Arabian Sport Horse Alliance 2015 - 2016 Directory & Yearbook

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2015 - 2016 Yearbook & Member Directory


Welcome to the first Yearbook & Directory

of the Arabian Sport Horse Alliance, Inc.!

This inaugural 2015-2016 Arabian Sport Horse Alliance Yearbook and Member Directory

celebrates the activities of the Alliance in his first two years 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 our first honorees for the Lifetime Achievement, Horse of the Year, Hall of

Fame Person, and Hall of Fame Horse Awards

• Information and winner lists of the ASHA Highlight Awards that recognize achievements of

Arabian-bred horses and ponies in all-breed sport horse competitions

• Winners of the 2015 Year End Competition Awards (2016 winners announced in early 2017)

• Charter Member list

• Sponsor “Thank Yous”

• Farm Profile pages for Member Farms

• Stallion Profile pages for Farm Members’ Stallions

• Youth Member Spotlights

• A few informational/educational articles

• A summary of the organization’s activities to date and goals for the future

• A directory of members who joined in 2015 -2016 with a listing of their horses for those who

elected to include them

Thank you all 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, what 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.

The Alliance was created as a member based organization to help join together the

various segments of the sport horse community involved with Arabian-bred horses so

we could work together to support and promote efforts to raise the profile of Arabianbred

sport horses and ponies. Ultimately, YOUR participation with and dedication to

the Arabian-bred sport horse is at the heart of the Alliance. Whether you are a breeder,

amateur exhibitor, promising youth participant, or talented professional; whether you focus

on Arabians, Shagya-Arabians, Anglo-Arabians, Half-breds, or part-breds in sport

registries the Alliance welcomes you and hopes you will help us to build this organization

to serve this incredible community of people who appreciate the many talents and qualities

of Arabian-bred sport horses.

Arabian Sport Horse Alliance

2015-2016 Yearbook and Member Directory

Lifetime Achievement Honoree: Ann McKay ..........................8

ASHA Horse of the Year: Stone of Fire . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10

ASHA Hall of Fame: Ward Wells . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12

ASHA Hall of Fame: Noran . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14

Youth Profiles.....................................................16

Shagya-Arabian Sport Horses . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22

Highlight Awards .................................................26

Take Your Mare to an Inspection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30

Member Photo Gallery.............................................34

2015 Year End Award Winners . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44

Shagya-Arabian Inspections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50

Member Directory . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54

Farm Listings....................................................102

Stallion Listings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 120

President: Peggy Ingles (2015-2016)

Vice President: Tamara Torti (2015-2016

Secretary: Dawn Jones-Low (2015-2016)

Treasurer: Karin Foley (2015-2016)

2015 Director: Anne Zahradnik

2015 Director: Beth Steinke

Table of Contents

Published by the Arabian Sport Horse Alliance, Inc.

www.ArabianSportHorseAlliance.org • • info@arabiansporthorsealliance.org

ASHA BOARD of DIRECTORS

2015-16 Director: Chris Donovan

2015-16 Director: Janet Bellows

2016-17 Director: Angela White

2016-17 Director: Beth Thomas

2016-17 Director: Manda Morris


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


ASHA Lifetime Achievement Honoree

Ann McKay

When I was introduced to the Baltimore area horse

community as a teenager in the 70s, one name that Anglo Arabians

popped up quite a bit was that of Ann McKay. Can’t get a

bred for

horse to load? Call Ann. Got a horse with bad behavior? eventing became

Call Ann. Need a safe horse for a beginner? Call Ann. Need a specialty of

an upper level prospect? Call Ann!

In the 1960s, Ann and her husband Jim ran their breeding

and training business out of the Elkridge-Harford Hunt

Club. It was there that their Arabian stallion named Aazrak

made a name for himself as a versatile athlete with an

Ann’s program and people came from far and wide to breed

and buy prospects. Ann had a knack for nicking a particular

stallion with the perfect mare for the job. Her Anglos were

crossed to Anglos, getting her generation upon generation

of that special breed.

easy temperament, besting all breeds of horses in hunters,

jumpers, dressage, western pleasure, speed, stock,

trail, endurance and driving. Ann and Jim also both foxhunted

Aazrak.

Throughout this time, Aazrak was bred to a few mares

One of of Ann’s early breeding successes was Arzab,

an Anglo stallion that Ann competed in eventing at Prelim.

After an injury to her back precluded jumping, Ann passed

him on to Beth and Bea Perkins in Vermont. The Perkinses

competed him up to Advanced and even trained with the

USET. Waterfoot Larriken, Discotheque and Coreographer

were other Anglos sired by Aazrak that evented at Prelim.

Ann’s daughter Chris competed in Pony Club and later

at Prelim on Anglo gelding Goshen and stallion Gadd John

Dee, who continued the line, siring a slew of eventers and

hunters himself. Fralik, another Aazrak sired Anglo, was a

top junior hunter before becoming an international jumper

on the Swedish national team.

His son, Sunset Enzio, also carried the torch for Aazrak,

continuing the legacy of both purebred and partbred offspring

competing at the highest levels of sport. Ann, by

this time a widow with two small daughters, was never

able to show Enzio to his full potential. Nonetheless, Enzio

evented to Prelim, competed in dressage to fourth level

and even did combined driving.

Enzio son and Anglo stallion Post Exchange was a twotime

National Champion in Working Hunter. Another son

Mandate was a successful Grand Prix Jumper before retiring

to driving. Daughter Zophia was even ranked as a top

polocrosse pony in the country.

Small pony IC Blue Shadow, an Enzio grandson, was

named ASHA National Champion Pony Hunter several

years in a row and started his own line of crossbred ponies

before he was gelded.

Enzio daughter Jane Morgenroth produced the Anglo

stallion Quartermaster, who was evented by Olympian

Denny Emerson and amateur Terry Gibson to Prelim

and then in jumpers by a junior rider. Quartermaster was

named the 1996 USCTA/ASHAI Horse of the Year for his

accomplishments. His sons Ulysses and Winchester were

fabulous Intermediate three day horses.

Houston, a 5th generation Anglo bred by Ann, completed

the Rolex Kentucky 4 Star Three Day Event, the toughest

course in North America in 2012 and 2013 before being

sold to a young rider. Yardley, an Anglo cross, was successful

to Advanced level with a young rider.

Today, Ann is retired from full-time breeding and teaching,

but still stands an Enzio son, Admiral Harnly, and covers

a couple of mares each year. Countless people enjoy

the horses Ann bred, whether they are serious competitors

or pleasure riders. Her life’s work is a masterpiece!

each year and proved his athletic prepotency even when

crossed on different types of mares. When he died in a

freak accident in 1975, Aazrak had 28 registered get, 13

of which were purebreds. He impressed Margaret Cabell

Self so much that she included him and his get in her book

The Hunter In Pictures.

During these early years, Ann was a founding member

of the Maryland Combined Training Association and active

in the local Pony Club.

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2015 ASHA Horse of the Year

Stone Of Fire

Owned & Ridden by Phyllis Walsh

The sport horse disciplines are built around the concept

of striving to progressively develop your horse

(and yourself) to their maximum performance capabilities.

Stone of Fire and his rider/owner exemplify the

aspirational nature of dressage and the dedication to developing

a partnership that are at the heart of the sport disciplines

at all levels.

At the beginning of 2015, Phyllis Walsh just wanted to

move out of her comfort zone and try showing at a rated

USDF show with her Arabian gelding, Stone of Fire. By the

end of the season they had found success not just at the local

USDF shows at training and 1stlevel, but had earned a

wild card berth to compete at the USDF Nationals where

they placed 20thin a huge class! Throughout their journey,

they’ve overcome many challenges while remaining steadfast

in their partnership. All along the way, Stone of Fire has

demonstrated his athleticism and the boundless heart that

so often characterizes the Arabian breed, and served as a

great ambassador.

Here is their story as told by Phyllis.

UNUSUAL BEGINNINGS

Interestingly enough I was not in the market for a horse

when I first noticed Stone of Fire who goes by the barn

name of Rebel. I was actually volunteering at the local 4H

fair when this round, bouncy, bay horse caught my interest.

Fast forward three years later when I receive a phone

call from my riding instructor that Rebel was available for

sale or lease. During those 3 years this horse would catch

my eye and these thoughts would pass through my head;

“that horse should be doing Dressage!” or “Gosh, he is so

athletic and has such nice suspension!” and also most importantly

“He just looks like he would be fun to work with!”

Thankfully his owners had similar thoughts that Rebel

did in fact enjoy Dressage as well as showing and they

wanted a home

for him where

he could continue.

I was

then able to

lease him for a couple of months to see if this was the right

fit for both of us. So Rebel with his humorous, steadfast

and calm disposition talked me right into being his next

partner. Each and every time that I worked with him he

would make me crack up with laughter with the various expressions

that he displays when begging for a treat or attention,

as well as how at the beginning of a ride he would

rather canter than do any other gait and will often “pretend”

not to hear the riders’ cues. He also has so many different

nickers and neighs to express his wants and needs.

He will chat with most anyone who cares to engage with

him. Rebel’s reasoning seems to be that they must want to

pet him or shower him with affection and there is always

the chance that humans come bearing food and treats! So I

now had a Dressage horse who happened to be an Arabian.

I have to confess that I knew next to nothing about this

breed or his pedigree, which I have now come to dearly

love and appreciate. This is all due to this amazing, generous

and sometimes quirky horse!

Our journey began with lessons, local Dressage shows

and just hacking around the property bareback. Fortunately

this horse came into my life at a time when I needed

to be able to enjoy riding again, build my confidence, get

stronger physically after a car accident and basically have

fun. My goodness have we had fun!

SUMMER 2015

When I reflect back on 2015, I do so with both awe and

gratitude. It started with a small dream. I had the desire

to branch out from my comfort zone of competing at local

dressage shows and try a USDF (United States Dressage

Federation) rated show. I must admit that initially I was

nervous and overwhelmed by this new experience. Rebel,

however, loved every second of it! He rose to the challenge

and jumped in with all 4 hooves. It was so reassuring to me

to have essentially the same horse at a show as I have a

home. Rebel performed so well at that first show that the

next goal became to try and qualify for USDF Region 2 Regionals.

After getting the Qualifying scores for both Training

Level and First Level Dressage we attended USDF Regionals

in September. We went mainly for the experience.

I soon found out

that as an Adult

Amateur, the

two levels that

I was competing

(Training and

First level) are

the largest. My

classes often had

over 30 Adult

Amateurs in

them. This held

true while at Regionals

as well.

In our Training

level class, Rebel

was on top of his

game and placed

8th in a class of

44 horse/rider

teams. We received a beautiful ribbon and participated

in the awards ceremony. Also based on the score we received

a Wild Card bid to complete at US Dressage Finals

in Kentucky in November where we placed in the top 20!! I

really hadn’t dreamed this big!

HARD TIMES

With good times there are often challenges as well.

Rebel’s story would be incomplete to not mention some

of the hardships that he has overcome. In 2011, we almost

lost Rebel to Colic. This proved to be yet another

time where Rebel amazed with his strength of character

and strong will. A few days after surgery, Rebel took a turn

for the worse. I got a phone call from the vet indicating

that he had a 50/50 chance of survival and that I should

come to clinic as soon as possible and should begin thinking

about the next step. I replied; “Oh no, you don’t understand!

Rebel has important things to do yet!”

I confess, I had absolutely no idea what I was talking

about but I had a strong sense that this horse was not yet

ready to leave us and I certainly wasn’t ready to say goodbye.

On that terrifying night my friend and I headed to

the vet clinic with the

truck and trailer. The

vet said that I might

need to make that

difficult decision. Rebel

was being hand

walked by the vet

tech and was lethargic,

with an IV line in

neck and his belly was

wrapped. I called out,

“Hey Rebel!” where he

put his head up with

his ears forward and

nickered at me.

The vet was

amazed at his reaction

because he had been

so depressed earlier.

He had not seen such

a dramatic reaction in his 20 plus years. I told Rebel that

the choice was his as far as his recovery and that I would

try and accept whatever the choice was. Fortunately Rebel

fought through the pain and slowly began to make slow

yet steady progress. My thoughts were that this is such

a social horse. He missed his people and horse friends

at the barn and thrived on that interaction. For the next

two weeks, I drove to the vet clinic after work to visit and

handwalk him. And Rebel, being Rebel would nicker at me

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2015 ASHA Hall of Fame Honoree

Ward Wells

Ward Wells was a pioneer of dressage in the US beginning

in the 1940s --which was several decades in advance

of the widespread popularity of the discipline in the US.

He trained horses to High School (Haute Ecole) Dressage

including the airs above the ground, taught many students

to ride using dressage as a foundation, traveled throughout

the Pacific Northwest giving dressage demonstrations,

and was involved in Arabian breeding and showing. His

significant accomplishments with and dedication to both

Arabian horses and to the sport of dressage are why he

was selected for a Hall of Fame Award by the Arabian Sport

Ward and *The Count of Al-Marah

Horse Alliance, Inc.

From Washington State College Alumni magazine June Ward Wells’ decades long devotion to encouraging the

1951 edition:

growth of dressage in the US culminated in his founding of

“The annual Light Horse Judging School and Show, held the Oregon Dressage Society in 1971. Following his death

May 25, 26, and 27 at the WSC Hilltop Stables, featured in 1982, the ODS established the Ward Wells Memorial

more than 140 horses of various breeds, including the Trophy which was awarded for many years.

Arabian, Palomino, Appaloosa, American Saddle Bred, Tennessee

Walking Horse, Morgan, American Quarter Horse, breed helped to establish both in the US equestrian com-

Ward Wells’ contributions to dressage and the Arabian

and Thoroughbred. Ward W. Wells, of Oswego, Oregon, munity and deserve recognition in the Arabian Sport Horse

was featured in special events riding his Dressage stallion, Alliance Hall of Fame.

‘Sharik.’ ‘Sharik’ is an Arabian stallion and the only horse

performing in [High School] Dressage without the use of

the bridle. He has performed before more than 500,000

people in Canada, Washington, Oregon, California, and

Wyoming.”

After Sharik was retired, Ward Wells trained and exhibited

*The Count of Al-Marah AHR#12912 1957 stallion

(Count Orlando x Rafeena). These dressage exhibition

rides introduced thousands of people to the dressage. In

addition to his devotion to the art of dressage, Ward Wells

was committed to supporting and promoting the Arabian

horse and was one of the first R judges for the AHSA Arabian

show division in the 50s along with Bill Munson, and Don

Jones. He also bred 11 Arabians in the decade from 1946

Sharik – AHR#1784 1939 Arabian stallion

through 1956.

(Ralet x Bint Narma)

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.

The Arabian Sport Horse Alliance, Inc. offers

Individual, Farm, and Youth Memberships

Horse of the Year, Lifetime Achievement, and Hall of Fame Honorees

Farm Profiles, Annual Stallion Roster, Newsletters, Year End Points Program

Networking with Sport Horse Organizations and Sport Breeding Registries

Recognition of Arabian-bred horses and ponies in all-breed sport disciplines

Join Us!!

Visit us for more information at Arabiansporthorsealliance.org

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2015 ASHA Hall of Fame Honoree

Noran

Noran (Oran x Nerina by Rissalix)

was a 1956 chestnut Arabian

stallion bred by Lady Wentworth.

There are a number of

significant details about Noran that make

him worthy of being rescued from obscurity

and recognized by an Arabian Sport Horse

Alliance Hall of Fame Award.

Purchased by Dr H C E M Houtappel and exported

to the Netherlands in 1960, Noran

was an influential sire. He won many prizes

in the show ring including Champion Stallion

of the Netherlands in 1959. First hand reports indicate

that Noran was noted for superlative movement. Noran

sired 32 purebred foals in the Dutch Stud Book including

the 1961 stallion Achim who was sold to England where he

in turn was a national champion and successful sire before

being exported to the US.

Noran is most often remembered as the sire of the Anglo-Arabian

showjumper “Rex The Robber” ( X Berenice xx)

who was successful in international show jumping in the

1970s with Alwin Schockemöhle including earning a silver

medal at the European Championships in 1973.

Less well known is that Noran was approved for breeding

in the KWPN (Dutch Warmblood) studbook and sired a

number of KWPN offspring including a 1973 bay stallion

name Olympus who became the first international Grand

Prix dressage horse for the Netherlands with rider Dirk Jan

Dekker before being sold to Japan in 1986.

Siring two international sport horses, Rex the Robber

and Olympus, was an incredible achievement for an Arabian

stallion. Interestingly, Noran is just one example

of horses that blended Oran and Rissalix lineage to produce

elite sport horse ability in both purebreds and when

crossed with other breeds. Noran has modern descent in

the US, the UK, and Europe. Recognizing this kind of breeding

success and the lineage patterns associated with it is

important to providing insights and inspiration in breeding

contemporary Arabian bred sport horses.

Rex The Robber

Behind the Scenes at the Alliance

Building a member based organization from scratch

requires a massive amount of work behind the

scenes to create systems and tools to manage the day to

day functions, develop programs, and work towards our

long term goals. Our BOD and officers generously serve

the organization as hard working volunteers who are striving

to make a difference for the community.

Early in our planning for the organization, we recognized

that in order to function

from an online base,

we needed tools to help us

stay organized and process

information. There are two

inter-connected tools that

have been invaluable. Firstly,

thanks to Entice Web Design

we have a fairly sophisticated

website that looks fantastic,

and gives us tools like secure

commerce functions and web

forms. The web forms on the

site allow us to not just process

memberships, but also to

post the member farm profiles

and member ads directly from

member submitted forms.

This “automation” is a great

tool for a small volunteer run

organization. As the Alliance

grows, we will be able to continue

to develop the website

to offer more features that

will help promote the interests

of our members and offer

the membership some useful

tools for showcasing their

Arabian-bred sport horses and

their breeding programs.

Secondly, Charter Farm

member Thom Jones-Low donated

many hours of his time

to create an off-line database

that allows us to import the information from web forms

(like membership contact information and horse recording

information) so that we can store that information easily

and accessibly. We can then import the stored information

into publications like the ASHA Member Yearbook & Directory

and the ASHA Stallion Roster. Thom has also added

features to the database to store records of the ASHA Competition

Points Program and calculate the points as the results

are entered. These database functions are essential

to our small volunteer staff for managing many of our programs

and services.

While much of the BOD’s efforts have been on administrative

tasks, we have also been able to engage in outreach

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efforts to forge connections and explore opportunities to

broaden support for and promotion of Arabian-bred sport

horses in the wider sport horse world.

Since launching the organization just 18 months ago,

we have:

• Published a Member Handbook (updated annually), a

newsletter, and our first Stallion Roster for our Charter

Farm and Farm members’ Arabian, Shagya-Arabian, Anglo-

Arabian, Half-Arabian, and partbred

Arabian stallions.

• Implemented our Year End

Competition Awards Program

giving out awards in 15 competition

categories the first year

and expanding it for the 2016

competition to include separate

recognition categories for Youth

Riders and for Arabian-breds

competing in Pony Divisions

• Joined the USEF as an Alliance

Partner Member

• Joined the US Sport Horse

Breeders Association as a business

member

• Bestowed multiple Highlight

Awards to recognize Arabianbred

horses at prominent allbreed

sport horse competitions.

We were able to offer a few Highlight

Awards just a few months

after the organization launched

in 2015, and are proud to have

expanded the program in 2016

to include the National Dressage

Pony Cup, the Young Horse Show

Series, the 2016 Nutrena USEA

American Eventing Championships

presented by Land Rover,

Starr Vaughn Summer Dressage,

and the USDF CDS Northern Jr./

Young Riders Championships

• Held our first election to fill two expired Board Member

positions

• Sought nominations for and then selected honorees

for our major recognition awards –Lifetime Achievement,

Horse of the Year, Hall of Fame Person, and Hall of Fame

Horse.

• Held the first ASHA Annual Membership Meeting online

• Held fun door prize drawings at AHA SHN in 2015 & 2016

• Advertised on the back cover of the Sport Horse Nationals

show programs


outh Profiles

Our junior members are the most critical asset to ensure the future

of the Arabian sport horse. We get to know them better with a fun Q&A!

MADISON DWYER

Gibson, North Carolina

ed me from the very beginning and i have learned so

much from her.

rider I am today without him and my previous horse

that passed away 2 years ago, KF Kestrel.

MADDIE JAHNS

Cave Creek, Arizona

What was your most memorable horse moment?

My most memorable horse moment was when I won

the high point for dressage at youth nationals last

year!

My equestrian dream came true when:

My equestrian dream came true when I qualified and

showed in Pony Finals 2016.

When I am not at the barn I am doing what?

When I’m not at the barn I am playing with Ellie and

What would be your dream horse vacation?

My dream horse vacation would be the opportunity

to show in Wellington for the summer.

What was your most memorable horse moment?

My most memorable horse moment would be the

minute I saw my horse Mercury and knew he was the

one. The minute I looked at him and he nuzzled me

in the stall I just knew that we would be partners forever.

BAILEY LONES

Lenoir City, Tennessee

My equestrian dream came true when:

My equestrian dream came true when I went to Youth

Nationals this summer and won a Unanimous Nation-

What is the name and breed of your very first horse,

al Championship in HA Sport Horse Show Hack. It is

how old were you, and what was the occasion when

What is the name and breed of your very first horse,

an unforgettable moment and I wouldn’t have want-

you got him/her?

how old were you, and what was the occasion when

ed to receive my first national championship with any

My first horse is the only horse I have ever owned. He

you got him/her?

other horse.

is an Anglo Arabain named VF Majestic Rogue ++++//

My first horse was a Mini pony that was a rescue i got

(Magic). I got him when I was 12 years old.

when i was 8. She had foundered and her previous

When I am not at the barn I am doing what?

owners could not pay, so a vet in Virginia rescued

When I am not at the barn I’m either at school study-

Who is an equestrian that you admire and why?

her. When my mom and I went to pick up her horse

ing or hanging out with my friends.

I admire Laura Graves who is competing in dressage

What is the name and breed of your very first horse,

that was also at this vet, I begged my mom to let me

on her own horse at the Olympics in Rio.

how old were you, and what was the occasion when

get her. She ended up squeezing in the trailer and we

What horse(s) do you now own?

you got him/her?

brought her home!

I own a Half Arabian, Half Dutch Harness Horse named

What would be your dream horse vacation?

My very first pony was a purebred Arabian. Her name

Mercury Rising KE +++//. He’s the perfect horse for me

My dream horse vacation would be traveling to other

is Hearts Adrift. When I got her I was just 6 years old.

Who is an equestrian that you admire and why?

An equestrian i admire is my mom. She has support-

and I wouldnt trade him for anything! He has definitly

taught me so much about riding and I wouldnt be the

countries and riding horses while I’m there.

More YOUTH PROFILES on next page

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Who is an equestrian that you admire and why?

An equestrian that I admire, are my horse trainers

Chloe Desjarlais my hunter trainer and my Arabian

trainer, Cynthia Cubbage. I admire them because they

are fantastic role models because they have great

attitudes when they ride and they are really good

sports.

What would be your dream horse vacation?

My dream horse vacation would be going to the beach

with all my ponies/horses and galloping on the beach

with them, my mom, and my friends!

What was your most memorable horse moment?

My most memorable horse moment was when I got

champion in half Arabian sport horse under saddle at

my very first Arabian and Half Arabian youth nationals

in 2015.

My equestrian dream came true when:

My equestrian dream came true when I qualified and

showed in Pony Finals 2016.

When I am not at the barn I am doing what?

When I am not in the barn I like to play basketball and

hang out with friends.

What horse(s) do you now own?

The horses/ponies that I own right now are Rosie/

Raindrops On Roses HL, Sunny/Hearts Adrift, Dapples/Lucky

Charm, Khipper/Ackholade, Fancy/

Abaskins Fine Design, Allie/ Illuminada, and Justice/

Justice Once.

Youth Profiles

JACK MASTERS

Austin, Texas

What is the name and breed of your very first horse,

how old were you, and what was the occasion when

you got him/her?

My first horse was a Shetland named Luke. I was 4. My

mom got him for me.

Who is an equestrian that you admire and why?

I admire my mom, Jennifer Masters. Because she is

the one that rides with me and helps me at the races.

What would be your dream horse vacation?

My dream horse vacation would be to ride at a race

in Wyoming.

What was your most memorable horse moment?

My most memorable horse moment was crossing the

finish line on my first 25 mile race.

My equestrian dream came true when:

My equestrian dream came true when I finished all 3

days at Ft. Stanton.

When I am not at the barn I am doing what?

IWhen I’m not at the barn I am playing football.

What horse(s) do you now own?

My horse now is Keepitcountry. An Arabian gelding

that was a track racehorse, and then a polo pony before

I got him.

CLAIRE NICKELSON

Ironton, Missouri

What is the name and breed of your very first horse,

how old were you, and what was the occasion when

you got him/her?

My first horse was a pure bred Arabian named El

Pazarro. I was 5 when he came into my life. He belonged

to my grandma.

Who is an equestrian that you admire and why?

Charlotte Dujardin is the equestrian that I admire

the most. she is an amazing rider and has persevered

through lots of things to get where she is at

today.

What would be your dream horse vacation?

have always wanted to take a horse to the beach and

gallop them down the beach.

What was your most memorable horse moment?

My most memorable horse moment was Winning my

first national championship in 2014.

My equestrian dream came true when:

I received my USDF bronze medal at the age of 13.

When I am not at the barn I am doing what?

When I’m not at the barn I am hanging out with

friends.

What horse(s) do you now own?

I own my amazing half Arabian Tagg Yorr It+/.

Feeling down?

Saddle up!

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Youth Profiles

MIKAYLA VORIS

Fort Wayne, Indiana

Honor, or when I rode him tackless for the first time,

and it went so well.

KOBE PIELOW

Coatesville, Pennsylvania

What would be your dream horse vacation?

My dream horse vacation would be going to Florida

My equestrian dream came true when:

It would be when we got Precious V. My mom and I

or a close beach and taking my horse Legend there

have wanted her ever since we heard of her, especial-

with me and riding on the sandy beaches.

ly because she is Blackies full sister. She’s a dream

come true and she is a big sweetheart!

What was your most memorable horse moment?

My most memorable horse moment was at the 2012

When I am not at the barn I am doing what?

Region 15 Championships. Gold reflection++/, A

I’m almost always doing homework. Most of the time,

Crabbet Arabian horse and I went Champion in the

when I’m not doing homework or riding, im playing

Sport horse In Hand Geldings JTH class. I remember

video games, drawing, or reading. I read a lot.

the person who taught me how to do SHIH coming

across with her arms up in the air cheering after I

What horse(s) do you now own?

placed higher than her in that class.

The names of our 3 are Peace Maker V+++/ (Blackie)

Precious V (Precious) and Black Magyk++/ (Jake).

My equestrian dream came true when:

My equestrian dream came true when I got Legend.

What is the name and breed of your very first horse,

how old were you, and what was the occasion when

When I am not at the barn I am doing what?

you got him/her?

What is the name and breed of your very first horse,

I am either hanging out with friends in my neighbor-

Peace Maker V+++/ ( aka Blackie) was the name of my

how old were you, and what was the occasion when

hood or spending family time with my family. Also

first horse, he’s an Arabian. My parents had wanted to

you got him/her?

thinking about my little Crabbet Arabian horse.

keep getting Varian horses, and he was a carbon copy

The name of my very first horse is AAA Legend of

of the horse they had before. We got him when he

the Seas. He is a Crabbet Arabian and I was about

was two, and I was born shortly after.

12 years old when I got him. The occasion was that I

had just got done leasing another Crabbet horse and

didn’t have anyone to ride. Legend was available at

that time. My mom and my teacher went to look at

him on Tuesday and on Sunday he came to his new

home from his old home at Dawn Jones –Low. To this

day, we still call Dawn Jones- Low one of his moms.

Who is an equestrian that you admire and why?

An equestrian that I admire would be Julio Mendoza.

He is a Professional Dressage Rider. I fell in love with

the way he rode his Friesian stallion Ivan. From there

on I got to have a few lessons with him and I realized

how much of a good rider he was.

No hour of

life is wasted

that is spent

in the saddle.

-Winston Churchill

Who is an equestrian that you admire and why?

Charlotte Dujardin is my equestrian IDOL. I’ve looked

up to her for years. She’s an amazing rider and I respect

her so much. She has an unbreakable bond with

Valegro and I want to be as good as her someday..

What would be your dream horse vacation?

My dream would be to go to Youth Nationals in Tulsa

with Blackie. I’d love to show there, I’ve never been

farther than Canada with him and I’d be amazed to

go there.

What was your most memorable horse moment?

My best achievement in Blackie would have to be

when I finished up all his legions, except his Legion of

The essential joy

of being with horses

is that it brings us

in contact with

the rare elements

of grace, beauty,

spirit, and fire.

-Sharon Ralls Lemon

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If Shagya-Arabians

are Sport Horses,

Why Haven’t I Heard of Them?

By Adele Furby

You are not alone. In Europe the breed is often

referred to as the “New-Old” breed. And in

truth, it is. It is “new” because Shagya-Arabians

are being rediscovered by many around

the world, and “old” because Shagya-Arabian breeding

began over 225 years ago, in 1789, when the Babolna

State Stud in Hungary was founded.

The Shagya-Arabian breed was developed to be an

elite riding and driving horse for the Austro-Hungarian

monarchy, as well as an all-purpose military horse during

the era when the horse was essential for every country’s

defense. Concurrently the Shagya-Arabian served

as an “improvement” horse--a horse to be used in crossbred

breeding to upgrade other breeds. Based largely

on desert Arabian bloodlines, traces of several Arabianinfluenced

Transylvanian light horse breeds as well as the

Spanish progenitors of the Lipizzaner breed and English

Thoroughbred can be seen in Shagya pedigrees. However,

these traces are at least 10 generations removed from

current Shagya-Arabians pedigrees.

The breed acquired its name from an original Arabian

stallion bred by the Bani Saher tribe, foaled in 1830 in

what is now Syria. Of the Koheil Siglavy strain, he, along

with a number of other desert Arabians was imported to

Babolna by an Austro-Hungarian horse-buying expedition

in 1836. This original “SHAGYA d.b.” was remarkably

strong and tall, standing almost 16 hands. He exerted

such a strong influence over the breed that eventually the

Purebred Shagya-Arabian Society International (the ISG),

the international breeding organization for Shagya-Arabians,

adopted this name for a breed which had variously

been known in Europe as “Araberrasse” (Arabian-bred),

“Babolna Arabians”, or “part-bred Arabs”. This official

adoption of the term “Shagya-Arabian” did not occur until

1978 when the breed and it’s name was accepted by

WAHO as a distinct sub-species of Arabian horse. So you

can see why even in Europe, while the Shagya-Arabian

horse itself is not so unknown, common usage of the name

for the breed is relatively new. As an example, in August

of 1989 while at the Purebred Shagya Society International

Championship Show in St. Gallen, Switzerland, a

Swiss judge of the riding classes said to me, “You know,

a number of years ago I had a horse that I now realize was

a Shagya-Arabian, but at the time he was just considered

a partbred Arab with no special breed identity. This is the

first time I’ve judged riding classes at a Shagya-Arabian

show and when I look back I realize it was the best riding

horse I ever hadl! Strong praise from a credible source for

a “new-old” breed!

The Babolna State Stud, located between Vienna and

Budapest, developed the breed’s sport horse qualities

and genetic strength through the most effective methods.

Firstly, it maintained a rigorous set of performance tests

for both mares and stallions before they were accepted

for breeding. Methods included a 480-mile ride in 10

days across plains, forest, and mountains, 2-mile sprints,

For many years the “flagship” stallion in Europe of

the Shagya-Arabian breed, Danish-bred SHAGAL

stood a full 16.1 hands and was a talented jumper

and dressage horse. He was used as an improvement

stallion in Denmark for Danish Warmbloods

and Germany for Trakehners. He crowned his career

by becoming chief stallion at the Babolna

State Stud to help bring the Babolna State Stud

back to its former breeding glory.

and long-distance driving. \Mares as well as stallions

were also sent to the headquarters of cavalry regiments

near established hunt clubs and officers would ride them

in the hunting field. A careful record was made describing

the horse’s jumping, speed, condition, disposition, as well

as how good a keeper the horse was. Mares and stallions

which did not meet the highest standards in these performance

tests were all sold at auction or sent to other state

studs to be used as outcrosses/improves for breeds such

as the Kisber Felver and the Gidran.

Secondly, besides using culling coupled with performance

testing, the Hungarians were able to use extensive

progeny testing. New desert Arabian stallions were bred

to 30 mares for each of three successive years. Ten of the

stud’s best, ten of the

middle quality, and ten

of the lowest quality

mares were used, and

at the end of the three-

-year period, all the

offspring were brought

up before the breeding

committee for evaluation.

If the offspring

were not judged to be

good enough, the entire

group was sold.

Consequently, very few

stallions were actually

allowed to continue in

the breed.

Thirdly, the Hungarians

were able to

maintain athletic ability

and genetic strength

through judicious line

breeding coupled with

careful and regularly

repeated (usually once

every 4 generations)

outcrossing to purebred

Arabians. This method

insures genetic predictability

as well as protecting against the dangers of inbreeding.

The classic genetic principal of “three times in and one

time out” is exemplified here in real life.

Another reason why the Shagya-Arabians have remained

relatively unknown is that political and geographic

factors have played a big role in its recent history. A large

majority of the world’s Shagya-Arabians were in the wrong

place at the wrong time during the final days of World War

II. Many were killed or slaughtered for food, still others

were captured as prizes of war and eventually lost. Shortly

thereafter, when the Communist regime took over Hungary

in the 1950’s Shagya-Arabian breeding at the Babolna

State Stud was given pitifully low priority. Fortunately,

knowledgeable horse breeders in western European

countries were able to salvage some of the most superior

remnants of the Shagya-Arabian bloodstock--many were

saved from the slaughterhouse in this way. Consequently,

the torch of purebred Shagy-Arabian breeding was passed

on to West Germany, Denmark, Austria, and Switzerland.

In recent times Shagya-Arabian breeders have also organized

breeding groups in Norway, Sweden, Italy, France,

North America, Venezuela and Columbia. Also, since 1989,

along with the revitalization of the Shagya-Arabian breed

in Babolna itself, the eastern European countries of Poland,

Czech Republic, Slovakia, Croatia, Bulgaria and Rumania

have managed to continue their traditional Shagya-

Arabian breeding programs and they have also joined the

ISGArabian as full participating members. Over the past

20 years, the annual world-wide foal crop for Purebred

Shagya-Arabians has averaged around 500 individuals.

For many years the

country with the most active

Shagya-Arabian breeding

was the country we

most often associate with

sport horse breeding--Germany,

although in recent

years the revival of Shagya-

Arabian breeding in Hungary

in particular has resulted

in an upsurge in numbers

there as well. In Germany

Shagyas have an excellent

reputation as sport horses.

They compete regularly at

the various stallion performance

tests against the

Warmblood breeds, and

several times have come

out champion or reserve

champion at these tests.

Purebred Shagya-Arabian

have also contributed

significantly to the

development of those self

same German Warmblood

breeds. Probably the most

influential Shagya-Arabian

in German Warmblood

breeding would be a Purebred Shagya-Arabian mare named

JORDI, who is often mis-identified on pedigrees as an “Anglo-Arab”.

JORDI was bred in Poland, and it was there that

her famous son RAMSES was born, although he eventually

stood at stud in Germany. RAMSES’s sire was the English

Thoroughbred RITTERSPORN XX. RAMSES is probably best

known to Americans as the sire of the famous CONDUS, but

RAMSES actually spread his positive influence over seven

different German Warmblood breeds, and is called a “Century

stallion” in Europe. Most of the German Warmbloods

whose name begins with the letter “R” are descendants

of RAMSES. He is considered especially remarkable for his

ability to sire top jumper as well as dressage horses. And

his dam was a Shagya-Arabian.

Elegant and a convincing performer, German-bred PAMINO

was several times halter champion and was reserve champion

of the 100 day stallion performance test in Warendorf

against a couple of dozen of the best Hannoverian stallions

in Germany. He eventually also became chief stallion

in Hungary during the revitalization of the Babolna Stud

breeding program.

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HOTY continued from page 11

when I arrived.

Rebel’s recovery took a few months that seemed to last

forever. He was finally able to come home where he was

first hand walked, then ridden bareback for 5 minutes at

a time and gradually increasing. He began to put on the

weight and muscling that he lost and gradually got stronger.

Even more importantly, our bond got stronger. After

major trauma or surgery, there are no guarantees, but this

horse has so much heart that hepushed through and made

continuous steady progress. Even with the progress, I was

not sure where that would lead in terms of riding and competing.

I know that I was beyond grateful that my best

friend was thriving.

As you can probably surmise, this story has a very happy

ending! Rebel fought through the recovery and rehabilitation.

I’m sure that it strengthened our bond, but perhaps

more importantly it has helped me appreciate each moment

and each ride that we have together. It has been a

rewarding show season, but even more importantly I have

had the privilege of spending time with Rebel improving

our connection, learning new things and being grateful for

each moment. We have had many people in our corner on

this journey. I’d like to thank each and every one that has

supported us on this adventure, whether it be a kind word,

sending prayers or healing energy or a positive thought. It

has made all the difference. In life, you don’t always get

second chances, but when you do, I hope that you can also

grab ahold of both reins and have the ride of your life! In

conclusion, I borrow the words from Michael Faudet-“He

(my horse Rebel) is the explanation mark in the happiest

sentence that I could ever possibly write.”

• • •

It was such an honor to be awarded the Horse of the

Year by Arabian Sport Horse Alliance in 2015! I want to

thank the sponsors of this award, Angelique Anthony and

Clinton Voris. Angelique awarded us with a beautiful trophy

and Clinton crafted a one of a kind pedigree. Both of

which will grace my home for years to come. - Phyllis

SHAGYAS continued from previous page

The other three most influential Shagya-Arabians in

warmblood breeding are GAZAL VII, LAPIS, and BAJAR.

GAZAL VII was head stallion at the Babolna State Stud for

many years, and was imported into Germany in the 1960’s.

He and several of his sons and grandsons have stood at

the Hanoverian State Stud at Celle, and were also used for

Trakehners, Holsteiners, and Westphalians. Interestingly,

his grandson AMOR was also leased to the Austrian State

Lipizzaner stud in Piber in order to help regenerate that

breed.

The Yugoslavian-born LAPIS was ridden by a German

officer to Russia and back during World War II, surviving

many hardships in the Russian winter campaign and taking

his rider safely back to Germany, where he was bred

to a Hungarian-bred mare of largely Thoroughbred breeding

to produce the famous BURNUS, a horse who qualified

for the German Olympic Team in both dressage and

eventing. BURNUS has become another legend in German

Warmblood breeding, producing such horses as the eventing

champion WINDFALL who was eventually exported to

the USA.

In recent years the German-bred BAJAR has risen to the

top in terms of the numbers of his descendants who are

winners in dressage and jumping on an international level.

Among them was the BAJAR daughter WHITE GIRL, a mare

out of a Trakehner mare who was on the German eventing

Olympic team in Atlanta.

So, what is this breed actually like? The purebred

Shagya-Arabian is a medium-size (15 hh--16.lhh) horse

of distinctly Arabian character exhibiting the sport horse

qualities of substantial bone, strong rectangular frame,

long sloping pelvis, prominent withers and good saddle

position, broad strong coupling with a harmonious topline,

inherent jumping ability, powerful elastic gaits, and high

rideability. Equally important is the Shagya-Arabian’s inborn

calmness, friendliness towards humans and a great

work ethic. With some of the oldest written pedigrees in

the horse breeding world the breed has nearly unrivaled

genetic predictability. The best introduction is to see one

in person, because in person you can experience their elegant

and flowing movement coupled with their proud, yet

down-to-earth working disposition.

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ASHA

Highlight Award

Winners

Young Horse Show Series show at High Point

Hanoverians, Chestertown, MD

August 6, 2016

Starr Vaughn Summer Dressage

August 26-28, 2016

National Dressage Pony Cup Championships

July 8-10, 2016

Inaugural Breed Show

held in conjunction with NDPC

AHA registered horse: Heiress of Piaff (*Piaff x Virag)

2013 Black Bay Half-Arab mare

Owned & bred by Shayna Dolinger

Highest placing AHA horse in 3 year old Jump Chute, 3

year old in-hand, and 3 Year old Under Saddle classes

Sponsored by Golden Essence+++//

Breed Show Winner: Aurelius GOA (Magic Aulrab x

Proberry Bey) 2011 chestnut Arabian stallion

Owned by Seana Willis

Bred by Golden Oak Arabians & Warmbloods

Sponsored by Golden Essence+++//

NDPC High Score Arabian Winner Cooler and Neck

Sash: Noblique+/ (MHR Nobility x CSL Carizma+/)

2006 bay mare

Ridden, owned & bred by Bonnie Womack

Champion at 4th level and Reserve Champion at FEI

Test of Choice

Highlight Award for DSHB In-Hand Arabian IBC: Skats

Magnum Star (Midnight Magnum x Skats Joejoy Ali

Star) 2010 bay stallion owned & bred by Donna

Skatrund and handled by Kayla Johnson

Winner of the NDPC Six-Year-Old Futurity (2nd level)

ridden by Kayla Johnson of Nashville, TN with a score

of 62.463%.

Sponsors for the NDPC awards: Angelique Anthony, Golden Oaks Arabian & Warmbloods, Gainey

Cornerstone Arabians, Paula Nelson, Zarabeth Wilkins, Sonja Hampton, Gwen Davies, Faerie Court Farm

Arabian-bred horse in any sport horse registry: Taproot

Dutch Diamond (Its the Luck of the Irish x Hall

of Fame) 2013 brown Irish Sport Horse stallion (25%

Arabian)

Owned & bred by Sarah Watkins

Won the 3 year old Jump Chute class

Sponsored by Showbiz Farms

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High Score Arabian in the breed show. Winner of the

5 & older stallions and the third highest score overall

Dressage Winner: Aul Saba +/ (Magic Aulrab x Rajkumari

Zarra+) 2003 gray Half-Arabian mare

Owned & bred by Patrica Jackson

Sponsored by Golden Oak Arabians & Warmbloods

1st Level Dressage

** Sire of both these horses, Magic Aulrab, is owned

by ASHA Charter Member, Peter Mileo.


USDF CDS Northern Jr./Young Riders

Championships

July 31 – Aug 2, 2016

2015 FEI North American Junior/Young

Riders Championships

ASHA Highlight Award for High Score Arabian-bred

: Blackhawk Benraz (Telynau Royal Charter x Benraz

Jacqueline), 13 yr. old gelding.13h Welsh/Arabian.

Score 80.577%.

Beginner Novice – Junior (BNJ-AECA): “Mischief Managed”

bay Arabian cross mare owned by Cyndi Crosby

and ridden by Kaley Crosby (31/41)

Intermediate – (I-AEC) : Halimey (Askar x Hamamelis

GO) 2005 Trakehner (25%Arab/Shagya) 7th of 54

starters owned by Christine Turner ridden by Bruce

(Buck) Davidson Jr.

Sponsored by Faerie Court Farm

Bred by Cory Soltau, owned by Marlis Erdell of Walnut

Creek,CA & ridden by Sophia Kehlmann of Walnut

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Trainer Christiane Noelting of Vacaville,CA

Championships High Score

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Champion Training Level 14 & Under

Sponsored by Tamara with the Camera

American Eventing Championships

August 31- Sept 4, 2016

Beginner Novice – (BNJ-AECB 14 and under) “Bird Is

The Word” Arabian cross owned and ridden by Kate

Hovland (24/31)

2015 AWARDS

2015 Centerline Dressage

at HITS Saugerties

Kelsey Russell and My Wild Irish Gold, Anglo Arabian

owned by Valerie Kanavy

Gold Medalist-Endurance

Sponsored by ASHA

2015 Rebecca Farm Horse Trials

Beginner Novice – Amateur (BNAM-AECA): Shaqir

(Shadimar x KR Southernsunday) 1998 chestnut

Arabian gelding 1st Place (27 starters) owned and

ridden by Kelly Young

Beginner Novice – Horse (BNH-AEC): “Brego” bay Arabian

cross gelding owned by Linda Mattocks and ridden

by Hattie Clark

Susannah Jones and SF Hearts and Flowers, Half-Arabian

High Score Arabian-bred

Sponsored by Anne Zahradnik

Malinda Zielke and Lederhosen, Half-Arabian

7th place, Training Level 3-Day Long Format

Sponsored by Faerie Court Farm

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Sport Registry Award: Showbiz Farms

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Starr Vaughn Summer Dressage:

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ASHA Call To Action!

- How to Get Involved -

1) Join the Team! ASHA is a member based organization Arabian-bred sport horses are an important part of the sport

built to help connect many segments of the Arabian sport horse horse world!

community so we can work together to recognize and encourage

support for Arabian-bred sport horses and ponies throughfiles

posted by some of our Charter Farm and Farm members.

3) Farm Profile Gallery! Please check out the farm proout

the sport horse performance disciplines and in sport horse https://arabiansporthorsealliance.org/membership/farm-gallery/

This gallery is a great way to help spread the word about

and pony breeding.

We purposely built the governance structure to be rooted dedicated Arabian, Shagya, Anglo-Arabian, and Arabian lineage

in the membership and to be accountable to the membership. incorporating sport horse breeders and we are pleased to offer

this as a benefit to all our Charter Farm and Farm

Ultimately, the Alliance needs an engaged membership

that will help expand and improve our programs

members.

and our reach. We appreciate your support

These farm profiles are also included in the

and look forward to being able to welcome

Yearbook & Directory. Check them out!

people to committees, to assist with essential

tasks, and to run for the BOD.

have not yet done so are invited to submit

Charter Farm and Farm members who

Interested in helping form committees?

Want to help with our publica-

that can be accessed when logged in:

profiles of their farms via this form

tions, social media, or community outreach,

or any other aspect of helping

members/list-your-farm/

https://arabiansporthorsealliance.org/

to grow and strengthen the Alliance?

If you have questions or want

Reach out and let us know how you’d

assistance with editing your write-up

like to help via info@arabiansporthorsealliance.org

or (410) 823-5579

porthorsealliance.org

please contact us at info@arabians-

Even if you are not able to step

4) Horse Recording! Recording

your Arabian-bred sport horses

up to take on a leadership role in the

Alliance, membership participation at

with the Alliance is a free benefit of

all levels is necessary to make the Alliance

a great resource for its members

encourage all members to record their

all membership categories, and we

and for outreach to the wider sport horse

horses with the Alliance. Horse recording

is a requirement for horse participation

world.

2) Spread the Word! Help us to grow

in Alliance horse programs like the ASHA

the Alliance by telling people about us. Word

Competition Points Program, inclusion in the

of mouth is a valuable tool for a young organization

so tell your friends about us. Share information

Farm member stallions, listing in the Membership

Annual ASHA Stallion Roster for Farm and Charter

about the Alliance on social media and direct people to

Directory, and eligibility for special recognition awards like

our website.

ASHA Horse of the Year (and more to come).

We have several files that can be provided to members for The horse recording form can be found in the members area

promotion purposes

of the website when you are logged in. Here is the direct link

a. Flier for posting in tack stores or handing out at shows/ (will only work when you are logged in): https://arabiansporthorsealliance.org/members/points-horse-forms/#horse-recording

events

b. Stall Card that announces that you are a member of the The form is pretty simple to fill out with most fields simply presenting

a choice (breed, color, gender, primary discipline, etc.).

Alliance

c. Banner that can be printed for display at shows, clinics, The form does also ask for registration number and sire and dam

and other events

names as well as for a copy (a high resolution jpeg or PDF) of

The more people who learn about the Alliance’s mission

and outreach the more we can amplify the message that hand when you fill out the form. Since the Alliance is open

an official pedigree so make sure you have that information at

to

horses with a minimum of 25% Arabian or Shagya lineage and

thus includes horses from many registries including a copy of the

pedigree functions as proof of eligibility for ASHA programs and

awards.

For Farm and Charter Farm members entering stallions

the form asks for information relevant to stallion roster listing

including SCID, CA, and LFS status, stud fees, photos, and a blurb

promoting accomplishments, lineages, and siring qualities. We

are happy to assist members to write or edit their stallion’s promo

paragraph so contact us if you need help or have questions.

5) Consider participating in AHSA’s Competition Points Program!

This affordable program offers year end awards for points

earned in the discipline categories of eventing, dressage (plus

a high score for each level), hunters, combined driving, jumpers,

distance riding, carriage driving, western dressage, driven

dressage, sport discipline suitability, and sport discipline in-hand

in open competition and the same discipline categories (where

they exist) in breed show competitions. Rated shows earn higher

points than schooling shows, and FEI sanctioned events earn

even more!

For the progressive disciplines (everything except suitability

and in-hand) the program also includes a lifetime points system

called the Milestone Awards that recognizes achievement over

time with three award tiers in each discipline –Bronze, Silver,

Gold.

A third aspect of the ASHA Competition Points Program is the

ASHA Versatility Award which will be given to all horses that earn

Milestone Bronze Medals in 3 (or more) disciplines.

The Milestone Awards and Versatility Awards will begin to

be rolled out at the conclusion of the 2016 competition year,

andt points toward those programs were earned starting with the

2015 program.

We are looking forward to giving out cool prizes to the 2016

winners!

6) Award Sponsorships and Award Development! The Alliance

offers opportunities for members to co-sponsor awards

and supports member initiatives to develop perpetual awards or

other special awards to recognize a whole spectrum of achievements

within the Arabian-bred sport horse world. Several members

have already stepped up to sponsor Highlight Awards in

2015 and 2016 and a few perpetual awards are in development.

If you have an idea for an award or are interested in any level of

award sponsorship (the Highlight Awards are just $25 each to

sponsor) reach out to us at awards@arabiansporthorsealliance.

org All sponsors are announced with the awards and published

in news items relating to the awards.

Official ASHA

Merchandise

Apparel

Bags

Gifts

Visit our storefront

Customize

with your

size and

colors

Percentage of

sales benefit

AHSA’s

programs

arabiansporthorse.logosoftwear.com

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2015 Year End Awards

Endurance (All-Breed Competition -

Arabian/Arabian-bred) Champion:

Misfit Toi (Arabian) Owner: Manda Morris

Eventing (All-Breed Competition -

Arabian/Arabian-bred) Champion:

Lederhosen, Trakehner (Half-Arabian) Owner: Malinda Zielke

Hunters (Breed Restricted Competition -

Arabian) Champion:

FR Hercules++++// (Arabian) Owner: Beth Thomas

Hunters (Breed Restricted Competition -

Arabian) Reserve Champion:

Zalezhar Halima+ (Arabian) Owner: Missy Snyder

Hunters (Breed Restricted Competition -

Arabian-bred) Champion:

E-Jack Daniels ++// (Half-Arabian) Owner: Rebecca Fielding

Hunters (Breed Restricted Competition -

Arabian-bred) Reserve Champion:

HF IrishKnight+/ (Anglo-Arabian) Owner: Amanda Endrizzi

Jumpers (All-Breed Competition -

Arabian/Arabian-bred) Champion:

Lederhosen, Trakehner (Half-Arabian) Owner: Malinda Zielke

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2015 Year End Awards

Western Dressage (All-Breed Competition -

Arabian/Arabian-bred) Champion &

Western Dressage (Breed Restricted Competition -

Arabian/Arabian-bred) Champion:

WKF Ebony Phoenix (Arabian) Owner: Jean Donhauser

Suitability (Breed Restricted Competition -

Arabian) Champion:

Dreamkeeper DHA+/ (Arabian) Owner: Ann Hertel

Suitability (Breed Restricted Competition -

Arabian) Reserve Champion:

FR Hercules++++// (Arabian) Owner: Beth Thomas

Suitability (Breed Restricted Competition -

Arabian-bred) Champion:

E-Jack Daniels ++// (Half-Arabian) Owner: Rebecca Fielding

Suitability (Breed Restricted Competition -

Arabian-bred) Reserve Champion;

Dressage (Breed Restricted Competition -

Arabian-bred) Reserve Champion

Dressage High Score Champion First Level:

Jettin to the Daence +++// (Half-Arabian)

Owner: Mary Ann Laferrier

In-Hand (Breed Restricted Competition - Arabian) Champion

Dressage (Breed Restricted Competition - Arabian) Champion:

AM Victory Parade ++++// (Arabian) Owner: Paula Nelson

In-Hand (Breed Restricted Competition -

Arabian) Reserve Champion:

Black Magyk++ (Arabian) Owner: Dawn Voris

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In-Hand (Breed Restricted Competition -

Arabian-bred) Champion:

Winsomes April Fool ++++// (Half-Arabian)

Owner: Rebecca Fielding


2015 Year End Awards

In-Hand (Breed Restricted Competition -

Arabian-bred) Reserve Champion:

Al-Marah Oliver Twist+/ (Anglo-Arabian) Owner: Paula Nelson

Dressage (All-Breed Competition -

Arabian) Champion:

Stone of Fire (Arabian) Owner: Phyllis Walsh

Dressage (All-Breed Competition -

Arabian) Reserve Champion &

Dressage High Score Champion Intro Level:

Perrys Ranger (Arabian) Owner: Blayne Garsky

Dressage (All-Breed Competition -

Arabian-bred) Champion:

Kurt Ali Khan+/ (Half-Arabian) Owner: Cynthia DeRousie

Dressage (All-Breed Competition -

Arabian-bred) Reserve Champion &

Dressage High Score Champion Training Level:

ALF Freetime++ (Half-Arabian) Owner: Anne Zahradnik

Dressage (Breed Restricted Competition -

Arabian) Reserve Champion:

Aroze To Nobility + (Arabian) Owner: Angela White

Dressage (Breed Restricted Competition -

Arabian-bred) Champion:

VF Majestic Rogue+++// (Anglo-Arabian)

Dressage High Score Champion Second Level &

Dressage High Score Champion Third Level:

Trade Secret CC+ (Arabian) Owner: Darsie Belle

Owner: Maddy Jahns

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The Performance Shagya-Arabian Registry:

A Modern Approach to Historic Breeding Excellence

In the International Shagya Araber Gesellschaft

July, 2012, the Performance Shagya-Arabian

Registry (PShR) was accepted as a member of

(ISG). The PShR prides itself in combining the traditional

testing procedures used worldwide with modern standards

including the Interior test and mare performance testing.

Testing provides valuable information for breeders

seeking appropriate breeding stock and it provides documented

information for buyers seeking accurate information

when selecting the perfect riding horse.

The PShR is committed to a system of inspections and

performance testing in North America to determine and

recognize:

• Shagya-Arabian breeding stock

• Showcase the Shagya-Arabian geldings and Shagya

Sporthorses

• Open to all Shagya-Arabians and Shagya sport horses,

even those not registered with the PShR

• Open to Purebred Arabians seeking breeding approval

and/or testing validation

WHY AN INSPECTION?

The PShR uses a performance based inspection to determine

breeding stock and recognize (and appreciate) the

progeny resulting from performance breeding. The Performance

Shagya-Arabian Registry has aligned with the ISG

and uses a “European style” inspection and licensing system

comprised of multiple tests and standards. The mandatory

requirements for breeding animals includes the

presentation of the horse in-hand, mandatory SCID test for

all purebred Arabians seeking Shagya-Arabian breeding

approval, free jumping, DNA must be on file, Interior test,

rideablilty with test riders, and an onsite veterinary exam.

In addition to the mandatory requirements, all breeding

animals must compete in their choice of competition. For

example, mares seeking Book I placement they may either

1) complete 500 miles of distance riding, 2) place in the

USDF All-Breed division at training level, compete at “E”

level in eventing or jumping or obtain points as a meritorious

mare by producing a significant number of performance

proven offspring.

The significance of holding an inspection of this type

is two-fold:

1. First, it provides an opportunity to showcase the

many talents of the Shagya-Arabian and Shagya Sporthorses

and to promote the rare breed to the public.

2. Second, it gives the PShR members and guests a

chance to learn from expert European judges while enjoying

time spent together with friends, old and new.

The PShR invests in the expense and organizational efforts

to bring experienced ISG approved Shagya-Arabian

judges from Europe. We have had judges with FEI judging

experience in eventing and dressage, judges who have

worked at and/or been directors at Shagya-Arabian State

Studs, and judges that are currently active in the ISG. The

use of European judges has helped the PShR assure accurate

studbook placement for breeding stock in North

America and require mandatory performance testing of

stallions.

WHAT HAPPENS AT A PShR INSPECTION?

Mares and Stallions are “inspected” while Geldings and

Shagya Sporthorses are “evaluated.” Both consist of multiple,

mandatory phases. For Mares and Stallions, successful

completion of these requirements results in PShR Licensing

and placement in the PShR Studbooks per their performance

and pedigree. The PShR Studbooks are recognized

by all members of the ISG worldwide. For Geldings and

Shagya Sporthorses, evaluation and the successful completion

of the mandatory tests along with performance

testing results in certification and recognition.

The inspection process takes place over the course of

several days, depending on the number of horses to be inspected

and what phases will be participated in by each

horse and his owner/handler. Participants can complete

any phases of the inspection they want, it is not necessary

to complete all phases at one time. For example, if a horse

is too young to be ridden or not yet trained in jumping,

these phases can be completed at a later date. One of the

simplest tests to prepare for and complete is the Interior

Test, which makes it a good place to start.

The Mandatory test at an inspection site includes:

1. All mares and stallions seeking licensing and breeding

approval must stand for examination by the licensed

Veterinarian at the inspection site. Geldings and Shagya

Sporthorses stand as well for documentation. The horse’s

height, girth and cannon bone will be measured; the pulse

and respiration will be taken; the eyes, mouth, teeth and

jaw, legs and hooves will be examined. The purpose of the

exam is to look for anomalies, heart defects, existing faults

of teeth or testicles, deficiencies or other conditions indicating

genetic predisposition. The exam also will include,

but is not limited to, a flexion test and trot out on a hard

surface. The horse should willingly cooperate with the examination

protocol. Geldings previously used for breeding

may not be presented for stallion breeding approval

per the ISG guidelines but may be evaluated as a gelding.

2. The in-hand presentation includes the triangle as per

the USDF specifications. In addition, horses are allowed to

show at liberty. USDF criteria

for in-hand presentation

includes appropriate

dress of the handler, horses

well groomed, and a bridle

on horses 2 years of age or

older.

3. The Interior Test is

designed to determine the

character and temperament

of the horse in an unusual

situation. The horse

is scored on his willingness

to walk beside the handler

in an easily managed fashion.

4. To complete the Rideability test, horses four years of

age or older are ridden at a walk, trot and canter in the discipline

style of the riders’ choice. Each horse is ridden by

the owner and two test riders. The judges and test riders

score the horse based on their overall impression, willingness

to work and temperament.

5. The Free Jump, which is a jump chute consisting of

three obstacles, in this order: a simple cross-rail, a vertical,

and an oxer. The horse would be released into the chute,

and the height and spread of the oxer would be increased

at the discretion of the judge during the multiple runs

through the course. The horse is evaluated on his bascule

(well-arched back).

HOW TO COMPLETE PERFORMANCE TESTING (KEURING)

The PShR provides several options for horses to complete

their performance testing in open competition. The

complete list for stallions, mares, geldings and Shagya

Sporthorses can be found on the PShR website at www.

performanceshagyaregistry.org in the RZBO (Breeding

guidelines) approved by the ISG. The ISG establishes a

minimum standard for performance testing while encouraging

a higher level of testing and awards Elite status

when specific criteria are met. Shagya Keurings in Europe

are comparable to Warmblood licensing standards.

A couple of examples of minimum performance requirements

for licensing include:

5.I.1. Jumping

• Placed at least five (5) times in the upper 25% of a

class at a level comparable to the RZBO requirement of “L-

Level” of 1 meter 20.

• Competitions must be recognized by the USEF.

5.I.2. Dressage

• Receive the USDF All-Breed award at First Level

5.I.3. 3-day Event

• Placed at least five (5) times in the upper 25% of a

class at a level comparable to the RZBO requirement “Llevel”

of 1 meter 20.

• Competitions must be recognized by the USEF.

Other options include Endurance

riding, Distance Riding,

Stallion Testing Trials, Racing,

and Meritorious Sire. All

in detail on the PShR website.

Other disciplines such as Western

Riding, Reining, Hunter,

Driving and other riding disciplines

can be submitted to the

PShR for consideration.

WHAT ARE THE RESULTS?

A breed association or horse

owner can passionately and

earnestly describe the greatness

of their horses, but presenting

the horses to be evaluated

against unbiased standards adds legitimacy to those

claims and the breeding approval process forms a foundation

to ensure high quality in the future generations of the

breed for others to enjoy.

At the most recent PShR inspection tour, the Shagya-

Arabian mares that were evaluated proved they are more

than just pretty faces with good scores for free-jumping,

riding, and the interior test. Having a number of Shagya

Sporthorses (outcrosses with at least 25% Shagya in their

pedigree) presented was an excellent opportunity to visualize

the positive influence the Shagya-Arabian has on

other breeds. Our beloved Shagya-Arabian geldings, the

true ambassadors of our breed, put their hearts into the

free-jumping, showed their willingness to work for various

riders, and exhibited confidence going through the interior

test. The purebred Arabians that were presented exemplified

why we maintain a link to original roots of elegance,

stamina, and personality.

While the Shagya-Arabian is building in numbers, dedicated

breeders are ensuring quality over quantity to maintain

an elegant and harmonious riding horse. Members of

the PShR look forward to a continued and brilliant future

for our beloved Shagya-Arabian worldwide.

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A. S. H. A.

WANTS YOU!

See page 42 for info

AHSA’S UPCOMING PROJECTS

1. The Alliance is proud to be preparing to seek

nominations for the 2nd Annual Honoree awards to

recognize significant contributions to the Arabian

sport horse community. These awards include

a. ASHA Horse of the Year Award to recognize

outstanding achievement in sport horse performance

or sport horse breeding culminating sometime within

the last 18 months. (Horse must be owned by an

ASHA member.)

b. ASHA Hall of

Fame Horse a memorial

award to draw attention

to an Arabian-bred sport

horse from the past.

c. ASHA Hall

of Fame Individual a

posthumous award to

memorialize someone

who made a significant

impact on the Arabian

sport horse community

d. ASHA Lifetime

Achievement Award to

honor a living individual

(or breeding program)

who has made a sustained

contribution to

supporting, advancing,

and/or developing some

aspect of the Arabian

sport horse community.

(Read about the 2015

Honorees in this Yearbook & Directory!)

2. We are close to launching Business Affiliate

Memberships with various support levels that will

offer opportunities for businesses to help support

our mission via sponsorships and informational/educational

outreach while in turn providing them with

advertising opportunities on the website and in our

publications. These supporting memberships will

provide additional revenue to strengthen and expand

our programs, awards, and activities.

3. The BOD is also working hard behind the scenes

to plan for and run the second ASHA Election to fill 4

BOD member positions for a 2 year term (1/1/2017

-12/31/2018) and 2 alternate BOD members for a 1

year term for 2017. All four officer positions, President,

Vice President, Secretary, and Treasurer are also

up for election. Current holders of BOD positions

may run for re-election. otification of the nomination

process will go out to the membership and the

slate of candidates will be presented after the close

of the nomination period.

Ballots will be sent to all

members to submit their

votes. Results will be announced

at the 2nd ASHA

Annual Meeting.

4. We will hold the

2nd Annual Membership

Meeting online again this

year. We expect to use

the same software as last

year, “Go to Seminar”.

In advance of the meeting

the BOD will present

some proposals to the

membership to be discussed

and voted upon

at the meeting. Winners

of the 2016 Honoree

Awards and of the

BOD election will be announced.

More information

will be sent to the

membership as plans are finalized.

5. Investigate level of interest in member participation

in full page ads in various all-breed sport horse

publications much like the ads we have been placing

in the AHA Sport Horse Nationals Show Program. By

placing ads in all-breed publications, we can promote

our horses to a wider audience and reach out to others

who are involved with Arabian-bred sport horses

and ponies who may not be aware of our organization.

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DIRECTORY Title Page

Member Directory

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CHARTER MEMBERS

Cathryn Bauer Charter Individual Eleva WI catbauer161@gmail.com

Registered Name Breed/Registry Gender Year Color Sire Dam Primary Discipline

Takeheart+++/ Arabian Gelding 2001 Gray Aclsic Raff Akma Azure Bey Suitability Dressage

Secondary

Discipline

SPT/MPT

Approval

Janet Bellows Charter Individual/Farm Cold Spring Farm Lincoln VA Coldspring1@gmail.com

Bethany Bonham Charter Individual Corvallis OR beth.bonham@hotmail.com

Eva Byrd Charter Individual Alamance NC ncequine06@gmail.com

Denise Cossuto Charter Farm/Farm Golden Oak Arabians and Warmbloods Cottonwood CA d.cossuto@gmail.com

Tamara Torti Charter Farm/Farm Golden Oak Arabians and Warmbloods Sacramento CA tamcamera@mac.com

Registered Name Breed/Registry Gender Year Color Sire Dam Primary Discipline Secondary Discipline SPT/MPT Approval

Magnetic GOA Arabian Gelding 2016 Bay Magic Aulrab Murcjas Image Endurance Sport Horse In-Hand

Caraechstrodinair Arabian Mare 2001 Chestnut Echstrordinairy SA Portia Dressage Broodmare Hannoverian

Excepchanel

Half-Arabian

Hanoverian

Mare 2009 Bay Escudo II Caraechstrodinair (ox) Dressage

Inyas Allure GOA Arabian Mare 2010 Gray TC Miyake Aul A Frolick Endurance Broodmare

French Rivi Aira GOA Arabian Mare 2014 Chestnut *Oration++++// Caraechstrodinair Young Prospect

Wild Ivy GOA Arabian Mare 2016 Chestnut Wild Dance Caraechstrodinair Young Prospect Dressage

Rodeo Drive GOA

Half-Arabian

OLD-NA

Stallion 2016 Chestnut Rubignon Inyas Allure GOA (ox) Young Prospect Dressage

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Jessica Dean Charter Individual Columbia MO Jessdean1030@hotmail.com

Catherine Dmochowski Charter Individual Apison TN bossmare22@gmail.com

Betty Lou Domjahn Charter Individual Castlewood VA moccasinridgestables@gmail.com

Shayna Dolinger Charter Individual/Farm Showbiz Farm South Prince George VA sdolinger@aol.com

Registered Name Breed/Registry Gender Year Color Sire Dam Primary Discipline

Heiress of Piaff

Half-Arabian

RPSI

Secondary

Discipline

SPT/MPT

Mare 2013 Bay Piaff PASB (ox) Virag Sport Horse In-Hand Young Prospect RPSI

Approval

Katie Ferencik Charter Farm US Army Dressage Tucson AZ buellfire@gmail.com

Registered Name Breed/Registry Gender Year Color Sire Dam Primary Discipline Secondary Discipline SPT/MPT Approval

Horatio SF

Half-Arabian

Trakehner

Gelding 2004 Chestnut Aul Magic (ox) Himmlische Dressage

Rebecca Fielding Charter Individual Idaho Falls ID becky2412@hotmail.com

Registered Name Breed/Registry Gender Year Color Sire Dam Primary Discipline

Secondary

Discipline

SPT/MPT

Approval

Winsomes April Fool ++++// Half-Arabian Mare 2003 Chestnut MHR Nobility (ox) Rosiene Sport Horse In-Hand

E-Jack Daniels ++// Half-Arabian Gelding 2009 Bay Erykk MF (ox) Nikita Hunters Dressage

Karin Foley Charter Farm/Farm Ashleigh Stud, US and Solarhill Sport Horses Camden SC karinfoley@rocketmail.com

Susan Hall Charter Individual Platte City MO sibella9@gmail.com

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Jennifer Hamilton Charter Farm/Farm An Tearmann Arabians Lodi WI jmhamilton01@hughes.net

Tim Schaap Charter Farm/Farm An Tearmann Arabians Lodi WI info@antearmannarabians.com

Registered Name Breed/Registry Gender Year Color Sire Dam Primary Discipline

Secondary

Discipline

SPT/MPT

Approval

Al-Marah Seahonor Arabian Mare 1995 Chestnut AM Sea Captain++ Al-Marah Dorer Broodmare

Al-Marah Diva Arabian Mare 2002 Gray AM Good Oldboy + Brown R Yasmeen Dressage Sport Horse In-Hand

AM Capricious Star + Arabian Mare 2005 Gray AM Good Oldboy + AM Capableclemmie Hunters Sport Horse In-Hand

Al-Marah So Powerful ++/ Arabian Mare 2007 Gray AM Double Dream Al-Marah Seahonor Dressage Sport Horse In-Hand

Al-Marah Dove Star +++/ Arabian Mare 2010 Chestnut AM Good Oldboy + Al-Marah Loves Labour Dressage Sport Horse In-Hand

Ar-Raqis +++/ Arabian Stallion 2011 Bay Bremervale Andronicus ++++// AM Capricious Star+ Sport Horse In-Hand Dressage

Commandperformance AT+ Arabian Stallion 2011 Chestnut AM Chance Command ++++// Al-Marah Diva Sport Horse In-Hand Dressage

So Valiant ATA Arabian Gelding 2011 Bay Almarah Mr Dream Al-Marah Seahonor Sport Horse In-Hand Hunters

So Swift The Justice Arabian Gelding 2012 Bay Al Marah Swift ++++// Al-Marah Seahonor Sport Horse In-Hand Hunters

Khamseen Al Badia Arabian Gelding 2013 Bay Bremervale Andronicus ++++// AM Capricious Star+ Sport Horse In-Hand Dressage

So Dramatic Arabian Gelding 2014 Chestnut Bremervale Andronicus ++++// Al-Marah Seahonor Sport Horse In-Hand Dressage

So Charismatic Arabian Gelding 2015 Chestnut Bremervale Andronicus ++++// Al-Marah Seahonor Sport Horse In-Hand Dressage

Peggy Ingles Charter Individual Towson MD pegasus4444@comcast.net

Registered Name Breed/Registry Gender Year Color Sire Dam Primary Discipline

Secondary

Discipline

SPT/MPT

Approval

All Good Things Anglo-Arabian Mare 2001 Bay Post Exchange+// (x) Deal Em Fitz (xx) Hunters

Mission Accomplished Anglo-Arabian Gelding 2002 Roan Post Exchange+// (x) Bint Lea Rouge (ox) Hunters

Dawn Jones-Low Charter Farm/Farm Faerie Court Farm Vergennes VT info@faeriecourtfarm.com

Thomas Jones-Low Charter Farm/Farm Faerie Court Farm Vergennes VT tjoneslow@gmail.com

Registered Name Breed/Registry Gender Year Color Sire Dam Primary Discipline Secondary Discipline SPT/MPT Approval

Amira Farah Arabian Mare 1993 Gray Amir Farah Demelza Dshams Dressage Broodmare

AAA Blazin Celebrity Arabian Mare 2003 Chestnut Naibara Blaze Man Rose of Quality Broodmare

FCF Gossamer Jewell Arabian Mare 2005 Gray AM Ghost Ship BruMarBa Callisto Broodmare

FCF Titanias Vanity Arabian 60 Mare 2005 Gray AF Vanitys Repeat AM Tawny Britania Broodmare Dressage 61


AAA Blazin Celebrity Arabian Mare 2003 Chestnut Naibara Blaze Man Rose of Quality Broodmare

FCF Gossamer Jewell Arabian Mare 2005 Gray AM Ghost Ship BruMarBa Callisto Broodmare

FCF Titanias Vanity Arabian Mare 2005 Gray AF Vanitys Repeat AM Tawny Britania Broodmare Dressage

FCF Gossamer Prince Arabian Gelding 2006 Chestnut AM Ghost Ship Amira Farah Dressage

FCF Silver Stardust Arabian Mare 2006 Gray AF Vanitys Repeat AM Tawny Britania Broodmare Dressage

FCF Oberons Vanity Arabian Stallion 2006 Gray AF Vanitys Repeat BruMarBa Callisto Dressage Eventing

FCF Faerie Fire Arabian Mare 2007 Gray Naibara Blaze Man Amira Farah Broodmare

FCF As You Wish Arabian Mare 2008 Chestnut AAA Legend ofthe Seas Rieba Dressage Broodmare

FCF Enchanted Flame Arabian Gelding 2009 Chestnut AAA Legend ofthe Seas FCF Titanias Vanity Eventing

FCF MagicAul Gem Arabian Mare 2009 Gray Aul Magic FCF Gossamer Jewell Dressage

FCF King ofthe Fairys Arabian Stallion 2010 Chestnut AAA Legend ofthe Seas FCF Titanias Vanity Dressage

FCF Elfin Felicity Arabian Mare 2012 Gray FCF Oberons Vanity AAA Blazin Celebrity Young Prospect

FCF Charming Pixie Arabian Mare 2012 Gray FCF Oberons Vanity Glorious Epiphany OLA Young Prospect Dressage

FCF CelestiAul Wizard Arabian Gelding 2015 Gray Magic Aulrab FCF Silver Stardust Young Prospect Dressage

70 Day

Test

RPSI

Louise Kistner Charter Individual Newport Beach CA louisekistner@me.com

Kim Lacy Charter Farm Hidden Falls Farm Arlington WA kim@hiddenfallsfarm.net

Dorann LaPerch Charter Farm/Farm Bonn-Fyre Farms Moorpark CA bonnfyrefarms@aol.com

Marc Watson Charter Farm/Farm Bonn-Fyre Farms Moorpark CA bonnfyrefarms@aol.com

Registered Name Breed/Registry Gender Year Color Sire Dam Primary Discipline Secondary Discipline SPT/MPT Approval

LA LegacyInBlack+++// Arabian Stallion 1996 Black JY Blackwings Naaja Black Gem Dressage Sport Horse In-Hand

The Terminatorr+ Half-Arabian Stallion 1999 Gray Azh Naborr (ox) L'argent- GVHR Dressage Sport Horse In-Hand

Elikzir+ Arabian Stallion 2005 Chestnut Ganges Ularia Dressage Sport Horse In-Hand

Gwen Marshall Charter Farm/Farm Westbrook Sport Horses Burley WA gwenm@wavecable.com

Ed Marshall Charter Farm/Farm Westbrook Sport Horses Burley WA gwenm@wavecable.com

Registered Name Breed/Registry 62 Gender Year Color Sire Dam Primary Discipline Secondary 63 Discipline SPT/MPT Approval

Half-Arabian


Gwen Marshall Charter Farm/Farm Westbrook Sport Horses Burley WA gwenm@wavecable.com

Ed Marshall Charter Farm/Farm Westbrook Sport Horses Burley WA gwenm@wavecable.com

Registered Name Breed/Registry Gender Year Color Sire Dam Primary Discipline Secondary Discipline SPT/MPT Approval

Corre Con El Viento

Half-Arabian

Trakehner

Stallion 2006 Bay Windfall Huadoresya (ox) Jumpers Dressage AWS

Jennifer Mc Cloud Charter Individual Snohomish WA Mph_tsf@yahoo.com

Peter Mileo Charter Individual Minden NV Cityslickerranchnevada@gmail.com

Registered Name Breed/Registry Gender Year Color Sire Dam Primary Discipline

Secondary

Discipline

SPT/MPT

Approval

Magic Aulrab Arabian Stallion 1993 Chestnut Aulrab Phyllis Dream Endurance

Aul A Frolick Arabian Mare 2000 Gray Magic Aulrab Inya Endurance Broodmare

GG Springs Pixiepower Arabian Mare 2004 Gray AM Power Raid AM Soft Spring Endurance Broodmare

Mark Miller Charter Farm Al-Marah Arabian Horses Clermont FL almaraharabians1988@gmail.com

Stacy Mortazavi Charter Individual Lincoln CA stacymortazavi@yahoo.com

Melissa Mount Charter Individual Westfield VT steffiesweetsteps@gmail.com

Registered Name Breed/Registry Gender Year Color Sire Dam Primary Discipline Secondary Discipline SPT/MPT Approval

Profits Sweet Steps + Half-Arabian Mare 2007 Chestnut Hillcrest Profit Sofine Sweetthing (ox) Dressage Broodmare

Paula Nelson Charter Individual Cave Creek AZ Paulae.nelson@gmail.com

Registered Name Breed/Registry Gender Year Color Sire Dam Primary Discipline Secondary Discipline SPT/MPT Approval

AM Victory Parade ++++// Arabian Gelding 2009 Gray AM Power Raid+++/ AM Lightening Raid Dressage

Al-Marah Oliver Twist+/ Anglo-Arabian Gelding 2010 Bay AM Good Oldboy+ (ox) Queen Christine (xx) Dressage

64 65


Christine (Tina) Ostertag Charter Individual Attica NY tmellowbe@yahoo.com

April Nickelson Charter Individual Ironton MO lirpanickelson@hughes.net

Registered Name Breed/Registry Gender Year Color Sire Dam Primary Discipline

Secondary

Discipline

BP Caleesa+ Arabian Mare 2008 Black TDR White Stone Saud Eleesa Dressage Suitability

Mandolinn Rain Arabian Mare 2015 Bay Pogrom Milady Magnum Sport Horse In-Hand Young Prospect

TDR Sjoerds Sultana Half-Arabian Mare 2011 Bay Sjoerd MTN Cadonja (ox) Dressage Suitability

SPT/MPT

Approval

Debra Peebles Charter Individual Southern Pines NC Windwood3@aol.com

Jim Porcher Charter Individual/Farm Jim Porcher Sport Horses Los Ranchos de Albuquerque NM jsporch@comcast.net

Registered Name Breed/Registry Gender Year Color Sire Dam Primary Discipline Secondary Discipline SPT/MPT Approval

Unikornio Arabian Stallion 2001 Chestnut Gual Xirac Hakima Eventing Sport Horse In-Hand

Ready Freddie Anglo-Arabian Gelding 2008 Bay Brooke Front (xx) Flaming Desyre ++/ (ox) Hunters Sport Horse In-Hand

Tietar Anglo-Arabian Gelding 2014 Chestnut Czantiago++// (ox) Docs Cachet (xx) Young Prospect Sport Horse In-Hand

Regalo C Arabian Stallion 2014 Bay Czantiago++// Remarkable C Young Prospect Sport Horse In-Hand

Jacqueline D. Stott Charter Individual Apex NC jaybyrdsfarm@gmail.com

Registered Name Breed/Registry Gender Year Color Sire Dam Primary Discipline Secondary Discipline SPT/MPT Approval

DA Just Push Play + Half-Arabian Mare 2004 Bay Triften +/ (ox) DA Addiction Dressage

Beth Thomas Charter Individual Johnstown PA spike25156@yahoo.com

Registered Name Breed/Registry Gender Year Color Sire Dam Primary Discipline Secondary Discipline SPT/MPT Approval

FR Hercules++++// Arabian Gelding 2000 Bay Beau Nuit Sasha Bay Hunters Suitability

Christine Turner Charter Individual Burlington NC christrnr3@gmail.com

66 67


Christine Turner Charter Individual Burlington NC christrnr3@gmail.com

Dawn Voris Charter Individual Fort Wayne IN tricolors@gmail.com

Registered Name Breed/Registry Gender Year Color Sire Dam Primary Discipline Secondary Discipline SPT/MPT Approval

Black Magyk++/ Arabian Gelding Black PA Nyte Star Rajima Black Dressage Suitability

Precious V Arabian Mare Black Desperado V MHR Princess Bask Suitability Dressage

Peace Maker V+++/ Arabian Gelding Bay Desperado V MHR Princess Bask Dressage Sport Horse In-Hand

Kat D. Walden Charter Individual Martinez CA ashai@sbcglobal.net

Registered Name Breed/Registry Gender Year Color Sire Dam Primary Discipline Secondary Discipline SPT/MPT Approval

Rabbasabi Arabian Gelding 2008 Bay Robby Deserrt Song Dressage

Angela White Charter Farm/Farm Roze Arabians Ltd. Elizabethtown PA rozearabians@gmail.com

Registered Name Breed/Registry Gender Year Color Sire Dam

Primary

Discipline

Noble Kamara Arabian Mare 2000 Bay Imperial Al Kamar Imperial Sahrapha Broodmare

Secondary Discipline SPT/MPT Approval

Nile Roze+ Arabian Mare 2001 Gray Ansata Nile Bay LM Bint Fakher Dressage

Aroze To Nobility+ Arabian Gelding 2005 Bay Aspecial Ali Noble Kamara Dressage

Desired Millicent Arabian Mare 2007 Gray Desperados Getaway Menouthis Broodmare Prospect OLD-NA

Escapade SHF Arabian Gelding 2009 Gray Scapa The Aurura Dressage

Mehdi Amir RZ Arabian Gelding 2013 Gray Masada Mazak Nile Roze+ Young Prospect

Waheed Al Azhaar RZ Arabian Stallion 2015 Gray Amer Azhaar Desired Millicent Young Prospect

Tamara Woodcock Charter Individual Scurry TX Tamara@aelfleahfarm.com

Registered Name Breed/Registry Gender Year Color Sire Dam Primary Discipline Secondary Discipline SPT/MPT Approval

Aelfleah Falchion

Small German Riding Horse/RPSI

Half-Arabian

Mare 2012 Grey Goldhill's Brandysnap Anduril TOS (ox) Combined Driving Driven Dressage

68 69


Anne Zahradnik Charter Individual Hurley NY azahradnik@gmail.com

Registered Name Breed/Registry Gender Year Color Sire Dam Primary Discipline Secondary Discipline SPT/MPT Approval

ALF Freetime++

Half-Arabian

ISR

Gelding 2010 Bay Freestyle Spring Sojourrn (ox) Dressage

MEMBERS

Victoria Alexander-Cushman Farm Bella Via LLC Wellington NV victoria@bellaviaarabians.com

Mark Cushman Farm Bella Via LLC Wellington NV victoria@bellaviaarabians.com

Registered Name Breed/Registry Gender Year Color Sire Dam Primary Discipline Secondary Discipline SPT/MPT Approval

Graciella BV Arabian Mare 2009 Bay Dreamcatcher Rabulaun Esperanza NS Dressage

Lauren Annett Farm Bally Vae Farm Lincoln University PA laurenannettdressage@gmail.com

Fiona Gowers Farm Bally Vae Farm Lincoln University PA fgowers@verizon.net

Angelique Anthony Individual Ligonier PA aangelq@aol.com

Registered Name Breed/Registry Gender Year Color Sire Dam Primary Discipline Secondary Discipline SPT/MPT Approval

Russian Roulett+ Arabian Gelding 1986 Chestnut Wind Fortune Muscatasha Jumpers

Ronald Bartholomew Individual Martville NY Ronniegbinc@gmail.com

Nicole Bartholomew Individual Martville NY Ronniegbinc@gmail.com

70 71


Darsie Bell Individual Kent WA Darsella@gmail.com

Registered Name Breed/Registry Gender Year Color Sire Dam Primary Discipline Secondary Discipline SPT/MPT Approval

Trade Secret CC+

Arabian

Pinto (PtHA)

Gelding 2003 Black Allience +// Saabra CC Dressage Suitability

Kaitlin Bell Macias Individual Columbus GA biodieselisbetter@gmail.com

Registered Name Breed/Registry Gender Year Color Sire Dam Primary Discipline Secondary Discipline SPT/MPT Approval

Kamailla Rescue Arabian Mare 2006 Bay Unknown Unknown Eventing Fox Hunting

Corissa Belnoski Farm Straight A Performance Horses Germansville PA Murphy15@ptd.net

Joan Mitch Farm Straight A Performance Horses Germansville PA Murphy15@ptd.net

Holly Blackmore Farm Aliso Creek Ranch Acton CA blackmor@usc.edu

Heather Blackmore Farm Aliso Creek Ranch Acton CA blackmor@usc.edu

Tamara Boose Individual Hartsel CO tamara.boose@me.com

Registered Name Breed/Registry Gender Year Color Sire Dam Primary Discipline Secondary Discipline SPT/MPT Approval

Rashad Alcibiades +/ Arabian Gelding 1999 Bay TSEA Traveler Nova Wind Dressage

Katherine Brand Individual Saint Louis MO kathy.m.brand@gmail.com

Pat Burnett Individual Athens OH Burnett@ohio.edu

Linda Carroll Farm Fiery Run Farm Mannington NJ fieryrunfarm@att.net

Registered Name Breed/Registry Gender Year Color Sire Dam Primary Discipline Secondary Discipline SPT/MPT Approval

Pavvo Arabian Stallion 1994 Gray *Erros Khassiopeia Dressage Hunters A.R.A.B.S.

72 73


Gail Chasteen Farm Meadow Creek Arabians Rocky Face GA gtchasteen@gmail.com

Tom Chasteen Farm Meadow Creek Arabians Rocky Face GA gtchasteen@gmail.com

Shelley Child Farm Sterling Shagya Sporthorses Blue Jay CA sterlingshagyas@hotmail.com

Donald Child Farm Sterling Shagya Sporthorses Blue Jay CA sterlingshagyas@hotmail.com

Registered Name Breed/Registry Gender Year Color Sire Dam Primary Discipline Secondary Discipline SPT/MPT Approval

Sterling Silver AF

Shagya Arabian (NASS)

Shagya Arabian (PShR)

Stallion 2003 Gray Shandor Sapphire Dressage Eventing NASS

Joan Corey Individual Maple Valley WA Jpcorey@comcast.net

Christina Curry Farm Pleasant Nights Sport Horses Discovery Bay CA ccurry713@gmail.com

Alison Curtis Individual Madison, VA Avollmer614@gmail.com

Cambria Demarco Farm Soleil CA Equines Elfin Forest CA Khemokids@gmail.com

Dawn Cozzolino Individual Califon NJ dmc24911@gmail.com

Registered Name Breed/Registry Gender Year Color Sire Dam Primary Discipline Secondary Discipline SPT/MPT Approval

Lightning Ridge Arabian Gelding 1999 Bay Ansata Nile Bay MB Foulanna Dressage

Cindy Davis Individual Piedmont SC cabdavis94@gmail.com

Registered Name Breed/Registry Gender Year Color Sire Dam Primary Discipline Secondary Discipline SPT/MPT Approval

MA Congos Jabask Arabian Gelding 2002 Bay NV Congo Jabaska Sahar Dressage Suitability

Major Day Half-Arabian Gelding 2006 Chestnut Patrolon (ox) Calliope Suitability Sport Horse In-Hand

74 75


Natalie DeFee Mendik Individual Castle Rock CO defeemendik1@windstream.net

Registered Name Breed/Registry Gender Year Color Sire Dam Primary Discipline Secondary Discipline SPT/MPT Approval

Sabastian's Magique

Half-Arabian

Appaloosa

Gelding 1998 Chestnut Hydaway Sunscat-J The Promise (ox) Dressage

Cynthia DeRousie Individual Belleville MI chorseplay@aol.com

Registered Name Breed/Registry Gender Year Color Sire Dam Primary Discipline Secondary Discipline SPT/MPT Approval

Kurt Ali Khan Half-Arabian Gelding 2007 Bucksin Focus Ali Khan (ox) A Zippo Lighter Dressage

Jean Donhauser Individual Mineral VA jean@wizardsknoll.com

Registered Name Breed/Registry Gender Year Color Sire Dam Primary Discipline Secondary Discipline SPT/MPT Approval

WKF Ebony Phoenix Arabian Gelding 2007 Black Ebony Azzaraff Spring Shymuscatl Western Dressage Dressage

Heather Downing Individual Kansas City KS mysireneye@gmail.com

Rhonda Dunn Individual Ramona CA wbcody3@aol.com

Winston Dwyer Individual Gibson NC winston.dwyer1@icloud.com

Madison Dwyer Youth Gibson NC winston.dwyer1@icloud.com

Amanda Endrizzi Individual Buncombe IL amanda_endrizzi@hotmail.com

Registered Name Breed/Registry Gender Year Color Sire Dam Primary Discipline Secondary Discipline SPT/MPT Approval

HF IrishKnight+/ Anglo-Arabian Gelding 2010 Bay Pine Hurst Ahkeem (ox) Wanda the Witch (xx) Dressage Hunters

Lisa Fiano Individual Willington CT sunrise2363@gmail.com

76 77


Adele Furby Farm Adele's Shagyas Camp Verde AZ adele@centurylink.net

Registered Name Breed/Registry Gender Year Color Sire Dam Primary Discipline Secondary Discipline SPT/MPT Approval

Shagya Royal AF Shagya Arabian (NASS) Stallion 1999 Bay *Shandor Rachelle AA Dressage Jumpers

Shagya Raja AF Shagya Arabian (NASS) Stallion 2002 Bay Shagya Scherzo AF Rachelle AA Dressage

*Hadban USA Shagya Arabian (NASS) Stallion 2003 Bay Harapnik Ihrana Endurance Endurance

Onyx AF Shagya Arabian (NASS) Stallion 2005 Black Janos MJL Shaleez Fox Hunting

Nicolette's Revelation AF Shagya Arabian (NASS) Stallion 2006 Bay Shagya Royal AF *Nicolette Eventing 70 Day Test

Shagya

(NASS)

Shagya

(NASS)

Shagya

(NASS)

Shagya

(NASS)

Shagya

(NASS)

Bella Fricker Youth Milton Keynes Buckinghamshire, UK bella.fricker@hotmail.co.uk

Jerri Fuhriman Farm Hawk Meadow Ranch Fairview UT hawkmeadowranch@gmail.com

Thomas Fuhriman Farm Hawk Meadow Ranch Fairview UT hawkmeadowranch@gmail.com

Blayne Garsky Individual Reynoldsburg OH blaynengarsky@gmail.com

Registered Name Breed/Registry Gender Year Color Sire Dam Primary Discipline Secondary Discipline SPT/MPT Approval

Perrys Ranger Arabian Gelding 2007 Bay PA Premonition PA Arkala Bey Bey Dressage

Hallie Goetz Farm Northeast Shagyas Danby VT northeastshg@verizon.net

Jaleen Hacklander Individual Waupaca WI Info@hadayaarabians.com

Amanda Hardebeck Individual Renton WA Aimers247@msn.com

Registered Name Breed/Registry Gender Year Color Sire Dam Primary Discipline Secondary Discipline SPT/MPT Approval

CFS Dark Dreams+/ Half-Arabian Mare 2000 Tobiano JG Key To Your Dreams Juans Sombra (ox) Dressage Western Dressage

CFS Light Me Up

Half-Arabian

Pinto (PtHA)

Gelding 2011 Tobiano The Arssonist (ox) CFS Dark Dreams+/ Dressage

78 79


Pamela Hardin Individual Evans GA psh13@comcast.net

Patricia Harper Individual Delaware OH havlin33@yahoo.com

Maggie Henderson Farm Valencia Farms Corrales NM Valenciafarms@yahoo.com

Kristen Valencia Farm Valencia Farms Corrales NM Valenciafarms@yahoo.com

Ann Hertel Individual Gasport NY anilyfarm@aol.com

Registered Name Breed/Registry Gender Year Color Sire Dam Primary Discipline Secondary Discipline SPT/MPT Approval

Dreamkeeper DHA+/ Arabian Gelding 2002 Bay Falcon BHF BHF Dark Moon Suitability Gelding

Laura Hinson Individual Carmel Valley CA Laurahinson@mac.com

Jacqueline Hollandsworth Individual Kansas City KS Equinesnob@gmail.com

Registered Name Breed/Registry Gender Year Color Sire Dam Primary Discipline Secondary Discipline SPT/MPT Approval

Dacota Bey Arabian Gelding 2011 Bay Fadl Attrak-shun Shur Lee Temple Eventing Hunters

Amanda Horton Individual Boise ID Leoblair2001@yahoo.com

Jamie Howard Individual Spokane WA tezcatlepoca@gmail.com

Karrin Huhmann Individual Kansas City KS karrinhuhmann@gmail.com

80 81


Jamie Ikemoto Individual Mesa AZ horsecleaners@yahoo.com

Registered Name Breed/Registry Gender Year Color Sire Dam Primary Discipline Secondary Discipline SPT/MPT Approval

IA Invacia Arabian Mare 2006 Bay Bremervale Enforcer Fontine Suitability Jumpers

IA Elana Arabian Mare 2008 Bay Bremervale Enforcer IA Milana Suitability Western Dressage

No Rezurvacians Half-Arabian Mare 2014 Bay Resurrection IA Invacia (ox) Young Prospect Sport Horse In-Hand

Patricia Jackson Individual Esparto CA Espartopj@yahoo.com

Registered Name Breed/Registry Gender Year Color Sire Dam Primary Discipline Secondary Discipline SPT/MPT Approval

Aul Saba+ Half-Arabian Mare 2003 Gray Magic Aulrab Rajkumari Zarra+ Dressage Suitability

Madeline Jahns Individual Cave Creek AZ maddyjahns@gmail.com

Registered Name Breed/Registry Gender Year Color Sire Dam Primary Discipline Secondary Discipline SPT/MPT Approval

VF Majestic Rogue++++// Anglo-Arabian Gelding 2001 Bay LFD Amir Rogue (ox) Majestic Holme (xx) Dressage Suitability

Shea Johnson Individual Chaparral NM xhaltsalute77@gmail.com

Amy Judge Individual Lexington VA amynray@aol.com

Christina Kampman Individual Springlfield OH tkampman@woh.rr.com

Elaine Kerrigan Farm Kerrigan Bloodstock Eureka CA fahim@humboldt1.com

Registered Name Breed/Registry Gender Year Color Sire Dam Primary Discipline Secondary Discipline SPT/MPT Approval

Shagya

Samantha Shagya Arabian (NASS) Mare 1995 Gray *Amurath Samurai *Kornelia Broodmare

(NASS)

Shagya

KB Omega Fahim++++// Arabian Stallion 1996 Black Amir Fahim+ Amyrah Adhemah Dressage Sport Horse In-Hand

(NASS)

Shagya

*Thassia Shagya Arabian (NASS) Mare 2003 Black Bahadur Thirza Broodmare

(NASS)

Shagya Arabian (NASS)

Shagya

KB Thor Fahim

Half- Arab 82 Stallion 2012 Black KB Omega Fahim++++// *Thassia Dressage Sport 83 Horse In-Hand

(NASS)

Shagya Arabian (NASS)

Shagya


*Thassia Shagya Arabian (NASS) Mare 2003 Black Bahadur Thirza Broodmare

Shagya

(NASS)

KB Thor Fahim

Shagya Arabian (NASS)

Half- Arab Stallion 2012 Black KB Omega Fahim++++// *Thassia Dressage Sport Horse In-Hand

Shagya

(NASS)

KB Saracina Fahim

Shagya Arabian (NASS)

Half- Arab Mare 2013 Gray KB Omega Fahim++++// Samantha Young Prospect Broodmare

Shagya

(NASS)

KB Tomega Fahim

Shagya Arabian (NASS)

Half- Arab Stallion 2013 Black KB Omega Fahim++++// *Thassia Young Prospect Sport Horse In-Hand

Shagya

(NASS)

KB Isis Fahim Arabian Mare 2013 Black KB Omega Fahim++++// Indigo Ebony Lace Young Prospect

KB Takara Fahim

Shagya Arabian (NASS)

Half- Arab Mare 2015 Black KB Omega Fahim++++// *Thassia Young Prospect

KB Safira Fahim

Shagya Arabian (NASS)

Half- Arab Mare 2015 Black KB Omega Fahim++++// Samantha Young Prospect

Joy Koepke Individual Georgetown KY Oneperfectride@gmail.com

Registered Name Breed/Registry Gender Year Color Sire Dam Primary Discipline Secondary Discipline SPT/MPT Approval

Padrons Award Arabian Gelding 1998 Chestnut Shaklans Padron NA A-Ward Dressage Suitability

Mary Ann Laferriere Individual Chapel Hill NC Maryann.laferriere@gmail.com

Registered Name Breed/Registry Gender Year Color Sire Dam Primary Discipline Secondary Discipline SPT/MPT Approval

Jettin to the Daence+++// Half-Arabian Gelding 2005 Gray Daen KTS Zaafinah Xena (ox) Dressage

Sharon Litizzette Farm Windamere Arabians Weed CA windamereinfo@cot.net

Ed Litizzette Farm Windamere Arabians Weed CA windamereinfo@cot.net

Registered Name Breed/Registry Gender Year Color Sire Dam Primary Discipline Secondary Discipline SPT/MPT Approval

Mujiz Al Kaiwan Arabian Mare 2013 Gray Imperial Saturn Noble Imdalia

Sport Horse In-

Hand

Hunters

Lisa Littrell Individual Hartselle AL lll@hiwaay.net

Registered Name Breed/Registry Gender Year Color Sire Dam Primary Discipline Secondary Discipline SPT/MPT Approval

The Magics A Rockin Half-Arabian Gelding 2003

Appaloosa

pattern

SCF Magic Nizzam (ox) IMS Hotrockin Zippo Hunters Suitability

Bailey Lones Youth Lenoir City TN heartsadrift01@gmail.com

Registered Name Breed/Registry Gender Year Color Sire Dam Primary Discipline Secondary Discipline SPT/MPT Approval

84 85

Raindrops on Roses HL+ Half-Arabian Mare 2009 Gray Rodeo Road Classy Hunters Suitability


pattern

Bailey Lones Youth Lenoir City TN heartsadrift01@gmail.com

Registered Name Breed/Registry Gender Year Color Sire Dam Primary Discipline Secondary Discipline SPT/MPT Approval

Raindrops on Roses HL+ Half-Arabian Mare 2009 Gray Rodeo Road Classy Hunters Suitability

Julie Long Individual Hanover VA Diamondhill111@aol.com

Tara Lovre Individual Enumclaw WA lazyloperstables@gmail.com

Registered Name Breed/Registry Gender Year Color Sire Dam Primary Discipline Secondary Discipline SPT/MPT Approval

LL Carrye Oon Arabian Mare 2012 Gray Armando El Aryes Torrifficoo Sport Horse In-Hand Dressage

Georgia Martin Individual Manchester TN bgmartin13@gmail.com

Rita Mason Individual Fair Oaks CA fadaar@aol.com

Registered Name Breed/Registry Gender Year Color Sire Dam Primary Discipline Secondary Discipline SPT/MPT Approval

Khourajous Zoria Anglo-Arabian Mare 2012 Gray Legend of Khouraj (ox) Athena+++// (x) Dressage Suitability

Athena+++// Anglo-Arabian Mare 1997 Gray LS Zane Grey+// (ox) Little Badger Baby (xx) Dressage Broodmare OLD-NA

Jack Masters Youth Austin TX Mastersqh@aol.com

Registered Name Breed/Registry Gender Year Color Sire Dam Primary Discipline Secondary Discipline SPT/MPT Approval

Keepitcountry Arabian Gelding 2006 Gray Line Dancer BS Wikings Luvbug Endurance

Susan McAdoo Individual White Pine TN tobrukfarm@charter.net

Kristin McClellan Individual Lindon UT foalingaround@yahoo.com

Christine Mckay-Donovan Individual 86 Lovettsville VA cdonovan03@gmail.com 87


Christine Mckay-Donovan Individual Lovettsville VA cdonovan03@gmail.com

Kim McKimmy Farm Regent Arabians St. Michael MN info@regentarabians.com

Margie McLaughlin Farm Standing Golden Essence+++// at stud Margate City NJ mybluedoll@aol.com

Grayce McLaughlin Farm Standing Golden Essence+++// at stud Margate City NJ mybluedoll@aol.com

Registered Name Breed/Registry Gender Year Color Sire Dam Primary Discipline Secondary Discipline SPT/MPT Approval

Golden Essence+++// Arabian Stallion 1999 Chestnut Klassic Shaklan SA Patrushka Dressage Sport Horse In-Hand

Morgan Moore Farm MLM Arabians Pilot Point TX morgan.millner@gmail.com

Ryan Moore Farm MLM Arabians Pilot Point TX morgan.millner@gmail.com

Registered Name Breed/Registry Gender Year Color Sire Dam Primary Discipline Secondary Discipline SPT/MPT Approval

AO Breeze Arabian Stallion 2001 Chestnut Aclsic Raff Mosha Khaitlyn Jumpers Sport Horse In-Hand

Manda Morris Individual Austin TX mandaemorris@gmail.com

Registered Name Breed/Registry Gender Year Color Sire Dam Primary Discipline Secondary Discipline SPT/MPT Approval

Misfit Toi Arabian Gelding 2009 Chestnut A Noble Cause Ames Jlo Distance Dressage

Worth Five Arabian Mare 2009 Chestnut RD Five Star DC Worththewait Hunters Dressage

Claire Nickelson Youth Ironton MO horsefreek@hughes.net

Registered Name Breed/Registry Gender Year Color Sire Dam Primary Discipline Secondary Discipline SPT/MPT Approval

Tagg Yorr It+// Half-Arabian Gelding 2002 Black Jorrit Talsharafa (ox) Dressage Suitability

Tracy Oliver Farm Sunhaven Sporthorses Pasco WA tracy@pascovets.com

Hank Oliver Farm Sunhaven Sporthorses Pasco WA tracy@pascovets.com

Secondary

Registered Name Breed/Registry Gender Year Color Sire Dam Primary Discipline

88

Discipline

89

Aulways Magic++++// Arabian Stallion 2004 Chestnut Aul Magic +/ Aur Silver Myst Dressage Suitability

SPT/MPT

Approval


Hank Oliver Farm Sunhaven Sporthorses Pasco WA tracy@pascovets.com

Registered Name Breed/Registry Gender Year Color Sire Dam Primary Discipline

Aulways Magic++++// Arabian Stallion 2004 Chestnut Aul Magic +/ Aur Silver Myst Dressage Suitability

Midnight Booty Call Half-Arabian Mare 2009 Bay Out Til Midnight (ox) Raphaella Dressage Suitability

Aulways Somethin Anglo-Arabian Gelding 2011 Bay

Aulways Magic++++//

(ox)

Skip Through (xx) Dressage Suitability

Aulways Mystical Arabian Gelding 2011 Bay Aulways Magic++++// Out of the Myst++/ Dressage Suitability

Secondary

Discipline

SPT/MPT

Approval

Pamela Overmier Individual Normal IL parlermadame@gmail.com

Michele Owens Rieder Farm Windswept Farm Sport Horses West Chester PA windswepthorse@comcast.net

Registered Name Breed/Registry Gender Year Color Sire Dam Primary Discipline Secondary Discipline SPT/MPT Approval

True North+/ Half-Arabian Gelding 1995 Bay Ecstacy (ox) Green Beaty Hunters Dressage

Windswept Boston Beau Half-Arabian Gelding 2000 Bay SH Boston Bean (ox) Fleur D' Amour Dressage Hunters

Windswept Casanova Half-Arabian Gelding 2005 Bay Politiciann (ox) Fleur D' Amour Dressage Suitability

Windswept Deja Vu Half-Arabian Gelding 2007 Gray Klint Black+++// (ox) Fleur D' Amour Hunters Dressage

Jane Patterson Individual Harrodsburg KY gharabians@gmail.com

Kobe Pielow Youth Coatesville PA gleefreak.30@gmail.com

Registered Name Breed/Registry Gender Year Color Sire Dam Primary Discipline Secondary Discipline SPT/MPT Approval

AAA Legend ofthe Seas Arabian Gelding 2002 Chestnut Naibara Blaze Man HSA Seamist Dressage Hunters

Carol Ranke Individual East Aurora NY Daydreamlily@yahoo.com

Christine Raposo Individual Knightsen CA sweetdreamer666@gmail.com

Registered Name Breed/Registry Gender Year Color Sire Dam Primary Discipline Secondary Discipline SPT/MPT Approval

Bewitched Bey++ Arabian Mare 2005 Bay BA Bey Elation Beguiled Sport Horse In-Hand Suitability

90 91

Laura Raposo Individual San Mateo CA lolotata59@hotmail.com


Laura Raposo Individual San Mateo CA lolotata59@hotmail.com

Registered Name Breed/Registry Gender Year Color Sire Dam Primary Discipline Secondary Discipline SPT/MPT Approval

Show No Fear Half-Arabian Gelding 2014 Gray Showgun PGN (ox) Sweet-N-Sassy Sport Horse In-Hand

Carolyn Reed Individual Eagleville TN carolynrdhll@aol.com

Jodi Reynolds Individual Carefree AZ

Registered Name Breed/Registry Gender Year Color Sire Dam Primary Discipline Secondary Discipline SPT/MPT Approval

CJA Debbonheir +/ Arabian Gelding 2005 Bay The Millionheir CJA Lorelei Dressage

Jodi Robbins Individual Germanton NC asuhorsegirl@yahoo.com

Registered Name Breed/Registry Gender Year Color Sire Dam Primary Discipline Secondary Discipline SPT/MPT Approval

Tulach Ard

Half-Arabian

PHR

Gelding 2012 Chestnut Tristtan+++// (ox) Accolades Dressage Young Prospect

Lisa Robinson Individual Gilmanton NH lrobinson@metrocast.net

Nicole Rowley Individual Thorp WA rowleyn@hotmail.com

Linda Rudolphi Farm WineGlass Farm Noble IL wineglassfarm1@yahoo.com

Olivia Rudolphi DVM Farm WineGlass Farm Noble IL wineglassfarm1@yahoo.com

Registered Name Breed/Registry Gender Year

H. WineGlass Syrah

Hungarian Felver

Shagya Sporthorse (PSHR)

Colo

r

Sire Dam Primary Discipline Secondary Discipline SPT/MPT Approval

Mare 2005 Gray *Budapest H. WineGlass Sonoma Endurance

WineGlass Dora Shagya Arabian (PShR) Mare 2006 gray *Max WineGlass Diva Endurance PShR PShR

H. WineGlass Serenade

H. WineGlass Szolo

H. WineGlass Gavrila

Hungarian Felver

Shagya Sporthorse (PSHR)

Mare 2009 Gray *Budapest H. WineGlass Sonoma Endurance

Hungarian Felver

Shagya Sporthorse (PSHR)

Gelding 2013 Gray *Budapest H. WineGlass Sonoma Young Prospect Dressage

Hungarian Felver

92

Shagya Sporthorse (PSHR)

Mare 2014 Bay *Budapest H. WineGlass Glory Young Prospect Hunters 93

Hungarian Horse

Association of America


H. WineGlass Szolo

H. WineGlass Gavrila

HS WineGlass Pik

Norton

Shagya Sporthorse (PSHR)

Hungarian Felver

Shagya Sporthorse (PSHR)

Hungarian Felver

Shagya Sporthorse (PSHR)

Hungarian Sportlo

Shagya Sporthorse (PSHR)

Gelding 2013 Gray *Budapest H. WineGlass Sonoma Young Prospect Dressage

Mare 2014 Bay *Budapest H. WineGlass Glory Young Prospect Hunters

Gelding 2014 Gray *Max HS Lilly Young Prospect Eventing

WineGlass Vermouth Shagya Arabian (PShR) Gelding 2014 Gray *Max WineGlass Valtellina Young Prospect Endurance

H. WineGlass Savana

Hungarian Felver

Shagya Sporthorse (PSHR)

Mare 2014 Gray *Max H. WineGlass Sonoma Young Prospect Dressage

WineGlass Dolchetto Shagya Arabian (PShR) Mare 2014 Gray *Max WineGlass Diva Young Prospect

H. WineGlass Gibraltar

Hungarian Felver

Shagya Sporthorse (PSHR)

Gelding 2015 Bay *Budapest H. WineGlass Glory Young Prospect Eventing

Kelsey Russell Honorary Williston FL kelseysspace@aol.com

Lauren Sampson Individual Delhi CA sampsondvm@hotmail.com

Bruce Saul Farm Misty Mountain Arabians Tucson AZ Mistymtarabians@aol.com

Tracy Scheinkman Farm Misty Mountain Arabians Tucson AZ Mistymtarabians@aol.com

Carla Scarmazzi Individual Beaverdam VA cscarmazzi@kslaw.com

Registered Name Breed/Registry Gender Year Color Sire Dam Primary Discipline Secondary Discipline SPT/MPT Approval

RS Royal Edition Half-Arabian Gelding 2004 Bay Ballience V (ox) Rosa Linda Dressage Sport Horse In-Hand

Major Danse Arabian Gelding 2005 Bay DS Major Afire ShahsVictoryDanse Dressage Suitability

CR Ice Storm Arabian Gelding 2005 Gray My El Sahib JA S Hannah Dressage Suitability

CR Cayenne Pepper Anglo-Arabian Gelding 2005 Chestnut Refarri Seraph (ox) Dana's Devil (xx) Dressage Sport Horse In-Hand

Tinkerbells Magic Arabian Mare 2009 Gray OKW Entrigue+++// In Aul Ways Magic Dressage Sport Horse In-Hand

Rockafeller Half-Arabian Gelding 2011 Bay Rosenthal Talulah Bey +++/ (ox) Dressage Sport Horse In-Hand

Andrew Schnader Youth Reinholds PA Trmikimoto@yahoo.com

Michele Sharp Individual Prescott AZ wileykadoty@gmail.com

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Registered Name Breed/Registry Gender Year Color Sire Dam Primary Discipline Secondary Discipline SPT/MPT Approval


Michele Sharp Individual Prescott AZ wileykadoty@gmail.com

Registered Name Breed/Registry Gender Year Color Sire Dam Primary Discipline Secondary Discipline SPT/MPT Approval

Unos Special Request Arabian Gelding 2006 Gray Oh Numero Uno Authentic Quest Endurance

Sam Sharp Youth Prescott AZ whitewizard2002@gmail.com

Registered Name Breed/Registry Gender Year Color Sire Dam Primary Discipline Secondary Discipline SPT/MPT Approval

GAA Sterling Grey Arabian Gelding 2003 Gray Sterling Bey LC Pstyrling Rose Endurance

Alexandra Smith Individual Hamersville OH Aksmith1738@aol.com

Registered Name Breed/Registry Gender Year Color Sire Dam Primary Discipline Secondary Discipline SPT/MPT Approval

NN Solaro Arabian Stallion 2006 Gray Solstice Native silk Dressage

Bethany Smith Bush Individual Clovis CA bethanysmithbush@att.net

Missy Snyder Individual Atlanta GA zharabian@yahoo.com

Registered Name Breed/Registry Gender Year Color Sire Dam Primary Discipline Secondary Discipline SPT/MPT Approval

Zalezhar Halima+ Arabian Gelding 1992 Bay Zalezhar Ace Valiants Sabata Hunters

Khonstellation ABC

Half-Arabian

Appaloosa

Gelding 2012

Appaloosa

pattern

Marciano ABC (ox) Sierra Starview Sport Horse In-Hand

Tiffany Sonny Individual Morgan Hill CA danceswthhorses@gmail.com

Heather Stalker Individual Alachua FL Stalkhj@peds.ufl.edu

Kathy Starustka Individual New Braunfels TX railkat1@aol.com

Kim Stone 96 Individual Marysville CA kimsrn@gmail.com 97


Kim Stone Individual Marysville CA kimsrn@gmail.com

Registered Name Breed/Registry Gender Year Color Sire Dam Primary Discipline Secondary Discipline SPT/MPT Approval

Velvet Raine+++// Half-Arabian Mare 2007 Gray Rumpleminze Victorys Secret (ox) Dressage Sport Horse In-Hand

Brenna Sullivan Individual Kelseyville CA brenna.reese.sullivan@gmail.com

Colleen Taggart Individual Escondido California arrowprint@gmail.com

Registered Name Breed/Registry Gender Year Color Sire Dam Primary Discipline Secondary Discipline SPT/MPT Approval

Tatiana EF Half-Arabian Mare 2012 Bay Storm Shadow Echoos Drama Queen DT (ox) Dressage Sport Horse In-Hand FPZN

Kristen Taylor Individual Gloucester VA knoeldulce@gmail.com

Registered Name Breed/Registry Gender Year Color Sire Dam Primary Discipline Secondary Discipline SPT/MPT Approval

ZLA Jahiel Arabian Gelding 2004 Chestnut Tobascco Shar X Citement Sport Horse In-Hand Suitability

Debra Thomas Farm Sanford Farms East Haddam CT DLT8888@aol.com

Cristina Thomas Farm Sanford Farms East Haddam CT DLT8888@aol.com

Jodi Tuft Farm Valley Horse Center Vacaville CA jodituft@hotmail.com

Carlton Vaughn Farm Ashleigh Stud International Newcastle on Tyne Northeast Coastal Region, UK karinfoley@rocketmail.comcom

Karin Foley Farm Ashleigh Stud International Camden SC karinfoley@rocketmail.comcom

Mikayla Voris Youth Fort Wayne IN arabs4mik@gmail.com

Phyllis Walsh Individual Byron Center MI pwalsh@gpsbulldogs.org

Registered Name Breed/Registry

98

Gender Year Color Sire Dam Primary Discipline Secondary Discipline

99

SPT/MPT Approval

Stone of Fire Arabian Gelding 1997 Bay Sunstone Bey SS Black Sapphire Dressage


Phyllis Walsh Individual Byron Center MI pwalsh@gpsbulldogs.org

Registered Name Breed/Registry Gender Year Color Sire Dam Primary Discipline Secondary Discipline SPT/MPT Approval

Stone of Fire Arabian Gelding 1997 Bay Sunstone Bey SS Black Sapphire Dressage

Samantha Werner Individual Boca Raton FL samwerner211@gmail.com

Kristy Whipperman Farm Infinity Egyptian Stud, LLC Forest Hill MD infinityegyptians@verizon.net

Bill Whipperman Farm Infinity Egyptian Stud, LLC Forest Hill MD infinityegyptians@verizon.net

Shelley White Individual Brewerton NY Swhite100@twcny.rr.com

Registered Name Breed/Registry Gender Year Color Sire Dam Primary Discipline Secondary Discipline SPT/MPT Approval

BA Nica+++/ Half-Arabian Mare 2004 Bay Nico Domanique (ox) Dressage Hunters

BA Magdelena++/ Half-Arabian Mare 2005 Bay Nico Domanique (ox) Dressage Suitability

Elizabeth Wiley Individual Radford VA elizabeth_wiley@msn.com

Registered Name Breed/Registry Gender Year Color Sire Dam Primary Discipline Secondary Discipline SPT/MPT Approval

LH Magic Storm

Half-Arabian

Pinto (PtHA)

Gelding 2002 Tobiano Saaher Baaz LH (ox) LH Bak Roulette Dressage Western Dressage

Malinda Zielke Individual Aiken SC malindazielke@gmail.com

Registered Name Breed/Registry Gender Year Color Sire Dam Primary Discipline Secondary Discipline SPT/MPT Approval

Lederhosen Trakehner Gelding 2005 Chestnut Leonidas *Pg* RR Ghazrael (ox) Eventing Jumpers

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FARM PROFILE LISTINGS

Adele’s Shagyas……………………………………………………………………………………………………103

An Tearmann Arabians…………………………………………………………………………………………104

Bella Via Arabian Sport Horses……………………………………………………………………………..105

Bonn-Fyre Farms & Training Center………………………………………………………………………106

Faerie Court Farm………………………………………………………………………………………………..107

Fiery Run Farm……………………………………………………………………………………………………108

Golden Essence+++// stands at Classic Arabians……………………………………………………109

Golden Oak Arabians & Warmbloods…………………………………………………………………….110

Hidden Falls Farm………………………………………………………………………………………….……111

Jim Porcher Sport Horses………….…………………………………………………………………………112

Kerrigan Bloodstock………………………………………………………………………………………….…113

Roze Arabians Ltd…………………………………………………………………………………………….….114

Sanford Farms, Inc. ……………………………………………………………………………………………..115

Sterling Shagya Sporthorses……………………………………………………………………………….…116

Adele’s Shagyas

Adele’s Shagyas is the oldest breeder of Purebred Shagya-Arabians in North

America. I introduced the Shagya-Arabian breed to America in 1986 when I

imported two stallions and three mares from Europe and founded the North

American Shagya-Arabian Society. I subsequently imported another mare from

Hungary in 1993. These, plus my original foundation stallion Hungarian Bravo,

formed the basis for Adele’s Shagyas bloodstock. For many years I was the

biggest producer of both purebred Shagya-Arabians as well as

Shagya/Warmblood crosses. Although my background in riding and training

and genetics is quite varied, for many years dressage has been my first love.

Since 1989 I have been internationally certified as a Shagya-Arabian judge and

I have judged many shows in most European countries, as well as Venezuela, I

have been the honored to judge the European Championships six times --most

recently in 2016. I have also conducted and judged nine Inspection Tours for

Shagya-Arabians in North America.

Due to my emphasis on breeding only the most superior Shagya-Arabian stock

and using only the best mares available, I eventually produced a number of

approved Shagya-Arabian stallions of various types, colors and bloodlines, and

I am now able to offer frozen semen from six exceptional Shagya-Arabian

stallions whose specialties and accomplishments run the gamut from

endurance riding to dressage and eventing.

(Camp Verde, AZ)

Sport Horse Disciplines:

Eventing

Dressage

Endurance

Performance Horses for Sale?

Sometimes

Stallion(s) At Stud?

Yes

Youngstock For Sale?

Sometimes

Breeding Stock For Sale?

Sometimes

Training Offered?

No

Contact:

Adele Furby

567 E Quarterhorse Ln

Camp Verde, AZ 86322

(928) 567-8645

E-MAIL FARM

WEBSITE

Sunhaven Sport Horses…………………………………………………………………………………….…..117

Windswept Farm Sport Horses…………………………………………………………………………..…118

WineGlass Farm……………………………………………………………………………………………….….119

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An Tearmann Arabians

(Lodi, WI)

Bella Via

(Wellington, NV)

Sport Horse Disciplines:

Sport Horse Disciplines:

Dressage

Dressage

Endurance

In-hand

In-hand

SHUS and/or SHSH

SHUS and/or SHSH

Performance Horses for Sale?

Performance Horses for Sale?

Yes

Sometimes

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

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

willing dispositions utilizing primarily Crabbet blood lines. All of our

Broodmares have proven themselves in the show ring with numerous AHA

regional championships and national top ten wins. The only exception to this

rule is Al-Marah Seahonor but she has proven herself through her get several

of which have achieved national championships.

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

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

In the last several years we have been competing and placing nationally in

both the under saddle classes and in the dressage courts in add our continued

success In-hand. Our first foal crops have already begun to distinguish

themselves in the show ring including National Championships as Sport Horse

in Hand and National Top Ten’s on the rail and in the court. Our small group of

foals are well suited for dressage 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 are taking the steps to offer them at

stud during the for the 2017 breeding season.

Stallion(s) At Stud?

Yes

Youngstock For Sale?

Yes

Breeding Stock For Sale?

Sometimes

Training Offered?

Sometimes

Contact:

Jennifer Hamilton and Tim Schaap

8256 Kruchten Road

Lodi, WI 53555

(608) 643-4845

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 this

day, carefully selecting 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.

Stallion(s) At Stud?

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

E-MAIL FARM

WEBSITE

E-MAIL FARM

WEBSITE

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Bonn-Fyre Farms/Training Center (Moorpark, CA)

Faerie Court Farm

(Vergennes,VT)

Sport Horse Disciplines:

Hunters

Dressage

Endurance

In-hand

SHUS and/or SHSH

Sport Horse Disciplines:

Dressage

Eventing

Endurance

In-Hand

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

that has been breeding, training, and showing National Winning Arabian and

Half-Arabian Sport Horses since 1982.

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

encourage (but do not require) 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 a horse 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. Our oldest Warmblood cross is currently showing

on the tough Southern California Open Dressage circuit at Intermediare 2 and

is still going strong at age 22.

We stand several stallions here at the farm including U.S National Champion

The Terminatorr+ (Hanoverian cross), 10 time U.S. National Top Ten LA Legacy

In Black+++//, our Pure Polish-3 Time U.S. National Top Ten stallion Elikzir and

3 Time U.S. National Top Ten Karnavaal++. We offer on farm breeding and

Transported Semen.

We always have top quality, AHA National Caliber horses available.

Performance Horses for Sale?

Yes

Stallion(s) At Stud?

Yes

Youngstock For Sale?

Yes

Breeding Stock For Sale?

Yes

Training Offered?

Yes

Contact:

Dorann LaPerch

7200 Walnut Canyon Road

Moorpark, CA 93021

E-MAIL FARM

WEBSITE

Faerie Court Farm is a small scale Arabian 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.

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.

Performance Horses For Sale?

Yes

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

E-MAIL FARM

WEBSITE

Faerie Court Farm on Facebook

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Fiery Run Farm

(Mannington, NJ)

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

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 Hanovarian inspector, Barbara Richardson, during his A.R.A.B.S.

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

Lately only fillies for those who are partial to pink!

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

Breeding Stock For Sale?

Yes

Training Offered?

No

Contact:

Linda Carroll

336 Welchville Rd.

Mannington, NJ

(856) 279-9045

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+++// was successful as a Hunter Pleasure horse before

switching to earning championships in Sport Horse In Hand and Dressage. 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.

Sport Horse Disciplines:

Dressage

In-hand

Performance Horses for Sale?

Yes

Stallion(s) At Stud?

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

E-MAIL FARM

E-MAIL FARM

WEBSITE

WEBSITE

Fiery Run Farm on Facebook

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Golden Oak Arabians & Warmbloods

(Sacramento, CA)

Hidden Falls Farm

(Arlington, WA)

Sport Horse Disciplines:

Dressage

Sport Horse Disciplines:

Endurance

Dressage

Hunters

Hunters

In-hand

In-hand

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

foothills of Northern California. A partnership between Denise Cossuto &

Tamara Torti who share a passion for producing Arabian bred sport horses with

the amateur owner in mind. Coming from endurance & dressage backgrounds

our vision is unique and the resulting foals have been even better than we had

dreamed.

The foundation of our 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 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

EB

Hidden Falls Farm is a family run facility located one hour north of Seattle

Washington. We offer training in multiple sport horse disciplines. Dressage

training level through Grand Prix, hunter/jumper, SHUS and SHIH.

Our trainer is a USDF gold, silver, and bronze medalist as well as a bronze and

silver freestyle bar recipient. She works with horses and riders of all levels and

ages. We also have school horses available. We compete locally, regionally, and

nationally at both Arabian Sport Horse shows as well as open USDF shows.

SHUS and/or SHSH

Performance Horses for Sale?

Yes

Stallion(s) At Stud?

Yes

Youngstock For Sale?

Yes

Breeding Stock For Sale?

Sometimes

Training Offered?

Yes

Contact:

Kim Lacy

20002 127th Ave NE

E-MAIL FARM

WEBSITE

We are currently standing the AHA National Champion Arabian stallion

Enlightened +++/, a phenomenal sport horse stallion by six time National

Champion in FEI Dressage, OKW Entrigue+++//, out of a High Voltage+/

daughter.

Arlington, WA

(425) 343-2905

E-MAIL FARM

Enlightened +++/ possesses the athleticism, work ethic, temperament, beauty

and brains to complement any breeding program. His primary discipline is

dressage but he made his show ring debut over fences in 2016. He is very

versatile and is the ultimate sport horse stallion. SCID, CA, & LFS clear.

WEBSITE

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Jim Porcher Sport Horses (Los Ranchos de Albuquerque, NM)

Kerrigan Bloodstock

(Eureka, CA)

Sport Horse Disciplines:

Jim Porcher Sport Horses focuses on producing national quality Arabian Sport

Horses and Anglo-Arabians who will excel in the Working Hunter, Sport Horse In

Hand and Sport Horse Under Saddle divisions.

They are sound of mind and body with movement and trainability/tractability

being paramount selection traits.

Classical Spanish Arabian bloodlines are the background of the 35+ year

breeding program, and only Thoroughbreds who have proven themselves in the

hunt field or the show-ring are used in the Anglo-Arabian program.

Sport Horse Disciplines:

Hunters

In-hand

Performance Horses for Sale?

Yes

Stallion(s) At Stud?

Yes

Youngstock For Sale?

Yes

Breeding Stock For Sale?

Sometimes

Training Offered?

No

Contact:

Jim Porcher

589 Alma Encantada Ct. NW

Los Ranchos de Albuquerque, NM

87114

(505) 228-6865

Breeding Superior Arabian Sport Horses and Shagya-Arabians.

For over 40 years Kerrigan Bloodstock has striven to develop an Arabian horse

for the sport horse world. Now producing superior Arabian bred sport horses

from the fourth generation of our breeding including the addition of Shagya-

Arabians. 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. SCID clear, LFS

N/N, and CA N/N. Fresh cooled or frozen semen.

Dressage

Endurance

In-hand

SHUS and/or SHSH

Performance Horses for Sale?

Yes

Stallion(s) At Stud?

Yes

Youngstock For Sale?

Yes

Breeding Stock For Sale?

Yes

Training Offered?

No

Contact:

Elaine Kerrigan

1479 Freshwater Rd.

Eureka, CA 95503

(707) 443-0215

E-MAIL FARM

E-MAIL FARM

WEBSITE

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Roze Arabians Ltd.

(Elizabethtown, PA)

Sanford Farms, Inc.

(East Haddam, CT)

Sport Horse Disciplines:

Dressage

In-hand

SHUS and/or SHSH

Sport Horse Disciplines:

In-hand

SHUS and/or SHSH

Roze Arabians Ltd. grew out of my personal love and admiration for the Arabian

as a versatile performance horse. Once I became the owner of my own Egyptian

Arabian I was also introduced to their high degree of trainability and their desire

to join into a working partnership in any under saddle discipline. My discipline

of choice is dressage and my Egyptian partners have eagerly become zealous

dance partners. Not only are our horses athletically talented, but they truly

enjoy the mental challenges that arise in the dressage arena. Once in the arena

they take pleasure in showing off their skills and give their hearts to the

endeavor.

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.

Performance Horses For Sale?

Sometimes

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

E-MAIL FARM

Sanford Farms is a small breeder of sport horses. Our latest breeding was our

purebred Arabian mare, Desert Aurora to the Hanoverian stallion, Bugatti.

Our Arabian stallion, Gun Smoke Blu SFA (WN Ben Samir x Desert Aurora), has

multiple National Top Tens in SHIH and a successful career under saddle. Please

visit our website for more information.

Performance Horses for Sale?

No

Stallion(s) At Stud?

Yes

Youngstock For Sale?

No

Breeding Stock For Sale?

No

Training Offered?

No

Contact:

Deb Thomas

Clark Hill Road

East Haddam, CT 06423

(860) 526-9526

E-MAIL FARM

WEBSITE

WEBSITE

Roze Arabians on Facebook

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Sterling Shagya Sporthorses

(Blue Jay, CA)

Sunhaven Sport Horses

(Pasco, WA)

Sport Horse Disciplines:

Eventing

Dressage

Endurance

In-hand

Performance Horses For Sale?

Sport Horse Disciplines:

Dressage

Western Dressage

In-Hand

SHUS and/or SHSH

Yes

Performance Horses for Sale?

Sterling Shagya Sporthorses is home to the ISG approved and performance

tested Shagya-Arabian stallion Sterling Silver AF. We are dedicated to breeding

quality Shagya sport horses that live up to the Shagya name and breed standard

– performance, movement and temperament are extremely important to us. All

our breeding stock is ISG approved and 2 mares are also ATA approved. Sterling

stands 15.3h, was the highest scoring stallion on the 2003 Shagya-Arabian breed

inspection. He is performance tested in dressage and has also done some

eventing and NATRC rides.

Sterling passes on his size, large bone, calm temperament, and beautiful

movement. He is heterozygous grey and can produce black and bay offspring.

He crosses well with WB, TB, and Arabian mares, and his Shagya daughter is ATA

approved. His offspring have won the USDF Breeders Series West Coast current

year foal Champion for 2 years, the 2013 CA Dressage Society Stallion of the

Year in hand, and the USDF All-Breed awards for Shagya in-hand. Sterling’s

paternal grandsire, Shagal, was a 2 time European Shagya-Arabian Champion.

His maternal grand-sire, *Oman, sired a Tevis and Haggin’s Cup champion and

comes from the highly successful jumping line of Bajar. Excellent semen quality.

SCID, CA clear. We are currently focusing on doing endurance and eventing with

our mares. Young stock for sale.

Stallion(s) At Stud?

Yes

Youngstock For Sale?

Yes

Breeding Stock For Sale?

Sometimes

Training Offered?

No

Contact:

Shelley and Donald Child

PO Box 14

Blue Jay, CA 92317

(909) 273-9591

E-MAIL FARM

WEBSITE

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.

Yes

Stallion(s) At Stud?

No

Youngstock For Sale?

Yes

Breeding Stock For Sale?

Yes

Training Offered?

No

Contact:

Hank and Tracy Oliver

2912 N Road 92

Pasco, WA 99301

509-948-2012

E-MAIL FARM

WEBSITE

Sunhaven Sport Horses on Facebook

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Windswept Farm Sport Horses

(West Chester, PA)

WineGlass Farm

(Noble, IL)

Is your next Sport Horse “Warrior” being bred at Windswept Farm?

Our “boutique” breeding program blends the bloodlines of multi-disciplinary

Olympic talents along with the endurance, work ethic and “heart” of nationally

acclaimed Arabians, for that special horse of a life-time.

The growth in the Arabian Sport Horse industry is an incredible dream come

true for many of us that have hung in there for a long, long time. I remember

competing in the very first dressage test and class over fences offered at “East

Coast” way back in the 70s as a junior rider when my father was instrumental

in fostering these classes. Fast forward to 2002, the last time AHA held our

Sport Horse classes at the “Big Nationals” in Louisville, Kentucky. We were

competing at 2:30 am over fences because our sport horse entries had

outgrown the show schedule! Then in 2003, I was honored to compete and

earn multi Top Tens at the very first inaugural AHA Sport Horse Nationals in

Lexington, Virginia! I am proud to be among those that can say, “It has been an

incredible journey”. We’ve come a long way, baby! A special thank you to all

who have contributed so much over so many years to advance the Arabian

Sport Horse Industry to where we are today.

Sport Horse Disciplines:

Hunters

Show Jumping

Eventing

Dressage

In-hand

SHUS and/or SHSH

Performance Horses for Sale?

Sometimes

Stallion(s) At Stud?

No

Youngstock For Sale?

Sometimes

Breeding Stock For Sale?

Sometimes

Training Offered?

No

Contact:

Michele Owens Rieder

1225 S. Westtown Road

West Chester, PA 19382

(610) 455-0451

E-MAIL FARM

WEBSITE

WineGlass Farm has been dedicated to the equine business for over 30 years.

WineGlass horses have extensive pedigrees of proven performance for the

professional competitor with excellent dispositions for the family sport horse.

Our horses have well rounded, cross-discipline backgrounds ranging from

polocrosse, distance riding, dressage, jumping and even some calf roping and

reining!

Our foundation mares, or their dams, have been performance tested.

Soundness, trainability, willing attitude and competitive ability are genetically

determined and we picked our mares to fit those qualities. The addition of Our

Shagya stallion *BUDAPEST in 1990 complemented our foundation mares’

genetic potential. As an individual, *BUDAPEST has 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 Shagya 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 Shagya stallions in the U.S. to have easily

completed the stallion performance standards established by the International

Shagya Society (ISG). *BUDAPEST is still the only purebred Shagya stallion to

receive USDF All-Breed recognition.

Achievements of WineGlass progeny include AHA National and Regional

Championships in endurance, competitive and sport horse in-hand. AERC

careers with over 1,000’s of miles and numerous PShR Specialty and Specialty

Plus accomplishments. To remain current in today’s sport horse community,

Linda and Olivia are active at the FEI endurance level and as international ISG

Shagya judges. We always look forward to the next generation and invite you to

visit to see for yourself.

Sport Horse Disciplines:

Hunter

Eventing

Dressage

Endurance

In-hand

Competitive Trail

Performance Horses for Sale?

Yes

Stallion(s) At Stud?

No

Youngstock For Sale?

Yes

Breeding Stock For Sale?

Yes

Training Offered?

No

Contact:

Linda Rudolphi

281 Ruby Road

Noble, IL 62868

(618) 752-7181

E-MAIL FARM

WEBSITE

ADDITIONAL LINK

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STALLION PROFILE LISTINGS

AO Breeze++/

Arabian (AHA)

AO Breeze++/………………………………………..………………………Arabian………………………………121

Corre Con El Viento……………………………………………………….Trakehner (Half-Arabian)…….122

Elikzir ++/…………………………………………………………………...Arabian……………………………….123

FCF Oberons Vanity……………………………………………………….Arabian………………………………124

Golden Essence+++//…..……………………………………………….Arabian………………………………125

*Hadban USA………………………………………………………………..Shagya-Arabian…………….…….126

KB Omega Fahim++++//……………………………………………….Arabian………………………………127

LA LegacyInBlack+++//………………………………………………...Arabian………………………………128

Nicolette's Revelation AF………………………………………………..Shagya-Arabian……….…………129

Onyx AF…………………………………………………………………………Shagya-Arabian………………….130

Pavvo……………………………………………..………….…………………Arabian………………………………131

Shagya Raja AF……………………………………………………………..Shagya-Arabian………..…………132

Registration: AHR*587333

DOB: 03/18/2001

Sire: Aclsic Raff

Dam: Mosha Khaitlyn

Owner: Morgan Moore

Breeder: Debra Morgan

Color: Chestnut

Height: 15.0H

Disciplines: Jumpers

Stud Fee: $ $1,500.00

Booking Fee: $500

Available via: Shipped Cooled &

Frozen

SCID: Clear

CA: N/N

EVA: Negative tested annually

Breeding Contact: Morgan Moore

MLM Arabians

9375 Jack Gray Rd.

Pilot Point, TX 76258

Five-time Reserve National Champion and sire of Regional/National winners AO Breeze++/ is the only living

Arabian that has achieved National Championships in stallion halter and jumping (credit to Arlene Magid for

this information).

AO Breeze++/ is a tremendous athlete and an exotic beauty that offers a unique opportunity for breeders to

take advantage of his exceptional outcross pedigree. This tail female Rodania stallion is heavily linebred to

Skowronek, with multiple crosses to *Ansata Ibn Halima++ and Khemosabi++++// (though the much beloved

Kaiyoum++ and tremendous show horse Khemo Sabre+/). His direct sire line is through Raffles and his sire

(who sired multiple national winners from limited crops) brought in two crosses to the beautiful and athletic

*Ansata Ibn Halima++ (one through Ansata El Nisr who has descendants winning at the national level across

numerous venues).

Breeze's major accomplishments include:

2x Reserve National Champion Open Jumpers (has competed up to 1.20 meters)

Reserve National Champion Sport Horse in Hand- Hunter Type Open and ATH

Reserve National Champion Sport Horse in Hand- Dressage Type

Scottsdale Champion Stallion Hunter Type SHIH

Arabian Breeders World Cup Reserve Champion Stallion and Supreme Top 10

3x U.S National Top 10 Stallion (4th), US National Top 10 Sport Horse in Hand- Hunter Type ATH (3rd),

National Top 10 SHIH Dressage Type ATH, National Top 10 SHIH Hunter Type, National Top 10 Speed

Jumpers

Multi Regional Champion and USDF Champion with titles in: SHIH, Show Hack, Training Level Dressage, First

Level Dressage and Halter

Champions sired by AO Breeze++/ include (Only 15 foals sired to-date, 100% shown have been winners):

Allure MLM: Region 9 Top 5 Halter mare; Class A halter Champion; Most Classic winner

Moryah Wind I: National Top 10 SHIH; Region 9 Top 5; Class A Champion in halter and SHIH

Motivation I: National Champion 2 year old Colt SHIH, Region 9 Champion SHIH Colt

AO Summer Breeze: half Arabian- USDF in-hand winner

PG Summer Moon: half Arabian- USDF in-hand Champion and Sport Horse Under Saddle winner

WC Impetuous: half Arabian- USDF in-hand winner

*Shagya Royal AF………………………………………………………….Shagya-Arabian……………………133

(214) 770-5711

AO Breeze

MLM Arabians

Sterling Silver AF……………………………………………….…………Shagya-Arabian……………….…..134

morgan.millner@gmail.com

The Terminatorr+………………………………………………………….Half-Arabian………………….…..135

Unikornio …………………………………………………………………….Arabian………………..……….……136

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Corre Con El Viento

Half-Arabian/Trakehner

Elikzir ++/

Arabian (AHA)

Registrations: HAHR*1A362669

Registration: AHR* 634966

ATA ORB-C-S225

DOB: 06/22/2006

Sire: Windfall (Trakehner ATA)

Dam: Huadoresya (Arabian AHA)

Owner: Gwendolyn Marshall

Breeder: Gwendolyn Marshall

Color: bay

Height: 15.2H

DOB: 04/28/2005

Sire: Ganges

Dam: Ularia

Owner: Dorann LaPerch

Breeder: Marsha Parkinson

Color: chestnut

Height: 15.1H

Disciplines: Dressage &

Disciplines: Jumping, Dressage

Approvals: AWS

Stud Fee: $500

Available via: Shipped Cooled &

Frozen

SCID: Clear

EVA: Negative tested annually

By the Trakehner stallion, Windfall, who was a member of the USA Eventing

Team, winner of bronze at the Athens Olympics, winner of Rolex. Out of the

Arabian mare, Huadoresya+ who competed to the Intermediate level of

Eventing and was approved by the American Trakehner Association.

Vinnie produces pretty, correct individuals with great intelligence and willing

to please attitudes. Only two of his foals have competed as yet:

First Legacy GM++/,(foaled 4/25/2010) Sport Horse Nationals Reserve

Champion 2yr filly in hand, Reserve Champion Jr. Dressage horse, Top Tens in

hand and under saddle, Eventing Area VII Reserve Champion Beginner Novice.

Kendric Wind GM,(foaled 7/01/2012) Regional Top Five in hand.

Sport Horse In-hand

Stud Fee: Private Treaty

Available via: Shipped Cooled, Live

Cover, & Frozen

SCID: Clear

CA: N/N

LFS: N/N

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

beautiful, correct athletes. His sire Ganges is not only the National Champion

of Poland, he has an excellent race record. Ganges is by the incomparable

Monogramm- a reserve AHA National Champion in Halter and a producer of

Champions in nearly every AHA division. Elikzir ++/’s dam line contains Polish

race winners and AHA U.S. National Champions in Halter and Performance.

Elikzir ++/ is the epitome of form and function. He is correct with outstanding

movement. He also possesses a kind disposition.

Elikzir ++/ was the only stallion at the 2014 AHA Sport Horse Nationals to place

in both Dressage Type and Hunter Type in the Open class.

Breeding Contact: Gwendolyn

Marshall

North Wind Farm

8171 SE Overaa Rd

Port Orchard, WA 98367

(360) 710-7112

Westbrook Sport Horses

Breeding Contact: Dorann LaPerch

Bonn-Fyre Farms/Training Center

7200 Walnut Canyon Road

Moorpark, CA 93021

(805) 529-7200

bonnfyrefarms@aol.com

He is proving to be a very prepotent sire. His foals are stamped with his look

out of a variety of mares. Elikzir ++/ is an Arabian Breeders Sweepstakes

Nominated Sire.

Bonn-Fyre-FarmsTraining-Center

gwenm@wavecable.com

First Legacy GM

2010 mare by Vinnie

Elikzir

Corre 122 Con El Viento

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"Charm" 2015 FIlly

(Elikzir x Pouilly Fuisse R- Hanoverian)


FCF Oberons Vanity

Arabian (AHA)

Golden Essence+++//

Arabian (AHA)

Registration: AHR*628688

DOB: 07/23/2006

Sire: AF Vanitys Repeat

Dam: BruMarBa Callisto

Owner: Dawn Jones-Low

Breeder: Dawn Jones-Low

Color: gray

Height: 15.0 H 8 inches of bone

Disciplines: Dressage & Eventing

Performance Test: 70 Day SPT 2015

Approvals: RPSI (Studbook I)

Stud Fee: $450 (per dose)

Available via: Frozen

SCID: Clear

CA: N/N

LFS:N/N

EVA: Negative vaccinated annually

Breeding Contact: Dawn Jones-Low

Faerie Court Farm in Vergennes, VT

(802) 989-3562

Frozen Semen shipping from: Equine

Reproduction, LLC in Wynnewood,

OK

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 was the highest scoring and highest placing Arabian or

Arabian-bred stallion EVER to 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. FCF Oberons Vanity is schooling well at

3rd level dressage and jumping courses comfortably at 1m (3'3") with his form

and scope tested up to at least 1.25m (4’1”).

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. FCF Oberons Vanity 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.

Video from the 70 day Stallion Performance Test

Faerie Court Farm

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

Georgetown, DE 19947

(302) 228-9537

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

is a multi-champion winner in halter and sport horse in-hand with 5 National

and 28 Regional Titles. In Sport Horse In-Hand he has won championships under

Hunter judges and Dressage judges.

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

is only a few points away from achieving 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. He has ranked 2nd & 3rd the last few years for USEF

Leading Sire of Half Arabians. He is siring champions.

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

Visit Golden Essence+++// on Facebook

breeding@faeriecourtfarm.com

class7ic@comcast.net

Time of the Essence - yearling son

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*Hadban USA

Shagya Arabian (NASS)

KB Omega Fahim++++//

Arabian (AHA)

Registration: ShA-03-198 (NASS)

Registration: AHR* 527425

DOB: 04/11/2003

DOB: 04/11/1996

Sire: Harapnik (Romanian State

Stud Shagya-Arabian)

Dam: Ihrana (Austrian Shagya-

Arabian)

Owner: Adele Furby

Breeder: Joseph Weiss

Color: bay

Sire: Amir Fahim+

Dam: Amyrah Adhemah

Owner: Elaine Kerrigan

Breeder: Elaine Kerrigan

Color: black

Height: 15.1H

Height: 15.2H

Disciplines: Endurance

Performance Test: 2011 Endurance

Approvals: Shagya (NASS)

Stud Fee: $950.00

Booking Fee: $200

Available via: Frozen

Stud fee: live foal guarantee; frozen

semen includes 3 doses

*Hadban USA is the most successful Shagya-Arabian stallion currently

competing in AERC and FEI Endurance in America. He achieved Top Ten status

in the AERC Jim Jones Stallion Award for 2015. He consistently places in the Top

Ten in AERC 50 and 75 mile rides. His metabolics are exceptionally good. Hadban

is a representative of the Romanian Shagya-Arabian line of HADBAN which has

been developed for over 100 years in Romania. Hadban has a very willing and

tractable disposition. He has a number of promising foals on the ground.

Adele’s Shagyas

Disciplines: Dressage, Endurance, &

Sport Horse In-Hand

Approvals: Shagya (NASS)

Stud Fee: $1000

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.

Kerrigan Bloodstock

EVA: Tested Negative

EVA: Tested Negative

Breeding Contact: Adele Furby

Adele's Shagyas

567 E Quarterhorse Lane

Camp Verde, AZ 86322

(928) 567-8645

Breeding Contact: Elaine Kerrigan

Kerrigan Bloodstock

1479 Freshwater Rd.

Eureka, CA 95503

(707) 443-0215

adele@centurylink.net

fahim@humboldt1.com

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LA LegacyInBlack+++//

Arabian (AHA)

Nicolette's Revelation AF

Shagya Arabian (NASS)

Registration: AHR* 547169

Registration: ShA-06-241 (NASS)

DOB: 04/01/1996

Sire: JY Blackwings

Dam: Naaja Black Gem

Owner: Dorann LaPerch

Breeder: Katherine & Robert

Williams

DOB: 05/04/2006

Sire: Shagya Royal AF

Dam: *Nicolette

Owner: Adele Furby

Breeder: Adele Furby

Color: bay

Color: black

Height: 16.1H

Height: 15.0H

Disciplines: Eventing

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

bonnfyrefarms@aol.com

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

Dressage. He continues to win In Hand Championships at age 19 beating much

younger horses. This year at age 20 he will continue to compete. Legacy is

without a doubt one of the nicest stallions, he has taken several amateurs to

their first Regional and Nationals wins. He is a wonderful mover with correct

conformation and enduring soundness. His only foal shown so far was a U.S.

National Top Ten and Scottsdale winner. He crosses superbly with Warmblood

mares, and his purebred foals are also stunning.

Bonn-Fyre-FarmsTraining-Center

Performance Test: 70 Day SPT 2012

Approvals: Shagya (NASS)

Stud Fee: $950.00

Booking Fee: $200

Available via: Frozen

Stud fee: live foal guarantee; frozen

semen includes 3 doses

EVA: Tested Negative

Breeding Contact: Adele Furby

Adele's Shagyas

567 E Quarterhorse Lane

Camp Verde, AZ 86322

(928) 567-8645

Nicolette's Revelation AF is a 16.1 hand purebred Shagya Arabian stallion out

of the imported mare *Nicolette. "Revel" is the only American Shagya-Arabian

stallion who successfully completed the 70 day stallion performance test at

Silver Creek Farm. Revel's outstanding qualities include very correct

conformation, dressage talent with superior suspension, great jumping ability,

and particularly, fearlessness on the cross country course. He is extremely kindly

and personable as well. Excellent quality frozen semen, approved for

international use as well.

Adele’s Shagyas

adele@centurylink.net

Hannabel Oldenburg Cross gelding

LA LegacyInBlack+++//

LA LegacyInBlack+++// x Diatra by Diamant

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Onyx AF

Shagya Arabian (NASS)

Pavvo

Arabian (AHA)

Registration: ShA-05-229 (NASS)

Registration: AHR*524856

DOB: 04/24/1994

DOB: 01/01/2005

Sire: *Erros

Sire: Janos

Dam: Khassiopeia

Dam: MJL Shaleez

Owner: Linda Carroll

Owner: Adele Furby

Breeder: Linda Carroll

Breeder: Adele Furby

Color: gray (heterozygous)

Color: black

Height: 15.1H

Disciplines: Fox Hunting

Disciplines: Dressage, Hunters

Approvals: Shagya (NASS)

Stud Fee: $750.00

Booking Fee: $200

Available via: Frozen

Stud fee: live foal guarantee; frozen

semen includes 3 doses

EVA: Tested Negative

Breeding Contact: Adele Furby

Adele's Shagyas

567 E Quarterhorse Lane

Camp Verde, AZ 86322

(928) 567-8645

adele@centurylink.net

Onyx is a son of Janos, the 100-mile AERC black stallion who was exported

to Japan.

Onyx is of the Shagya-Arabian "O'Bajan" type, most of whose members

were historically black. Onyx is now being used as a fox hunter on a ranch

in Colorado.

Adele’s Shagyas

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

Fiery Run Farm

336 Welchville Rd.

Mannington, NJ 08079

(856) 279-9045

Pavvo is a son of AHA Reserve National Champion Stallion *Erros and out

of a daughter of Montecito Orion (Mikado x Maleka-B). Orion was a halter

and pleasure driving champion. His sire Mikado, was National Champion

Park Horse.

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 has been producing tall, elegant, typey, and athletic foals (mostly

fillies these days). They all have come out with super movement, and all

are improvements over their dams in this regard.

Fiery Run Farm

Fiery Run Farm on Facebook

fieryrunfarm@att.net

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Shagya Raja AF

Shagya Arabian (NASS)

*Shagya Royal AF

Shagya Arabian (NASS)

Registration: ShA-02-178 (NASS)

Registration: ShA-99-141 (NASS)

DOB: 05/06/2002

DOB: 05/20/1999

Sire: Shagya Scherzo AF

Dam: Rachelle AA

Owner: Adele Furby

Breeder: Adele Furby

Color: bay

Height: 15.2H

Sire: *Shandor (Danish Shagya-

Arabian Registry)

Dam: Rachelle AA (Shagya Arabian -

NASS)

Owner: Adele Furby

Breeder: Adele Furby

Color: bay

Disciplines: Dressage

Approvals: Shagya (NASS)

Stud Fee: $750.00

Booking Fee: $200

Available via: Frozen

Stud fee: live foal guarantee; frozen

semen includes 3 doses

EVA: Tested Negative

Shagya Raja is a very balanced stallion with exceptional dressage abilities.

Standing just over 15.2, he is a "refining" Shagya-Arabian stallion with a gentle

and willing disposition combined with showy flair.

Adele’s Shagyas

Height: 16.0H

Disciplines: Dressage & Jumpers

Approvals: Shagya (NASS)

Stud Fee: $950.00

Booking Fee: $200

Available via: Frozen

Stud fee: live foal guarantee; frozen

semen includes 3 doses

Shagya Royal has had great success producing both purebred Shagya Arabians

as well as Warmblood crosses. He throws his exceptional dressage abilities

consistently. Standing 16 hands, he tends to throw big foals. His son Nicolette's

Revelation AF is a 16.1 purebred Shagya-Arabian stallion who is the only

Purebred Shagya-Arabian stallion in the United States who has successfully

completed the 70 day stallion performance test. Roy has a very tractable

disposition.

Adele’s Shagyas

Breeding Contact: Adele Furby

EVA: Tested Negative

Adele's Shagyas

567 E Quarterhorse Lane

Camp Verde, AZ 86322

(928) 567-8645

adele@centurylink.net

Breeding Contact: Adele Furby

Adele's Shagyas

567 E Quarterhorse Lane

Camp Verde, AZ 86322

(928) 567-8645

adele@centurylink.net

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Sterling Silver AF

Shagya Arabian (NASS & PShR)

The Terminatorr+

Half-Arabian

Registration: ShA-03-193 (NASS)

Registrations: HAHR*1A334362

DOB: 05/29/2003

DOB: 06/04/1999

Sire: Shandor

Sire: Azh Naborr (Arabian)

Dam: Sapphire

Owner: Shelley Child

Breeder: Adele Furby

Color: gray (heterozygous)

Height: 15.3H

Disciplines: Dressage, Eventing,

Competitive Trail

Approvals: Shagya (NASS)

Stud Fee: $1000

Available via: Shipped Cooled, Live

Cover, & Frozen

SCID: Clear

CA: N/N

EVA: Negative tested annually

Breeding Contact: Shelley Child

Sterling Shagya Sporthorses

P O Box 14

Blue Jay, CA 92317

(909) 273-9591

sterlingshagyas@hotmail.com

Sterling was the highest scoring Shagya stallion on the Shagya inspection in

2006. He is ISG approved and performance tested through dressage. His dam

line comes from the highly successful line of Bajar, a well known jumping and

eventing sire in EU. His paternal grand-sire Shagal was a 2 time EU Shagya

champion. His maternal grandsire, Oman, sired the Tevis and Haggin's Cup

winner, Fayette De Cameo.

Sterling's offspring have won the USDF West Coast Breeders championship

twice, the CA Dressage Society Stallion of the Year for in hand (as a yearling he

beat out 2 and 3 yr old warmbloods), USDF Shagya All-Breed award, and one of

his daughters is Trakehner approved.

Sterling Shagyas

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: $700

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 U.S. National Champion Half-Arabian Sport

Horse Stallion In Hand, He is sired by Azh Nabor, who was the Top Siring son of

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

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

Gemini++ who is a Three Time U.S. National Top Ten winner.

The Terminatorrs+ dam is the German Verband, Main Stud Book Hanoverian

mare L'argent. L'argent earned enough points in her inspection that she could

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

producer and so far has produced 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+++/ so far has amassed SEVEN U.S. National Titles both In Hand and

Under Saddle. He was pinned National Champion on one of the Judges Cards

at the 2014 AHA Sport Horse Nationals. His Three U.S. National Top Tens under

saddle were earned in only his SECOND SHOW UNDER SADDLE! His daughter

Hayate Domani in her only show, and as a two year old was named Region II

Reserve Champion Mare SHIH ATH and Top Five Open.

He is consistently adding size to his foals and all his foals have his incredible

movement.

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Sterling's Brigadier SH - yearling son

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Hermes Echo+++/ 2008 gelding

(The Terminatorr+ x Echos Desire)


Registration: SSB 13817

DOB: 05/14/2001

Unikornio

Arabian (SSB)

Membership Application 2017

Submit via e-mail to: membership@arabiansporthorsealliance.org

Or by mail to: Arabian Sport Horse Alliance, Inc.

20 Lambourne Rd #221, Towson, MD 21204

Or Join at https://arabiansporthorsealliance.org/membership/join/

Sire: Gual Xirac

Dam: Hakima

US Breeding Contact: Jim Porcher

Membership Type: Fee Quantity Amount

Individual $25 $

Farm $50 $

The Arabian Sport Horse Alliance was formed to

promote the interests of owners, breeders, trainers,

and exhibitors who are dedicated to developing pure-

Breeder: Sra. Teresa Bourbon,

Yeguada Flor de Lis

Color: chestnut

Height: 15.1H

Disciplines: Eventing & Sport Horse

In-Hand

Youth (under 18) $15 $

Membership is by calendar year

Total Due: $

Payment Options (select one): PayPal Check

bred 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.

Stud Fee: $1800

Available via: Frozen

SCID: Clear

CA: N/N

Unikornio is a Classical Spanish stallion who is noted for his athleticism,

movement and tractable/trainable disposition; traits which he passes on to his

offspring resulting in multiple national titled get. He was a Reserve National

Champion Junior Stallion in Spain and competed successfully in both Eventing

and Endurance. He is available in the U.S. via frozen semen.

Paypal send to: info@arabiansporthorsealliance.org

Checks payable to: Arabian Sport Horse Alliance, Inc.

Member Contact Info

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2nd Farm Member (or additional Membership)

please indicate which membership belongs to this contact info

Individual Farm Youth

LFS:N/N

EVA: Tested Negative annually

please indicate which membership belongs to this contact info

Individual Farm Youth

Farm Name (for Farm memberships)

Breeding Contact:

Jim Porcher Sport Horses

589 Alma Encantada Ct NW

Los Ranchos de Albuquerque, NM

87114

Unikornio

First Name

Street Address or PO Box

Last Name

First Name

Last Name

Street Address or PO Box (if different from other member)

(505) 228-6865

jsporch@comcast.net

City State/Province Zip Code

Phone Number

City State/Province Zip Code

Phone Number (if different from other member)

E-mail

Birth Year (Youth ONLY)

E-mail

Birth Year (Youth ONLY)

Zokolo by Unikornio is the leading event horse in his division in Spain.

Signature

Date

Signature

Date

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RUSSIAN ROULETT+

Angelique Anthony

FCF OBERONS VANITY

Faerie Court Farm

TRUE NORTH+/

Michele Owens Rieder

GOLDEN ESSENCE+++//

Graycie & Margie McLaughlin

TA CAARNOT

Herbst Farms Sport Horses

AO BREEZE++/

MLM Arabians

TRADE SECRET CC+/

Darsie Bell

AZRABEY+

Rivers West Sport Horses

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