January 2010 $7.50
with Sophia Handel
SCOTTSDALE CONTENDER ARABIAN HUNTER PLEASURE 13 & UNDER JTR ARABIAN WESTERN PLEASURE 13 & UNDER JOTR & JTR (Hucklebey Berry x Kai Baska)
Glacier Fire with Sophia Handel
SCOTTSDALE CONTENDER ARABIAN ENGLISH PLEASURE 17 & UNDER JOTR & JTR (Baske Afire x Snow Fly)
Owned by Sophia Handel & Sharon Ames Trained by: Christine Johnston Iron Horse Farms Of Georgia LLC e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
(Rohara Moon Storm+// x Vallejo Cashmere)
SCOTTSDALE CONTENDER HALF-ARABIAN WESTERN PLEASURE AOTR with Laurie Husband
HALF-ARABIAN WESTERN PLEASURE OPEN with Chris Culbreth
Owned by Laurie Husband & Sharon Ames Culbreth Equine Training & Management, LLC Chris & Michele Culbreth www.culbrethequine.com
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your connection to the industry’s most gifted foals. Listed from top to bottom: 2009 black h/a colt out of a Will Shriver bred mare High Speed Connection 2005 bay colt out of a Hearrts On Fire daughter Ghazis Connection 2008 bay gelding out of an *El Ghazi daughter vesty ferrara
Standing at Vicki Humphrey Training Center • Canton, GA 770.740.8432 • email@example.com Diamond Hill Arabians • Jacques Lapointe • Waxhaw, NC 704.243.7036 • Janprointl1@aol.com
www.HucksConnectionV.com Hucks Premier V x Crystal Lace multi-program nominated • SCID clear
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See Hucks Connection V up close and personal while learning how you too, can breed one of this industry’s next young superstars!
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55th Annual Scottsdale Arabian Horse Show—A Preview by Linda White
Scottsdale Signature Stallions Spell Success! by Linda White
Allience—Sometimes The Best Takes A Bit Longer by Christy Egan
What We Have Learned About Breeding English Performance Horses—An Interview With Tim And Marty Shea by Mary Kirkman
The 2010 Arabian Horse Times Stallion Directory
Families In The Arabian Horse Community— The Rookers And The Mollers by Gina Czupka
Gai Trillo At 36—The Last Of His Kind by Linda White
2010 Scottsdale ARHA Reining Futurity by Linda White
Leaders Of The Times—Gitar MF by Colleen Scott
The Arabian Horse In History—The Euphrates Expedition, Part II by Andrew K. Steen
Scottsdale Arabian Horse Farm Tours—New Year’s Weekend 2010 by Lori Ricigliano
2009 Arabian Horse Times E-Newsletter Photo Contest
In Memoriam: Exceladdinn (1982 - 2009) by Mary Kirkman
On The Cover:
(Magnum Psyche x S Justadream), owned by DST Arabians. See pages 1-16 Justify (81-96). 4 | AR ABIAN HORSE TIMES
Comments From The Editor
A Lifetime With Arabians—Ronteza, Part II by Sheila Varian
Calendar Of Events
Index Of Advertisers
Tied First on the charts for
All-Time Leading Western Pleasure Horse
The winningest National Western Pleasure Horse Open & Junior horse 1997 ~ 2007 +/ Shah Azim x Mimis Memory, by Kaiyoum Sweepstakes Nominated Sire • Region 12 Spotlight MN Medallion Stallion • Iowa Gold Star • SCID Clear
Proudly owned by Mark & Jennifer Schouten of Cave Creek, AZ firstname.lastname@example.org • 480.720.8932 • www.MJClassicArabians.com For breeding information contact
Rick Gault Training 2703 Spencer Road, Archdale, NC 27263 336.861.5644 • email@example.com www.RickGaultTraining.com
+/ *Jullyen El Jamaal x Alyce Bey V, by Huckleberry Bey Sweepstakes Nominated Sire • Region 12 Spotlight Stallion Iowa Gold Star • SCID Clear JANUARY 2010 | 5
Comments From The Editor Publisher Lara Ames Editor Kevin Ludden Contributing Writers Linda White Mary Kirkman Colleen Scott Advertising Account Executives Mike Villaseñor Kandi Menne John Diedrich
The Resolute Aficionado Among Us After editing this month’s magazine, I was struck by the determined and insightful nature of an Arabian horse aficionado among us. Some of you may know her, but, unfortunately, my guess is that most of you don’t. Regardless, she is an individual all of us can admire.
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AHT writer Linda White sketches Peggy Dey’s life in “We Are Reminded,” on pages 258-259. What struck me so forcefully was not only Dey’s kindness and dedication to her horses, but her simple observation of one of the most fundamental truths in horse ownership: “I have made a strong commitment to care for these animals,” she said. “I feel that we have a responsibility to them. They have so much to offer us, beyond just the material. I see so many cast-offs. Every animal has a certain spiritual value, whether planned or not planned. Two of the horses here are 27, and several are over 20, but they are entitled to the best care and a safe, comfortable retirement. They are a part of our history. I just wish that more people would take the time to get to know their horses personally, and to cherish them for the remarkable creatures they are. In this material world, it’s so easy to lose sight of the things in our lives that have real value.” Not everyone buys a horse because they want a relationship with one; however, those who love Arabians, with their intelligent, responsive temperament, would say that getting to know them as individuals is the greatest gift of all. So, get to know your horses and take active roles in their lives, because I guarantee you that the reward will certainly outweigh your effort. Besides, it is the Arabian horse.
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Kevin N. Ludden Editor
Nat ionall Champion Son
Nat ional Champions
*Marwan Al Shaqab & Shalina El Jamaal
Who’s next ?
History Repeats Itself …
2010 Fee $2,500 Incentives Available SCID & CA Clear Frozen Semen Available for International Shipment The Marhaabah Legacy Group Chris Anckersen, Manager 864-647-7588 firstname.lastname@example.org www.Marhaabah.com
KHAARIZMAH x Kharben++/ granddaughter Fred & Carol Johnson
MARHAABAHS SONATA x *Simeon Shai+ daughter Dan Shelor
MARHAALAH x Fame VF+ granddaughter Danna Grosse
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IN THE DESERT The first preview of White Diamonds from the Midwest Invitational Scottsdale Sale... AN ENORMOUS SUCCESS with 550 in attendance and 2,700 live internet views! Special congratulations to our sellers and the new buyers. And now, Midwest awaits YOUR visitâ€” enjoy our hospitality and see a wonderful collection of horses available.
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PPoetry Pprovidence x Rosebud SS
HL Valla Vitoria DA Valentino x HL Infactuation
To receive dates and times of previews or to schedule an appointment, contact:
David Boggs 612-328-8312 email@example.com
Travis Rice 612-919-6134 firstname.lastname@example.org
Nate White 480-614-9812 OR 563-663-7383 email@example.com
9707 EAST CACTUS ROAD SCOTTSDALE, ARIZONA
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Lathifa HEM HSE Dalakhani x Badiia Sells with a breeding to DA Valentino
Heires To Marc
Bey Shah x Banyasse
QR Marc x Adarria
In foal to WH Justice
Star Of Gaishea WN Ultimate Star x Gaishea Sells with a breeding to WH Justice
JJ Evening Star Magnum Psyche x JJ Dominique Sells with a breeding to WH Justice
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S E M P E R A M O R E TO Semper Fie x In Love, by Padrons Psyche
Scottsdale Yearling Fillies (Jr.)
Proudly bred & owned by
THIRTEEN OAKS ARABIANS Ed & Maureen Horton 512 Bowman Creek Road Blountville, TN 37617 E-mail: TOArabians@aol.com www.ThirteenOaks.com For breeding information call 423.323.4905 Sired By
*Sir Fames HBV x Crimson Sharem 12 | AR ABIAN HORSE TIMES
B (B S Y 2 F
he colts of
THIRTEEN OAKS ARABIANS
have brought us tremendous pride and great success that has started at Scottsdale. We are proud of this year's contenders who will start their journey in the tradition of the desert... Our 2010 yearling contenders prepared by O'Neill Arabians, Dynamite Road, Cave Creek. To be presented by Dan Bergren.
V I T R U V I U S TO DaVinci FM x DA Shahnia, by Bey Shah
Scottsdale Yearling Colts (Jr.)
2005 BASKE ALERT (Baske Afire x Psierra PGA) Scottsdale Signature Champion Yearling Colt 2007 U.S. National Top Ten Futurity Colt
SEMPER FIE (*Sir Fames HBV x Crimson Sharem) Scottsdale Supreme Champion Scottsdale Jr. Champion Colt & Winner Yearling Colt (Unanimous)
GIDDEONN TO (*Marwan Al Shaqab x Grace And Glory) Scottsdale Top Ten Yearling Colts Open & Signature U.S. National Top Ten Yearling Colt
SPARTACUS TO (*Marwan Al Shaqab x DA Shahnia) Scottsdale Reserve Champion Yearling Colt Ajman UAE Show Champion Colt
2009 VITORIO TO (DA Valentino x Sol Natique) Scottsdale Top Ten Yearling Colt U.S. National Champion Yearling Colt JANUARY 2010 | 13
Sired by PS Afire Chief:
Vallenatos SMP out of PS Babylove
Chief Exclaim SMP out of GC Madamolselle, by High Pointe
Bay El Bey++ Taffona
Afire Bey V Autumn Fire
The Chief Justice
*Bask++ Sey Cherie
Justa Glow+/ Bint Galoria
Naborrs Lancer Galoria
U.S. National Reserve Champion Park Canadian National Reserve Champion Park Region 15 Champion Pleasure Driving Multi-Regional Champion Park, Driving & English Pleasure Scottsdale Top Five Stallion Halter Multi-U.S National Top Tens in Pleasure Driving (Including 2009) Region 12 Spotlight Stallion Breeders Sweepstakes Nominated AEPA Enrolled Sire â€˘ SCID Clear
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Rod & Jacqueline Thompson • 1558 Muddy Creek Road, Lenoir City, TN 37772 • 865.388.0507 • www.SmokyMountainParkArabians.com JANUARY 2010 | 15
The most exciting city on Earth.....
The most talked about Party of the Year.... The most Beautiful horses in the WORLD ...
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It can only mean one thing...
Arabian Breeders World Cup
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Offering for sale, the finest collection of National Champion and future National Champion performance horses.
S TA C H O W S K I FA R M , I N C . TRAINING & MARKETING CENTER
S C O T T S D A L E
A T S A N D S P U R R A N C H 93RD STREET & CACTUS ROAD HORSES SHOWN BY APPOINTMENT, CALL: Jim Stachowski, cell: 330-603-2116 • Peter Stachowski, cell: 330-620-0194 Sharon Blendinger ~ Jim Bowman Mantua, Ohio • 330-274-2494 • E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org 18 | AR ABIAN HORSE TIMES
ARABIANS PARK MD AQUARIUS (Aequus x Classically Yours) 2000 Bay Mare. One of the most thrilling park horses in the Arabian breed. Ready to take an amateur to a National Championship.
ENGLISH PLEASURE BEN ANZA (Anza Padron x Eloquent-Godiva) 2005 Bay Gelding. Outstanding junior English pleasure horse. Will be a National champion amateur or open. SF CIMARRON (SF Specs Shocwave x Sweet Shelby Bey) 2006 Chestnut
Gala De Baske
Fire Berry Baske
WCF Mata Hari
Gelding. Debuting in the English pleasure futurity class at Scottsdale. EMPEROR OF ANZA (Anza Padron x Empress Of Baske) 2006 Chestnut
Stallion. Showing in the English pleasure futurity class at Scottsdale. National champion bloodlines. CP SHENANIGAN (Anza Padron x CP Dance Card) 2007 Chestnut Gelding. Flashy and exciting! A top contender for the 2010 English pleasure futurity class.
COUNTRY ENGLISH PLEASURE GALA DE BASKE (Baske Afire x Gala De Cognac) 2005 Chestnut Mare. Will be shown in the country English pleasure junior horse class at Scottsdale. Will make an excellent amateur horse. National level. HOMETOWN HERO (Scrimmage x On Fyre) 2002 Bay Gelding. Bright, square moving, regional champion. National level youth or amateur horse. ROXBURY (Hucklebey Berry x Parting Glance) 1999 Bay Gelding. 2009
This horse could be a national champion junior exhibitor horse. Great minded. SV JUSTAJOY (Hucks Heritage V x Justaara) 2000 Grey Mare.
Broodmare/show horse supreme窶馬ational champion for an amateur or junior exhibitor. FIRE BERRY BASKE (Baske Afire x Morgan Le Fay) 2005 Bay Gelding. Will be shown in the junior country English pleasure class at Scottsdale. A national contender. JMA BRENTWOOD (Baske Afire x Bing Barbary) 2005 Bay Stallion.
National quality junior country English pleasure horse. Amateur or open. AFIRES VICTOR (Afire Bey V x Vallejo Victorie) 2006 Chestnut Gelding.
Will be showing in the 4-year-old country English pleasure class at Scottsdale. MERCY ME CC (Baske Afire x Sienna Tera) 2005 Bay Mare. Fancy and
beautiful. Quality, breeding, and roses in her future.
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SF BITTERSWEET (Afire Bey V x SF Sweet Elegance) 2003 Chestnut Mare. A beautiful mare with a pedigree to match. Will make an excellent broodmare or country English pleasure horse. NEVERLAND (Aploz x Heavenlei) 2004 Bay Gelding. Very good minded and
will make an excellent amateur mount. A full sister to The Way She Moves. HUNTER PLEASURE NOBLES ANGEL (IXL Noble Express x Afires Expose) 2005 Bay Mare.
SF Sticker Shoc
JB She Got Game
Beautiful mare with an excellent pedigree. Showing in the junior hunter class at Scottsdale. STALLIONS HS JUSTATEMPTATION (A Temptation x HL Justalusion) 2003 Grey
Stallion. With his pedigree and beauty, he not only is a great show horse, but also will make an excellent breeding stallion.
HALF-ARABIANS ENGLISH PLEASURE WCF MATTA HARI (Zodiac Matador x Refina) 1999 Chestnut Mare. Already a national champion and will be many times more in the future. Ghazimoto
SF STICKER SHOC (SF Specs Shocwave x Shes Real Bad) 2006 Chestnut Mare. 2009 U.S. National Reserve Champion Half-Arabian English Futurity. Will be showing in the English pleasure junior horse class at Scottsdale. JB SHE GOT GAME (Baske Afire x My Magical Mood) 2004 Bay Mare. Very
exciting! Will be showing in the Half-Arabian mares class at Scottsdale. GHAZIMOTO (El Ghazi x Princess Greystone) 1996 Bay Gelding. Multi-
national champion English pleasure horse. This horse is for the amateur or junior rider that wants to win. Mariopalooza
Baske Afires Princess
BUGZY MALONE (Majesteit x Luv Potion) 2004 Bay Gelding. 2009
Scottsdale Champion Half-Arabian English Pleasure Junior Horse. National top ten. Has a bright future ahead of him with an amateur or open rider. WILAMENIA (Baske Afire x Calaways Princess Eugenia) 2006 Chestnut
Mare. Just started under saddle with lots of motion for the English pleasure division. MARIOPALOOZA (Apollopalooza x Marjo) 2006 Bay Gelding. Will be shown
in the Half-Arabian English pleasure junior horse class at Scottsdale. Outstanding open or amateur English horse. Very easy to ride. Toi Gigolo CRF
BASKE AFIRES PRINCESS (Baske Afire x Globetrotting Princess) 2006 Bay
Mare. Beautiful and elegant mare. Will be a national winner in the English division.
HORSES SHOWN BY APPOINTMENT, CALL: Jim Stachowski, cell: 330-603-2116 Peter Stachowski, cell: 330-620-0194
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ADMIRE THE FIRE (Baske Afire x Admiralâ€™s Lotus Blossom) 2006 Bay Mare.
Just started under saddle. Up-right neck, bouncy trot. Has all the right parts to be a star.
LICENSE TO THRILL PF (Baske Afire x Callaways Marguerite) 2006 Bay
Mare. Just started under saddle. Will be a national winner in the English division. FESTIVAL OF LIGHTS (Baske Afire x St Pat's Irish Supreme) 2002
Chestnut Mare. Maternal sister to Central Park West—will make a top amateur horse. COUNTRY ENGLISH PLEASURE TOI GIGOLO CRF (Matoi x Glamorize) 2003 Bay Gelding. Fancy moving,
versatile gelding. Can do it all—open, amateur, equitation and driving.
Baske Is A Genius
Chairman Of The Bask
STRAPLESS (Baske Afire x Callaway’s Princess Eugenia) 2005 Chestnut
Mare. Fancy English horse. Headed to the show ring this year. Looks to be a national star. BASKE IS A GENIUS (Baske Afire x Winning Asset) 2003 Bay Gelding.
2009 U.S. National Champion Half-Arabian Pleasure Driving Open and National Reserve Champion AAOTD. JJ SPECIAL EDITION (Baske Afire x Endless Legacy) 2005 Chestnut Gelding. Debuting in the Half-Arabian country English pleasure junior horse class at Scottsdale. POP STAR (Afire Bey V x Precisely Poppy) 2002 Chestnut Gelding.
National quality country English pleasure horse for the open or amateur rider. Will take you to the top! SOMTHIN SPECIAL (Baske Afire x Endless Legacy) 2003 Chestnut
Gelding. 2009 Youth Reserve National Champion Half-Arabian Country Pleasure Driving JTD. Versatile gelding that aims to please and will be great for any amateur or youth rider. CHAIRMAN OF THE BASK (Attache’s Born Believer x Mac Baske) 1998 Bay Gelding. Already a multi-national champion Half-Arabian country horse. Ready to take any youth or amateur to the top. Great equitation potential. SIR ROBERT HICKMAN (Sir William Robert x Rumina Afire) 2007 Bay
STACHOWSKI FARM, INC.
Gelding. Out of multi-national champion mare, he has all the potential to be a superstar.
Mantua, Ohio • 330-274-2494
MA FIFTH AVENUE (Forty-Second Street x Susanke) 2006 Bay Gelding.
Elegant country English pleasure horse, excellent amateur horse. BROODMARES We always have an outstanding group of Arabian and Saddlebred broodmares available for purchase or for embryo transfers.
Jim Stachowski, cell: 330-603-2116 Peter Stachowski, cell: 330-620-0194 Sharon Blendinger ~ Jim Bowman
VISIT OUR WEBSITE FOR VIDEOS AND MORE I N F O R M AT I O N O N O F F E R I N G S AT S C O T T S D A L E .
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Proudly owned by
DAZZO ARABIANS 6719 Emory Oak Pl NE Albuquerque, NM 87111 505.362.7637 email@example.com javan photo
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Magnum Chall HVP x Veronica GA JOTH with Sydney Dazzo Open with Sandro Pinha For more information contact Sandro Pinha 480.226.0001 firstname.lastname@example.org
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T O H S T C E P S O R P
READ ALL ABOUT IT Baske Afire x Read My Mind 2/6/2005, Bay, Arabian Gelding Will be presented in harness at Scottsdale.
PAJAMA PARTY MHR Nobility x Reedans Phire and Desire 5/08/2002, Chestnut, Half-Arabian Mare Will be presented in harness at Scottsdale.
DA VINCI CODE Baske Afire x CH Spring High (two-time World Ch 3 Gaited) 5/09/2005, Chestnut, Half-Arabian Gelding Will be presented in harness at Scottsdale.
STACHOWSKI PRIVATE TREATY OFFERINGS ADMIRE THE FIRE Baske Afire x Admiral’s Lotus Blossom 5/30/2006, Bay, Half-Arabian Mare Just started under saddle. Up-right neck, bouncy trot. Has all the right parts to be a national winner in the English division.
LICENSE TO THRILL PF Baske Afire x Callaway’s Marguerite 6/2/2006, Bay, Half-Arabian Mare Just started under saddle. Will be a national winner in the English division.
Contact: Irwin Schimmel ~ 503-367-4997 or Jim Stachowski ~ 330-603-2116
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Prospects BL ATHENA Baske Afire x Harghaza, 3/10/2006, Bay, Arabian Mare SHE’S A HOTTY Afire Bey V x She’s A High Roller, 2/17/2006, Bay, H/A Mare PERI HEIRESS Periaptor x Pro Mahagony Lady, 1/21/2005, Bay, H/A Mare
Diamonds in the Rough PISTOLERO PF Baske Afire x VTM Pistachia, 4/3/2007, Bay, Arabian Colt MESQUITE HEAT PF Baske Afire x Cactus Rose JK, 5/24/2007, Bay, Arabian Colt BASKELICIOUS TKO Baske Afire x PF Im Flattered, 6/7/2007, Chestnut, Arabian Mare ESPIONAGE PF Mamage x Empress of Bask, 2/25/2007, Chestnut, Arabian Gelding VU DU MAMA Mamage x Ames déjà vu, 3/3/2007, Chestnut, Arabian Mare MD BELLAMESA MHR Nobility x MC Bellasera, 4/8/2007, Chestnut, Arabian Mare OUTLAWS EXPRESS Afire Bey V x Express Yourself, 2/24/2007, Bay, H/A Gelding CANT CONTROLLER PF Baske Afire x Shes A High Roller, 4/1/2007, Chestnut, H/A Mare MACHINE GUN FIRE PF Baske Afire x Lady Machine, 4/20/2007, Bay, H/A Gelding HORNS AND HALOS PF Baske Afire x Petite Sweet, 5/3/2007, Bay, H/A Mare Full sister to National Champion JB Hometown Hottie
SMALLTOWN SATRDAYNITE Mamage x The Small Town Blues, 5/17/2007 Chestnut, H/A Gelding
TORNADO WARNING PF Sir William Robert x Erinne, 4/17/2007, Grey, H/A Gelding
Contact us for complete sales list. Irwin Schimmel • 360-256-9432 • Cell: 503-367-4997 • P.O. Box 814, Hillsboro, Oregon 97123
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A Temptation Tempter x A Love Song
7-Time National Champion & Reserve Champion 26 | AR ABIAN HORSE TIMES
Proven Champions ... Proven Sires
Afire Bey V x Mac Baske
Huckleberry Bey x Hallelujah Bask
A leading sire of National winners
6-Time National Champion
Contact us regarding LIMITED available breedings to all our stallions.
Barbara Chur • East Aurora, NY • 716-652-9346 • Brian Murch, trainer 716-983-3099 Visit our website for breeding and sales information.
www.StrawberryBanksFarm.com JANUARY 2010 | 27
Things are looking bright at Cedar Ridge, and they can be for you too!
YEARLINGS Ames Explorer Ames Granada Ames Heart Throb Ames Inspiration Ames Maestro Ames Patina Ames Tacoma Been There Dun That RA Carrieann Ames Colette Ames Dun With Style RA Exotic Angel AB Gala Vision CRB Gigolo Joe CRF Jessica Ames Maximum Impact RA Maxeen
Arabian gelding Arabian gelding H/A filly Arabian colt Arabian gelding Arabian filly Arabian gelding H/A gelding Arabian filly Arabian filly H/A gelding Arabian filly Arabian filly H/A gelding Arabian filly H/A colt Arabian Filly
Noble Majesty CRF
A Noble Cause x Toi Jabaska
Nobella CRB Sir Marwan Special Lady CRF Stimulus Package CRF Tempting Delight CRA Toi Fantasize CRF Toi Ghaza CRF
Arabian Filly Arabian colt H/A filly H/A gelding Arabian filly H/A filly Arabian gelding
A Noble Cause x Appollonia X Marwan Al Shaqab x Ames Mirage Matoi x Electra Special Monaco x HV Trinidoll A Temptation x Drus Delight Matoi x Fantasy Watch Matoi x La Ghaza
A Noble Cause x HL Halys Hope A Noble Cause x Ames Lora A Noble Cause x Glamorize A Noble Cause x Justa New Look A Noble Cause x Latoia A Noble Cause x Olympia Bey A Noble Cause x Toi Tiara Brenna's Golden Dunit x Minding Ps And Qs Magnum Psyche x G Kallora A Noble Cause x PWA Tusea Brenna's Golden Dunit x Minding Ps And Qs Ames Image x Carnello Afires Vision x KB Gala De Fire Matoi x Fool For Champagne A Noble Cause x Miz Brass HH Maxemus x Little Alice Rose HH Maxemus x Jaborrs Lita
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Take advantage of our more than 30 years of commitment to breeding Arabians and Half-Arabians. We are proud to offer 48 top yearlings and two-year-olds. This is your opportunity to find the right horse for your show and breeding program. Several are full siblings to National Champions or sired by National Champions.
TWO-YEAR-OLDS A Noble Look Ames Distinguished Ames Nobleman Ames Professor Camilla Ames Dolly Ames Forever Love CRF Gone N Dunit RA Im The Man CRF Julietta Ames Matoi Afire Melissa Ames Noble Bey CRF Noble Edition CRF Noble Jester CRF Noble Supreme CRF Pocketful Of Toi Smoking Gun Take A Spin Texas Holdem RA Toi Fabulous CRF Toi Sensation CRF Toi Special CRF
Arabian gelding Arabian colt Arabian colt Arabian gelding Arabian filly Arabian filly Arabian filly H/A gelding H/A gelding Arabian filly Arabian colt Arabian filly Arabian colt Arabian colt Arabian gelding Arabian colt H/A filly H/A gelding Arabian filly H/A gelding H/A gelding H/A filly H/A filly
A Noble Cause x Justa New Look A Noble Cause x G Kallora A Noble Cause x G Kallora A Temptation x Ames Lora A Noble Cause x Ames Toi Love Matoi x Ames Onmyown A Noble Cause x SMS Forever Bay Brenna's Golden Dunit x Marliera Matoi x Glamorize Afires Heir x Toi Jabaska Matoi x Afire Inmy Eyes Matoi x La Ghaza A Noble Cause x Olympia Bey A Noble Cause x HV Trinidoll A Noble Cause x Drus Delight A Noble Cause x Toi Jabaska Matoi x HCF Pocketful of Starlike Colonels Smoking Gun x SA Phantom Gale What It Takes x Minding Ps And Qs Hesa Zee x Little Alice Rose Matoi x Fantasy Watch Matoi x Alpha Phi Matoi x Electra Special
The Ames Family 952-492-6590 ~ Jordan, Minnesota Contact: Mike Brennan, breeding manager JANUARY 2010 | 29
“I have seen four foals by
and all I can say is ‘Oh my God!’...” ~Mike Neal
“He certainly passes on the goods! VJ Royal Heir has a freaky neck; almost over his back, loose, beautiful motion and long, elegant legs.” ~Tish Kondas
“BL Heir Supreme ... Perfectly balanced motion, excellent conformation with an incredible long
upright neck that folds in half, and his temperament ... wow! Such an eagerness to learn and please.” ~Christine Johnston
absolutely thrilled! We have three remarkable foals by “I am
Afires Heir. They are
exceptionally athletic and graceful, long legged and high headed ... beautiful and fiery, yet sensible.” ~Ann Knoop
“... Afires Heir prospects ...
they have extremely long, upright necks, excellent motion, and above all, perfect training attitudes.” ~Ryan Strand
long, upright necks and great length of leg. Their necks and legs seem to bend in all the right places.”
“He is adding
“We have bred several mares to Afires Heir and are very pleased with the results. He has consistently
improved the length and shape of their necks. All display excellent English type, athleticism and carriage. I am convinced that Afires Heir is the heir apparent to Afire Bey V.” ~Johnny Ryan
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“I have seen four foals by Afires Heir and all I can say is ‘Oh my God!’ They had that look-at-me attitude when turned loose. I just got one in for the Ohio Buckeye Yearling class. He looks exactly like his dad and has a name you should remember ...
Amheirican Made! He is unbelievable. Tall, elegant and drives from all four corners.”
“I knew that Afires Heir would be an important part of the Pine Ridge Arabians breeding program. We now have yearlings and 2-yr-olds growing up with more foals coming this year. We are so
happy with them that we have also purchased two foals from other breeders.”
“I am very proud of our colts by Afires Heir. We are keeping them as stud colts. As a
breeder of National Champions, that is the highest compliment I can give!” ~DeCarol Williamson
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www.MidwestArabian.com Photo by Lyndsey Boggs
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VERLASTING BOND OF
Padrons Psyche x A Fancy Miracle, by Sasaki
AHA BREEDERS SWEEPSTAKES SCOTTSDALE SIGNATURE STALLION IOWA GOLD STAR STALLION SCID CLEAR
OWNED BY HARAS MAYED FERNANDO AND JOAQUIN DE SANTIBANES BUENOS AIRES, ARGENTINA WWW.MAGNUMPSYCHE.COM
www.MidwestArabian.com JANUARY 2010 | MW 3
SIX-TIME NATIONAL CHAMPION
DA Versace x DA Love, by Padrons Psyche
Sire of three 2009 United States National Champion Yearlings
www.MidwestArabian.com 4 MW | AR ABIAN HORSE TIMES
AHA BREEDERS SWEEPSTAKES SCOTTSDALE SIGNATURE STALLION IOWA GOLD STAR STALLION SCID CLEAR
JANUARY 2010 | MW 5
UNITED STATES NATIONAL RESERVE CHAMPION
Versace x Full Moon Astar, by Yahya Matuk
D A V INCI RETURNS TO THE U NITED S TATES FROM HIS PRESENTATION S ALON D U C HEVAL AND THE W ORLD C HAMPIONSHIPS IN P ARIS , F RANCE . T HANK YOU TO THE MANY E UROPEAN BREEDERS WHO HAVE
NOW ADDED HIS BLOOD TO THEIR BREEDING PROGRAMS .
Da Vinci FM x Goddess of Marwan
Da Vinci FM x Special Treat
Da Vinci FM x Glitzy
EUROPEAN REPRESENTATIVE: GERALD KURTZ E-MAIL: GERALDKURTZ@MAC.COM OWNED BY GEMINI ACRES JIM AND SALLY BEDEKER MORRIS, ILLINOIS WWW.DAVINCIFM.COM
www.MidwestArabian.com 6 MW | AR ABIAN HORSE TIMES
AHA BREEDERS SWEEPSTAKES SCOTTSDALE SIGNATURE STALLION REGION 12 SPOTLIGHT STALLION IOWA GOLD STAR STALLION SCID CLEAR
JANUARY 2010 | MW 7
SCOTTSDALE CONTENDER WITH
Magnum Psyche x FHF Xantal, by Almaden II
B RAZILIAN N ATIONAL C HAMPION S TALLION R EGION 12 C HAMPION S TALLION L EADING J UVENILE S IRE
OWNED BY OAK RIDGE ARABIANS DON AND JANEY MORSE FREEPORT, ILLINOIS WWW.FAUSTO1.COM
www.MidwestArabian.com 8 MW | AR ABIAN HORSE TIMES
AHA BREEDERS SWEEPSTAKES SCOTTSDALE SIGNATURE STALLION IOWA GOLD STAR STALLION SCID CLEAR
JANUARY 2010 | MW 9
CANADIAN NATIONAL CHAMPION
Marwan Al Shaqab x Ellegant Dream, by Magic Dream CAHR
2009 U NITED S TATES N ATIONAL T OP T EN J UNIOR S TALLION 2009 S AHARA S ANDS S PRING C LASSIC G RAND C HAMPION S TALLION 2007 & 2008 S COTTSDALE C HAMPION • U NANIMOUS B UCKEYE C HAMPION
DM MARCEDES ADONIS
RHR Marcedes x *Fantastica HVP
RHR Marcedes x TC Padron Batiste
RHR Marcedes x Onzza Di Style JM
DM MARCEDES TRUE LOVE
DM MARCEDES DIAMOND DM ANGEL OF MARCEDES
RHR Marcedes x GR Katalina
RHR Marcedes x RHR Khemotion
RHR Marcedes x RHR Khemotion
OWNED BY DON MANUEL FARMS PETER AND TRISH KESSLER WWW.DONMANUELARABIANS.COM WWW.RHRMARCEDES.COM
www.MidwestArabian.com 10 MW | AR ABIAN HORSE TIMES
AHA BREEDERS SWEEPSTAKES SCOTTSDALE SIGNATURE STALLION REGION 12 SPOTLIGHT STALLION IOWA GOLD STAR STALLION MN MEDALLION STALLION SCID CLEAR
JANUARY 2010 | MW 11
Almaden x Doll Padron, by Padron
B RAZILIAN N ATIONAL C HAMPION S TALLION A L EADING S IRE OF B RAZIL A L EADING I MPORT S IRE
Owned by CAPIM FINO Mr. Pole Levy • Sao Paulo, Brazil On lease to: OAK RIDGE ARABIANS DON AND JANEY MORSE FREEPORT, ILLINOIS
GEMINI ACRES JIM AND SALLY BEDEKER MORRIS, ILLINOIS
www.MidwestArabian.com 12 MW | AR ABIAN HORSE TIMES
JANUARY 2010 | MW 13
UNITED STATES NATIONAL CHAMPION BRAZILIAN NATIONAL CHAMPION
Legacy Of Gold x Fames Elegance C, by Fame VF
AHA BREEDERS SWEEPSTAKES IOWA GOLD STAR STALLION SCID CLEAR
OWNED BY HARAS LA CATALINA LADY GEORGINA PELHAM BUENOS ARIES, ARGENTINA COSUFI@HOUSE.COM.AR WWW.LEGACYOFFAME.COM
LONGUINI HORSE TRAINING RINALDO LONGUINI LONGUINIHT@YAHOO.COM.BR WWW.LONGUINIHT.COM.BR
www.MidwestArabian.com 14 MW | AR ABIAN HORSE TIMES
JANUARY 2010 | MW 15
N AT I O N A L R E S E RV E C H A M P I O N S I G N AT U R E C H A M P I O N Y E A R L I N G & T W O - Y E A R - O L D C O LT
DA Valentino x Amelia B (Magnum Psyche x Amety B)
DA Valentino (Versace x DA Love)
Amelia B (Magnum Psyche x Amety B)
Running Horse Ranch's foundation broodmare Amety B (pictured far left) has produced several International champions including Amelia B ~ Goddess of Marwan Duchess Of Marwan ~ Princess Of Marwan ~ Angel Of Marwan & Anna Bella B
OWNED BY RUNNING HORSE RANCH ROGER AND STEPHANIE MCMAHON CASHMERE, WASHINGTON
www.MidwestArabian.com 16 MW | AR ABIAN HORSE TIMES
AHA BREEDERS SWEEPSTAKES SCOTTSDALE SIGNATURE STALLION IOWA GOLD STAR SCID CLEAR
JANUARY 2010 | MW 17
EF Kingston x Angelina DPA, by EA Echstravagant
U NITED S TATES N ATIONAL T OP T EN Y EARLING C OLT B UCKEYE J UNIOR C HAMPION C OLT R EGION 14 C HAMPION S WEEPSTAKES C OLT
OWNED BY OAK RIDGE ARABIANS DON AND JANEY MORSE DON AND GABRIELLE MORSE FREEPORT, ILLINOIS
www.MidwestArabian.com 18 MW | AR ABIAN HORSE TIMES
AHA BREEDERS SWEEPSTAKES SCOTTSDALE SIGNATURE STALLION IOWA GOLD STAR STALLION SCID CLEAR
JANUARY 2010 | MW 19
2 0 0 9 U N I T E D S TAT E S N AT I O N A L C H A M P I O N Y E A R L I N G S W E E P S TA K E S C O LT
DA Valentino x Sol Natique, by Solstice
R EGION 13 C HAMPION Y EARLING S WEEPSTAKES C OLT
CO-OWNED BY OAK RIDGE ARABIANS DON AND JANEY MORSE FREEPORT, ILLINOIS
CO-OWNED BY STONE RIDGE ARABIANS DAN AND MAUREEN GROSSMAN BLOOMINGTON, INDIANA
www.MidwestArabian.com 20 MW | AR ABIAN HORSE TIMES
AHA BREEDERS SWEEPSTAKES SCOTTSDALE SIGNATURE STALLION IOWA GOLD STAR STALLION SCID CLEAR
JANUARY 2010 | MW 21
AN INTERNATIONAL ICON
Magnum Psyche x Vona Sher-Renea, by El Sher-Mann A WORLDWIDE LEADING SIRE
Bess Fa’Izah (WH Justice x Sharon El Kendal) 2009 Dubai Senior Champion Female 2006 World Junior Champion Female
FM Gloriaa (WH Justice x Psity Of Angels) 2009 All Nations Cup Junior Champion Filly 2009 World Junior Reserve Champion Female
OWNED BY EQUID SYSTEM LTD. THIERRY, CATHERINE & THOMAS KERJEAN VILLA GUARDIA (CO), ITALY
Panarea by Palawan (WH Justice x Palawan) 2006 World Junior Reserve Champion Female
AHA BREEDERS SWEEPSTAKES SCOTTSDALE SIGNATURE STALLION IOWA GOLD STAR STALLION
www.MidwestArabian.com 22 MW | AR ABIAN HORSE TIMES
JANUARY 2010 | MW 23
A LEADING SIRE
Ali Jamaal x Roxana ElShaklan
Sire of Brazilian and U.S. National Winners
ZANELLA VAN RYAD
MILLY VAN RYAD ORA
*MADDOX VAN RYAD
Ryad El Jamaal x Van Strike Ajman Stud - UAE
Ryad El Jamaal x GAA Millenia Mystica Arabians - Australia
Ryad El Jamaal x Barbara Van Kaset Gemini Acres - USA
OWNED BY HARAS VANGUARDA FABIO DINIZ DE AVILA CAMPINAS, BRAZIL ~ FCORRESP@SUPERIG.COM.BR
IOWA GOLD STAR STALLION SCID CLEAR
www.MidwestArabian.com 24 MW | AR ABIAN HORSE TIMES
JANUARY 2010 | MW 25
STANDING IN THE
Don El Chall x Padrons Love Song, by *Padron
Brazilian National Champion Scottsdale Breeders Cup Reserve Champion Fiesta Del Mar Supreme Champion Austrian National Champion Austrian International Champion Winterlingen Champion Rogoredo Champion Middle East Supreme Champion Get of Sire Champion
OWNED BY HARAS LOS PALMARES PUNTA DEL ESTE, URUGUAY
IOWA GOLD STAR STALLION SCID CLEAR
www.MidwestArabian.com 26 MW | AR ABIAN HORSE TIMES
JANUARY 2010 | MW 27
UNITED STATES NATIONAL TOP TEN JUNIOR STALLION
Ryad El Jamaal x Barbara Van Kaset, by AAF Kaset
2009 REGION 10 CHAMPION STALLION 2009 REGION 12 CHAMPION STALLION 2009 REGION 14 CHAMPION STALLION 2009 REGION 17 CHAMPION STALLION BRAZILIAN NATIONAL CHAMPION
OWNED BY GEMINI ACRES JIM AND SALLY BEDEKER MORRIS, ILLINOIS WWW.MADDOXVANRYAD.COM
AHA BREEDERS SWEEPSTAKES SCOTTSDALE SIGNATURE STALLION IOWA GOLD STAR STALLION SCID CLEAR
www.MidwestArabian.com 28 MW | AR ABIAN HORSE TIMES
JANUARY 2010 | MW 29
Offering a leading sire Argentine National Champion
Magnum Psyche x Paquita Liah GV, by Bronnz
OWNED BY HARAS MAYED FERNANDO AND JOAQUIN DE SANTIBANES BUENOS AIRES, ARGENTINA
IOWA GOLD STAR STALLION
www.MidwestArabian.com 30 MW | AR ABIAN HORSE TIMES
JANUARY 2010 | MW 31
DAVID & TERRY ANNE BOGGS DAVID BOGGS: 612-328-8312 ~ MIDWEST@SBWIRELESS.NET TERRY ANNE BOGGS: 612-328-8314 ~ TBA92@AOL.COM TRAVIS RICE: 612-919-6134 ~ TRAVISMIDWEST@SBWIRELESS.NET JUDI ANDERSON: 612-328-1057 ~ JUDIMIDWEST@SBWIRELESS.NET 16917 70TH ST. NE ELK RIVER, MINNESOTA 55330 763-441-6466
9707 EAST CACTUS RD. SCOTTSDALE, ARIZONA 85260 480-614-9812
2010 SCOTTSDALE CONTENDERS Sophia Handel with Huckins+// & Glacier Fire Laurie Husband & Noonday Moon+ Chris Culbreth & Noonday Moon+ Kiera Robinson & Casanova Gold
Lifelong Passion Arabian Horse W I T H
T H E
JANUARY JAN JJA A AN NU UAR UA A R Y 2010 2 010 1100 | 6 65 5
with Sophia Handel
SCOTTSDALE CONTENDER ARABIAN HUNTER PLEASURE 13 & UNDER JTR ARABIAN WESTERN PLEASURE 13 & UNDER JOTR & JTR
(Hucklebey Berry x Kai Baska)
Glacier Fire with Sophia Handel
SCOTTSDALE CONTENDER ARABIAN ENGLISH PLEASURE 17 & UNDER JOTR & JTR
(Baske Afire x Snow Fly)
Owned by Sophia Handel & Sharon Ames Trained by: Christine Johnston Iron Horse Farms Of Georgia LLC e-mail: email@example.com 66 | AR ABIAN HORSE TIMES
(Rohara Moon Storm+// x Vallejo Cashmere)
SCOTTSDALE CONTENDER HALF-ARABIAN WESTERN PLEASURE AOTR with Laurie Husband HALF-ARABIAN WESTERN PLEASURE OPEN with Chris Culbreth
Owned by Laurie Husband & Sharon Ames Culbreth Equine Training & Management, LLC Chris & Michele Culbreth www.culbrethequine.com JANUARY 2010 | 67
“ Yes, we are looking for more
SCOTTSDALE CONTENDER with Kiera Robinson ARABIAN WESTERN PLEASURE GELDINGS ARABIAN WESTERN PLEASURE JUNIOR HORSE 3-4 YEARS ARABIAN WESTERN PLEASURE CHAMPIONSHIPS
Owned by John Ames
Vallejo III, Incorporated Bob, Kathie & Audrey Hart Kiera Robinson, Assistant trainer www.Vallejoiii.com
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(Ames Charisma x Goldie Again)
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Pool & Spa
One of Many Sculptures
1,380 sq ft Garage
Gorgeous Scottsdale Estate is AVAILABLE FOR PURCHASE. Incredibly landscaped, gated and fenced ten-acre site. • 6,000 sq ft Patio • Four Bedrooms and Four & A Half-Baths • A Large Master Suite with sitting room and fireplace • 600 sq ft Maid’s Quarters upstairs Included throughout the house: • Three Brick Fireplaces • Hickory Hardwood Floors • All-Wood Shutters • All doors and wood trim made of Alder • Vista Security System • Surround Sound System • Direct TV (satellite media) • Desert I-Net (high-speed internet) • Central Vacuum System • Zonex Commander Plus Gas heat and Air-conditioning • Intercom System • Wireless central lighting control • Awnings by Design - Retractable, fixed, drip awnings
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6,000 sq ft Patio
Pool & Spa
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Available For Purchase SCOTTSDALE, ARIZONA
Absolutely Incredible Estate With Pastures, Horse Stall Barn and 10 Beautifully Landscaped Acres
Sharon K. Ames, Owner 28024 North 156th Street Scottsdale, Arizona 85262 E-mail: SJKames@desertinet.com Residence: 480-471-0042 Cell: 602-616-7941
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*El Ghazi X*Ava by*Bandos
Pure Polish English Performance Stallion with no crosses to *Bask AHA Sweepstakes Nominated Sire AEPA Nominated Sire SCID clear
Marshall & Rae Paige Schwarz Owners Bill Bohl Farm Manager/Trainer
Stud Fees On The Mark: $2,000 * QH Manoleté: $1,500 * *Stud fee includes Sweepstakes Breeding Entry Nomination of unborn foal once mare is checked in foal at 100 days.
ANOLETÉ On The Mark x Matemira by Zodiac Matador+
AHA Sweepstakes Nominated Sire AEPA Nominated Sire SCID clear Combining two of the most potent English performance bloodlines, QH MANOLETÉ embodies the charisma, beauty, and athleticism of his breeding.
Transported semen available. For more information, contact Bill Bohl at 860-435-2571, or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
QUARRY HILL FARM 345 Sharon Road, Lakeville, Connecticut, 06039 Phone: 860-435-2571 email@example.com For more information, go to www.quarryhillfarm.com JANUARY 2010 | 73
ENCO shf STAND AND SHOUT ...
APOLLOPALOOZA X SMS FOREVER BAY
Owned by: THE ENCORE SELECT GROUP Standing at: Cedar Ridge Arabians Contact Mike Brennan, breeding manager 952-492-6590 • www.Cedar-Ridge.com
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Precision in a pedigree of
Park Perfection. (With no lines to Huckleberry Bey.)
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*Elimar MHR Nobility
HAR Nahra Zodiac Matador
Mattatoska Bint Mi Toska
Owned by Susan Meyer James Trained by & standing at Chrishan Park, Chris Wilson (barn) 913.947.7001 • (cell) 612.723.0266 Breeders Sweepstakes Nominated • AEPA Enrolled Sire • SCID Clear
2010 introductory stud fee is $2000 and includes first collection, shipping & handling fee ($600).
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Tuesday, February 16th at 6 p.m. for the 2010 Cedar Ridge
Internet Auction presentation and celebration!
at Cedar Ridge Arabians 10805 N. 85th Place, Scottsdale, Arizona
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2010 Cedar Ridge Select Internet Auction Bidding starts Thursday, February 11, 2010 and will end by Saturday, February 20, 2010
Offering an exciting group of horses from: Battaglia Farms Kiesner Training RBC Show Horses Rooker Training Stables Stachowski Farm, Inc Vicki Humphrey Training Center Cedar Ridge Arabians All horses will be available for private showings starting February 6, 2010. Contact Leah Beth Boyd for an appointment ~ 515-520-7604
Visit our website often for details and a complete listing of sale horses.
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To understand and therefore appreciate the phenomenon of Justify, one must carefully consider the larger-than-life forces that have come together to create not only the stallion himself, but also his wildly successful progeny. As any student of noteworthy subjects knows, the best way to understand is to start at the beginning ...
When one evaluates the uppermost portion of Justify’s pedigree, the foundation for the stallion’s success as both a show horse and sire becomes immediately apparent. There are no less than six generations of sires producing sires. First comes Justify’s dad, Magnum Psyche, and then his sire, Padrons Psyche, inarguably two of the most successful sires in breed history of both breeding and performance horses. Then, of course, there is the legendary *Padron, whose charisma and exotic beauty established new trends for the breed when he danced into the lives of Arabian enthusiasts some three decades ago. Another generation back, *Padron’s sire is Patron, a stallion coveted by American breeders for his beauty and prepotency. Then we travel back again in time to the Tersk Stud’s foundation stallion, Aswan, and to his sire, Nazeer, thought by many to have been Egypt’s most influential and valuable breeding stallion. Each of these stallions is revered not only for who they were as individuals, but also for what they were able to pass on to the next generation of breeding stallions. In each case, the most important of those attributes was extreme Arabian type. Justify continues in that tradition -- passing on some of the best qualities from each of his generations.
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To complete one’s understanding of how Justify has earned a spot as one of the most sought-after stallions today, one must also take into consideration the tail female line of Justify’s remarkable pedigree. Ten times a National Champion, Justify’s dam, S Justadream, may be the single most decorated Arabian mare in breed history. S Justadream’s dam, Acquaintance, was a product of one of the finest and most highly regarded breeding programs of the 20th century, the LaCroix family’s Lasma Arabians. Out of the incomparable *Bask daughter Acquanetta, Acquaintance was a great granddaughter of Lasma’s beloved Athena, whose own dam, Habina, was known as the The Queen of Lasma. Athena’s sire, The Real McCoy, was a magnificent stallion best known for producing extreme type and long necks. Acquaintance’s sire, (grandsire of S Justadream and great grandsire of Justify) *Eukaliptus, was yet another source of the extreme Arabian type that is so sought after today. Leased by Lasma because the Polish State Stud simply would not part with him, *Eukaliptus was by the great Polish stallion *Bandos, a maternal half-brother to *Bask. Like *Bask, *Bandos was known for producing offspring with long, long, flexible necks. While being a student of history requires this evaluation of the past to understand the present, it is also required to understand the great promise of the future, a promise that has already just begun to shimmer in show rings around the world. Clearly, the stage was set by Justify’s ancestors for greatness. As with every new foal that is born, one wonders, can he or she carry the torch for those generations that have come before? In the case of Justify, the answer is a resounding yes. From the time the general public first laid eyes on him in the 2004 Region 14 Breeders Sweepstakes Yearling Colt Championship Class, which Justify won, he captured hearts and imaginations. It wasn’t long before so many breedings were requested of this stallion that his show career had to be limited. One particularly restrictive factor relative to ongoing competition for Justify has been that many of the mares in his court belong to clients from countries that require the stallion to be quarantined during the collecting and freezing of semen. Needless to say, this restriction limits not only travel but also conditioning.
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But the results have been worth it. Justify’s first foal crop hit the ground in 2006. Today, (taken from Datasource 1-8-10) he has nearly 100 offspring, with each year’s group of youngsters surpassing the achievements of the previous. With four crops now being shown, they’ve continued in the tradition of their great ancestors, garnering titles in the Arabian Breeders World Cup, at Scottsdale and in national and regional competitions the world over. This past year has been a particularly successful one for Justify’s yearlings. Sttardom (x Afire Star) claimed the Region 10 Yearling Colts/Geldings Championship, Iowa Gold Star Champion Auction Colt, Top Ten Minnesota Breeders Yearling Colts; Sienna Apal (x SA Misha Apal) was named Region 10 Reserve Champion Arabian Yearling Filly, Top Ten in Scottsdale Sign. Auction fillies, Top Ten Iowa Gold Star Futurity, Top Ten Minnesota Breeders Yearling Filly and Reserve Champion World Breeders Cup Auction Filly; Prince Afire ER (x GFA Firen Lace) captured the Region 18 Arabian Yearling Colts/Geldings Championship title and Aria Elita (x BK Tamina) was the Region 6 Arabian Yearling Filly Champion. At the U.S. Nationals, Monticeto LN (x JD Allove Story) was named to the Top Ten in the Arabian Yearling Colts/Geldings Breeders Sweepstakes class. 2009 was also the first year Justify’s offspring entered the performance arena, handily proving that pretty is as pretty does. The highly decorated halter sensation, He Be Jeebie (x She Be Afire), was Top Ten in the Half-Arabian Hunter Pleasure Futurity class. The sky appears to be the limit for Justify, as his offspring continue building upon the foundation laid long, long ago by the most influential Arabian mares and stallions in the world. It is his destiny to become included in that select group of stallions.
HE BE JEEBIE Justify x She Be Afire, 2006 H/A Gelding Owned by Lori & Robert Cantero JANUARY 2010 | JUSTIFY 9
APALO Justify x Gloria Apal. 2008 Colt Owned by DST Arabians SACRED STORRM Justify x Afire Storrm, 2009 Filly Owned by DST Arabians
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ASTOUNDDING JEWEL Justify x JJ Astounding Echo, 2009 Filly Owned by DST Arabians
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Full sisters PALITRAH & JULIAH B
PALITRAH Justify x Bint Bey Shah, 2006 Mare IFT Aria Impresario for 2010
MIDWEST STATION I, INC. Bob & Janene Boggs 11321 East French Lake Rd • Osseo, MN 55369 763.420.7252 • JnRBoggs@aol.com www.BobBoggs.com
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JULIAH B Justify x Bint Bey Shah, 2009 Filly
STTARDOM Justify x Afire Star, 2008 Colt Owned by DST Arabians
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Full sisters ARIA ELITA & ARIA JAMINA
ARIA ELITA Justify x BK Tamina 2008 Region 6 Champion Yearling Filly
ARIA JAMINA Justify x BK Tamina
Owned Arabian Horse Futures Ken and Joanne White Tracy White MIDWEST STATION I, INC. Contact Bob & Janene Boggs • 763.420.7252 • JnRBoggs@aol.com www.BobBoggs.com JANUARY 2010 | JUSTIFY 15
DST ARABIANS David & Tammy Corning and Sienna Snell P.O. Box 12689, Olympia, WA 98508-2689 • 360-866-8138 firstname.lastname@example.org • www.DSTArabians.com
MIDWEST STATION I, INC. Bob & Janene Boggs 11321 East French Lake Rd • Osseo, MN 55369 763.420.7252 • JnRBoggs@aol.com • www.BobBoggs.com
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Don’t Miss The Event Of The Year!!
What: Arabian Horse Times Readers’ Choice Awards Banquet
Where: Monterra at WestWorld, Scottsdale, AZ
When: Saturday, February 13, 2010
Time: 6:00-7:00 P.M. Social Hour 7:00 P.M. Dinner Followed by Award Presentations 98 | AR ABIAN HORSE TIMES
You are cordially invited to attend the Arabian Horse Times Readers’ Choice Awards ceremony. We will be honoring our 2009 recipients selected by online voting of our readers.
by February 10th to Mike Villaseñor at 507-254-7809 or email@example.com
Reserved tables are available for a $250 donation to The Horseman’s Distress Fund. JANUARY 2010 | 99
is now under new ownership. Look for exciting changes and events to be held at the farm during 2010 Iron Horse Farms of Georgia, LLC Owner Trisha Phelan 153 Beavers Road | Canton, Georgia 30115 | Farm 378-493-5510 Trainer - Christine Johnston | 678-231-5038 | CHRISTINE2YOU@aol.com www.iron-horse-farms.com
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Come and visit us at Scottsdale! Glacier Fire
Arabian English Pleasure JOTR and JTR 17 & Under with Sophia Handel
Arabian Hunter Pleasure JTR 13 & Under Arabian Western Pleasure JOTR and JTR 13 & Under with Sophia Handel
VJ Justaflame Arabian English Pleasure Open Arabian Park Horse Open
Gift Of Grace Half-Arabian Country Pleasure Open
Oasis Spun Silver Arabian Reining Horse Open
BL Heir Supreme Arabian Performance Association Saddle Seat Pleasure Futurity Scottsdale Signature Stallion English Pleasure Futurity Championship
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55th Annual Scottsdale Arabian Horse Show
From Functional To Fabulous! February 13-20, 2010 by Linda White 102 | AR ABIAN HORSE TIMES
he annual Scottsdale Arabian Horse Show brings new dimension to the adjective “fabulous.” The numbers alone are staggering: For example, more than 250,000 people attend this Arizona mega-event. The Arabian horse contingent comes from all 50 states and a dozen-plus foreign countries, bringing with them almost 2,400 horses ready to compete in 640 classes for more than $1,000,000 in prize money. Untold millions more are spent as horses, horse-related products and services, jewelry, fine art, clothing, and other tempting items change hands. As the effect of this commerce ripples through the community, creating what financial professionals call direct incentive spending, it is not hard to understand that as much as Arabian horse people love Scottsdale, Scottsdale loves Arabian horse people. The 2010 show begins on Saturday, February 13, and runs through the following Saturday, February 20. The 387-acre WestWorld Equestrian Center, on N. Pima Boulevard, has been the show’s home since the mid-1980s. Management of the show has remained constant: The Arabian Horse Association of Arizona has been in charge since the event’s inception in 1955, when the club’s original members launched what was then a 50-horse, all-volunteer show on the grounds of the Arizona Biltmore Hotel. With two decades of experience together, the club and WestWorld have developed a smoothly-functioning partnership. AHAA Executive Director Taryl Pearson addresses a significant WestWorld asset. “Brian Dygert is WestWorld’s general manager,” the 12-year show veteran explains. “He makes such a positive difference! He is a great manager, a great events coordinator—and he is a horse person who knows the challenges of putting on a large event, with so many horses and people. He is part of the team.”
Dygert, an active National Reining Horse Association member, is particularly attuned to satisfying the demands of a diverse group of horsemen. “Good footing is part of what I brought to the table, because I understand horses’ needs,” he says. “No facility can provide only one footing and expect it to be adequate for every discipline. This is why we now have one of WestWorld’s 10 arenas set apart for only cow events, which is a seldom-experienced luxury for those competitors. Good footing is a never-ending issue, and specialized footing—or any footing—needs daily maintenance. WestWorld can meet any needs, and I can make any changes called for as minimally intrusive as possible. “We have 100 other horse shows here each year,” he continues, “but none of those even comes close to this show, the largest of its kind. We love being a part of that, and we never underestimate this show’s ‘wow’ factor. Its tremendous success over the years is tied to its excellence in every aspect.” He, too, is cognizant of the Arabian horse event’s effect on the community. “Another significant development is that shipping horses anywhere in the world is no longer cost prohibitive. Scottsdale’s entries from other countries increase every year. We have 964 permanent stalls, and we put up another 1,500 portable stalls to host the Arabian show. This event has a large economic impact on the city. Let’s say the Arabian horse people spend $7 million over the eight-day show. An economist would multiply that $7 million, using a specific formula that translates the amount into $50 million in direct and direct inducement spending.” Speaking of spending, is show participation being affected by the present economic downturn? “Scottsdale is a great show,” Taryl Pearson states unequivocally. “Where else can people see so many of the world’s finest Arabian
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horses, in such a delightful venue? The horses are still coming and people are still excited about showing them. I believe they are finding that Arabian horses, and this show, are islands of hope. Exhibitors may be making sacrifices and canceling going to other shows, but they are determined to come to Scottsdale, no matter what.” AHAA President Jay Allen adds, “We just finished the valley’s yearly open barns schedule, during which we saw lots of new faces. These were brand new people, very curious about Arabian horses. There is still considerable interest out there, but buyers are spending their hardearned dollars on what will have the greatest, most lasting value for themselves and their families.”
The Shopping Phenomenon It is not just the horses that make Scottsdale special. Well-informed travelers always factor in the over-the-top shopping experience awaiting them. This commercial exhibits extravaganza is one of the biggest associated with a horse show.
with 23,000 square feet, keep their temporary occupants comfortable indoors. Outdoors, the wide, paved walkway around Wendell Arena—some 150,000 square feet of it—provides another high-traffic commercial location.
Food For Thought Horse and human food merchants are essential to any multi-day show’s success, and reliable horse feed dealers are usually commercial exhibitors. But Scottsdale’s human food dealers come back every year as well, because they can count on doing a land-office business throughout the show. Most people shelve their diets for the duration and savor the delectable, often unusual, culinary items in the international food court. Heavenly artisan sandwiches, fancy coffees, Indian fry bread and Belgian waffles vie for attention with exotic meat and seafood creations and scrumptious desserts. No wonder food providers keep returning to Scottsdale! “We have a 100 percent return from last year,” Charpentier confirms, with no little pride. “Some of them have been with us for 15 to 20 years.”
The Joy Of Corporate Sponsors And Great Promotion Sponsorships are a vital aspect of any show. Class sponsorships usually sell readily, but shows like Scottsdale need substantial corporate sponsorships to reach those heights so crucial to a show’s quality and reputation. When Charpentier assumed her role, she quickly saw the need for increased sponsorship support. “When we started 13 years ago, the show had 27 sponsors, with only a half dozen of those corporate,” she remembers. “This year, all told, we have 58 sponsors, 52 of which are strong corporate sponsors, and six others that are not corporate.” This year is volunteer Kelly Charpentier’s 13th to oversee her particular areas of responsibility. Six or seven weeks after each year’s event, she and volunteer Reita Lathrop and their committee start to plan next year’s shopping expo. “We only accept 300 exhibitors,” Charpentier explains. “We currently have a waiting list of over 200, but we strive to ensure that offerings vary in each commercial area. We do not put vendors with the same category of products or services near each other. We try to distribute them fairly. This gives shoppers greater variety, and everybody has a chance to make money. We try to take care of the people who have taken care of us.” Commercial exhibit space is never a problem at Scottsdale. Two huge tents, one with 50,000 square feet and a second
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How do those supporters get involved? Some, Charpentier seeks out. “I start with a phone call and e-mail,” she explains. “If there is interest, I then send them two DVDs. One is a short overview of the event, and the second DVD is a copy of the previous year’s 30-minute TV show.” For a list of this year’s corporate sponsors, visit the 2010 Scottsdale Arabian Horse Show’s website at www.scottsdaleshow.com. The 30-minute television show Charpentier mentions is one of the promotional efforts that former club president Janice McCrea-Wight helped bring to the show. McCreaWright attended her first Scottsdale Show in 1968, and has been a horse show volunteer for more than 30 years.
“This year’s television show is coming right up,” she says. “That gives us wonderful exposure to the non-horse general public, and to horse people in other breeds. We also have a strong radio campaign, and our display ads at Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport give us a distinctive presence there.
Another well-loved attraction is Meet-A-Horse, in which spectators are invited to meet an Arabian horse and, wearing a colorful native costume, to be photographed with one. Meet-A-Horse takes place every morning at 10:30 in the round pen at the end of the first commercial exhibitors’ tent.
“I was a little nervous at first this year, because the Phoenix Open Golf Tournament is the same week as the horse show, but now it looks like that won’t
Visitors are also entertained with behind-the-scenes barn tours. These guided affairs give the curious a chance to witness and to ask questions about the endless details of caring for and preparing Arabian show horses for their classes.
Those Big-Money Prizes Exciting payback programs seem to come out at Scottsdale every year. On deck in 2010 are the Arabian Reining Futurity Classic, the Arabian English Performance Association’s $100,000 Saddle Seat Futurity and $20,000 Saddle Seat Maturity ATR, the Platinum Performance $5,000 Liberty Class, and the muchdiscussed Scottsdale Signature Stallion program’s halter and performance classes. create a problem. Our local magazines’ show coverage is unchanged. Entries are holding up, and the payout programs continue to grow. Look at the increasing participation, and at all the interest in the new classes they will be debuting this year. The two winning babies in the Scottsdale Signature Stallion auction classes will each win $57,000. Why would anyone not want to come to Scottsdale?”
Fun And Games Galore Scottsdale is also known for its variety of activities, many of which have developed a following in the general public. One popular event is the annual children’s photo contest, put on by AHAA’s amateur committee. Winning photos are prominently displayed throughout the long week. “Yesterday at the grocery store, a lady noticed the horse necklace I was wearing,” offers Janice McCrea-Wight. “She asked, ‘Is that an Arabian?’ When I told her that it was an Arabian, she said, ‘Are you involved with the Arabian horse show coming up next month?’ This is amazing, I thought to myself. ‘My 9-year-old daughter is in the art contest,’ the woman added. ‘She is excited about the contest, and about going to the show. Will she ever be excited when I tell her I met someone connected with the show!’”
In the years since its 2003 introduction, the Scottsdale Signature Stallion program has grown tremendously. The 2009 Stallion Service Auction saw auctioneer Bill Addis sell 150 nominated stallions’ services for more than $500,000. In 2010, the Scottsdale Signature Stallion Service Auction will offer 159 stallion services. Halter and performance classes for Scottsdale Signature Stallion offspring include significant payouts. In the SSS Futurity Auction Champion Yearling Fillies AOTH and Yearling Colts AOTH, the winners will receive $56,857,
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with $28,428 going to the reserves and $9,645 to the top ten. In the SSS Futurity Championship Yearling Colts/ Geldings ATH and Yearling Fillies ATH, winners are looking at $19,501, with $9,750.56 set aside for reserves, $3,308 for top tens and $200 for top twenties. Similar amounts reward 2-year-old SSS halter contenders and performance classes for ages 4 through 6. As prize money climbs and horses’ and riders’ proficiency continues to impress everyone, interest in these classes could increase to the point that exhibitors and their horses would have to qualify to participate!
Mounted Unit, now in its 22nd year of law enforcement. Bob Leary will be on hand to help seminarians learn the four natural training aids, and offer tips about improving safety practices. This year’s round pen demonstrations will take place daily.
Patrons, Patrons, And More Patrons! Minnesota’s Lollie Ames, a winter resident of the Valley of the Sun, has managed the show’s patrons’ program for a number of years. As many anxiety-ridden consumers settle into newly tight-fisted business and personal lifestyles, it is fair to ask if Scottsdale’s usually filled-to-capacity program is suffering any reversals.
Focusing On Youth And Education Education and youth are always important at this horse show. “The first weekend is devoted entirely to youth classes, a barbecue, and other fun, youth-oriented activities,” says Jay Allen. “Because of the wide differences in kids’ ages, we try to offer projects and activities that will provide something for everyone. There are so many other attractions to compete with out there, but our youth are active nonetheless, and most are really involved with their horses.”
“As of today,” Ames replied in mid-January, “we have 135 patrons signed up—which is down only slightly from last year’s number. Two years ago we had 183, but that was unusual. The majority of this year’s patrons are repeats. We provide them with lots of good food, rental vehicles, golf carts, excellent seating, use of the Patrons’ Lounge, and we have some pretty exotic gifts for them that are going to be a surprise.” In Ames’ estimation, the key to keeping Scottsdale’s patrons content is to provide consistently good services and courteous, respectful treatment. “Those things, along with the lasting friendships that grow among our patrons, seem to keep everybody happy.”
Matters of Judgment
Seminars and the popular Scottsdale round pen demonstrations have universal appeal. This year’s offerings will feature authorities in the various milieus they discuss. Round pen expert Lee Smith returns to help his audience develop healthy, enjoyable partnerships with their horses. Other speakers will be dressage and sport horse trainer Philipp Kast; equine reproduction specialist Patrick McCue, DVM; award-winning endurance rider Stephanie Palmer-DuRoss; and the Scottsdale Police
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AHAA’s judges’ committee has again hired only the best. Panel One, making the decisions in stallion halter and the English performance divisions, consists of Corky Sutton, Ross Tarkington and Lisa Jo White. Panel Two, adjudicating mare halter and the western performance classes, consists of Paul Kostial, Steven Leiblang and Jeff Tracy. Panel Three: Scott Benjamin, Van Jacobsen and Lori Schroeder-Ross, will judge youth performance, English and SSS (Scottsdale Signature Stallion) halter. Panel Four also will be making the decisions in those three divisions. This team will be made up of Judy Kibler, Lewis McKim, and Cindy Reich. Credentialed experts in various disciplines will judge those specialty classes. For example, Beverly Le Master will be judging trail. Diane Morgan-Stasiak will officiate over hunter and jumper classes, and Michael Osinski will judge dressage,
joined by dressage and sport horse judges Dori VlattenSchmitz and Sheryl Craig (Sport Horse Hunter Type Only). The working western disciplines too will be judged by experts in those fields. Bill Enk will officiate in cutting, and Laurel Denton will assess the working cow classes. Nancy Harvey is listed as the alternate judge. Terry Thompson, Guy Vernon, Donnie Bricker, Holly Hover and Jody Brainard will preside over Scottsdale’s reining division in 2010.
When It Reins, It Pours In the past several years, Scottsdale has ramped up its reining offerings considerably. All indicators show that the Arabian community is enthusiastically embracing this demanding, spectator-friendly discipline. While watching halter classes can discourage nonhorse people, with reining, the audience can see for themselves which horses execute the pattern well and which ones do not. Spectators can enjoy each horse’s go, root for a favorite, and feel like they have glimpsed the Arabian breed’s athleticism. An increasing number of breeders are making choices likely to yield offspring that are predisposed to succeed in working western competition. As reiners, cutting horses and working cow horses’ performances become more and more precise, and riders of all ages try out this unique ride, reining is enlisting new recruits almost daily. The division’s sponsors are Kyle Tack, JWS Saddlery Ltd.-Jim Taylor Saddles, Dutch Joe Ranch and American Satellite. Another of the Arabian horse community’s glittering accomplishments is the Arabian Reining Horse Association’s Reining Futurity. This program debuted at Scottsdale in 2005 as the Half-Arabian Reining Futurity. In 2006, classes—and prize money—were added to include purebreds. New reining offerings in 2010 will be a Non-Pro Futurity for 4- and 5-year-old horses shown in two-handed snaffles. The NRHA-sanctioned Reining Futurity Classics for purebreds and Half-Arabians offer $150,000 in prize money. There is also an NRHAsanctioned Limited Futurity for open and non-pro riders who have not won more than five national titles, and a new Non-Pro Derby for amateur riders with 6-, 7- and 8-year-old horses. Details can be found at www.arha.net.
The entry deadline was December 1, but that leaves a whole year for promising reiners and riders to hone their skills to razor sharpness.
That Extraordinary Ambience Beautiful horses … exciting competition … prize money … shopping … parties. That would seem like enough to draw anyone to the Scottsdale Show. But amazingly, that is not everything that people mention when they advocate Arizona in February. There is that one-of-akind atmosphere, always discernable, whether during an afternoon show session, a quiet evening, or in the earliest hours. It is the majesty of the surrounding desert—the stark elements of cactus, sand, expansive vistas and dramatic mountains—all in a winter air that fairly sparkles with life. So, in February 2010, the Scottsdale Arabian and HalfArabian Show will once again thrill its fans, old and new. The one sure bet is soon new fans will join the old in promising themselves that they will return. Scottsdale, it seems, is simply irresistible. One who will confirm that is Janice McCrea-Wight’s mother, Lois McCrea. The event’s longtime exhibitor services manager, McCrea will celebrate her 90th birthday in September 2010, and she just keeps coming back for more. Attending the Scottsdale Show, admirers say, is a fabulous idea. ■
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Offering some of our finest on the
2010 Cedar Ridge
Internet Auction Bidding starts Thursday, February 11, 2010 and will end by Saturday, February 20, 2010 BRASS FIRE CRF Brass x Afire Inmy Eyes, 02/08/06 bay Arabian gelding English Pleasure - AHA Breeders Sweepstakes & MN Breeders nominated. BRASS RING CRF Brass x Toi Jabaska, 5/13/06 bay Arabian gelding English Pleasure - AHA Breeders Sweepstakes & MN Breeders nominated. BRASS STAR Brass x CB Shining Star, 05/12/00 bay Arabian gelding English Pleasure - AHA Breeders Sweepstakes & MN Breeders nominated. Multi-National Champion. FABULIUS Fabricius x FG Lilms Somethin, 06/25/04 chestnut Half-Arabian gelding. English Pleasure LOTS OF FIRE CRF DS Major Afire x G Kallora, 04/19/06 chestnut Arabian gelding English Pleasure - AHA Breeders Sweepstakes & MN Breeders nominated. SLIDE MAXY CRF HH Maxemus x She Dun Slid, bay H/A mare Reining - Entered in the reining futurity class at Scottsdale. SLIDE N STYLE Black N Style x Marliera, bay Arabian gelding Reining - Entered in the reining futurity class at Scottsdale. TOI DIVA CRF Matoi x Glamorize, 04/30/04 chestnut Half-Arabian mare English Pleasure - AHA Breeders Sweepstakes nominated - U.S. National Top Ten. TOP BRASS CRF Brass x Ferachask, 04/05/06 bay Arabian stallion English Pleasure - AHA Breeders Sweepstakes & MN Breeders nominated. U.S. National Top Ten.
All horses will be available for private showings starting February 6, 2010. Contact Leah Beth Boyd for an appointment ~ 515-520-7604
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National Top Ten TOP BRASS CRF
National Top Ten TOI DIVA CRF
Join us in Scottsdale TUESDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 16TH for a presentation and celebration. Visit our website often for details and a complete listing of sale horses.
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Be sure to visit with us during the Scottsdale Show, February 11-21, and we will make sure you get a proper start to what promises to be a great show season! Mike VillaseĂąor cell: 507-254-7809 Kandi Menne cell: 507-201-0005 John Diedrich cell: 507-461-1587 www.ahtimes.com â€˘ 1-800-248-4637
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Lot ONE 2010 Scottsdale Signature Stallion Auction
Sandro Pinha ITC Arabians
Frozen semen world-wide • Multi-program nominated sire • SCID & CA Clear Proudly owned by Lucky & Raegen Lurken of Rochester, MN
Legacy Of Fame x Precious Legacy, by Legacy Of Fame
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Multi-program nominated sire • SCID & CA clear Bred & owned by Rolyn & Judy Schmid
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*Marwan Al Shaqab x Veronica GA, by Versace
Proudly bred & owned by Sam Peacemaker, PCF Arabians, LLC. email@example.com • 509.315.8584 Multi-Program Nominated Sire Contact Sandro Pinha • 480.226.0001 • firstname.lastname@example.org
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ferrara, visel & suzanne photos
SCOTTSDALE SIGNATURE STALLIONS
* S I R FA M E S H B V *Ffamess x Cajun Lady HCF Breeders Sweepstakes Nominated SHN Nominated, MN Medallion Stallion IA Gold Star Stallion, Scottsdale Signature Stallion AHBA Futurity Stallion SCID Clear
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EVER AFTER NA
*Magnum Chall HVP x Major Love Affair
*Sir Fames HBV x Entaicyng NA
Breeders Sweepstakes Nominated Scottsdale Signature Stallion AHBA Futurity Stallion SCID Clear
Breeders Sweepstakes Nominated, MN Medallion Stallion Scottsdale Signature Stallion, AHBA Futurity Stallion SCID Clear
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Robert North 619.992.9832 â€˘ Mike McNally 760.500.0792
EF 100% of all EF Kingston foals to ever be shown have won titles at the Class A level, Canadian, Ohio Buckeye, Regionals, Scottsdale, World Cup & U.S. Nationals. 2010 Auction Colt
VUITTON DPA EF Kingston x Angelina DPA, by EA Echstravagant
SCOTTSDALE SIGNATURE STALLION Padrons Psyche x The Dreamspinner Multi-program nominated sire • SCID clear • Frozen semen available in Europe Owned by Dellesta Park Arabians www.dellestapark.com • email@example.com • 360-303-5166 Contact Sandro Pinha 480.226.0001, firstname.lastname@example.org • www.ITCArabians.com
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Eight years after its auspicious arrival on the Ar abian show scene, the Scottsdale Signature Stallion progr am is an unqualified and unequalled success story.
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MONDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 2010 12:30 P.M. — Wendell Arena 250a Scottsdale Signature Stallion Auction Championship Yearling Colts/Geldings – AOTH (Semi-Final) TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 2010 1:00 P.M. — Wendell Arena 307a Scottsdale Signature Stallion Auction Championship Yearling Fillies – AOTH (Semi-Final) WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 2010 Approximately 8:30 A.M. — Equidome 322 Scottsdale Signature Stallion Championship Western Pleasure Maturity – ATR (Horses 5 Years of Age) 6:00 P.M. — Equidome
SCOTTSDALE SIGNATURE STALLION AUCTION (Open to Public) SCOTTSDALE SIGNATURE STALLION AUCTION (Open to Public) THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 2010 12:30 P.M. — Wendell Arena 375a Scottsdale Signature Stallion Championship Yearling Colts/Geldings - ATH (Eliminations) 376a Scottsdale Signature Stallion Championship Yearling Fillies - ATH (Eliminations) FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 2010 Approximately 10:30 A.M. — Equidome 383 Scottsdale Signature Stallion Championship Hunter Pleasure Maturity – ATR (Horses 5 Years of Age) Approximately 3:30 P.M. — Equidome 406 Scottsdale Signature Stallion Championship Western Pleasure Futurity (Horses 3 & 4 Years of Age) Approximately 2:30 P.M. — Wendell Arena 413 Scottsdale Signature Stallion Championship English Pleasure Futurity (Horses 3 & 4 Years of Age) Approximately 6:30 P.M. — Equidome 250f Scottsdale Signature Stallion Auction Championship Yearling Colts/Geldings - AOTH (Final) SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 2010 8:00 A.M. — Wendell Arena 432 Scottsdale Signature Stallion Championship 2-Year-Old Geldings – ATH 433 Scottsdale Signature Stallion Championship 2-Year-Old Colts – ATH 434 Scottsdale Signature Stallion Championship Hunter Pleasure Futurity (Horses 3 & 4 Years of Age) 435 Scottsdale Signature Stallion Championship English Pleasure Maturity – ATR (Horses 5 Years of Age) 436 Scottsdale Signature Stallion Championship 2-Year-Old Fillies – ATH Approximately 7:00 P.M. — Equidome 307f Scottsdale Signature Stallion Auction Championship Yearling Fillies - AOTH (Final) SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 2010 1:30 P.M. — Wendell Arena 376f Scottsdale Signature Stallion Championship Yearling Fillies – ATH (Final) 375f Scottsdale Signature Stallion Championship Yearling Colts/Geldings – ATH (Final) The times indicated are subject to change. JANUARY 2010 | SSS 9
Scottsdale Signature Stallions Spell Success by LINDA WHITE
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he Scottsdale Signature Stallion (SSS) program is an unqualiﬁed success. In the years since its 2003 introduction, the program has grown exponentially. More than 1,000 people attended—and more importantly, participated in—the 2009 Stallion Service Auction. Within three hours, auctioneer Bill Addis sold 150 nominated stallions’ services for more than $500,000. In 2010, the Scottsdale Signature Stallion Service Auction will oﬀer 159 choice stallions’ services. Past and present AHAA presidents and energetic club members Janice Wight and Jay Allen are heading SSS eﬀorts this year. “We are going to do something a little diﬀerently,” Past President Wight begins. “We are going to have the auction in a more intimate, personal setting, where people can relax and be more comfortable. We will not be bringing a bunch of horses into the arena this year. In fact, there will probably be no live horses presented. People who come to bid already know which stallions interest them; so, we can do without the extra furor that presenting live horses creates. This will be a smaller scale setting, so that auction attendees can participate more easily. “There is so much excitement!” she adds. “There will be 159 stallions’ services auctioned this year, and a breeding to *Muscat, provided by his last owners. We will be working with Cindy Reich, whose equine fertility, transported semen and artiﬁcial insemination expertise will add to both buyers’ and sellers’ conﬁdence.” During the Scottsdale Show, both Scottsdale Signature Stallion halter and performance classes will be oﬀered. The two largest classes are consistently the Scottsdale Signature Stallion Yearling Fillies ATH and the Scottsdale Signature Stallion Yearling Colts ATH. Last year’s winners in those two classes each took home almost $30,000. A projected $56,857.50 payout will be available to those two class winners in 2010. Reserve champions will receive $28,428.75. To the winner of the SSS Yearling Futurity Championship will go $19,501.13, and to the reserve champion, $9,750.56. Top Tens will be awarded $3,308.23, and Top Twenty, $500.00 each. The most eagerly anticipated Scottsdale Signature Stallion halter classes are the two SSS Auction contests. This year, these classes will be populated by the colts and ﬁllies resulting from stallion services purchased at the 2008 Scottsdale Signature Stallion Auction. No professional handlers are permitted. The young horses, shown by their amateur owners, will compete for signiﬁcant prize monies. Projected payout for these classes is $39,603.38 to the champion; $19,801.69 to the reserve champion; and $6,718.43 to each of the remaining Top Ten places.
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Two-year-old SSS halter classes will pay colt and ﬁlly champions $14,134.17 apiece, with reserve champions taking home $7,067.08, and Top Tens, $2,397.76. Performance classes for 3- and 4-year-olds will include the SSS Futurity Championship: English Pleasure Futurity; the SSS Futurity Championship: Hunter Pleasure Futurity; and the SSS Futurity Championship: Western Pleasure Futurity. The champion will receive $17, 845.91, reserve champion will take home $12,747.08, and the remaining Top Five will each be awarded $6,798.44. The SSS performance classes for 5-year-olds will feature SSS futurity championships in English pleasure, hunter pleasure, and western pleasure. Champions will earn $5,916.17; reserve champions, $4,225.83, and the remaining Top Fives, $2,253.78 each. The SSS directors are hopeful that the approximately 1,000 SSS foal nominations annually will remain steady. “People are excited, and entries are holding up,” notes Wight. “I think we will be ﬁne. Besides, it is so easy for people to get involved, because they can breed a purebred mare in 2010 to a SSS stallion and be in the money too. The winning babies in the auction classes will be earning almost $57,000; the other SSS classes also have rich prize monies. Big paybacks are a strong incentive.” “This venue, Scottsdale, is the biggest reason for the Scottsdale Signature Stallion program’s overwhelming success,” oﬀers newly-elected AHAA President Jay Allen. “The SSS stallions are great horses with great owners, and the huge prize monies are a big additional incentive. Will the country’s current economic woes aﬀect us? We may be down a little. It would be naïve to think that we would not be aﬀected. Breedings are down 25% to 30%, according to AHA indicators, and that estimate may be conservative. With all that in mind, futurity programs everywhere are going to take a hit. Our clients and we are taking part in the SSS program, the Iowa Gold Star program, and the Minnesota Fall Festival, ﬁrst, because of their signiﬁcant payback structure, and because the owners can actively participate in those futurities. They are not sidelined, as owners so often are in open competition.” On SSS auction night, Purina will be sponsoring the pre-sale lasagna dinner, which is open to the public. Allen and Wight estimate, based on last year’s turnout, that between 1,000 and 1,500 people will attend. Sponsoring the auction itself this year is Merial Pharmaceuticals.■
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2010 Projected Prize Money Payouts Auction Yearling Halter Classes
2-Year-Old Halter Classes
Scottsdale Signature Stallion Futurity Auction Championship: Yearling Fillies – AOTH Yearling Colts/Geldings – AOTH
Scottsdale Signature Stallion Futurity Championship: 2-Year-Old Fillies – ATH 2-Year-Old Colts – ATH 2-Year-Old Geldings – ATH
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Yearling Halter Classes Scottsdale Signature Stallion Futurity Championship: Yearling Fillies – ATH Yearling Colts/Geldings – ATH Champion . . . . . . Reserve Champion Top Ten. . . . . . . . Top Twenty (11-20) .
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$19,501.13 $9,750.56 $3,308.23 $500.00
3- & 4-Year-Old Performance Classes Scottsdale Signature Stallion Futurity Championship: English Pleasure Futurity Hunter Pleasure Futurity Western Pleasure Futurity Champion . . . . . . . . . . . . . $17,845.91 Reserve Champion . . . . . . . $12,747.08 Top Five . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $6,798.44
5-Year-Old Performance Classes Scottsdale Signature Stallion Maturity Championship: English Pleasure Maturity Hunter Pleasure Maturity Western Pleasure Maturity Champion . . . . . . . . . . . . . $5,916.17 Reserve Champion . . . . . . . $4,225.83 Top Five . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $2,253.78
Watch for more great prize money payouts in 2011 **Prize money subject to change
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2009 SCOTTSDALE SIGNATURE STALLION AUCTION YEARLING FILLIES AOTH CHAMPIONSHIP Champion: $50,754.37
DM VALENCEA (DA Valentino x HED Caramba) Handler: Dan Grossman Owner: Dan and Maureen Grossman
Reserve Champion: $25,377.18
MISS MREEKHE GG (TF Psymreekhe x Miss Pryme Tyme) Handler: Cammie Coker Owner: Darrell and Sandy Coker Top Ten, unranked: $8,610.11 each SIENNA APAL (Justify x SA Misha Apal), H: Sienna Snell, O: DST Arabians. SW PASSIONATE KISS (The Guardian x Midnight Pashahn), H: Greg Cowdrey, O: Greg and Veronica Cowdrey. WR LOVE AFFAIR (Magnum Chall HVP x Major Love Affair), H: Donald Camacho Jr., O: Donald Camacho Jr. RHR FACE THE FIRE (DS Major Afire x HL Infactuation), H: David Halsch, O: Shellbird, Inc. STELLARIS BPA (Star Ghazal x Ophelie BPA), H: Jennifer Mrozek Sukalo, O: Jennifer Mrozek Sukalo. ROSE OF VERSACE JG (Versace x Bint Gypsy Rose), H: Kassidy Garland, O: Jerry Garcia. ARIA AUBREY (Pyro Thyme SA x Sephora), H: Jeff Sloan, O: Desert Wind Arabians LLC. TR SETA BELLA (HK Marcello x TR Silk Bouquet), H: Rebecca Taylor, O: Rickie and Paula Taylor.
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2009 SCOTTSDALE SIGNATURE STALLION YEARLING FILLIES ATH CHAMPIONSHIP Champion: $29,553.13
RD CHALLS ANGEL (Magnum Chall HVP x Bey Angel TGS) Handler: Scott Cocuzza Owner: Pegasus Arabians
Reserve Champion: $14,776.48
ASTOUNDDING BEAUTY (Justify x JJ Astounding Echo) Handler: Rhiannon Sellman Owner: DST Arabians Top Ten, unranked: $5,013.48 each AUJSHA (Marajj x Paloma De Jamaal), H: Joel Desmarteau, O: Wilson Training Center and Markelle Arabians. ANNJOLINA (Marwan Al Shaqab x MFA Annies Song), H: Ashlee Alfreds, O: Michael Byatt and Ray & Nora Tatum. DANA SHAMIA (Baywatch V x Shannacey D), H: Dale Worthington, O: Dale and Wyona Worthington. MARGARITA PSY (Padrons Psyche x WA Marlaina Lee), H: Natalia Nieves, O: Robert and Dixie North Family Trust. LLC MAGDIVINE (Magnum Psyche x La Diva BSA), H: Angela Larson, O: Claire and Margaret Larson. JESSICA CB (Jake Jamaal JCA x Vanessa EA), H: Devon Benbrook, O: Cynthia Burkman. POWER OF LUV (DA Valentino x ROL Snap Shot), H: Jason Tackett, O: Terry Boggs. SHARONA TRF (Magnum Chall HVP x HED Shania), H: Stuart Vesty, O: Tangle Ridge Farm.
JANUARY 2010 | SSS 15
2009 SCOTTSDALE SIGNATURE STALLION AUCTION YEARLING COLTS/GELDINGS AOTH CHAMPIONSHIP Champion: $50,754.37
EVG GIANNI (Pershahn El Jamaal x Gisele) Handler: Harold Green Owner: Evergreen Arabians LLC
FAMOSO WA (Mariachi WA x Famess N Parys WA) Handler: Maegan Friesen Owner: Ed and Laura Friesen Top Ten, unranked: $8,610.11 each SF SIR REAL (Sir Fames HBV x Veronica GA), H: Holly McDonald, O: Gary and Holly McDonald. ARIA JAGUAR SF (Georgio AF x Diviniti), H: Jeffrey Sloan, O: Jeffrey Sloan. SILENCER LRA (LD Pistal x Serenata Eljamaal), H: Ron Armstrong, O: Ron and Laura Armstrong. PHALANX BPA (Falcon BHF x TA Jihana Bey), H: Glenn Hibbs, O: BP Arabians LLC. LEGACYS REFLECTION JG (Legacy Of Fame x PS Patina), H: Kassidy Garland, O: Jerry Garcia. L HIDALGO DA VINCI (Da Vinci FM x Taustins Bobi Sox), H: Barry Leimkuehler, O: Laura Leimkuehler. WTA BEY RITZ (FS Ritz x CR Beycandle), H: Glenna Gruppen, O: Al and Glenna Gruppen. SVS QUANTICO (SVS Fornaio x Patrice C), H: Jerome Strack Van Schyndel, O: J. and M. Strack Van Schyndel.
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2009 SCOTTSDALE SIGNATURE STALLION YEARLING COLTS/GELDINGS ATH CHAMPIONSHIP Champion: $29,553.13
D MARC (QR Marc x Rohara Tsatinette) Handler: Debbie Treadwell Owner: Dubai Arabian Stud
DANA PALERMO (Baywatch V x Rohara Padrona) Handler: Dale Worthington Owner: Dale and Wyona Worthington Top Ten, unranked: $5,013.48 each INTAR SF (Sir Fames HBV x Indianne Psylk), H: Michael Bills, O: Robert and Dixie North Family Trust. ONITNELAV (DA Valentino x Royal Ghazallah), H: Rhiannon Sellman, O: William Jackson Jr. CHANCELLOR MW (Enzo x Star Chance SA), H: Jaime Stachler, O: Cindy Morgan and Ann Wilder. WWR VICTORIAN (Versace x BFA Enchantress), H: David Stonehouse, O: Whiterock Ranch LLC. GIOVIALLI XX (MPA Giovanni x MFA Love Ntyme), H: Larry Schopf, O: Larry Schopf. MAZARATI LBA (Mazkarade x Amelia B), H: Cathleen Murphy Wright, O: Lazy B Arabians LLC. ALLESIO (Besson Carol x MFA Annies Song), H: Lisa Markley, O: Michael Byatt and Ray & Nora Tatum. TANZINITE (Psytanium x My Dreamgirl), H: Cammie Coker, O: Darrell, Sandy and Cammie Coker.
JANUARY 2010 | SSS 17
2009 SCOTTSDALE SIGNATURE STALLION 2YEAROLD FILLIES ATH CHAMPIONSHIP Champion: $12,413.00
FOREVER FLEURTATIOUS (Marwan Al Shaqab x Crysstal Echo) Handler: Angela Larson Owner: Gail Ann Czuczko
MORNING GLORY V (Jullyen El Jamaal x Misti Morn V) Handler: David May Owner: Teresa and David May Top Ten, unranked: $2,105.79 each SONG OF MARWAN AF (Marwan Al Shaqab x Psylaila AF), H: Lisa Markley, O: Janet Aston. VERILY PCF (Magnum Chall HVP x Veronica GA), H: Leslie Lurken, O: Leslie Lurken. DEBUTANTE BHF (Denali BHF x BHF Savannah), H: Rylee Gallun, O: Angela Hewitt. DESIREE BHF (Denali BHF x Franchesca BHF), H: Lara Ames, O: Jessie Szymanski. FRENCH KISSES (Sir Fames HBV x French Psylk), H: J. Michael Womble, O: J. Michael Womble. WR ST PAULI GIRL (DS Major Afire x ATA Psyches Psong), H: Austin Boggs, O: Mark and Valerie Sylla. CHALLS DREAM GIRL (Magnum Chall HVP x Psyches Princess), H: Cammie Coker, O: Leslie Lurken. PRIMADONA PA (Magnum Chall HVP x Zspecial Edition), H: Scott Cocuzza, O: Pegasus Arabians.
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2009 SCOTTSDALE SIGNATURE STALLION 2YEAROLD COLTS ATH CHAMPIONSHIP Champion: $12,413.00
ECCENTRIC VALENTINO (DA Valentino x Amelia B) Handler: Bruno Guiraldelli Owner: Roger and Stephanie McMahon
TRISTDEN (Pprovidence x Exquisita) Handler: Scott Cocuzza Owner: Gervais Harrelson Top Ten, unranked: $2,105.79 each NAVARRO PSY (Padrons Psyche x Navia HCF), H: Michael Bills, O: Robert and Dixie North Family Trust. D GIACOMO E (Enzo x Gypsy Inmy Soul), H: Phillip Delpozzo, O: Phillip Del Pozzo and Brent Stone. ARIES BFA (Versace x MC Psynammon), H: Nicholas Dean, O: Cecil & Frances Butler and Jeff & Sybil Collins. MONTICETO LN (Justify x JD Allove Story), H: Paul Glans, O: Laurie Neshem. XANTHUSS (Magnum Psyche x Ames Mirage), H: Jason Tackett, O: Britomar Ltd. MOJITO TA (Marwan Al Shaqab x Mirrakesch), H: Kimbell Johnson, O: Taylor Arabians. TRA REYMBRANDT (GR Psyches Rey x TR Aleksandraah), H: Jocelyn Hazlewood, O: Christopher and Pamela Geye. EL MOLOK (Marwan Al Shaqab x Maya El Jamaal), H: Danielle Taylor, O: Taylor Arabians.
JANUARY 2010 | SSS 19
2009 SCOTTSDALE SIGNATURE STALLION 2YEAROLD GELDINGS ATH CHAMPIONSHIP Champion: $12,413.00
SIR HAMPTON AC (Sir Fames HBV x TF Chynas Jewel) Handler: Michael Bills Owner: Andrew and Christine Steﬀens
CHAL LA BRAZEN (Magnum Chall HVP x Charizmah) Handler: Scott Cocuzza Owner: Pegasus Arabians Top Ten, unranked: $2,105.79 each SAN SOUCI V (Jullyen El Jamaal x Sweet Klassique V), H: Ron Armstrong, O: Varian Arabians. ENVOYY (Baywatch V x Whispersnwhistles), H: Brian Measel, O: Randolyn Carr. BARRISTER BFA (Magnum Psyche x Barrista), H: Chloe Glover, O: Patty Feola. RD SOLAR THYME (Pyro Thyme SA x TF Falconsimprint), H: Murray Popplewell, O: Murray and Shirley Popplewell. R INTREPID (Intense x NW Psyches Promis), H: Paul Glans, O: William and Darcy Flood. AM FEISTY FLAVIUS (Bremervale Andronicus x AM Misty Dream), H: Alexandra Ramage, O: Bazy Tankersley.
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2009 SCOTTSDALE SIGNATURE STALLION ENGLISH PLEASURE FUTURITY CHAMPIONSHIP
2009 SCOTTSDALE SIGNATURE STALLION ENGLISH PLEASURE MATURITY ATR CHAMPIONSHIP
A DESERT TEMPTATION
(Millennium LOA x Adivah), Rider: Chris Wilson Owner: Tom Blakemore II
(A Temptation x Desert Diva), Rider: Samantha Price, Owner: Equine Design LLC
ROL CODE RED
ROL DANCYN FIRE
(Cytosk x Ebonee), Rider: Dennis Wigren Owner: R O Lervick Arabians
(Baske Afire x Xtacy), Rider: Toni Lick Owner: R O Lervick Arabians
Top Five, unranked: $2,200 each
Top Five, unranked: $1,000 each
ROL FIRE WATER (Baske Afire x Singularcylection), R: Melissa Holt, O: R O Lervick Arabians.
CYMPLY TEMPTING (A Temptation x Singularcylection), R: Cindy HighFischman, O: R O Lervick Arabians.
IMAFIRE DANZER (Baske Afire x Danzers Sonata), R: Stephanie Snyder, O: Jane Cooper Dan Payne.
JANUARY 2010 | SSS 21
2009 SCOTTSDALE SIGNATURE STALLION WESTERN PLEASURE FUTURITY CHAMPIONSHIP
2009 SCOTTSDALE SIGNATURE STALLION WESTERN PLEASURE MATURITY ATR CHAMPIONSHIP
Champion: $6,000 INDIGO BVA (Ames Charisma x Ciara Bey) Rider: Gordon Potts, Owner: Tanya Marie Prifitera
Champion: $3,500 HJ FAMOSO (Magnum Psyche x Poetry SMF) Rider: Jill Mohr, Owner: Loren and JoEllen Erickson
Reserve: $4,000 JK MAGNETIC (Magnum Psyche x JK Angelbasksko), Rider: Chris Culbreth, Owner: John and Karen Sparks Revocable Trust
Reserve: $2,200 TRULY MAGNETIC CB (Magnum Psyche x Dar Nuba), Rider: Rod Powell, Owner: Cynthia Burkman
Top Five, unranked: $2,200 each MARTINIS AT NOON (PA Hi-Noon x Daiquiri Bey), R: Ali Brady, O: Marcy Myers. EXCALIBUR BVA (Ames Charisma x FOF Eleni), R: Randy Anderson, O: Brookville Arabians LLC. MOSTLYS LOVE SONG (ML Mostly Padron x Falcon Song BHF), R: Kristin Huntsberger, O: Jeff & Sybil Collins and James & Sandra Smith.
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Top Five, unranked: $1,000 each HMR MUST BE AFLAME (Must Be Afire x Gwynsciena), R: Alisha Kinney, O: Kathryn Bolinger. DECIDEDLY JCA (Jake Jamaal JCA x HL Jalicia), R: Dori Lowe, O: Jade Creek Arabians. KHABERET PGA (Khadraj NA x RA Kela), R: Nancy Risen, O: Nancy and Robert Risen.
2009 SCOTTSDALE SIGNATURE STALLION HUNTER PLEASURE FUTURITY CHAMPIONSHIP
2009 SCOTTSDALE SIGNATURE STALLION HUNTER PLEASURE MATURITY ATR CHAMPIONSHIP
Champion: $6,000 TROY E (Enzo x Arsyn), Rider: Marjie Becker, Owner: Brent Stone, Pomeroy Arabians Intl. and Langstroth & Co. Ltd.
Champion: $3,500 AMURATH SANTIAGO IA (Amurath Czhivago x Santilla IA), Rider: Elis Crisafulli, Owner: Kerri Grisham
Reserve: $4,000 ENEVETABLE E (Enzo x Fames Lastlove CAHR) Rider: Elizabeth E Bentley, Owner: Pomeroy Arabians Intl. and Langstroth & Co. Ltd.
Reserve: $2,200 MALECON (Enzo x Tiaraa Rose), Rider: Michael R Brock, Owner: Michael R Brock,
Top Five, unranked: $2,200 each MAGNUMS THREE HEARTS (Magnum Psyche x Mystic Momentt), R: Chris Culbreth, O: Kathryn Bolinger. FIRST PPROVIDENCE (Pprovidence x Inillusion), R: Trini Owens, O: Margret Vanden Broek. Z-Z-TANIUM (Psytanium x Shezamadre), R: Natalie Jones, O: Paul and Barbara Hutchins.
Top Five, unranked: $1,000 each PSONIC (Padrons Psyche x Petronella SRA), R: Christine Lawson, O: Jennifer and Jason Earles. CZSPARTAN MLR (Amurath Czhivago x Psyches Desire), R: Brianna York, O: Shannon Beethe. OFW PSYENTINAL (Padrons Psyche x OFW Balarina), R: Jacqueline Decato, O: Claudia, Jacqueline and Danielle Decato.
JANUARY 2010 | SSS 23
Auction & Halter /Performance Futurity
Gener al Rules I. General Rules A. 1. 2. B.
The Scottsdale Signature Stallion Halter/Performance Program shall be divided into two sections: Scottsdale Signature Stallion Halter Futurity Program Scottsdale Signature Stallion Performance Division Only the oﬀspring from the stallions owned or sponsored by “Right” holders of the Scottsdale Signature Stallion Futurity are eligible if all requirements are met.
Stallion Requirements A. B. C. D. E. F. G. H. I.
The “Right” owner or lesser of the nominated stallion must be a member in good standing of the Arabian Horse Association of Arizona. Stallion owners must nominate their stallions with a $500 nomination fee by October 1 of preceding year of participation. Stallions must be nominated before mares that are bred to them can be nominated. Stallions will remain in the program unless AHAA is notiﬁed of any changes by October 1 of preceding year. There is no limit as to how many mares can be nominated to any one stallion. Each stallion “Right” owner is eligible to sponsor one stallion into the program for an additional $500. Stallion nomination fees of $500 will be billed by July of current year, and fees must be paid in full by October 1. Stallions will be required to donate one breeding each year of nomination to the Scottsdale Signature Stallion Auction. Stallion owners agree and acknowledge that if his/her stallion’s breeding does not sell at the Scottsdale Signature Stallion Auction, Stallion owner will purchase his/her stallion’s breeding for $1,000 immediately following the Auction.
Auction Breeding Requirements A. Only breedings purchased at the Scottsdale Signature Stallion Auction will be eligible to compete in the Scottsdale Signature Yearling Auction class. Mares must be nominated into the auction class before December 31 of current year. There will be no fee charged for nomination into the auction class. The auction class is limited only to auction breedings purchased at the auction of current year of nomination. B. All breedings purchased at the auction will also be eligible to enter the Scottsdale Signature Yearling class for a $100 nomination fee postmarked by December 31. C. All Mare Nominations must be postmarked by December 31 of the breeding year. D. Only one Mare Nomination for auction breeding can be submitted. Embryo Transfer (ET) Mare Nominations are required to designate recipient mare prior to December 31 of breeding year.
Mare Requirements A. B. C. D. E.
Any purebred mare bred to a nominated stallion in the Scottsdale Signature Stallion program is eligible to be nominated. The mare must be registered with the Arabian Horse Registry of America or the Canadian Arabian Horse Registry. The Mare Nomination Form must be completely ﬁlled in, signed and include the nomination fee before the mare will be accepted. The mare must be nominated and the $100 nomination fee per mare must be paid by December 31 of the year the mare is bred. The resulting foal remains nominated and eligible to be shown as a yearling, 2-year-old and in the performance division classes, regardless of sale or transfer of ownership.
II. Judging and Showing of Halter and Performance Horses A. B. C. D. E.
The resulting foals can be shown as yearlings at the Scottsdale Signature Yearling Futurity Class as ﬁllies and colts/geldings. (2 classes) The resulting foals can be shown as 2-year-old ﬁllies, colts and geldings. (3 classes) Prize money will be awarded in each division (See Section III). Judging will be done by a 3 Judge System. One exception will be that no more than 25 yearlings will be shown in any one semiﬁnal section. Judging system for each year will be published in the Prize List. The resulting foals must be shown by persons holding current USEF and AHA membership cards with amateur certiﬁcation. Professional handlers will be allowed to show in the 3- & 4-year-old performance classes ONLY. For more information you can contact:
Arabian Horse Association of Arizona PO Box 13865 Scottsdale, AZ 85267 • Phone 480-515-1500 Fax 480-515-1122 • www.scottsdaleshow.com 24 SSS | AR ABIAN HORSE TIMES
Auction & Halter /Performance Futurity
Gener al Rules III. Prize Money and Ribbons Scottsdale Signature Auction Proceeds: A. B. C. D.
45% 15% 20% 20%
Auction Yearling Classes Signature Yearling Classes Signature Performance Division Scottsdale Signature Futurity Expenses
Scottsdale Signature Yearling Auction Classes A. Two classes will be oﬀered for ﬁllies and for colts. B. The prize money for these classes will come from 45% of the stallion auction funds and be divided between these two classes. C. A Top Ten will be chosen along with a Champion and Reserve Champion. Champion 35% Reserve Champion 17.5% Remainder of Top Ten 47.5% (divided by 8) D. In the event there are fewer than 10 yearlings in a class, the percentage will stay the same for those placed, and the remaining prize money will be added to the performance division.
Scottsdale Signature Yearling Futurity A. Prize money for the Yearling Futurity classes will be composed of the following: 1. 50% of the Scottsdale Signature Stallion nominations from year breeding season. 2. 15% of the Scottsdale Signature Stallion Auction proceeds (previous breeding year’s auction). B. The Top Twenty Finalists (11-20), both colts and ﬁllies, will receive $200. C. The prize money will be divided equally between colts/geldings and ﬁllies and awarded to each as follows: Champion: 35% Reserve Champion 17.5% Remainder of Top Ten 47.5% (divided by 8) D. In the event there are fewer than 10 yearlings in a class, the percentage will stay the same for those placed, and the remaining prize money will be added to the performance division.
Scottsdale Signature 2-Year-Old Futurity A. Prize money for the 2-Year-Old Futurity classes will be composed of Mare Nominations. B. The remainder of the prize money will be divided equally between colts, geldings and ﬁllies and awarded to each as follows: Champion 35% Reserve Champion 17.5% Remainder of Top Ten 47.5% (divided by 8) C. In the event there are fewer than 10 ten-year-olds in a class, the percentage will stay the same for that place, and the remaining prize money will be added to the performance division.
Scottsdale Signature Performance Division A. 1. 2. B.
Prize money for the Performance classes will be composed of the following: 50% of the Scottsdale Signature Stallion nominations to the Performance division. 20% of the Scottsdale Signature Stallion Auction proceeds collected to the Performance division. The Top Five placings will receive prize money divided equally between classes and awarded to each as follows: Champion 35% Reserve Champion 25% Remainder of Top Five 40% (divided by 3) In the event there are fewer than ﬁve horses in a class, the percentage will stay the same for those placed, and the remaining prize money will be added to the following years performance classes. 3- & 4-year-old performance classes will be open to all riders professional or Amateur; 5-year-old classes will be open to Amateurs ONLY. All information subject to change.
JANUARY 2010 | SSS 25
Scottsdale Signature Stallions for 2010
Al Marah Arabians Bazy Tankersley 4101 N Bear Canyon Road Tucson, AZ 85749 520-749-1162 520-749-1162 email@example.com www.al-marah.com
*Bremervale Andronicus AM Good Oldboy AM Power Raid Amurath Arabians Sharon Eider Orley 29918 N 148th Street Scottsdale, AZ 85262 602-377-7885 480-483-5573 firstname.lastname@example.org www.amuratharabians.com
Bedu Arabians Rodney Friese 9812 190th Ave SE Snohomish, WA 98290 425-268-0351
Staarwan Blakemore Arabians Tom Blakemore II PO Box 20198 Fountain Hills, AZ 85269 602-402-8450 www.blakemorearabs.com
Sharif El Shaklan
Brookville Arabians David & Annabella Gelbard 16106 E Redbird Drive Scottsdale, AZ 85262 480-471-2285 516-437-8392
Arabian Expressions Greg Knowles 9870 E Jenan Drive Scottsdale, AZ 85260 480-563-3055 480-563-3019
Burkman Centre Cynthia Burkman PO Box 422 Los Alamos, CA 93440 805-350-0342
ML Aﬁre Dream Arabians Ltd Judy & Jim Sirbasku 8459 Rock Creek Road Waco, TX 76708 800-973-1445 254-752-6056 email@example.com www.arabiansltd.com
Mishaal HP Arabians of Qiran Al Sa’Dain LLC Lisa K. East 415 Enclave Ct. Brentwood, TN 37027 215-620-7977 615-832-1673 firstname.lastname@example.org www.arabiansofqiranalsadain.com
Marjestic WA Argent Farms c/o Andrew Sellman Claire & Margaret Larson 2318 S Loma Linda Drive Loma Linda, MO 64804 417-782-4593 715-425-9027 email@example.com www.argentfarms.com
Pyro Thyme SA Aria Arabians Jeﬀ Sloan 3095 Old Plank Road Milford, MI 48381 248-766-2903 248-540-5461 jeﬀ@ariaarabians.com www.ariaarabians.com
Aria Impresario Rough Justice Battle Hill Farm L. N. Smith HC 40, Box 9 Lewisburg, WV 24901 304-647-4164 304-647-4164 firstname.lastname@example.org www.battlehillfarm.com
Beijing BHF Denali BHF Falcon BHF
Burkman Centre Allison Pigott 1402 La Riata LaHabra, CA 90631 562-947-5548 562-902-0154 ﬁvblupigs@aol.com
Dakota FA Krusayder Psytation EA Butler Farm Training Center Ted Carson 440 Devin Drive White Oak, NC 28399 910-866-4000 910-866-4001
ML Mostly Padron RSA Troublesome
Dana Arabians Dale & Wyona Worthington 6212 Coﬀel Road S Roy, WA 98580 253-843-9100 email@example.com www.danaarabians.com
Baywatch V Day Dream Arabians Carol Steppe 732 Blue Spruce Drive Daville, CA 94506 925-736-0942 925-736-2057 firstname.lastname@example.org www.daydreamarabians.com
HI Hello Boy Its Sshow Time Maserati WR Showkayce Del Pozzo, Philip & Brent Stone Philip Del Pozzo & Brent Stone 545 Sawka Drive Auburn, CA 95603 530-885-8874 530-885-8874 email@example.com www.enzoltd.com
Enzo Delgado Prized Arabians Dimitri Delgado 660 Island Way #607 Clearwater Beach, FL 33767 916-844-4387 firstname.lastname@example.org www.delgadoprizedarabians.com
TF Sir Prize Dellesta Park Arabians Kristi Hopp 19132 Badke Road Snohomish, WA 98290 360-303-5166 email@example.com www.dellestapark.com
Cedar Ridge Farms Dick, Lollie & Lara Ames PO Box 8 Jordan, MN 55352 952-492-6590 952-492-3335
Holly Woods Dillin 5008 Ranch View Road Forth Worth, TX 76109 817-994-0918
A Noble Cause
Don Manuel Farms Peter & Trish Kessler 1515 CR 210W Ste 211 Jacksonville, FL 32259 904-733-8885 904-733-9995
Chaos Arabians LLC John Simms Jr. N 1577 N Creekside Lane Lake Geneva, WI 53147 262-348-9255 firstname.lastname@example.org
Zefyr Chattooga Ridge Arabians, Inc. Chris Anckersen 427 Damascus Church Road Long Creek, SC 29658 864-647-7588 864-647-7590 email@example.com www.marhaabah.com
Marhaabah Crimson Farms LLC Susanne Mackrell 2000 West Hwy 246 Buellton, CA 93427 805-740-9110 310-994-0841 firstname.lastname@example.org www.crimsonfarmsllc.com
Vertigo CF WH York
WC Ali Gazal
RHR Marcedes DST Arabians David & Tammy Corning and Sienna Snell PO Box 12689 Olympia, WA 98508 360-866-8525 360-866-8731 email@example.com
Justify El Camino Ranch LaVesta Locklin 11363 Walnut Street Redlands, CA 92374 909-794-1086 909-794-4846 firstname.lastname@example.org www.elcaminoranch.com
El Capitan Ranch Jon & Mindy Peters 269 South Beverly Hills, #509 Beverly Hills, CA 90212 310-278-6752 310-278-6754 email@example.com www.elcapranch.com
Epic MP Equid System, LTD Catherine Kerjean Via Chiavetta 22079 Villa Guardia (Co), Italy 22079 763-441-6466
WH Justice Equine Image Center LLC Ricardo & Riyan Rivero 12051 N 96th Street Scottsdale, AZ 85260 480-626-7108 480-626-4091 firstname.lastname@example.org www.equineimagecenter.com
Regal Actor JP Eric Wolfe Arabians, Inc. Eric Wolfe PO Box 1223 Apopka, FL 32704 407-880-4600 407-880-4625 email@example.com www.ericwolfearabians.com
PA Magnanimous JoEllen Erickson 1241 Verde Ave Durant, IA 52747 563-299-1845 firstname.lastname@example.org
HJ Famoso Esperanza Arabians Walt Lane 15360 Van Buren Blvd. Riverside, CA 92504 951-780-7553 951-354-0709 email@example.com www.dakareljamaal.com *Dakar El Jamaal Mazkarade Evergreen Arabians Harold & Elizabeth Green 5540 N Saguaro Road Paradise Valley, AZ 85253 480-961-7067 805-693-0874
*Pershahn El Jamaal Maruja Fink 3409 E 215th Street Belton, MO 64012 763-441-5849 763-441-3060 firstname.lastname@example.org www.shadainc.com
LC Psylent Knight Freedom Ranch LLC Jennifer Patterson 32 Lakefront Drive Glenbrook, NV 89413 775-749-5745
DS Major Aﬁre Freeland Farm Richard Freeland 5429 West Hamilton Road S Fort Wayne, IN 46814 260-436-5711 260-459-1211 email@example.com www.freelandfarms.com
Shael Dream Desert 26 SSS | AR ABIAN HORSE TIMES
Gallún Farms Dona Bellinger PO Box 1949 Santa Ynez, CA 93460 805-693-0083 805-693-0874 firstname.lastname@example.org www.gallunfarms.com
Eden C Gemini Acres Arabians Jim & Sally Bedeker 3285 Cemetary Road Morris, IL 60450 815-942-6035
Da Vinci FM Maddox Van Ryad Golden Ridge Farms Jay & Diane Allen 35444 N 11th Ave Phoenix, AZ 85027 623-516-0691 623-434-3186 email@example.com www.goldenridgefarms.com
GR Psyches Rey Veritas IA Greengate Farms Christie Hart 300 Greengate Road San Luis Obispo, CA 93401 805-441-0107 firstname.lastname@example.org www.greengate-farms.com
GG Atlantis Gruppen Training Center Al & Glenna Gruppen 2714 114th Ave Allegan, MI 49010 269-686-2102
FS Ritz HB Arabians LLC Christine Bruce or John Hillard 350 South Country Road, Suite 102-150 Palm Beach, FL 33480 561-301-6133 email@example.com
Brixx IA Heathcott Ltd. Steve Heathcott 10940 Mt. Falls School Washington, TX 77880 805-737-9804
Aston Martin Heaven Sent Farm Melvin Morgan 1241 Fox Hill Road Lynchburg, VA 24503 434-546-6123 434-534-8062 firstname.lastname@example.org www.nobleprize.net
Noble Prize Heritage Arabian Farm, LLC William & Valerie Felsted 10826 S George Road Spokane, WA 99224 509-443-9529
Out Til Midnight Ilercil Arabians Alp Ilercil 10315 E Brown Road Mesa, AZ 85207 480-380-8595 480-984-2201 www.ilercilarabians.com
J & M Arabians Margaret VandenBroek 3980 Crestview Drive Norco, CA 92860 951-533-1490 951-735-0955 email@example.com
Eupphoria Jack Perry 400 East 1600 South Mapleton, UT 84664 801-489-3332
Joys Creation JP Obsession JP Prince Tuhotmos Pure Psyche Jada Arabians Frank Puleo 16155 Forest Blvd. Hugo, MN 55038 651-653-9369
Nations PSY Jade Creek Arabians Manny Lawrence 3675 Baseline Ave Santa Ynez, AZ 93460 805 693-1400 805-686-4773 firstname.lastname@example.org www.jadecreek.com
Brandon Bey JCA Jacob JCA Jake Jamaal JCA Jerland Farms The Larry & Shelley Jerome Family 1483 14-1/2 Street Barron, WI 54812 715-537-5413 715-537-5556 email@example.com www.jerland.com
*Khadraj NA MPA Giovanni Ann Johnson 948 Heron Ct. Winter Haven, FL 33884 863-324-7035 863-324-4920
Viva Versace Karlar Arabians Larry Bullard 4387 Lucy Way Soquel, CA 95073 831-464-0644 831-475-3235 firstname.lastname@example.org
FGA Santiago Bey Kharousel Farm Betty Radtke 2636 6th Ave Clarkston, WA 99403 509-758-9249 208-305-3099 email@example.com www.kharouselfarm.com
NYN Hisani Linderman Stables & Farms Catherine Linderman 5559 N Yellowstone Hwy Idaho Falls, ID 83401 208-529-4314 208-557-0171 firstname.lastname@example.org www.lindermanfarms.com
Live Oak Arabians Phil Witter 7575 Jeﬀerson Hwy #178 Baton Rouge, LA 70806 225-928-7213 225-923-1983 email@example.com www.liveoakarabians.com
HF Mister Chips Krewe LC Arlington Leslie Lurken 3270 19th Street NW #206 Rochester, MN 55901 507-285-0707 507-280-7773 firstname.lastname@example.org www.magnumchall.com
*Magnum Chall HVP Marquis Arabians Trish or Allyssa Baird 2075 Ross lane Medford, OR 97501 541-601-1737 541-776-0779 email@example.com www.jraazul.com
JRA Azul McDonald Arabians Gary McDonald 6835 E Peak View Rd. Scottsdale, AZ 85262 480-515-5037 480-473-9219 firstname.lastname@example.org www.mcdonaldarabians.com
Adoniis Echclusive Terry & Pauline McLaughlin 16106 E Redbird Drive Scottsdale, AZ 85262 480-471-2285
Thee Masterpiece Michael Byatt Arabians Ltd. Michael Byatt 7716 Redbird Road New Ulm, TX 78950 979-357-2614 979-357-2616 email@example.com www.michaelbyatt.com
*Besson Carol EKS Bey Al Gazal Perignon Shakir el Marwan Midwest Station II David & Terry Anne Boggs 16917 70th St. NE Elk River, MN 55330 763-441-6466 firstname.lastname@example.org www.midwestarabian.com
A Jakarta Cajun Prince HCF Laman HVP Vegas DPA Vitorio TO Vvaliante Midwest Station II Fernando de Santibanes P O Box 10 Rogers, MN 55374 763-441-6466 email@example.com
Magnum Psyche Morning View Arabians John Bauska PO Box 2270 Kalispell, MT 59903 406-257-1085 406-756-8126 firstname.lastname@example.org www.morningviewarabians.com
Laurie Neshem 6013 E Dixileta Cave Creek, AZ 85331 602-540-5160
Monticeto LN North Arabians, LLC Robert & Dixie North 20655 Sutherland Dam Rd. Ramona, CA 92065 760-789-3208 760-789-7979 email@example.com
El Chall WR Ever After NA *Sir Fames HBV Oak Ridge Arabians Don & Janey Morse 1575 W Demeter Drive Freeport, IL 61032 763-441-6466 541-865-7894 www.midwestarabian.com
Fausto CRH Monogramm JD Om El Arab International Sigi Constanti 1900 View Drive Santa Ynez, CA 93460 805-688-6958 360-866-8731 firstname.lastname@example.org www.omelarab.com
Om El Shahmaan Palmetto Arabians Frank & Sara Chisholm 4506 Langston Road Timmonsville, SC 29161 843-601-2005
EVG Gentry Paradise Arabians Gary & Wanda Kenworthy PO Box 861 Dalton, GA 30722 706-397-9950 706-397-9952 email@example.com www.paradisearabians.com
Scapa Park Place Arabians William Bachman 11830 N Sandhill Cr Mequon, WI 53092 262-643-4307 262-643-4307 firstname.lastname@example.org www.parkplacearabians.com
Casanova PPA Parkside Paul Mehew 12912 Garden Bar Raod Grass Valley, CA 95949 530-268-0984
Hukam Maj PCF Arabians Sam Peacemaker PO Box 1590 Tonasket, WA 98855 509-315-8584
PCF Vision Pegasus Arabians Dean Wikel PO Box 2308 Sandusky, OH 44871 419-588-3000 419-588-3140 email@example.com www.pegasusarabians.com
Armani FC D Caprio PA Masquerade PA
Guinness JANUARY 2010 | SSS 27
Scottsdale Signature Stallions for 2010
Pine Crest Arabians Ron & Judy Schmid P O Box 799 Hayward, WI 54843 715-634-2626 715-634-2784 firstname.lastname@example.org
Gemini VII Pomeroy Arabians International Bob Pomeroy PO Box 280 Grande Prairie, AB T8V 3A4 Canada 480-889-4770 780-539-1700 email@example.com www.pomeroyarabians.com
Jiuliusz D Wiec Major Jamaal Psynsational Arabians Suzie Brown 6296 State Route 33 West Wingo, KY 42088 270-376-5652
RA Psyches Patriot R.O. Lervick Arabians Roger Lervick PO Box 699 Stanwood, WA 98292 360-652-0108 360-652-9615 firstname.lastname@example.org www.rolervickarabians.com
Cytosk+++ Out of Cyte Rae-Dawn Arabians Murray & Shirley Popplewell Box 5A, RR 5 Saskatoon, SK 0 306-241-1199 306-374-6790 email@example.com www.rdarabians.com
Bey Ambition Rancho Palmira Glenn Hibbs 203 Ultra Drive Henderson, NV 89074 480-889-4184 480-513-1224 firstname.lastname@example.org www.bparabians.com
Faramond BPA Phalanx BPA Star Ghazal Nancy Risen 40075 Via Caballos Murrieta, CA 92562 951-600-7501 951-600-2617 email@example.com
Khaberet PGA Robinhood Farms, Inc. Robin & Drago Kraguli 1149 Central Ave University Park, IL 60466 708-235-8912 www.shadainc.com
ROL Intencyty Rock Ridge Arabians Darrell, Sandy & Cammie Coker 12355 N 98th St. Scottsdale, AZ 85260 480-451-0525 firstname.lastname@example.org www.psytanium.com
Rojo Arabians John Brown 704 Overlook Trail Port Orange, FL 32127 386-760-7696 386-788-7697 email@example.com www.rojoarabians.com
Stonewall Farm Arabians David Cains & Scott Bailey 28150 N. Alma School Pkwy, Suite 103-616 Scottsdale, AZ 85262 480-471-1715 480-452-1842 firstname.lastname@example.org www.stonewallfarm.com
Varian Arabians Sheila Varian 1275 Corbett Canyon Road Arroyo Grande, CA 93420 805-489-5802 805-489-5977 Info@varianarabians.com www.varianarabians.com
Ajman Moniscione Selket Marque
*Jullyen El Jamaal
Royal Arabians Amanda McGown 1660 N Lindsay Mesa, AZ 85213 480-890-7425 email@example.com Running Horse Ranch Roger & Stephanie McMahon 6000 Warner Canyon Cashmere, WA 98815 509-860-0166 590-782-0954 firstname.lastname@example.org
Eccentric Valentino Scheier Farms Rob Long 6807 E Peak View Road Scottsdale, AZ 85255 602-920-6782 480-419-2541 email@example.com www.scheierfarms.com
SF Veraz Shada Arabians David Zouch-Ross 22630 Sugar Bush Road Elk River, MN 55330 763-441-5849 763-441-3060 www.shadaarabians.com
Marwan Al Magniﬃcoo Shea Stables David and Gail Liniger 1925 Bartlett Road St. Clair, MI 48079 810-329-6392 810-329-4932 firstname.lastname@example.org www.aﬁrebeyv.com
IXL Noble Express Sky Ranch Arabians Lisa Shover 27197 N 90th Street Scottsdale, AZ 85262 602-315-3151 480-563-2432 email@example.com www.sshameless.com
Sshameless Southwest Arabian Farms Veronica & Greg Cowdrey 2155 E Broadway Mesa, AZ 85204 480-962-7205 firstname.lastname@example.org www.southwestarabians.com
Maximuss The Guardian Andrew & Christina Steﬀens 75 Buckingham Drive Holbrook, NY 11741 631-737-1729
Sher Khan AC Stone Ridge Arabians Dan & Maureen Grossman 2550 So. Smith Road Bloomington, IN 47401 812-332-3363
Strawberry Banks Farm Barbara Chur 1181 Quaker Road East Aurora, NY 14052 716-652-9346 716-652-4438
A Temptation Baske Aﬁre Hey Hallelujah Summerﬁeld Farm, Inc. Richard & Tamara Anderson 3088 Flora Rd. Belvidere, IL 61008 815-547-4852 815-547-5216 summerﬁeldarabs@aol.com www.summerﬁeldfarminc.com
Psymadre TF Psymreekhe Wagamon Farms Perry & Diane Wagamon Lino Lakes, MN 55014 651-464-7299 763-416-2141 email@example.com www.wagamonfarms.com
SVS Arabians Jerome & Monique Strack 699 33 3/4 Road Clifton, CO 81520 970-986-8579 firstname.lastname@example.org www.svsarabians.com
Westridge Farms LLC Mark Sylla 526 Rolling Meadows Drive River Falls, WI 54022 715-760-1661 715-426-6189 email@example.com www.westridgefarms.com
Tall Timber Arabians Noel Bosse PO Box 909 Olalla, WA 98359 253-830-4024 firstname.lastname@example.org
Janice McCrea-Wight & Alex Chrys 9622 E Cholla Street Scottsdale, AZ 85260 480-991-7821 email@example.com www.rahere.net
Art Dekko TT
Thirteen Oaks Arabians Ed & Maureen Horton 512 Bowman Creek Road Blountville, TN 37617 423-323-4905 423-323-4905 TOArabians@aol.com www.thirteenoaks.com
Wild Angel Arabians Lavonne & JD Smith 40960 N 28th Street Cave Creek, AZ 85331 623-465-1921 firstname.lastname@example.org
Wil-O-Mar Arabians Ric Summers 16530 Meadowlark Lane Bonner Springs, KS 66012 816-365-3472 913-724-4476 email@example.com
Toskhara Arabians Dick Reed 7429 Grubbs Road Aubrey, TX 76227 940-395-5553 940-365-0235 firstname.lastname@example.org www.toskhara.com
Kordelas Travis Training Center Travis Hansen 480 N. 1100 East American Fork, UT 84003 801-376-3820 801-756-7231 email@example.com www.travistrainingcenterinc.com
La Karat Valley Oak Arabians Manny Vierra 3600 Valley Oak Drive Brentwood, CA 94513 510-325-3974 925-634-7644 firstname.lastname@example.org www.valleyoakarabians.com
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Ventura Farms David Murdock 555 W. Potrero Rd. Thousand Oaks, CA 91360 805-496-0767 805-494-8503 email@example.com www.venturafarms.com
Bey Tallon DKM
Mmonsignor Wilson Training Center Peri Tilghman/Mike Wilson 16151 E Shirley Shores Road Tavares, FL 32778 352-742-7775 firstname.lastname@example.org www.wilsontrainingcenter.com
KM Bugatti Stival TF Royal Shabaz Wunderbar Arabians Ed & Laura Friesen Box 4, RR 3, Site 320 Saskatoon, SK 0 306-220-8157 260-747-4229 email@example.com
Couturier Mariachi WA
(Monogramm x Kabela)
Scottsdale Signature Stallion Nominated Sire
Internationally renown for producing type and athletic ability.
The Toskhara name is your guarantee. Dick & Christine Reed, Owners 7429 Grubbs Road Aubrey, TX 76227 Anthony Champion and Wendye Gardiner, Trainers www.Toskhara.com 940-395-5553 JANUARY 2010 | SSS 29
Ararat x Emigrantka
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A PASSION FOR TALENT ... MULTI-NATIONAL CHAMPION
IXL Noble Express x Sweet Summer Fire 34 SSS | AR ABIAN HORSE TIMES
A PASSION FOR EXCELLENCE ... AN EXCITING YOUNG SIRE
CAMILLA AMES A Noble Cause x Ames Toi Love
NOBLE MAJESTY CRF A Noble Cause x Toi Jabaska
NOBELLA CRB A Noble Cause x Apollonia X
ALISON AMES A Noble Cause x Toi Tiara
NOBLE SUPREME CRF A Noble Cause x Toi Jabaska
AMES DISTINGUISHED A Noble Cause x HV Tinidoll
AHA Breeders Sweepstakes Nominated Sire MN Medallion Stallion Scottsdale Signature Stallion AEPA Sire
The Ames Family JJordan, Minnesota 952-492-6590 Mike Brennan, breeding manager
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on the Leading Sires List of
Canadian Natâ€™l Halter Winners (Arabian Horse World, Nov 2009)