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PACA PACA NEWS

2017 Canadians National Show Programme Issue 38th Annual PHAC Annual Show Aug. 25-27th., Silver Slate Arena Stavely, Alberta

Judge: The Honorable Ernesto Sandigo


Owners: Ben & Dori Sawatzky

Contact: Shannon & Cindy Zaitsoff

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LAUREADO

BDS LA SIRENA

2014 Canadian National Best Bozal & Best Gaited Horse of Show


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Peruvian Horse Association of Canada!! ! New Membership Application Name_______________________________________________________ Ranch Name__________________________________________________ Address______________________________________________________ Town_______________________Province______Postal_______________ Telephone________________________Email________________________ !!Owner-Breeder $45.00!

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!!Aficionado $15.00!

Aficionado memberships are non-voting and do not require ownership of a Peruvian Horse. Owner-Breeder members receive the member rates for registration services. I / We qualify as Owner-Breeder members through the ownership of the following horse registered with the Peruvian Horse Association of Canada: Name______________________________________Reg. #_______________________! ! !"!"!"!"!"!"!"!"!"!"!"!"!"!"!"!"!"!"!"!"!"!"!"!"!"!"!"!"!"!"!"!"!"!"!"!"!"!"!"!"!"!"!"!"!"!"!"!"!"!"!"!"!"!"!"!"!"!"

The above application is for new members. Current members are billed directly by the CLRC, OTTAWA. Important: Current members please use the CLRC form with remittance OR quote CLRC ID number on this form here: ________________________

Make all cheques or money orders payable to: PHAC Mail to: Canadian Livestock Records Corporation (CLRC) 2417 Holly Lane, Ottawa, Ontario K1V 0M7 " "

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Board of Directors President MIMI BUSK-DOWNEY 2nd Vice President Box 449 Acme AB T0M 0A0 Phone: 403-546-4331 Email: soberano31@gmail.com Vice President KRISTIN ELDRIDGE 7431 Cokedale Rd, Sedro Woolley, WA 98284 USA 360-770-6525 Email: Kristin@RancholaColina.com Director RICK MATHESON #10 401 Browne Road Vernon BC V1T 7M2 (250) 275-7715 Executive Secretary GUS McCOLLISTER Lyalta, Alberta T0J 1Y0 Phone: (403) 935-4435 Fax: (403) 935-4774 Email: gusmccollister@efirehose.net Secretary CATHIE TAGGART 4234 Hales Road, Armstrong, BC  V0E 1B0   Phone: (250) 309-1436  Email: ctaggart@telus.net Executive Treasurer WILLIE JOHNSON 250 Prestwick Close SE Calgary, AB  T2Z 4Y4 Email: willie-jj@hotmail.com Treasurer RICK CONES RR1 Cayley, Alberta T0L 0P0 Phone: 403-540-4841 Email: rick.cones@gmail.com


A Judge's Perspective: Judging the Peruvian Horse by Cheryl Aldrich Until the invention of the automobile, the horse was man's primary means of transportation, a decided advantage in warfare, and a convenient way to manage other livestock. Each geographical area of the world created breeds of horses suited to the needs and temperaments of its people. The practical, hardworking American colonist developed the Tennessee Walker and Narragansett Pacer for comfortable travel, and the Quarter horse for working cattle. Nez Perce Indians developed a fast, strong, agile horse to cope with mountainous terrain. The idea of a pleasure or show horse did not develop until the horse was no longer essential to man's everyday existence. The Spanish breeds; Andalusian, Lusitano, Paso Fino and Peruvian Paso also had their beginnings as work horses. The romantic Spanish mentality did not allow a horse to be merely functional, however, but also required that it be an extension of latin pride; a strong horse, capable of hard work, but at the same time a horse that would call your eye as it passed. It is this proud arrogance coupled with smooth, willing grace that stamps the Peruvian Horse as a Spanish invention. It was a war horse turned into a comfortable yet flamboyant traveling horse; at home whether crossing the barren Peruvian desert or showing off for crowds in the mercados. Peruvian horses are a breed of conflicting characteristics that are inherited, not created by a clever trainer: a fiery, brave-spirited temperament channeled into a willingness to please (brio); high-stepping front legs coupled with powerful driving rear legs executing a smooth harmonious rhythm (pisos); and forelegs that have a sideways rolling motion of the shoulder, knee and pastern landing the hoof square under the horse (terming). Pisos, brio and termino, trademarks of the Peruvian horse, have no direct English translation and are vital characteristics that require intimate contact with the breed to fully understand. Horse shows before the 1800's were spontaneous displays of horsemanship in the town plaza during a feria, or even among groups of horsemen as they traveled. Each rider tried to outshine the previous performance. The appreciation and applause of the spectators and other riders constituted the judging and determination of who won the impromptu competition. For horse shows of the 1990's, exhibitors and judges have written rules and standards to USC as guidelines which draw a picture of the ideal horse. In the arena, however, there are no perfect horses, as every horse has faults. The judge's job is to place the horses in order of their virtues. Judges have a vision of "ideal" that is expressed by placing horses


that fall within a range. This balancing act is an exercise in priorities; super gait and brio with less than average conformation versus average gait, brio and conformation. Who wins? That's the judge's call. Nor will every judge make the same placement. Most breeds have a variety of classes; Hunt Seat, English Pleasure Saddle Seat, Western Pleasure Show, Hack, etc, each one requiring different clothing and tack. Color coordination, amount of silver and correct appointments can win or lose a class. Although the judging and showing of the Peruvian horse itself is complex, the tack and attire needed to compete is wonderfully simple. A Peruvian saddle and bridle, white shirt, pants and scarf, with a Peruvian style poncho and straw hat are all that are required for any Championship qualifying class. Other types of saddles and bridles may be used as long as the styles of tack are not mixed. The cost of your saddle or amount of silver adornment is completely unimportant. The focus of the judging is on the rider and horse. There are two major divisions that qualify for championships. The Breeding Division is so called because the inherited qualities (gait, brio and conformation) of the horse are being judged. Equitation and training are of no importance because a great Peruvian horse is bred, not trained. Proper training is simply the showcase which allows the inherited ability to be seen at it's best, while improper training can hide a horse's ability. Halter, Under Saddle and In Bit are all part of the Breeding Division as is Luxury Gelding. Breeding classes are the only type of class you will see in Peru. Pleasure and Equitation classes are an American creation, as foreign to the Peruvian mind as Breeding classes are to many Americans. Pleasure Division classes emphasize the performance of the horse and the equitation of the rider. For both exhibitors and judges, these classes are the most difficult. The picture becomes complicated by the effort to balance the equitation of the rider with the maneuverability and quality of the horse. In the Breeding Division, horses are only required~ to move in troth directions around the arena. Pleasure Division classes require that a horse be well trained in making proper balanced circles, figure eights, and stops in a collected, calm manner. The rider should have a balanced, quiet seat and hands that give the appearance of effortless control. Because the Peruvian's gait is the single most distinctive aspect of this breed, the judging criteria in a Peruvian horse show differ greatly from that used in shows of other breeds. No explanation of Peruvian classes would be complete without the mention of the Gait (Pisos) class which is judged 100% on the horse's gait. The three most important attributes of a Peruvian horse are pisos, pisos, pisos! Without pisos, you do not have a Peruvian horse. Just as everyone can sing to some extent, but some people have such harmony, tone and quality of voice to be exceptional, all Peruvian horses are naturally gaited (have pisos), but some horses are more harmonious, rhythmic, with extreme termino, while still remaining smooth. As Peruvians become more and more popular in the United States, Americans are striving to grasp this concept created by a foreign way of thinking.


Just as there are no perfect individual horses, the Peruvian breed in general has faults that need improvement. A significant responsibility of the judge is to make breeders aware of needed improvements that will enhance breed characteristics while maintaining the true essence of the Peruvian horse. The Peruvian breed has been successfully transplanted to the United States without a loss of its heritage; a considerable feat considering the American inclination to Americanize. There are many qualities that make a good judge. Any combination of Peruvian horse owner, breeder, rider, trainer, exhibitor or all-around horseman is paramount to a complete understanding of the breed. Emotionally, a judge is a person who would rather eat, sleep and talk horses above all else. When a judge enters the arena, all friendships and animosities are left at the entry gate. Regardless of rule books, morality cannot be legislated and experienced exhibitors know that they have received an objective opinion. Judges honor their mandate to balance a myriad of attributes fairly and the identities of owner, horse or rider only confuse the issue. Judging is a demanding task; often requiring the judge to stand in the heat, cold or rain for two or three days, withstanding the influence of strong personalities, making one decision after another, weighing each horse against every other. With a sufficient number of horses competing, the final barrida should paint a picture of what is "ideal" to each judge. The World Book Dictionary defines judging as, "The ability to form opinions". Judging is an art: the giving of a personal opinion, not a science. Ask six people to describe a complex landscape, with all six looking at the same scene, and you will receive six individual descriptions. Most judges have very definite opinions on what makes a good Peruvian horse. Since opinions are like "noses" - everybody has one, it is not surprising that judges do not always agree. This can make for some very heated debates and confusion among novices. For this reason, one show is not a true test of a horse's quality. If, in a series of ten shows, a horse places in the top three and only places lower once or twice, it is among the best. However, if it places in the top three twice and is given Honorable Mention seven times, consider looking for a more serious show ring contender. Shows are a place to learn new training techniques, show off a new stallion, have passionate discussions about the merits of a particular horse, have fun, and talk to the judge about "why" that horse placed 3rd. Contrary to popular belief, exhibitors may talk to the judge, just not about any horse that has yet to be shown in front of him/her. One should not go to shows only to win, as disappointment is a sure result. There are only a few blue ribbons compared to all the red, yellow, green and pink ribbons. Seasoned, educated exhibitors know when they have won and why they have lost. Newer exhibitors are smart to use the show ring as a classroom; studying the correct (winning) and incorrect (losing) horses. Over the years, people who do this become winners because of the knowledge they have gained, which makes them competent riders with quality horses. People who choose not to learn, but rather disregard the proceedings in the arena, electing instead to stand aside making disparaging remarks will never progress as competent exhibitors or breeders.


Then there are the losers who lost because: the judge only places chalans /big breeders; discriminates against women/American bred horses/color; was a friend of the winner; had dinner with the winner, etc., etc., etc. To be fair, many of these poor sports are disadvantaged by an unrealistic opinion of their horse's ability based on stories told them by unscrupulous horse sellers. Negative attitudes like these, however, will keep them out of the winner's circle until they begin an education based on real facts. The secret to winning is not knowing the judge, having a male Peruvian chalan or an imported horse. The secret to winning is having the best horse in the class; a horse with natural smooth pisos, true brig, and strong conformation; a horse trained to show all of its good qualities. Cheryl Aldrich has been involved with the Peruvian horse for nearly two decades. Besides being an avid breeder, Cheryl rides her Peruvians extensively has been a long time member of the Texas Ladies Aside; a drill team participant; and an accredited judge. She has judged approved Peruvian Paso shows in six different countries.

Our lovely Cheryl passed away 2 ago and is missed by many here in Canada.


Wild West 2017 Getting their Ribbons Armstrong, B.C.•


THE 38th ANNUAL CANADIAN NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP PERUVIAN HORSE SHOW AUGUST 25 – 27th, 2017

SHOW PROGRAM

Sponsored by: The Peruvian Horse Association of Canada (PHAC) The 38th Annual Canadian National Championship Peruvian Horse Show August 25-27, 2017 Silver Slate Arena Stavely, Alberta


Our Judge: Ernesto Sándigo

! Ernesto Sandigo was born in Corinto, Nicaragua, and grew up on his father’s ranch where he fell in love with horses and all equine. The Sándigo family moved to the US in 1983. In 1991 he graduated from Northern Arizona University with a Bachelor’s of Science in Chemistry, and in 1995 he graduated from Colorado State University School of Veterinary Medicine as a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine.   Twenty-four years ago Ernesto, along with his father Humberto and brother Juan Bosco, established a Peruvian Paso breeding program in Yuma, Arizona.  Their focus has been on strength, longevity and of course the beautiful, natural smooth movement that sets the Peruvian Paso Horse apart. Ernesto has been an international judge for over 15 years. He is uniquely qualified.  His veterinary studies and his equine practice provide him with an exceptional understanding of anatomy and movement, and he has spent thousands of hours on top of the saddle training and riding these magnificent Horses.  Since establishing the breeding program, he has immersed himself in the study of the Peruvian Paso Horse from birth to bit and developed a profound understanding of their natural movement. Ernesto was fortunate to train for two years under the tutelage of Ron Willis, a true natural horseman.  He employs the philosophy and techniques of natural horsemanship, appreciating the harmony of true partnership between man and horse.  He trains his own horses as well as those he treats through his veterinary practice; Dr. Sándigo has been married to his lovely wife Laura for 30 years and they have 4 children.   He also enjoys running and hiking.


Show Officials Show Chairperson

Grant McKinney, Earl & Lynn Moker

Show Manager Show Steward Show Secretary Announcer Ring Admission Stewards Ringmaster Barn Supervisor Trail Class Hospitality Sponsorships Ribbons Trophies Premium List Show Program Auction

Margaret Toma Bea Heuvelink CJ Heck Louise Burton John and Sandy Van Den Brink, Heather Neilson Dianne Little Earl Moker Tanner Rosia, Tracy Brown Heather Neilson Gail Rodgers Lynn Moker, Janice Burdega Suzanne Brown, Sherri Rosia Jan Sjodin, Lynn Moker Sharyda Hutchinson Sarah Boismeir, Samantha Zaitsoff

Prueba Funcional Show Veterinarian

John McMillan Claresholm Veterinary Clinic (403-625-3677)

Show Committee

Contact Information: General information:

SSC Committee & PHAC Board of Directors

Lynn Moker: lmoker@xplornet.com 403-343-2814

Facility/Barn Assistance: Earl Moker lmoker@xplornet.com 403-343-2814 Sponsorships:

Gail Rodgers, gail@rodgerslog.ca

Show Secretary: CJ Heck candacejheck84@hotmail.com Cell phone: 403-682-9328 Address: P.O. Box 1635, Claresholm, AB T0L 0T0


BOARD OF DIRECTORS President Grant McKinney Phone: 403-710-0805 Email grantmckinney@xplornet.ca Vice President Chantelle Sawatzky Phone: 780-963-7419 Email chantelle.sawatzky@gmail.com Secretary Heather Neilson Treasurer Lesa Steeves Phone: 403-281-2114 Email lcsteeves@shaw.ca

We Wish you all good Luck at theCanadian Nationals.


Class Procedures, Call of the Classes and Basis for Judges Decisions Halter Classes : Each horse shall enter the ring in his best gait and shall remain in that gait until the Judge requests that the horse stop and line up. Each horse will be worked sufficiently as directed by the Judge in order to properly evaluate the gait. Horses will be worked in both directions of the ring and when requested to reverse, it is preferred that the handler change position to the inside. Position of the handler should be approximately even with the horse's withers and on the left hand side. Handlers may change sides during the individual workouts. Individual workouts may be called for any and all places by the Judge. All horses chosen for a workout must be shown as requested by the Judge. Actions that may disturb other entries (such as lunging circles when asked to line-up, or stopping intentionally) shall be forbidden. TWO AND THREE YEAR OLDS TO BE JUDGED:
 Conformation and Condition ........................................ 50% Gait ................................................................................ 30% 
 Brio and Collection ........................................................ 20% FOUR YEAR OLDS AND OVER TO BE JUDGED: 
 Conformation and Condition ......................................... 40% Gait ................................................................................ 40%
 Brio and Collection ....................................................... 20% Breeding Classes : Class Procedure: All horses will enter the arena at their best gait and will remain working until asked to line up by the ring steward. Horses will be shown in each horse's best gait both directions of the ring and otherwise as requested by the Judge. Individual workouts may be called for any and all places by the Judge. All horses chosen for a workout must be shown as requested by the Judge. The speed at which the horses are shown will be at the discretion of and completely under control of the Judge. The Judge may request different speeds of an individual horse or group to test the horse's thread, but excessive speed will not be required. Horses must be ridden throughout the entire class by only one and the same person unless the Judge, himself, wishes to ride one of the entries. ALL BREEDING DIVISION SADDLE CLASSES TO BE JUDGED: Conformation and Condition ....................................................... 35%
 Gait ................................................................ 35% 
 Smoothness........................................ 20%
 Advance and Overstep......................... 9% 
 Termino ............................................... 6% 
 Brio and Collection. ...................................................... 30% Elegance............................................. 12% 
 Energy................................................ 12%
 Manners ............................................... 6%


Gait Classes: Class Procedure: Horses shall enter at the best gait and remain working on the rail. Horses will work both directions of the arena at best gait and will be asked to walk. Judge may wish to see horses slower or may ask them to extend their gait, work side by side, or may call the horses to line-up and proceed with individual workouts. Smooth transitions are desirable as is a range of correct gait, however excessive speed is not required. Occasionally the Judge may wish to see the width of the thread (variation of speed in which a horse maintains a pure gait) of a particular horse. However, the horse which can move the fastest is not necessarily the better-gaited horse. If another horse has a finer gait or if another horse has better movement, this may count for more in the final judging. Horses must be ridden throughout the entire class by only one and the same person unless the Judge, himself, wishes to ride one of the entries. GAIT CLASSES TO BE JUDGED:
 Gait ................................................................................ 95%
 Smoothness........................................ 50% 
 Advance and Overstep....................... 15%
 Timing ............................................... 10% 
 Termino ............................................. 10% 
 Overstep and Thread ......................... 10%
 Conformation .................................................................. 5% Pleasure Division: All horses shall enter the ring at their best gait and continue on the rail. To be shown at the horse's best gait and at a walk in both directions of the ring and otherwise as requested by the Judge. The ideal Peruvian Pleasure Horse will be one that would be a smooth, efficient mount to take the rider on long rides. He should work effortlessly with a noticeable “bow” in the rein indicating very light rein cues. Leg aids will be subtle and responses will be appropriate to a horse that is a pleasure to ride. The following maneuvers on the rail in both directions shall be mandatory in Pleasure Classes prior to line-up and prior to a class cut being made. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Do complete small circles 
 Stop and stand quietly 
 Back up a minimum of five steps
 Walk on loose rein 
 Reversal of directions on the rail (done to the inside)

Pleasure - Optional maneuvers (on rail or individually) 
 1. Do serpentines through objects placed in an straight line 
 2. Do figure 8’s 



Diameter for the circles and spacing for the serpentines will be approximately 3 to 4 metres (10 to 15 feet) using safe and stable obstacles set in an approximately straight line. All maneuvers should be performed with precision. The horse should remain relaxed, and nervousness will be penalized. Mandatory maneuvers must be performed in both directions. Individual workouts may be called for any and all places by the Judge. All horses chosen for workouts must be shown as requested by the Judge. ALL PLEASURE CLASSES TO BE JUDGED: 
 Maneuvers and manners .....................40%
 Gait ......................................................30% 
 Smoothness ...............10% 
 Advance ......................10% 
 Thread .........................5%
 Termino .......................5% 
 Conformation and Condition ..................15%
 Brio and Collection ...............................15% Performance Division: All horses shall enter the ring at their best gait and continue on the rail. The following maneuvers shall be mandatory in Performance Classes in order to demonstrate tractability and good manners. An ideal Performance Horse will perform with energy and precision. A more energetic attitude than in a Pleasure class is acceptable but the horse will be awaiting cues from his rider. A horse taking his own initiative or showing rebellion or resistance to the rider’s commands should not place over a horse working quietly and correctly. Mandatory on rail prior to any class cut: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

Walk on loose rein 
 Stop and stand quietly 
 Back a minimum of five steps 
 Do complete small circles (to inside unless requested by judge toward rail) 
 Do reversals of directions on the rail (done to inside unless requested by judge toward rail) 
 Do serpentines through objects that are offset or curved configuration
 Figure 8’s 
 Side pass 
 Stop, turn on the haunches 180 degrees 


Performance Optional maneuvers (on rail or individually) 
 1. Spirals (caracol) 
 2. Back 10 – 15 steps 
 3. Turn on the forehand 



Diameter for the circles and spacing for the serpentines will be approximately 3 to 4 metres (10 to 15 feet) using safe and stable obstacles offset approx. 2 – 3 ft. Mandatory maneuvers must be performed in both directions.
 Individual workouts may be called for any and all places by the Judge. All horses chosen for workouts must be shown as requested by the Judge. ALL PERFORMANCE CLASSES TO BE JUDGED: Brio, collection, maneuvers and manners............60% Gait.......................................................................25% 
 Smoothness.........................................10% 
 Advance.................................................5% 
 Thread....................................................5% 
 Termino..................................................5% Conformation and Condition................................15% Bozal: Open to horses three (3) and four (4) years of age. All horses to be shown in the horse's best gait one or both directions of the ring and otherwise as requested by the Judge. Individual workouts may be called for any and all places by the Judge. All horses chosen for a workout must be shown as requested by the Judge. The speed at which the horses are shown will be at the discretion of and completely under control of the Judge. The Judge may request different speeds of an individual horse during workout to test the horse's thread, but excessive speed will not be required. Horses must be ridden throughout the entire class by only one and the same person. BOZAL CLASSES TO BE JUDGED:
 Conformation and Condition ........................................ 40% Gait ................................................................................ 40%
 Smoothness........................................ 20%
 Termino ............................................. 10%
 Advance and Overstep....................... 10% 
 Brio and Collection ....................................................... 20%
 Elegance............................................... 8% 
 Energy.................................................. 8%
 Manners ............................................... 4%


2017 Canadian National Show - Schedule of Classes

Friday August 25 – 8:30 AM CLASS 1. Geldings 4+ Yrs. – Zootecnico 2. Mares 4+ Yrs. – Zootecnico 3. Stallions 4+ Yrs. – Zootecnico 4. Fillies of 2014 and 2015 5. Junior Showmanship in Hand 6. Colts of 2014 and 2015 7. Jr. Showmanship in Hand 8. Luxury Geldings Stakes in Bit

QUALIFIES FOR NQ NQ NQ Halter* Champion Jr. Horse 13 & over High Point/Res. Jr. Exhibitor Halter* Champion Jr. Horse 12 & under High Point/Res. Jr. Exhibitor NQ

~~10 MINUTE INTERMISSION~~ 9. Breeding Mares/Stallions Stakes in Bit NQ 10. Novice to Ride, Bit or Bozal Breeding/Luxury** High Point Novice 11. Fillies 3-4 Yrs. In Bozal* Best Bozal 12. Jr. Saddle Equitation in Bit (13& Over) High Point/Res. Jr. Exhibitor 13. Open Amateur to Ride in Bit Breeding/Luxury* Ch./Res. Ch. Breeding G/M/S 14. Colts 3-4 Yrs. in Bozal* Best Bozal 15. Jr. Saddle Equitation in Bit (12& Under) High Point/Res. Jr. Exhibitor 16. Geldings 3-4 Yrs. in Bozal* Best Bozal LUNCH BREAK 17. Novice to Ride, Bit or Bozal Equitation** 18. Geldings 4-6 Yrs. In Bit 19. Synchronized Pairs 20. Geldings 7+ Yrs. In Bit 21. Jr. Evian (13 & Over) 22. Mares 4-6 Yrs. In Bit

High Point Novice Luxury* Ch./Res. Luxury Gelding High Point Versatility Luxury* Ch./Res. Luxury Gelding High Point/Res. Jr. Exhibitor Breeding* Ch./Res. Breeding Mare

~~10 MINUTE INTERMISSION~~ 23. *Jr. Open Attire (12 & Under) 24. Mares 7+ Yrs. In Bit 25. Novice to Ride, Bit or Bozal 26. Stallions 4-6 Yrs. In Bit 27. Open English/Western/Australian/Plantation 28. Stallions 7+ Yrs. In Bit

Pleasure High Point/Res. Jr. Exhibitor Breeding* Ch./Res. Breeding Mare Champ/Evian** High Point Novice Breeding* Ch./Res. Breeding Stallion Pleasure High Point Versatility Breeding* Ch./Res. Breeding Stallion

*1st and 2nd place qualify and MUST SHOW in appropriate Championship classes (except w/vet excuse) ** Held in accordance with PHAC Show Novice to Ride – Rule IX, Part II, Section 6A *** 1st and 2nd qualify, depending on gender of horse and MUST SHOW in appropriate Championship class ****1st and 2nd place qualify but are not required to enter Best Gaited Horse of Show class (owner’s discretion).


Saturday August 26 – 8:30 AM CLASS 29. Open Amateur to Ride in Bit- Gait* 30. Bozal Gait- Open**** 31. Novice to Ride in Bit or Bozal – Gait** 32. Junior Pleasure in Bit (13 & Over) 33. Geldings 4+ Yrs. In Bit -Gait* 34. Junior Pleasure in Bit (12 & Under)

QUALIFIES FOR Best Gaited Horse of Show Best Gaited Horse of Show High Point Novice High Point/Res. Jr. Exhibitor Best Gaited Horse of Show High Point/Res. Jr. Exhibitor

~~10 MINUTE INTERMISSION~~ 35. Mares 4+ Yrs. In Bit – Gait* 36. Novice to Ride in Bit or Bozal – Pleasure** 37. Stallions 4+ Yrs. In Bit – Gait* 38. Geldings 4-6 Yrs. In Bit Pleasure* 39. Junior Bareback Equitation (13 & Over) 40. Geldings 7+ Yrs. In Bit – Pleasure* 41. Mares 4-6 Yrs. In Bit – Pleasure* LUNCH BREAK   42. Costume (Bit or Bozal) 43. Mares 7+ Yrs. In Bit – Pleasure* 44. Junior Simon Says (12 & Under) 45. Stallions 4-6 Yrs. In Bit – Pleasure* 46. Stallions 7+Yrs. In Bit – Pleasure* 47. Open Amateur to Ride- in Bit – Pleasure*          

Best Gaited Horse of Show High Point Novice Best Gaited Horse of Show Ch./Res. Ch. Pleasure Gelding High Point/Res. Jr. Exhibitor Ch./Res. Ch. Pleasure Gelding Ch./Res. Ch. Pleasure Mare

High Point Versatility Ch./Res. Ch. Pleasure Mare High Point/Res. Jr. Exhibitor Ch./Res. Ch. Pleasure Stallion Ch./Res. Ch. Pleasure Stallion Ch./Res. Pleasure G/M/S

~~10 MINUTE INTERMISSION~~ 48. Geldings 4+ Yrs. In Bit – Performance* 49. Champagne/Evian Stakes in Bit or Bozal 50. Mares 4+ Yrs. In Bit – Performance* 51. Stallions 4+ Yrs. In Bit – Performance* 52. Open Performance Pattern in Bit* 53. Open Trail ( Bit or Bozal)

Ch./Res. Performance Gelding High Point Versatility Ch./Res. Performance Mare Ch./Res. Performance Stallion Ch./Res. Performance G/M/S High Point Versatility

*1st and 2nd place qualify and MUST SHOW in appropriate Championship classes (except w/vet excuse) ** Held in accordance with PHAC Show Novice to Ride – Rule IX, Part II, Section 6A *** 1st and 2nd qualify, depending on gender of horse and MUST SHOW in appropriate Championship class ****1st and 2nd place qualify but are not required to enter Best Gaited Horse of Show class (owner’s discretion).


Sunday August 27 7:30 AM – PRUEBA FUNCIONAL 9:30 AM - SHOW BEGINS   CLASS 54. Bozal 3-4 Yrs. Performance Pattern 55. Champion & Res Ch. Junior Horse 56. Junior Leadline (6 years & under) 57. High Point/Reserve Novice Rider 58. High Point Jr./Res. Exhibitor – 12 & under 59. High Point Jr./Res. Exhibitor – 13 & over                    ~~~ Junior Exhibitor’s Barrida~~~ 60. Champion/Reserve Pleasure Gelding 61. Champion/Reserve Pleasure Mare 62. Champion/Reserve Pleasure Stallion 63. Champion/Reserve Performance Gelding 64. Champion/Reserve. Performance Mare 65. Champion/Reserve Performance Stallion 66. Champion/Reserve Luxury Gelding 67. Champion/Reserve Breeding Mare 68. Champion/Reserve Breeding Stallion LUNCH    PRESENTATION High Point Professional Halter,

QUALIFIES FOR/FROM High Point Versatility 4, 6 NQ 10, 17, 25, 31, 36 7, 15, 23, 34, 44 5, 12, 21, 32, 39 38, 40, 47 41, 43, 47 45, 46, 47 48, 52 50, 52 51, 52 13, 18, 20 13, 22, 24 13, 26, 28

Br/Lux, Bozal, Gait, Perf, (best placings) 69. Best Bozal Horse of Show 11, 14, 16 70. High Point Amateur Rider 13, 29, 38, 40, 41, 43, 45, 46, 47 71. High Point & Res. Versatility Horse 19, 27, 42, 49, 53, 54 72. Champion of Champions Pleasure Gelding 60 73. Champion of Champions Pleasure Mare 61 74. Champion of Champions Pleasure Stallion 62 75. Champion of Champions Performance Gelding 63 76. Champion of Champions Performance Mare 64 77. Champion of Champions Performance Stallion 65 78. Champion of Champions Luxury Gelding 66 79. Champion of Champions Breeding Mare 67 80. Champion of Champions Breeding Stallion 68 ~~10 MINUTE INTERMISSION~~ 81. Best Gaited Horse of Show 29, 30+, 33, 35, 37


Show Results 1. Geldings 4+ Yrs. – Zootecnico Sponsored by Paradise Ranch 1ST __________________ 2ND ___________________ 3RD ___________________ 4TH __________________ 5TH ___________________ HM ___________________

2. Mares 4+ Yrs. – Zootecnico Sponsored by Glen & Nancy Cox 1ST __________________ 2ND ___________________ 3RD ___________________ 4TH __________________ 5TH ___________________ HM ___________________

3. Stallions 4+ Yrs. – Zootecnico Sponsored by Peruvian Horse Club of Canada 1ST __________________ 2ND ___________________ 3RD ___________________ 4TH __________________ 5TH ___________________ HM ___________________

4. Fillies of 2014 and 2015 – Halter* Sponsored by Paradise Ranch 1ST __________________ 2ND ___________________ 3RD ___________________ 4TH __________________ 5TH ___________________ HM ___________________

5. Junior Showmanship in Hand - 13 & over Sponsored by John & Gail Rodgers 1ST __________________ 2ND ___________________ 3RD ___________________ 4TH __________________ 5TH ___________________ HM ___________________

6. Colts of 2014 and 2015 – Halter* Sponsored by Paradise Ranch 1ST __________________ 2ND ___________________ 3RD ___________________ 4TH __________________ 5TH ___________________ HM ___________________

7. Jr. Showmanship in Hand – 12 & under Sponsored by John & Gail Rodgers 1ST __________________ 2ND ___________________ 3RD ___________________ 4TH __________________ 5TH ___________________ HM ___________________

8. Luxury Geldings Stakes in Bit Sponsored by Paradise Ranch 1ST __________________ 2ND ___________________ 3RD ___________________ 4TH __________________ 5TH ___________________ HM ___________________


9. Breeding Mares/Stallions Stakes in Bit Sponsored by Paradise Ranch 1ST __________________ 2ND ___________________ 3RD ___________________ 4TH __________________ 5TH ___________________ HM ___________________

10. Novice to Ride, Bit or Bozal –Breeding/Luxury** Sponsored by James & Donna McClure 1ST __________________ 2ND ___________________ 3RD ___________________ 4TH __________________ 5TH ___________________ HM ___________________

11. Fillies 3-4 Yrs. In Bozal* Sponsored by Kelly Freisen 1ST __________________ 2ND ___________________ 3RD ___________________ 4TH __________________ 5TH ___________________ HM ___________________

12. Jr. Saddle Equitation in Bit (13& Over) Sponsored by Paradise Ranch 1ST __________________ 2ND ___________________ 3RD ___________________ 4TH __________________ 5TH ___________________ HM ___________________

13. Open Amateur to Ride in Bit – Breeding/Luxury* Sponsored by Paradise Ranch 1ST __________________ 2ND ___________________ 3RD ___________________ 4TH __________________ 5TH ___________________ HM ___________________

14. Colts 3-4 Yrs. in Bozal* Sponsored by Bonnie & Rick Mathewson 1ST __________________ 2ND ___________________ 3RD ___________________ 4TH __________________ 5TH ___________________ HM ___________________

15. Jr. Saddle Equitation in Bit (12& Under) Sponsored by Vicky Hildebrandt 1ST __________________ 2ND ___________________ 3RD ___________________ 4TH __________________ 5TH ___________________ HM ___________________

16. Geldings 3-4 Yrs. in Bozal* Sponsored by Kelly Freisen 1ST __________________ 2ND ___________________ 3RD ___________________ 4TH __________________ 5TH ___________________ HM ___________________

17. Novice to Ride, Bit or Bozal Equitation** Sponsored by Paradise Ranch 1ST __________________ 2ND ___________________ 3RD ___________________ 4TH __________________ 5TH ___________________ HM ___________________


18. Geldings 4-6 Yrs. In Bit – Luxury* Sponsored by Irene Taylor 1ST __________________ 2ND ___________________ 3RD ___________________ 4TH __________________ 5TH ___________________ HM ___________________

19. Synchronized Pairs Sponsored by Cascadis Gaits Drill Team 1ST __________________ 2ND ___________________ 3RD ___________________ 4TH __________________ 5TH ___________________ HM ___________________

20. Geldings 7+ Yrs. In Bit – Luxury* Sponsored by Paradise Ranch 1ST __________________ 2ND ___________________ 3RD ___________________ 4TH __________________ 5TH ___________________ HM ___________________

21. Jr. Evian (13 & Over) Sponsored by John & Gail Rodgers 1ST __________________ 2ND ___________________ 3RD ___________________ 4TH __________________ 5TH ___________________ HM ___________________

22. Mares 4-6 Yrs. In Bit – Breeding* Sponsored by Suzanne Brown 1ST __________________ 2ND ___________________ 3RD ___________________ 4TH __________________ 5TH ___________________ HM ___________________

23. *Jr. Open Attire (12 & Under) - Pleasure Sponsored by Vicky Hildebrandt 1ST __________________ 2ND ___________________ 3RD ___________________ 4TH __________________ 5TH ___________________ HM ___________________

24. Mares 7+ Yrs. In Bit - Breeding* Sponsored by Cresent Moon Ranch 1ST __________________ 2ND ___________________ 3RD ___________________ 4TH __________________ 5TH ___________________ HM ___________________

25. Novice to Ride, Bit or Bozal – Champ/Evian** Sponsored by Jackie Evans 1ST __________________ 2ND ___________________ 3RD ___________________ 4TH __________________ 5TH ___________________ HM ___________________


26. Stallions 4-6 Yrs. In Bit - Breeding* Sponsored by Jackie Evans 1ST __________________ 2ND ___________________ 3RD ___________________ 4TH __________________ 5TH ___________________ HM ___________________

27. Open English/Western/Australian/Plantation- Pleasure High Point Versatility Sponsored by Paradise Ranch 1ST __________________ 2ND ___________________ 3RD ___________________ 4TH __________________ 5TH ___________________ HM ___________________

28. Stallions 7+ Yrs. In Bit – Breeding* Ch./Res. Breeding Stallion Sponsored by Suzanne Brown 1ST __________________ 2ND ___________________ 3RD ___________________ 4TH __________________ 5TH ___________________ HM ___________________

29. Open Amateur to Ride in Bit- Gait* Sponsored by Paradise Ranch 1ST __________________ 2ND ___________________ 3RD ___________________ 4TH __________________ 5TH ___________________ HM ___________________

30. Bozal Gait- Open**** Sponsored by Paradise Ranch 1ST __________________ 2ND ___________________ 3RD ___________________ 4TH __________________ 5TH ___________________ HM ___________________

31. Novice to Ride in Bit or Bozal – Gait** Sponsored by James & Donna McClure 1ST __________________ 2ND ___________________ 3RD ___________________ 4TH __________________ 5TH ___________________ HM ___________________

32. Junior Pleasure in Bit (13 & Over) Sponsored by Paradise Ranch 1ST __________________ 2ND ___________________ 3RD ___________________ 4TH __________________ 5TH ___________________ HM ___________________

33. Geldings 4+ Yrs. In Bit -Gait* Sponsored by Paradise Ranch 1ST __________________ 2ND ___________________ 3RD ___________________ 4TH __________________ 5TH ___________________ HM ___________________

34. Junior Pleasure in Bit (12 & Under) Sponsored by Paradise Ranch 1ST __________________ 2ND ___________________ 3RD ___________________ 4TH __________________ 5TH ___________________ HM ___________________


35. Mares 4+ Yrs. In Bit – Gait* Sponsored by Suzanne Brown 1ST __________________ 2ND ___________________ 3RD ___________________ 4TH __________________ 5TH ___________________ HM ___________________

36. Novice to Ride in Bit or Bozal – Pleasure** Sponsored by Paradise Ranch 1ST __________________ 2ND ___________________ 3RD ___________________ 4TH __________________ 5TH ___________________ HM ___________________

37. Stallions 4+ Yrs. In Bit – Gait* Sponsored by Ringstead Ranch 1ST __________________ 2ND ___________________ 3RD ___________________ 4TH __________________ 5TH ___________________ HM ___________________

38. Geldings 4-6 Yrs. In Bit Pleasure* Sponsored by Ringstead Ranch 1ST __________________ 2ND ___________________ 3RD ___________________ 4TH __________________ 5TH ___________________ HM ___________________

39. Junior Bareback Equitation (13 & Over) Sponsored by Paradise Ranch 1ST __________________ 2ND ___________________ 3RD ___________________ 4TH __________________ 5TH ___________________ HM ___________________

40. Geldings 7+ Yrs. In Bit – Pleasure* Sponsored by Ringstead Ranch 1ST __________________ 2ND ___________________ 3RD ___________________ 4TH __________________ 5TH ___________________ HM ___________________

41. Mares 4-6 Yrs. In Bit – Pleasure* Sponsored by Steve & Janee De Myers 1ST __________________ 2ND ___________________ 3RD ___________________ 4TH __________________ 5TH ___________________ HM ___________________

42. Costume (Bit or Bozal) Sponsored by Paradise Ranch 1ST __________________ 2ND ___________________ 3RD ___________________ 4TH __________________ 5TH ___________________ HM ___________________


43. Mares 7+ Yrs. In Bit – Pleasure* Sponsored by Steve & Janee De Myers 1ST __________________ 2ND ___________________ 3RD ___________________ 4TH __________________ 5TH ___________________ HM ___________________

44. Junior Simon Says (12 & Under) Sponsored by Paradise Ranch 1ST __________________ 2ND ___________________ 3RD ___________________ 4TH __________________ 5TH ___________________ HM ___________________

45. Stallions 4-6 Yrs. In Bit – Pleasure* Sponsored by Ringstead Ranch 1ST __________________ 2ND ___________________ 3RD ___________________ 4TH __________________ 5TH ___________________ HM ___________________

46. Stallions 7+Yrs. In Bit – Pleasure* Sponsored by Rinstead Ranch 1ST __________________ 2ND ___________________ 3RD ___________________ 4TH __________________ 5TH ___________________ HM ___________________

47. Open Amateur to Ride- in Bit – Pleasure* Sponsored by Paradise Ranch 1ST __________________ 2ND ___________________ 3RD ___________________ 4TH __________________ 5TH ___________________ HM ___________________

48. Geldings 4+ Yrs. In Bit – Performance* Sponsored by Paradise Ranch 1ST __________________ 2ND ___________________ 3RD ___________________ 4TH __________________ 5TH ___________________ HM ___________________

49. Champagne/Evian Stakes in Bit or Bozal Sponsored by Paradise Ranch 1ST __________________ 2ND ___________________ 3RD ___________________ 4TH __________________ 5TH ___________________ HM ___________________

50. Mares 4+ Yrs. In Bit – Performance* Sponsored by Ringstead Ranch 1ST __________________ 2ND ___________________ 3RD ___________________ 4TH __________________ 5TH ___________________ HM ___________________

51. Stallions 4+ Yrs. In Bit – Performance* Sponsored by Paradise Ranch 1ST __________________ 2ND ___________________ 3RD ___________________ 4TH __________________ 5TH ___________________ HM ___________________


52. Open Performance Pattern in Bit* Sponsored by Paradise Ranch 1ST __________________ 2ND ___________________ 3RD ___________________ 4TH __________________ 5TH ___________________ HM ___________________

53. Open Trail ( Bit or Bozal) Sponsored by Paradise Ranch 1ST __________________ 2ND ___________________ 3RD ___________________ 4TH __________________ 5TH ___________________ HM ___________________

54. Bozal 3-4 Yrs. Performance Pattern Sponsored by Paradise Ranch 1ST __________________ 2ND ___________________ 3RD ___________________ 4TH __________________ 5TH ___________________ HM ___________________

55. Champion & Res Ch. Junior Horse Sponsored by Vicky Hildebrandt Champion____________________ Reserve ____________________

56. Junior Leadline (6 years & under) Sponsored by Paradise Ranch 1ST __________________ 2ND ___________________ 3RD ___________________ 4TH __________________ 5TH ___________________ HM ___________________

57. High Point/Reserve Novice Rider Sponsored by Peruvian Horse Association of Canada High Point ____________________ Reserve ____________________

58. High Point Jr./Res. Exhibitor – 12 & under Sponsored by Peruvian Horse Association of Canada High Point ____________________ Reserve ____________________

59. High Point Jr./Res. Exhibitor – 13 & over Sponsored by Peruvian Horse Association of Canada High Point ____________________ Reserve ____________________

60. Champion/Reserve Pleasure Gelding Sponsored by Anonymous Champion____________________ Reserve ____________________


61. Champion/Reserve Pleasure Mare Sponsored by Glen & Nancy Cox Champion____________________ Reserve ____________________

62. Champion/Reserve Pleasure Stallion Sponsored by Ringstead Ranch Champion____________________ Reserve ____________________

63. Champion/Reserve Performance Gelding Sponsored by Ringstead Ranch Champion____________________ Reserve ____________________

64. Champion/Reserve. Performance Mare Sponsored by Steve & Jenee De Myers Champion____________________ Reserve ____________________

65. Champion/Reserve Performance Stallion Sponsored by Ringstead Ranch Champion____________________ Reserve ____________________

66. Champion/Reserve Luxury Gelding Sponsored by Rob & Jan Sjodin Champion____________________ Reserve ____________________

67. Champion/Reserve Breeding Mare Sponsored by Ringstead Ranch Champion____________________ Reserve ____________________

68. Champion/Reserve Breeding Stallion Sponsored by Ringstead Ranch Champion____________________ Reserve ____________________

69. Best Bozal Horse of Show Sponsored by New Horizon Peruvians Best Bozal ____________________

70. High Point Amateur Rider Sponsored by Peruvian Horse Association of Canada High Point ____________________ Reserve ____________________

71. High Point & Res. Versatility Horse Sponsored by Ringstead Ranch High Point ____________________ Reserve _____________________


72. Champion of Champions Pleasure Gelding Sponsored by Rinstead Ranch Champion of Champions ____________________

73. Champion of Champions Pleasure Mare Sponsored by Glen & Nancy Cox Champion of Champions ____________________

74. Champion of Champions Pleasure Stallion Sponsored by Rinstead Ranch Champion of Champions ____________________

75. Champion of Champions Performance Gelding Sponsored by Paradise Peruvians Champion of Champions ____________________

76. Champion of Champions Performance Mare Sponsored by Steve & Janee De Myers Champion of Champions ____________________

77. Champion of Champions Performance Stallion Sponsored by John & Gail Rogers Champion of Champions ____________________

78. Champion of Champions Luxury Gelding Sponsored by Salida del Sol Champion of Champions ____________________

79. Champion of Champions Breeding Mare Sponsored by Rinstead Ranch Champion of Champions ____________________

80. Champion of Champions Breeding Stallion Sponsored by Rinstead Ranch Champion of Champions ______________________

81. Best Gaited Horse of Show Sponsored by Jan MacRae in memory of Joe MacRae Best Gaited_________________________


Special ‘thanks To Our Banner Sponsors Paradise Ranch and Ringstead Ranch and Our Hard Working Show Committee and all of Our Volunteers


Costume Class Wild West 2017


Canadian National Championship Peruvian Horse Show Silver Slate Arena Stavely, Alberta August 25-27, 2017

Horse Number & Name

Owner

1. Magnifica Maya

Penny Clayton-Sedro Woolley,WA

2. BDS Valeroso

Nancy & Glen Cox-Powell Butte,OR

3. RSTD Esteban

Nancy & Glen Cox-Powell Butte,OR

4. RSTDAltanero

Juan Jose Vasquez Salinas

5. JRM Iracunda

Suzanne Brown-Kelowna,BC

6. RSTD Sonador

Rob & Janice N Sjodin-Salmon Arm,BC

7. RSTD Trueno

Rob & Janice N Sjodin-Salmon Arm,BC

8. CBP Tiziano

Deann Long-Sedro Woolley,WA

9. Seneron DJJR

Tia Statia-Oak Harbor,WA

10. DB Antonela

David & Deb Breault-Red Deer County, AB

11. Gisela DJJR

Jenee Demers-Kennewick, WA

12. Rstd Milagro

Bonnie Steiner-Battle Ground, WA

13. Polete IJB

John D Mc Millan-Armstrong, BC

14. BDS Orgullo Del Peru

John Rodgers-Vernon, BC

15. BDS Marinero

Samantha Zaitsoff-Vernon, BC

16. BDS Domenico

Paradise Ranch-Vernon, BC

17. BDS Don Lisandro

Paradise Ranch-Vernon, BC

18. BDS Caminante

Paradise Ranch-Vernon, BC

19. BDS Comandante

Paradise Ranch-Vernon, BC

20. BDS Valiente

Paradise Ranch-Vernon, BC

21. BDS La Sirena

Paradise Ranch-Vernon, BC


22. BDS Vencedora

Paradise Ranch-Vernon, BC

23. BDS Crisana

Paradise Ranch-Vernon, BC

24. BDS Valentino

Paradise Ranch-Vernon, BC

25. BDS Marisol

Paradise Ranch-Vernon, BC

26. BDS Cochis

Paradise Ranch-Vernon, BC

27. BDS Sabrosada

Sarah Boismier Leased From Paradise Ranch

28. RSTD Fortunado

Rick & Bonnie Matheson-Vernon,BC

29. CM Andaluz

Crescent Moon Ranch-Acme, AB

30. CM Romance

Crescent Moon Ranch-Acme, AB

31. CM Soliluz

Crescent Moon Ranch-Acme, AB

32. CM Catalunya

Crescent Moon Ranch-Acme, AB

33. RKE Misteriosa

Kristin & Randy Eldridge-Sedro Woolley,WA

34. RSTD Filigrana

Kristin & Randy Eldridge of Rancho la Colina-Sedro Woolley,WA

35. CBP Soberana

Kristin & Randy Eldridge of Rancho la Colina-Sedro Woolley,WA

36. RSTD Alessandra

Monika Lauterbacher-Lumby, BC

37. CBP Gardenia

Campobello Peruvians-Deer Park,WA

38. CBP Jazmin

Campobello Peruvians-Deer Park,WA

39. CBP Felicia

Campobello Peruvians-Deer Park,WA

40. MLM Magico E.T.

Ringstead & Campobello Peruvians Ranch

41. RSTD Sucessor

Ringstead Ranch-Cayley,AB

42. RSTD Gustavio

Ringstead Ranch-Cayley,AB

43. RSTD Euforia

Ringstead Ranch-Cayley,AB

44. RSTD Namaste

Ringstead Ranch-Cayley,AB

45. RSTD El Viajero

Ringstead Ranch-Cayley,AB

46. RSTD Alelita

Ringstead Ranch-Cayley,AB


47. RSTD Ariosto

Ringstead Ranch-Cayley,AB

48. RSTD Farrugo

Ringstead Ranch-Cayley,AB

49. RSTD Manolo

Ringstead Ranch-Cayley,AB

50. SDS Misterio

Lynn & Earl Moker-Red Deer, AB

51. CEM EL CID

Chris Anctil-Duncan, BC

52. JR (pe) Aladre

Raul & Lauren Risso-Point Roberts,WA

53. WFP Maydral

Raul & Lauren Risso-Point Roberts,WA

54. RYR Andalucia

Raul & Lauren Risso-Point Roberts,WA

55. Luminoso BCT

Catherine Taggart-Armstrong,BC

56. STS La Solista

Stoneridge Stables-Rocky Mountain House,AB

57. SRS Altanera

Stoneridge Stables-Rocky Mountain House,AB

58. CBP Calypso

Sue Watson


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2016 PHAC HIGH POINT AWARDS

Category

BEST BOZAL HORSE BDS CRISANA Runner-Up CM Andulz HIGH POINT PLEASURE GELDING CBP NUEVO REY Runner-Up RSTD Trueno HIGH POINT PLEASURE MARE *MRA CANDELA+ Runner-Up RSTD Alelita HIGH POINT PLEASURE STALLION BDS ORGULLO DEL PERU+ Runner-Up HdN Jalepeno HIGH POINT PERFORMANCE GELDING RSTD EL VIAJERO Runner-Up RSTD Trueno HIGH POINT PERFORMANCE MARE BDS VENCEDORA Runner-Ups Olorosa IJB++ VRR Evita HIGH POINT PERFORMANCE STALLION BDS ORGULLO DEL PERU+ Runner-Up BDS Comandante HIGH POINT LUXURY GELDING BDS VALIENTE Runner-Up BDS Caminante HIGH POINT BREEDING MARE BDS LA SIRENA Runner-Up BDS Vencedora

# of Points

Owner

85

Paradise Ranch

35

Crescent Moon Ranch

262.5

Dave Burdega

210

Rob & Janice Sjodin

230

Suzanne Brown

195

Ringstead Ranch

375

John & Gail Rodgers

365

Jocelyn Hastie

440

Ringstead Ranch

255

Rob & Janice Sjodin

165

Paradise Ranch

150 150

Cathie Taggart Sherri & Wayne Rosia

492.5

John & Gail Rodgers

220

Paradise Ranch

505

Paradise Ranch

300

Paradise Ranch

375

Paradise Ranch

190

Paradise Ranch


HIGH POINT BREEDING STALLION JR (PE) ALARDE Runner-Up RSTD Gustavio

302.5

BEST GAITED HORSE *MRA CANDELA+ Runner-Up BDS La Sirena HIGH POINT Runner-Up HIGH POINT Runner-Up HIGH POINT Runner-Up HIGH POINT Runner-Up

225

Ringstead Ranch

260

Suzanne Brown

202.5

NOVICE JUNIOR 12 & UNDER JUNIOR 13 & OVER BREEDER

Raul & Lauren Risso

4107.5 2932.5

Paradise Ranch Anne Eades Monika Lauterbacher Maria Statia Maya Bella Texidor Jessica Eldridge Naomi Koens Paradise Ranch Ringstead Ranch

LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENTS PREMIO DE PLATA (1000+ Lifetime Points) BDS LA SIRENA BDS VALIENTE HDN JALEPENO VRR EVITA

Paradise Ranch Paradise Ranch Jocelyn Hastie Sherri & Wayne Rosia

PREMIO DE ORO (2000+ Lifetime Points) MLM MAGICO E.T.+ RSTD TRUENO+

Ringstead Ranch Rob & Janice Sjodin

LAUREADO (A) BDS CAMINANTE+

Luxury Gelding

Paradise Ranch

BDS ORGULLO DEL PERU++ RSTD ALELITA++

Pleasure Stallion Pleasure Mare

John & Gail Rodgers Ringstead Ranch


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Crescent Moon Ranch -


The Relentless Pursuit of Perfection with Performance...

RSTD Lucero+

Multiple Champion of Champions Luxury Gelding 3 times Laureado Performance Gelding

RSTD Ariosto

FCY Vandalo x MLM Luciente (JRU Botero de Cherokee) Breeding & Performance Stallion

RSTD Madeira

Espejo de Peru+ (JRM Mariscal) x RSTD Madonna++ (RDLF Don Alberto)

Champion of Champions Breeding Mare

Rick and Deb Cones www.RingsteadRanch.com 403-860-9763 • deb.cones@gmail.com British Columbia, Canada

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Paca paca aug 2017  

Official newsletter and show programme issue of the Peruvian Horse Association of Canada

Paca paca aug 2017  

Official newsletter and show programme issue of the Peruvian Horse Association of Canada

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