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Volume 24 Issue 1 May 2015

Paca Paca News

In This Issue Why Buy a Peruvian Horse by Verne Albright B.C. Gaited Horse Clinic by Laurie Hardingham Road to the Horse by Lois Worden Notes from a Novice by Daniel Berry 2014 High Point Awards & Lifetime Achievements


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SASKATCHEWAN PERUVIAN HORSE CLUB Box 7651 Saskatoon, SK S7K 4R4 Phoebe Soles, President Phone: (306) 929-2350 Email: foxcreek@inet2000.com

ONTARIO PERUVIAN HORSE ASSOCIATION 740325 Sideroad 10, RR #3, Holland Centre,Ont. N0H 1R0 Louis Fialllos, President phone:(416) 576-5847 Email: luis@peruvianpaso.ca

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Dressage for Gaited Horses Clinic Sponsored by the Peruvian Horse Club of BC By Laurie Hardingham The Clinic, organized by Cathy Taggart, was held at the ranch of Judy and Ivan Bourrelle, an ideal setting, the weekend of May 2 and 3, 2015. A sunny sky greeted the seven riders who met with the 3 clinicians and were divided into 3 groups. A number of people attended as auditors. The clinicians, Illona Berbekar, Jose Vasquez and Kelly MacIntosh began with a discussion with the riders about their plans for the day, briefly reviewed the elements of dressage and then asked what the individual riders wished to work on. Then the group sessions began, and with small numbers the teaching and learning was individual and intense. Jose worked on the finer points of Peruvian equitation, and tailored his work on the needs of each rider and horse. Emphasis was placed on getting the horse into gait and staying in a consistent gait at the horse’s best speed. As Jose noted, “Each horse is different”. Kelly’s speciality is dressage, and after a brief review of what dressage is and the different levels, we worked with her on cues, especially leg cues, and riding straight lines around the rails and on the diagonal as well as bending and turns. Ilona worked with us on circles, and flexing our horses, square corners versus round corners, and many other things that helped the horses be quiet and pay attention so the horse and rider can work together as a team. Lunch and dinner was excellently prepared and served at the Park by Larry and Lorraine Watson. The fire was going and we sat around the campfire on Saturday evening warding off the evening chill, visiting and catching up with everyone. Sunday dawned sunny and cloudless, with a light frost in the morning. The coffee was hot and ready, and the fire was burning. After a breakfast of scrambled ostrich eggs (2 eggs provided by Rob Sjodin fed everyone very adequately), french toast and sausages, we were ready to tack up and ride for another day.


Building on Saturday’s work, we refined our skills and learned new ones. The purpose of the clinic was to provide participants with a basic understanding of dressage and provide them with a chance to practice dressage movements and work on their balance and riding position. After a lunch of Beef dip and salads (with lots of desserts) the participants reviewed the dressage pattern and watched as Ilona demonstrated on her Paso Fino, Festival. Then each rider rode the dressage test to show that the horse can be ridden on a light but steady contact and be allowed freedom to lower and stretch his head and neck at the free walk. Cathy Taggart called the movements/ gaits required, and Kelly MacIntosh was the judge. All participants received a Peruvian Paso mug and written feedback from the judge. First and second place went to John MacMillan riding Polete and Laurie Hardingham riding Rey Gitano. It was evident from the smooth riding, transitions, turns, quietness of the horses and gait that all riders had improved their skills over the weekend. Then there was an opportunity for more one on one time with the clinicians. After an early supper of delicious leftovers, and some more reminiscing about horses and good times, we all went home tired and happy, acknowledging that it was time well spent. A HEARTFELT THANK YOU to the organizers, cooks, clinicians and volunteers who helped make this event possible!

“At the Clinic last year I really learned a lot about my horse, and came out of it with a basic understanding of dressage. I used what I learned over the summer, and this year it all came together so that riding the test was not as overwhelming as it was the first time.” Laurie Hardingham

“I wondered what I would learn in a clinic this year and was amazed at the number of fine points that Jose taught me. Jose said that you need these fine points if you are going to ride in the champion of champions classes. As well as learning, the food and socializing was excellent again!” John McMillan


WHO BUYS PERUVIAN HORSES? by Verne R. Albright What sort of person buys a Peruvian Paso? This unusual breed attracts people who march to their own music. However Peruvian owners are in step when it comes to their values. Many of them, such as Tammy Rimes, dreamed of horses when they were young and, like Tammy, waited a long time to finally indulge their fantasies. “My dad was a cattle rancher, and I always thought I’d raise horses,” Tammy says. “The way things worked out, I rode less than a dozen times in the first fifteen years after I left home.” As time passes, people become less willing to overlook the fact that horseback riding can be strenuous and painful. “On a trail ride, I rode my first ‘gaited’ horse,” Tammy remembers. “It was so comfortable that I decided to look a little closer at the gaited breeds. My search led me to the Peruvian Paso. They were the smoothest of all, but what sold me was the spirit – or brio, as it’s called – combined with a sweet temperament.” Tammy knew that a lifetime with Peruvian Pasos would mean a lifetime with Peruvian Paso owners, so she decided to take in a Peruvian show. “I found that not only were the horses everything I’d hoped for, but the people are very helpful and eager to share information, something I hadn’t experienced in other competitive show atmospheres.” A Texas cowboy named Glenn Cochran also saw Peruvians as a connection with the past, a past he thought had died. “Just before I got into horses,” Glenn remembers, “most working horses around here had a blend of cowhorse, or Quarter Horse, and gaited saddle horse blood. These smooth-gaited ”single-footers” were highly valued. As late as the 70’s, a few of these crossbred – but registered – Quarter Horses could still be found. Occasionally they could be taught a running walk or a single-foot. For decades I tried to teach every horse I rode, with almost no success.” One day, Glenn’s wife, Sallie, came home full of enthusiasm after riding her first Peruvian Horse. Sallie succeeded in overcoming Glenn’s doubts and got him to try Peruvians while working their cattle. Glenn was astounded at how good they were. “The Peruvians have good cow sense,” Glenn reports. They’ll never replace Quarter Horses, but in some ways they’re better: comfort, for example.” Dave Leewaye agrees that Peruvians will never put Quarter Horses out of work. Nonetheless, he and his fifteen-year-old Peruvian Paso compete successfully in team penning. Five years ago, neither Dave nor his horse had worked a single cow. Since then, they’ve climbed up to the top third of their classification in the year-end, county-wide standings That isn’t bad considering that Dave is a retired teacher – not a cowboy. Colleen Cates uses Peruvians to follow her dogs during field trials. “Most of our friends thought they wouldn’t be able to keep up,” she recalls. “I’m happy to say that not only do my Peruvians keep up, but I have to hold them back! They perform beautifully. The field conditions don’t faze them at all, and what style they have! They’ve gained everyone’s respect.” Others buy Peruvians to extend their riding days. Among these are people like Jeannie Sullivan, who have painful diseases or injuries and were told by doctors that their riding days were over. Jeannie changed to another doctor and bought a Peruvian Paso. “You can believe it or not,” she insists with fierce conviction, “but now my back feels much better on days when I ride, not to mention my new outlook on life.” The smooth ride of the Peruvian horse was a revelation to Rose Walker even though she’s ridden gaited horses most of her life. At 79 years of age, she rides nothing but Peruvians, often on all-day outings. When people tell her how remarkable she is, Mrs. Walker is embarrassed. After all, her 100-yearold mother often comes along on her own Peruvian. There are many who buy Peruvians for their grace, style and beauty. For them, these horses are living art or – as a Canadian once described them – “the tablet on which the Peruvians have chiseled their culture.”


Dianne Bickford was intrigued by the beauty and mystique of Peruvians and now breeds them for the show arena. However, she has never forgotten that they are horses, and she doesn’t baby them. She has ridden her Champion of Champions stallion in the wilds of Colorado and Montana and once deep into Yellowstone Park. “We were way back in Yellowstone,” she remembers, “where we could hear elk bugling. You don’t usually see stallions in places like that. People are always astounded that mine behaves so well. Absolutely nothing fazes him.” Diane also has a very successful show mare that she loaned to another rider for an NATRC ride. “She did great for her first time out,” Dianne reports, “and finished a very difficult ride when some veteran horses didn’t.” Others see Peruvians only as athletes. Peruvians compete successfully in a number of tough sports, and they take the bruising part out of these activities. Furthermore, these smooth-riding, levelheaded horses are noted for an uncanny ability to make inexperienced people look good. Canadians Marian Taylor and Joyce Wallbridge were so green that they finished dead last on their first competitive trail ride. Determined not to let that happen again, Marion won the Lightweight and Joyce the Heavyweight Division in both of their next two rides. Following that, the two ladies reported a lot of phone calls from competitive trail riders interested in Peruvians. In their first endurance race, a fifty-miler, Joan Box and Tempie Butler were so obviously inexperienced that the ride manager approached them just before the start. Concerned, he asked them to hold their horses to one side and let the other 40 riders go ahead. As the race went along, Tempie caught and passed all but five of those riders, and Joan caught her th share, too, finishing 12th. Not only that, but Tempie’s horse was judged the 4 best-conditioned horse of all that started the ride. After that one competitor good-naturedly groused: “I think the Peruvians and their riders should have to go back out and ride at least another hour. It’s only fair. The horses aren’t tired, and neither are the riders!” “The amazing thing was the competitive spirit of the Peruvians,” Joan recalls. “They knew it was a contest, and they wanted to win!” Renee Been moved her Peruvian ahead of a grateful lady whose horse was panicked by passing semis where an NATRC trail briefly followed a highway shoulder. Renee’s calmer horse steadied the other until the trail veered away from the highway. “You’re lucky to have such a seasoned horse,” the lady said afterwards, with a sigh of relief. “I didn’t bother to tell her that my horse had been under saddle for all of seven months and that this was only her second NATRC ride,” Renee recalls. “If she’d never been around Peruvians, she wouldn’t have believed it anyhow!” After the ride, it was announced that Renee’s mare had won second place. In BC, Dolores Scott was having trouble keeping her Peruvian gelding in shape, so she loaned him to a friend. That friend conditioned the horse and then competed in the horse’s first Competitive Trail Ride, finishing the full 25 miles. The gelding named Su Jacinto, was 24 at the time! Canadian competitive trail enthusiasts Cyndi and Brent Rowat, of Alberta, took their Peruvian gelding Poncho Negro on many 25 mile rides, with numerous finishes in the top 10. Then, when Poncho was 17, he completed his first 50 mile endurance ride, and finished with flying colors. Poncho competed for two more years and won the High Point Trail Horse a total of five times. Peruvian horses mean many different things to many different people. But there are few who would disagree that this is a natural breed, unspoiled by too much tampering by man. That’s the way they want to keep it. That tells us something about North American values, something very different from what we hear on the news. For more information on Peruvian horses, visit the Website of the Peruvian Horse Association of Canada at:

http://www.phac.ca

*Reprinted with permission of Peruvian Digest.


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2014 PHAC HIGH POINT AWARDS HIGH POINT JR. MARE RSTD CRISTAL BEST BOZAL HORSE BDS LA SIRENA Runner-Up CBP Nuevo Rey HIGH POINT PLEASURE GELDING *PRESBITERO DE BDS+ Runner-Up CBP Calypso HIGH POINT PLEASURE MARE OLOROSA IJB++ Runner-Up *MRA Candela+ HIGH POINT PLEASURE STALLION MLM MAGICO E.T. Runner-Up HdN Jalapeno

22.5

Ringstead Ranch

130

Paradise Peruvians

20

Dave Burdega

300

Alexandra & Tatyana Penalva

195

Don & Sue Noltner

225

Cathie Taggart

210

Suzanne Brown

367.5 265

HIGH POINT PERFORMANCE GELDING RSTD LUCERO+ 175 Runner-Up RSTD Trueno 150 HIGH POINT PERFORMANCE MARE RSTD ALELITA+ Runner-Up Olorosa IJB++ HIGH PERFORMANCE STALLION RSTD GUSTAVIO Runner-Up HDN Jalapeno HIGH POINT LUXURY GELDING RSTD SUCESOR Runner-Up BDS Valiente

Ringstead/Burdega Jocelyn Hastie

Ringstead Ranch Rob & Janice Sjodin

190

Ringstead Ranch

180

Cathie Taggart

320

Ringstead Ranch

135

Jocelyn Hastie

300

Ringstead Ranch

277.5

Paradise Peruvians


2014 PHAC HIGH POINT AWARDS HIGH POINT BREEDING MARE CBP JAZMIN Runner-Up *MRA Candela+ HIGH POINT BREEDING STALLION WFP MAYORAL Runner-Up BDS Commandante BEST GAITED HORSE BDS LA SIRENA Runner-Up BDS Vencedora

337.5

Dave Burdega

300

Suzanne Brown

450

Raul & Lauren Risso

445

Paradise Peruvians

312.5

Paradise Peruvians

180

Paradise Peruvians

HIGH POINT NOVICE Runner-Up

Tessa Todd Jenee Demers

HIGH POINT JUNIOR 12 & Under Runner-Up HIGH POINT JUNIOR 13 & Over Runner-Up

Diego Vasquez Jessica Eldridge Samantha Zaitsoff Chelsea Bushey

BREEDER OF THE YEAR Runner-Up

2805.0 2002.5

Ben & Dori Sawatzky (Paradise Peruvians) Rick & Deb Cones (Ringstead Ranch)

LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENTS

PREMIO DE ORO (Laureada Pleasure Mare) OLOROSA IJB++

Cathie Taggart

PREMIO DE ORO (2000+ Lifetime Points) *MRA CANDELA+

Suzanne Brown


PERUVIAN HORSE ASSOCIATION OF CANADA CUMULATIVE LIFE TIME POINTS TO END OF 2014 Reg # Horse Name 1449 SRO MARIE+ 1985 *PRESBITERO DE BDS+ 1780 OLOROSA IJB++ 1222 RSTD MADONNA++ 1215 RSTD ELEGANTE+ 1723 RSTD VERANERA++ 2032 BDS CAPATAZ+ 198 MERCEDES CM++ 1986 BDS SABROSA++ 1627 HDN COQUETON++ 1726 RSTD LUCERO+ 1852 RSTD ALELITA+ 1907 *CAPILLA++ 1220 RSTD VALENCIA++ 783 CONDESA MF++ 1846 BDS AROMATICO++ 2224 *MRA CANDELA+ 1563 MANO DERECHA IJB+ 1821 *CAPORAL++ 603 BARON CHR++ 768 JWF ALELI+ 1667 RSTD ACUARIO++ 784 RJT COLORADO REAL++ 1725 RSTD ENCANTADOR+ 556 REMIEL CM+ 1735 CASADERO CM+ 2027 BDS CAPITOLIO+ 31 SOBERANO++ 1959 SDS SUPREMO 1732 ACS SABRINA 2092 BDS ORGULLO DEL PERU 1185 RDLF ARO DE LUNA+ 1038 *BSP GRANDIOSO+ 738 RDLF DON ALBERTO 1816 DIAMANTE DEL MONTE MPR 2030 BDS RISADA 2083 BDS ALEGRIA 2245 MLM MAGICO E.T. 1628 RDS LUNA NOVA 1624 ESPEJO DE PERU+ 336 SOBRESALIENTE+ 1868 CM INCA ROCA 2226 RSTD GUSTAVIO 1806 CM INNOVACION 2074 RSTD SUCESOR 353 SOBRANTE CM+ 1858 SRS CAMINANTE 2031 BDS CAMINANTE 1297 SRO TIEMPO 1279 RTP CASINO 1448 SRO FUTURO 765 *RYR LUISIANA+ 28 EL ALMIRANTE CRR 2075 RSTD TRUENO 403 CIDINA 2217 HDN JALAPENO 1362 ASTRO DEL NORTE PERR+ 262 VALOR DE AMIGO CHR+ 811 FIESTA DE CANADA CM 1585 PR CIMARRON 169 ROSADA DE AMIGO 1952 *AV ALMENDRA 1886 MCD SALERADO 2216 CBP JAZMIN 1098 RSTD SOLTERITO 685 HDP DOMINADOR 2141 BDS DONA DORI 2080 BDS MIRAME 2199 BDS VALIENTE 2155 CBP INDEPENDENCIA 1415 CASINITA SAD 722 SOBRESELLO CM 2003 CM BAILADOR 1176 GUERRERO DE BRONCE 872 MIA PRESTEZA CPDN M741393FLOR DE TEJAS+ 128 SU VALOR 1425 VR TUPAC YUPANQUI 1623 HDN PALOMAR 2152 RSTD ANDINA 2235 BDS COMMANDANTE 1841 BDS ARTISTICA 1603 RSTD VIDA DE PAIJAN 1848 BDS CAPELLAN 202 MISTRAL 40 LA CRISTINA CM 1061 *MSP CONDESTABLE 2164 HDN SOY LIMENO 371 CHIRON'S REAL RJM 1509 SRO MATADOR 2207 EGR LIBERTAD 55 LINDO MORENO 842 AFILADO SDR 1128 MACARENA CM 1904 TMR CORONITA 273 SIROCCO MF

LIFETIME POINTS 4205.0 4002.5 4002.5 3560.0 3500.0 3075.0 3005.0 2652.5 2650.0 2647.5 2632.5 2465.0 2395.0 2370.0 2362.5 2320.0 2310.0 2307.5 2270.0 2192.5 2192.5 2145.0 2125.0 2075.0 2045.0 2030.0 2007.5 1780.0 1712.5 1700.0 1677.5 1580.0 1565.0 1555.0 1545.0 1450.0 1447.5 1425.0 1369.0 1350.0 1335.0 1302.5 1302.5 1207.5 1172.5 1160.0 1140.0 1102.5 1050.0 1030.0 1025.0 1005.0 990.0 977.5 945.0 942.5 925.0 890.0 877.5 875.0 862.5 832.5 790.0 785.0 785.0 775.0 767.5 762.5 745.0 742.5 735.0 695.0 687.5 670.0 670.0 650.0 645.0 622.5 615.0 603.7 602.5 597.0 585.0 580.0 580.0 560.0 550.0 525.0 520.0 512.5 510.0 510.0 505.0 500.0 490.0 485.0

Owner Breeder PARADISE PERUVIANS SRO PENALVA, A & T DYER TAGGART. CATHERINE IJB RINGSTEAD RANCH RSTD RINGSTEAD RANCH RSTD RINGSTEAD RANCH RSTD PARADISE PERUVIANS BDS KAMPEN-LEWIS, C CM MARKHAM-TEXIDOR BDS PARADISE PERUVIANS HDN RINGSTEAD RANCH RSTD RINGSTEAD RANCH RSTD PARADISE PERUVIANS DYER RINGSTEAD RANCH RSTD MATHESON, R & B MF GARDNER, DEBBIE BDS BROWN, SUZANNE MRA SJODIN, ROB & JANICE IJB PARADISE PERUVIANS CALLO GERARD, JEANETTE CHR RINGSTEAD RANCH FREEMAN ELDRIDGE, K & R RSTD HASTIE, JOCELYN RJT THURN, EMMA RSTD BUSK/DOWNEY, MIMI CM DOWNEY, D & M CM ZAITSOFF, S & S BDS DOWNEY, D & M CM MOKER, E&L SDS PARADISE PERUVIANS SALINAS RODGERS, JOHN & GAIL BDS PARADISE PERUVIANS RDLF NEILSON, RHONDA SALCEDO RINGSTEAD RANCH FLORECITA BARRAZA/DITUNNO FOWLER PARADISE PERUVIANS BDS PARADISE PERUVIANS BDS RINGSTEAD/BURDEGA MLM PARADISE PERUVIANS DEL SOLAR RINGSTEAD/BURDEGA HDN ROSIA, TANNER CM DOWNEY, DALE CM RINGSTEAD RANCH RSTD DOWNEY, D & M CM RINGSTEAD RANCH RSTD BUSK/DOWNEY, MIMI CM WILLIS, KARI SRS PARADISE PERUVIANS BDS DOUGHERTY, COLLEEN SRO GIDDENS, LEN RTP SALOZAR, P & B SRO PRICE, D&J RISSO, R EWASKI, GAYLE CYPRESS SJODIN, ROB & JANICE RSTD BROWN, SUZANNE BENSON HASTIE, JOCELYN HDN MEDLICOTT, DORIS PERR BOURELLE, I&J CHR BUSK/DOWNEY, MIMI CM SHERIDAN, KIMBERLY PHOENIX SILVER CLOUD CHR BROWN, SUZANNE AV PAULUS, V & M MCD BURDEGA, DAVE CBP RINGSTEAD RANCH RSTD CASTENADA NOBLE RANCHO VISTA DEL VALLE LTD. BDS OLSEN, SHAILEH BDS PARADISE PERUVIANS BDS BURDEGA, DAVE CBP ROSIA, G & J DUNN COWAN, RON CM REMPEL, ED & DOROTHY CM BROWN, SUZANNE WRIGHT RICHARDSON, KEITH CPDN EDWARDS DELOZIER NEGRETE, JUAN AUSTAD SPANISH OAK FARMS VR PAULUS, VICKI HDN THURN, EMMA RSTD PARADISE PERUVIANS BDS SANTINI, GARY BDS ELDRIDGE, K & R RSTD PETRIE, DAVID & CATHY BDS HENDRICKS, JAMIE MF HOLOBOFF, BILL CM 121827 CANADA INC. SANCHEZ DANSEY/CANTARO HDN RANCHO SERRANO RJM PARADISE PERUVIANS SRO BROWN S/ROSIA A EGR KEENAN, HILDA BH MOHRDAR, DR. ARASH SDR RICHARDS, LISA CM BARRAZA/KIESOW TMR HAISFIELD, AUDREY MF

Annual Breed

Annual Gait

Annual Pleas

Annual Perf

45

300 225

180

7.5 125 30

30

300

150

20

175 190

210

17.5

7.5

367.5

45 300

30

320

40

225

45

30

15

337.5

45

277.5 22.5

40

445

15

150

265

135

25

35

10

60 90

Annual Bozal

Annual Total 0 345 405 0 0 0 0 0 7.5 0 300 250 0 0 0 0 660 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 67.5 0 0 0 0 0 0 375 0 0 0 0 365 0 340 0 0 225 0 0 0 0 0 240 0 415 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 382.5 0 0 0 0 377.5 22.5 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 70 535 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0


626 NEVADA DEL NORTE 1856 RSTD VOLADOR 70 DON CURIOSO 2024 HDN LUNARIA 1151 RSTD SABRINA 1871 LORETA DEL OESTE RJ 219 REY DEL VALLLE 1341 RSTD LUCIANO 1728 RSTD SANTANA 2421 WFP MAYORAL 39 EL SIMBOLO CM 2233 BDS LA SIRENA 1540 RJT CELESTINA 1905 TMR AZUCENA 773 *FOX PRECIOSA 1321 HDP ARTISTA 1638 JERICJO DE OESTE RJ 837 AVO DEINTIA 989 RSTD NAPOLITANO 1319 AURORA JNE 199 LA LUNECILLA CM 675 AFRODITA LTM 72 SOBRESALTO 123 RIQUEZAS PERFECTAS 961 SRO NEVADA 2029 BDS CAPRICHOSA 2166 PCS BERGANTIN 505 ALBA NEGRA CHR 1548 CBP SERAFINA S71905 *SU SENORIA 112 CAPRICHOSA 9 NINA DEL ORO CHR G812212AVIADOR 2232 BDS LA BUSCADORA 1953 *JRM DEMANDA 24 PARAISO CM 1216 RTSD TRAVIESO 1817 TMR SOLTERO 591 DOMINGO REAL RM 1775 RTP LUNADOR 1588 CASTILLO DE FUEGO PPP 674 LA RINCONADA 1550 AVO DON CARLITOS 740 CBP INFANTA 966 FARAON IJB 272 FIERO MF 1250 GGPR MENSAJERO 106 LLAMATIVO 1700 MERCEDES DE ORO SR 696 PJP NO SE VENDE 1844 RJM VICTORIA 2225 VRR EVITA 2198 BDS CADENCIA 2303 CBP CALYPSO 1063 PRIMERO NATO 2016 RSTD LOURDES 2093 BDS ALAMO 132 GRANIZADA 1581 REY GITANO CM 1622 SENEGAL MSR 388 TIRON GBM 926 SOLEDA TRC 673 3TS EL RENO 905 WFP ASTRONOMICAL 30 *LISURA 26 NEBLINA DE LA PRADERA 1032 VR GUSTOSO 1404 SOLO CM 1834 BDS ORO PESA 2081 BDS SIN PARANGON 395 LRCR EL BARBARO G771708AMOROSO 204 AUREO DEL NORTE 23 BAILARINA DEL SOL CHR 25 CANCION DE VIENTO 1307 TORONADO MF 562 LA PERFECTA SALIDA 895 RSTD SALIDA DEL SOL 762 EXCEPCIONAL 829 MENSAJERO DE PAIJAN 1926 BDS ARISTOCRATA 2230 BDS VENCEDORA 2022 CM NACIONAL 1646 CBP SALOME 1774 JD AMOR SECRETO 129 SENORITA SALEROSA 1734 EVIDENTE CM 686 *JJBN VICARIO 111 PILSEN PPP 155 REVESADO PPP 2227 RSTD FORTUNADO 280 AMA EL DUQUESA HC 99 ANTEPASADO DEL REY HC 881 HEROE 1231 PJP DIAMANTE DEL NORTE 958 ENSENADO DEL OESTRE RJ 405 LA GITANA PTP 73 LA PRINCESA DE COMETA 386 RICOHOMBRE LW 689 PR DIVINA 1237 GAMBITO DEL DESTE RJ 1639 JOYA DE ROSADA SC

480.0 475.0 460.0 457.5 455.0 452.5 450.0 450.0 450.0 450.0 445.0 442.5 440.0 435.0 420.0 420.0 420.0 415.0 410.0 405.0 405.0 395.0 395.0 390.0 390.0 385.0 375.0 365.0 362.5 360.0 360.0 360.0 352.5 351.3 350.0 350.0 350.0 345.0 340.0 335.0 330.0 330.0 325.0 325.0 325.0 325.0 325.0 322.5 320.0 320.0 315.0 315.0 312.5 312.5 305.0 305.0 300.0 300.0 300.0 300.0 300.0 295.0 292.5 292.5 285.0 285.0 285.0 280.0 277.5 277.5 275.0 270.0 270.0 270.0 270.0 270.0 265.0 265.0 260.0 260.0 257.5 257.5 257.5 255.0 255.0 255.0 250.0 245.0 245.0 245.0 242.5 240.0 235.0 235.0 235.0 230.0 225.0 225.0 225.0 222.5 220.0 220.0

SILVER CLOUD RINGSTEAD RANCH BROWN, F & J MATHESON, R & B FEES, S&B SJODIN, ROB & JANICE NOLTNER, H&M RAPHEL, B & B HAGARTY, DEB RISSO, RUAL & LAUREN DOWNEY, D/M PARADISE PERUVIANS HASTIE, JOCELYN KIPNIS/DITUNNO BANASKY, ANNE CURRY, JODI RYSE-SCOCCA, VICKI ORLOWSKI, VICKI MANN, WANDA ZAITSOFF, S & S LARSEN, LANA VLISMAS, D JENNY, H & A SILVER CLOUD SORENSEN, J & V BUSHEY, CHELSEA CANTARO, P & E SILVER CLOUD BURDEGA, DAVE BUSK-DOWNEY, MIMI HIGGINS, JOHN HENDRICKS, MARTIN MACLEOD, RORY PARADISE PERUVIANS DOWNEY, M & D NEGRETE, JUAN MACLEOD, R & S BARRAZA/KIESOW RINGSTEAD RANCH PEACHEY, R & K SEAL, DAVE RINGSTEAD RANCH ORLOWSKI, VICKI CALVER, D SHERMAN, BRAUN BURDEGA, DAVE NEILSON, HEATHER SEVERSON, A HYLAND, COLLETTE PRESTON, P & J MATHESON, R & B ROSIA, SHERRI & WAYNE SAWATZKY, CHANTELLE NOLTNER, DON & SUE PRESTON, P & J RINGSTEAD RANCH ROSIA, SHERRI & WAYNE MOAT, R & L HARDINGHAM, LAURIE LOYD, G & L PERRA, BARBARA CALVER, DONNA CHANCE, L & L WOODWYNDE FARM BUSK-DOWNEY, MIMI MCCOLLISTER, SHIRLEY VLISMAS-SHAPKA, D SEVILLE, SHELLY PARADISE PERUVIANS BROWN, RONALD & CAROL CADILLAC RANCH EPLEY COOK, CHRISTINA HIGGINS, J & C MCCOLLISTER, SHIRLEY LOYD, G&L HASTIE, JOCELYN SLOBODA, ERVIN SLOBODA, ERVIN RINGSTEAD RANCH CHRISTIE, A & MUNRO, J PARADISE PERUVIANS ALEXANDER, JAMES BURDEGA, DAVE YOUELL, LORILL NEGRETE, JUAN WORDEN, K & L PARADISE PERUVIANS MORRISON, L DUFRESNE, K & P RINGSTEAD RANCH CHAMBERLAIN, M BEVAN, MARGARET TRIPLE L DOWNEY, D & M SJODIN, JANICE SEVERSON, A & A RICHARDSON, KEITH PRESTON, P & J DANKS, GAIL MAHIEUX-BONE, A SILVER CLOUD

CHR RSTD NFR HDN 20 RSTD RJ HCP RSTD RSTD WFP 450 CM BDS RJT TMR FOX, M HDP RJ AVO RSTD JNE CM MORGEN CHR CHR SRO BDS PCS CHR CBP H. PUCALA CHR CHR DELOZIER BDS 195 JRM CM RSTD TMR KEHOE RTP PPP DELSOLAR AVO BURDEGA IJB MF GGPR PPH SR PJP RJM VRR BDS 50 CBP HARGROVE RSTD BDS PPH CM MSR GBM TRC 3TS WFP HACIENDA SAN JAVIER PD VR CM BDS BDS LRCR AUSTAD EDWARDS CHR LUND MF AAG RAN RSTD NOBLE LEGETI BDS BDS 77.5 CM CBP JD CM CM CASTRO KS PPP RSTD 115 HCP HCP JUANEZ PJP RJ PTP EDWARDS LW MERO RJ SC

312.5

130

180

62.5

80

50 52.5

195

50

180

60

70

0 0 0 20 0 0 0 0 0 450 0 442.5 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 180 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 257.5 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 130 102.5 195 0 0 120 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 257.5 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 175 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0


1809 341 720 1795 1631 22 777 1878 687 737 223 2252 555 798 1349 195 588 1154 1814 660 402 2255 393 770 87 348 196 2033 579 2218 1017 1069 1666 1042 547 676 707 2185 34 322 1601 1595 166 1815 644 8 1289 1052 1030 256 830 1961 1954 33 571 2237 1888 340 2006 1769 2304 908 35 80 52 1062 1744 18 1475 2072 1248 1529 37 1635 715 141 2176 1421 585 943 642 1887 1973 2018 2 548 1787 44 1234 1361 663 2049 787 2148 96 1801 542 502 97 2060 2215 469

LOGAR CPDN QUERENCIA SOBERANA DE LUNA CM SRS DON DIAZ SRS LATINA TORERO *NVG GLORIOSO POLETE IJB *JJBN MONARQUIA *JJBN TACUBO ULTIMA CHR CM DULCINEA ARISCO CM DESTELLO CHR RSTD MILAGRO SOL NACIENTE LVP VERDADERO RSTD DINASTIA TMR CHINA CARISMA CM CAMELIA RVP CARINA DE TOPAZITA DPP NORTENO TESOSO SCP REC NADIA RECARAMELO RIO CAPITAN SU JACINTO CSZ SHAKIRA AMOR PURO HDN NINO REY PCR MARGARITA WFP EL JOVEN PERU MARTINA MH RSTD EMBAJADOR DEL NORTE *MOH SOLO EL CASCADA DONOSURA DE AMIGA IJB RSTD AMBROSIA SOLTERON ESPINA BLANCA CM RSTD SEDUCTOR HDF BONITO NINO DANZANTE DEL SOL CHR TMR RHEA CARINA AAG DELICIA DE ORO CHR JWF AFICION LCRC DON ALFREDO RSTD MONACO VENTURERO CHR SRO TESORO *AV ESCRITOR *JRM IRACUNDA AFAN JAZMIN DEL NORTE BDS VALEROSO HEREDERA CHR ARANUELA CM BR RISA RSTD CABRIOLA GISELA DJJR RDS MARIONETA SU LISURA PEREGRINA SUBIDA *MSP MALABRIGO BDS SOL DE MACHU PICCU DON PADRINO RSTD AMANTE RSTD GABRIELA SIRIUS HKK SRO ENIGMA SU REPLICA TENTACION VR PCR DON VITO SU MANDO *AECH REPLICA AVO PENSAMIENTO LVP PINTORESCA DON GATO CM LA CRISTALINA HFJ LEA CONSPIRADOR PJP SOL SALIENTE RSTD RAVEL VISPERA *RWT ROBLE LIBRE CLST REQUIEBRO ULTIMO DON JOSE ICA DE IQUENO GMG JOYA DE MAYO TRC LILA POCO CDPN SIEMPRE SDR CM LABERINTO CANDENTE KS GRAN SENOR PPP QUE TAL JOVEN CPDN SENOR SIMPATICO SD VENECIA SDS CBP CAZADOR CBP SOBERANA HCS RIZADO RE ALEGRE

220.0 220.0 220.0 220.0 220.0 220.0 215.0 215.0 210.0 210.0 210.0 207.5 205.0 205.0 205.0 205.0 200.0 200.0 200.0 197.5 195.0 195.0 195.0 195.0 195.0 195.0 195.0 192.5 190.0 190.0 190.0 187.5 185.0 185.0 180.0 180.0 180.0 180.0 180.0 175.0 175.0 172.5 170.0 170.0 165.0 165.0 165.0 165.0 165.0 165.0 162.5 160.0 160.0 160.0 160.0 157.5 155.0 150.0 150.0 150.0 147.5 145.0 145.0 142.5 142.5 140.0 140.0 140.0 140.0 140.0 140.0 140.0 140.0 140.0 135.0 135.0 130.0 130.0 130.0 125.0 125.0 125.0 125.0 125.0 125.0 120.0 120.0 120.0 120.0 120.0 120.0 120.0 120.0 117.5 115.0 115.0 115.0 115.0 115.0 112.5 112.5 112.5

THOMPSON, M & J CPDN NOLTNER, H&M NOLTNER DOWNEY, DALE CM MEDLICOTT, DORIS SRS MUNRO, JUDY SRS KNIEVEL, DEBBIE KS VILLAFUERTE VILLAFUERTE MCMILLAN, JOHN IJB RINGSTEAD RANCH BORJA RINGSTEAD RANCH BORJA RICHARDSON/BURTON CHR DOWNEY, M & D CM FENN, JAMES CM WILSON, STEPHANIE CHR STEINER, BONNIE RSTD CAMERON, MARLENE PPH DOWNEY, M & D LVP MALMBERG, FIONA RSTD BARRAZA/DITUNNO TMR VIRGIN, B/L CM KOSTIW, JANET RVP ELDRIDGE, K & R DPP KENT, P & S SCP KEIRLE, BARB REC MULLOCK, B/B SOLANA BROWN, TRACY ALLARD MAXWELL/SCOTT AUSTAD ZAITSOFF, S & S CSZ BUDD, G & L WRIGHT MACKEY, G & C HDN COOMBS, B & E POSO CR WOODWYNDE FARM WFP SHERIDAN, KIMBERLY MH TOMLINSON, G & J RSTD SUI, JUAN & DEBBIE HEIN GERLOFF/ENGLERT FREEMAN KOOPMANS, CATHERINE IJB RINGSTEAD RANCH RSTD HOLOBOFF, BILL CM MARK/SCOTT CM WARDLE, DARREN RSTD MOHRDAR, DR. ARASH HDF RICHARDSON/BURTON CHR DITUNNO, MARISSA TMR TREICH, CAROL & ANDREW GIOVAN HENDRICKS, MARTIN CHR CHASE, B & B JWF BROWN, F & J LCRC PARKER, MAGGIE RSTD STEHLE, F & M CHR BOWERS/SMITH SRO EYZAGUIRRE, E, S & A AV BROWN, SUZANNE JRM MACLEOD, RORY CM BENNETT, KEN JAUREZ PARADISE PERUVIANS BDS ROSIA, ANNIE CHR WALKER, BARBARA CM MOONEY, JO-ANNE BR RINGSTEAD RANCH RSTD DEMERS, S & J DJJR SERRANO RANCH DELSOLAR ULAN, JANET CM SPRUCE COULEE CHR MOAT, R & L KS SIMPSON, KOLLEEN SANCHEZ TRAYLOR, JOHN BDS RAD, ANNE NFR BARNEY, BILL RSTD RINGSTEAD RANCH RSTD KEENAN, HILDA & KEN HKK CURRY, JODI SRO LINTON, FAYE CM SPANISH OAK FARMS VR CALVER, T & D OWNES/N BAYNTON, SYLVIA AUSTAD BROWN S/ROSIA W AECH MALMBERG, FIONA AVO NOLAN, D & G LVP INGRAM, DON CM KOSLOWSKI, JULENE HFJ POLLOCK, EDETTA LEA THIESSEN, STEPHANIE PJP RINGSTEAD RANCH RSTD BAYNTON, SYLVIA CPDN SILVER CLOUD AGROPEC HASTIE, JOCELYN CLST KNIGHT, DOLORES SCHLICT TRIPLE L PERUVIANS GMG FENTON, JILL TRC HASTIE, JOCELYN LEONHARD RICHARDSON, K & B CDPN ZAITSOFF, S & S SDR DOWNEY, M & D CM TRIPLE K STABLES KS MOAT, R & L PPP RICHARDSON, K & B CPDN HUBER, LESLIE & GLEN SD FISK, SHARON MOKER BURDEGA, DAVE CBP ELDRIDGE, K & R CBP CLIFFORD, LILLIAN HAEBERL

5

30

80

130

60

15

20

90

180

97.5

45

15

22.5

15

45

22.5

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 215 0 0 0 90 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 15 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 110 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 180 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 157.5 0 0 0 0 45 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 60 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0


1513 INCA NOCHE SR 2188 RSTD ALLESANDRA 2210 *EA BALSAMERA 1001 CARAMELO CCP 127 MONARQUIA HC 287 SELECTA PD 1524 INDELIZO DEL OESTE 1966 BAB TORBELLINO 2197 BDS CHUBASCO 53 LINDO MUCHACHO 1865 VR NEBLINA 2171 CM LA JOYA 1369 WFP ASTRAL 480 MILAGRO DE DELICIA SCR 1768 RSTD EL CANADIENSE 1709 SRS ZENATO 291 FERNANDO SRP 81 PROFETISA 1980 RSTD CONSTANTINA REAL 2037 *JRM ILUSION 1948 AVO LINDURA 2234 BDS PROVIDENCIA 1082 CRISTALINA TRC 1625 HDN MASCARA 855 PJP ALOMAR 1214 RSTD BOTON DE ORO 2106 SRS SOL NACIENTE 702 CHICOTE DEL OESTRE RJ 567 LRCR SENORITA FUEGO 1660 MILENIA CM 240 RA KAHLUA 102 REALEZA 79 REGIO NEGRO 1476 RSTD FABULA 63 VIADA PD 1605 RSTD CAPRICHOSO 355 ANGEL 1517 SOFIA LOREN TRC 2115 RJM MAXIMO 893 *JJBN MORELEJA 854 BARCELONA SV 1808 BKA INTOCABLE 810 CANELA PD 2105 CM INNOCENCIA 910 REGALO DE DIOS JF 1824 RJM MI LUCIA 2151 RJM NINA DEL ORO 1851 RSTD VALEROSO 2206 RKE DESTENIDO 404 CIDIANA 1978 CLST CHISMOSA 2150 CM DANZANTE 1747 CPDN BANDOLERA 153 DOL SALERO 791 ENCIMA 2219 HDN REY MAJESTAD 605 LVA AMADORA 1567 MARCO IJB 103 REINADO 2114 RJM COQUETA 1472 SRO LIBERTAD 1737 SRS SAGRADO EL HIJO 4 VOLCAN 2250 CBP TABRON 650 BAILADOR DE VIENTO MF 492 CAMARERA 2116 CBP ANAELISA 2124 CM CASI MAJICA 1044 EBH PALERMO 677 FLOR DE CANA 2056 HCP FANTASIA 1577 HCP ROSADA 1377 LVP TESORO 2059 MISTERIOSO SGR 297 TORREON 1033 VALIENTE RJT 1925 WS LUCITA 356 CADENCIA 1807 BDS NO ME OLVIDES 64 CARESTIA 1626 HDN ALTIVO SVR 1318 JWF NOBLE SOL 265 PROMESA DE PASCUA 428 RIO PABLO CM 2107 SRS REPLICA 970 VIVO DEL SAUCE 2251 CM REAL 88 *BAYA DE B BAR B 298 CORTEZ 419 DAVIDA D'ALCALA 577 DON ZORILLO CHR 54 DONNA ANITA 1257 LVA ELECTRA M751582MELENA DE BAYA 3 MUY BIEN 1761 NHP AFORTUNADO 1230 PJP AMIGO DEL NORTE 241 RA DON CHALO 95 RIQUEZA 1343 RSTD EVITA 1960 *AV DIPLOMATICA I 1835 *BDS DISTINGUIDO

112.5 112.5 110.0 110.0 110.0 110.0 107.5 105.0 105.0 105.0 105.0 102.5 102.5 100.0 100.0 100.0 97.5 97.5 97.5 95.0 95.0 95.0 95.0 95.0 95.0 95.0 95.0 90.0 90.0 90.0 90.0 90.0 90.0 90.0 90.0 87.5 85.0 85.0 83.7 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 77.5 75.0 75.0 75.0 75.0 75.0 75.0 75.0 75.0 75.0 75.0 75.0 75.0 75.0 75.0 72.5 70.0 70.0 70.0 70.0 70.0 70.0 70.0 70.0 70.0 70.0 70.0 70.0 70.0 67.5 65.0 65.0 65.0 65.0 65.0 65.0 65.0 65.0 63.8 60.0 60.0 60.0 60.0 60.0 60.0 60.0 60.0 60.0 60.0 60.0 60.0 60.0 55.0 55.0

ANDERSON, CHERYL LAUTERBACHER, MONIKA DESROCHERS, MARNY GALE, CAROLYN RICHARDSON, K/B/B SLOBODA, ERVIN SJODIN, ROB & JANICE BASSETT, BETTY PARADISE PERUVIANS CLELAND, ROBERT BROWN, SUZANNE DOWNEY, M & D STENSRUD, J & W DUFRESNE, K & P RINGSTEAD RANCH NOLTNER, DON CAUDRON, C & J SPRUCE COULEE RINGSTEAD RANCH ROSIA, SHERRI & WAYNE ORLOWSKI, VICKI ZAITSOFF, S & S CONWAY, LINDSAY LOYD, G&L HUMPHRIES, TOM JONES, BILL SHERIDAN, KIMBERLY PACKER, M & Y CADILLAC RANCH HARDINGHAM, LAURIE NEELY, MIKE BERG, S & D SPRUCE COULEE RINGSTEAD RANCH PENNER, H & E HAMBLEN/JASERIE RICHARDSON/BURTON MCKEE, TANYA GIBBONS, NANCY BROWN, SUZANNE STEEVES, LESA MINTERT, F & Z ANDERSON, LAWRENCE DOWNEY, M & D KENT, P & S THOM, JEAN MATHESON, R & B LAUTERBACHER, MONIKA ELDRIDGE, K & R MAWHINNEY/KROECKER HASTIE, JOCELYN BREAULT, D & D EYZAGUIRRE, E & S GABALA, JOSEPH LOYD, T & G HASTIE, JOCELYN PENNER, H & E SJODIN, ROB & JANICE FISHER, ALISON SILVER CLOUD SAWATZKY, R & M PARSONS, J & S RICHARDSON, KEITH BURDEGA, DAVE NORDSTROM, J SLOBODA, ERVIN ROSIA, TANNER ROWAT, C & B TRIPLE L LENNOX, JANET NOLTNER, DON NOLTNER, H & M CUMMING, KAREN MCKEE, TANYA VETTER-MARCOTTE CARROLL, J & R CHRISTIE, A & MUNRO, J ROBERTS, VALMA PARADISE PERUVIANS CALVER, T & D DAN/MCCALLISTER PARADISE PERUVIANS STEHLE, F & M ANDERSON, SANDRA SHERIDAN, KIMBERLY KOSTECKY, LINDA DOWNEY, M & D MULLOCK, B/B DREW, D & A SJODIN, JANICE LEFEVRE, JAMES CLELAND, HAZEL OLSON, D & D BURDEGA, DAVE RICHARDSON, KEITH ROSIA, TANNER WALKER, BARBARA NEELY, MIKE RICHARDSON/BURTON NEWTON, PATRICIA ROSIA, SHERRI & WAYNE MCKINNEY, GRANT

KIRSCHBAUM RSTD EA CCP HCP PD DEL OESTE BAB BDS SCANLAN VR CM WFP VOISS RSTD SRS DFP CHR RSTD JRM AVO BDS CALVER HDN PJP RSTD SRS RJ LRCR CM RA SOLANA MOKER RSTD PD RSTD BENSON TRC RJM BORJA SV BKA PD CM FOSTER RJM RJM RSTD RKE BENSON CLST CM CPDN NFR FREEMAN HDN LVA IJB MOKER RJM SRO SRS CHR CBP MF FOSTER CBP CM HARVEY IND COYOTE HCP HCP LVP SGR KLINGER RJT WS RA BDS KS HDN JWF CPDN CM SRS HUX CM H. PUCALA HYMAS KEHOE CHR SCHLOTT LVA CM DELSMAN NHP PJP RA CYPRESSS RSTD AV BDS

10

20

30

15

10

80

45

75

0 30 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 30 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 95 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 55 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 75 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0


1573 BELLA DAMA CPDN 790 LA ROSA BLANCA 104 REFINA 1480 RSTD AZUCAR RUBIA 1819 SRS SOFIA 904 WFP MARISCALA 409 LA GOLONDRINA RVP 181 PRECIOSA AAG 1372 SRS CALINA 2136 *CEC PISTOLERA 1812 CAPPUCCINO 643 FANTASIA CM 150 HERMOSO DEL NORTE 92 HIJO DE BAYA 793 JERONIMO DEL NORTE CPDN 788 LA MEDIA NOCHE 727 MSP LUCIERNAGA 1602 RSTD CANCION DE PERU 1604 RSTD LUCINDA 1095 RSTD RECUERDO 1354 SRO LLUVIA 1317 SRO TIGRESA 1989 *SOY PERUANO DEL PERU 498 ASTRO NORTENO CHR 11 AZUCAR QUEMADA PD 5 CERTERA 1945 CM FIESTA DE DIAMANTES 57 CRISTOBALITO 411 DRB SAMI 554 LA POETICA 45 LUJOSA L 681 LVA PRIMACIA 245 OLINDA 488 ORO MUCHACHO CPDN 193 PFL EL FUEGO 2282 VRR MARYAH 1179 RJS DIVA 1974 TESORO ESCONDIDO BCT 1078 CAMPANA 93 CHIQUALINA RDM 399 CUZCO CPDM 455 EL AZTECA 1578 EMPRESA NL 969 HDP ANITA 347 MECHE DE ORO CM 1444 PJP EL PATRON 1217 RSTD ANDALUZ 826 SRO TAHOE T3807 JOYANTE 2275 RSTD CRISTAL 2236 BDS MARINERO 1968 CLST DETERMINACION 930 DUENDE PD 635 EL BRUJO SD 1845 HDN SOLADO DE CAYALTI 2145 NHP CAZADOR 1867 PTO EL PREVISTO 1065 RSTD CONQUISTADOR 2119 RSTD HELIOS E.T. 1276 GALVANO SC 760 PCR LUCIANO 1160 RBV LEGADO DE HURACON 1658 REALERO CM 992 WFP ALFANA REAL 776 WPF PALOMA II 2175 *AECH GUADALAJARA 264 ABREGO CHR 329 ALBERTA SOLANA SCP 1927 BDS EMPRESARIA 2082 BDS MICONFIANZA 1376 CASTANO NL 486 CEFIRA CPP 372 CIELO Y TIERRA 2171 CM LA JOYA 278 EL CENTAURO RVP 942 EL CUERVO CM 546 EL TROUBADOR SDR 58 ESPECIA PD 299 GLORIA DEL REY 900 HERCULANO HFJ 1891 HIJO ENCANTADOR MH 494 LA BANDOLERA RVP 578 LAGRIMA DORADA DEL SOL 761 MARIA REAL 2347 NHP RESERO 248 ONICE PD 188 PEPINO PUCHITO 221 PEPPITO PD 692 PK GITANA 158 POTENTE 1323 RAREZA DL T2908 REMEZON 2273 RSTD MADEIRA 1153 RSTD PEQUENO 1481 RSTD TABASCO 843 SANTANA RJM 363 SH DINAMITA 481 SIRENO DEL ORO MF 2307 SOLARA MARIA 98 SOLIVIAR M751595SONRISA 143 SU LIBERTATOR

55.0 55.0 55.0 55.0 55.0 55.0 52.5 52.5 52.5 50.0 50.0 50.0 50.0 50.0 50.0 50.0 50.0 50.0 50.0 50.0 50.0 50.0 45.0 45.0 45.0 45.0 45.0 45.0 45.0 45.0 45.0 45.0 45.0 45.0 45.0 45.0 42.5 42.5 40.0 40.0 40.0 40.0 40.0 40.0 40.0 40.0 40.0 40.0 37.5 37.5 35.0 35.0 35.0 35.0 35.0 35.0 35.0 35.0 35.0 32.5 32.5 32.5 32.5 32.5 32.5 30.0 30.0 30.0 30.0 30.0 30.0 30.0 30.0 30.0 30.0 30.0 30.0 30.0 30.0 30.0 30.0 30.0 30.0 30.0 30.0 30.0 30.0 30.0 30.0 30.0 30.0 30.0 30.0 30.0 30.0 30.0 30.0 30.0 30.0 30.0 30.0 30.0

MARKHAM-TEXIDOR SLOBODA, ERVIN MOAT, R & L DACOSTA, BARBARA MARTENS, JANETTE WOODWYNDE FARM ILCISIN, SHIRLEY JOHNSTON, PAM VISSCHER, H MOKER, E&L BARRAZA/KIESOW JENNY, H & A SNELL, JAN HYMAS, F & C JALLEN, KELLEY GUTIERREZ, EDDIE SONBERG, RICHARD DAMAZIO, J & K ELDRIDGE, K & R JOHNSON, WILMA ROSIA, TANNER ELYZEN, ELAINE LAUTERBACHER, UWE INNES, D & M KERIK, JAMES HEIN, ROY SCHMIDT, URSULA JONES, JAMES SEWELL, B & A CAUDRON, C & J KIRKEBY, MARGARET OLSON, D & D ELLIS, TOM BABIJ, AMIE POQUIOCK FARMS BROWN, SUZANNE GALPIN, A&K WALLIS, JESSIE LEROUS, LESLIE ANN BREEN, J/L FENTON, J & N BROW, BEVERLY MARK/SCOTT JOHNSON, CHRISTINE DOWNEY, M & D DESROCHERS, MARIE BLANKENSHIP, D SERRANO RANCH BOURAY RINGSTEAD RANCH ZAITSOFF, S & S RASMUSSEN, ROXANNA STURGESS, B & R MEESKE, CARLA THOMPSON, M & J ROSIA, TANNER STEEVES, LESA COYER, DAWNETTE BLANKENSHIP/BOURDEAU GORMAN, M & D HUNNICUTT, K & J BOULEGA, JANET BLOKPOEL, SYLVIA GUILBAULT, HELENE COMPTON/CHEREMKORA MCKINNEY, GRANT RICHARDSON/BURTON CREA, JUDY BROWN, TRACY DECOSTA, DEANNA MARK/SCOTT ORLOWSKI, VICKI KELLY, J,M, & S DOWNEY, M & D VON HELLERMANN, C RAINS, ANNETTE VON HELLERMANN, C STEGER, P & B RICHARDSON, K & B KALLIS, MIKE MACKAY, JAMES ILCISIN, J BUDD, LINDA HASTIE, JOCELYN ROSIA, TANNER SWANSON, ARLA KOPER, LARRY KEENAN, J & S SORENSEN, J & V ILCISIN, SHIRLEY HUMPHRIES, TOM MACLEOD, RORY RINGSTEAD RANCH MAWHINNEY/KROECKER BRYANT, A & C MATTHEWS, KEVEN RISLER, JAN LONG, J & D BURDEGA, DAVE CYR, DINAH MACLEOD, RORY SEVERSON, A

CPDN NELSON MOAT, R RSTD SRS WFP RVP AAG RAN SRS CEC FOWLER CM CPDN RDM CPDN BORJA SANCHEZ RSTD RSTD RSTD SRO SRO PASARA CHR PD CHR CM MORGENS BENSEN CM KS LVA CM CPDN BURDEN VRR RJS HARGROVE RDM CPDM DEEN NL HDP CM PJP RSTD SRO CM RSTD BDS CLST PD SD HDN NHP PTO RSTD RSTD SC POSO CR RBV CM WOODWYNDE WPF AECH CHR SCP BDS BDS NL CPP BERG CM RVP CM BERG PD CDPN HFJ MH RVP NEVILLE FREEMAN NHP PD MCQUEEN PD PK CM LARSON CM RSTD RSTD RSTD RJM HAMBLEN MF PARKER CM DELOZIER CM

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15

15

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100 222 59 2228 49 232 1570 2154 634 2134 821 525 1659 1477 981 215 1424 2213 1273 2240 1644 1587 449 344 116 1864 2012 528 2294 1969 1633 1381 1059 964 735 101 1759 584 1417 1778 461 407 1786 990 524 2139 563 705 476 838 408 1928 1909 351 744 523 2256 454 38 1080 394 226 1309 616 2062 2053 652 1130 960 1149 122 679 2131 251 197 801 157 1068 271 179 108 1471 1136 187 406 6 216 1885 369 417 1183 414 1310 682 515 1790 1058 1650 662 2268 1045 622

SUENO DE AMIGO CHR UXMAL CHR VISPERAS PD RSTD DANCIA DELICADEZA EL ANTIGUO MILAGRO O GATA LISA CPDN HCP ENDORA LRCR SOMBRIO SOLDADO LVP PERFECCION OSCURITA CHP PAMPERO MF REMEZON CM RSTD ESTRELLA DEL NORTE RSTD PRINCESSA TABERNERO VR PRINCESA GUERRERA HCP SALEROSA CAPRICHO CM CBP ANNAROSA CBP MAXIMA HURACONA SGR LVA NORTENO ORGULLO DEL SOL ALENDA AZUL AST LIGERO AVO NAVEGANTE BAILADORA DEL SOL IJB CBP NUEVO REY CLST COSMICO DISTINGUIDA CAYALTI FARON DE ORO SC FSR PRIMERO FURIOSO IJB HDP ECLIPSE LINDA PD MARQUESA SDS NORTENO ESTRELLA SCP PJP PISTOLA POCO VAQUERO SC POLARIS RVP REC EVA RJT COQUETA RSTD ROSA SALVAJE SOLANO REAL VRR LUJOSO *RYR RESCATE AMADO TESORO SCW AMANECIDA IJB AVO TIMIDA BAMBI BDS ARROGANTE BDS INVENCIBLE BENAMERITO CDC CAVIJO DE PAZ SKR CHANTAJE CLST EPIFANIO DONA FASCINA O DULCECILLA EL CENTAURO TRC ESTRELLITA DEL ISL FELICE VP FLOR DE LIS CPDN FRESCA CHR HDN AMANCAY ILLUSION DEL VIEJO NRR JJB MADRUGADA JOYA DEL LLANO TKS LMR TABASCO LRCR CARMELITA LUZ DE LAS ESTRELLAS LVA SOLDADO DEL SOL MCD CORONEL MONEDA GRANDEZA HC PEOMA DE AFAN PK EL HURACAN DUQUESA RDS EL EMBRUJO REBELDE DEL RIO REGALO DE AMIGO SCP RUBYAT SOLTURA SRO DELICUENTA SRS CORTEJO DEL NORTE SUENO REINA SCP TERRON DE ORO PTP TIERRA DEL SOL CHR TINA DEL NORTE CPDN TMR PRISTINO VICTORIA DEL ORO MF VISTA PD VR GRANDIOSA ZAINA CHR LS ALEJANDRINA AVO TASARO CABELLERA NFR CBP TIADORA CZARINA DEL CIELO DIEGO DE LAVEGA BJS DUROCCO DYB CORONA EBH CARMELITA EL NINO RJM

30.0 30.0 30.0 27.5 25.0 25.0 25.0 25.0 25.0 25.0 25.0 25.0 25.0 25.0 25.0 25.0 25.0 23.8 22.5 22.5 22.5 22.5 22.5 22.5 20.0 20.0 20.0 20.0 20.0 20.0 20.0 20.0 20.0 20.0 20.0 20.0 20.0 20.0 20.0 20.0 20.0 20.0 20.0 20.0 20.0 20.0 15.0 15.0 15.0 15.0 15.0 15.0 15.0 15.0 15.0 15.0 15.0 15.0 15.0 15.0 15.0 15.0 15.0 15.0 15.0 15.0 15.0 15.0 15.0 15.0 15.0 15.0 15.0 15.0 15.0 15.0 15.0 15.0 15.0 15.0 15.0 15.0 15.0 15.0 15.0 15.0 15.0 15.0 15.0 15.0 15.0 15.0 12.5 10.0 10.0 10.0 10.0 10.0 10.0 10.0 10.0 10.0

YORK, LAURA PAULSON, YVETTE MCCOLLISTER, A & S RINGSTEAD RANCH PARKER, W & C RAMIREZ, J & C MCMILLAN, JOHN HENDERSON, V & N RYSE, MARY SJODIN, ROB & JANICE DEMERS, ELLA SCHIBLI, SHIRLEY MCGEE, MARTHA RINGSTEAD RANCH JOHNSON, KAREN HAMILTON, P & W HASTIE, JOCELYN NOLTNER, H & M RINGSTEAD RANCH BURDEGA, DAVE MOKER, E&L STEEL GAITS RANCH HALL, K SANDIGO, JUAN BOSCO NOLTNER, H&M THIESSEN, STEPHANIE NEILSON, HEATHER DENNISON, MARYAN BURDEGA, DAVE HASTIE, JOCELYN PARADISE PERUVIANS DITTRICH, D & B SAMOVAR, DEBORAH GLOVER/TURCOTTE JACOBSEN, M & W ORLOWSKI, VICKI HUBER, L & G GORDON, MOLLIE DEE MURPHY, ELIZABETH KOHANEK, LEE KOSTIW, JANET GRANDBOIS, M & E DECHESNE, TAMMY JALLEN, BRENDA MARK/SCOTT DEMERS, S & J RANCHO SERRANO HRBINIC, SERGE CHARBONNEAU, JUNE HEMMAWAY, D & M HAMMON, DINITY SANTINI, GARY PARADISE PERUVIANS BREEN, G & E JACOBSEN, M & W MARK/SCOTT HASTIE, JOCELYN FORLI, HENRICA BUSK/DOWNEY, MIMI BIDWELL, SUSAN FEES, S & B BEAR, MARION SILVER CLOUD GORMAN, MILTON BARTON, RONALD SILVER CLOUD LAKE VIEW PERUVIANS TRIPLE K STABLES KOPER, LARRY HEUVELINK, H & B LINKEWICH, BONNIE COUTURE, GAY EICHINGER, H & B CADILLAC RANCH ALBRIGHT, LAURIE DUFRESNE, K & P ILCISIN, SHIRLEY FRIESEN, B & T BELLAY, NORMAN BREAKERSGATE WALKER, A & M LOWE, LYN STRONG, MITZI SPRUCE COULEE SEVERSON, A & A SCHIBLI, SHIRLEY BENNETT, IRIS PAULUS, V & M TAYLOR, MARION FRODEY-MCINERNEY SHERRELL, M & J VIEBROCK, C & D MAASHOFF, JULIE ORLOWSKI, VICKI EVANS, J & J BURDEGA, DAVE KENT, P & S CHARBONNEAU, JUNE HOLLEY, CAROL DOWNEY, M & D TRIPLE L PERUVIANS BAKER, ROBERT

CHR CHR PD RSTD MEULL/MULL CRIADOR CPDN HCP LRCR LVP CHP MF CM RSTD RSTD CPDN VR HCP CM CBP CBP SGR LVA LANGSTON COCHRAN AST AVO IJB CBP CAYALTI SC FSR IJB NOBLE PD SDS SCP PJP SC RVP REC RJT RSTD HALLIMORE VRR RISSO, R SCW HALLIMORE AVO BURGOON BDS BDS CDC SWANSON 4 WINDS CLST CRIADOR HAMBLEN TRC MACR/RI/ VP CPDN CHR HDN NRR BURGESS TKS LMR CADILLIC WOOD, S LVA MCD HC CM PK DELSOLAR R DOMINGO SCP AAG RAN CHR SRO SRS SCP PTP CHR CPDN TMR MF PD VR CHR SHIEL, L AVO NFR CBP DOWLING BJS HALLIMORE DYB HARVEY IND RJM

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BAYNTON, SYLVIA MCKINNEY, GRANT MCKINNEY, GRANT TRIPLE L ROSIA, SHERRI & WAYNE DORY, BILL & SANDY NORDSTROM, KAREL SKOTAR, NANCY ROWAT, C & B TRIPLE L KOKESH, LAURA ELDRIDGE, K & R KALLIS, M & S GALLINO, LORI GERALDI, GAIL CHARETTE, FRANK SMITH, EVA STEHLE, F & M KANE, KRISTEN PETRIE, D & C BURDEGA, DAVE MARKHAM-TEXIDOR TOTH, JAMES MARKHAM-TEXIDOR LENNOX, J & R WILDHORSE CREEK PARADISE PERUVIANS HEUVELINK, H & B GERALDI, GAIL NADON, A & F COYER, C & D

A CART SGR LVA SANCHEZ NHP JDP POSO CR PJP AAG HARVEY IND SCP RKE RSTD RSTD RISSO, R VAN DIEST SRO CHP MF SEXTON CBP ESE PPH WCH HDF HDN HRS RVG LVP SRR TRC

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Peruvian Horse Club of Alberta! c/o 11003 Oakfield Drive S.W.! Calgary, Alberta T2W 3H3!

! Please check out the new website at:!

www.peruvianpasosalberta.com!

!

President : Grant McKinney ph. 403-710-0805! email: grantmckinney@xplornet.ca!

!

Vice President: Chantelle Sawatzky ph. 780-963-3077! email: chantelle.sawatzky@gmail.com!

!

Secretary: Heather Neilson ph. 403-281-1306! email: pacohn@telus.net!

!

Treasurer: Lesa Steeves ph. 403-281-2114! email: lcsteeves @shaw.ca!

!

Webmaster: Suzanne Brown email: suzy_brown@shaw.ca! !

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PHAC LIFETIME NOVICE POINTS 2006 to Present NAME

Totals

2013

2012

2011

2010

2009

2008

2007

2006

2

26

0

0

0

0

0

0

11 0

26 0

0 43

0 0

0 0

0 0

2 0

0 0 0 0 0 50

0 0 0 0 0 34

0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0

0 61 0 0 16 0

10 43 0 0 0 0

0 0 26 7 0 0

4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 21

0 0 0 0 30 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 9 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 15 16 0 0 0

0 0 0 12 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 1 0 0 5 0 0 60 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 0

0

0

0

0

0

0

32

6

0

0

0

0

0

6

0

9

9

0

0

0

0

0

0

15

0

0

0

0

0

0

18

0

0

0

0

0

2

16

Juanita Rosia

54

42

12

0

0

0

0

0

Judy Ford

7

7

0

0

0

0

0

0

Justin Easton Kathy Haynes Kirsten Kane

24 29 41

0 0

0 0

0 0

0 0

14 34

15 0

0 7

0

0

0

0

0

0

4

Angie Nadon Anne Eades Bea Heauvelink Betty Bassett Bob Green Bob Griechen Chris Thurn Christine Johnson Christy Byant Colter Trynchy David Breault David Summerland Glen Cox Nancy Cox DeAnn Long Deanna DeCosta Deb Gardner Don Noltner Doris Mendlicott Emily Grose Gail Geraldi Inez Pyke J. Robarge Jean Thom Jeanetter Gerard Jenette Martens

28 19 39 49 4 10 104 26 7 16 101 3 31 8 12 4 9 1 12 30 5 15 16 60 5 21

Jessica Thiessen

32

Jessie Gonzales

4

Jonathon Bridges Jose Texidor Joyce Brown

49

Juanita Omohundro

2014 19

6 4

17 3 31 8 12

4

2

32

24

Lanie Long

4

Laurie Hardingham

29

29

Leanne McCabe

1

1

Leeann Neuman

16

16

0

0

0

0

0

0

Lesa Steeves

9

0

0

9

0

0

0

0

Luis Fiallos

5

5

Lyndsey Baker

3

3

Marta Kecskes-Jarvie

10

0

10

0

0

0

0

0

Mary Lockwood

8

0

0

0

0

0

0

8

Melissa Zarubiak

75

36

39

0

0

0

0

0

Moni Thompson

27

0

15

0

0

12

0

0

Monika Lauterbacher

92

Patricia Groda

17

0

0

17

0

0

0

0

Paul Goldman

34

0

0

0

0

17

0

17

PJ Soles Renee Macchi Renee Wurtz Rhonda Neilson Robbin Klein Ron Moat Salome Ezyguirre Sandy Dory Susan Dutton Tammy Yacyshym Tanya McKee Uwe Lauterbacher Vicky Hildebrandt

31 3 31 21 16 19 57 4 19 12 31 14 52

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

31 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 21 0 0 0 0 0 12 0

0 0 0 0 16 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 9 0 19 0 0

0 0 31 0 0 0 4 4 0 0 31

0 3 0 0 0 19 27 0 0 0 0

0

0

0

0

52

0

0

53

39

17

14


RETIRED FROM NOVICE DIVISION NAME Annie Rosia Ashley Blair Brandi Fidler Brent Severson Cathie Taggart Cesario Texidor Chelsea Bushey Danielle Malsbury Delaney Malsbury Emma Thurn Jenee DeMers John McMillan Juliet Markham-Texidor Kaylee Martensen Rachel Sawatzky Susan Noltner Tessa Todd

Totals 4 98 4 83 29 105 10 36 65 46 165 166 169 24 23 163 191

2014

71

83

2013

49 69

32 3

PICS...Shopping in Peru pellons....hats

2012

2011

2010

2009

2008

2007

2006

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 45 0 0 0 0 65 77

0 0 0 0 0 0 10 0 0 0 0 18 76 24 0 0 28

0 0 0 33 0 66 0 0 0 0 0 0 46 0 0 58 0

0 98 0 0 0 39 0 0 0 0 0 41 47 0 0 0 0

0 0 4 25 0 0 0 0 32 0 0 11 0 0 23 8 0

4 0 0 18 29 0 0 0 33 0 0 15 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 7 0 0 0 36 0 46 0 12 0 0 0 0 0

Ch of Ch 2009 Jr Points Jr Points Jr Points 2007 Won Ch of Ch 2011 Professional Jr Points 2007 Won Ch of Ch Jr Points 2006 Won Ch of Ch Over 150 end of 2014 Over 150 end of 2013 Over 150 end of 2011 Jr Points Jr Points Over 150 end of 2013 Over 150 end of 2014


Submitted by Lois Worden, LoKey Ranch, Ontario

“Road to the Horse” What does this Kentucky Quarter Horse show have to do with Peruvians???
 ............EVERYTHING!
 On the last weekend of March, my husband, Keith and I journeyed 10 hours by car to the rolling hills of Lexington, KY. where, for 3 days, we were absorbed in a unique experience combining education and entertainment on the subject of horsemanship! In the Alltech Arena of the Kentucky Horse Farm, along with 6000 other horse loving members in an international audience, we were immersed in the 13th annual competition of 3 internationally known, elite clinicians and horse trainers. They worked with untouched 3 year old quarter horse colts from Four Sixes Ranch in Texas through the process of building a relationship between horse and human. The competitors were judged not only on their final test of skill in an obstacle course, but on the means to the end result. The goal of the “Road to the Horse” is to teach equestrians that natural horsemanship is a kinder, gentler more effective way of working with horses. The “Road to the Horse” competition was started in 2003 by Tootie Bland and her late husband, Steven and has been presented in Texas, Tennessee and Kentucky. This year, the defending champion of 2014, Jim Anderson, from Strathmore, Alberta competed against a three time winner of the Road to the Horse Championship, Chris Cox, from Mineral Wells, Texas and the Wild Card Winner, Trevor Carter, from Clovis, New Mexico to win the coveted title of “ Road to the Horse World Champion” and a cheque for $100,000! After the 3 competitors chose 2 colts each from a collection of 12 fine specimens out of Four Sixes Ranch, 3 round pens were set up and the clinicians started their work building a relationship with each horse. They worked their individual


techniques in bonding with their animals. They were given an hour and 45 minutes on Friday and Saturday with each of their two horses. They all wore microphones, so they were able to relate to us some of the things they were doing to train their horses. They all emphasized that they try to “make the right thing easy and the wrong thing difficult”! Gradually they were able to apply a saddle and carefully mount their animals – remember – this is all within 105 minutes on two days with a mandatory 10 minute break during each half hour! On the third day, the clinicians had 45 minutes for each of their two horses to warm up then attempt a very interesting obstacle course with poles, jumps, ropes, tarp on the ground etc. The horses had to walk a serpentine through poles, open a gate, have a rope swung over their heads, pull a log, walk over a teeter totter board, push a barrel with their nose and one final “surprise” obstacle where the rider pulled a rope out of a wishing well and a big furry spider popped out on the end! By the time we got to this stage, the crowd, which had been silent, erupted into cheers and applause after each accomplishment. At the end of the course, the competitors had an opportunity to try a feat of their own design for bonus points. Trevor and Jim did not get to this level of the final competition but when Chris Cox reached the end of the obstacles, he stopped; settled for a few seconds then very carefully hoisted himself out of the saddle, rubbed the back of his horse with his foot then, if you could believe it – he stood up in the saddle and swung a rope! The crowd went wild! This is a “signature” move for Chris and he was able to accomplish this after just 2 sessions in the round pen with an unbroke horse! Chris threw his hat into the crowd and we knew he had clinched the title! In the presentations at the end of the show, all three competitors were on stage along with Chris’ family – his wife, Barbara; his 6 year old daughter, Charley; and 3 year old son, Case. After receiving his cheque, plus a beautiful custom trophy


saddle from Martin Saddlery and a belt buckle custom designed by Gary Gist, Chris said that he had great respect for his two competitors and he announced that he was giving $10,000 each to Jim Anderson and Trevor Carter. (Later, Jim reported that he was “paying it forward” in donating his share to the Canadian Ronald

McDonald House and the Canadian Kids Make a Wish Foundation.) Talk about “warm and fuzzies”! There was not a dry eye in the crowd! As only the Americans can do, the show was also filled with all kinds of entertainment. The event started with mounted cowgirls galloping at top speed around the arena with flags and the poles erupting into a fireworks display. A tribute to the military veterans, followed by the National Anthem – “The Star Spangled Banner” performed by singer/songwriter, Stephanie Quayle had even the Canadians in the audience spellbound in patriotism!
 
 The Notorious One Arm Bandit, 62 year old John Payne, who is the 12 time winner of the prestigious Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association (PRCA) title of Rodeo Act of the Year, entertained us with his incredible stunts on horseback. His Dodge pick-up truck pulling a trailer outfitted with a platform on top and a ramp between the truck and trailer was brought into the arena. The One Armed Bandit (who lost his right arm in a construction accident that almost killed him at 20 years of age in 1973) then proceeded to herd 2 huge bison onto the back of the truck, up the ramp and onto the top of the trailer. Not only that, but he then rode his mule up the ramp and joined the bison on the platform! If I hadn’t seen it, I wouldn’t have believed it could be done!


I had never seen the Mounted Shooters of America in action but I was spellbound as a dozen shooters rode their horses in a timed program, shooting 10 balloon targets mounted on posts. At top speed, shooting single action .45 caliber firearms in the style of the late 1800’s, the riders shot the first 5 balloons in a random pattern. They then holstered their first revolver, turned around a barrel, grabbed another revolver and ran down a straight line to shoot the final 5 balloons, highlighting the speed of the horse and the rider’s shooting ability. The ammunition used in the exercise is black powder and the rounds are blanks with no projectile other than hot embers that travel 10 to 15 feet, making it safe for horse, rider and audience. Speed and accuracy are the name of this game and it certainly got my adrenaline pumping! On the Sunday of the show, we attended Cowboy Church at the arena - another new experience, I found the style to be somewhat out of my comfort zone but thoroughly inspirational. It was Palm Sunday and the speaker took the scripture from Jesus’ triumphal entry into Jerusalem on a donkey. He likened it to the “first rodeo” when he described how this unbroken donkey would be faced with a huge cheering crowd and a man dressed in white robes set upon his back! I got it! I must say the fundamental style of worship can be more dramatic than my conservative mainline blood is used to, but it just seemed to fit in the atmosphere of that Kentucky platform. It would not be like me to omit saying a word about the shopping experience at “Road to the Horse”! Can you imagine equestrian-themed equipment, tack, art, jewellery, clothing, travel, trailers, camping gear, gifts, DVD’s, boots and literature all under one roof and three days to shop between presentations in the arena??? I didn’t know where to start! I had already checked on the limits for importation upon our return across the border to Canada and coupled with Keith’s allowance, I knew I could go a little bit crazy! Needless to say, LoKey Ranch now has a few new items to hang on the wall, to wear and to add to our tack room. Keith discovered that all of the Four Sixes horses that were part of the clinics at the show were for sale at $6000 each. He started to say he wished he had brought our trailer,


but I had only to remind him that – “they are NOT gaited and they are certainly NOT Peruvians” and he returned to reality! Whew! A real bonus for Keith and me was having a chance to converse with friends at the show and to dine with two knowlegeable wine and food connoisseurs (Jack and Helmut) accompanied with great conversation and laughter. We drank in the beauty that is Kentucky …the fences, the rolling hills, the barns, the fields of beautiful horses, the bourbon and the inimitable American hospitality - all part of the experience. We appreciated the classy, refined demeanour of the clinicians at every stage of the competition. We were proud of the Canadian presence at the show and the worthy demonstrations of our Jim Anderson. It will go down as one of our highlights of 2015. Returning home to LoKey Ranch and seeing our beautiful Peruvians, Montana and Evidente waiting for us at the paddock fence reminded us how blessed we are in our life with horses! We are full of new ideas from the show to try with our animals. We will work on “making the right thing easy and the wrong thing difficult”! Rest assured, I will stop short of standing in the saddle! I don’t think my Montana would like that!

Classified FOR SALE: Variety of Peruvian magazines back to the 1970's. Includes "Peruvian Horse Magazine"; "Peruvian Horse Review". etc and also "Horse Care" from 2004 - 2009. Asking $1.00 an issue plus shipping. Call or Write: M. Bear, Box 220, Muskoday, SK S0J 3H0 or 306-763-9586


FOR SALE

UNFORTUNATELY MY MARE PASSED AWAY

I’m asking $1000.00 for the saddlecomplete with cinch, tail piece, retrancas, corona, Jerga, wooden stirrups and tapaderos.   . Contact: Etta Kovalsky Calgary ph.403-239-5689, cell: 403-510-8824 email:dekontheroad@me.com

AVO Peruvians FOR SALE AVO El Nino (stallion) 18 YEARS OLD EXCELLENT BLOOD LINES. Can be ridden although hasn’t been ridden in the past few years. Very well behaved when breeding. (not sure what to ask for him but Asking $5000. 5yr old Grey Gelding (Avo El Nino X AVO Dulce Maria) . He has had some professional training . He is very well gaited and will make an all around show and pleasure horse . Asking $5500 6yr old Grey Gelding He is ready for training Very well gaited . His Dam is AVO Denitia. Asking $3500 3yr old Chestnut Filly She is very flashy, has great gait and nice brio Asking. $5000. obo Two - 3 yr old Geldings Both are well gaited.A very tall one is a bay and the other is a grey Asking $2500. All offers will be looked at. Call or email for more information Contact: Vicki Orlowski: email: avoperuvians@gmail.com or phone 780-922-4094


Box 214, Armstrong BC V0E 1B0

info@phcbc.ca

PHCBC Board of Directors   

President          Vice President        Secretary/Treasurer      Don Noltner         Tracy Brown        Cathie Taggart  Salmon Arm, BC        Aldergrove, BC        Armstrong, BC       (250)835‐8472        (604)626‐0011        (250)546‐3704     hcperu@telus.net        tjjbrown@telus.net      ctaggart@telus.net                      Directors at Large  John McMillan     Rob Sjodin        Lynn Moker        Deb Cones                   Monika Lauterbacher  Armstrong, BC    Salmon Arm, BC    Red Deer, AB                   Chase, BC                   Winfield, BC  (250)546‐6621    (250)832‐1188        (403)343‐2814      (250)679‐2624               (250)212‐4014  jdhmcmillan@telus.net  4beat@telus.net     lmoker@xplornet.com   deb.cones@gmail.com   mlauterbacher@hotmail.com       A big Congratulations goes to MRA Candela/PHCBC 2014 Laureada Mare Breeding  Division, Wild West Classic. Proudly owned by  Suzanne Brown.   

Activities coming up this year:  Please join us for our annual Clinic to take place May 2 &3rd/2015. We have  THREE clinicians over the weekend to assist, with all riding techniques from dressage  to trail. We have something for everyone; please contact me, Cathie Taggart,  ctaggart@telus.net for more information/registration.  Stay tuned on our website www.phcbc.ca   for more information on a possible trail  riding clinic in Princeton, BC this fall.  The Interior Gaited Horse Show June 13 -14, 2015 Approved points for Peruvian Horses Contact John McMillan,email:jdhmcmillan@telus.net WILD WEST CLASSIC PHCA & PHCBC DOUBLE REGIONAL SHOW

July 10-12, 2015 Claresholm, Alberta Honourable Judge: PHCA, Edie Gandy Honourable Judge: PHCBC, Lucho Dapelo PHCBC Memberships are due January 1st 2015 Membership for 2015 will stay at $30.00 for full & $15.00 for Aficionado’s  Our new mailing address is Box 214 Armstrong, BC V0E1B0 Go to our website www.phcbc.ca for membership form and to read The Paso Llano PHCBC’S Newsletter


Unbridle Your Brilliance… Beginning in May, we invite you to join us on Fridays for a unique way to wind down the work week with an evening of pampering. While you groom and connect with the horses, they will pamper your soul with their very special brand of “pony love”. The evening includes time with the horses and insightful dialogue.

Photo by KPCS Photography Inc.

Visit our website to purchase individual tickets in advance for $25 or packages of five for $100. Use the tickets for yourself or your friends. What a great way to kick off your weekend!

Unbridle joy, passion, potential, excitement, enthusiasm, brilliance… The possibilities are endless, and the choices are yours to make. Horses can be some of the greatest supporters in our search for self-awareness and authenticity, and active partners in our exploratory process. Being with the horses at liberty in the round pen may help you experience: Awareness of your physical and emotional body to enable authenticity Establishing clear, open-hearted and mutually respectful personal boundaries Dealing with feelings of fear or grief and loss

No horse experience necessary My time with Jocelyn and her herd of horses was truly profound. Jocelyn’s firm, yet compassionate and encouraging manner and the beautiful space she held for the experience to unfold was perfect. Her experience and the close relationship she has with her horses helped to create a safe and loving space. This was a special experience and I look forward to future sessions with Jocelyn and her herd. – JK I learned so much from my experience with you, Colorado and my man Ricky! I’ve made many changes, taken numerous strides outside of my box and feel I am a better person for doing so. – CO Jocelyn is a certified life and executive coach, and is also certified in the Equine Gestalt Coaching Method ®. Contact by phone at (403) 601-2500 or visit the website at http://www.unbridled.ca. She is also the author of the forthcoming book, Unbridled – how I learned to release everything that doesn’t serve me – including cancer

Facilitating personal growth through experiencing the gentleness, beauty, majesty and wisdom of the horse.


www.CelestinaRanch.com

“Where the trail horses are show ready” Celestina translates to matchmaker, and that is our aim – to assist you in finding (or providing the training to develop) the horse of your dreams. Our commitment is to assist you in creating true partnership between you and your horse, and in defining and achieving your equine dreams. Jocelyn Hastie is the founder of Celestina Ranch. The first foal out of her breeding program, RJT Colorado Real++, was born in 1994. This team won many Championships until his retirement from the show ring in 2006. Partners for life, he now assists Jocelyn in an equine facilitated coaching and personal development Photo by Willie Johnson program (www.unbridled.ca).

Novices of all ages welcome! Call us to inquire about: Horses for sale. Stallion services for HdN Jalepeño – Canadian National Champion Pleasure Stallion and Performance Stallion. Try before you buy – innovative leasing programs on show or pleasure horses. Workshops and equine communication evenings.

Contact Jocelyn by phone at (403) 601-2500 or visit our website at http://www.celestinaranch.com


BDS Carmelita 2012 Bay Filly RDLF Aro de Luna/RJM Mi Lucia. Beautiful 3 year old filly, AV Sol de Paijan. Currently in bit training. Preparing for junior horse US$5,000.00

RJM Niña del Oro 2008 Chestnut Mare RDLF Don Alberto/RJM Victoria

Niña is in bit, ready for show or trail US$7,500

BDS Chubasco 2009 Liver Chestnut Gelding *Caporal/BDS Oro Pesa, flashy, ready for show or trail. US$8,000

BDS Comandante 2010 Chestnut Stallion *Caporal/BDS No Me Olvides 2014, 1st year of showing, Ch of Ch’s Breeding Stallion & Ch of Ch’s Performance Stallion. Overall winner for the intermediate rider. US$10,000.00

BDS Alegria 2007 Chestnut Mare RDLF Aro de Luna/ BDS No me Olvides, Exceptional show mare. Canadian National Ch of Ch’s Breeding mare and 2 x Cdn Nat best gaited horse of show. US$12,500 BDS Vencedora 2010 Chestnut Mare *Caporal/Luna Nova. Show stopping gait, quiet temperament, all around versatile show mare, royal bloodlines. Her dam is US National Laureada Breeding Mare, her Sire, US national champion Get of Sire. US$15,000.00

BDS Cacique BDS Bailadora 2010 Chestnut Stallion 2011 Chestnut Mare *Caporal/*Capilla, beautiful, HDN Coqueton x EA Balsamera arrogant 5 year old chestnut Currently in training, stallion. Finished in the bit. Superstar in waiting (will geld at our cost if desired) US$25,000.00 US$9,500

Owner: Ben & Dori Sawatzky Manager: Shannon & Cindy Zaitsoff Trainer: Rick Matheson Email: info@paradisehorses.com Phone: (250) 558-4743 Website: www.paradisehorses.com Vernon B.C !


CALENDAR OF EVENTS Goldrush Classic - Double Show Central Coast Peruvian Horse Club Rio Grande Peruvian Horse Club June 26 - 28, 2015 Rio Grande Judge: Honorable Francisco Marcucci Central Coast Judge: Honorable Renzo Crolle South Point Equestrian Center Las Vegas, NV www.goldrushclassic.com Contact: Barbara Windom barbara@LEAperuvianhorses.com Wildwest Classic - Double Show PHCBC Regional Championship Show Wild Rose Regional Show July 10 - 12, 2015 Judge: (PHCBC) Lucho Dapelo Judge: (PHCA) Edie Gandy Claresholm, AB Contact: Lynn Moker (403) 343 - 2814 lmoker@xplornet.com NPHC Regional Show August 7-9, 2015 Show Judge: Kelly Powers McMinnville, OR Contact: Dennis Brown 206-234-3914 snagisland@aol.com Canadian National Peruvian Show Aug 28 - 30, 2015 Judge: Jorge Bendezu Silver Slate Arena Facility Stavely, AB Contact: Rob Sjodin 4beat@telus.net US National Championship Show October 9 - 11, 2015 Witchita Falls, TX 3 Judge System - Andres Salinas - Amador Carrera - Francisco Marcucci Contact: Manny Brito (732) 939 - 4222 EBRITO6@verizon.net


We are immensely happy and honored..

.........that due to our intense work and dedication promoting the Peruvian culture, as well as, one of Peru’s national treasures - the Peruvian Paso Horse – in Ontario, Canada, we have been selected by the Federal Government, the Province of Ontario, the City of Toronto, corporate sponsors and the PanAmerican Games organizers to be part of the “Everyday Ambassadors Series” which will be shown repeatedly during the PanAmerican Games in Toronto from July 10th to the 26th, 2015. We truly consider this to be a golden opportunity to show, not hundreds but thousand of people, who will be coming to the PanAmerican Games in Toronto, the beauty and elegance of the Peruvian Paso horse. As the breed is nearly disappearing in Ontario, our participation in the “Everyday Ambassadors Series” will no doubt help spark, renew and revive prospective owners and new members of the PHAC’s interest in the Peruvian Paso horse. We are sincerely proud that due to our knowledge and dedication for the Peruvian Paso Horse we are able to continue expressing our undying love and gratitude for such a fantastic breed! Long live the Peruvian Paso Horse! Carlos & Carla Escudero contact: pasohorse@rogers.com


Horses For Sale Mares

Geldings RSTD Sucesor

P.T.

2007 Chestnut Gelding (Domingo Real RM x JWF Aleli) Sucesor is a U.S. National and Canadian National Luxury Gelding, as well as Laureado Regional Champion of Champions Luxury Gelding. Big and powerful with tons of presence and impeccable ground manners.

RSTD El Maestro

$5,500

2011 Chestnut Gelding (Espejo De Peru x TMR Coronita)

This big 4 year old chestnut is a luxury gelding prospect. He consistently gets better and better as he transitions from 4 reins to the bit. RSTD El Viajero

$4,000

This high energy bay mare was Canada's High Point Bozal Horse in 2011 before taking time off to be a mom. She has had 2 promising babies for Ringstead. She carries herself with elegance and she has a beautiful smooth gait with lift and termino. Gabriela would need an experienced rider.

RSTD Lindeza

$6,000

2009 Bay Mare (RSTD Volador x RSTD Fabula) Now in the bit, this dark bay filly has potential to shine in Pleasure/Performance or on the trail. She has a super smooth gait with good timing and did well at her first show last season. Lindeza is about to become a first time mom this spring, so she would not be available until after weaning time.

$5,000

2009 Chestnut Gelding (RDLF Don Alberto x RSTD Veranera)

Viajero would make someone a great companion. When it comes to grooming, tacking, bathing, feet, etc., he's a rock star! He has great potential in the show ring as a Performance or Pleasure Gelding and is super smooth!!

RSTD Exceptional

RSTD Gabriela

2007 Bay Mare (Espejo De Peru x RSTD Fabula)

RSTD Abril

$2,500

2011 Chestnut Mare (Espejo De Peru x Encima) This filly is super friendly, always the first one to come and greet you. She loves attention and is easy to catch. She made the transition from bozal into bit easily and responds to leg commands like a pro. She is cautious with new things but just needs a second look before moving past it.

$6,000

2011 Chestnut Gelding (*ERM Espontaneo x JRU Sabrina) This son of ERM Espontaneo and full brother to Canadian National Breeding Stallion RSTD Gustavio, is a gem. He has an "exceptional" personality, is very willing and easy going and is going to make a wonderful performance/ and rail gelding that anyone can ride.

Ringstead Ranch For more info and videos please visit our website

@ www.ringsteadranch.com

RR1 Cayley, Alberta T0L 0P0

Owners: Rick and Deb Cones Training by: Pedro Cantaro & Emma Thurn Email: deb.cones@gmail.com Phone: (403) 860-9763 (403) 540-4841

6027 VLA RD Chase, BC V0E 1M0


Crescent Moon Ranch Visit Our New Website at www.Supergait.com Horses, Training, Tack & Tours Training for lightness and balance by Maestro Oscar Vasquez S.

CM Laberinto

(CM Inca Roca x *JRM Demanda)

1st Stallions Gait

Trained by Oscar Vasquez Owned and shown by Dale Downey

CM Dulcinea

CM Real

(CM Inca Roca x Luna Nevada CM) Trained and shown by Oscar Vasquez

(CM Innovación x CM Fiesta de Canada)

1st Mares Gait

Trained and shown by Oscar Vasquez

Special horses may be available — including a stallion — to the right home. We strive for a great match between horse and rider. Call us or email for more information. Dale Downey and Mimi Busk-Downey

Crescent Moon Ranch PO Box 449 Acme, Alberta T0M 0A0 Email: soberano31@gmail.com Phone (403) 546-4331

Website: www. Supergait.com

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Newsletter of The Peruvian Horse Association of Canada.

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