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About the Cover Amateur Spotlight - Susan Swope Amateur Spotlight - Lisa Holt Junior Exhibitor Spotlight - Samantha Swiger American Saddlebred Museum Must-Haves Top Ten List of Tips and Tricks for Show Day By Amanda O’Keefe Murchison Double Exposure Amateur Spotlight - Michelle Springlemeyer Ribbon To Ribbon By Lang Gibson Cooking for a crowd... And for you. By Rachel A. Seifert Amateur Spotlight - Jim & Kay Harrell Famesgate Stables: Katy Sterba By Deveau Zubrod Kreitzer Junior Exhibitor Spotlight - Nissa Sultan Southern Saddlebred Hires Judge from South Africa ASF 2019: The Way to Go By Sandra Harding The South African Saddlebred National Championships 2019 A Star is Born By Cobus Ackermann Richard Cicero Jr.: Back in the buggy. By Deveau Zubrod Kreitzer Meet Cailin Lee Bridges U.S. Saddle Seat Young Riders Team Sweeps Gold By US Equestrian Communications Department Junior Exhibitor Spotlight - Olivia Horan Amateur Spotlight - Zoe Schaffel

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UNDULATA’S NUTCRACKER VICTORIA’S ANGEL

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MARC OF CHARM (WGC) MAN WHAT A DREAM (BHF)

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Asheville 2019, On Higher Ground, Ladies Amateur Champion and Grand Champion. Photo by Brenda Pulis.

AMATEUR SPOTLIGHT

SUSAN SWOPE Where were you born and raised? I was born in Elizabethtown, Kentucky… where I was first introduced to horses at around 18-months-old. My father told me there was no possible way I could remember anything from that age. I’m a bit of a freak… as I remember quite a lot from that age, and very clearly my neighbor’s harness pony. It has a lasting effect. They used to drive it around the neighborhood. It was love at first sight. At two-years-old, we moved to Louisville, where my father expanded his business. I remember THAT too. Another story. Where did you go to school? I graduated from Walden School in Louisville. I was a member of the first graduating class in 1977.. a school that continues to thrive and provide a wonderful education K-12. I then experienced the best four years of my life, graduating from Stephens College in Columbia Missouri in 1981. What was your first exposure to horses? See the above! After that, I took my first riding lesson from Helen McGreevy in Louisville, Kentucky, as many of us in my generation of that area did. Rock Creek, Ed Teater, Charlie Smith and Don Judd provided my most formative years. A little bit of history – when you were married, your children, etc. I married at 24 and had three beautiful children. Gavin, who would have been 32 now. Tragically, I lost him in 2010, at Age 23. I have my wonderful twins,Travis and Julia Winkler, Ages 29,

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born in 1990. Julia her husband, Lance Hutchison, have blessed me with two wonderful grandchildren, Arlo (2) and Elia (1). Please tell us a bit about your family. I was raised in a family of extremely driven entrepeneurs. My father, Sam Swope, had one of the largest auto dealerships in the country with 22 lines. My sister, Patti, ran that company for many years. My brother Brad, and his wife, Ann, have a very successful interior design company, established in 1985. My uncle, and his sons, daughter, in-laws also have very successful dealerships in Elizabethtown and Lexington, Kentucky. What are some of the favorite horses/ponies you have shown? I loved my Friesian, Onne. We had some wonderful years together and won just about everything that could be won with a Friesian. My favorite Saddlebreds of the near past were Miss Can’t Be Wrong. I showed her her junior year to some fun successes. Followed soon after was Talk Is Money. I don’t think he and I ever finished lower than third, and had a lot of nice wins. And last but not least, Stanley Steamer, my roadster under saddle who too, me to three consecutive world’s championships in Amateur Roadster Under Saddle. What horse(s)/ponies do you currently show and in what divisions? Right now, amongst others, I’m enjoying On Higher Ground in the Ladies Amateur Three-Gaited, Texas Pete in the Ladies Amateur Five-Gaited, Street Legal GRS in the roadsterunder-saddle division. There is also Genesis, roadster-to-bike,


Penny Lane, Rock Creek, 1973.

September 2018, riding in the South of France with Kim, Peter, and Camille Cowart.

Greyridge Wildcat in the park division, Heartland Seriously, roadster pony, State of Nirvana, a 3-year-old Five-Gaited stallion, and my latest acquisition, I’m On Fire, a 3-year-old fine harness gelding. What has been your most memorable show ring moment thus far? Without a doubt, winning the open roadster-to-saddle, followed by the roadster-to-saddle world’s championship with Street Legal GRS in 2017. The horse has a work ethic like none other. We had only had two rides together before we embarked upon Louisville together that year. What has been your biggest challenge to overcome? I transition between different disciplines. I’ve done it most of my equestrian years. It does make things a LITTLE bit complicated sometimes, but I like the challenge. It’s made me a well-rounded horsewoman and I have an appreciation and understanding of a lot of different kinds of horsemanship. What are your horsemanship goals? Ha! At this point in my life, to keep on movin’ on! As any lifelong horseman/woman knows.. these amazing and beautiful beasts take a toll on the body, yet, at the same time, they keep the mind very, very sharp! I just want to be “hands on” as long as I am able. And when I can no longer? I want to be in the crowd cheering on babies that perhaps I’ve bred and the people and trainers that I love.

Street Legal, GRS. Champion and World’s Grand Champion of Champions, Open Roadster Under Saddle.

How has showing horses shaped your life and made you who you are today? Oh my gosh yes. It’s always been what’s driven and defined me… from the time I was a very young child. I wasn’t born into a “horsie” family. And yet, the DNA is there. I do believe it is an inborn thing. Of the places to which you have traveled, which is your favorite? I have a beloved background in endurance racing, which gave me an incredible appreciation for riding in the great outdoors. No matter what your horsemanship background, there is no better way to see the world than on the back of a horse. It’s incomparable. I’ve traveled the world on horseback and it’s been amazing. My favorite? Of all the places I have ridden, without a doubt, it is Kenya, Africa. I did a safari on the Masai Mara in 2013. This September, I will repeat that trip with my trainers and dear friends, Camille, Peter, and Kim Cowart of West Wind Stables, along with my sister, Patti Swope, and my son, Travis Winkler. What is one place you would love to go? New Zealand and Australia are still on my bucket list. Just trying to decide what mode of transportation I’d like to use… horse, motorcycle or Greyhound tour bus! What are your hobbies? I dabble in photography and have always enjoyed that. I LOVE boating and during the winter months spend time aboard

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Texas Pete, Asheville Ladies Amateur Grand Champion. Photo by Brenda Pulis.

Hope Town, Bahamas, May 2019 with Lexie the Jack Russell Terrior, named for her acquisition during Lexington Junior League, 2018.

QUICK FACTS Favorite Food: Cheese. Any cheese. And wine (it’s made from grapes… I think that counts as “food”). Favorite band/music/singer: I have a VERY eclectic taste in music. I’d fill a page or two with that answer. Favorite Movie: Out of Africa. Now a classic. One thing you couldn’t live without: Fresh air and sunshine. One thing you wish didn’t exist (or you could “take it or leave it”): What do I wish didn’t exist? Prejudice and an intolerant attitude. Favorite Horse Show and why: Hands down.. Rock Creek in Louisville. I grew up in that city and my formative horse years were at Rock Creek. Favorite destination: Blue waters and sunshine (despite the fact that my Irish skin protests both). What’s one thing no one knows about you? Or something people would be surprised to find out about you? I’m an extroverted introvert. While I love my people dearly and I love a good gathering, I need my down time. My solitude. I need to recharge, per se. One word to sum up “You.” Redhead.

My bestie, Mallory Lewis of Lamb Chop fame!

my boat, appropriately named, I think, Equiessence. And then there’s the trail riding.

Civil War officers. It’s so beautiful here, and the trails are challenging, but breathtaking.

What do you do in your free time for fun? If I’ve got free time, I try to do something I enjoy. I like to read, and these days, a lot of that time is spent with my trail riding buddies, Ducati and Gatsby.

What was the name of your first horse/pony? “Sport.” He was about a 1000-years-old when my father traded a car for him. My first show horse was Penny Lane. Ditto the car trade. Dad traded a car for the mare. I laugh because Charlie joked for the next four and half decades that my dad got the better end of that deal.

What’s a “typical day” for you from start to finish? Tending animals. Pets and horses. If I’m not personally feeding or cleaning up after something, I’m paying a bill for someone else to make “magic” to happen for my animals. I wouldn’t have it any other way. How frequently do you spend time at the barn? I try to get to West Wind Stables at least once a month to work with my show string with Camille, Peter and Kim Cowart. That’s ALWAYS a fun day. The crew there is just indescribably amazing. Most days, I’m spending lots of time on the trail with at my home at Balsam Mountain Preserve, Sylva, North Carolina with equestrian program manager, Lila Kilby, and my beloved Saddlebreds, Ducati and Gatsby. We ride on these stunning mountain trails. I have the prettiest trail horses in the world. My goodness! How could I not? They are American Saddlebreds, and they are bold, beautiful, driven and smart. Lila, a recent Clemson Veterinary Science graduate and is so enjoying her introduction to the American Saddlebred. When we ride this area, it reminds me of what the Saddlebred ancestors accomplished as the mounts of

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Do you remember, your first horse show experience? Please share! I do! It would have been Rock Creek in maybe 1970. In those days the show was called the Rock Creek-Kentucky Home School Horse Show. I was eleven and I showed Sport in the open pleasure class for Kentucky Home School girls. By this time, Sport was 1001-years-old. I had no idea what to expect, but Sport did his thing and we brought home a pretty, green ribbon. What advice would you offer to others starting out on the “horse show adventure?” Keep a sense of humor, keep on practicing and do your best. Sometimes it’s a rollercoaster-ride, but in the course of that, prepare for the adventure of a lifetime. When the bug hits you, it never leaves. And for children? It’s one of the best sports around. There’s responsibility for another living being that creates maturity and sensitivity in a child that is incomparable to other sports.


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Lisa and WCC CH My Royale Prince take the tri-color at Rock Creek 2019

AMATEUR PROFILE

LISA HOLT Where were you born and raised? I was raised in Austin Texas. Where did you go to school? I attended The University of Texas with a degree in Interior Design with a minor in Architecture.

How (and when) did you meet your significant other? I am married to my best friend and biggest cheerleader, Ben Holt, and we have two wonderful adult sons, Benjamin and Harrison.

What are some of the favorite horses/ponies you have shown? With Rob Wilson, I had many wonderful horses, Endolane What was your first exposure to horses? Admiral being my first gaited horse. Rene Biggins has been I was raised around horses at my Grandparents farms. one of my greatest teachers and I eventually moved to Riding was part of my life, working cows and exploring the Biggins Stable. With John Biggins, I had the amazing Shame countryside. My first horse was Lady, a strawberry roan. on You and Nuttin’ to Lose. I am currently with the amazing We jumped, swam, and hung out with fellow horse-crazy team of Steve & Tiffany Wheeler at Autumn Hills Farm and friends. Merrill Murray from Merlin Farms. How did you get involved with Saddlebreds/Hackneys in particular? I wasn’t introduced to saddle seat until I was forty when a fundraiser for riding lessons at Blanco County courthouse was purchased for our sons. That led me to Pat Ryan’s ranch and her beautiful Morgan horses. David Hadley was her trainer and my sons were not interested but I certainly was. A move to Kentucky from Texas led me to Rob Wilson and the introduction to the Saddlebred Horse!

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What horse(s)/ponies do you currently show and in what divisions? My current show horses are I’m A Blues Man who has been my greatest teacher & My Royale Prince who gave me the thrill of my first World’s Championship. As well as The Hathaway Man. What has been your most memorable show ring moment thus far? Winning Louisville and winning the nationals on both horses (I’m A Blues Man & My Royal Prince) has been a thrill. There


The Cattle of Holt Oaks Farms

Ben Holt and the Canine Companions keep everything running smoothly at Holt Oaks

Lisa and RWC I’m A Blues Man make a victory pass at Rock Creek 2019

Fishing is a favorite pastime

have been so many horses and people that have made this so special, fun and have taught me so much! How has showing horses shaped your life and made you who you are today? Determination, humility, patience, joy, commitment, sacrifice, humor and love! Those have been my greatest lessons from my Equine friends 2 and 4 legged. What do you do in your free time for fun? At home we all love the outdoor life! We have two Ranches where we raise Brangus cattle. Farm, and participate in Conservation and land management practices. We love to hunt, fish, hike and just observe the beauty of God’s natural world. What advice would you offer to others starting out on the “horse show adventure?” My advice to anybody coming into the horse show world would be find a great riding instructor and trainer that share your values and bring you along thoughtfully! Don’t be over-mounted, take your time and learn from each horse as you progress up the level of competition.

QUICK FACTS Favorite Food: Mexican and Tex/Mex Favorite band/music/singer: Austin country. Willie Waylon, Jerry Jeff , Emilou Favorite Movie: Gone With the Wind One thing you couldn’t live without: Family and my crazy bull terrier, Bear One thing you wish didn’t exist (or you could “take it or leave it”): Hatred and anger in our world Favorite Horse Show and why: Rock Creek. It’s just wonderful and David Mount and all have done a great job reviving the show. Favorite destination: A hammock in the Texas Hill Country at Holt Oaks Ranch What’s one thing no one knows about you? Or something people would be surprised to find out about you? I think I talk too much. There is no unknown! Lol One word to sum up “You.” Hmmmm.

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JUNIOR EXHIBITOR PROFILE

SAMANTHA SWIGER How old are you? I turn 15 on July 21 Where do you go to school/what year are you in school? I am going into 9th grade at Charleston Catholic High School. What would you like to be when you grow up? I’m not quite sure what I want to do when I grow up. I have changed my mind several times over the years, but always want to be involved with horses.

How often do you ride? I try to ride 3 times a week at home, and get to Milestone as often as I can. What is a typical practice session like for you? During a lesson, I usually do exercises, pattern work, and no stirrups. It really depends on what I am trying to work on at that point. What are some of your favorite horses you have shown? Some of my favorite horses I have shown are Ultimate Spitfire, Nuttin But the Best, Miss Mheiry Mac, Supreme Spotlight, and Ch Man of Hour Dreams.

Name your family/Siblings/pets: My parents are Brian and Debbie Swiger. I have 4 dogs, BoBo, Moose, Jewel and Bolt. At my farm, I have my first pony ever, What horse(s) do you currently show and in what divisions? Butterscotch. I currently show WCC CH Ultimate Spitfire in the five-gaited pony division and Nuttin’ But the Best in 17 and under Equitation. When did you first start riding? How did you get involved with horses? The first barn at which I rode was Honeywood Farms in What has been your most memorable riding moment thus far? Charleston, WV . I started there because my Dad got me a My most memorable riding moment so far was winning my first pony (Butterscotch) for my 5th birthday. blue ribbon on Ultimate Spitfire at the Worlds Championship Horse Show. Where do you ride? Have you always ridden there? I have ridden at Milestone Stables since my 11 year old year. What has been your biggest challenge to overcome? Luckily, I am able to practice in Charleston at Fiesta Farm and It was so hard when I have had to move barns in the past. I have Coventry Woods. made so many good friends through the years. How long have you been showing? I started showing lead line when I was 6 years old.

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Getting a leg up at Paradise Ranch in Wyoming

Sam’s first pony Butterscotch at the farm Fishing at St. John

Hanging with the girls at Milestone

rest of this show season are to place in the Good Hands finals and continue having a good year on Buddy (Ultimate Spitfire). How has riding American Saddlebreds shaped your life and made you who you are today? It has made me a lot stronger and tougher person. I have learned how hard you need to work to accomplish goals in life, and It has been amazing meeting so many new people throughout my career. Of the places to which you have traveled, which is your favorite? My favorite is definitely St.Thomas and Hilton Head. What is one place you would love to go? I have always wanted to travel to Canada. What is your trainer’s favorite phrase or words of advice? Some words of advice I usually get from Todd and Macey Miles is to keep riding hard and pay attention.They are both amazing people for whom I am so thankful. Meliska Uys is always there for me and I get great help at home from Stephanie Lilly and Lisa Lawrence.

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Surrounded by great friends after first blue at WCHS

Do you have any nicknames? I have had the nickname Sam Sam for as long as I can remember. What is your favorite food? I like a lot of different foods, but I really like seafood and a good steak What is your favorite music, singer or band? I enjoy a lot of older music from the 80s. What is your favorite movie? Some of my favorite movies are the Rocky movies, The Client, and The Parent Trap. What’s one thing you couldn’t live without? I definitely couldn’t live without my family and friends. I also couldn’t live without Buddy (Ultimate Spitfire). What’s one thing you wish you didn’t exist (or something you could live without)? I could live without hours of homework.

What are your hobbies? Well I really enjoy playing tennis and have started running for cross country.

What’s something no one knows about you? I don’t think anybody knows that I loved to bake, and would always pretend I was on the kids baking championship.

What do you do in your free time for fun? During the summer, I really enjoy going to the pool, fishing at my farm and, going on trail rides

Use one word to sum up “You.” I’m not really sure about this one, but a lot of people say I smile a lot so I would say “happy.”

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e know that nerves leading up to the show day can be a concern for everyone from seasoned professionals to the first-time exhibitor. So, we asked Amanda O’Keefe Murchison to let us in on some of her tried and true Tips and Tricks for Show Day. We asked her because Amanda has shown horses her whole life. During her childhood, she showed a Shetland pony, an Appaloosa, and a Morgan, and began showing Saddlebreds when she was ten years old. She was the 1993 13-Year Old Equitation World’s Champion with CH SS Sweet Revenge, and won two Reserve World’s Championship titles as an amateur in Ladies and Ladies Amateur Five-Gaited with CH Like an Admiral (2000). She won World’s Championship titles in Adult Three-Gaited Show Pleasure with CH Bonnie Buck (2004) and CH Stocco (2013). In 2015, 2016, and 2017, she and CH Spread the Word won World’s Championship titles in Adult Three-Gaited Show Pleasure, and in 2016 and 2017 were the World’s Champion of Champions. They were also the National Champions in 2015, 2016, and 2017. She currently owns and loves One Rare Moment, and is working to finish her doctorate in Educational Leadership. She rides with David and Kristen Cater at Cater Stables in Dunbarton, New Hampshire. Here is what she had to say: You have prepared. You have ridden your horse at home, practiced on lesson horses, and discussed strategy with your trainers. Now, it’s time to shine.

Amanda and WCC CH Spread the Word winning at Louisville in 2017. Photo by Howard Scgatzberg.

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But, what if you’re nervous? What if your husband loses the golf cart key in Louisville ten minutes before you’re supposed to leave the hotel to go get ready to show in your class (thanks, Big Ger)? What if you have run out of hair nets or hair spray or some other essential and had no idea until you need those things and are now freaking out because you don’t have them? What if your mind goes to that horribly dark place and you hear the voice that says, “you’re not good enough,” and you listen?


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When your alarm goes off the day you are showing, be thankful that you get to show. Take a deep breath or two before you even get out of bed, and remember how much you love these horses. I guarantee your love is not tied to a class or a ribbon. It’s tied to the moment you lost your heart to horses. Take another deep breath or two.

Listen to music that pumps you up. Playlists are wonderful things. I listen to mine in the hotel room as I’m getting ready to show. Big Ger has heard the same song on repeat, sometimes for an hour (payback for the golf cart key).

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I watched a gymnast at the Olympics say to herself, “you got this.” She then hopped onto the balance beam and absolutely killed it. Remind yourself “you got this,” especially when you think you don’t.

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Work out. Whatever the word “work out” means to you, do it. Getting your heart rate up will release endorphins and will help you get into the right head space.

Get ready where you have space, time, and quiet. Getting dressed at the show is definitely not for me. If it works for you, go for it. However, I need space to spread out and to sing and to dance to my music if I choose to.

A wise professor, Dr. Russ Quaglia, once told my doctoral class that “fear is enthusiasm in need of an attitude adjustment.” Remember that, too.

Visualize. Visualize your class from the perspective of your horse’s back. Remember where your transitions should be, for example, and practice them in your head. Run the class through. Picture other horses and where they may be. Envision a ride that is the result of all the practicing you have done, and all the hard work that you have dedicated to this sport.

If you’re nervous, close your eyes and feel your feet pressing into the ground. Close your eyes and listen to the sounds around you. Identify them. Take a deep breath. I thought this was ridiculous until I tried it. Shockingly, it works.

Find what works for you and do it. Try the tricks I’ve mentioned, but try others you’ve heard as well. Make your own top ten list for pre-show times, and go through it each time you show.

Enjoy being on your horse’s back. My favorite moment of showing is going through the gate and seeing the ring with my horse’s neck and ears in front of me. Take in that moment, knowing how incredibly lucky you are to be able to do this with a creature as amazing, as incredible, as a horse.

Amanda OKeefe Murchison and her husband in 2018 presenting the Donna OKeefe Memorial Trophy This trophy is given at Louisville each year in memory of her late mother Donna who was an accomplished horse woman in her own right.

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AMATEUR SPOTLIGHT

MICHELLE SPRENGELMEYER Where were you born and raised? East Dubuque, IL, a small town in northwest Illinois on the Mississippi River.

Jones was a kind horse that taught me a lot and was the source of great fun. He was equally good natured at home in the stable, at the horse show, or riding out on the trail.

Where did you go to school? I attended high school in Dubuque, IA; college at Mundelein College in Chicago, IL; and medical school at George Washington University in Washington, DC

How (and when) did you meet your significant other? My husband, Joel Wright and I met on eHarmony. We were married in 2008. I have two step-daughters Emma (24) and Olivia (23).

What was your first exposure to horses? My first exposure to horses was through our neighbors across the road when I was growing up. They had two horses in their pasture and I was over there all the time petting them, feeding them treats, and I was even known to hop on them bareback at times.

Please tell us a bit about your family. My two biggest cheerleaders are my husband, Joel, and my mom, Mary Beth Sprengelmeyer. My husband, Joel, is an engineer and CEO of a company that manufactures traffic signals.

How did you get involved with Saddlebreds in particular? I think my parents recognized my affinity for horses and thought it best if I learned how to ride properly and safely. I think they bought a package of four riding lessons at the local stable in Dubuque, IA and the rest is history. My first lesson was a western lesson on a quarter horse named Lightning. I saw some of the other kids in the class riding saddle seat on Saddlebreds and quickly decided that that is what I really wanted to do. My first horse was a Saddlebred named Mr. Jones. I have fond memories of showing him and my POA pony at the local one day shows near my home town. Mr.

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What are some of the favorite horses/ponies you have shown? My favorite horse is my current horse CH Fox Grape’s Dandy Lion. He is Mister Personality and makes me laugh and smile. What horse(s)/ponies do you currently show and in what divisions? I currently show Dandy Lion in show pleasure. My other horse is Chicago White Sox (Louie). He stays at home in Iowa with me and he keeps me in shape between horse shows and in the off season. What has been your most memorable show ring moment thus far? It is difficult to pick just one memorable moment. The first


CH Fox Grape’s Dandy Lion

two years I showed at Louisville I was reserve world champion 17 & under show pleasure with my horse CH Capricorn’s Spirit. Dandy Lion winning the WCC Junior Park Pleasure Championship with our trainer, Smith Lilly, was a thrill. Most recently winning the 36 & over show Pleasure class at Lexington was exciting, and winning it unanimously was like the icing on the cake. Being top five in the AHSA medal finals (now USEF) was a highlight from my equitation career. There are others I can think of from my old equitation days but these are the top three. What has been your biggest challenge to overcome? Currently my biggest challenge is to find time for practice. It is difficult when also working full time. Trying to squeeze in time to practice at home and time to travel to WV to practice is a challenge. What are your horsemanship goals? My horsemanship goals are pretty straight forward. I want to show my horse to the best of its ability and I want to have fun! How has showing horses shaped your life and made you who you are today? I think showing horse has influenced me in several ways. It has reinforced my respect for all animals. It has taught me the importance of caring for animals. At a young age,

it taught me the importance of hard work, responsibility, dedication, and perseverance. And it has introduced me to so many people and taken me to so many parts of the country. Of the places to which you have traveled, which is your favorite? It is hard to pick just one favorite place I’ve been. I’ve had the good fortune to have had three “trips of a lifetime” in my life thus far. I have been on a Safari to Kenya and Tanzania which was magnificent for the wildlife. I have been to Finland and Russia, which was fascinating in that Russia is such an enigmatic country to those of us living in the US, and I have been to BoraBora which was wonderful from a sheer beauty and relaxation standpoint. What is one place you would love to go? Again, It is difficult to say just one place I would like to go. I would like to see Machu Picchu and the Galapagos. I would like to see the Holy Land and the great pyramids of Egypt. And I would love to see tigers in their natural habitat in India. What are your hobbies? My hobbies, other than horses, are travel and scuba diving What do you do in your free time for fun? Free time? What’s that?

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Michelle and her husband, Joel

Michelle’s dog, Waggy

What’s a “typical day” for you from start to finish? My typical day is very uneventful. I get up in the morning and take the dog for a walk before work. I go to the office for the work day. I work at a medical clinic in the small, rural town of Tipton, IA. After we get home from our jobs, my husband and I have dinner and walk the dog. That’s about it. Nothing exciting. Very uneventful. How frequently do you spend time at the barn? I ride my “ home horse” Louie twice a week. I like to go to the stable early in the morning when it is quiet and cool. What was the name of your first horse/pony? My first equine was a POA pony named Sugar. I showed her hunt seat before getting my first Saddlebred horse, Mr. Jones. Do you remember, your first horse show experience? The first time I went into the show ring was an in hand class with my pony Sugar. We showed in Pony Halter and got first place! It was a good omen for the rest of my showing career! What advice would you offer to others starting out on the “horse show adventure?” The advice I would give to someone starting out in the horse show world is to find an instructor who you are confident will provide you with good fundamentals. Without sound and proper fundamentals, it is hard to progress and build to success.

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QUICK FACTS Favorite Food: Mashed potatoes Favorite band/music/singer: Rod Stewart (I’m old.) Favorite Movie: Out of Africa One thing you couldn’t live without: My dog One thing you wish didn’t exist (or you could “take it or leave it”): Plastic in the ocean Favorite Horse Show and why: Blowing Rock - beautiful setting, great hospitality, fun town Favorite destination: Jackson Hole, WY What’s one thing no one knows about you? I am afraid of toads. One word to sum up “You.” Faithful


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COOKING FOR A CROWD

... AND FOR YOU

Imagine that you’ve been assigned the task of feeding every single horse at the Kentucky State Fair World’s Championship Horse Show. You have to select and buy the oats, corn, pellets, supplements, and hay -- fresh each day, hire the staff to mix the feed and deliver it to every horse at the same time, and make sure the water buckets are filled and refilled throughout the day and night. Now, multiply that by a hundred and you’re approaching the herculean job performed each day during Derby Week at Churchill Downs by Executive Chef David Danielson. The classically trained French chef has been the executive chef of Churchill Downs since the September 2013 race meet and was executive sous chef for the two previous years. If you’ve sat in premium seating at Churchill Downs in recent years, you’ve seen the changes in the menu – more locally sourced and fresher ingredients and sauces, dressings, dips, and desserts, all of which are identifiably Kentuckian.

Mini bourbon barrel ice press.

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hef Danielson’s approach to food is like a like a horse trainer’s approach to a good horse – “I can make it better” If what’s been done isn’t good enough – come up with another plan. When Chef wasn’t satisfied with the quality of the fresh greens available at Derby time, he partnered with Aqua-Fresh Farms in Mount Washington, Kentucky to grow and deliver the thousands of heads of fresh lettuce (hydroponically gown) that he needed each day. The temperature variation of cooked foods being delivered to the dozens of serving areas stretching the length of the track from the fourth turn to the first wasn’t up to his high standards? Work with a local technology company to develop superior holding equipment – problem solved! Involving local businesses in provisioning for Churchill Downs doesn’t extend only to food products and equipment, Chef Danielson has also enlisted the student body of a local cooking school to prepare the specialty pastries for Derby Week.

KENTUCKY DERBY AND KENTUCKY OAKS BY THE NUMBERS: Total Number of Patrons – 250,000+ N.Y. Strip Steak – 7,500 lbs. per day Turkey Breast – 7,000 lbs. per day Potatoes – 5,000 lbs. per day Little Gem Lettuce – 5,500 heads per day Mint Juleps – 125,000 per day Bourbon – 7,000 liters (Derby Week) Food and Beverage Employees – 4,000 Cooks, Carvers, Salad makers, etc. – 1,000

In addition to providing the entire premium food service for race meets (as well as overseeing the grandstand and infield concession vendors), private events and catering keep the Churchill Downs’ kitchens open year around. Because the race meet doesn’t start until September, fairgoers won’t be able to experience the dining experience at Churchill Downs, but no worries, another, more intimate dining experience awaits. A mere 30-minute drive east of Churchill Downs and the Kentucky State Fairgrounds is Simpsonville, Kentucky – the self-proclaimed “Saddlebred Capital of the World” and home of Chef Danielson’s very own Old Stone Inn and Tavern. Saddlebred devotees have been patrons of “OSI” for decades, whether it was family dinners in the many dining rooms, horse trainers popping in for a drink or two at the bar, or out of town visitors lunching after a morning of horse shopping. This time a year ago, the restaurant was closed, to the disappointment of the community and patrons alike, but never fear – Chef Danielson to the rescue! (Pun intended, but the sometimes celebrity chef, cookbook author, and cooking show judge should give the author a little leeway.) He’d had his eye on the restaurant for a number of years and, even with all his responsibilities at Churchill Downs, was looking for a place where he could get back to the kitchen on a daily basis and do what he loves most. Invent, cook, taste, serve, re-invent; repeat.

A fully stocked bar awaits tavern patrons.

“CHEF” LINGO - TRANSLATED: Executive Chef – Head Trainer/Owner Chef de Cuisine – Head Assistant Trainer/Manager Sous Chefs – Assistant Trainers Chef de Partie – Riding Instructors, Blacksmiths, Veterinarians Cooks – Caretakers

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Contemporary Southern Cuisine f you tried to define “contemporary Southern cuisine,” you might come up with “a modern-day style of cooking ingredients and dishes usually associated with the American South.” Okay; hmm. If that makes you think of a plate of country ham or fried chicken, a mountain of mashed potatoes swimming in butter, with sides of fried okra and stewed apples, you might need to head to another well-known Shelby County restaurant a few miles down the road. So, what does it mean? At The Old Stone Inn & Tavern, first and foremost, it means fresh, seasonal vegetables, fruits, and herbs. Fresh as in, that day – brought to the kitchen by the local farmer who grew it. “Local” is also the key word for the sourcing of other ingredients, such as honey, cheeses, meats, nuts, and even wines. “Kentucky wines lean a little toward the sweet side,” acknowledged Chef in a recent interview, “so we incorporate them into our sauces, dressings, and even desserts.” If you mention the current “farm to table” trend, you’ll get a shrug from Chef. “It’s not really a thing to me, because as a cook trained in France, that’s how it’s always been – farmers and bakers and butchers and fishermen bringing their fresh foods to the back door of the kitchen every day.” The second thing to expect is that the cooking method is more up-to date – quicker cooking techniques and less reliance on salt and fat for flavoring. “The real difference, though, is in the updating of the ingredient combinations,” said Chef. “The [American] South has many new food cultures today and we bring that into the cooking. Yes, you can enjoy a Caesar Salad, but why not eat our salad of bourbon apples, cheddar pecans, fresh local lettuce, with a spicy pecan vinaigrette?” The constant invention of new combinations of traditional southern fare into completely new dishes is the hallmark of the restaurant’s ever-changing menu. Chef Danielson brings his own ideas, but also encourages the entire kitchen staff to offer their own creations. “One day I might say, ‘let’s make some new salad dressings,’ and everyone will get to work mixing whatever sounds good, fun, and interesting. We all taste each other’s preparations and offer suggestions on additions and what kinds of ingredients the dressings would go with. It’s really fun to have the whole kitchen involved in the process!” The evolution of a dish doesn’t involve just ingredients and flavorings, but also changes in the physical properties of the food, bordering on the science known as “molecular gastronomy.” A great example is the “compressed” watermelon in a popular seasonal salad. Altering the physical properties of cubes of watermelon concentrates the flavor and makes them more dense; the resulting product works better in the dish and keeps the delicate topping of ultra-creamy burrata mozzarella from becoming “cream of watermelon soup.” Even the ice cubes in on-the-rocks cocktails have benefited from innovation – the mini bourbon barrel

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Executive Chef David Danielson and Chef de Cuisine Jeremiah Brown.

Spacious, comfortable dining areas.

that sits atop the bar in the “tavern” (with its own menu, mind you) portion of the restaurant was the brainchild of Chef. It heats, then “presses” the ice into a large, perfectly square, clear cube of ice. The light and popular Kentucky Blackberry Wine Aspic dessert (don’t be afraid, this is not your auntie’s Thanksgiving aspic) got a further upgrade by using custom made silicone injection molds – defying the question: where’s the aspic? One of the most popular dishes on the menu, Braised Pork Spare Ribs, with buttermilk-jalapeño dressing, is the culmination of all that Chef puts into his cooking. “This idea actually started from a Chinese dish I first ate in Beijing, and then again at Tony Hu’s restaurant in Chicago – shrimp dusted in rice flour, quick fried, then tossed in orange water-infused mayonnaise. Okay, that’s not Southern, but I started thinking about what I could cook that had a crispy exterior and would be balanced with a flavored emulsion dressing. It works – it really does; people love it.” Ribs and buttermilk – you can’t get much more Southern than that.


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urely a chef of such talent for innovation eats regular food sometime. Maybe meatloaf and Kraft macaroni and cheese or some other guilty pleasure? The actual answer to that question was a very firm declaration: Chicago Italian Beef Sandwiches. All visitors to Chicago must return with the goods.

Chef Danielson is married with two teenage children, and lives in Crestwood, Kentucky. Breakfast at home is its own culinary adventure, especially if the kids have friends for sleepovers. How about some Nutella crepes with fresh strawberries? Belgian Waffles? Homemade [Krispy Kreme] donuts? Yummy!! The family enjoys beach vacations in the Caribbean. When asked about kinds of restaurants he enjoys while on vacation, he replied “small, cool, stuff, like tapas. Things that are creative or with new flavors. Food that is fun!” Just listening to his enthusiasm for new food ideas makes you want to know when his next vacation is, so you can plan an OSI visit after the incubation period for those new inspirations.

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MENU SUGGESTION: Bourbon On-The Rocks Choice of Premium Brands Frondosa Farm Mushroom Fries Bourbon Barrel Ponzu Sauce Compressed Watermelon Salad Burrata Mozzarella, Mint, Heirloom Tomato Braised Pork Spare Ribs Buttermilk-Jalapeño Dressing Kentucky Blackberry Wine Aspic Strawberries, Local Honey, Toasted Almonds, Whip Topping

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t first glance, not much has changed about the building under it’s new ownership, whose history dates back to the late 1700s.The front doors still say “push” to enter, although about 9 out of 10 patrons “pull” as they do with every other public space door in the United States. The tavern/bar is in a renovated space in the rear righthand side of the building (a change made by the most recent previous owner). The horse-trainer set initially bemoaned the relocation of the bar from the front entrance to the new location (but perhaps it was the loss of illicit smoking privileges that they really missed). The old bar area is now a “garden bar,” where racks of the still-growing heads of lettuce from Aqua-Fresh Farms, bowls of fresh vegetables, bouquets of herbs, and jars of seasonings await the assembly of your made-to-order salad. Patrons can choose from a variety of seating areas with comfortable, well-spaced tables and chairs. The tavern seating is at the bar or at high-top tables. On the walls are photos of many of the famous Saddlebreds and Hackney Ponies who hailed from Simpsonville, as well as other horse-themed art. The patio has been covered and is available for events (100 people), as is the upstairs of the restaurant (40 people). The restrooms are more

functional and a family restroom has been added. The real differences are in the food, quality, and service, which Chef says,“are really in line with what the community needs and wants.” When you visit, you’ll be greeted in a friendly manner. The service will be prompt and very professional, and the food will delight your senses. And Chef (or Chef de Cuisine Jeramiah Brown) will very likely visit your table and ask about your food – and he really wants to know, so the next time you come back, it will be the best he can make it. It’s the sort of thing that happens in this community – the community Chef Danielson is very much a part of and wants you to feel welcome in too. Story and photos by Rachel A. Seifert

Hours of Operation: Lunch: Tuesday – Friday 11am to 2pm Dinner: Tuesday – Saturday 5pm to 10pm Brunch: Sunday 11:30am-2:30pm Closed Monday Reservations: (502) 722-8200 www.oldstoneinntavern.com Old Stone Inn & Tavern 6905 Shelbyville Rd. Simpsonville, KY 40067

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2018 ASHAG Hall of Fame Award

AMATEUR SPOTLIGHT

KAYAND JIM HARRELL Where were you born and raised? Jim: I was born in southwest Georgia, but spent most of my childhood on St. Simons Island Georgia, where we live now.

road from a Shetland pony farm near Albany, GA, but I did not begin actively riding until we moved to St. Simons Island when I was 11.

Kay: I was born in Wilmette, Illinois, a northern suburb of Chicago .

Kay: I started riding ponies at a local “pony ride” facility when I was 5. Then I started formal riding lessons when I was 7 at Elmer Holdorf Stables in Morton Grove, Ill. and they taught only saddle seat riding. Then my father bought me my first horse, a Saddlebred/Morgan cross named “Snippy” when I was 11. (Unfortunately, 2 days after my father bought Snippy, my father died of a sudden heart attack at the age of 52.)

Where did you go to school? Jim: I attended the University of Georgia, initially intending to be a veterinarian, but I changed major in my sophomore year and have a BA and all but writing a thesis on a master’s degree in French Literature. (All the while, though, I continued to be hooked on horses and, at age 27, I decided I wanted to leave academia and become a horse trainer). So, in 1972 I went to work for Carol Greenwell at Green Oaks Farm and moved through a succession of assistant trainer and trainer jobs over the next several years until I became trainer for Pinetree Stables in northern Illinois in 1980. Kay: As I got hooked on horses, I got very serious about my education – I graduated from New Trier High School (Winnetka, Ill.), 5th in 1959 class of 750 students and a Summa Cum Laude of Northwestern Univ., Evanston, Ill. In 1963. What was your first exposure to horses? Jim: My first exposure was at age 4 when we lived across the

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How did you get involved with Saddlebreds/Hackneys in particular? Jim: When I began riding on St. Simons at Sea Island Stables I was immediately exposed to Saddleseat riding. Marvin Long, who owned the concession for the stable and provided rental horses to the Sea Island Resort was an old school southern horseman who trained both Saddlebreds and Tennessee Walking Horses. All trail rides were done on flat English saddles, (no forward seat, no Western!). Mr. Long was a good mentor (he told me “whatever you do, don’t become a horse trainer!) I quickly became a “stable brat” and learned to ride by trading out work for riding time and watching other kid’s lessons. Mr. Long was instrumental in teaching me my first training techniques and even taught me how to gait my first horse, a grade saddlebred that he had bought to use as a school horse.


Jim’s first ride.

How (and when) did you meet your significant other? Kay: I hired Jim to be trainer at my Pinetree Stables,Wauconda, IL, sight unseen, based on his Curriculum Vita. Jim & Kay: This is a little complicated. In 1980, I (Jim) answered an ad in a horse publication for a trainer position at Pinetree Stables in Illinois. I interviewed over the phone, accepted the job and began on April 1. I did not meet my employer, Kay Hahn, until several days later as she was traveling on business. The job worked out well and we began to have some success as a stable. Our personal relationship did not develop quickly but evolved over a couple of years as we realized our goals and ambitions were always in sync. A little bit of history – when you were married, your children, etc. ? Jim & Kay: We married in December 1983, and as Kay explains all our children have 4 legs. As we were both dedicated to our careers, we married late and did not have children. Please tell us a bit about your current family. Jim & Kay: Our current family is two dogs and three horses. The two dogs are Twister (CH Greylock’s Look What Blue In”, a 5lb Toy Poodle and Lily “Royal Court Petal to the Metal” a Miniature Schnauzer. Twister is Jim’s dog (he decided he wanted a “one-handed dog” after handling our three previous Miniature Schnauzers). Lily is Kay’s dog. The three horses we now show will appear in our favorite horses below.

What are some of the favorite horses/ponies you have shown? Jim: Having worked with horses for over 60 years, it is hard to remember and list your favorites, however I am fortunate enough to currently have two horses that qualify as my all-time favorites. Roselane’s Ready Set Win, my 5-gaited Pleasure Horse that I have had since he was two. I developed him and showed him with success as a young horse and he is still very competitive in our region in 5-gaited pleasure, winning the ASHAG High Point Award in 2018. My other favorite seems to be on almost everyone’s favorite list – CH Ashlyn’s Voodoo Charm. He has it all, beauty, talent and charisma! At age 15 he still gives his all every time he hits the ring. Kay: Some of my favorites have been Pinetree’s Steppin’ Out, Fancy Ace, Pinetree’s Heir To Glory, Tropical Heir and of course, CH Ashlyn’s Voodoo Charm, and CH HS Dignitary. Voodoo Charm was bought to be my “grand finale” gaited horse and we had a terrific season in 2016, winning major Ladies and Amateur Championships throughout the southeast. We began 2017 with a bang, winning the Ladies Championship at Pro-Am but two weeks later my hip unexpectedly broke so I had to turn him over to Jim to show. I have been able to return to riding but we decided he was too much of a powerhouse to risk showing and we didn’t want to “dumb him down” to make him safe. So now I have the wonderful CH HS Dignitary to show in fine harness.

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QUICK FACTS: JIM Favorite Food: Well prepared and presented cuisine. Favorite band/music/singer: I have eclectic tastes it depends on my mood. One thing you couldn’t live without: Cable ties, duct tape and velcro. One thing you wish didn’t exist (or you could “take it or leave it”): Social Media. Favorite Horse Show and why: Louisville, I enjoy seeing great horses as much as I enjoy exhibiting. Favorite destination: Anywhere, life is an adventure. What’s one thing no one knows about you? Or something people would be surprised to find out about you? If I tell, everyone will know! One word to sum up “You.” Resourceful.

What horse(s)/ponies do you currently show and in what divisions? Jim: CH Ashlyn’s Voodoo Charm – Five-Gaited Amateur Roselane’s Ready Set Win – Five-Gaited Pleasure

not fall off or be embarrassing.

Kay: CH HS Dignitary – Fine Harness

How has showing horses shaped your life and made you who you are today? Jim: It has taught me patience, perseverance, resourcefulness and humility.

What has been your most memorable show ring moment thus far? Jim: In my long career (60+years), I had many that seemed memorable at the time but probably the most memorable now was last year’s win in the Amateur Gentlemen’s Fivegaited Class at Louisville with CH Ashlyn’s Voodoo Charm. Kay: My first major win was in 1982 when I won the very competitive Five-Gaited Amateur Stake at Illinois State Fair – I showed my first Five-Gaited horse 65 years ago, a stallion by Indian Penny that did not have the bottom to be a really good one. What has been your biggest challenge to overcome? Jim: Shy? Kay: Recovering from a broken hip and relearning how to get on and off a horse. What are your horsemanship goals? Jim: To keep on riding and showing for as long as I can and

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Kay: Keep out performing most of “the children in the ring” (anyone under 60)

Kay: Kept me focused on achievement. Of the places to which you have traveled, which is your favorite? Jim: I am not a good tourist, but I always enjoy seeing new places and things. I don’t recall a favorite that I would pick first to return to. Kay: I’ve been all over the world but my favorite is a good horse show with nice horses to show. What is one place you would love to visit? Jim: Since I enjoy good wine, I would like to go to Napa or to the wine regions of France Kay: ???, probably Napa What are your hobbies? Jim: We enjoy good wine and are in two wine clubs, I grow


QUICK FACTS: KAY Favorite Food: I agree with Jim. Favorite band/music/singer: Dixieland. Favorite Movie: Any horse movie with a happy ending. One thing you couldn’t live without: JIM. One thing you wish didn’t exist: Social Media. Favorite Horse Show: Louisville Favorite destination: Wherever Jim, our horses and dogs are. One word to sum up “You.” Driven

HS Dignitary Cleveland 2019

Orchids and grow and exhibit Roses. Learning new stuff.

until Kay and I married and now they are ours.

Kay: I prefer numbers over words. I volunteer in the Coastal Kay: “Snippy”, a Saddlebred/Morgan cross that my dad Symphony of GA and the Cassina Garden Club with major bought me when I was 11. financial responsibilities in both. Do you remember your first horse show experience? Please share! What do you do in your free time for fun? Jim: What’s free time? We stay busy doing our own yard Jim: When I was 12, I showed a 28 year old walking horse work (maintaining 200 roses is a lot of work), go to horse “Aristocratic Buddy” who had been the two-year-old shows, work the horse we have at home. But we enjoy World’s Champion at the first Walking Horse Celebration entertaining our friends with dinners by our pool, and going in 1939. Needless to say he was no longer in his prime. He out for fine dining experiences. was still pretty showy but unfortunately he was also a trail horse and we got behind a very slow horse in the class and I could not convince him to pass the other horse so needless What’s a “typical day” for you from start to finish? to say, we did not win! Jim: We are always busy Kay: There is no down time.

Kay: The first horse I showed was Snippy, the next spring after my father had purchased him. I won my first class and still have the trophy from 1953.

How frequently do you spend time at the barn? Jim: For most of my adult life it was 8 to 10 hours a day, 6 What advice would you offer to others starting out on the days a week. Almost daily now for a couple of hours “horse show adventure?” Kay: I’m always with Jim since I retired from my business Jim: Horse and rider are a TEAM, if you aren’t the leader, career in finance 27 years ago. guess who will be! Listen to your trainer! Winning is better than not, but always remember to have fun. What was the name of your first horse/pony? Jim: I have never owned one. As a child we couldn’t afford Kay: Be serious about your commitment to horses – don’t any, and since I was a trainer I always worked other people’s squander your time or your money.

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Katy and her husband, Patrick, before their wedding.

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Katy Sterba

aty Sterba has been a lifelong lover of the American Saddlebred. Growing up in the industry, training horses was certainly not on her radar.

Born in Albuquerque, New Mexico, Sterba was born into the horses, her parents, Janet and Jeff Sterba having been longtime Saddlebred owners and exhibitors. Sterba lived in New Mexico until about the eighth grade, where her parents had a small farm with a barn on the property.They did it themselves and taught Sterba how to ride until she was old enough that as she put it, “she didn’t listen anymore”. Her first horse was a Quarter Horse/Arabian mix, but it wasn’t long before she was riding Saddlebreds. Sterba recalled one of her first horses, Bugsby, who she showed in country pleasure when she was just eight-years-old. As an adolescent, the Sterba’s moved Katy’s horse to Eloise Garcia, who ran a small training operation nearby. It was with Garcia that Katy began to show competitively, and even started catch-riding some horses. At age 13, Katy received a horse named Worth AFame, as a Christmas present from her parents. Fame was one of the horses she had been catch-riding the previous season under Garcia’s direction. She enjoyed much success with Fame, winning in their debut in the junior exhibitor three-gaited division. The pair formed a lifelong bond, and in fact her farm is named after the horse, when as a teen she had created her AOL Instant Messenger screen name “Famesgate” after her beloved companion.

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When the Sterba family moved to Virginia in the late 1990’s before she entered high school, Fame went too. While there, they started riding with John Champagne. That was when they opened a public training operation, called Seven Oaks Farm, with Champagne as the trainer. She continued to show Fame in several different divisions over the years, and showed several other horses as well throughout her junior exhibitor days. After several years of running a public training operation, they decided it was a lot for them, so they closed the barn, and Janet moved her horses to Bret Day’s in Kentucky. When it came time for college, Sterba made the decision to go to the University of Virginia. She continued to ride and show as well; they purchased a young horse named My Stiletto from Clark Clouse. At UVA, Sterba majored in philosophy and biology. At first, thinking she wanted to become a doctor, her interest changed and she decided to pursue a career with HIV/AIDS treatment in underdeveloped countries. Sterba joined the Peace Corps post-graduation, and the horses were put on hold for several years. She was placed in Senegal, West Africa where she was a volunteer in the Sub-Saharan desert. She lived for 27 months with a local host family, with no electricity in a small town of just about 250 people. “I did finish my service, but realized that it wasn’t the direction that I wanted to head professionally,” recalled Sterba. “So, I came back to the States and moved to Washington D.C. to work for a lobbying firm. “I had always thoroughly enjoyed


One of Katy’s first shows

Katy and her husband, Patrick, with both of their parents at their wedding.

Sterba and Snowman winning the Three-Gaited Grand Championship at Devon in 2018.

politics so it seemed like a natural path, however after a bit I realized couldn’t see myself doing it long-term.”

care of five horses while also learning to train horses from him, and his mom, Sandy, and his wife, Alexandra.”

Since coming back to the U.S., Sterba had been back in the saddle, and was making the trip from D.C. to Virginia where she was practicing with Smith Lilly of Mercer Springs Farm. They had moved the horses from Grey Ridge to Princeton to be closer to Janet while Katy was living in Africa. Sterba was also showing her mom’s horse, CH Take It From The Top, in the five-gaited show pleasure division.

“Sometimes I would ride in the truck with Smith to horse shows, and he would tell me stories from his start that provided some insight into the life of a head trainer. He would discuss horses he’d trained, customers he’d had, and gave some advice on how to deal with both.”

“I went to look at horses with Smith and my mom, and she dropped some hints saying I could always show horses if I wanted to.” That conversation planted the seed, and Sterba began thinking of the opportunities for her future with horses. One late night over Christmas break in 2011, Katy and her brother, Dane, spent some time talking about her making the big jump. “He said, ‘you should try it, because what’s it going to hurt.’.The next day I called Smith and I’ll always remember, he told me ‘there will always be an open cubicle somewhere.’ So, I quit my job and moved to Mercer Springs in January of 2012.” At the time, Lilly was just starting out his apprenticeship program. The program grew, and soon there were four girls, including Andrea Harry who had been there for quite some time, Claire Karst and Tori Heck. “He has a lot of horses and quite a few colts, so he started fostering young trainers. I took

After two years under their tutelage, Sterba decided to expand her knowledge yet again, and wanted to experience the Saddlebred world in its mecca, Kentucky. Katy went to work for Susi and Bret Day at their Grey Ridge Farm. It was there she met many of her friends in the industry, and also where she met her husband, Patrick, the very first week she lived in Kentucky.They were married in October 2016. “Bret has always been extremely supportive,” said Sterba. “I think they [Day and Lilly] realize that it benefits them as well, as us young trainers are just more people to continue buying and selling horses and keep the industry growing and going in the future.” After learning and growing as a young trainer with the Day’s, Sterba moved to Simpsonville, Kentucky to work with T.J. Santaferra under the Stachowski Farm banner. It was while there that her parents found a dream property in Troy,Virginia – just east of Charlottesville.The farm, at nearly 300-acres, was

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QUICK Q AND A WITH KATY What is your favorite food? Cheese and mashed potatoes Something you could live without? 100-degree temperatures and 95% humidity Favorite Song/Singer/Band? Aretha Franklin, she was one of my mom’s favorites Favorite Movie? UP Favorite place you’ve ever traveled? Puntarenas, Golfo Dulce, Costa Rica Something no one knows about you? I absolutely detest phyllo dough Favorite horse show and why? I wish I had just one but my top two are ASHAV and The American Royal. Virginia is hard to beat in the fall and ASHAV has held a special place for me since I was in high school. With regards to the Royal, I love Kansas City during the holidays. It has amazing restaurants, shops, and it’s the last show before the holidays and for whatever reason seems to have a great feel to it.

The new indoor arena.

The farm in the fall of 2018.

The tack room reflects Katy’s impeccable taste and attention to detail.

an opportunity they couldn’t pass up. So, after talking things over with Katy, they moved forward with purchasing the farm, and Katy made the move back to her homeland. Jeff and Janet lived nearby in a neighborhood, and when Jeff retired, he started aggressively looking for a farm. “He’s retired, but he doesn’t do well retired,” laughed Sterba. “He’s in the midst of building a house on the property and he’s living in a different house on the farm.” “I have always been fairly independent and I love the state of Virginia. I really wanted to come back and expand the Saddlebred industry in a different state.The horses have a lot to offer, and Virginia has a pretty steep Saddlebred history. There are quite a few trainers who’ve worked here including Tre Lee and his dad, and John Conatser when he worked for Karen Waldron. There’s a pretty big contingent of people that had been here before. I talked to Smith [Lilly] about the location and he addressed the level of work it takes to be successful. He stressed what an asset it would be to have family close to support the barn and myself. I’m sure it’s no surprise that he was 100 percent correct.” In February of 2018, the year after Katy moved back to Virginia, her mother Janet was diagnosed with cancer. While Katy wasn’t aware when she moved what would soon come, it was a blessing in disguise that she and her husband moved back just six months prior to the diagnosis. Her private battle with cancer sadly came to an end March 29, 2019.“She came to the barn almost every day, I know she was super proud, and it was something we were able to do together.”

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While the Sterba family is still grieving the loss of such an incredible woman, they are pushing through the day-to-day work and continuing on with the horses in her legacy. The farm itself has quite a lot of wooded acreage, and included a 24-stall barn, and an outdoor riding arena. “We added an indoor arena, and my dad did quite a bit of work to the stalls before I moved back,” said Sterba. “It’s really nice and has giant windows, so it’s really bright and airy.” “My dad has always been extremely supportive of me and my mom’s love of the horses. When I was growing up, he and my mom did everything themselves and that’s how I grew up riding. As Famesgate Stable’s became a reality, my dad’s support became somewhat of the foundation that built the barn. He built every single tailboard, installed every waterer, and rebuilt the inside of every stall in the barn. My mom was the heart and soul of the barn and he helped to build the foundation that we could grow from.” Her dad continues to support her as well by having several horses under Sterba’s training, including; Julia Sugarbaker, Cornerstone’s Moondance, and Double Blue NKF. The location of the barn is also perfect. Nestled in the foothills of a section of the Blue Ridge Mountains, nearby Charlottesville is the gateway to Shenandoah National Park. The barn is only about two miles off interstate 64, and is easily accessible to her customers, and her growing lesson program. A program she would like to develop a bit more this fall after horse shows end. In the future she would like to bring on


Clayton Stinnett and Far Away Saloon Cat have made a winning team in the junior exhibitor park division.

Krysten Malcolm and Ro and Me’s Island Boy compete under the Famesgate banner in the show pleasure division. Clayton Stinnett and MBA’s Revival of the Blues winning the junior exhibitor three-gaited 14-17 class at Lexington Junior League.

someone to help with the horses and training so she can keep the lessons going as well. She has eighteen horses in training currently, with two lesson horses and a pony that live outside. They also do limited breeding. Their gray gaited mare, Callaway’s Born for This, has two yearlings on the ground via Embryo Transfer, one is by Top of the Mark and the other one is by Northern Kiss.They have two more coming next year. Some of the first customers under the Famesgate banner were Dan and Jennifer Joiner. Jennifer had shown Snowman on the Kentucky circuit, and had the horse in training with T.J. Santaferra at Stachowski Farm while Sterba was working there. The pair made an instant connection, and when Sterba opened her own place, Snowman was one of the first to fill the stalls.“In addition to having faith in me to show Snowman, they’ve put three young prospects with us that are all wildly different but all extremely special,” said Sterba. “They also owned Coffee Lace, who we sold last winter to Wes and Sena Bowling, who helped start the career of Famesgate in a stellar way.” Another of Sterba’s customers is the Stinnett family who have been in the industry for many years. Clayton has been enjoying quite a bit of success with his new mount in the Junior Exhibitor Park division, Far Away Saloon Cat. They recently won at Shenandoah and Lexington Junior League. “She’s been a project of the best kind. She has all the talent and show charisma but has a few quirks we’re still figuring out.” MBA’s Revival of the Blues took some time off to have a few babies

and came back to the show ring this year. She was on fire at Lexington to win the Junior Exhibitor three-gaited qualifier and take reserve in the championship with Clayton. They also have Nuttin’ Could Be Finer, who competes with Clayton in the Junior Exhibitor five-gaited division, Central Perk in gaited pleasure with Emilea Stinnett and Fort Chiswell’s Wild Kiss who competes with mom, Amy, in the gaited pleasure division. “Ceil and Kenny Wheeler have also supported the barn from day one loaning us lesson horses and companion donkeys. Their two-year-old, Walterway’s Kiss Me is spectacular. I’m so grateful that they continue to support Famesgate and us as a family. Sterba is grateful for all of the connections she has made within the horse industry, and loves the sense of community the young trainers have within it as well. “I think that the biggest thing that has helped me was living in Kentucky. I got to know a lot of young trainers, and developed relationships through the UPHA Young Professionals. We are all in the same boat trying to make it and be successful. If I ever have questions, I know that there are always people I can call.There is a lot of support amongst the young trainers in our industry.” Her goal for the future is simple. “I would like to continue progressing as a trainer, learn new things and always strive to do the best job I can. Having successful horses and happy customers makes the hard work 100 percent worth it,” she said.“It’s a lot of work, and it’s expensive so it should be fun.We tend to have a pretty good time in general.”

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A joyous Nissa winning her first World’s Championship with King’s Carma

Nissa and Macho Camacho

JUNIOR EXHIBITOR PROFILE

NISSA SULTAN How old are you? 15 Where do you go to school/what year are you in school? Canterbury School of Fort Myers, going into 10th Grade What would you like to be when you grow up? Pediatric Orthodontist - I always want to have horses with Matt and Whitney, our team works so well together - this is a big motivation for me to have a successful career and do well in school. Name your family/Siblings/pets: Shahid and Kelli / Kierney and Reza / Black Lab Jem

What is a typical practice session like for you? Some of the best days of my life! What are some of your favorite horses you have shown? Every horse I have been fortunate to ride into the show ring is special and a favorite of mine. They have all taught me something different. What horse(s) do you currently show and in what divisions? Nutorious in Three-Gaited Junior Exhibitor 14-17 and Macho Camacho in Five-Gaited Pony

What has been your most memorable riding moment thus far? Winning the roses in the Junior Exhibitor 13 and Under When did you first start riding? How did you get involved with Five-Gaited Class on King’s Carma at Louisville in 2017. Our horses? team worked so hard for this moment and when Whitney Summer 2011- Camp Ton-A-Wandah in Hendersonville, came running through the gate to us when they called our North Carolina number, it was an awesome moment to share with her in the ring. This was the same year she won on Hi-Fling and I Where do you ride? also won on Off the Record. It was a week we will all never Matt Shiflet Stables forget! How long have you been showing? 7 1/2 Years

What has been your biggest challenge to overcome? Probably balancing my school work and time with my horses.

How often do you ride? Whenever Matt, Whitney and DT want me at the barn.

What are your riding goals for the future? To learn how to become a great rider and athlete.

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Nissa and WC Off The Record. Photo credit Sarah Bennett

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Nissa and Macho Camacho after their win at Shenandoah 2019

Horse Show Friends! Nissa and Gretchen Halloran

Nissa and Nutorious

How has riding American Saddlebreds shaped your life and made you who you are today? It has taught me how to be humble, to take the success our team has had over the past 4 years and turn it into a passion while being determined to always do my best. To always try my hardest and to be physically and mentally prepared. Of the places to which you have traveled, which is your favorite? In 2019 my favorite place traveling with my horses and horse family was to Lexington, Virginia to the Shenandoah Horse Show-it was a great week with my favorite people. With my family I loved going to China and Hong Kong this summer.

QUICK FACTS Do you have any nicknames? Nis, and peanutty What is your favorite food? Barbecue Chicken Pizza and a side of sweet potato fries What is your favorite music, singer or band? Post Malone What is your favorite movie? Racing Stripes What’s one thing you couldn’t live without? My Parents What’s one thing you wish didn’t exist (or something you could live without)? Social Media What’s something no one knows about you? I go to the gym 6 -7 days a week and I am very devoted to a healthy life style. Use one word to sum up “You.” Caring

What is one place you would love to go? Bora Bora What is your trainer’s favorite phrase or words of advice? Matt says - “You look good kid - go have fun!” What are your hobbies? Going to the gym 6 -7 days a week and learning about fitness and nutrition.

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What do you do in your free time for fun? I love hanging out with my friends. Then I love traveling with my family to Asheboro, NC to be with our horses, Matt and Whitney & Don and Phyllis and of course play with Clayton and Eliza. I always have fun at the Horse Shows and traveling with my family.


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ASF 2019

By Sandra Harding

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THE WAY TO GO

n 2013,two years after the Africa Saddle Horse Futurity started, the initiator thereof, Ross Millin, indicated that ‘the ASF is now really on a roll and the most successful incentive to breed Saddlebreds in South Africa. Breeders and owners have the opportunity to have a real return on their investment through breeding. It has also become a huge marketing opportunity for our beautiful breed’. Even the toughest critics of the ASF now have to admit that the competition has opened opportunities for Saddle Horse breeders in the country and that it has, since its inception in 2011, gone from strength to strength. Like the previous eight years, this year’s competition again had its fair share of highlights and a number of challenges. MONDAY, 22 APRIL 2019 Of the thirty one foals entered for the competition, twenty one would eventually compete in the preliminary rounds during the SA National Championships in Bloemfontein during April 2019. The morning started off cold, foggy and wet. The weather conditions were less than ideal and some of the foals had to be shown in pouring rain. This year’s judges were Allison Deardorf and Matthew Roberts from the USA and Carine Stephan, Jaco Jonker and Wim Bester from South Africa. Ten foals would ultimately be selected to compete on Thursday, 25 April 2019 during the final of the ninth ASF competition. On Monday afternoon the ASF Stallion Auction took place with forty two of the best stallions in the country on the list. Services to the value of almost R400 000 were sold. Auctioneer Johannes Maasdorp did a sterling job with his knowledge of the stallions entered and the saddlebred industry in general.

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Adriaan Odendaal & Bon Charm smelling the roses!

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Charmed And Bewitched (Imp).

Bon Charm.

The imported stallions were again in demand with Undulata’s Made in Heaven’s service that was sold for R28 000. The services of Quantum of Solace and Ultimate Joe, were sold for R26 000 each. The service of Undulata’s Mr President was sold for R18 000, while the services of Valley’s Rising Music and Charmed and Bewitched were sold for R17 500 and R17 000 respectively.

mare Bon Petite. The Reserve Champion, Riedel Vinum is also by Charmed and Bewitched out of the mare Dancing Dolly. This foal was nominated by André Volgraaf and Bennie Booysen. Both these foals were expertly shown by Adriaan Odendaal of De Bosch Stables, who must now be accustomed to the ASF winner circle as he also won the competition in 2014 and 2017 with Coco’s Justice and Guy Fox respectively.

THURSDAY, 25 APRIL 2019 Although the rain had stopped the weather conditions remained a challenge and less than perfect during the final.

With this win, Francois Dercksen did not only win the R100 000 prize money but also R15 000 as the stallion owner as well as the Sir Clarence Ronald Weanling Trophy, the War Image Stallion Trophy, sponsored by Luci Nouwens and the Uncle Angus Broodmare Trophy, sponsored by C.J. & Kosie du Plessis.

For the first time in the history of the competition, offspring of the same stallion became the Champion and Reserve Champion! The Champion, Bon Charm is a foal bred by Francois Dercksen from his imported stallion Charmed and Bewitched out of the

Although the competition is in its ninth year, not a single stallion’s name appears on the trophy more than once. This proves the level playing field of the competition.

ASF FINAL RESULTS 2019 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

FOAL BON CHARM RIEDEL VINUM BROADWAY’S SENSATION IMAGINE THAT VICTORY I CAN JIVE DESTRUCTIONS WILD POWER PREMIER FLINDER MOONLIT SKY MIGHTY DESTRUCTION FOLLOW MY LEAD

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MARE Bon Petite Dancing Dolly Passion Flower The General’s Lady Catherin Moore PJ’s Power of Love Bit of Rosa Flinder Miss Clear Sky Cleopatra’s Dream Survive for Victory

STALLION Charmed And Bewitched (Imp) Charmed And Bewitched (Imp) Star on Broadway (Imp) French Victory Mr. Mojive Baron’s Distruction Secretariat Template Baron’s Distruction Maximus


From Left: C.J. du Plessis, Sandra Harding, Ross Millin, Nicky Heyns, Luci Nouwens, Francois Dercksen, Adriaan Odendaal & BON CHARM

ASF PERFORMANCE CLASSES This year’s performance classes were very well supported.The ASF Three Gaited Stallion, Mare or Gelding Three Year Old class was won by One and Only I’m Angus, shown by Attie Koen. This horse is by Uncle Angus out of I’m French.

From a humble beginning at the Parys Indoor Show, where services of twenty stallions were auctioned to the value of just under R70 000 the ASF has grown into a very popular competition where the services of forty two of the best stallions in the country were auctioned for almost R400 000 this year.

The ASF Five Gaited Stallion, Mare or Gelding, Four Year Old class was won by JG Touch Me Nice for trainer Paul Coetzer. This horse was the winner of the 2015 ASF Weanling class. His sire is Touch Me Twice and dam Valley’s Starmaker.

The competition celebrates its tenth anniversary in 2020.

The ASF Fine Harness Stallion, Mare or Gelding Three Year Old class had a total of nine competitors. M-E Dirty Harry for Michelle Emberson won the class with Dreto Secret Night the reserve. This horse was placed third in the 2016 ASF Weanling Championship.

I am positive that the organisers will arrange something spectacular to match the quality of the contestants most likely to compete in this special event next year with unquestionable the best prize money at a Saddlebred show in South Africa.

ASF CONTESTANTS AND THE FUTURE Many of the foals born due to the ASF competition continued to show their class and abilities during the SA Championships in Bloemfontein. The most successful ASF winner though remains Something French (French Legionnaire x Miss Gracias). She won the ASF Weanling competition in 2012, continued her winning streak by also winning the SA Champion Weanling Filly the same year, the Year Old Filly class in 2013, the TwoYear Old Filly class in 2014 and the Champion Mare over Three Years for five consecutive years (2015 – 2019). She was also the winner of the Fine Harness mare class in Bloemfontein in April 2019.

The ASF Trophy table.

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THE WORLD’S OPEN AIR SADDLEBRED CHAMPIONSHIP SHOW

THE SOUTH AFRICAN SADDLEBRED NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS 2019 Photos by Elpita Photography PRINCE

TEMPER`S TOUCH (AI)

DONNA`S JACKPOT

Class No.2

SA GRAND CHAMPION STALLION 3 YEARS AND OVER

PLACE

NAME

EXHIBITOR

OWNER

1

PRINCE

OTTO BEKKERS

WILLIE CONRADIE

2

LONG FEVER

GODFREY KWSAHU

HANTAM SAALPERD STOET

3

MC DREAMY I AM

KATHY WARD

WARD K.

Class No.3

CHAMPION FINE HARNESS PLEASURE HORSE S/M/G DRIVERS 40 YEARS AND OVER

PLACE

NAME

EXHIBITOR

OWNER

1

TEMPER`S TOUCH (AI)

RONNIE WITTES

DIXON R.W.

2

THE GREEN BERET

TERSIA MALAN

MALAN STALLE

3

HI-TIDE

SONIKA HUGO

HUGO JUNIOR

4

FRENCH FLARE

ATTIE KOEN

CRYSTAL ANVIL STALLE

5

RED JOHN

DRIES MOOLMAN

DRIES MOOLMAN BOERDERY

6

FOVEROS

LUCI NOUWENS

NOUWENS LUCI

7

HAWK EYE

GREAME FALCK

COURCHEVEL SADDLEBREDS

8

MORE ARISTOCRATIC

KATHY WARD

WARD K.

9

EASY JACKY EASY

SANNA BOTHA

BOTHA SANNA

Class No.4

CHAMPION THREE GAITED HORSE S/M/G 15.1 HANDS AND UNDER

PLACE

NAME

EXHIBITOR

OWNER

1

DONNA`S JACKPOT

ZANDRE SNYMAN

BOTHA SANNA

2

GRACE KELLY

GLENDA KOEN

ARNOLD NAUDE GESIN

3

ENCHANTER`S DREAM

RAYMOND GEITJIIE

VAN HEERDEN PEET

4

SUCCESFUL RAID

JANKE SMAL

SMAL

5

YOUNG GUN

INEDINE ALDRICH

GEODINE SAALPERDSTOET

6

BONNIE LASS

MIKE BRUMMER

BRUMMER MIKE

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UNDULATA`S MADE IN HEAVEN

JOE`S DYNASTY

I`M ANGUS

OCEAN WARRIOR

HELL`S ANGEL

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Class No.5

FINE HARNESS STALLION OR GELDING 4 YEARS OLD

PLACE

NAME

EXHIBITOR

OWNER

1

JOE`S DYNASTY

NICOLETTE COETZEE

DU PLESSIS CECIL

2

LOUBOUTIN

KOOS MAHIFU

MOLLER P.J.

3

BLAME IT ON ME

JUNIOR HUGO

SNYMAN MARTHINUS

4

SUPREME STYLE

CHANENE VORSTER

STEYL J.F.

5

MR EXTRAORDINAIRE

STEVEN MKOPANE

RIVERVIEW STALLE

6

PRINCE OF TROY

JUNIOR MOCKE

CLOETE

Class No.6

CHAMPION THREE GAITED PRESENTED BY A GENTLEMAN

PLACE

NAME

EXHIBITOR

OWNER

1

UNDULATA`S MADE IN HEAVEN

JUNIOR HUGO

NEW LINE SADDLE HORSE STUD

2

SNAP CRACKLE & POP

VICTOR BOTHA

JUHANTHA STALLE

3

AMERICAN OUTLAW

JUNIOR MOCKE

CILLIERS JACO GABRIEL

Class No.7

AFRICA FUTURITY THREE GAITED S/M/G 3 YEAR OLD

PLACE

NAME

EXHIBITOR

OWNER

1

I`M ANGUS

ATTIE KOEN

CRYSTAL ANVIL STALLE

2

APPLE DANISH

GLENDA KOEN

NOUWENS LUCI

3

CELEBRATING ONCE AGAIN

ADRIAAN ODENDAAL

DERCKSEN FRANCOIS

4

MR TOWN

COENIE SIECKERS

COURCHEVEL SADDLEBREDS

5

DON`T GO

PAUL TAU

DU PLESSIS C.J.

6

CLOVER TOWN

PETRO BOTHA DE WAAL

BOTHA P.

7

MINTED ROSE

JAN KOK

CILLIERS MINETTE

8

GOLDEN KOURNI

SEUN ROSEGO

ENDEO SAALPERD STOET

Class No.8

CHAMPION AMATEUR SINGLE HARNESS HORSE NATURAL MANE AND TAIL.

PLACE

NAME

EXHIBITOR

OWNER

1

OCEAN WARRIOR

JOHAN MALAN

MALAN STALLE

2

THE LAST REMEMBERENCE

NATASCHA VISSER

VISSER N.M.

3

KIT MALOY

ATTIE KOEN

CRYSTAL ANVIL STALLE

4

PAPPA DON

THOMAS BEUKUS

STAKE NIGHT STABLES

5

MEHRALI

ANSA VAN DER WESTHUIZEN

VAN DER WESTHUIZEN A.

Class No.9

CHAMPION FIVE GAITED S/M/G 15.1 HANDS AND UNDER

PLACE

NAME

EXHIBITOR

OWNER

1

HELL`S ANGEL

JEREMY BOUWER

BOUWER JEREMIA J

2

SPRING NITE

GLENDA KOEN

VILJOEN FAMILIE

3

MAN O MAN

SHABIR DAWJEE

-

4

ALONSO

JAFTA STALLENBERG

MULLER

5

BACK FOR MORE

JOHN MAKWENA

LOUW F.J.

6

MYSTIFY

KOEKIE DE VILLIERS

CAVALLI STUD

7

ROYAL TEMPTATIONS

STEVEN MKOPANE

RIVERVIEW STALLE

8

TARQUINE TIYARA

MIKE BRUMMER

BRUMMER MIKE


TOUCH ME NICE

REGAL NITE

Class No.10

COUNTRY THREE GAITED PLEASURE HORSE

PLACE

NAME

EXHIBITOR

OWNER

1

A NITE TO REMEMBER

MINETTE HARMSE

BRIDGEWATERS HORSE PARK

2

BEYOND CHANCE

THARINE SCHABORT

JUHANTHA STALLE

3

MAX A MILLION

SONJA HELLINGER

COURCHEVEL SADDLEBREDS

4

JACK-A-LISTICK

ZANDRE SNYMAN

BOTHA SANNA

5

SEA SHEPHERD

ELRA LOTZ

HIPKIN CELESTE

6

MY LOVE SONG

RONEL BEUKES

BEUKES P.M.

7

AL FANTASTIQUE LADY

DANJE PRETORIUS

PRETORIUS

8

STUMBLING IN

CHRISTINE NAUDE

ARNOLD NAUDE GESIN

Class No.11

AFRICA FUTURITY FIVE GAITED S/M/G 4 YEAR OLD

PLACE

NAME

EXHIBITOR

OWNER

1

TOUCH ME NICE

PAUL COETZER

WINDSOR SAALPERD STOET

2

TIME AND THE RIVER

CHARL OOSTHUIZEN

COURCHEVEL SADDLEBREDS

3

TOUCH OF GRACE

RETIEF ROSSOUW

LE ROSS

4

DESSERT DANCER

TSEDISHO MAHIFU

VAN BERGEN W.J.

5

HELL-OF-A-SPIDER

SEUN ROSEGO

DU PLESSIS FAMILIE TRUST

Class No.12

CHAMPION THREE GAITED S/M/G PRESENTED BY A LADY

PLACE

NAME

EXHIBITOR

OWNER

1

JACKLE BERRY

SANNA BOTHA

BOTHA SANNA

2

FLASHING THUNDER

MARINDA ERASMUS

ANDRé SWANEPOEL

3

SERAPH

KOEKIE DE VILLIERS

CAVALLI STUD

4

SULTAN`S QUATRO

STEFANIE JORDAAN

ALFRESCO STABLES

5

AFRICAN DANCER

INEDINE ALDRICH

GEODINE SAALPERDSTOET

6

MY CHICKABEE

FERNE MURABITO

DE VILLIERS & MEV J.A.

Class No.13

FINE HARNESS STALLION OR GELDING 3 YEAR OLD

PLACE

NAME

EXHIBITOR

OWNER

1

REGAL NITE

DIRK CLAASSENS

BRIDGEWATERS HORSE PARK

2

ROYAL SPIRIT

PAUL TAU

VILJOEN C.J.

3

PONCHO`S BAMBI

NICOLETTE COETZEE

AMIEKE STOET

4

MANHATTAN STING

FRANCOIS DERCKSEN

DERCKSEN FRANCOIS

5

BUKATTI

JACK BOYI

BARRIE N.

6

GALLIO`S ACE OF SPADES

PIERRE HUGO

HUGO P.B.B.

7

CASTING NITE

NIEL VALENTINE

PIENAAR HERMANUS

8

CAPPUCCINO

STEVEN MKOPANE

RIVERVIEW STALLE

Class No.14

CHAMPION FINE HARNESS NATURAL MANE AND TAIL S/M/G 4 YEARS AND UNDER

PLACE

NAME

EXHIBITOR

OWNER

1

THE SHEPARD

DAVID MATHYS

DU PLESSIS CECIL

2

I`M A FIREBALL

JOHN MAKWENA

LOUW F.J.

3

OVERBERG

CHARL OOSTHUIZEN

HANEKOM JAN

4

IMAGE LOOK

OTTO BEKKERS

WILLIE CONRADIE

5

BRITE STAR

NIEL VALENTINE

GAWIE DU TOIT SAALPERD STOET

6

ELLEGANCE LIGHTNING

MARTIN PIENAAR

PRIMGRADIA FAMILIE TRUST

7

DANCING PROPHET

MARLENE DE KLERK

-

JACKLE BERRY

THE SHEPARD

THE INTERNATIONAL SHOW HORSE

147

THE WORLD’S OPEN AIR SADDLEBRED CHAMPIONSHIP SHOW

A NITE TO REMEMBER


THE WORLD’S OPEN AIR SADDLEBRED CHAMPIONSHIP SHOW

WHISPERING SENSATION

DANCING NITE

JOE`S MIDNIGHT SECRET

Class No.15

CHAMPION FIVE GAITED PRESENTED BY A GENTLEMAN

PLACE

NAME

EXHIBITOR

OWNER

1

WAR SPORTS

JUNIOR HUGO

CAROL BADENHORST

2

GIFT OF CLASS

KOOS MAHIFU

VAN BERGEN W.J.

3

REGAL TEMPEST

PULA GILIOMEE

KOCH GERT

4

DESIRED GUTS

HANLO SMITH

JUHANTHA STALLE

5

TRUE SPIRIT

FANIE VAN AARDT

VAN AARDT

6

DOC TJ

DIRK LOUIS

TERRA AQUA GROUP

7

LOVERS TOUCH

BERTUS PRETORIUS

VIVILLA

Class No.16

CHAMPION SINGLE HARNESS MARE 5 YEARS AND OVER

PLACE

NAME

EXHIBITOR

OWNER

1

WHISPERING SENSATION

JUNIOR HUGO

HUGO P.B.B.

2

AL ROYAL LADY

JACQUES WIGGINS

I & F MAJIET

3

ZIPPY NIPPY

JP HUGO

GROENEWALD

4

NITE OF ROSES

TED GROENEWALD

SPADONE

5

GOLDEN RUBY

SEUN ROSEGO

ENDEO SAALPERD STOET

6

SPARKLY NITE

CHANENE VORSTER

BELLA VISTA TRUST

7

COMMANDING STAR

INEDINE ALDRICH

GEODINE SAALPERDSTOET

Class No.17

CHAMPION GENTLEMANS PARK HORSE S/M/G 5 YEARS AND OVER

PLACE

NAME

EXHIBITOR

OWNER

1

DANCING NITE

JUNIOR HUGO

DE JAGER T.

2

PREMIER SULTAN

CHARL OOSTHUIZEN

MAREZA VISSER EN GESIN

3

ROB THOMAS

RETIEF ROSSOUW

LE ROSS

4

QUICK PICK

JOHNNY MOORE

MERRY-GO-ROUND

5

TROUBLE MAKER

NIEL VALENTINE

VAN DER WALT

6

LIMITED`S HEATWAVE

FRANS PIENAAR

VAN DER WALT BEU-LINE

7

LAST HOPE

DAVID MATHYS

DU PLESSIS CECIL

Class No.18

FINE HARNESS MARE 3 YEAR OLD

PLACE

NAME

EXHIBITOR

OWNER

1

JOE`S MIDNIGHT SECRET

PAUL TAU

VILJOEN C.J.

2

PEARL IN THE WIND

PIERRE HUGO

HUGO P.B.B.

3

BARON`S COCO C

JP HUGO

OLIVIER BOERDERY

4

ESQUIRE

KOBUS KEMP

MULDER

5

DREAMKEEPER

DEREK WESSELS

MOLLER P.J.

6

NOTEWORTHY

HANLO SMITH

JUHANTHA STALLE

7

QUANTUM LADY

JAN KOK

DU RAAN STABLES

8

MY MODERN MUSE

JUNIOR MOCKE

MEINTJES M.E.

Class No.19

CHAMPION AMATEUR FIVE GAITED NATURAL MANE AND TAIL

PLACE

NAME

EXHIBITOR

OWNER

1

CAPTAIN CHARISMA

COLIN MOOLMAN

RIVERVIEW STALLE

2

STRIKING TOUCH

MAREZA VISSER

MAREZA VISSER EN GESIN

3

CAPTAIN SPOCK

GERTRUDE HENDRICKS

BOTHA P.

4

STORM`S LADY

JEREMY BOUWER

BOUWER JEREMIA J

5

STOPPING TIME

DELANDE HUMAN

HUMAN MELANIE

6

CALIGULA

NATASJA LOTTER

LöTTER NATASJA

7

LORD OF THE RING II

ANSA VAN DER WESTHUIZEN

VAN DER WESTHUIZEN M.J. & A.

8

MOJIVE`S MAGIC

ADRI SMITH

DANÉL

WAR SPORTS

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THE WORLD’S OPEN AIR SADDLEBRED CHAMPIONSHIP SHOW

CALLING THE ANGELS

VICTORY GUNNER

SOMETHING FRENCH

NITE IN A MILLION

Class No.20

CHAMPION THREE GAITED NOVICE HORSE S/M/G

PLACE

NAME

EXHIBITOR

OWNER

1

VICTORY GUNNER

PAUL TAU

REYNEKE GIDEON

2

TANGO NITE

VICTOR BOTHA

VICWES SAALPERDSTOET

3

PROUD AND CLASSIC

ELISKA JORDAAN

STEYN JAPIE

4

ROSEMAR`S ROYAL SULTAN

PIET OLIFANT

VAN STADEN FAMILIE

5

TEXAS O`LEE

JAN KOK

DE KLERK

6

UNCLE JACK

ANDRIES BOOYSEN

VISSER

Class No.21

CHAMPION FINE HARNESS MARE 5 YEARS AND OVER

PLACE

NAME

EXHIBITOR

OWNER

1

SOMETHING FRENCH

CJ DU PLESSIS

DU PLESSIS C.J.

2

STARLIKE HARLEM

JUNIOR HUGO

NEW LINE SADDLE HORSE STUD

3

EDNA`S STAKE NITE

TERSIA MALAN

MALAN STALLE

4

QUEEN OF THE NITE

GARLAND POIL

BRIDGEWATERS HORSE PARK

5

POP IDOL

PIET OLIFANT

BURGER T.J.

6

BIT OF MAMMA MIA

JOHAN BAKKES

VICWES SAALPERDSTOET

7

PJ`S SUPREME POWER

MARTHIE MANS

BLACK PEARL

Class No.22

CHAMPION AMATEUR THREE GAITED S/M/G PRESENTED BY A LADY OR GENTLEMAN

PLACE

NAME

EXHIBITOR

OWNER

1

WILD NIGHT (ET)

NICOLE BESTER

WILMAR SAALPERDSTOET

2

WICKED NITE

DENIELLE DERCKSEN

DERCKSEN FRANCOIS

3

HOUT BAY

CAROL BADENHORST

CAROL BADENHORST

4

COMPLETELY CARLY

THARINE SMITH

JUHANTHA STALLE

5

BEAU DOMAIN

LUCI NOUWENS

NOUWENS LUCI

6

ANGEL`S SURPRISE

INEDINE ALDRICH

GEODINE SAALPERDSTOET

7

WHIPPING BOY

THOMAS BEUKUS

DRIES MOOLMAN BOERDERY

Class No.23

FINE HARNESS MARE 4 YEAR OLD

PLACE

NAME

EXHIBITOR

OWNER

1

CALLING THE ANGELS

JACQUES WIGGINS

WESSELS

2

TANGO`S FLAME GIRL

ADRI SMITH

BESTERSKRAAL SAALPERDSTOET

3

MY FRENCH ROSE

CHARLIE BROWN

SPADONE

Class No.24

CHAMPION FINE HARNESS HORSE M/G DRIVERS 18 YEARS AND UNDER

PLACE

NAME

EXHIBITOR

OWNER

1

NITE IN A MILLION

CARLA RIX

BRIDGEWATERS HORSE PARK

2

UNCLE SAM`S TIME AND AGAIN

ANJE DERCKSEN

DERCKSEN FRANCOIS

3

MAGIC MOMENTS

SHAYLEE MYBURGH

SHAYLEE FAMILIE TRUST

4

TIME`S PRINCESS

ELSJE GILIOMEE

KOCH GERT

5

SUPREME`S UNDER DISCUSSION

KRUGER VAN DER WALT

GOEDHALS J.J.

6

MR KOSMIKOS

MARJORIE NAUDE

VOSTER ELSA

7

OKALASH GLITZY GLAMOUR LADY

IZEL DU PLESSIS

DU PLESSIS FAMILIE TRUST

8

DIESEL DANCER

TSEDISHO MAHIFU

VAN BERGEN W.J.

THE INTERNATIONAL SHOW HORSE

149


150 THE INTERNATIONAL SHOW HORSE


THE INTERNATIONAL SHOW HORSE

151


THE WORLD’S OPEN AIR SADDLEBRED CHAMPIONSHIP SHOW

ULTIMATE JOE

GREAT DESIGN

FOREVER AND A DAY

SS FINAL PROPHECY

NEVER DOUBT ME

152 THE INTERNATIONAL SHOW HORSE

Class No.26

CHAMPION GENTLEMANS FINE HARNESS S/M/G

PLACE

NAME

EXHIBITOR

OWNER

1

ULTIMATE JOE

CHARLIE BROWN

KOCH GERT

2

GLOBAL APPLAUSE (AI)

JUNIOR HUGO

DE JAGER T.

3

JOHNNIE WALKER RED

NIEL VALENTINE

EMBERSON C.P.

Class No.27

CHAMPION AMATEUR FIVE GAITED S/M/G PRESENTED BY A GENTLEMAN

PLACE

NAME

EXHIBITOR

OWNER

1

GREAT DESIGN

PJ KRUGELL

ALFRESCO STABLES

2

HARLEM`S PRINCE CHARMING (AI)

FRANCOIS DERCKSEN

DERCKSEN FRANCOIS

3

ELLIODOR

KIPPIE LOUW

LOUW F.J.

4

SUPREME CLASS

COLIN MOOLMAN

RIVERVIEW STALLE

5

OKALASH ELEGANCE

STOFFIE BOTHA

PRIMGRADIA FAMILIE TRUST

6

METALICA

FANIE VAN AARDT

VAN AARDT

7

MR. EXCELENCE

WILLIE DE JAGER

DE JAGER T.

Class No.28

CHAMPION FIVE GAITED NOVICE HORSE S/M/G

PLACE

NAME

EXHIBITOR

OWNER

1

FOREVER AND A DAY

GLENDA KOEN

PINNIE VAN SCHALKWYK

2

SNEAK A PEEK

JEANNE DE VILLIERS

DE VILLIERS & MEV J.A.

3

ORACLE

KOEKIE DE VILLIERS

CAVALLI STUD

4

ON SPRING TIME

KOBUS KEMP

CONRADIE ERNST

5

WAR SPORT`S LUCKY SHOT

PIERRE HUGO

HUGO P.B.B.

6

COVER STORY

LIZE FROST

DE VILLIERS & MEV J.A.

Class No.29

CHAMPION THREE GAITED S/G 5 YEARS AND OVER

PLACE

NAME

EXHIBITOR

OWNER

1

SS FINAL PROPHECY

CHARL OOSTHUIZEN

HANEKOM JAN

2

ROCK-A-BILLY

WILLIE DE JAGER

DE JAGER T.

3

NEVER SAY NEVER

ATTIE KOEN

ARNOLD NAUDE GESIN

4

LUCKY MASTER

KOOS MAHIFU

VAN BERGEN W.J.

5

JUDGE AND JURY

CHARLIE BROWN

KOCH GERT

Class No.30

CHAMPION AMATEUR FINE HARNESS S/M/G DRIVERS 40 YEARS AND OVER

PLACE

NAME

EXHIBITOR

OWNER

1

NEVER DOUBT ME

NICOLETTE DUNBAR

DUNBAR

2

FRENCH STARFIRE

LUCI NOUWENS

NOUWENS LUCI

3

LIMITED`S JACK OF HEARTS

TERSIA MALAN

MALAN STALLE

4

TRUE STAR

TED GROENEWALD

SPADONE

5

I`M A BELIEVER

KIPPIE LOUW

LOUW F.J.

6

CAPTAIN PLANET

TOMMY FERREIRA

ARMINO

7

FRENCH MEMORIES

JANNIE STEYL

STEYL

8

HIGHLAND CONFESSIONS (AI)

PEET VAN HEERDEN

VAN HEERDEN PEET


Class No.31

CHAMPION FIVE GAITED GELDING 5 YEARS AND OVER

PLACE

NAME

EXHIBITOR

1

ROCKY MOUNTAIN HIGH

ADRIAAN ODENDAAL

DERCKSEN FRANCOIS

SUPREME`S CORTEZ

JUNIOR HUGO

PIENAAR J.J.

2 3

JACQUES WIGGINS

BOTHA

4

CAPTAIN AMERICA

JAFTA STALLENBERG

MULLER

PRINCE O`WAR

KAREN SWANEPOEL

SWANEPOEL KAREN

SA GRAND CHAMPION MARE 3 YEARS AND OVER

PLACE

NAME

EXHIBITOR

OWNER

1

SOMETHING FRENCH

CJ DU PLESSIS

DU PLESSIS C.J.

2

NITE`S MODEL

JULIA JOHNSTON

JOHNSTON JULIA VICWES SAALPERDSTOET

3

BIT OF MAMMA MIA

JOHAN BAKKES

4

THE SKY`S THE LIMET

GODFREY KWSAHU

Class No.34

AFRICA FUTURITY FINE HARNESS S/M/G 3 YEAR OLD

PLACE

NAME

1

DIRTY HARRY

HANTAM SAALPERD STOET

EXHIBITOR

OWNER

NIEL VALENTINE

EMBERSON C.P.

2

SECRET NIGHT

PAUL COETZER

DRÉTO STOET

3

FRENCH BLUE

GLENDA KOEN

NOUWENS LUCI

4

OH SO CLEVER

SANNA BOTHA

BOTHA SANNA

5

MISS SASSY

CJ DU PLESSIS

DU PLESSIS C.J.

6

DJ VOSLOO

ENDEO SAALPERD STOET

7

AFRICA`S COMPASS ROSE

DE WET HUMAN

BRENHINDY

8

HEIR TO TANGO

SEUN ROSEGO

DU PLESSIS FAMILIE TRUST

Class No.35

CHAMPION THREE GAITED PLEASURE HORSE RIDERS 40 YEARS AND OVER

PLACE

GOLDEN KOURNI

NAME

EXHIBITOR

OWNER

1

GOLD I`M TOLD

REINETTE GILIOMEE

KOCH GERT

2

THE KING

JEREMY BOUWER

BOUWER JEREMIA J

3

SHADOW KING

MARINDA BRUWER

VISSER N.M.

4

HIGHLAND DANCES

LIESBETH KRETSCHMER

KRETSCHMER ELISABETH

5

STORM CAPTAIN

RIKA JOUBERT

JOUBERT KWEEKKRAAL BOERDERY

Class No.36

CHAMPION PARK HORSE S/M/G 4 YEARS AND UNDER

PLACE

NAME

EXHIBITOR

OWNER

1

RELIABLE

VICTOR BOTHA

JUHANTHA STALLE

2

RELIABLE

OWNER

5 Class No.33

DIRTY HARRY

YOUNG BOSS

ELRA LOTZ

NOBLE EQUESTRIAN STABLES BK

3

ROLLER`S FLASHBACK

PETRO BOTHA DE WAAL

BOTHA P.

4

DANCING LIGHT

KRISTIE VAN DER WESTHUIZEN

MOUNTAIN VIEW STALLE

5

THE WORLD’S OPEN AIR SADDLEBRED CHAMPIONSHIP SHOW

SOMETHING FRENCH

PERFECT NITE

FRENCH ROYALTY

CJ DU PLESSIS

DU PLESSIS C.J.

6

TANGO`S GLITTER GIRL

ADRI SMITH

BESTERSKRAAL SAALPERDSTOET

7

HIGHLAND`S KNIGHT OF HEARTS

BRANDON ACKERMAN

BOTHA P.

8

IMAGE LOOK

OTTO BEKKERS

WILLIE CONRADIE

ROCKY MOUNTAIN HIGH

THE INTERNATIONAL SHOW HORSE

153


THE WORLD’S OPEN AIR SADDLEBRED CHAMPIONSHIP SHOW

GUTS UNLIMITED

THE GOLDEN TICKET

Class No.37

CHAMPION CHILD`S THREE GAITED NATURAL MANE AND TAIL M/G RIDERS 18 YEARS AND UNDER

PLACE

NAME

EXHIBITOR

1

GUTS UNLIMITED

CHRISTINE NAUDE

-

MY COUNTRY NITE

BIANCA MOLLER

RIX FAMILIE TRUST

2 3

SOMEWHERE IN TIME

NADINE BESTER

WILMAR SAALPERDSTOET

4

KINGSTON

TIMOTHY LIEBENGERG

LIEBENBERG

5

MASTERPIECE ROYAL TREAT

MIGNON SCHNEBEL

CASINO/SCHNEBEL GESIN

6

DESERT LEGEND

WALDO TAYLOR

TAYLOR WALDO C

WILANA WOLFAARDT

WOLFAARDT BOERDERY

7

LORI`S PRINCE TIMING

Class No.38

CHAMPION THREE GAITED HORSE S/M/G LIMITED TO 5 YEAR OLD

PLACE

NAME

EXHIBITOR

OWNER

1

SERIOUSLY PASSION

WILLIE DE JAGER

WILLIE DE JAGER

2

GLORY CLOUD

GLENDA KOEN

ALL ACES SAALPERDSTOET

3

SHAMLA

KOBUS KEMP

PRINSLOO LEANé

4

SIR RICHELIEU

BERTUS PRETORIUS

PRETORIUS ALBERTUS

5

ISLAND ROSE

MARINDA ERASMUS

ERASMUS M.

6

GUCCI GIRL

STEVEN MKOPANE

RIVERVIEW STALLE

7

GEODINE A LEGACY OF EXCELLENCE

INEDINE ALDRICH

GEODINE SAALPERDSTOET

Class No.39

CHAMPION THREE GAITED PLEASURE HORSE RIDERS UNDER 40 YEARS OLD

PLACE

NAME

EXHIBITOR

OWNER

1

THE GOLDEN TICKET

THARINE SCHABORT

JUHANTHA STALLE

2

EASY JACKY EASY

ZANDRE SNYMAN

BOTHA SANNA

3

SS SUB ZERO

ANTOINETTE BOSMAN

ALL ACES SAALPERDSTOET

4

PJ`S SPRING POWER

WILLIE DE JAGER

VAN NIEKERK C.

FREDDIE HENDRIKS

DU PLESSIS ARABEL

5

SOXY LADY

6

FLOATING ON AIR

KRISTIE VAN DER WESTHUIZEN

7

THE SECRET

KAREN SWANEPOEL

KAREN SWANEPOEL

8

SPEEDLING

ANDREA NEL

NEL A.

Class No.40

MOUNTAIN VIEW STALLE

CHAMPION CHILD`S FIVE GAITED NATURAL MANE AND TAIL M/G RIDERS 18 YEARS AND UNDER

PLACE

NAME

EXHIBITOR

OWNER

1

SHREK

CHRISTINE NAUDE

ARNOLD NAUDE GESIN

2

NITE`S CONTENDER

BIANCA MOLLER

RIX FAMILIE TRUST

3

HOLD YOUR BREATH

CARLA CONRADIE

CONRADIE

4

SHREK

OWNER

ASTRONOMICAL

CARLA VAN DER WALT

VAN DER WALT

5

MELT AWAY

DANJE PRETORIUS

TONKIN-BIERING ELRA

Class No.41

CHAMPION FIVE GAITED NATURAL MANE AND TAIL S/M/G 4 YEARS AND UNDER EXHIBITOR

OWNER

1

ST ANTHONY`S PERFECT TOUCH

FANIE VAN AARDT

VAN AARDT

2

PLACE

MOUNTAIN RAMBO

NAME

JAFTA STALLENBERG

VAN DER MERWE F.P.

3

TIME AND THE RIVER

CHARL OOSTHUIZEN

COURCHEVEL SADDLEBREDS

SERIOUSLY PASSION

ST ANTHONY`S PERFECT TOUCH

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THE WORLD’S OPEN AIR SADDLEBRED CHAMPIONSHIP SHOW

SUPREME`S RARE DREAMER

NABRASKA

ULTIMATE CLOUDBURST

EDNA`S STAKE NITE

EXPLOSIVE

Class No.42

CHAMPION THREE GAITED M/G 15.1 HANDS AND UNDER; RIDERS 18 YEARS AND UNDER

PLACE

NAME

EXHIBITOR

OWNER

1

NABRASKA

ELSJE GILIOMEE

KOCH & VAN HEERDEN

2

BENTLEY AND BUGATTI

MARTIN COMPION

COMPION

3

BUCCANEER`S DELIGHT

CARLA KRUGELL

KRUGELL CARLA

4

GRACE KELLY

DANIELLE VILJOEN

ARNOLD NAUDE GESIN

Class No.43

SA CHAMPION YEAR OLD COLT OR FILLY IN HAND

PLACE

NAME

EXHIBITOR

OWNER

1

ULTIMATE CLOUDBURST

CHARL WILKE

WILKE CHARL

2

GIFT`S ELEGANCE

JACK BOYI

VAN BERGEN W.J.

3

T-TIME

CJ DU PLESSIS

DU PLESSIS C.J.

4

SPOLETO`S GIFT

JACK BOYI

VAN BERGEN W.J.

5

GENIUS NITE

JUNIOR MOCKE

DU RAAN L.J.

6

UNEXPECTED SURPRISE

JACK BOYI

VAN BERGEN W.J.

7

MUSIC OF THE NIGHT

CHARL WILKE

WILKE CHARL

8

DESTRUCTION`S FIRST LADY

CHRISTO PANERAS

PANERAS C.

Class No.44

CHAMPION AMATEUR FINE HARNESS NATURAL MANE AND TAIL

PLACE

NAME

EXHIBITOR

OWNER

1

EDNA`S STAKE NITE

TERSIA MALAN

MALAN STALLE

2

PRIME TEMPER

ELANA DEACON

ELSABÉ DEACON

3

CAPTAIN`S CHOICE

CORNE VAN VUUREN

STEYL

4

DON`T PLAY WITH GUNS

JABBIES LOTZ

LOTZ FAMILIE

5

BROADWAY QUEEN

TANYA NIEWOUDT

NIEUWOUDT PHILIP

6

ZANADU

SIRAAZ GASIEP

VAN WYK MARIETA

7

ALLY`S AFRICAN FLING

RIAAN DE WAAL

BOTHA P.

8

MAJAJI

COLLENE FERREIRA

COMLEY N.C.

Class No.45

CHAMPION THREE GAITED HORSE M/G PRESENTED BY A LADY OR GENTLEMAN

PLACE

NAME

EXHIBITOR

OWNER

1

SUPREME`S RARE DREAMER

ELISKA JORDAAN

MOLLER P.J.

2

HEAD OF STATE

ELMARI CILLIERS

CILLIERS ELMARIE

3

WORLD`S TRIPTIQUE

DIRK LOUIS

BURGER T.J.

4

DESSERT EMBLIM

JANNIE STEYL

STEYN JAPIE

5

T-BAG

PAUL COETZER

HUMAN AUTO

6

SULTAN`S QUATRO

STEPHNE KRUGELL

ALFRESCO STABLES

Class No.46

CHAMPION FINE HARNESS PLEASURE HORSE DRIVERS UNDER 40 YEARS

PLACE

NAME

EXHIBITOR

OWNER

1

WATCH ME TONITE

GARLAND POIL

BRIDGEWATERS HORSE PARK

2

LAVOKA

MARIETTE ERASMUS

ERASMUS MARIëTTE

3

NITE`S DOUBLE TAKE

KAREN SWANEPOEL

KAREN SWANEPOEL

4

FUNNY GIRL

JORIANA VAN WYK

WARREN VAN WYK BOERDERY (PTY)

Class No.47

CHAMPION AMATEUR THREE GAITED HORSE PRESENTED BY A GENTLEMAN

PLACE

NAME

EXHIBITOR

OWNER

1

EXPLOSIVE

WILLIE DE JAGER

WILLIE DE JAGER

2

NOBLE`S ADMIRAL

FRANCOIS DERCKSEN

DERCKSEN FRANCOIS

3

MY LAST DUCHESS

KIPPIE LOUW

LOUW F.J.

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HARLEM DIVINE

WARRIOR`S LABARONE

CLOCK-IN

Class No.48 PLACE

OWNER

PAUL TAU

JACQUES PIENAAR & SO VERMEULEN

SUMERI BOTHA

KAMDEBOO

3

FLING`S LADY

JP HUGO

HUGO JP EN SEUNS

4

ILANGA

ALFIE COCKRELL

MARISKA BURGER

ASSIGNED FOR VICTORY

PATRICK VAN DEN HEEVER

VAN BERGEN W.J.

6

GOTCHA`S KING

JOHANNES MAFA

SHAYLEE FAMILIE TRUST

Class No.49

CHAMPION LADIES PARK HORSE NAME

EXHIBITOR

OWNER

1

HARLEM DIVINE

GLENDA KOEN

NOUWENS LUCI

2

COURAGEOUS

ELISKA JORDAAN

DE KLERK

3

TIGERS SIR LANCE

MARITA VAN WYK

VAN WYK MARIETA

4

FRENCH WARRIOR

ELRA TONKIN BIERING

TONKIN-BIERING ELRA

5

DESERT WAR

ZANDRE SNYMAN

SNYMAN MARTHINUS

6

MR LAS VEGAS

MARINDA ERASMUS

ERASMUS M.

Class No.50

CHAMPION FINE HARNESS PLEASURE HORSE DRIVERS 18 YEARS AND UNDER

PLACE

NAME

EXHIBITOR

OWNER

1

CLOCK-IN

GUSTAV COMBRINK

COMBRICK FAMILIE TRUST

2

AFRICAN SUNSET

TIMOTHY LIEBENGERG

LIEBENBERG

3

THE LADY IS FRENCH

KARA LEE VAN DER WATT

VAN DER WATT

4

MISS BRIGADOON

IZEL DU PLESSIS

DU PLESSIS FAMILIE TRUST

Class No.51

CHAMPION AMATEUR FINE HARNESS HORSE PRESENTED BY A GENTLEMAN

PLACE

NAME

EXHIBITOR

OWNER

1

GALLIO`S GHOST STREET

KOBUS VAN DER WALT

VAN DER WALT

2

ABSOLUTELY

RETIEF ROSSOUW

DE VILLIERS MOUTON GARDIOL

3

NUTTIN BUT PERFECT

ROSS MILLIN

NEW LINE SADDLE HORSE STUD

4

PONCHO`S

DRIES MOOLMAN

DRIES MOOLMAN BOERDERY

5

ENTERTAINER

CHARL WILKE

WILKE CHARL

7

WHIPPING MACHINE

ATTIE KOEN

DRIES MOOLMAN BOERDERY

8

RIVERDANCE

Class No.52

CHAMPION SINGLE HARNESS NATURAL MANE AND TAIL S/M/G

PLACE

NAME

ERIK LOMBARD EXHIBITOR

LOMBARD E. OWNER

1

MR IDOL

CHRISTO PANERAS

PANERAS C.

2

PAPPA DON

ALFIE COCKRELL

STAKE NIGHT STABLES

3

KIT MALOY

GLENDA KOEN

CRYSTAL ANVIL STALLE

4

DON ELDORADO

JOHAN MALAN

BARRIE IAN

5

BILLY BOB

SEUN ROSEGO

DU PLESSIS FAMILIE TRUST

6

LADY OF LIGHT

CHARLIE BROWN

KASTEEL SAALPERD STOET

7

SS WASABI

JOHAN BAKKES

VICWES SAALPERDSTOET

8

FLYING BLUE

CHARL OOSTHUIZEN

STEYL

Class No.53

CHAMPION AMATEUR THREE GAITED PARK HORSE S/M/G PRESENTED BY A LADY

PLACE

NAME

EXHIBITOR

OWNER

1

RISING TO GLORY

GARLAND POIL

BRIDGEWATERS HORSE PARK

2

EXPECTATIONS

THARINE SCHABORT

JUHANTHA STALLE

3

GODDESS OF THE NITE

CHARONE HAYWARD

SPADONE

4

SNIPPY`S DELIGHT

DELANDE HUMAN

BRENHINDY

5

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WARRIOR`S LABARONE RUSCKA`S LOVER

PLACE

RISING TO GLORY

NAME

1 2

5

GALLIO`S GHOST STREET

CHAMPION FINE HARNESS HORSE NATURAL MANE AND TAIL S/M/G 5 YEARS AND OVER

FRENCH MEMORIES

CORNE VAN VUUREN

STEYL

6

MR. BIG

MIEKE LE ROUX

LE ROUX MIEKE

7

FRENCH LEGEND

MAREZA VISSER

VISSER F.J.

8

SHADOW KING

MARINDA BRUWER

VISSER N.M.


BELLE FROM HEAVEN

SS HOLY SMOKE

Class No.54

CHAMPION FIVE GAITED M/G 15.1 HANDS AND UNDER; RIDERS 18 YEARS AND UNDER

PLACE

NAME

EXHIBITOR

OWNER

1

BACK FOR MORE

KIPPIE LOUW

LOUW F.J.

2

RED CARD

ILENE BEUKUS

POTGIETER

3

SPRING NITE

DANIELLE VILJOEN

VILJOEN FAMILIE

4

FLEETS WINGS OF GLORY

IZEL DU PLESSIS

DU PLESSIS FAMILIE TRUST

Class No.55

CHAMPION FINE HARNESS S/G 5 YEARS AND OVER

PLACE

NAME

EXHIBITOR

OWNER

1

MEMORABLE NITE

RETIEF ROSSOUW

LE ROSS

2

PRINCE

OTTO BEKKERS

WILLIE CONRADIE

3

THE PROTOTYPE

JUNIOR HUGO

NEW LINE SADDLE HORSE STUD

4

FRENCH ADMIRAL

NIEL VALENTINE

VAN STADEN FAMILIE

5

MASTERPIECE HEIR

PAUL TAU

VILJOEN C.J.

6

EARTH WALKER

CHARLIE BROWN

KOCH GERT

7

SWARTLAND

CHARL OOSTHUIZEN

HANEKOM JAN

8

IMPERIAL COMMANDER

INEDINE ALDRICH

GEODINE SAALPERDSTOET

Class No.56

CHAMPION AMATEUR FIVE GAITED S/M/G PRESENTED BY A LADY OR GENTLEMAN

PLACE

NAME

EXHIBITOR

OWNER

1

NITE OF CLOUDS

REZANI SCHOLTZ

SCHOLTZ

2

VIVA LA VIDA

JACO VENTER

VENTER JACO

3

THE BARON

JACQUES STRYDOM

HUMAN AUTO

4

MYSTIFY

JEANNE DE VILLIERS

CAVALLI STUD

5

BARRICHELLO

RETIEF ROSSOUW

DE VILLIERS MOUTON GARDIOL

6

SUPREME CLASS

COLIN MOOLMAN

RIVERVIEW STALLE

7

HIGH SPEED

MARY-ANN LOVEMORE

CURT LOVEMORE FARMING

8

TARQUINE TIYARA

MIKE BRUMMER

BRUMMER MIKE

Class No.57

CHAMPION THREE GAITED PARK HORSE S/M/G PRESENTED BY A LADY OR GENTLEMAN

PLACE

NAME

EXHIBITOR

OWNER

1

BELLE FROM HEAVEN

JUNIOR HUGO

NEW LINE SADDLE HORSE STUD

2

GUTSY DEVIL

NIEL VALENTINE

OBERHOLZER

3

BONJOUR

DEJANE POIL

BRIDGEWATERS HORSE PARK

4

MAMMA`S CHOICE

PHILIP PIEK

PIEK P.J.

5

CHERRY TOWN

PETRO BOTHA DE WAAL

BOTHA P.

6

SOMETHING FRENCH

CJ DU PLESSIS

DU PLESSIS C.J.

7

MR GRINGO

JP HUGO

RIX W.S.

8

THE DAY WALKER

ELRA LOTZ

LOTZ FAMILIE

Class No.58

CHAMPION AMATEUR THREE GAITED HORSE M/G PRESENTED BY A LADY

PLACE

NAME

EXHIBITOR

OWNER

1

VIVA TONITE

MADRIE VAN HUYSTEEN

DRIES DU PREEZ FAMILIE TRUST

2

FEARLESS BELIEVER

MARY-ANN LOVEMORE

CURT LOVEMORE FARMING

3

WILD TREASURE

ELIZABETH MEINTJIES

GREVELINK C.C.

4

KING`S EYE CANDY

GERTRUDE SWANEVELDER

BOTHA P.

5

EXCLUSIVE SECRET

NINI VAN DEVENTER

VAN BERGEN W.J.

6

ROLLER`S CADILLAC

GERDA VERMAAK

VIVIERS ELLA

6

ROLLER`S CADILLAC

GERDA VERMAAK

VIVIERS ELLA

Class No.59

CHAMPION FIVE GAITED HORSE M/G PRESENTED BY A LADY

PLACE

NAME

EXHIBITOR

OWNER

1

SS HOLY SMOKE

ZANDRE SNYMAN

SNYMAN ZANDRI

2

TOUCH THE WIND

SALLY MCNAUGHTON

WILLOW TREE SADDLEBREDS

3

WOLF`S FLAME

CORNE VAN VUUREN

STEYL

4

STRIKING TOUCH

MAREZA VISSER

MAREZA VISSER EN GESIN

5

THE QUEENS BUTLER

PETRO BOTHA DE WAAL

BOTHA P.

6

TRUE SPIRIT

NATASJA LOTTER

VAN AARDT

7

PEARL HART

INEDINE ALDRICH

GEODINE SAALPERDSTOET

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MEMORABLE NITE

VIVA TONITE

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MR WORLD`S APRILLA

SA`S ASSIGNMENT

WAR`S X FACTOR

Class No.60

CHAMPION AMATEUR SINGLE HARNESS S/M/G

PLACE

NAME

EXHIBITOR

OWNER

1

MR WORLD`S APRILLA

DE WET HUMAN

BRENHINDY

2

AL ROYAL LADY

WALEED BARRIES

I & F MAJIET

3

SPACE DRIVE

KOBUS VAN DER WALT

VAN DER WALT

4

CANAVARAL`S KALASH

JACO VENTER

DU TOIT THYS

5

CABANNA`S MALINKE

TED GROENEWALD

SPADONE

6

RADJA

TOMMY FERREIRA

VICWES SAALPERDSTOET

7

WAR SPORT`S LUCKY SHOT

PIERRE HUGO

HUGO P.B.B.

8

FOLLOW YOUR DREAM

CHARNEE LE ROUX

BROWN J.C.

Class No.61

CHAMPION THREE GAITED MARE 5 YEARS AND OVER

PLACE

NAME

EXHIBITOR

OWNER

1

SA`S ASSIGNMENT

TRUDA-MARIE KOORTZEN

VAN BERGEN W.J.

2

GUCCI GIRL

STEVEN MKOPANE

RIVERVIEW STALLE

3

SUCCESFUL RAID

JANKE SMAL

SMAL

4

PREMIER ENCHANTMENT

INEDINE ALDRICH

GEODINE SAALPERDSTOET

5

MODEL ASSIGNMENT

KAREN SWANEPOEL

KAREN SWANEPOEL

6

BONNIE LASS

MIKE BRUMMER

BRUMMER MIKE

Class No.62

CHAMPION AMATEUR FINE HARNESS M/G PRESENTED BY A LADY

PLACE

NAME

EXHIBITOR

OWNER

1

WAR`S X FACTOR

LIESBETH KRETSCHMER

KRETSCHMER ELISABETH

2

HARLEM`S GREAT BALLS OF FIRE

LUCI NOUWENS

NOUWENS LUCI

3

MANDARIN`S DELIGHT

NICOLETTE SMITH

JUHANTHA STALLE

4

BROADWAY SUPREME

JOHANNA DU TOIT

MAJIET

5

FRENCH SAMURAJ

SONJA HELLINGER

COURCHEVEL SADDLEBREDS

6

LIMITED`S JACK OF HEARTS

TERSIA MALAN

MALAN STALLE

7

OKALASH`S JOHN WEST

ELSA PIENAAR

MARIËTTE ERASMUS

8

JAMES BOND AGAIN

AUDREY MYBURGH

SHAYLEE FAMILIE TRUST

Class No.63

CHAMPION FIVE GAITED STALLION 5 YEARS AND OVER

PLACE

NAME

EXHIBITOR

OWNER

1

RISING MUSIC

IRENE VANDER WESTHUIZEN

MOUNTAIN VIEW STALLE

2

ON CLOUD NINE

KOEKIE DE VILLIERS

DE VILLIERS & MEV J.A.

3

ST` ANTHONY

CJ DU PLESSIS

DU PLESSIS C.J.

Class No.65

CHAMPION THREE GAITED PLEASURE HORSE RIDERS 12 YEARS AND UNDER

PLACE

NAME

EXHIBITOR

OWNER

1

CLOCK-IN

GUSTAV COMBRINK

COMBRICK FAMILIE TRUST

2

SECRET SHOT

ANSHIA ROTHMAN

ROTHMANN ANSHIA

3

WILD COUNTRY

KARINE JOUBERT

JOUBERT KWEEKKRAAL BOERDERY

4

WILD TOWER

FRANCOIS DERCKSEN

DERCKSEN FRANCOIS

5

RAINBOW WATCH

GUNTER COMBRINCK

BOTHA P.

6

FLASHY

JACO COETZER

COETZER

7

JUST ONE LOOK

NICOLA VAN ZYL

KEMP LOUIS Class No.60

RISING MUSIC

CLOCK-IN

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BOLD ONE

MATCH DUEL

NEIGHBOUR WATCH

MR FREEDOM HALL

CANDY CANE

Class No.66

CHAMPION WALK/TROT CHILDS RIDING HORSE RIDERS 8 YEARS AND UNDER

PLACE

NAME

EXHIBITOR

OWNER

1

MATCH DUEL

KOBUS VAN DER WALT

VAN DER WALT

2

AL-PASADENA

LIEHANE MARITZ

MARITZ LIEHANI

3

CLASSIC TIMES

JAC CILLIERS

CILLIERS MINETTE

4

WAR STREET

MINKE HUGO

HUGO JUNIOR

5

WHAT`S ON

MIEKE KOTZE

KOTZE

6

TRUE BELIEVER

HANNAH-MARI VAN WYK

-

7

AL SLICE AND DICE

MARLI FOURIE

COETZEE

Class No.67

CHAMPION THREE GAITED HORSE NATURAL MANE AND TAIL S/M/G 5 YEARS AND OVER

PLACE

NAME

EXHIBITOR

OWNER

1

NEIGHBOUR WATCH

VICTOR BOTHA

VICWES SAALPERDSTOET

2

I`M A RICHMAN

GLENDA KOEN

ARNOLD NAUDE GESIN

3

WHAT A CATCH

PAUL TAU

DRIES MOOLMAN BOERDERY

4

TOUCH THE SUN

ELISKA JORDAAN

MAREE F.P.S.

5

SUPREME`S CUPPUCCINO

NIEL VALENTINE

HENDRICKS

6

CENTRESTAGE

JUNIOR HUGO

SUNVALLEY STUD

7

SS WASABI

ANNELISCHA BAKKES

VICWES SAALPERDSTOET

8

CALL ME HOT SHOT

FREDDIE HENDRIKS

LOCHNER ROSSOUW

Class No.68

CHAMPION FIVE GAITED PLEASURE HORSE M/G RIDERS 14 YEARS AND UNDER

PLACE

NAME

EXHIBITOR

OWNER

1

MR FREEDOM HALL

BE-ANE COMPION

COMPION MARTIN

2

MAX`S STOLEN MOMENT

KAELA HALLATT

HALLATT

3

GAMBIT

CHRISTINE NAUDE

NAUDE A. F.

4

HARLEM`S SHOOTING STAR

MIGNON SCHNEBEL

CASINO/SCHNEBEL GESIN

5

NEW STYLE

MARZAAN VISSER

MAREZA VISSER EN GESIN

6

SS SMOKE ON THE WATER

TIAAN FOURIE

KAMDEBOO

7

PRETTY IN PINK

HANDRE VISSER

OLIVIER BOERDERY

Class No.69

CHAMPION SINGLE HARNESS S/G 5 YEARS AND OVER

PLACE

NAME

EXHIBITOR

OWNER

1

BOLD ONE

JACO VENTER

VENTER JACO

2

SPACE BUTTER

JACQUES WIGGINS

VAN DER WALT

3

SEIZE THE NITE

DIRK CLAASSENS

BRIDGEWATERS HORSE PARK

4

WHATABOUT SPIRIT

CHARLIE BROWN

MULLER

5

THE LAST REMEMBERENCE

ANDRIES BOOYSEN

VISSER N.M.

6

ASSIGNMENTS ILMONDO

ALFIE COCKRELL

MARISKA BURGER

7

TAMAGOTCHI J EN B

BERTUS DU PLESSIS

ROOI JOZEPH SAALPERD STOET

Class No.70

CHAMPION WALK/TROT CHILDS RIDING HORSE RIDERS 10 YEARS AND UNDER

PLACE

NAME

EXHIBITOR

OWNER

1

CANDY CANE

DUANE COETZER

COETZER

2

STAR OF MINE

CHANETTE JANSE VAN VUUREN

JANSE VAN VUUREN CHANETTE

3

STAR STRIKE

HENRY KOTZE

KOCH GERT

4

ELEGANT WAYS

LARISSA SCHOLTZ

SCHOLTZ

5

STAR DANCE

MEGAN SCHNEBEL

CASINO/SCHNEBEL GESIN

6

AL VENTURA

LISA VISSER

VAN DEVENTER J.

7

THE BIG HUNK

MARZAAN VISSER

BADENHORST

8

CABANNAS MR LABAMBA

LENE STEYL

STEYL

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MUDDY AFFAIR

GRAN TORINO

CLASSIC DREAM

NITE`S MUSE

NEW STYLE

162 THE INTERNATIONAL SHOW HORSE

Class No.72

CHAMPION FIVE GAITED NATURAL MANE AND TAIL S/M/G 5 YEARS AND OVER

PLACE

NAME

EXHIBITOR

OWNER

1

GRAN TORINO

HANLO SMITH

JUHANTHA STALLE

2

HIGHLAND HAWK

GLENDA KOEN

DIXON R.W.

3

MR BO-TIE

ANDRIES BOOYSEN

MEYER INA

4

ZENSATION

ANIKE LOUW

LOUW F.J.

5

FLYING BLUE

CHARL OOSTHUIZEN

STEYL

6

THE QUEENS BUTLER

BRANDON ACKERMAN

BOTHA P.

7

WAR FELLOW

JOHAN BAKKES

VICWES SAALPERDSTOET

8

ASSIGNMENT`S ROYAL ASSET

LIZA GERBER

C & F STALLE

Class No.73

CHAMPION FIVE GAITED CHILDS RIDING HORSE RIDERS 11-14 YEARS

PLACE

NAME

EXHIBITOR

OWNER

1

NITE`S MUSE

MARICHEM PIEK

COMPION MARTIN

2

CHAMP

PIETER NEL JNR

DANÉL

3

MELT AWAY

DANJE PRETORIUS

TONKIN-BIERING ELRA

4

MR MCBEAL

WERNO ROODT

ROODT WERNO

Class No.75

CHAMPION THREE GAITED PARK HORSE S/M/G - LIMITED TO 5 YEAR OLD

PLACE

NAME

EXHIBITOR

OWNER

1

TOWN`S TOUCHDOWN

PETRO BOTHA DE WAAL

BOTHA P.

2

DD`S REDEMPTION

HANLO SMITH

JUHANTHA STALLE

3

GOLDEN DREAMS

JEAN CILLIERS

MOUNTAIN VIEW STALLE

4

HEAVEN`S BIRTHDAY SURPRISE

JUNIOR HUGO

WILLOW TREE SADDLEBREDS

5

JACK-A-JELICO

ZANDRE SNYMAN

BOTHA SANNA

6

CONFIDENCE IN MOTION

VICTOR BOTHA

JUHANTHA STALLE

7

SPANISH JIVE

GLENDA KOEN

NOUWENS LUCI

8

THE DAY WALKER

ELRA LOTZ

LOTZ FAMILIE

Class No.76

CHAMPION THREE GAITED CHILDS RIDING HORSE RIDERS 12 YEARS AND UNDER

PLACE

NAME

EXHIBITOR

OWNER

1

MUDDY AFFAIR

KIARA LOUW

LOUW KIARA

2

SIR CLIFF

FRANS MOOLMAN

DRIES MOOLMAN BOERDERY

3

ONE DREAM

FRANCOIS DERCKSEN

DERCKSEN FRANCOIS

4

ABOVE AND BEYOND

PIETER NEL JNR

DANÉL

5

RUMOURS OF GLORY

MELANDI BOOYSEN

TELENE VISSER MIMOSA STALLE

6

STAND BY ME

ANSU DE JAGER

KEMP LOUIS

7

OLYMPIC HEIR

TIAAN FOURIE

FOURIE FAMILIE

8

MISS LEE O` LEE

MARI DU RAAN

DU RAAN STABLES

Class No.1074

CHAMPION WALK/TROT PLEASURE HORSE RIDERS 10 YEARS AND UNDER

PLACE

NAME

EXHIBITOR

OWNER

1

NEW STYLE

MARZAAN VISSER

MAREZA VISSER EN GESIN

2

BEAUS MASTER`S

GABRIELLE HALL

HALL M.

3

MIGHTY CAPTAIN

SIETSKE MOOLMAN

DE KLERK N.D.

4

MOMENT OF TRUTH

LEANDRI SCHOEMAN

SCHOEMAN

5

CAPTAIN`S PAINTED WARRIOR

ANTONI FERREIRA

BLOEM W.F.

6

PERFECT EXPOSURE

HANDRE MARITZ

MARITZ

7

BEAUTY STAR

MARINETTE VAN WYK

VAN WYK MARIETA

8

RAINBOW MAN

LARISSA SCHOLTZ

SCHOLTZ


NITE SPRING BOY

UNFORGETTABLE NITE

TICKET TO RIDE

Class No.77

CHAMPION CHILDS PARK HORSE M/G RIDERS 14 YEARS AND UNDER (QUALIFY)

PLACE

NAME

EXHIBITOR

OWNER

1

AFRICA`S SPIDER MAN

ANNIKA SMITH

SCHOEMAN B.

2

GUTS UNLIMITED

CHRISTINE NAUDE

-

3

EPONA

GISELLE STRYDOM

HUMAN AUTO

4

DOM PERIGNON

JUNIKA HUGO

PANERAS C.

5

WEE PEE`S ELEGANCE

JOHANDRI VISSER

VISSER

6

MASTERPIECE ROYAL TREAT

MIGNON SCHNEBEL

CASINO/SCHNEBEL GESIN

7

FRENCH LEGEND

HANDRE VISSER

VISSER F.J.

8

COUNTRY COMFORT

MARI DU RAAN

JANSEN VAN VUUREN STEFAN

Class No.78

CHAMPION AMATEUR THREE GAITED HORSE NATURAL MANE AND TAIL S/M/G

PLACE

NAME

EXHIBITOR

OWNER

1

SOMEWHERE IN TIME

NICOLE BESTER

WILMAR SAALPERDSTOET

2

CAPTAIN`S CHOICE

CORNE VAN VUUREN

STEYL

3

GUTSY DEVIL

VANESSA ROSSAM

OBERHOLZER

4

DON`T PLAY WITH GUNS

ELRA LOTZ

LOTZ FAMILIE

5

ILANGA

THOMAS BEUKUS

MARISKA BURGER

6

GRETSKY

MAGRIET WEHRMEYER

WEHRMEYER MARIUS

7

FRENCH SAMURAJ

SONJA HELLINGER

COURCHEVEL SADDLEBREDS

8

CANVAS GIRL

THARINE SCHABORT

JUHANTHA STALLE

Class No.79

CHAMPION FIVE GAITED PLEASURE HORSE M/G RIDERS 18 YEARS AND UNDER

PLACE

NAME

EXHIBITOR

OWNER

1

NITE SPRING BOY

CARLA RIX

SPADONE

2

TANQUA`S HANDSOME WARRIOR

CHRISTIAAN THEUNISSEN

B & S TRUST

3

HOLLYWOOD BOULEVARD

ANJE DERCKSEN

DERCKSEN FRANCOIS

4

SS THE ONE + ONLY

TIMOTHY LIEBENGERG

LIEBENBERG

5

PETER THE WOLF

INGE WESSELS

WESSELS INGE

6

CROCODILE TOY

BIANCA MOLLER

MöLLER BIANCA

7

O`LEE`S DEUL

AZRAA SALASA

-

8

PLAYED AN ACE

ZANKI BOTHA

KAMDEBOO

Class No.80

CHAMPION COUNTRY PLEASURE DRIVING HORSE

PLACE

NAME

EXHIBITOR

OWNER

1

UNFORGETTABLE NITE

GARLAND POIL

BRIDGEWATERS HORSE PARK

2

MAX A MILLION

COENIE SIECKERS

COURCHEVEL SADDLEBREDS

3

GENERAL`S COMMAND

ELRA LOTZ

NOBLE EQUESTRIAN STABLES BK

4

JACK-A-LISTICK

SANNA BOTHA

BOTHA SANNA

4

JACK-A-LISTICK

SANNA BOTHA

BOTHA SANNA

5

RARE ADMIRAL

BIANCA MOLLER

MOLLER

6

UNCLE PAT

KATHY WARD

DU PLESSIS C.J.

7

CATHERINE FRENCH

LUCI NOUWENS

NOUWENS LUCI

8

SEA SHEPHERD

JOHNNY HIPKIN

HIPKIN CELESTE

Class No.81

CHAMPION CHILDS PARK HORSE M/G RIDERS 18 YEARS AND UNDER (QUALIFY)

PLACE

NAME

EXHIBITOR

OWNER

1

MAMMA`S CHOICE

MARICHEM PIEK

PIEK P.J.

2

CARPATHIA

CHANIKA LABUSCHAGNE

TONKIN SAALPERDSTOET

3

FOO FIGHTER

MARIECHEN GOEDHARS

VAN DER WALT

4

MY NAME IS “JACK”

LIZERESE JANSE VAN RENSBURG

JANSE VAN RENSBURG LIZERESE

5

MR IDOL

IANE FERREIRA

PANERAS C.

6

KINGSTON

TIMOTHY LIEBENGERG

LIEBENBERG

7

DREAMCATCHER

ZANKI BOTHA

BOTHA

8

MY COUNTRY NITE

BIANCA MOLLER

RIX FAMILIE TRUST

Class No.82

CHAMPION THREE GAITED CHILDS RIDING HORSE RIDERS 14 YEARS AND UNDER

PLACE

NAME

EXHIBITOR

OWNER

1

TICKET TO RIDE

ANNIKA SMITH

PIET BURGER

2

TOUCH THE EDGE

DANJE PRETORIUS

DANJE PRETORIUS

3

HIGHWAY TO HEAVEN

SHENE ROSSOUW

LE ROSS

4

CLOUDY SKIES

CHRISTINE NAUDE

TIBSHRAENG P.

5

DREAM`S BLACK DIAMOND

DRIES VISSER

VISSER HANDRE

6

MANASSEH

CAILIN NEL

DU TOIT HENRY

7

FIGHT NIGHT

BE-ANE COMPION

COMPION

8

FEVER PITCH

NARIKE HOFT

MARALÉ HOFT

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SOMEWHERE IN TIME

AFRICA`S SPIDER MAN

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NITE`S CONTENDER

STORMY SKY

Class No.83

CHAMPION WALK/TROT PARK HORSE RIDERS 10 YEARS AND UNDER

PLACE

NAME

EXHIBITOR

OWNER

1

GALLIO`S FLINDER STREET

ALEIT STANDER

STANDER SANET

2

DON`T PLAY WITH GUNS

FJ LOTZ

LOTZ FAMILIE

3

GENERAL`S PARADE

LEONNE LOTZ

VILJOEN ANGELIC

4

MASTERPIECE WARRIOR

SIETSKE MOOLMAN

BOUWER JEREMIA J

Class No.84

CHAMPION THREE GAITED NATURAL MANE AND TAIL S/M/G 4 YEARS AND UNDER

PLACE

NAME

EXHIBITOR

OWNER

1

PISTOL ANNIE

VICTOR BOTHA

JUHANTHA STALLE

2

ROLLER`S FLASHBACK

PETRO BOTHA DE WAAL

BOTHA P.

3

WEE PEE`S PRINCESS

ALLIE VAN SCHALKWYK

VAN SCHALKWYK PIET

4

IMAGE LOOK

WALDO TAYLOR

WILLIE CONRADIE

5

BERRY BE

STEVEN MKOPANE

VAN BERGEN W.J.

6

JOHN SNOW

ALFIE COCKRELL

DRIES MOOLMAN BOERDERY

7

PERFECT NITE

ELRA TONKIN BIERING

NOBLE EQUESTRIAN STABLES BK

8

HIGHLAND`S KNIGHT OF HEARTS

BRANDON ACKERMAN

BOTHA P.

Class No.85

CHAMPION FIVE GAITED CHILDS RIDING HORSE RIDERS 16 YEARS AND UNDER

PLACE

NAME

EXHIBITOR

OWNER

1

NITE`S CONTENDER

BIANCA MOLLER

RIX FAMILIE TRUST

2

THAT`S MY WAY

ANJE DERCKSEN

DERCKSEN FRANCOIS

3

SS WHO`S WHO?

LIRIEZE JANSE VAN RENSBURG

JANSE VAN RENSBURG LIZERESE

4

CHOSEN ONE

AMORE MOLLER

MöLLER BIANCA

5

NEW YORK NITE

MILA OLIVIER

OLIVIER BOERDERY

6

SUPREME`S UNDER DISCUSSION

MARIECHEN GOEDHARS

GOEDHALS J.J.

7

BIT OF HELL

CHRISTIAAN THEUNISSEN

THEUNISSEN TRUST

Class No.86

CHAMPION AMATEUR THREE GAITED PARK HORSE S/M/G PRESENTED BY A GENTLEMAN

PLACE

NAME

EXHIBITOR

OWNER

1

STORMY SKY

WILLIE DE JAGER

DE JAGER T.

2

BLACK ASSIGNMENT

ATTIE KOEN

WILLOW TREE SADDLEBREDS

3

MASTER TIME

JACO VENTER

VENTER JACO

4

SCHARLIMANN

CHARL WILKE

WILKE CHARL

5

FRENCH ROYALTY

CHAREL DU PLESSIS

DU PLESSIS C.J.

6

MILLITARY SECRET

MIKE BRUMMER

BRUMMER MIKE

Class No.87

CHAMPION THREE GAITED PLEASURE HORSE RIDERS 18 YEARS AND UNDER

PLACE

NAME

EXHIBITOR

OWNER

1

SHADES OF NITE

CARLA RIX

RIX H.

2

KING DROGBA

NADINE BESTER

WILMAR SAALPERDSTOET

3

MY TIME

WALDO TAYLOR

TAYLOR WALDO C

4

HANDSOME AMBASSADOR

CHRISTIAAN THEUNISSEN

THEUNISSEN TRUST

5

ROLLING THUNDER

JANEY KRIGE

KRIGE JANIE

6

THE LADY IS FRENCH

KARA LEE VAN DER WATT

VAN DER WATT

7

RAVING RAMBLER

MARCEL VAN STADEN

VAN STADEN FAMILIE

8

STORY`S TIME TO DANCE

IZABETH SMIT

RACHEL MANOLAS

Class No.88

CHAMPION FIVE GAITED HORSE S/M/G LIMITED TO 5 YEAR OLD

PLACE

NAME

EXHIBITOR

OWNER

1

SONG OF GRACE

CJ DU PLESSIS

DU PLESSIS C.J.

2

FRENCH CONQUERER

PAUL TAU

REYNEKE GIDEON

3

UNLIMITED GLORY

DELANDE HUMAN

BRENHINDY

4

ROYAL WHIP

ALFIE COCKRELL

DRIES MOOLMAN BOERDERY

5

MANTÉ JIVE

KOEKIE DE VILLIERS

LOMBARD WENTZEL

6

ROYAL TEMPTATIONS

STEVEN MKOPANE

RIVERVIEW STALLE

7

ALOHA`S PRIDE

JAN KOK

DU RAAN STABLES

GALLIO`S FLINDER STREET

SONG OF GRACE

164 THE INTERNATIONAL SHOW HORSE


THE WORLD’S OPEN AIR SADDLEBRED CHAMPIONSHIP SHOW

BROADWAY QUEEN

SULTAN`S SOLITAIRE

MY LAST DUCHESS

KING COBRA

SPACE SPIDER

Class No.89

CHAMPION FIVE GAITED PLEASURE HORSE S/M/G PRESENTED BY A LADY OR GENTLEMAN

PLACE

NAME

EXHIBITOR

OWNER

1

SULTAN`S SOLITAIRE

ATTIE KOEN

VAN DER MERWE I.J.

2

STREET WISE GUY

NICOLETTE DUNBAR

DUNBAR

3

DANCE IN THE CLOUDS

DENIELLE DERCKSEN

DERCKSEN FRANCOIS

4

MOLLO MOLLO

MARGUERITE ODENDAL

LE ROUX MARGUERITE

5

COCKTAILS WINTERS GIRL

PJ KRUGELL

ALFRESCO STABLES

6

HAWK EYE

GREAME FALCK

COURCHEVEL SADDLEBREDS

7

GREAT GLITTER

JEREMY BOUWER

BOUWER JEREMIA J

8

SHA OF KENTUCKY

DEIDRE DU TOIT

DE BEER

Class No.90

CHAMPION THREE GAITED CHILDS RIDING HORSE RIDERS 18 YEARS AND UNDER

PLACE

NAME

EXHIBITOR

OWNER

1

MY LAST DUCHESS

ANIKE LOUW

LOUW F.J.

2

DREAMY NITE

CARLA RIX

BRIDGEWATERS HORSE PARK

3

KING OF THE RING

CARLA KRUGELL

DE KLERK

4

SHOW DOWN

TSEDISHO MAHIFU

RIVERVIEW STALLE

5

GLORY`S TOLD YOU SO

TINEKE VAN ZYL

TERRA AQUA GROUP

Class No.91

CHAMPION AMATEUR FIVE GAITED HORSE M/G PRESENTED BY A LADY

PLACE

NAME

EXHIBITOR

OWNER

1

KING COBRA

CHRISTIEN STRYDOM

STRYDOM C.F.

2

BLUE FEVER

RONEL BEUKES

DRIES DU PREEZ FAMILIE TRUST

3

CAPTAIN SPOCK

GERTRUDE HENDRICKS

BOTHA P.

4

ASSIGNMENT`S NO LIMITS

TRUDA-MARIE KOORTZEN

VAN BERGEN W.J.

5

CALIGULA

NATASJA LOTTER

LöTTER NATASJA

6

HEAVEN`S SUGARMAN

CORNE VAN VUUREN

STEYL

7

FOREVER AND A DAY

PINNIE VAN SCHALKWYK

PINNIE VAN SCHALKWYK

8

YOUNG BOSS

FEARIKA BOTHA

BOTHA

Class No.92

CHAMPION THREE GAITED CHILDS RIDING HORSE RIDERS 16 YEARS AND UNDER

PLACE

NAME

EXHIBITOR

OWNER

1

SPACE SPIDER

ANJE DERCKSEN

WILMAR SAALPERDSTOET

2

DARK EMPEROR

ZONNIKA CILLIERS

CILLIERS ELMARIE

3

TIGER STAR

AMORE MOLLER

MöLLER BIANCA

4

TIM`S APPLAUSE

SHAYLEE MYBURGH

SHAYLEE FAMILIE TRUST

5

GREAT JC

IANE FERREIRA

PANERAS C.

6

FLASHING THUNDER

GIZELLE UYS

ANDRé SWANEPOEL

7

FIFTY SHADES OF WAR

TIMOTHY LIEBENGERG

LIEBENBERG

8

ACHILLES OF TROY

CHRISTIAAN THEUNISSEN

VAN DER WALT

Class No.93

CHAMPION AMATEUR FINE HARNESS HORSE DRIVERS UNDER 40 YEARS

PLACE

NAME

EXHIBITOR

OWNER

1

BROADWAY QUEEN

TANYA NIEWOUDT

NIEUWOUDT PHILIP

2

ZANADU

SIRAAZ GASIEP

VAN WYK MARIETA

3

BROADWAY SUPREME

SEDICK GASIEP

MAJIET

4

CHICAGO

MORNE VAN STADEN

VAN STADEN FAMILIE

5

JOY BURST

INEDINE ALDRICH

GEODINE SAALPERDSTOET

6

COCKTAILS AND CANDY

WILENE WIGGEL

VAN ROOYEN WILENE

7

SQUARE CIRCLE

LIZE FROST

LOMBARD WENTZEL

8

ROSEMAR`S WARRIOR

ELANA DEACON

BORNMAN JNR S.A.

THE INTERNATIONAL SHOW HORSE

165


THE WORLD’S OPEN AIR SADDLEBRED CHAMPIONSHIP SHOW

FINAL STAND

TWILIGHT NITE

SPARTAN SUPREME

THE MAJESTY

UNCLE CLARENS

166 THE INTERNATIONAL SHOW HORSE

Class No.94

CHAMPION FIVE GAITED CHILD’S RIDING HORSE RIDERS 18 YEARS AND UNDER

PLACE

NAME

EXHIBITOR

OWNER

1

TWILIGHT NITE

ILENE BEUKUS

IDENTITY

2

THE BIG FRENCH

CHANIKA LABUSCHAGNE

OLIVIER

3

NITE SONG

MARCEL VAN STADEN

VAN STADEN FAMILIE

4

NO SURRENDER

CARLA RIX

GREVELINK C.C.

5

SHE`S MY DESIRE

ANIKE LOUW

LOUW F.J.

6

SUMMER WIND

MARTIN COMPION

COMPION M.G.

7

SPRING NITE

DANIELLE VILJOEN

VILJOEN FAMILIE

Class No.95

CHAMPION FIVE GAITED HORSE S/M/G PRESENTED BY A LADY OR GENTLEMAN

PLACE

NAME

EXHIBITOR

OWNER

1

SPARTAN SUPREME

NIEL VALENTINE

DRIES MOOLMAN BOERDERY

2

BIG PRIDE

JUNIOR HUGO

DIE DERCKSEN FAMILIE TRUST

3

DOC TJ

DIRK LOUIS

TERRA AQUA GROUP

4

ALL FIRED UP

KOEKIE DE VILLIERS

VAN ZYL

5

FLEETS WINGS OF GLORY

JOMARI DU PLESSIS

DU PLESSIS FAMILIE TRUST

6

MOJIVE`S MAGIC

PIETER NEL

DANÉL

7

AL PETITE

JUNIOR MOCKE

JUNIOR MOCKE STABLES

8

THUNDER CLOUD

DIRK CLAASSENS

VICWES SAALPERDSTOET

Class No.97

SA CHAMPION 2 YEAR OLD COLT IN HAND

PLACE

NAME

EXHIBITOR

OWNER

1

FINAL STAND

ADRI SMITH

BESTERSKRAAL SAALPERDSTOET

2

MOONDANCE

RAYMOND GEITJIIE

VAN HEERDEN PEET

3

BRAKE THE BONDAGE

PATRICK VAN DEN HEEVER

VAN BERGEN W.J.

4

FLEET FLASH

JACK BOYI

VAN BERGEN W.J.

5

TITANIUM

CJ DU PLESSIS

DU PLESSIS C.J.

6

THE BOY ROCKS

FRANS PIENAAR

LOUWRENS

7

JUDGE ADMIRAL

JIMMY ANDREAS

W. BEUKES & W. COETSEE

Class No.98

LEAD REIN RIDERS WALK 7 YEARS AND UNDER - WALK

PLACE

NAME

EXHIBITOR

OWNER

1

THE MAJESTY

JULIET MYBURGH

ARNOLD NAUDE GESIN

2

AFRICAN THUNDER

CHANI VORSTER

BELLA VISTA TRUST

3

CHIPOLINO

ANDRE LOTZ

HOOD NICOLE

4

SIR CLIFF

JANA VALENTINE

DRIES MOOLMAN BOERDERY

5

MY TIME

MIA CONRADIE

TAYLOR WALDO C

6

DIAMOND LOCKER

ETHAN JONES

ARIEL JONES

Class No.99

LEAD REIN RIDERS WALK 7 YEARS AND UNDER - WALK & TROT

PLACE

NAME

EXHIBITOR

OWNER

1

GOLD I`M TOLD

MARLIE VAN HEERDEN

KOCH GERT

2

OKALASH`S HANDSOME PRIVATE

THYS VAN DER WALT

THEUNISSEN TRUST

3

CHIPOLINO

ELRIE LOTZ

HOOD NICOLE

4

AL VENTURA

ERNST VISSER (JNR)

VAN DEVENTER J.

5

AFRICAN THUNDER

CHANI VORSTER

BELLA VISTA TRUST

6

PRIDE AND GLORY

ZIETSKE SWIEGERS

SMITH S.A.

7

LOVELY BOY

JOHANNE KLOPPERS

VAN DER WALT

8

ROLLER`S CADILLAC

KYLE VERMAAK

VIVIERS ELLA

Class No.100

CHAMPION THREE GAITED PLEASURE HORSE RIDERS 14 YEARS AND UNDER EQUITATION

PLACE

NAME

EXHIBITOR

OWNER

1

UNCLE CLARENS

MIGNON SCHNEBEL

CASINO/SCHNEBEL GESIN

2

CLASSIC DREAM

CHRISTINE NAUDE

ARNOLD NAUDE GESIN

3

HEAVEN`S GENIUS

LANA JAMNECK

BORCHERDS GEORGE

4

PRETTY IN PINK

ELLIE OLIVIER

OLIVIER BOERDERY

4

PRETTY IN PINK

ELLIE OLIVIER

OLIVIER BOERDERY

5

BOY`S TOWN

BRONWYN SHIEL

KRIGE ADRI

6

JUST ONE LOOK

NICOLA VAN ZYL

KEMP LOUIS

7

FORTUNATE JACK

RICHARD SMITH

DIANDRA BEITENDACH

8

SEWE`S TOP SECRET

ALEXJA COETZEE

COETZEE


DON`T PLAY WITH GUNS

NOVEMBER PRIDE

Class No.101

SA CHAMPION SHOW HACK OPEN

PLACE

NAME

EXHIBITOR

OWNER

1

AL FANTASTIQUE LADY

DANJE PRETORIUS

PRETORIUS

2

MAX A MILLION

SONJA HELLINGER

COURCHEVEL SADDLEBREDS

3

JACK-A-LISTICK

ZANDRE SNYMAN

BOTHA SANNA

4

NIGHT TO REMEMBER

GARLAND POIL

PIENAAR HERMANUS

5

RARE ADMIRAL

AMORE MOLLER

MOLLER

6

BEYOND CHANCE

THARINE SCHABORT

JUHANTHA STALLE

7

SEA SHEPHERD

DANJE PRETORIUS

HIPKIN CELESTE

8

STUMBLING IN

TYLA JENKIELSOHN

ARNOLD NAUDE GESIN

Class No.103

CHAMPION WALK/TROT RIDERS 8 YEARS AND UNDER EQUITATION

PLACE

NAME

EXHIBITOR

OWNER

1

DON`T PLAY WITH GUNS

FJ LOTZ

LOTZ FAMILIE

2

BOBBY MC GEE

KRUGER VAN DER WALT

LOUISE HALLATT

3

CLASSIC TIMES

JAC CILLIERS

CILLIERS MINETTE

4

WHAT`S ON

HELOISE VAN DEVENTER

KOTZE

5

AL-PASADENA

LIEHANE MARITZ

MARITZ LIEHANI

6

WAR STREET

MINKE HUGO

HUGO JUNIOR

7

THE CONTENDER

MILA KOORTZEN

VAN BERGEN W.J.

8

AL SLICE AND DICE

MARLI FOURIE

COETZEE

Class No.104

CHAMPION PARK HORSE S/M/G 3 YEARS AND UNDER

PLACE

NAME

EXHIBITOR

OWNER

1

NOVEMBER PRIDE

HANLO SMITH

JUHANTHA STALLE

2

MASTERPIECE SPIRIT

PAUL TAU

VILJOEN C.J.

3

MIDSUMMER`S WALK

OTTO BEKKERS

ALL ACES SAALPERDSTOET

4

FRANGELINI

ZANDRE SNYMAN

BOTHA SANNA

5

RARE EXCITEMENT

SIPHO GABA

STEYL

6

MIDSUMMERS ROSE

ANTOINETTE BOSMAN

ALL ACES SAALPERDSTOET

7

BUKATTI

JACK BOYI

BARRIE N.

8

BERRY BE

STEVEN MKOPANE

VAN BERGEN W.J.

Class No.105

CHAMPION THREE GAITED PLEASURE HORSE RIDERS 18 YEARS AND UNDER EQUITATION

PLACE

NAME

EXHIBITOR

OWNER

1

WILD TOWER

ANJE DERCKSEN

DERCKSEN FRANCOIS

2

KING DROGBA

NADINE BESTER

WILMAR SAALPERDSTOET

3

STORY`S TIME TO DANCE

IZABETH SMIT

RACHEL MANOLAS

4

LADY`S PARADISE

JANEY KRIGE

KEMP LOUIS

5

STARCHACER

KATRIEN VAN EEDEN

DIE DERCKSEN FAMILIE TRUST

6

AFRICAN SUNSET

TIMOTHY LIEBENGERG

LIEBENBERG

7

GLAM GURU

AZRAA SALASA

VAN DEN HEEVER CURTIS

8

SUPREME MEMORIES

GIZELLE UYS

LOUIS ROSSAM

Class No.107

CHAMPION FIVE GAITED PLEASURE HORSE RIDERS 18 YEARS AND UNDER EQUITATION

PLACE

NAME

EXHIBITOR

OWNER

1

DANCE IN THE CLOUDS

ANJE DERCKSEN

DERCKSEN FRANCOIS

2

PLAYED AN ACE

ZANKI BOTHA

KAMDEBOO

3

SS THE ONE + ONLY

TIMOTHY LIEBENGERG

LIEBENBERG

4

CROCODILE TOY

BIANCA MOLLER

MöLLER BIANCA

5

MOLLO MOLLO

JANEY KRIGE

LE ROUX MARGUERITE

6

PINNACLE POINT

KATRIEN VAN EEDEN

VAN EEDEN

7

OLYMPIC WAR

ERIKA NIEUWOUDT

SUNVALLEY STUD

8

FANCY ME O`LEE

LIZE VAN RHYN

CLOETE

DANCE IN THE CLOUDS

WILD TOWER

THE INTERNATIONAL SHOW HORSE

167

THE WORLD’S OPEN AIR SADDLEBRED CHAMPIONSHIP SHOW

AL FANTASTIQUE LADY


THE WORLD’S OPEN AIR SADDLEBRED CHAMPIONSHIP SHOW

Class No.2074

CHAMPION WALK/TROT PLEASURE HORSE RIDERS 10 YEARS AND UNDER- EQUITATION

PLACE

NAME

EXHIBITOR

OWNER

1

OKALASH`S HANDSOME PRIVATE

KRUGER VAN DER WALT

THEUNISSEN TRUST

2

CHIPOLINO

FJ LOTZ

HOOD NICOLE

3

SKYLINE`S INDIANA COMMANDER

LARI BRAND

BRAND

4

FLASHY

DUANE COETZER

COETZER

5

DIAMOND LOCKER

ARIEL JONES

ARIEL JONES

6

AIR FORCE ONE

CAELEE JOHNSTONE

JOHNSTONE

7

PRINCESS AIR

THEMBA NOKOYO

CAPASTOS FAMILIE

8

TOPOLINO

PHIANE JONKER

ERASMUS M.

Class No.2108

CHAMPION WALK/TROT PLEASURE HORSE RIDERS 10 YEARS AND UNDER - EQUITATION

PLACE

NAME

EXHIBITOR

OWNER

1

NEW STYLE

MARZAAN VISSER

MAREZA VISSER EN GESIN

2

BOY`S TOWN

MEGAN SCHNEBEL

KRIGE ADRI

3

RAINBOW MAN

LARISSA SCHOLTZ

SCHOLTZ

4

CAPTAIN`S PAINTED WARRIOR

ANTONI FERREIRA

BLOEM W.F.

5

PERFECT EXPOSURE

HANDRE MARITZ

MARITZ

6

MOMENT OF TRUTH

LEANDRI SCHOEMAN

SCHOEMAN

7

BEAUS MASTER`S

GABRIELLE HALL

HALL M.

8

AIR FORCE ONE

CAELEE JOHNSTONE

JOHNSTONE

Class No.109

CHAMPION FIVE GAITED PLEASURE HORSE RIDERS 14 YEARS AND UNDER EQUITATION

PLACE

NAME

EXHIBITOR

OWNER

1

GAMBIT

CHRISTINE NAUDE

NAUDE A. F.

2

NEW STYLE

HANDRE VISSER

MAREZA VISSER EN GESIN

3

MR FREEDOM HALL

BE-ANE COMPION

COMPION MARTIN

4

HARLEM`S SHOOTING STAR

MIGNON SCHNEBEL

CASINO/SCHNEBEL GESIN

5

DON O`WAR

GISELLE STRYDOM

ELZA KOLVER

6

MAX`S STOLEN MOMENT

LISA HALLATT

HALLATT

7

SS SMOKE ON THE WATER

TIAAN FOURIE

KAMDEBOO

Class No.110

CHAMPION THREE GAITED PLEASURE HORSE RIDERS 12 YEARS AND UNDER - EQUITATION

PLACE

NAME

EXHIBITOR

OWNER

1

WILD TOWER

FRANCOIS DERCKSEN

DERCKSEN FRANCOIS

2

CLOCK-IN

GUSTAV COMBRINK

COMBRICK FAMILIE TRUST

3

RAINBOW WATCH

GUNTER COMBRINCK

BOTHA P.

4

WILD COUNTRY

KARINE JOUBERT

JOUBERT KWEEKKRAAL BOERDERY

5

FLASHY

JACO COETZER

COETZER

6

SECRET SHOT

ANSHIA ROTHMAN

ROTHMANN ANSHIA

7

MACHEATH

NICOLA VAN ZYL

VON MALTITZ L.

Class No.111

CHAMPION WALK/TROT RIDERS 10 YEARS AND UNDER EQUITATION

PLACE

NAME

EXHIBITOR

OWNER

1

STAR DANCE

MEGAN SCHNEBEL

CASINO/SCHNEBEL GESIN

2

GALLIO`S FLINDER STREET

ALEIT STANDER

STANDER SANET

3

THE BIG HUNK

MARZAAN VISSER

BADENHORST

4

BEAUTY STAR

MARINETTE VAN WYK

VAN WYK MARIETA

5

CANDY CANE

DUANE COETZER

COETZER

6

CABANNAS MR LABAMBA

LENE STEYL

STEYL

7

STAR OF MINE

CHANETTE JANSE VAN VUUREN

JANSE VAN VUUREN CHANETTE

8

HI KING

LINDIE KOORTZEN

CAILIN NEL

OKALASH`S HANDSOME PRIVATE

GAMBIT

WILD TOWER

NEW STYLE SHA OF KENTUCKY

168 THE INTERNATIONAL SHOW HORSE


THE WORLD’S OPEN AIR SADDLEBRED CHAMPIONSHIP SHOW

MAN OF RAIN

MINI MY LOVE

THE MAJESTY

Class No.113

NAME MAN OF RAIN

ANJE DERCKSEN

DERCKSEN FRANCOIS

2

HOLD YOUR BREATH

GREAM HUGO

CONRADIE

3

OWNER

ZANKI BOTHA

RACHEL MANOLAS

4

BIT OF HELL

CHRISTIAAN THEUNISSEN

THEUNISSEN TRUST

NEW YORK NITE

MILA OLIVIER

OLIVIER BOERDERY

6

ASTRONOMICAL

CARLA VAN DER WALT

VAN DER WALT

Class No.114

CHAMPION SINGLE HARNESS HORSE S/M/G 4 YEARS AND UNDER NAME

EXHIBITOR

OWNER

1

MINI MY LOVE

JACQUES WIGGINS

GENADE S.M.

2

SPLASH OF CLASS

PAUL COETZER

DU PLESSIS C.J.

3

SKY CLOUD

IRENE VANDER WESTHUIZEN

MOUNTAIN VIEW STALLE

4

ONE FINAL NIGHT

DAVID MATHYS

DU PLESSIS CECIL

5

PATRIOT

CHARLIE BROWN

KOCH GERT

6

THE UNDAUNTED ONE

JACOB JAARS

MERRY-GO-ROUND

Class No.115

CHAMPION THREE GAITED RIDERS 14 YEARS AND UNDER EQUITATION

PLACE

NAME

EXHIBITOR

OWNER

1

THE MAJESTY

CHRISTINE NAUDE

ARNOLD NAUDE GESIN

2

DREAM`S BLACK DIAMOND

HANDRE VISSER

VISSER HANDRE

3

STAR DANCE

MARION SCHNEBEL

CASINO/SCHNEBEL GESIN

4

FEVER PITCH

NARIKE HOFT

MARALÉ HOFT

5

ONE DREAM

NITE AFTER NITE

EXHIBITOR

5

PLACE

JOE`S DYNASTY

CHAMPION FIVE GAITED RIDERS 18 YEARS AND UNDER EQUITATION

PLACE 1

FIGHT NIGHT

MARNE COMPION

COMPION

6

MR SCHOFIELD

ELLIE OLIVIER

OLIVIER BOERDERY

7

MANASSEH

CAILIN NEL

DU TOIT HENRY

8

LORI`S PRINCE TIMING

Class No.116

SA CHAMPION FINE HARNESS S/M/G 4 YEARS OLD (MUST QUALIFY)

PLACE

NAME

WILANA WOLFAARDT EXHIBITOR

WOLFAARDT BOERDERY OWNER

1

JOE`S DYNASTY

NICOLETTE COETZEE

DU PLESSIS CECIL

2

CALLING THE ANGELS

JACQUES WIGGINS

WESSELS

3

LOUBOUTIN

KOOS MAHIFU

MOLLER P.J.

4

TANGO`S FLAME GIRL

ADRI SMITH

BESTERSKRAAL SAALPERDSTOET

5

BLAME IT ON ME

JUNIOR HUGO

SNYMAN MARTHINUS

6

MY FRENCH ROSE

CHARLIE BROWN

SPADONE

7

PRINCE OF TROY

JUNIOR MOCKE

CLOETE

Class No.117

CHAMPION THREE GAITED RIDERS 12 YEARS AND UNDER EQUITATION

PLACE

NAME

EXHIBITOR

OWNER

1

ONE DREAM

FRANCOIS DERCKSEN

DERCKSEN FRANCOIS

2

MUDDY AFFAIR

KIARA LOUW

LOUW KIARA

3

STAND BY ME

ANSU DE JAGER

KEMP LOUIS

4

RAINBOW WATCH

GUNTER COMBRINCK

BOTHA P.

5

RUMOURS OF GLORY

MELANDI BOOYSEN

TELENE VISSER MIMOSA STALLE

6

SIR CLIFF

FRANS MOOLMAN

DRIES MOOLMAN BOERDERY

7

PRIDE AND GLORY

ZANDRIE STARKE

SMITH S.A.

8

BAY IS BETTER

JEAN MARI VAN DEN HEEVER

FROST LIZE

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UP TO NO GOOD

TEMPER`S TOUCH (AI)

Class No.118

NAME

EXHIBITOR

OWNER

TEMPER`S TOUCH (AI)

SAAI PIENAAR

DIXON R.W.

2

WATCH ME TONITE

GARLAND POIL

THE GREEN BERET

TERSIA MALAN

MALAN STALLE

4

FRENCH FLARE

ATTIE KOEN

CRYSTAL ANVIL STALLE

5

HI-TIDE

SONIKA HUGO

HUGO JUNIOR

6

LAVOKA

MARIETTE ERASMUS

ERASMUS MARIëTTE

RED JOHN

DRIES MOOLMAN

DRIES MOOLMAN BOERDERY

8

NITE`S DOUBLE TAKE

KAREN SWANEPOEL

KAREN SWANEPOEL

Class No.119

SA CHAMPION THREE GAITED S/M/G 4 YEAR OLD

PLACE

NAME

1

UP TO NO GOOD

PJ KRUGELL

KRUGELL

2

PROPERLY SUPREME

DINETTE SNYMAN

COETZEE NEELS VAN BERGEN W.J.

EXHIBITOR

3

SA`S ASSIGNMENT

KOOS MAHIFU

4

DAYLIGHTS LOVED ONE

ADRI SMITH

OWNER

BESTERSKRAAL SAALPERDSTOET

5

THE WATCHMAN

CHANENE VORSTER

STEYL

6

MISS LEE O` LEE

JAN KOK

DU RAAN STABLES

Class No.120

CHAMPION THREE GAITED RIDERS 16 YEARS AND UNDER EQUITATION

PLACE

NAME

EXHIBITOR

OWNER

1

MIGHTY JOE

ANJE DERCKSEN

DERCKSEN FRANCOIS

2

MY NAME IS “JACK”

LIZERESE JANSE VAN RENSBURG

JANSE VAN RENSBURG LIZERESE

3

GITA LE ROSE

NADINE BESTER

WILMAR SAALPERDSTOET

4

NOW AND AGAIN

JESSIE WESSELS

CURT LOVEMORE FARMING

5

EXCLUSIVE O`LEE

ANJA JOUBERT

FERREIRA

6

170 THE INTERNATIONAL SHOW HORSE

BRIDGEWATERS HORSE PARK

3

7

MIGHTY JOE

SA GRAND CHAMPION FINE HARNESS PLEASURE HORSE

PLACE 1

CHRISTIAAN THEUNISSEN

VAN DER WALT

7

NITE OF ALL

MILA OLIVIER

OLIVIER BOERDERY

8

DESSERT EMBLIM

ACHILLES OF TROY

GIZELLE UYS

STEYN JAPIE


CARPATHIA

Class No.121

SA GRAND CHAMPION SINGLE HARNESS HORSE PRESENTED BY AN AMATEUR

PLACE

NAME

EXHIBITOR

OWNER

1

MR WORLD`S APRILLA

DELANDE HUMAN

BRENHINDY

2

CANAVARAL`S KALASH

JACO VENTER

DU TOIT THYS

3

PAPPA DON

THOMAS BEUKUS

STAKE NIGHT STABLES

4

SPACE DRIVE

KOBUS VAN DER WALT

VAN DER WALT

5

OCEAN WARRIOR

TERSIA MALAN

MALAN STALLE

6

AL ROYAL LADY

WALEED BARRIES

I & F MAJIET

7

CABANNA`S MALINKE

TED GROENEWALD

SPADONE

8

COMMANDING STAR

INEDINE ALDRICH

GEODINE SAALPERDSTOET

Class No.122

SA CHAMPION FIVE GAITED HORSE S/M/G 4 YEAR OLD (MUST QUALIFY)

PLACE

NAME

EXHIBITOR

OWNER

1

GOODNESS GRACIOUS

GLENDA KOEN

NOUWENS LUCI

2

PREMIER`S DARE TO DREAM

JUNIOR HUGO

NEW LINE SADDLE HORSE STUD

3

MANINGI

NIEL VALENTINE

WILMAR SAALPERDSTOET

4

UNDULATA`S MR PRESIDENT

ADRIAAN ODENDAAL

DERCKSEN FRANCOIS

5

MOUNTAIN RAMBO

JAFTA STALLENBERG

VAN DER MERWE F.P.

6

MILLIOR MC GEE

KOBUS KEMP

KASTEEL SAALPERD STOET

7

ST ANTHONY`S PERFECT TOUCH

FANIE VAN AARDT

VAN AARDT

8

MODERN MUSE

VICTOR BOTHA

JUHANTHA STALLE

Class No.123

CHAMPION THREE GAITED RIDERS 18 YEARS AND UNDER EQUITATION

PLACE

NAME

EXHIBITOR

OWNER

1

CARPATHIA

CHANIKA LABUSCHAGNE

TONKIN SAALPERDSTOET

2

GLORY`S TOLD YOU SO

TINEKE VAN ZYL

TERRA AQUA GROUP

Class No.124

SA GRAND CHAMPION THREE GAITED HORSE PRESENTED BY AN AMATEUR

PLACE

NAME

EXHIBITOR

OWNER

1

HOUT BAY

CAROL BADENHORST

CAROL BADENHORST

2

WILD NIGHT (ET)

NICOLE BESTER

WILMAR SAALPERDSTOET

3

EXPLOSIVE

WILLIE DE JAGER

WILLIE DE JAGER

4

WICKED NITE

DENIELLE DERCKSEN

DERCKSEN FRANCOIS

5

COMPLETELY CARLY

THARINE SCHABORT

JUHANTHA STALLE

6

NOBLE`S ADMIRAL

FRANCOIS DERCKSEN

DERCKSEN FRANCOIS

7

FEARLESS BELIEVER

MARY-ANN LOVEMORE

CURT LOVEMORE FARMING

8

HEAD OF STATE

ELMARI CILLIERS

CILLIERS ELMARIE

THE WORLD’S OPEN AIR SADDLEBRED CHAMPIONSHIP SHOW

MR WORLD`S APRILLA

HOUT BAY

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171


THE WORLD’S OPEN AIR SADDLEBRED CHAMPIONSHIP SHOW

SOMETHING GRACIE

KING DROGBA

Class No.125

CHAMPION LADIES FINE HARNESS M/G

PLACE

NAME

EXHIBITOR

OWNER

1

STARLIKE HARLEM

SONIKA HUGO

NEW LINE SADDLE HORSE STUD

2

MANDARIN`S DELIGHT

NICOLETTE SMITH

JUHANTHA STALLE

3

NITE IN A MILLION

GARLAND POIL

BRIDGEWATERS HORSE PARK

4

WHIPPING MACHINE

GLENDA KOEN

DRIES MOOLMAN BOERDERY

5

OKALASH GLITZY GLAMOUR LADY

JOMARI DU PLESSIS

DU PLESSIS FAMILIE TRUST

6

DELAWARE

MOLEINE VAN STADEN

SHAMROCK STOET

7

DIESEL DANCER

KAREN SWANEPOEL

VAN BERGEN W.J.

8

MAGIC MOMENTS

AUDREY MYBURGH

SHAYLEE FAMILIE TRUST

Class No.127

SA CHAMPION WEANLING FILLY IN HAND

PLACE

NAME

EXHIBITOR

OWNER

1

SOMETHING GRACIE

CJ DU PLESSIS

DU PLESSIS C.J.

2

IMPRESSIVE SKY NITE

ADRI SMITH

DE KLERK MARLENE

3

GIFT`S TIMELESS ELEGANCE

JACK BOYI

VAN BERGEN W.J.

4

DESTRUCTIONS WILD POWER

CHRISTO PANERAS

PANERAS C.

5

LOVE AFFAIR

JACK BOYI

VAN BERGEN W.J.

6

COULD IT BE?

JACOB JAARS

MERRY-GO-ROUND

7

BLACK`S MOONSHADOW

STEPHNE KRUGELL

DU PLESSIS FAMILIE TRUST

7

BLACK`S MOONSHADOW

STEPHNE KRUGELL

DU PLESSIS FAMILIE TRUST

8

LADY JAY

WILLIE BUYS

HANTAM SAALPERD STOET

Class No.129

LEAD REIN RIDERS 7 YEARS AND UNDER - WALK & TROT EQUITATION

PLACE

NAME

EXHIBITOR

OWNER

1

AFRICAN THUNDER

CHANI VORSTER

BELLA VISTA TRUST

2

CHIPOLINO

ELRIE LOTZ

HOOD NICOLE

3

OKALASH`S HANDSOME PRIVATE

THYS VAN DER WALT

THEUNISSEN TRUST

4

PRIDE AND GLORY

ZIETSKE SWIEGERS

SMITH S.A.

5

GOLD I`M TOLD

MARLIE VAN HEERDEN

KOCH GERT

6

THE BIG HUNK

ANNE-LE BADENHORST

BADENHORST

7

LOVELY BOY

JOHANNE KLOPPERS

VAN DER WALT

8

AL VENTURA

ERNST VISSER (JNR)

VAN DEVENTER J.

Class No.131

SA GRAND CHAMPION FINE HARNESS NATURAL MANE AND TAIL S/M/G

PLACE

NAME

EXHIBITOR

OWNER

1

PRIME TEMPER

NIEL VALENTINE

ELSABÉ DEACON

2

ZANADU

SIRAAZ GASIEP

VAN WYK MARIETA

3

THE SHEPARD

DAVID MATHYS

DU PLESSIS CECIL

4

MAJAJI

COLLENE FERREIRA

COMLEY N.C.

5

OVERBERG

CHARL OOSTHUIZEN

HANEKOM JAN

STARLIKE HARLEM PRIME TEMPER

172 THE INTERNATIONAL SHOW HORSE


TOUCH THE SUN

CHARMING CHOICE

Class No.133

SA GRAND CHAMPION THREE GAITED NATURAL MANE AND TAIL S/M/G

PLACE

NAME

EXHIBITOR

OWNER

1

TOUCH THE SUN

ELISKA JORDAAN

MAREE F.P.S.

2

SOMEWHERE IN TIME

NIEL VALENTINE

WILMAR SAALPERDSTOET

3

I`M A RICHMAN

GLENDA KOEN

ARNOLD NAUDE GESIN

4

CAPTAIN`S CHOICE

CORNE VAN VUUREN

STEYL

5

CENTRESTAGE

JUNIOR HUGO

SUNVALLEY STUD

6

FRENCH SAMURAJ

SONJA HELLINGER

COURCHEVEL SADDLEBREDS

7

GUTSY DEVIL

VANESSA ROSSAM

OBERHOLZER

8

CALL ME HOT SHOT

FREDDIE HENDRIKS

LOCHNER ROSSOUW

8

CALL ME HOT SHOT

FREDDIE HENDRIKS

LOCHNER ROSSOUW

Class No.134

SA GRAND CHAMPION FIVE GAITED PLEASURE HORSE PRESENTED BY A CHILD

PLACE

NAME

EXHIBITOR

OWNER

1

HOLLYWOOD BOULEVARD

ANJE DERCKSEN

DERCKSEN FRANCOIS

2

PETER THE WOLF

INGE WESSELS

WESSELS INGE

3

GAMBIT

CHRISTINE NAUDE

NAUDE A. F.

4

TANQUA`S HANDSOME WARRIOR

CHRISTIAAN THEUNISSEN

B & S TRUST

5

SS THE ONE + ONLY

TIMOTHY LIEBENGERG

LIEBENBERG

6

DON O`WAR

GISELLE STRYDOM

ELZA KOLVER

7

CROCODILE TOY

BIANCA MOLLER

MöLLER BIANCA

8

NEW STYLE

HANDRE VISSER

MAREZA VISSER EN GESIN

Class No.135

SA CHAMPION WEANLING COLT IN HAND

PLACE

NAME

EXHIBITOR

OWNER

1

CHARMING CHOICE

ADRIAAN ODENDAAL

DERCKSEN FRANCOIS

2

BARRON

CHAD BIERING

NOBLE EQUESTRIAN STABLES BK

3

MIGHTY DESTRUCTION

CHRISTO PANERAS

PANERAS C.

4

JACKATTACK

VAN ZYL SCHOEMAN

VAN ZYL SCHOEMAN

5

BLAZING NIGHT

JUNIOR MOCKE

JUNIOR MOCKE STABLES

6

ANGEL EYE

ADRI SMITH

DANÉL

7

IMAGINE THAT VICTORY

CHAD BIERING

MOLLER DAVID IZAK

8

MR MZANSI

JUNIOR MOCKE

JUNIOR MOCKE STABLES

THE INTERNATIONAL SHOW HORSE

173

THE WORLD’S OPEN AIR SADDLEBRED CHAMPIONSHIP SHOW

HOLLYWOOD BOULEVARD


THE WORLD’S OPEN AIR SADDLEBRED CHAMPIONSHIP SHOW

GRAN TORINO

ALONSO

UNCLE SAM`S TIME AND AGAIN

GOLD I`M TOLD

174 THE INTERNATIONAL SHOW HORSE

Class No.136

CHAMPION BEST SLOW-GAIT AND RACK AMATEUR RIDERS 65 YEARS AND OVER

PLACE

NAME

EXHIBITOR

OWNER

1

ALONSO

LUCI NOUWENS

MULLER

2

LIMITLESS ELEGANCE

FRANS SWANEPOEL

KAREN SWANEPOEL

3

BEAUS NEW START

GERT LOTTER

GJ LOTTER & SEUNS

Class No.137

AMIEKE DE KLERK FINE HARNESS ASSISTED DRIVING - OPEN

PLACE

NAME

EXHIBITOR

OWNER

1

UNCLE SAM`S TIME AND AGAIN

ALWO DERCKSEN

DERCKSEN FRANCOIS

2

WATCH ME TONITE

IZABELLA KLEIN

BRIDGEWATERS HORSE PARK

3

RED JOHN

JULIA VALENTINE

DRIES MOOLMAN BOERDERY

4

PONCHO`S BAMBI

AMIEKE DE KLERK

AMIEKE STOET

5

AIR FORCE ONE

CAELEE JOHNSTONE

JOHNSTONE

6

FRENCH ROYALTY

SANDRA HARLING

DU PLESSIS C.J.

7

SEA SHEPHERD

LEANDRI SCHOEMAN

HIPKIN CELESTE

8

RARE ADMIRAL

DANIEL PECK

MOLLER

Class No.139

SA GRAND CHAMPION THREE GAITED PLEASURE HORSE (MUST QUALIFY CLASS 35,39)

PLACE

NAME

EXHIBITOR

OWNER

1

GOLD I`M TOLD

RIENETTE GILIOMEE

KOCH GERT

2

EASY JACKY EASY

ZANDRE SNYMAN

BOTHA SANNA

3

THE GOLDEN TICKET

THARINE SCHABORT

JUHANTHA STALLE

4

SS SUB ZERO

ANTOINETTE BOSMAN

ALL ACES SAALPERDSTOET

5

HIGHLAND DANCES

LIESBETH KRETSCHMER

KRETSCHMER ELISABETH

6

SHADES OF NITE

CARLA RIX

RIX H.

7

MAX A MILLION

SONJA HELLINGER

COURCHEVEL SADDLEBREDS

8

THE KING

JEREMY BOUWER

BOUWER JEREMIA J

Class No.140

SA GRAND CHAMPION FIVE GAITED NATURAL MANE AND TAIL S/M/G

PLACE

NAME

EXHIBITOR

OWNER

1

GRAN TORINO

HANLO SMITH

JUHANTHA STALLE

2

HIGHLAND HAWK

GLENDA KOEN

DIXON R.W.

3

CAPTAIN CHARISMA

COLIN MOOLMAN

RIVERVIEW STALLE

4

ZENSATION

KIPPIE LOUW

LOUW F.J.

5

STORM`S LADY

JEREMY BOUWER

BOUWER JEREMIA J

6

STOPPING TIME

DELANDE HUMAN

HUMAN MELANIE

7

ST ANTHONY`S PERFECT TOUCH

FANIE VAN AARDT

VAN AARDT


Class No.141

NAME

EXHIBITOR

OWNER

1

STORMY SKY

WILLIE DE JAGER

DE JAGER T.

2

GODDESS OF THE NITE

CHARONE HAYWARD

3

EXPECTATIONS

THARINE SCHABORT

JUHANTHA STALLE

4

RISING TO GLORY

GARLAND POIL

BRIDGEWATERS HORSE PARK

MARITA VAN WYK

VAN WYK MARIETA

5

TIGERS SIR LANCE

SPADONE

6

SNIPPY`S DELIGHT

DELANDE HUMAN

7

THE DAY WALKER

ELRA LOTZ

LOTZ FAMILIE

8

SCHARLIMANN

CHARL WILKE

WILKE CHARL

Class No.142

BRENHINDY

SA CHAMPION FINE HARNESS S/M/G 2 YEAR OLD

PLACE

NAME

EXHIBITOR

1

WILD WING

DEREK WESSELS

MOLLER P.J.

2

JOE COOL

GLENDA KOEN

NOUWENS LUCI

PAUL TAU

VILJOEN C.J.

3

WILD WING

SA GRAND CHAMPION PARK HORSE PRESENTED BY AN AMATEUR

PLACE

JOE`S DAYSTAR

OWNER

4

FLEET FLASH

JACK BOYI

5

TURBULENT HIGHLANDS

ADRIAAN ODENDAAL

DERCKSEN FRANCOIS

6

ASSIGNMENT`S MISS NADINE

CHARL OOSTHUIZEN

MOLLER P.J.

VAN BERGEN W.J.

7

THE BOY ROCKS

FRANS PIENAAR

LOUWRENS

Class No.143

SA GRAND CHAMPION PARK HORSE PRESENTED BY A CHILD

PLACE

NAME

EXHIBITOR

1

MAMMA`S CHOICE

MARICHEM PIEK

PIEK P.J.

2

KINGSTON

TIMOTHY LIEBENGERG

LIEBENBERG

OWNER

3

GUTS UNLIMITED

CHRISTINE NAUDE

4

DOM PERIGNON

CARLA CONRADIE

PANERAS C.

5

MY COUNTRY NITE

BIANCA MOLLER

RIX FAMILIE TRUST

-

6

AFRICA`S SPIDER MAN

ANNIKA SMITH

SCHOEMAN B.

7

MASTERPIECE ROYAL TREAT

MIGNON SCHNEBEL

CASINO/SCHNEBEL GESIN

8

CARPATHIA

CHANIKA LABUSCHAGNE

TONKIN SAALPERDSTOET

MAMMA`S CHOICE

THE INTERNATIONAL SHOW HORSE

175

THE WORLD’S OPEN AIR SADDLEBRED CHAMPIONSHIP SHOW

STORMY SKY


THE WORLD’S OPEN AIR SADDLEBRED CHAMPIONSHIP SHOW

JOE`S MIDNIGHT SECRET

Class No.144

NAME

EXHIBITOR

OWNER

JOE`S MIDNIGHT SECRET

PAUL TAU

VILJOEN C.J.

2

MANHATTAN STING

FRANCOIS DERCKSEN

DERCKSEN FRANCOIS

3

BRITE STAR

NIEL VALENTINE

GAWIE DU TOIT SAALPERD STOET

4

BIOGRAPHY

SA CHAMPION FINE HARNESS S/M/G 3 YEAR OLD (MUST QUALIFY CLASS 13,18,34)

PLACE 1

BARON`S COCO C

JP HUGO

OLIVIER BOERDERY

5

PEARL IN THE WIND

PIERRE HUGO

HUGO P.B.B.

6

BUKATTI

JACK BOYI

BARRIE N.

7

CAPPUCCINO

Class No.145

SA GRAND CHAMPION FINE HARNESS HORSE PRESENTED BY AN AMATEUR

PLACE

NAME

STEVEN MKOPANE EXHIBITOR

RIVERVIEW STALLE OWNER

1

WAR`S X FACTOR

LIESBETH KRETSCHMER

KRETSCHMER ELISABETH

2

FRENCH STARFIRE

LUCI NOUWENS

NOUWENS LUCI

3

NEVER DOUBT ME

NICOLETTE DUNBAR

DUNBAR

4

BROADWAY QUEEN

TANYA NIEWOUDT

NIEUWOUDT PHILIP

5

PONCHO`S

DRIES MOOLMAN

DRIES MOOLMAN BOERDERY

6

GALLIO`S GHOST STREET

KOBUS VAN DER WALT

VAN DER WALT

7

ENTERTAINER

CHARL WILKE

WILKE CHARL

8

CHICAGO

MORNE VAN STADEN

VAN STADEN FAMILIE

Class No.146

SA CHAMPION THREE GAITED S/M/G 3 YEARS AND UNDER

PLACE

NAME

EXHIBITOR

OWNER

1

BIOGRAPHY

HANLO SMITH

JUHANTHA STALLE

2

TROPICAL DREAM

DEREK WESSELS

MOLLER P.J.

3

FAIRLY MADE

ADRIAAN ODENDAAL

DERCKSEN FRANCOIS

4

SIR SILVER MUSIC

KRISTIE VAN DER WESTHUIZEN

VAN DER WESTHUIZEN KRISTIE

5

OCTOBER FEST

CHRISTINE NAUDE

ALL ACES SAALPERDSTOET

6

TOUCH ME TIGER

GERDA VERMAAK

VERMAAK

7

NIGHT ` BEAUTY

ELRA LOTZ

NOBLE EQUESTRIAN STABLES BK

WAR`S X FACTOR

176 THE INTERNATIONAL SHOW HORSE


THE WORLD’S OPEN AIR SADDLEBRED CHAMPIONSHIP SHOW

TOUCH THE WIND

STREET WISE GUY

Class No.147

NAME

EXHIBITOR

OWNER

1

STREET WISE GUY

NICOLETTE DUNBAR

DUNBAR

2

SULTAN`S SOLITAIRE

ATTIE KOEN

VAN DER MERWE I.J.

3

GREAT GLITTER

JEREMY BOUWER

BOUWER JEREMIA J

4

COCKTAILS WINTERS GIRL

PJ KRUGELL

ALFRESCO STABLES

5

HAWK EYE

GREAME FALCK

COURCHEVEL SADDLEBREDS

6

DANCE IN THE CLOUDS

DENIELLE DERCKSEN

DERCKSEN FRANCOIS

7

SHA OF KENTUCKY

DEIDRE DU TOIT

DE BEER

Class No.148

SA CHAMPION FIVE GAITED S/M/G 3 YEAR OLD

PLACE

NAME

EXHIBITOR

OWNER

1

FRENCH STAR

ELRA TONKIN BIERING

NOBLE EQUESTRIAN STABLES BK

2

JOE SILVER

GLENDA KOEN

NOUWENS LUCI

3

UNLIMITED LUCK

FANIE VAN AARDT

VAN AARDT

4

DREAMKEEPER

DEREK WESSELS

MOLLER P.J.

5

THE VINE MASTER

JAN KOK

VAN ZYL SCHOEMAN

6

HE`S MATCH MADE

RAYMOND GEITJIIE

MARITZ IAN

7

APPOLO

STEVEN MKOPANE

RIVERVIEW STALLE

Class No.149

SA GRAND CHAMPION FIVE GAITED HORSE PRESENTED BY AN AMATEUR

PLACE

FRENCH STAR

SA GRAND CHAMPION FIVE GAITED PLEASURE HORSE

PLACE

NAME

EXHIBITOR

OWNER

1

TOUCH THE WIND

SALLY MCNAUGHTON

WILLOW TREE SADDLEBREDS

2

KING COBRA

CHRISTIEN STRYDOM

STRYDOM C.F.

3

VIVA LA VIDA

JACO VENTER

VENTER JACO

4

HARLEM`S PRINCE CHARMING (AI)

FRANCOIS DERCKSEN

DERCKSEN FRANCOIS

5

WOLF`S FLAME

CORNE VAN VUUREN

STEYL

6

SS HOLY SMOKE

ZANDRE SNYMAN

SNYMAN ZANDRI

7

THE BARON

JACQUES STRYDOM

HUMAN AUTO

8

BARRICHELLO

RETIEF ROSSOUW

DE VILLIERS MOUTON GARDIOL

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CHAMPION OF CHAMPIONS FIVE-GAITED LIZERESE JANSE VAN RENSBURG

CHAMPION OF CHAMPIONS FIVE-GAITED 1

LISERESE JANSE VAN RENSBURG

2

ANJE DERCKSEN

3

NADINE BESTER

4

BRIGITTE NEL

5

JESSIE WESSELS

6

CHRISTIEN NAUDE

7

MARION SCHNEBEL

8

TINEKE VAN ZYL

Class No.150

SA GRAND CHAMPION PARK HORSE

PLACE

NAME

EXHIBITOR

OWNER

1

COURAGEOUS

ELISKA JORDAAN

DE KLERK

2

HARLEM DIVINE

GLENDA KOEN

NOUWENS LUCI

3

FRENCH WARRIOR

ELRA TONKIN BIERING

TONKIN-BIERING ELRA

4

DANCING NITE

JUNIOR HUGO

DE JAGER T.

5

CONFIDENCE IN MOTION

VICTOR BOTHA

JUHANTHA STALLE

6

CHERRY TOWN

PETRO BOTHA DE WAAL

BOTHA P.

7

PREMIER SULTAN

CHARL OOSTHUIZEN

MAREZA VISSER EN GESIN

8

QUICK PICK

JOHNNY MOORE

MERRY-GO-ROUND

COURAGEOUS

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WHISPERING SENSATION

CHAMPION OF CHAMPIONS THREE-GAITED ANJE DERCKSEN Class No.152

SA GRAND CHAMPION SINGLE HARNESS HORSE

PLACE

NAME

EXHIBITOR

OWNER

1

WHISPERING SENSATION

JUNIOR HUGO

HUGO P.B.B.

2

BOLD ONE

JACO VENTER

VENTER JACO

3

DON ELDORADO

JOHAN MALAN

BARRIE IAN

4

ZIPPY NIPPY

JP HUGO

GROENEWALD

5

SPACE BUTTER

JACQUES WIGGINS

VAN DER WALT

6

RADJA

TOMMY FERREIRA

VICWES SAALPERDSTOET

7

WHATABOUT SPIRIT

CHARLIE BROWN

MULLER

THE LAST REMEMBERENCE

ANDRIES BOOYSEN

VISSER N.M.

8

CHAMPION OF CHAMPIONS THREE-GAITED 1

ANJE DERCKSEN

2

MARICHEN PIEK

3

BRIGITTE NEL

4

NADINE BESTER

5

JESSIE WESSELS

6

JANEY KRIGE

7

ANJA JOUBERT

8

CHRISTIEN NAUDE

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DARK EMPEROR

Class No.153

SA GRAND CHAMPION THREE GAITED CHILD’S RIDING HORSE

PLACE

NAME

EXHIBITOR

OWNER

1

DARK EMPEROR

ZONNIKA CILLIERS

CILLIERS ELMARIE

2

CLOUDY SKIES

CHRISTINE NAUDE

TIBSHRAENG P.

3

HIGHWAY TO HEAVEN

SHENE ROSSOUW

LE ROSS

4

MY LAST DUCHESS

ANIKE LOUW

LOUW F.J.

5

SPACE SPIDER

ANJE DERCKSEN

WILMAR SAALPERDSTOET

6

KING OF THE RING

CARLA KRUGELL

DE KLERK

7

DREAMY NITE

CARLA RIX

BRIDGEWATERS HORSE PARK

8

GRACE KELLY

DANIELLE VILJOEN

ARNOLD NAUDE GESIN

Class No.154

SA GRAND CHAMPION FINE HARNESS HORSE

PLACE

NAME

EXHIBITOR

OWNER

1

ULTIMATE JOE

CHARLIE BROWN

KOCH GERT

2

GLOBAL APPLAUSE (AI)

JUNIOR HUGO

DE JAGER T.

3

MEMORABLE NITE

RETIEF ROSSOUW

LE ROSS

4

PRINCE

OTTO BEKKERS

WILLIE CONRADIE

5

HARLEM`S GREAT BALLS OF FIRE

LUCI NOUWENS

NOUWENS LUCI

6

FRENCH ADMIRAL

NIEL VALENTINE

VAN STADEN FAMILIE

7

SOMETHING FRENCH

CJ DU PLESSIS

DU PLESSIS C.J.

8

SWARTLAND

CHARL OOSTHUIZEN

HANEKOM JAN

ULTIMATE JOE

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NITE SONG

Class No.157

SA GRAND CHAMPION FIVE GAITED CHILD’S RIDING HORSE

PLACE

NAME

EXHIBITOR

1

NITE SONG

MARCEL VAN STADEN

OWNER VAN STADEN FAMILIE

2

SS WHO`S WHO?

LIZERESE JANSE VAN RENSBURG

JANSE VAN RENSBURG LIZERESE

3

TWILIGHT NITE

ILENE BEUKUS

IDENTITY

4

NITE`S CONTENDER

BIANCA MOLLER

RIX FAMILIE TRUST

5

SUMMER WIND

MARTIN COMPION

COMPION M.G.

6

CHOSEN ONE

AMORE MOLLER

MöLLER BIANCA

7

SPARKLING NITE

ZANKI BOTHA

GREVELINK C.C.

8

HOLD YOUR BREATH

CARLA CONRADIE

CONRADIE

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Class No.156

SA GRAND CHAMPION THREE GAITED HORSE

PLACE

NAME

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JACKLE BERRY

SANNA BOTHA

BOTHA SANNA

2

SUPREME`S RARE DREAMER

ELISKA JORDAAN

EXHIBITOR

MOLLER P.J.

OWNER

3

VIVA TONITE

MADRIE VAN HUYSTEEN

DRIES DU PREEZ FAMILIE TRUST

4

SNAP CRACKLE & POP

VICTOR BOTHA

JUHANTHA STALLE

5

UNDULATA`S MADE IN HEAVEN

JUNIOR HUGO

NEW LINE SADDLE HORSE STUD

6

NEVER SAY NEVER

ATTIE KOEN

ARNOLD NAUDE GESIN

7

JUDGE AND JURY

CHARLIE BROWN

KOCH GERT

8

ROCK-A-BILLY

WILLIE DE JAGER

DE JAGER T.

JACKLE BERRY

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RISING MUSIC

Class No.158

SA GRAND CHAMPION FIVE GAITED HORSE

PLACE

NAME

EXHIBITOR

OWNER

1

RISING MUSIC

IRENE VANDER WESTHUIZEN

MOUNTAIN VIEW STALLE

2

WAR SPORTS

JUNIOR HUGO

CAROL BADENHORST

3

ROCKY MOUNTAIN HIGH

ADRIAAN ODENDAAL

DERCKSEN FRANCOIS

4

DESIRED GUTS

HANLO SMITH

JUHANTHA STALLE

5

SPARTAN SUPREME

NIEL VALENTINE

DRIES MOOLMAN BOERDERY

6

GIFT OF CLASS

KOOS MAHIFU

VAN BERGEN W.J.

7

ON CLOUD NINE

KOEKIE DE VILLIERS

DE VILLIERS & MEV J.A.

8

THUNDER CLOUD

DIRK CLAASSENS

VICWES SAALPERDSTOET

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Jackle Berry and Sanna Botha put on a spectacular performance in April this year to clinch the most sought-after Three-Gaited title in South Africa.

By Cobus Ackermann

A STAR IS BORN

JACKLE BERRY CONQUERS BLOEMFONTEIN In a star-studded group of three-gaited horses, an elegant and swanlike mare stepped up a notch to defeat three former title holders and a host of other seasoned contenders to clinch the 2019 South African National Three-Gaited Grand Championship earlier this year. On route to her stunning victory, the sensational Ocksan Jackle Berry – having just turned seven years old – not only became the youngest mare in 31 years to take top honors in the walk-trot division, her elated breeder/ amateur trainer/owner/rider, Sanna Botha (56), can now also lay claim to being the oldest female rider ever to win a Three-Gaited Grand Championship title in the Bloemfontein oval.

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A very special bond has been forged between Sanna and Jackle Berry over the last seven years.

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WIthin the first few days of her life, Jackle Berry was faced with a life-threatening medical condition. Luckily her innate fighting spirit had the last say.

Even as a yearling, Jackle Berry’s textbook beauty was clear to all.

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he fairytale started on a glorious summer morning in March 2012 when a dainty little filly was born at Hillside Stables, a privately owned amateur barn in the Boschkop region east of the South African capital, Pretoria. In attendance to make sure that everything went smoothly were Sanna Botha and her veterinarian husband, Dr. Ockert Botha. It was a day that Sanna remembers fondly: “Although she was the smallest little thing imaginable, she was quite exceptional – a flashy chestnut with four white socks and the most beautiful little head and ears to complete an already perfect picture.”

Limebank Jack Daniels, the sire of Jackle Berry, was crowned the South African National Reserve Grand Champion in the amateur Five-Gaited division in 2011.

Limebank Little Roxy, the dam of Ocksan Jackle Berry, made only a handful appearances in the show ring before the decision was made to retire her to stud.

back and proceeded to prance around – almost as if to proudly announce herself to the outside world. Says Sanna, “I knew then that she was quite extraordinary.” Although the Bothas always knew how superior she was, Jackle Berry was not denied a normal carefree life as a weanling. With her stablemates she would tear up the ground in the paddocks and come to gut-wrenching stops inches short of the fences – much to Sanna’s dismay.

DREAMING UP A CHAMPION Breeding the perfect Saddlebred is, at the best of times, a humbling affair.After all, a great horse on paper does not necessarily translate to a good horse on the ground. Sanna unashamedly admits that she has always relied heavily on “gut feel” when it comes to pairing Within days, however, Ockert realized that something was amiss. stallions and mares. It was no different with Jackle Berry – although The diminutive little foal had developed a severe case of neonatal she will be the first to admit to the proverbial story behind the enteritis and although she was receiving the best possible story, almost as if some cosmic guardian had seen the future medical care, the filly was soon fighting for her life. For four days, many years before Sanna intuitively decided to breed the mare her life hung in the balance. Ockert and Sanna stayed with her Little Roxy to the stallion Jack Daniels. Both these horses were day and night. Throughout the whole ordeal, Sanna discerned acquired by Ockert and Sanna at the dispersal sale of TJ Lochner’s an unmistakable fighting spirit: “Her courage and resilience was Limebank Stud in 2005. undeniable. Although she was lying flat on her side, she just would not give up.” “What Jack Daniels perhaps lacked in textbook beauty was more than adequately compensated for in outstanding DNA,” says On the fifth day, when Ockert pronounced her well enough to Sanna who had spotted the young stud’s second generation sire leave the stable with her mom, Jackle Berry put her tail on her years earlier at a regional show.“The imported stallion Longview’s

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The first time that Jackle Berry bedazzled the Bloemfontein crowd was in April 2016 when she was the people’s choice to win the four-year-old South African National Championship for fine harness horses.

Regent, a grandson of the legendary Valley View Supreme, made an appearance in the five-gaited stake at Ladybrand. Although he was an absolute handful, I have never forgotten his phenomenal presence in the ring.”

With Sanna’s daughter Nicola Burger in the saddle, Jack Daniels reached the pinnacle of this showing career in 2011 when he was crowned South African National Reserve Grand Champion in the amateur five-gaited.

As a breeding stud, Longview’s Regent is best remembered for producing the magnificent Call Me Jack, a former South African National Grand Champion in the fine harness division as well as a national title holder in the senior stallion in-hand division – a horse Sanna had the privilege of working when she took over the training duties for a few months at Rovic Stables in Zwavelpoort, Pretoria, after the untimely death of resident trainer Willie Beukes in 2001.

Jackle Berry’s dam, Little Roxy, has served Sanna well as a broodmare. Three full siblings of Jackle Berry look set to make their mark in the show ring as well: Charming Jack is a three-yearold colt that Sanna expects to show in harness and/or the park division; Jack’s Rox Star is a two-year-old mare who will start her training later this year; and Lady JackLynn is a weanling. After a string of Jack Daniels foals, Sanna decided it was time to breed Little Roxy to an outside stallion. After much deliberation, the lot fell on the three-times South African National Five-Gaited Grand Champion, Valley’s Rising Music, owned and recently retired to stud by Irene van der Westhuizen of Mountainview Stables in the Eastern Cape. Sanna’s excitement knows no bounds: “We are super stoked. We are literally counting down the months to February 2020 when the foal is due.”

“Call Me Jack was a superb horse,” remembers Sanna. “Although he was not particularly big, his athletic ability was unparalleled. With his perfect shoulder, textbook conformation and long neck, he exhibited the most rhythmic trot imaginable.” The two best horses produced by Call Me Jack were the full brothers, Striking Jack and Jack Daniels, both out of the pristinely beautiful mare Indiana’s Pretty Woman. Striking Jack showed to many a regional and national title with Pula and Reinette Giliomee, while Jack Daniels found his way to his forever home at Hillside Stables as a yearling.To this day, he remains Sanna’s sire of choice.

THE PATH TO STARDOM Jackle Berry’s introduction to the show ring was in the in-hand division where she was undefeated as a two-year-old. As a threeyear-old, she completed her first class in harness by competing in the Natural Mane and Tail division in 2015. With Sanna’s assistant

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Jackle Berry wins the four-year-old walk-trot class at the Parys Christmas Festival horse show in 2016.

As a four-year-old Jackle Berry won her first regional Grand Championship title at the Bethlehem show in 2017.

trainer Dolly Aschendorff at the reins, she took on horses a year older than herself to place second in the four-year-old class in this division at Bloemfontein.

do exactly that with an extraordinary horse like Jackle Berry.”

A year later, Jackle Berry had unmistakably matured considerably – which then begged the question if she was now ready to take In 2016 Jackle Berry and Sanna returned to the City of Roses on the more established senior horses at the 2018 Bloemfontein and made quite an impression on the Bloemfontein crowd. showcase. Undeniably the firm crowd favorite in the four-year-old South African National Fine Harness Championship, the razor sharp “Yes, she had the heart and will to deliver her best, but with mare with her lofty and rhythmic trot had to settle for the second her birthday in March, I knew that she simply wasn’t ready to place red ribbon. Regardless of the outcome on that memorable compete successfully on the national stage. Having just turned six, she still lacked the necessary muscle tone and body mass night, many an onlooker realized that an equine star was born. to be a serious contender in the Open Stake where she would In the winter of 2016, the decision was made to switch Jackle have to compete against horses twice her age,” says Sanna who Berry to the three-gaited division where Ockert and Sanna admits that it was incredibly hard to leave her best horse at understandably anticipated she would one day reign supreme home when the rest of her show string left for the Free State on the national stage. Being so lanky for her age, maximizing her capital in April 2018. In her heart of hearts, however, she knew strength, fitness and muscle tone was top priority. In the summer it had to be done. of 2016/17, the stunning mare won the four-year-old class at the Parys Christmas Festival and three regional grand championship Through the winter of 2018, Jackle Berry’s training was taken to the next level. Different training methods were tried and titles at Standerton, Brits and Bethlehem. tested. Certain approaches like using trotting poles and jogging In 2017 Sanna made the decision not to take the then five-year-old her in a buggy in a way similar to preparing her for participation Jackle Berry to that year’s South African National Championships. in harness proved unsuccessful in Sanna’s quest to bring out Says Sanna, “They say that good things come to those who wait. the best in her as a walk-trot horse, while other methods like Although I never rush any of my horses’ progress, it is so easy to dropping her down and jogging her at a leisurely pace in the jog

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bike for extended periods of time three times a week (advice Sanna received from Koekie de Villiers), had the desired effect. Sanna returned to basics upon remembering what her former mentor, the legendary Tom Moore, had said decades earlier when she did an apprenticeship under him:“He said,‘A true show horse will always pick himself up at the show and perform to the best of his ability.’ That right there kept me on the right track. I hardly ever spooked her. I just kept dropping her down to get her as strong as possible – knowing full well that she would do the rest at the show.”

Championship title for amateur horses, into second place at the Bethlehem regional show earlier this year. This time around the staff at Hillside Stables was not derailed by disappointment. As far as they were concerned the defeat was nothing more than a temporary setback. Not one of them was prepared to take their eyes off the ultimate prize. Bloemfontein show was less than two months away and during that time things seemed to fall neatly into place.

From a maintenance and conditioning point of view, Ockert and Sanna left no stone unturned. Not only did Ockert develop a novel anti-oxidant formula that reduces lactic acid buildup for In December 2018, Sanna was upbeat about Jackle Berry’s Jackle Berry, Sanna also called in the help of two equine sport chances of hitting the big league at the specialists. Dr. Jan Still performed acupuncture Parys Christmas Festival Horse Show, South on Jackle Berry while Tasmyn Gouws resorted Africa’s second largest Saddlebred show. to electromagnetic pulse therapy on the mare. THEY SAY THAT Jackle Berry was up against two former Like clockwork, from October 2018 to April South African National Grand Champions, GOOD THINGS COME this year, farrier Thinus Rademan had also Supreme Rare Dreamer with three-gaited and shod the horse every six weeks. TO THOSE WHO WAIT. trimmed extraordinaire Elizka Jordaan in the irons and Nothing was left to chance. Viva Tonite with owner Madrie van Huysteen ALTHOUGH I NEVER in the saddle. Just like Tom Moore once In the weeks leading up to the world’s largest RUSH ANY OF MY predicted, Jackle Berry did pick herself up, but open air Saddlebred show, Sanna and Jackle did so just a little too much. Making some HORSES’ PROGRESS, Berry connected in the most spectacular of truly memorable passes, the long-striding ways. If Sanna ever entertained any doubt mare was however slightly out of her bridle. IT IS SO EASY TO DO about her mare’s capabilities, it now vanished Somewhat controversially, the pair finished in EXACTLY THAT WITH like mist before the sun. More than ever before, third place. Although her demeanor did not Sanna could sense that she was frighteningly betray her, Sanna admits to being devastated AN EXTRAORDINARY close to realizing her lifelong dream – to win and almost giving up on her lifelong dream a Grand Championship title at Bloemfontein HORSE LIKE of winning the Three-Gaited Grand show. Championship at Bloemfontein. JACKLE BERRY. AND THE WINNER IS . . . Once Sanna was back to her old resilient On the first day of the South African National self, it was time for some serious reflection: “It was back to the Championships, Sanna and Jackle Berry delivered a flawless drawing board. Not only did I have to find a way to contain this performance in die LadiesThree-Gaited Championship to win the larger than life mare, which is quite difficult when you’re dealing class by an unanimous decision in emphatic fashion. Immediately with a horse with her kind of neck and healthy self-esteem; I also the Bloemfontein crowd identified the pair as potential winners had to take my personal fitness to a whole new level. Believe me, on Saturday night. It had been 13 years since a mare had won the Jackle Berry is fun to ride, but you need to be conscious of her Open Three-Gaited Stake (the 16-year-old Touch the Moon with every stride and stay with her. To be perfectly honest, any horse Kevin Eltringham in 2006) and now the showgrounds were abuzz worthy of a spot in a National Grand Championship is hardly with speculation:Would the table finally be turned on stallion and ever a walk in the park – especially in the enormous Bloemfontein gelding domination in recent years? ring with its very long straights. As an older rider with a back problem, I realized it was time for me to commit to a strict training Despite a sterling performance in the qualifier, doubt started to cast program as well. I spent hours in the gym to become as strong a shadow over the dream. Sanna admits that she initially entered as I possibly could. As I grew fitter and reached my ideal weight, Jackle Berry for the Amateur Stake on Friday evening.“That decision my back became stronger and the pain and discomfort subsided. went against everything we had worked for. It haunted me for a I felt great, but next thing I knew I tore a cartilage in my right good few hours. Eventually I went back to the show office and knee. The doctors wanted to operate, but I stubbornly refused. withdrew my entry and asked that I be entered for the Open My veterinarian hubby supported my decision and set out to Stake on Saturday night instead. Immediately the weight was off concoct a remedy, I kid you not, while I continued to train ‘around’ my shoulders. I knew I had made the right decision. Besides, I had my injury. For months I walked with a limp and to this day I ride nothing to lose. Jackle Berry was ready. I was ready – well, more with a back and knee brace, but it was totally worth it. I was finally so than at Parys four months earlier where I got tired halfway fit enough to ride Jackle Berry to the best of my physical ability.” through the championship class. And when that happens my horse is compromised. It really is as simple as that. With my sites now on As if to torment Sanna one last time, Jackle Berry was also beaten the biggest prize, I just hoped and prayed that my back and knee by the seasoned amateur combination of Never Say Never and would hold out on Saturday night. But, you know what? Whatever Attie Koen, former winners of the South African National Grand the outcome, I knew she would make me proud.”

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At long last... a dream is realized. Number 32 will never be forgotten...

Jackle Berry and Sanna Botha during their qualifying class in 2019 on their way to the Three-Gaited Stake.

When Number 32 was announced the winner of the prestigious title, the Bloemfontein crowd erupted in a frenzy of applause and jackal calls. Almost as if the long-striding mare had at long last realized the enormity of the occasion, Jackle Berry put back her swanlike neck and carried Sanna to the center of the ring in spectacular form. If there had been a Doubting Thomas looking on, the gorgeous mare had now refuted any misgivings. She had unequivocally convinced friend and foe. Collecting the spoils to When the pair entered the ring, the boisterous Bloemfontein a standing ovation, Sanna Botha’s dream of becoming a South crowd supported the mare’s every stylish step around the arena. African National Grand Champion had just become a reality. But with so many top horses in the arena, it was hard to predict the outcome. At least four horses stood between Jackle Berry “It was the single most exhilarating moment of my life,” recalls and victory: the reigning champion Supreme Rare Dreamer Sanna emotionally.“You work hard for something like this, but when (the gorgeous stallion and reigning champion looked every it finally happens it is so incredibly surreal. I remember screaming bit as special as in 2018 when he and Elizka Jordaan won the out with joy and appreciation. I was both incredibly happy and title);Viva Tonite (the very beautiful 2016 winner was perfection completely dumbfounded. Images of all these wonderful horses personified with his equally stylish rider Madrie van Huysteen); with us in the arena flashed before my eyes – and yet we won!” Snap Crackle & Pop (a handsome Undulata’s Nutcracker import with Victor Botha in the saddle) and Undulata’s Made A TEAM EFFORT in Heaven (the other Undulata’s Nutcracker progeny in the ring In the wake of the memorable victory, Sanna remains extremely and three-times winner and Junior Hugo looked determined to grateful for the unwavering support of her husband Ockert, her win a fourth title). Add Jackle Berry to the mix and the top five daughter Nicola Burger (who now trains at Singing Hills Stables contenders resembled a group of horses that couldn’t possibly in Shelbyville, Kentucky), her assistant trainer for the last 16 years be any more diverse. Each horse brought something uniquely Dolly Aschendorff, Jackle Berry’s meticulous caretaker Richardt spectacular to the table. As for the 5 000 guests in attendance Ushe, Ockert’s daughters Estelle en Lario Botha who traveled to . . . Well, they could feast their eyes on the menu and place Bloemfontein to support Sanna, and last but not least, every single their orders. But in the end, it was up to the three judges to person who has rooted for Jackle Berry over the last few years. This truly is a story that was written in the stars. determine who would reign supreme. On Saturday, Ockert made sure that Sanna ate well and drank enough water with a good dose of electrolytes.Then the waiting game began. The hours before the Grand Championship class were nerve-racking, but as soon as it was time to prepare Sanna went into a trancelike zone where nothing could deter her anymore. Jackle Berry was her usual self – totally at ease and completely unaware of what was about to happen.

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Rick at 16-years-old showing a pony named Slick Rick.

Richard Cicero Jr.:

By Deveau Zubrod Kreitzer

BACK IN THE BUGGY

R

ichard Cicero Jr. grew up with hackney ponies, his parents had their own barn in Connecticut called Rochelle Farms, named after his two sisters, Rose and Shelly. While his dad held a full-time job as a policeman, he made time for the farm as well. They worked the ponies themselves, and had a small breeding program as well.“My parents tell stories about how they use to set up a little corral at shows for us and the oldest kid would be in charge,” recalled Cicero. He remembered the family atmosphere and community fostered during his days showing on the east coast circuit. As he got older, the training and care of the horses was something he learned as part of the family, and he got more involved. At just 16, he started training horses professionally. “I had the pleasure of learning and being around some of the best trainers there were. They taught me so much and they were willing to take a young guy like me and help.” Some of the trainers that Cicero watched and learned from were Gib Marcucci, Doc Raun, Denny Lang and Terry McKenzie. While his background was with the hackney ponies, he became more involved with the Saddlebred industry when Jan Lukens convinced him to broaden his horizons and step on a horse. He had been exposed to the breed while he was at shows, but hadn’t spent as much time around them.“She told me to come to Ravena and learn to ride, so I did.You can’t become a good horse trainer until you learn all aspects of it.”

Cicero continued to work with the horses, honing his craft, and enjoying success in the industry, but when he was 21-yearsold his path changed dramatically when he joined the army. He had grown up in a family of servicemen and felt the duty and responsibility to go and serve his country, as the Gulf War was going on in the Middle East. His dad had downsized the training operation, and worked just a few ponies for other people. While the ponies had to take a back seat, Rick tried to keep up with what was going in the industry, and would make it to as many shows as possible. He recalled how he would come home and go to horse shows. “I would fly home from the Middle East in time to go to Louisville for the World Championships.” While in the army, Cicero served as a paratrooper from 19901994, and another three years in the Army National Guard. He followed in his dad’s footsteps and became a police officer after his service, first in Connecticut, and later in Virginia. While he enjoyed the ponies still, and fooled around with them now and again, he never again had his own barn or really showed much. “I actually got involved with police dogs and their training,” he explained. In 2003, Cicero joined the Virginia State Police. “I was a Virginia trooper and had a shift partner whose wife had Saddlebreds. I went and taught her how to bit a horse, and I broke a couple young ones for her.” Cicero retired from the police force in 2007 after a training injury damaged his knee, and then moved to Florida and went

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Lark Henry and Rick Cicero, along with his daughter, Scarlet, getting the pony hooked for Cicero’s drive.

Cicero longlining at Bobbin Hollow.

on to become a military defense contractor in the middle east for three years. He worked with the U.S. Marines and their dogs, and then returned to work with the Royal Canadian Regiment as an IED (Improvised Explosive Device) detection dog handler in Afghanistan. In 2010, he was working with a team of men from the Canadian forces, teaching the soldiers to work with dogs trained to sniff out explosives. His team came under fire when an IED detonated. Cicero was credited with clearing the area of any secondary devices, aiding a wounded soldier, and setting up an evacuation zone. Just days later, his dog sniffed out another bomb, leading him directly to it.Too close, the IED exploded, targeting Cicero, and resulted in catastrophic injuries from the detonation. Cicero lost his right arm and right leg in the explosion. After a long and arduous recovery, Cicero was fitted for prosthetic limbs. It was a hard adjustment, but his bravery and faith never wavered. Of course, lucky to be alive, the thought of being around the horses again was the furthest thing from his mind. In 2015, Cicero was awarded the Defense Medal for the Defense of Freedom, the civilian equivalent of the Purple Heart for service members. It was also in 2015 that Cicero began working with the Walter Reed National Military Medical Center in Bethesda, Maryland as a medical test subject in the study and engineering of prosthetic limbs. Cicero now has a

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Cicero driving again for the first time at Bobbin Hollow Farm.

battery-powered arm that moves when he thinks it, just like his other intact arm.The robotic arm is attached to bone, which is an experimental procedure called osseointegration. “Inside my arm, and my leg as well, the bone was hollowed out and tapped, just like you would tap a nut to screw a bolt into, and the base piece screws directly into that,” Cicero told Bay News last year. The technology was pioneered in Europe and clinical trials began at Walter Reed just a few years ago. Traditional socketbased prosthetics offer many challenges for their users, including skin irritation and pain.The process of osseointegration is done in two stages several months apart, as the bone must have time to heal in between stages.The prosthetic device now clicks on in just seconds, and eliminates the extra weight, the plastic, and the sweating from a traditional prosthetic limb. In March of 2018, Cicero had surgery again so that doctors could attach a prosthetic leg straight to his thigh bone, making him the first person in the U.S. to have osseointegration in both an upper and lower limb.“I have the benefit of sensation as well as advanced control and function of the prosthetic and that’s what finally got me back into horses,” explained Cicero. “When it came time to liquidate my dad’s ponies and tack last year, I called Lark [Henry] and asked if she would like some stuff.” Cicero and Henry had been acquaintances for many


years. “We basically grew up together on the New England show circuit. I was from Massachusetts and he was from Connecticut,” said Henry. “At Eastern States Horse Show we were always stabled across from each other.”

named High Steppers Simply Awesome and they debuted at the Pro-Am Charity Horse Show this spring in the Hackney Harness Pony division to a reserve championship. The duo took home a blue ribbon at the Summer Fun Horse Show.

Henry asked Cicero to stop by and fill her in on the ponies, what they needed, and how they worked. Rick’s father wasn’t doing great health-wise, so he was trying to help him downsize. “He sent me two older ponies, I found one a home, and the other is in the pasture, and will end up being a lesson pony,” said Henry. “Then he had one I believe he got from Gib Marcucci, he’s a really nice pony, somehow I got that pony. He’s in training, so I was messing with him, and I said, ‘Rick, I haven’t done the ponies, will you come out and give me some pointers? He said, Ok, when do you want me to come’.”

“He’s become so capable. In the beginning we were all a little frightened. He’s always said, ‘what’s the worst thing that can happen, I’ve already died,’’’ said Henry. “I would say in the beginning; I had heart palpitations. But now I completely have faith in him, and trust him 100 percent. He can do more than I can do, especially being around the farm and being handy. He made me a believer, and I think it’s made him a believer too. I don’t think he knew he could even do what he’s doing.”

Cicero hadn’t worked with horses at all since his injuries, and he came out to the barn, with no intentions of actually handling the pony. He just expected to give her some insight into it’s previous work routine. “The next thing I knew, there was a set of long-lines in my hand, and it was like sticking a needle in a junkies arm,” recalled Cicero excitedly. “I never really thought that it was something I would ever be able to do again. I did it with one hand, and I really never thought that I would have the ability to walk like I could.”

“Here we are today and going into Louisville,” added Cicero. “Getting back on the green shavings, and being able to do it in the position I am in now is incredible. If I can do nothing but Game changer help lead in the community and help bring it was, Cicero was at back some of the family atmosphere, I’ll be happy.” Cicero is grateful for the the barn again and opportunities the horse industry has given over the years, the memories and again. He couldn’t him friendships they have created, and he’s excited to be able to give back to that get enough of his industry. “The horse business has been moments with the really wonderful to me.”

ponies. “He’s got the entire team behind him,”

A week later, Cicero was back out at Henry’s Bobbin Hollow Farm north of Ocala, Florida to work with the pony again. “We got him hooked and I swung a leg over the cart.”That feeling was one that Cicero had been waiting years for, even though he didn’t even know it. After some discussion between Henry and Cicero, Henry slipped the right line onto Cicero’s prosthetic hook. Neither had any idea if it would work, and Henry admitted she was a bit terrified of the situation. Neither knew if he would be able to steer or have control of the pony, but both were willing to give it a shot. “It was an absolute game changer for me,” said Cicero with emotion in his voice.“I could feel his mouth through my arm, and I couldn’t believe it.”

“We have a lot of kids in the industry; the equitation programs, the road pony medallion programs, there are so many opportunities for them. I want to help be a good example to overcome adversity in life and not let small hurdles stop them. I can help change the dynamic for the better and I want to be a part of that. That’s something the horses have given me the opportunity to do, that no place else can.”

Cicero is grateful that the horse community has welcomed him back with open arms. “When I came back to the horse show in March at Gasparilla, we were stabled next to Randy and Denessa Harper – I’ve known them my whole life. I was walking down the aisle and Denessa came over and recognized me and said hello, and the next thing I know I’m out there lining a pony and jogging a pony with them. I asked Randy, ‘Am I still Game changer it was, Cicero was at the barn again and again. allowed in the club?’ He said, ‘Brother, you never left the club.’ He couldn’t get enough of his moments with the ponies. “He’s And that just speaks volumes.” got the entire team behind him,” added Henry.“In the beginning we had three of us at the pony. It was like a kid learning to ride Since his osseointegration surgery, Cicero has also been able a bike with training wheels, we would run around with him. It to return to other loves of his, including training K9’s, teaching was kind of like setting your kid free, and when we let him go martial arts, and shooting. He was formerly a professional firearms instructor and has worked with Sig Sauer, creating on his own, old Rick came back.” a pistol stabilizing brace, and running a program called Learn “The first time out of the arena. He got so excited and leaned to Shoot Again. Cicero goes out to the veteran community into the pony, and was growling at him. Every time I look at that and works to rebuild veteran’s self-confidence by providing them the opportunity to not only learn to shoot again, but picture, I’m reminded of that moment.” also providing them a network and community – much like the It didn’t take Cicero and Henry long to find a nice harness community that Cicero is wanting to continue to grow in the pony for him to call his own. Cicero purchased the black gelding horse industry.

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Cicero working with HAVA’s Learn to Shoot Again Program.

Rick back in the saddle.

Cicero showing High Steppers Simply Awesome at Pro-Am Charity Horse Show this spring.

“I’m very active in the veteran community. I want to get more veterans engaged in the horse industry, getting them out to the farm and watching them work and learn a little bit. Every barn I know of needs help and we can get these guys trained and get them employment and get them out of the house every day.” Cicero also worked with Bobbin Hollow Farm on creating a day for Veterans during the Summer Fun Horse Show in June. “We invited some of the area veterans to come out and see the horses. I would love to get a program and funding for them. Whether it be they want to hop on a tractor and go for a ride, or come and learn about horses, teach them the horsemanship aspect of it – because horses never lie to you. It takes the human element out of it. Many veterans have emotional issues from combat and it takes the personal nonsense out of it. It makes them productive and helps us out too.The more they learn, the more they want to learn, and the more they want to do.” “His military friends are wonderful people and wonderful friends,” added Henry. “To be honest with you, I didn’t think it was possible, until Rick. They don’t want it to be therapy, they want to feel a part of normal life. I’m now a believer that this can happen. Not only injured veterans, but veterans that may have PTSD. The hands-on experience, and a little bit of normalcy for them. They have been a big help. He’s out there teaching them how to brush, and so much.” “We haven’t really developed it into anything huge yet, but Rick has been an inspiration, I think it’s something,” Henry added.

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Cicero has two children, a son Dylan who is 28, and a daughter, Scarlet, 21. They are both following in their father’s footsteps, serving their country. In fact, Dylan was stationed in Afghanistan at the same time as his father, when the accident happened. He flew with Rick to Germany on the Medevac flight and stayed with him at the hospital. Cicero said that having his son there when he woke up was the best thing because he had always taught his own son to make the best of any situation. He didn’t complain, instead had faith that he would be okay. Scarlet, is currently stationed in California in the Monterey area. “She’s a driving force that kept me coming back to the horses,” explained Cicero. She learned to ride while they were living in Virginia, and then was involved with the ponies as well.“She was at the horse shows when I was not. She’s helping learn the barn duties and doing all these different things. The horse industry is so welcoming and those are the kind of things that bring it all together.” She plans to stay active in the horse industry and continue to ride herself. When in Florida, she spends much of her time at Bobbin Hollow as well. Rick spends as much time as he can at the farm.“He is obsessed now.This is his thing.This is what it’s supposed to be about. He makes me look at it new as well,” added Henry. Cicero has a camper at the farm so he can spend days at a time there, and he enjoys working on the farm when he’s not working with the ponies. “He’s fixed our golf cart, our lawnmower, he’s fixed everything on the farm, we need to keep him around for our farm hand,” laughed Henry. “There’s literally nothing he can’t do.”


MEET CAILIN LEE BRIDGES Where were you born and raised? Salisbury, Massachusetts

Tell us about your previous world cup experience? I was on the Five-Gaited Young Riders team in 2015 and the Five-Gaited World Cup team in 2016. Both times I Where did you go to school? was able to travel to South Africa for the competitions. Essex Agricultural and Technical High School in Danvers, In 2015, my team won gold and I was the individual FiveMA majoring in Equine Science class of 2015. Gaited gold medal winner. In 2016 my team won silver.The World Cup team was something I had always dreamed What was your ďŹ rst exposure to horses? of being a par t of since I was younger. To be picked to I first started riding at a hunter/jumper barn when I was be on the team was one my biggest accomplishments. little. One day I fell off and broke my arm and decided I never wanted to ride again. After it was healed, I saw that A little bit of history – tell us more about yourself- what my cousin, Lexi Pearson, was riding at a local saddle seat were you doing before working at USEF? barn. I decided I wanted to start riding again and the rest Before working at USEF, I worked at Cater Stables in is history. I started showing in Academy and then when New Hampshire. I took care of a string of horses and I became a teenager, my parents leased a horse for me, taught both Academy and Show rider lessons. I currently Wicked Whispers. When I got serious about Equitation, live in Kentucky with my boyfriend, Dylan and my dog, my parents bought me my first horse, Arabella Godiva. I Kongo. showed her all throughout my equitation career. Would you like to share information about your family? What is your current profession? I am the middle child. I have an older sister, Cour tney and I am the National Breeds & Disciplines Program Coordinator a younger sister, Cassidy. I also have two very suppor tive at the United States Equestrian Federation. I mainly work parents, Traci and Scott, who always helped me chase my with the Young Riders and World Cup Teams. crazy horse dreams.

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Kongo, Cailin’s adorable canine companion, enjoying the park

Cailin and Bridgewater’s Elegant Nite at Bloemfontein

Cailin and Misty Meadows Hollywood Boulevard at Bloemfontein

What horse(s)/ponies do you currently show and in what divisions or what would be your dream horse to show? I would love to have a Five-Gaited horse and show in the gaited stake at Louisville one day. What has been your most memorable show ring moment thus far? My most memorable show ring moment would be when I won my first National Championship in South Africa! I was the South Africa National Three-Gaited Pleasure Champion Equitation 18 and under with Bridgewater’s Elegant Nite. In 2016, I lived in South Africa for a month and got to compete at their National Championship in Bloemfontein. I showed under Harold Poil Stables. A few years later, I had the opportunity to show Fort Chiswell’s Hot Kiss at Kansas City and won my first National Championship in the United States with Cater Stables. He is a very special horse to me so being able to win my first National Championship with him meant a lot to me. Who do you most look up to in the Saddlebred world

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QUICK FACTS Favorite Food: Sushi Favorite band/music/singer: John Mayer Favorite Movie: The Man Who Knew Too Little One thing you couldn’t live without: My dog, Kongo. He’s the best dog in the world. One thing you wish didn’t exist (or you could “take it or leave it”): Rent payments Favorite Horse Show and why: Kansas City because of the equitation classes Favorite Destination: Country Boy Brewery What’s one thing no one knows about you? Or something people would be surprised to find out about you? I have the biggest phobia of butterflies.

and why? The person I look up to most in the Saddlebred world would be Kristen Cater. She is an amazing representation of how hard work pays off. She is so dedicated to her barn, horses and clients and I think it shows every time you see them in the show ring. What has been your biggest challenge to overcome? My biggest challenge to overcome was to accept that nothing is ever going to be perfect. What are your goals for the future? My goals for the future would be to continue in the horse world. What advice would you offer to others starting out on the “horse show adventure?” Not to get wrapped up in being perfect and putting too much pressure on yourself. Everyone learns at their own pace. Just because you aren’t great one day does not mean you won’t be the next day. The more comfortable you feel, the more you will allow yourself to learn but sometimes it just takes time.


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U.S. SADDLE SEAT YOUNG RIDERS TEAM SWEEPS GOLD MEDALS at Saddle Seat Invitational Test Event

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ew Orleans, La. – The 2019 U.S. Saddle Seat Young Riders Stripes Team secured all four gold medals and gained valuable experience in international competition at the 2019 U.S. Saddle Seat Invitational Test Event in New Orleans, La. Hosted at Cascade Stables from July 1-5, the U.S. team faced off against two teams from South Africa. Under the guidance of Coach Christy Parker (Hortense, Ga.) and Assistant Coach Mary Mag Wilson (Cave Creek, Ariz.), the U.S. saddle seat equitation program has again proven itself to be a force in international saddle seat competition.

double gold in the five-gaited sections against the South African Junior Team, who earned the silver medal for the five-gaited junior section, and the South African Senior Team, who took silver for the five-gaited senior section.

U.S. Saddle Seat Young Riders Stripes Team, Three-Gaited Section Alayna Applegate, Lauren Beck, Gabriella Costantini, Alayna LoCascio, and Hallie Ricci earned double gold in threegaited sections against the South African Junior Team, who earned the silver medal for the junior three-gaited section, and the South African Senior Team, who took silver for the senior three-gaited section.

Wilson added, “I look forward to their example motivating the future of the Arabian [horse], Morgan, [American] Saddlebred, and saddle seat equitation industries.”

Makayla James, Max Michalek, Haily Miller, Stephanie Sanders, Clayton Stinnett, and Mackenzie Todd earned

“As proud I am of their rides, I am beyond proud of this team’s character. Their inclusiveness, positivity, and attitude is absolutely second to none,” said Parker. “Win, lose, or draw, all three teams competing have won much more than any medal. With this group leading the way, our future is bright.”

The riders competed on horses they were unfamiliar with as a true test of their equitation and horsemanship skills. Teams participated in the draw for horses on Monday, July 1, and had practice time over the next two days to familiarize themselves with their new equine partners. U.S. Saddle Seat Young Riders Stripes Team, Five-Gaited Section

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The judged portion of the event began on Thursday, July 4, where the U.S. made a strong first impression on the judging panel of Dejané Poil (South Africa), Michael Craghead (Fresno, Calif.), and Lisa Hillmer (Kearney, Mo.). Competition concluded on Friday evening and the pressure was on as riders performed rail and pattern work one last time. The U.S. athletes produced strong individual workouts, solidifying victory for the U.S. Saddle Seat Young Riders Stripes Team in the junior three-gaited, senior three-gaited, junior five-gaited, and senior fivegaited sections. Adding to the importance of the Saddle Seat Invitational Test Event, the competition serves as an opportunity to develop and observe potential riders for future team competitions, including the Saddle Seat World Cup. “I definitely want to try out for the 2020 [Saddle Seat] World Cup team, it would be amazing to represent my country in South Africa,” said first time team member Michalek. “Being part of the [young riders] program has boosted my confidence and made me a more defined and versatile rider, and it’s a very supportive environment.”

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For three-gaited rider Beck, and many of her teammates, one of the best parts about the young riders program has been the social aspect, “The team gets along really well together and we’ve became really good friends through the process which is something that I am grateful for. It’s important for us to interact with people from other countries to broaden our mindsets.” For more information about the U.S. Saddle Seat Young Riders Teams and 2019 Saddle Seat Invitational Test Event or for a complete list of our supporters, go to www. usasaddleseatworldcup.org. The 2019 U.S. Saddle Seat Young Riders Teams’ efforts are supported by the USA Equestrian Trust. Special thanks to Cascade Stables for hosting and donating horses, the officials, the volunteers, and to the owners who donated their horses - Bluebonnet Farm, Cornerstone, Fleur De Lis Farm, Landon Farm, Maranatha Stables, Pine Haven Stables, Silver Horse Manor, Stephens College, Stepping Stone Farm ,Twin Lakes Stables, WoodLea Farms, LLC, and the Stinnett Family.


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JUNIOR EXHIBITOR PROFILE

OLIVIA HORAN How old are you? 17 Where do you go to school/what year are you in school? I am currently a senior at Northern Guilford High School in Greensboro, North Carolina What would you like to be when you grow up? From a very young age I have dreamed of working in the medical field with either humans or animals. I would like to be a specialized veterinarian or a pediatrician Family and Pets I am an only child and my parents are Jason and Lisa. I have 2 dogs, 2 cats, and 5 horses. 4 of my horses are either retired or being used in the High Caliber lesson program and the 5th is my current show horse, Ruby. When did you ďŹ rst start riding? How did you get involved with horses? According to my Mom, I started to show interest in horses at the age of 2 after attending the Roanoke Valley Horse Show. She said that I sat for hours watching classes come in and out and talked about horses non-stop after that. A preschool friend later recommended Meadowood Stables and at the age of 3 I started riding horses with Nancy Troutman. After my first lesson I immediately fell in love with riding. Where do you ride? Have you always ridden there?

I currently ride at High Caliber Stables with Mary and Evan Orr and have been riding with them for about 4 years. Although my riding career has not always been under the High Caliber banner, Mary and Evan have been a part of my life since I was little, as I attended multiple camps and horse shows with them because of my best friend who also rides here. Prior to riding with Mary and Evan, I had the opportunity to ride with many other great trainers including Nancy Troutman, Andre Fourie, and Lee Hudson. They all played a major part of getting me to where I am today. How long have you been showing? I have been showing horses for around 11 years. I started showing in Academy when I was five and at the age of 7 I got my first show horse, Morelli. How often do you ride? On a normal school week I ride in 4 to 6 lessons a week.Typically 1 to 3 of those lessons are group lessons on Wednesdays, 1 is a private on Friday, 1 is a group on Friday, and 1 is a lesson on my show horse on Saturday morning. During the summer, however, I am normally able to ride multiple times a day during the week and once on Saturday. What is a typical practice session like for you? At High Caliber, there is never a set routine or way of doing things in a lesson. Mary is always thinking of new, fun, and creative things for us to do. Sometimes we may just get on and ride

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QUICK FACTS What is your favorite food? I LOVE mac and cheese! What is your favorite music, singer or band? Country or Pop is my go to for music. I love Thomas Rhett and Khalid. What is your favorite movie? The Notebook What’s one thing you couldn’t live without? I couldn’t live without my family, friends, horses, or a Starbucks Iced Carmel Macchiato. What’s one thing you wish you didn’t exist? I can absolutely live without DRAMA!! Use one word to sum up “You.” Reliable

Olivia and CH Bubble Bath. Photos by Laura Plant

and other times we may do pairs, play “angry bees” (a HCS favorite), do cone lessons, ride outside or inside, circles, and the list goes on. The lessons don’t stop there; we normally have a discussion halfway through the lesson about riding horses or life in general. I am also very lucky as High Caliber has a wide variety of lesson horses that range from game horses, those that are green and young, gaited horses, and ones that still think they are show horses. What are some of your favorite horses you have shown? There are two horses I have enjoyed showing the most. The first is definitely WCC CH Bubble Bath. He was such a good teacher and taught me countless lessons no other horse could have. The other is my current show horse Really Really Red. We call her Ruby and she is REALLY REALLY FUN. What horse(s) do you currently show and in what divisions? I currently show Really Really Red in 14-17 Country Pleasure. What has been your most memorable riding moment thus far? My most memorable riding moment was definitely at this year’s Lexington Junior League after winning my qualifier with Ruby. Being able to win was so exciting but seeing everyone from the barn standing up in the stands and cheering for me as I walked back is one thing that stands out the most. Seeing the smiles on the faces of my barn family, parents, and trainers that have supported me for so long made things extra special. What has been your biggest challenge to overcome? The biggest challenge I’ve had to overcome in my riding career is to find the courage to keep going and never give up after I went through multiple seasons of horses getting sick

and injured. I needed to believe that everything was going to work itself out in the end. What are your riding goals for the future? My biggest goal for riding horses right now is to have great rides and be successful in Louisville. How has riding American Saddlebreds shaped your life and made you who you are today? Riding American Saddlebreds has helped me become who I am today. They have taught me trust, patience, dedication, and teamwork. I have learned from this sport that you can’t always do something on your own. You need a team of supportive people to guide you along the way. What is one place you would love to go? I would love to visit Paris, France What is your trainer’s favorite phrase or words of advice? My trainer’s favorite phrases are “believe in yourself ” and “do it in a suit”. What are your hobbies? I spend most of my time riding horses or spending time at the barn. What do you do in your free time for fun? When I’m not at the barn I am normally spending time with family and friends or working on schoolwork. Do you have any nicknames? Most people call me Olivia, but I am sometimes called Olive, Liv, or Miss O.

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Zoe on her 21st Birthday trip in NYC

Zoe in Academy Age 7

AMATEUR PROFILE

ZOE SCHAFFEL Where were you born and raised? Tampa, FL Where did you go to school? I’m currently a senior at University of Florida in Gainesville, FL majoring in Animal Science. What was your first exposure to horses? I was 4 and my parents let me ride a horse named Mouse on vacation in Colorado. I was hooked from that moment. How did you get involved with Saddlebreds? I started taking lessons when I was 5. I moved to Academy from there and showed a horse named Somersby and then my first show horse, The Perfect Touch when I was 13.

to show; however, CH The Perfect Touch will always hold a special place as well as CH Chantilly Castle and road pony P.T.Cruiser. Those were my first 3 show horses/pony. What horses/Ponies do you currently show and in what divisions? I currently show Azure Wish in Gaited Pleasure, Hello Bombshell in Amateur Three Gaited, Undulata’s Cheekie Nut in Gaited Country Pleasure , Alfa Bravo in Hunter Country Pleasure, GR CH IAMNOTACOW in Youth Roadster, and Mr. Lucky Man and Wrapped in Chocolate. What has been your most memorable show ring moment thus far? There have been many but I will always remember getting a long ovation after my ride on Wrapped In Chocolate in my first amateur year at Louisville in the Five Gaited Amateur Stallion/Gelding class for the 3rd place ribbon.

Would you like to share information about your family? My Dad, Marty and my Mom, Mary Ann and my two dogs, What has been your biggest challenge to overcome? Taking time Brenna and Johnny Cash and our farm mascot, Buster the off of riding when I was eight and had medical issues with a Donkey. septic hip. What are some of your favorite horses/Ponies you have shown? I have loved every horse that I have had the opportunity

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What are your goals for the future? I hope to continue my equine sports therapy certification with the Magna


Zoe and CH Chantilly Castle 2014

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Zoe and CH The Perfect Touch March 2011

QUICK FACTS Favorite Food: Sushi Favorite song: Stronger by Kanye West One thing you couldn’t live without: My animals One thing you wish didn’t exist (or you could “take it or leave it”): Traffic Favorite Horse Show and why: The atmosphere and hospitality of Blowing Rock and The Shelbyville Horse Show: there’s nothing like showing in those rings. Favorite destination: The beach What’s one thing no one knows about you? Or something people would be surprised to find out about you? I can’t cluck; I sound like a bird

Zoe on a walk with CH EQ Coco Mojo in 2016

Zoe and Wrapped in Chcolate

Wave (Pulse Electro Magnetic Field Therapy), Theraplate Machine, and Game Ready. How has Showing horses shaped your life and made you who you are today? Showing horses has taught me patience, resilience and never giving up which are traits that help in every aspect of life. What’s the best place you have ever travelled to? Saint Martin: Horseback Riding and Swimming with horses in the Caribbean Sea

Zoe and Hello Bombshell in 2015

my horses with general sports medicine techniques. When time allows, I love to ride my show horses and take lessons from different instructors while in Kentucky in the summer. How frequently do you spend time at the barn? When not in school I am there every day. What was the name of your first horse? CH The Perfect Touch

What is one place you would love to go? Greece and Australia

Do you remember, what was the first horse or pony you showed? When was this? Somersby, a multi-titled pleasure horse that I had the honor of showing when I was 7.

What do you do in your free time for fun? Go to the beach and go to NHL hockey games

What about owned? When? My first horse CH The Perfect Touch when I was 13.

What’s a “typical day” for you from start to finish? When not in school, a typical day at the barn is working in my sports therapy stall on all the horses. I love being able to use the magna wave machine and the Theraplate to help

What advice would you offer to others starting out on the “horse show adventure?” It’s not about the ribbon you get but about the ride that you had.

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