

Barboursville, VA

Individual Member

malindazielke@gmail.com

Horse Disciplines Performance Test Studbook Approvals

Eventing

Jumpers

YOUTH MEMBERS

Hallie Anders

BEAUMONT, TX

Youth

ddavis2136@aol.com

Horse Disciplines Performance Test Studbook Approvals

DeKourated Dude++/

( Kouros (ox) X Passion by Cupid )

Half-Arabian/Pinto (PtHA) Gelding Chestnut Overo 2/25/2000

IM Affirmmed in Color

( Affirmmed (ox) X TH Tops Sneak Preview )

Half-Arabian Gelding Chestnut Tobiano 4/7/2013

Dressage

Western Dressage

Western Dressage

Dressage

Julia Becker

BC Sadiki

Amherst, VA

Youth

jerilyn.becker@gmail.com

Horse Disciplines Performance Test Studbook Approvals

( Bravo Billy X Tajmere Taliana )

Arabian Gelding Bay 6/17/2008

Sport Horse Under Saddle /

Show Hack

Sport Horse In-Hand

Elizabeth Granja

LHA Absolute Surprise

( Sharrafah (ox) X Absolute Magic )

Half-Arabian Mare Chestnut 8/8/2004

Austin, TX

Youth

Mandaemorris@gmail.com

Horse Disciplines Performance Test Studbook Approvals

Eventing

Endurance

Esme Grimshaw

Jazzzz

Katy, TX

Youth

donutman4321@gmail.com

Horse Disciplines Performance Test Studbook Approvals

( First Cyte+ X WS Fandango )

Arabian Gelding Black 4/4/2005

Eykaterina++

( Blue Hors Romanov X Emiliana (ox) )

Half-Arabian Mare Bay 3/4/2006

Dressage

Sport Horse In-Hand

Dressage

Sport Horse In-Hand

132


Jocelyn Moore

TR Silver Fortune ++/

( Silverado Bey + X WA-Fortulina )

Arabian Gelding Gray 5/26/2002

San Diego, CA

Youth

anndwest@hotmail.com

Horse Disciplines Performance Test Studbook Approvals

Dressage

Sport Horse Under Saddle /

Show Hack

Lauren Myers

Youth

Chesapeake, VA

lmeyers19@nsacademy.org

Claire Nickelson

Uwannabeme WH

( Bask Afire (ox) X Kimberly )

Half-Arabian Gelding Bay 2/26/2005

TDR Sjoerds Sultana

( Sjoerd X MTN Cadonja (ox) )

Half-Arabian Mare Bay 3/17/2011

Ironton, MO

Youth

Horsefreek@hughes.net

Horse Disciplines Performance Test Studbook Approvals

Dressage

Sport Horse Under Saddle /

Show Hack

Dressage

Sport Horse In-Hand

Kobe Pielow

AAA Legend ofthe Seas+/

( Naibara Blaze Man X HSA Seamist )

Arabian Gelding Chestnut 5/12/2002

Coatesville, PA

Youth

sabolnick59@gmail.com

Horse Disciplines Performance Test Studbook Approvals

Dressage

Hunters

Clara Shumway

Youth

Port Orchard, WA

jo@lmoconstruction.com

Santa Rosa, CA

Isabella Vaca

Youth

svjen2@aol.com

Horse Disciplines Performance Test Studbook Approvals

Tykus Maximus

( WF Last of Roses (ox) X One Smart Cookie )

Dressage

Half-Arabian Pinto (PtHA) Gelding Tobiano 4/24/2007

Mikayla Voris

Precious V+

Fort Wayne, IN

Youth

Arabs4mik@gmail.com

Horse Disciplines Performance Test Studbook Approvals

( Desperado V X MHR Princess Bask )

Arabian Mare Black 6/15/1997

Sport Horse Under Saddle /

Show Hack

Dressage

Skylar Young

Youth

Aurora, OH

Lara_m_young@yahoo.com

Start from the simple and proceed to the complex, That way you build the horse’s confidence while

teaching them what they need to know.

Jimmy Wofford

KEY: Sire/Dam Breed abbreviations for F1 crosses: ox = Arabian, xx = Thoroughbred, x = Anglo-Arabian ShA= Shagya-Arabian

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Member Benefits

Individual Membership

• Eligibility for Alliance programs

• Receive Member Newsletter and submit news

items

• Inclusion in annual directory (includes horse

listings)

• Can place classified ads on Alliance website

• Can serve on committees

• Can vote for BOD and Officers and on issues

brought to the membership by the BOD

(1 voting membership)

• Can be nominated for and serve as BOD and

Officers

Farm Membership

• Eligibility for Alliance programs

• Receive Member Newsletter and submit news

items

• Inclusion in annual directory (includes horse

listings and farm listing)

• Can place classified ads on Alliance website

• Can serve on committees

• Can vote for BOD and Officers and on issues

brought to the membership by the BOD

(2 voting members)

• Can be nominated for and serve as BOD and

Officers

• Can list stallions in Alliance stallion roster

• Inclusion in farm directory on website

Youth Membership

• Eligibility for Alliance programs

• Receive Member Newsletter and submit news items

• Eligible for Youth Programs and Awards

• Inclusion in annual directory (includes horse listings)

By becoming a member or renewing membership in the Arabian Sport Horse Alliance, the member agrees to adhere

to the bylaws, rules, and regulations of the Alliance.


Membership Application 2019

Submit via e-mail to: membership@arabiansporthorsealliance.org

Or by mail to: Arabian Sport Horse Alliance, Inc.

683 South Middlebrook Road, Vergennes, VT 05491

Or Join at https://arabiansporthorsealliance.org/membership/join/

Membership Type: Fee Quantity Amount

Individual $25 $

Farm $50 $

Youth (under 18) $15 $

Membership is by calendar year (Jan 1-Dec 31)

Total Due: $

Payment Options (select one): PayPal Check

Paypal send to: info@arabiansporthorsealliance.org

The Arabian Sport Horse Alliance was formed to

promote the interests of owners, breeders, trainers,

and exhibitors who are dedicated to developing purebred

Arabian, Anglo-Arabian, Shagya Arabian, and

part-bred Arabian sport horses and sport ponies to

their fullest potential as competitive, user-friendly

partners in the disciplines of dressage, eventing,

hunters, jumpers, combined driving , endurance,

and western dressage from suitability classes to the

highest performance levels.

Find out more at arabiansporthorsealliance.org

Checks payable to: Arabian Sport Horse Alliance, Inc.

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please indicate which membership belongs to this contact info

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Arabian Sport Horse Alliance, Inc.

Charter Farm Members

Al-Marah Arabian Horses

Mark Miller of Clermont, FL

An Tearmann Arabians

Jennifer Hamilton & Tim Schaap of Lodi, WI

Ashleigh Stud, US and Solarhill Sport Horses

Karin Foley of Camden, SC

Bonn-Fyre Farms

Dorann LaPerch of Moorpark, CA

Faerie Court Farm

Dawn & Thom Jones-Low of Ferrisburgh, VT


Golden Oak Arabians and Warmbloods

Tamara Torti of Sacramento, CA

& Denise Cossuto of Cottonwood, CA

Hidden Falls Farm

Kim Lacy of Arlington, WA

Roze Arabians Ltd.

Angela White of Elizabethtown, PA

US Army Dressage

Katie Ferencik of Tuscon, AZ

Westbrook Sport Horses

Gwen & Ed Marshall of Burley, WA


Charter Individual Members

Cathryn Bauer of Eleva, WI

Janet Huber Bellows of Lincoln, VA

Bethany Bonham 0f Corvallis, OR

Eva Byrd of Alamance, NC

Jessica Dean of Columbia, MO

Catherine Dmochowski of Apison, TN

Shayna Dolinger of South Prince George, VA

Betty Lou Domjahn of Castlewood, VA

Rebecca Fielding of Idaho Falls, ID

Susan Hall of Platte City, MO

Peggy Ingles of Towson, MD

Louise Kistner of Newport Beach, CA

Jennifer Mc Cloud of Snohomish, WA


Peter Mileo of Minden, NV

Stacy Mortazavi of Lincoln, CA

Melissa Mount of Westfield, VT

Paula Nelson of Scottsdale, AZ

April Nickelson of Ironton, MO

Christine (Tina) Ostertag of Attica, NY

Debra Peebles of Middletown, MD

Jim Porcher of Bernaillo, NM

Jacqueline D. Stott of Apex, NC

Beth Thomas of Johnstown, PA

Christine Turner of Alamance, NC

Dawn Voris of Fort Wayne, IN

Kat D. Walden of Martinez, CA

Tamara Woodcock of Scurry, TX

Anne Zahradnik of Hurley, NY

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