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Volume 23 Issue 1 March 2014

Paca Paca Graduated From PHAC Junior Programme

Annie Rosia

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My junior career taught me about time management, friendly competition, and most importantly………!

! No Longer a Junior - see article inside

IN THIS ISSUE How are we Doing? Rule Change Submission Form Not Longer a Junior High Points PHAC Class Procedures Canada Makes Its Mark PHAC Guide to Maneuvers Wine Tour on Horseback


PHAC Jr. Clinic May 17-18 Clinician: Cricket Donahue Ringstead Ranch, Chase, B.C Contact: Deb Cones

deb.cones@gmail.com

Goldrush Classic - Double Show Central Coast Peruvian Horse Club Rio Grande Peruvian Horse Club June 27-29, 2014 Rio Grande Judge: Roques Benavides Central Coast Judge: Chris Austin 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 11 - 13, 2014 Judge: (PHCBC) Ernesto Sandigo Judge: (PHCA) Bill Clattenburg Claresholm, AB Contact: Lynn Moker (403) 343 - 2814 lmoker@xplornet.com

NPHC Regional Show August 15-17, 2014 Show Judge: Mariano Cabrera McMinnville, OR Contact: Dennis Brown 206-234-3914 snagisland@aol.com

Canadian National Peruvian Show Aug 30 - Sep 1 (Sat - Mon) Judge: Chris Austin Chiliwack, B.C Contact: Rob Sjodin 4beat@telus.net

US National Championship Show October 10-12, 2014 Tunica, MS Judge: Enrique Risso Patron, Kelly Powers Contact: Manny Brito (732) 939 - 4222 EBRITO6@verizon.net


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In Memory

Joe McRae: A true Aficionado Joe MacRae passed away January 23, 2014 at the age of 73. He is lovingly remembered by his original 1961 wife Jan, son Steven, daughters Tracy and Sharlyn, grandchildren Seth and Jacqueline, sisters Muriel and Bonnie, nieces, nephews and a wealth of friends, some of whom became honorary family. He was predeceased by brothers Rod, Frank and Bill. Joe was born in Vancouver on May 28, 1940, the son of Roderick and Muriel MacRae. Roderick was posted overseas ten days before Joe's birth; they didn't meet until 1945. During his early years Joe developed a special relationship with his grandfather, Joseph Golledge. Ever the curious adventurer, Joe left school early to seek a broader education on his own terms. He worked in the peat bogs, set type for a printing press, joined the navy at seventeen and travelled throughout the Asia Pacific region for the next ten years. He also sailed on the weather ships (presatellite era), worked as a scuba and deep sea diver, a welder (HMC Dockyard), and was a self-employed tile setter for many years - a trade which blended his artistic and practical skills. In his "spare" time he was an avid reader, a music lover, and built guitars and sailboats. In 1981 Joe discovered Peruvian Paso horses which became his passion and initiated lasting friendships in Canada, U.S.A. and Peru. When his mare won a Championship in September 2013, he said his bucket list was complete. He often said he had no regrets. While Joe and Jan have enjoyed their faraway travels, they've also had much fun in their own backyard. Joe's warm hugs, enthusiasm, wicked grin and sense of humour will be missed by many. Lymphoma claimed his physical self, but never his spirit.


Letter from the PHAC President

How are we doing? !

Your interest in this magazine and this article indicates to me that you have an interest in the Peruvian Horse, the PHAC and most likely you are a PHAC member. The question “how are we doing?” as a group of breeders, aficionados, and exhibitors may be of interest to you as well.

! When looking at this question we need to analyze it from at least 3 perspectives; ! !

1. How are we doing financially? 2. How are we doing in our quest to improve quality? 3. How are our membership numbers trending?

The financial question is easy to answer. As you can read elsewhere in the magazine, the PHAC is financially stable with marginal strengthening every year. The Board of Directors is exercising strong fiscal responsibility, and our Executive Treasurer, Lynn Moker is doing a great job reporting our financial affairs regularly, accurately and in a timely fashion. Lynn’s attention to detail, accuracy and timely reporting is very much appreciated by your Board.

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How are we doing on the quality front? Most breeders in most breeds will tell you that they are driven to improve the quality of their animals, and will employ strategic breeding principles to achieve that goal. Whether it is in your business or your hobby the Japanese have a singular term to describe this activity; Kaizen. While difficult to translate directly, the word Kaizen is constructed from two ideographs; the first represents change, and the second, goodness; changing for good. It is commonly used to describe the continuing improvement process (or effort), or the unending pursuit of perfection. While we do not have precise tools to measure our horses’ quality compared to that of 5, 10 or 20 years ago, the opinion of experts in the breed from Canada, from the United States, and from around the world, indicates that the breeders in Canada have made significant progress in the improvement of the quality of the Peruvian Paso in Canada in the last decade. Perhaps the strongest evidence of this are the placings of Canadian bred horses, by breeders large and small at large U.S shows, including the last U.S Nationals.

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The largest challenge our Association faces is on the quantitative front. Over the years, our PHAC membership has declined; our breeders have declined, our breeding activity has declined, and the number of horses sold has declined. In the year 2000, we had 195 PHAC members. Today we have 116. In 1999 we had 140 new registrations, in 2013 we had 49. In 1998, our members sold 174 horses compared to 52 in 2013.

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Similar statistics are experienced by most other equine breeds, and in many cases much worse, but still, this is concerning to those of us who love and care


for the breed. As concerning as these statistics are, the good news, as you can see from the 5-year chart below, is the decline is stabilizing.

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Year

Registrations

Transfers

PHAC Members

2009

54

60

134

2010

36

75

130

2011

51

55

127

2012

42

50

121

2013

49

52

116

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The big question is, now that the numbers are stabilizing, how do we begin to grow our numbers again and reverse this trend? We can ignore them and hope for improvement, but historically that does not solve the problems. Problems in business or in life tend not to solve themselves. Solutions are found as a direct result of a deliberate, strategic plan, followed by determined execution.

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If you analyze the numbers published for the CLRC for the past 15 years you will see that the number of registrations and the number of transfers directly correlate with the number of members in the PHAC. In other words, the higher the membership, the higher the sales, and the higher sales, the number of breedings. Our numbers peaked in 1999-2000; we had 198 members who bred 140 horses and sold 172 horses. Over the past 5 years, you can see above, the number of sales are roughly equal to the number of new registrations. Today we have 116 members we breed about 50 horses a year, and we sell about 50 horses a year. The correlation between members, breedings and sales has been more or less consistent for as long as we have records. The one clear statistic, the higher the membership, the higher the transfers, the higher the annual breedings and foals.

! How can we grow our membership? !

Personally, my action plan is to sign up 1 new member each year. This is a practice I have been successful at for several years now. As President of the PHAC, my corporate responsibility is to encourage each of you and to ask that each of you would do like wise. If we could find a way to achieve that, our membership would quickly grow to over 200 and we would have a need to breed and sell 150 horses per year. It seems like a lofty goal, but with one small step by each member, we could achieve that in a short time.

! Kind regards, !

Ben Sawatzky President


“Working with Your Horse” Junior Clinic With

CRICKET DONOHO

May 17 & 18, 2014 Ringstead Ranch Ltd. -- Chase, BC Cricket Donoho, Peruvian Paso owner and carded judge will be this year’s clinician. Cricket

was the clinician at the 2008 Junior Showmanship clinic which took place at Paradise Ranch in Vernon and is back by popular demand! She is very much looking forward to coming back to the British Columbia interior. Teaching juniors is her passion and she is very good at it!! Don’t miss out!

This two day clinic is FREE to all juniors

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Welcome Pizza Party on Friday night BBQ and Ice Cream Sundae Building Contest on Saturday night

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All meals and accommodations are provided FREE of charge Overnight Supervision provided Stalls / Pens available Inside and outside riding arenas Awards & Prizes

Registration forms, directions to the ranch and all other clinic information is currently available on the Peruvian Horse Association of Canada’s website at www.phac.ca or you may also contact Deb Cones at deb.cones@gmail.com or by phone-860-9763.


No Longer a Junior people I have looked up to. This could be judges that I have competed under and now got the opportunity to compete against or junior clinic clinicians of whom I hung off every word and now got to speak to on an equal playing field.

I have lived my entire life up to this point surrounded by horses whether that be through pleasure riding out in the mountains, preparing my horses for the show ring, showing, or my new endeavor of raising my now 2 and a half year old filly. This journey has shaped me in many ways and has given me the confidence to express my passions. I remember being the little girl running around the barn wearing those impossible to find child-size white pants and my little hat ready to jump on my horse and have Tanner Rosia lead me around the ring. I have to say, I knew how to win over the crowd (from what I remember!!). The feeling of excitement that I felt those days carried forward with every show that I competed in whether it was big or small and I can attribute the nurturing of that excitement to the junior program. The junior program enabled me to make new friends and make connections with people that I will always cherish and has allowed me to travel to places with my horse that I never thought possible. Being sponsored through the junior program (sponsored by Paradise and Ringstead Ranches) to represent Canada in the US Nationals was one of the biggest thrills of my junior career and it also gave me a lot of pride to represent my country against all the

With this being said, as a junior there was no greater feeling than going into an arena with all your peers and riding out of the ring with my first place ribbon against all the people who you had looked up to for many years. This is even greater on an international scale. The success that I have attained throughout my junior career I can only attribute to the people I have met and those who have dedicated their time to my development. Grant McKinney, my parents, my aunt and uncle and many many other people have trained me and allowed me to prosper in my passions. My junior career taught me about time management, friendly competition, and most importantly about the unbreakable connections that can be made between people who share a common interest. I will never forget my experiences as a junior because I truly believe that it is one of the best assets that the children of the Peruvian Paso breed have. The youth going through the junior program are going to be future promoters of the breed and with the outstanding junior program that has been created we are enabling our youth to make this breed more successful than ever. The junior program has given me opportunities that I never thought were possible and allowed me to make connections with others that I will always cherish. Remarkably, if you talk to any other junior, past or present, they will say the same. Annie Rosia


P. H. A. C. 2013 HIGH POINT AWARDS HIGH POINT JR. MARE CM DULCINEA Runner-Up Jr. Mare RSTD Cristal

52.5 15

Crescent Moon Ranch Ringstead Ranch

HIGH POINT JR. STALLION CM REAL Runner-Up Jr. Stallion BDS Commandante

33.75

Crescent Moon Ranch

22.5

Paradise Ranch

67.5

Ringstead Ranch

BEST BOZAL HORSE RSTD FORTUNADO Runner-Up Bozal Horse BDS Cadencia

60

Chantelle Sawatzky

HIGH POINT PLEASURE GELDING BDS CAPITOLIO Runner-Up Pleasure Gelding BDS Alamo

607.5

Sarah & Samantha Zaitsoff

80

New Horizon Peruvians

420

Catherine Taggart

225

Paradise Ranch

340

John & Gail Rodgers

150

Salida Del Sol Peruvians

HIGH POINT PLEASURE MARE OLOROSA IJB+ Runner-Up Pleasure Mare BDS Sabrosa++

HIGH POINT PLEASURE STALLION BDS ORGULLO DEL PERU Runner-Up Pleasure Stallion SDS Supremo

HIGH POINT PERFORMANCE GELDING RSTD LUCERO+ Runner-Up Performance Gelding BDS Capitolio

290

Ringstead Ranch

235

Sarah & Samantha Zaitsoff

285

Catherine Taggart

195

Ringstead Ranch

HIGH POINT PERFORMANCE MARE OLOROSA IJB+ Runner-Up Performance Mare RSTD Andina

HIGH POINT PERFORMANCE STALLION SDS SUPREMO Runner-Up Performance Stallion BDS Orgullo del Peru

320

Salida Del Sol Peruvians

82.5

John & Gail Rodgers


HIGH POINT LUXURY GELDING *PRESBITERO DE BDS+ Runner-Up Luxury Gelding BDS Caminente HIGH POINT BREEDING MARE BDS DONA DORI Runner-Up Breeding Mare BDS Sabrosa++

225

Alexandra & Tatyana Penalva

187.5

Paradise Ranch

545

Paradise Ranch

232.5

Paradise Ranch

HIGH POINT BREEDING STALLION RSTD GUSTAVIO Runner-Up Breeding Stallion HdN Jalapeno

645

Ringstead Ranch

110

Celestina Ranch

277.5

Ringstead Ranch

BEST GAITED HORSE RSTD GUSTAVIO Runner-Up Gaited Horse BDS Alegria

270

Paradise Ranch

HIGH POINT NOVICE

John McMillan Jenee Demers

Runner-Up Novice

HIGH POINT JUNIOR 12 & UNDER

Rebecca Picket Diego Vasquez Samantha Zaitsoff Chelsea Bushey

Runner-Up Junior 12 & Under

HIGH POINT JUNIOR 13 & OVER Runner-Up Junior 13 & Over

BREEDER OF THE YEAR Runner-Up Breeder

4358.75 2360

Ben & Dori Sawatzky Rick & Deb Cones

LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENTS PREMIO DE ORO (2000+ Lifetime Points) BDS SABROSA++ (Laureada)

Paradise Ranch

Ben & Chantelle Sawatzky with BDS Sabrosa


PHAC NOVICE POINTS STANDINGS NAME

Totals 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006

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

28 39 49 4 10 104 26 7 16 101 4 9 1 12 30 5 15 16 60 5 94 21

Jessica Thiessen

26 11 0

0 26 0

0 0 43

0 0 0

0 0 0

0 0 0

0 2 0

0 0 0 0 0 50 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 45 21

0 0 0 0 0 34 0 0 0 0 30 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 9 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 15 16 0 0 0 0

0 61 0 0 16 0 0 0 0 12 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

10 43 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 5 0 0 60 0 0 0

0 0 26 7 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 0 0

32

0

0

0

0

0

0

32

Jonathon Bridges

6

0

0

0

0

0

6

0

Jose Texidor

9

9

0

0

0

0

0

0

Joyce Brown

47

15

0

0

0

0

0

0

Juanita Omohundro

18

0

0

0

0

0

2

16

Juanita Rosia

54

42

12

0

0

0

0

0

Judy Ford Kathy Haynes Kirsten Kane

7 29 41

7 0 0

0 0 0

0 0 0

0 0 0

0 14 34

0 15 0

0 0 7

4

0

0

0

0

0

0

4

Lanie Long Laurie Hardingham

2 6 4

17

49

32

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

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

Marta Kecskes-Jarvie


Moni Thompson

27

Minika Lauterbacher

39

Patricia Groda Paul Goldman PJ Soles Renee Macchi Renee Wurtz Rhonda Neilson Robbin Klein Ron Moat Salome Ezyguirre Sandy Dory Susan Dutton Tammy Yacyshym Tanya McKee Tessa Todd Vicky Hildebrandt

0

15

0

0

12

0

0

17

0

0

17

0

0

0

0

34

0

0

0

0

17

0

17

31 3 31 21 16 19 57 4 19 12 31 108 52

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 77 0

31 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 28 0

0 0 0 21 0 0 0 0 0 12 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 16 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 9 0 19 0 0 0 52

0 0 31 0 0 0 4 4 0 0 31 0 0

0 3 0 0 0 19 27 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 65

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

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

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

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

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

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

39

17

3

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

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

69

32

Retired Novices John McMillan Sue Noltner

John achieved his goal to get 150 novice points before his ?? birthday,

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 2013 Over 150 end of 2011 Jr Points Jr Points Over 150 end of 2013


PERUVIAN HORSE ASSOCIATION OF CANADA CUMULATIVE LIFE TIME POINTS TO END OF 2013 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++ 1627 HDN COQUETON++ 1986 BDS SABROSA++ 1907 *CAPILLA++ 1220 RSTD VALENCIA++ 783 CONDESA MF++ 1726 RSTD LUCERO+ 1846 BDS AROMATICO++ 1563 MANO DERECHA IJB+ 1821 *CAPORAL++ 1852 RSTD ALELITA+ 603 BARON CHR++ 768 JWF ALELI+ 1667 RSTD ACUARIO++ 784 RJT COLORADO REAL++ 556 REMIEL CM+ 1735 CASADERO CM+ 1725 RSTD ENCANTADOR 2027 BDS CAPITOLIO 31 SOBERANO++ 1959 SDS SUPREMO 1732 ACS SABRINA 2224 *MRA CANDELA 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 1628 RDS LUNA NOVA 1624 ESPEJO DE PERU+ 336 SOBRESALIENTE+ 1868 CM INCA ROCA 1806 CM INNOVACION 353 SOBRANTE CM+ 1858 SRS CAMINANTE 2245 MLM MAGICO E.T. 1297 SRO TIEMPO 1279 RTP CASINO 1448 SRO FUTURO 765 *RYR LUISIANA+ 28 EL ALMIRANTE CRR 403 CIDINA 2226 RSTD GUSTAVIO 1362 ASTRO DEL NORTE PERR+ 262 VALOR DE AMIGO CHR+ 2031 BDS CAMINANTE 811 FIESTA DE CANADA CM 1585 PR CIMARRON 169 ROSADA DE AMIGO 1952 *AV ALMENDRA 2074 RSTD SUCESOR 1886 MCD SALERADO 1098 RSTD SOLTERITO 685 HDP DOMINADOR 2141 BDS DONA DORI 2080 BDS MIRAME 2075 RSTD TRUENO 1415 CASINITA SAD 2155 CBP INDEPENDENCIA 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 1841 BDS ARTISTICA 1603 RSTD VIDA DE PAIJAN 1848 BDS CAPELLAN

LIFETIME POINTS 4205.0 3657.5 3597.5 3560.0 3500.0 3075.0 2997.5 2652.5 2647.5 2642.5 2395.0 2370.0 2362.5 2332.5 2320.0 2307.5 2270.0 2215.0 2192.5 2192.5 2145.0 2125.0 2045.0 2030.0 1975.0 1852.5 1780.0 1712.5 1700.0 1650.0 1610.0 1580.0 1565.0 1555.0 1545.0 1450.0 1447.5 1369.0 1350.0 1335.0 1302.5 1207.5 1160.0 1140.0 1050.0 1050.0 1030.0 1025.0 1005.0 990.0 945.0 937.5 925.0 890.0 877.5 877.5 875.0 862.5 832.5 832.5 790.0 785.0 775.0 767.5 762.5 737.5 735.0 720.0 695.0 687.5 670.0 670.0 650.0 645.0 622.5 615.0 597.0 585.0 580.0

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

Annual Breed 225 7.5

Annual Gait 15 22.5

Annual Pleas

Annual Perf

420

285

232.5

225

15

7.5

27.5

290

30

75

150

12.5

75

30 607.5

235

150 100

320 10

45

37.5

340

82.5

75

270

15

62.5

645

277.5

187.5

50

187.5

30

545

110

32.5

7.5

15

22.5

42.5

7.5

7.5

Annual Bozal

Annual LIFETIME Total POINTS 0 4205.0 240 3417.5 735 2862.5 0 3560.0 0 3500.0 0 3075.0 0 2997.5 0 2652.5 0 2647.5 472.5 2170.0 0 2395.0 0 2370.0 0 2362.5 325 2007.5 0 2320.0 162.5 2145.0 0 2270.0 180 2035.0 0 2192.5 0 2192.5 0 2145.0 0 2125.0 0 2045.0 30 2000.0 0 1975.0 842.5 1010.0 0 1780.0 470 1242.5 110 1590.0 0 1650.0 505 1105.0 0 1580.0 0 1565.0 0 1555.0 0 1545.0 0 1450.0 422.5 1025.0 0 1369.0 0 1350.0 0 1335.0 0 1302.5 0 1207.5 0 1160.0 0 1140.0 0 1050.0 0 1050.0 0 1030.0 0 1025.0 0 1005.0 0 990.0 0 945.0 922.5 15.0 0 925.0 0 890.0 237.5 640.0 0 877.5 0 875.0 0 862.5 0 832.5 232.5 600.0 0 790.0 0 785.0 0 775.0 655 112.5 0 762.5 105 632.5 0 735 15 705.0 0 695.0 0 687.5 0 670.0 0 670.0 0 650.0 0 645.0 0 622.5 0 615.0 0 597.0 0 585.0 0 580.0


202 MISTRAL 40 LA CRISTINA CM 1061 *MSP CONDESTABLE 2152 RSTD ANDINA 2217 HDN JALAPENO 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 626 NEVADA DEL NORTE 1856 RSTD VOLADOR 70 DON CURIOSO 1151 RSTD SABRINA 1871 LORETA DEL OESTE RJ 219 REY DEL VALLLE 1341 RSTD LUCIANO 1728 RSTD SANTANA 39 EL SIMBOLO CM 1540 RJT CELESTINA 2024 HDN LUNARIA 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 2216 CBP JAZMIN 675 AFRODITA LTM 72 SOBRESALTO 123 RIQUEZAS PERFECTAS 961 SRO NEVADA 2166 PCS BERGANTIN 2199 BDS VALIENTE 505 ALBA NEGRA CHR 1548 CBP SERAFINA S71905 *SU SENORIA 112 CAPRICHOSA 9 NINA DEL ORO CHR G812212AVIADOR 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 1063 PRIMERO NATO 2016 RSTD LOURDES 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

580.0 560.0 550.0 533.7 527.5 525.0 520.0 512.5 510.0 510.0 505.0 500.0 490.0 485.0 480.0 475.0 460.0 455.0 452.5 450.0 450.0 450.0 445.0 440.0 437.5 435.0 420.0 420.0 420.0 415.0 410.0 405.0 405.0 402.5 395.0 395.0 390.0 390.0 375.0 367.5 365.0 362.5 360.0 360.0 360.0 352.5 350.0 350.0 350.0 345.0 340.0 335.0 330.0 330.0 325.0 325.0 325.0 325.0 325.0 322.5 320.0 320.0 315.0 305.0 305.0 300.0 300.0 300.0 300.0 295.0 292.5 292.5 285.0 285.0 285.0 280.0 277.5 277.5 275.0 270.0 270.0 270.0 270.0

HENDRICKS, JAMIE HOLOBOFF, BILL 121827 CANADA INC. THURN, EMMA HASTIE, JOCELYN DANSEY/CANTARO RANCHO SERRANO PARADISE PERUVIANS BROWN S/ROSIA A KEENAN, HILDA MOHRDAR, DR. ARASH RICHARDS, LISA BARRAZA/KIESOW HAISFIELD, AUDREY SILVER CLOUD RINGSTEAD RANCH BROWN, F & J FEES, S&B SJODIN, ROB & JANICE NOLTNER, H&M RAPHEL, B & B HAGARTY, DEB DOWNEY, D/M HASTIE, JOCELYN MACRAE, J & J KIPNIS/DITUNNO BANASKY, ANNE CURRY, JODI RYSE-SCOCCA, VICKI ORLOWSKI, VICKI MANN, WANDA ZAITSOFF, S & S LARSEN, LANA BURDEGA, DAVE VLISMAS, D JENNY, H & A SILVER CLOUD SORENSEN, J & V CANTARO, P & E PARADISE PERUVIANS SILVER CLOUD BURDEGA, DAVE BUSK-DOWNEY, MIMI HIGGINS, JOHN HENDRICKS, MARTIN MACLEOD, RORY 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 PRESTON, P & J RINGSTEAD RANCH 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

MF CM SANCHEZ RSTD 150 HDN 110 HDN RJM SRO EGR BH SDR CM TMR MF CHR RSTD NFR RSTD RJ HCP RSTD RSTD CM RJT HDN 90 TMR FOX, M HDP RJ AVO RSTD JNE CM CBP 7.5 MORGEN CHR CHR SRO PCS BDS 157.5 CHR CBP H. PUCALA CHR CHR DELOZIER JRM CM RSTD TMR KEHOE RTP PPP DELSOLAR AVO BURDEGA IJB MF GGPR PPH SR PJP RJM HARGROVE RSTD 45 PPH CM MSR GBM TRC 3TS WFP HACIENDA SAN JAVIER PD VR CM BDS BDS LRCR AUSTAD EDWARDS CHR LUND

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1307 562 895 762 829 1926 2022 1646 1774 129 1734 686 111 155 280 99 881 1231 958 405 73 386 689 1237 1639 1809 542 341 720 1795 1631 22 777 687 737 2198 223 555 2029 798 1349 195 588 1154 1814 660 402 393 770 87 348 196 2033 579 1017 1069 1666 1042 2225 547 2093 2255 676 707 34 322 1601 1595 166 1815 644 8 1289 1052 1030 256 830 1961 1954 33 571 1888 340

TORONADO MF LA PERFECTA SALIDA RSTD SALIDA DEL SOL EXCEPCIONAL MENSAJERO DE PAIJAN BDS ARISTOCRATA CM NACIONAL CBP SALOME JD AMOR SECRETO SENORITA SALEROSA EVIDENTE CM *JJBN VICARIO PILSEN PPP REVESADO PPP AMA EL DUQUESA HC ANTEPASADO DEL REY HC HEROE PJP DIAMANTE DEL NORTE ENSENADO DEL OESTRE RJ LA GITANA PTP LA PRINCESA DE COMETA RICOHOMBRE LW PR DIVINA GAMBITO DEL DESTE RJ JOYA DE ROSADA SC LOGAR CPDN QUE TAL JOVEN CPDN QUERENCIA SOBERANA DE LUNA CM SRS DON DIAZ SRS LATINA TORERO *NVG GLORIOSO *JJBN MONARQUIA *JJBN TACUBO BDS CADENCIA ULTIMA CHR ARISCO CM BDS CAPRICHOSA DESTELLO CHR RSTD MILAGRO SOL NACIENTE LVP VERDADERO RSTD DINASTIA TMR CHINA CARISMA CM CAMELIA RVP NORTENO TESOSO SCP REC NADIA RECARAMELO RIO CAPITAN SU JACINTO CSZ SHAKIRA AMOR PURO PCR MARGARITA WFP EL JOVEN PERU MARTINA MH RSTD EMBAJADOR DEL NORTE VRR EVITA *MOH SOLO EL BDS ALAMO CARINA DE TOPAZITA DPP CASCADA DONOSURA DE AMIGA IJB 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 HEREDERA CHR ARANUELA CM

270.0 265.0 265.0 260.0 260.0 257.5 257.5 255.0 255.0 255.0 250.0 245.0 245.0 245.0 240.0 235.0 235.0 235.0 230.0 225.0 225.0 225.0 222.5 220.0 220.0 220.0 220.0 220.0 220.0 220.0 220.0 220.0 215.0 210.0 210.0 210.0 210.0 205.0 205.0 205.0 205.0 205.0 200.0 200.0 200.0 197.5 195.0 195.0 195.0 195.0 195.0 195.0 192.5 190.0 190.0 187.5 185.0 185.0 185.0 180.0 180.0 180.0 180.0 180.0 180.0 175.0 175.0 172.5 170.0 170.0 165.0 165.0 165.0 165.0 165.0 165.0 162.5 160.0 160.0 160.0 160.0 155.0 150.0

LOYD, G&L MF HASTIE, JOCELYN AAG RAN SLOBODA, ERVIN RSTD SLOBODA, ERVIN NOBLE RINGSTEAD RANCH LEGETI CHRISTIE, A & MUNRO, J BDS ALEXANDER, JAMES CM BURDEGA, DAVE CBP YOUELL, LORILL JD NEGRETE, JUAN CM WORDEN, K & L CM PARADISE PERUVIANS CASTRO MORRISON, L KS DUFRESNE, K & P PPP CHAMBERLAIN, M HCP BEVAN, MARGARET HCP TRIPLE L JUANEZ DOWNEY, D & M PJP SJODIN, JANICE RJ SEVERSON, A & A PTP RICHARDSON, KEITH EDWARDS PRESTON, P & J LW DANKS, GAIL MERO MAHIEUX-BONE, A RJ SILVER CLOUD SC THOMPSON, M & J CPDN RICHARDSON, K & B CPDN NOLTNER, H&M NOLTNER DOWNEY, DALE CM MEDLICOTT, DORIS SRS MUNRO, JUDY SRS KNIEVEL, DEBBIE KS VILLAFUERTE VILLAFUERTE RINGSTEAD RANCH BORJA RINGSTEAD RANCH BORJA SAWATZKY, CHANTELLE BDS RICHARDSON/BURTON CHR FENN, JAMES CM BUSHEY, CHELSEA BDS 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 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 COOMBS, B & E POSO CR WOODWYNDE FARM WFP SHERIDAN, KIMBERLY MH TOMLINSON, G & J RSTD ROSIA, SHERRI & WAYNE VRR SUI, JUAN & DEBBIE HEIN ROSIA, SHERRI & WAYNE BDS ELDRIDGE, K & R DPP GERLOFF/ENGLERT FREEMAN KOOPMANS, CATHERINE IJB 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 ROSIA, ANNIE CHR WALKER, BARBARA CM

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270.0 265.0 265.0 260.0 260.0 257.5 257.5 255.0 255.0 255.0 250.0 245.0 245.0 245.0 240.0 235.0 235.0 235.0 230.0 225.0 225.0 225.0 222.5 220.0 220.0 220.0 115.0 220.0 220.0 220.0 220.0 220.0 215.0 210.0 210.0 112.5 210.0 205.0 170.0 205.0 205.0 205.0 200.0 200.0 200.0 197.5 195.0 195.0 195.0 195.0 195.0 195.0 117.5 190.0 190.0 187.5 185.0 185.0 30.0 180.0 0.0 180 180 180.0 180.0 175.0 175.0 172.5 170.0 170.0 165 165.0 165.0 145.0 165.0 165.0 162.5 55.0 100.0 160.0 160.0 155.0 150.0


2006 1769 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 2252 96 1801 502 97 2060 2215 469 1513 2210 1001 127 287 1524 1966 2197 53 1865 2304 1369 480 1768 1709 291 81 1980 2037 1948 1082 1625 855 1214 2106 2232 702 567 1660 240 102 79 1476 63 1605 355 1517 2115 2188 893 854

BR RISA RSTD CABRIOLA 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 DULCINEA CANDENTE KS GRAN SENOR PPP SENOR SIMPATICO SD VENECIA SDS CBP CAZADOR CBP SOBERANA HCS RIZADO RE ALEGRE INCA NOCHE SR *EA BALSAMERA CARAMELO CCP MONARQUIA HC SELECTA PD INDELIZO DEL OESTE BAB TORBELLINO BDS CHUBASCO LINDO MUCHACHO VR NEBLINA GISELA DJJR WFP ASTRAL MILAGRO DE DELICIA SCR RSTD EL CANADIENSE SRS ZENATO FERNANDO SRP PROFETISA RSTD CONSTANTINA REAL *JRM ILUSION AVO LINDURA CRISTALINA TRC HDN MASCARA PJP ALOMAR RSTD BOTON DE ORO SRS SOL NACIENTE BDS LA BUSCADORA CHICOTE DEL OESTRE RJ LRCR SENORITA FUEGO MILENIA CM RA KAHLUA REALEZA REGIO NEGRO RSTD FABULA VIADA PD RSTD CAPRICHOSO ANGEL SOFIA LOREN TRC RJM MAXIMO RSTD ALLESANDRA *JJBN MORELEJA BARCELONA SV

150.0 150.0 145.0 145.0 142.5 142.5 140.0 140.0 140.0 140.0 140.0 140.0 140.0 140.0 140.0 135.0 135.0 130.0 130.0 130.0 125.0 125.0 125.0 125.0 125.0 125.0 120.0 120.0 120.0 120.0 120.0 120.0 120.0 120.0 117.5 115.0 115.0 115.0 115.0 112.5 112.5 112.5 112.5 110.0 110.0 110.0 110.0 107.5 105.0 105.0 105.0 105.0 102.5 102.5 100.0 100.0 100.0 97.5 97.5 97.5 95.0 95.0 95.0 95.0 95.0 95.0 95.0 93.8 90.0 90.0 90.0 90.0 90.0 90.0 90.0 90.0 87.5 85.0 85.0 83.7 82.5 80.0 80.0

MOONEY, JO-ANNE RINGSTEAD RANCH SERRANO RANCH ULAN, JANET SPRUCE COULEE MOAT, R & L SIMPSON, KOLLEEN TRAYLOR, JOHN RAD, ANNE BARNEY, BILL RINGSTEAD RANCH KEENAN, HILDA & KEN CURRY, JODI LINTON, FAYE SPANISH OAK FARMS CALVER, T & D BAYNTON, SYLVIA BROWN S/ROSIA W MALMBERG, FIONA NOLAN, D & G INGRAM, DON KOSLOWSKI, JULENE POLLOCK, EDETTA THIESSEN, STEPHANIE RINGSTEAD RANCH BAYNTON, SYLVIA SILVER CLOUD HASTIE, JOCELYN KNIGHT, DOLORES TRIPLE L PERUVIANS FENTON, JILL HASTIE, JOCELYN RICHARDSON, K & B ZAITSOFF, S & S DOWNEY, M & D TRIPLE K STABLES MOAT, R & L HUBER, LESLIE & GLEN FISK, SHARON BURDEGA, DAVE BURDEGA, DAVE CLIFFORD, LILLIAN ANDERSON, CHERYL DESROCHERS, MARNY GALE, CAROLYN RICHARDSON, K/B/B SLOBODA, ERVIN SJODIN, ROB & JANICE BASSETT, BETTY PARADISE PERUVIANS CLELAND, ROBERT BROWN, SUZANNE DEMERS, S & J STENSRUD, J & W DUFRESNE, K & P RINGSTEAD RANCH NOLTNER, DON CAUDRON, C & J SPRUCE COULEE RINGSTEAD RANCH ROSIA, SHERRI & WAYNE ORLOWSKI, VICKI CONWAY, LINDSAY LOYD, G&L HUMPHRIES, TOM JONES, BILL SHERIDAN, KIMBERLY PARADISE PERUVIANS 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 TAGGART. CATHERINE BROWN, SUZANNE STEEVES, LESA

BR RSTD DELSOLAR CM CHR KS SANCHEZ BDS NFR RSTD RSTD HKK SRO CM VR OWNES/N AUSTAD AECH AVO LVP CM HFJ LEA PJP RSTD CPDN AGROPEC CLST SCHLICT GMG TRC LEONHARD CDPN SDR CM KS PPP SD MOKER CBP CBP HAEBERL KIRSCHBAUM EA CCP HCP PD DEL OESTE BAB BDS SCANLAN VR DJJR WFP VOISS RSTD SRS DFP CHR RSTD JRM AVO CALVER HDN PJP RSTD SRS BDS RJ LRCR CM RA SOLANA MOKER RSTD PD RSTD BENSON TRC RJM RSTD BORJA SV

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1808 BKA INTOCABLE 810 CANELA PD 2105 CM INNOCENCIA 2218 HDN NINO REY 910 REGALO DE DIOS JF 1824 RJM LI LUCIA 2151 RJM NINA DEL ORO 1851 RSTD VALEROSO 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 1472 SRO LIBERTAD 1737 SRS SAGRADO EL HIJO 4 VOLCAN 2250 CBP TABRON 2171 CM LA JOYA 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 2235 BDS COMMANDANTE 356 CADENCIA 2227 RSTD FORTUNADO 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 2148 CM LABERINTO 1960 *AV DIPLOMATICA I 1835 *BDS DISTINGUIDO 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

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MINTERT, F & Z ANDERSON, LAWRENCE DOWNEY, M & D HASTIE, JOCELYN KENT, P & S THOM, JEAN MATHESON, R & B LAUTERBACHER, MONIKA 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 SAWATZKY, R & M PARSONS, J & S RICHARDSON, KEITH BURDEGA, DAVE DOWNEY, M & D NORDSTROM, J SLOBODA, ERVIN MCKINNEY, GRANT 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 PARADISE PERUVIANS ROBERTS, VALMA RINGSTEAD RANCH 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 DOWNEY, M & D ROSIA, SHERRI & WAYNE MCKINNEY, GRANT 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

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PARKER, W & C RAMIREZ, J & C HENDERSON, V & N RYSE, MARY SJODIN, ROB & JANICE DEMERS, ELLA SCHIBLI, SHIRLEY MCGEE, MARTHA RINGSTEAD RANCH JOHNSON, KAREN HAMILTON, P & W FAGUE, C & D NOLTNER, H & M RINGSTEAD RANCH BURDEGA, DAVE MOKER, E&L STEEL GAITS RANCH HALL, K SANDIGO, JUAN BOSCO ELDRIDGE, K & R NOLTNER, H&M THIESSEN, STEPHANIE NEILSON, HEATHER DENNISON, MARYAN 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 RINGSTEAD RANCH RANCHO SERRANO HRBINIC, SERGE CHARBONNEAU, JUNE HEMMAWAY, D & M HAMMON, DINITY SANTINI, GARY PARADISE PERUVIANS BREEN, G & E JACOBSEN, M & W MARK/SCOTT 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 RINGSTEAD RANCH BREAKERSGATE WALKER, A & M LOWE, LYN STRONG, MITZI SPRUCE COULEE SEVERSON, A & A SCHIBLI, SHIRLEY BENNETT, IRIS

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Photo by Sue Noltner Rick Cones collecting his Premio de Oro awards for RSTD Lucero & RSTD Alelita

Cathie Taggert with Olorosa IJB

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Unbridle Your Brilliance… Unbridle your joy, passion, potential, excitement, enthusiasm, brilliance… The possibilities are endless, and the choices are yours to make. Horses can be some of our very closest friends and our allies in our search for selfawareness and authenticity.

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Facilitating personal growth through experiencing the gentleness, beauty, majesty and wisdom of the horse. No horse experience necessary Horses can be an active partner in your exploratory process. Most of the work with the horses is done at liberty in the round pen. Horses can 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 Clients have said, 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. Your workshop opened my eyes and presented me with an outlook that has improved my life. My relationships with those important to me have changed and have so much more meaning and love.– you and your team will do well in mentoring others to reach for the sky and make the best of life. - CO My session with Jocelyn was magical. I thought I was going to talk about something completely different when I sat down with her. Through her honest, insightful questions we were quickly on a topic much different and important that was hidden under my surface chatter. Her quiet strength made me trust her and the horse she partnered with making me feel safe and supported the whole time. It is hard to describe how you just know that no matter what you are not being judged and you will not be let down. That kind of support isn’t always so easily found in life. I can’t wait to be with her again. It won’t be soon enough! - JC 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


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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. Partners for life, he now assists Jocelyn in an equine facilitated coaching and personal development program (www.unbridled.ca).

Novices of all ages welcome! We are delighted to welcome Alex Montalvo back for the 2014 training season. Alex's gentle and patient methods help to bring out the best in your Peruvian Horse and increase your enjoyment of the equine experience.

Call us to inquire about: •

Horses for sale.

Stallion services.

Training and lessons by Alex Montalvo.

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


ONTARIO PERUVIAN HORSE ASSOCIATION - 2014 agenda: Latin Dance – Fundraiser – APRIL 12 – professional dance instructors will teach us the “Merengue” and guide us through other Latin dances. Lindsay “All about Horses” – May 24-25 – Demonstration – to be confirmed Summer Sizzler Show – June 14-15 – our 3rd annual pointed show - at a new venue in Burlington called the Iron Horse Equestrian Centre. Last year we welcomed some of our American friends who competed with their beautiful Peruvians. We all benefitted from priceless coaching from our Judge, Annette Kart. Wine Tour on Horseback – Sept. in Prince Edward County – our 3rd Annual event of this kind which promises to be even bigger and better as we get excellent feedback from previous participants who want more! This year may include an overnight in the area and more wineries on the itinerary. AGM – Oct. 25 Clinic and Trail Rides (possibly to include other gaited breeds) – TBA *********************************************************************** Board of Directors – Great news is that Luis Fiallos will continue as our President; Roy Metcalfe as our Treasurer and Suzanne Latchford as our Vice-President. Also continuing their terms in 2014 are Betty Bassett as Past President, Sue Gambling and Sue Noltner. Valerie Henderson will continue as our valued consultant; Lyn Knell as our Webmaster and Membership Manager and Lois Worden will continue as Newsletter Editor. Membership – we hope to build on our numbers of 2013 which included 32 members and one Honourary Life Member.


PHAC Class Procedures and Call of the Classes Purpose: To standardize the ring procedure and ensure that classes are run in a predictable manner, with all required elements presented to the judge prior to class cuts, yet maintain an efficient flow to keep shows within their schedules .

Procedure for 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.

Procedure for 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.

Procedure for 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.

Procedure for 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. Do complete small circles 2. Stop and stand quietly PHAC Call of the Class


3. 4. 5.

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) 6. Do serpentines through objects placed in an straight line 7. 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.

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. Walk on loose rein 2. Stop and stand quietly 3. Back a minimum of five steps 4. Do complete small circles (to inside unless requested by judge toward rail) 5. Do reversals of directions on the rail (done to inside unless requested by judge toward rail) 6. Do serpentines through objects that are offset or curved configuration 7. Figure 8’s 8. Side pass 9. Stop, turn on the haunches 180 degrees Performance Optional maneuvers (on rail or individually) 9. Spirals (caracol) 10. Back 10 – 15 steps 11. 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.

Double Shows: In an effort to provide exhibitors with two shows in one venue, and to ensure that two opinions non conferring without undue influence one on the other, when two judges are adjudicating separate shows in the arena at the same time, the judges will not run all entries out on order prior to the placing. The call judge may request workouts of 1 – 3 horses, and when that is completed, the non call judge may do the same. PHAC Call of the Class


PHAC Call of the Class - Guide to Maneuvers Maneuver

Desirable

Undesirable

Circle

10-15 ft diameter (unless judge specifies smaller) Second circle in same track as first Minimal cues from rider, quiet hands and legs Horse bending in the same shape as the circle Consistent speed Quiet mouth Stop with minimal cues from the rider Light rein contact to accomplish the maneuver Horse relaxes after the halt and stands still. Horse should stop completely within 2-3 steps after the maneuver is called Nose tucked as stop is performed

Hopping or breaking gait Dropping shoulder (“Falling into the circle�) Irregular circles or straight portions Horse is stiff Excessive bending to the inside of the circle Horse wringing tail Open mouth

Back

Backing straight Light pressure on the reins Relaxed backup Minimal cues from the rider

Refusal to back Gaping mouth Forced Back up Head tossing or shaking Excessive movement in the saddle

Walk

Loose rein (noticeable bow in rein) Relaxed natural head position Transition to walk within 2-3 steps after maneuver is called Horse bending evenly both sides Minimal cues from the rider Smooth transitions from one side to the other indicating the flexibility of the horse A relaxed horse

Tight rein Short stepping Prancing

Figure 8

Two even circles in opposite directions Smooth transition from one direction to the other The horse bending properly in each of the circles

Egg shaped or teardrop shaped circles A panicky transition from one direction to the other Hopping or breaking gait Horse wringing tail

Side Pass

Relaxed quiet side pass Horse yields to leg No resistance from the horse Correct bending from the inside rein to the outside leg Consistent rhythm Crossing in the front, crossing in the hind Straight sideways movement (slight leading from the front permissible)

Head tossing Walking forward Backing

Stop

Serpentine

PHAC Call of the Class

Open mouth Head tossing or shaking Pushing against bit (resistance) Moving after the halt, not standing quietly Trailing off in speed for several steps Nose up or out as stop is performed

Rushed or sluggish movements Uneven curves or straight portions Head tossing or shaking Open mouth A stiff horse that turns on the forehand Horse’s nose pointing in the opposite direction to the curve


Turn on the Haunches

Slight bend in the direction of the turn Horse should move his forehand around his hindquarters.

Caracol (Spiral Staircase)

Start with larger circle and evenly spiral to inside, or spiral from inside to outside as called for, or both. Even flex as horse spirals in or out Quiet mouth Horse may touch stirrup with nose at closest inside turn

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Forward movement Spinning on hind leg Backing Over bending or tilting the head Rear legs walking around front legs Dancing or fidgeting Hopping or breaking gait Open mouth Excessive bit pressure Jerky or distressed head movements

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!

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

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

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

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

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

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PHAC Call of the Class


Peruvian Horse Association of Canada RULE CHANGE SUBMISSION FORM CHANGE REQUEST PROCEDURE 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Fill out this form with your suggestions for rule changes, sections 1, 2 and 3. Be sure to list the existing rule wording and the reason the change is being requested, and how the change would be of benefit. Note which individuals or groups would be affected by the change. Send completed form to the PHAC Secretary listed on the PHAC website. Rule change requests will be reviewed by the Board of Directors and /or sent to the Rules Committee for their recommendation and further review. The overall benefit to members and exhibitors will be considered. Whenever possible, rule changes will be made by the BOD prior to April 1 of the year and incorporated into the PHAC Rule Book for the current year.

SECTION 1

PLEASE COMPLETE THE FOLLOWING (Place cursor in the small grey box and type )

Date:

Name of Member(s) or PHAC Committee Proposing:

Rule # Affected:

Name of Rule Section:

Is there a petition regarding this proposed change? (If YES, attach copy)

SECTION 2

Yes No

Number of Member Signatures

STATE RULE AS CURRENTLY WORDED

STATE RULE AS PROPOSED

STATE REASON CHANGE IS PROPOSED

1 of 2


SECTION 3 ANALYSIS OF PROPOSED CHANGE WHICH GROUPS OF MEMBERS / EXHIBITORS WILL BE AFFECTED POSITIVELY AND HOW?

WILL ANY GROUPS / MEMBERS /EXHIBITORS BE AFFECTED NEGATIVELY? STATE SIGNIFICANT POSSIBLE NEGATIVES:

SECTION 4 RULES IS THIS CHANGE RECOMMENDED? RULES COMMITTEE COMMENTS:

SECTION 5 Reviewed by Email

Reviewed at Meeting

Date:

BOD COMMENTS OR DESIRED CHANGES:

Board of Director Section Completed By:

Date: FINAL DISPOSITION Yes

No

Date:

No

Date:

Approved by BOD vote in Minutes Yes

Incorporated into Rule Book

2 of 2

NO:

YES

NO:

COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION

BOARD OF DIRECTORS REVIEW

SECTION 6

YES


CANADA MAKES ITS MARK at the 2013 U.S. NATIONAL SHOW (NAPHA) By – Lois Worden If your ears were ringing Oct. 4-6, 2013, it could just have been that you were feeling pride for our exquisite Canadian entries in the NAPHA show at the Los Angeles Equestrian Centre in Burbank, California! I am known at home, here in Ontario, as the Grandma who cheers the loudest when my 6 grandchildren try their best in performing for their sports teams. I put that practice into good use in Burbank as my husband Keith and I watched Canadian entries from B.C. and Alberta compete with their Peruvian horses against the best that the United States has to offer! We put our best cheers forward for Ben and Chantelle Sawatzky and Rick Matheson of Paradise Ranch, Rick Cones of Ringstead Ranch, Rob and Jan Sjodin of Del Oeste, Catherine Taggart of Armstrong, B.C. and Emma Thurn of Alberta. I was kept running between the arena and the horse stalls with camera in hand trying to catch the special moments when our Canadians carried ribbons and trophies to be added to their collections! Ben told me an interesting story – 10 years ago when he became seriously involved with showing his Peruvians, he made an agreement with his daughter, Chantelle that they would set a goal for their first show - to place in half their classes and win one blue ribbon. They were successful. They have steadily raised their sites and in this their 10th year, they took home 10 blue ribbons (plus several other significant awards). October 6 was certainly “Canada Day” at the Nationals with the High Point Breeder Award going to Ben Sawatzky and High Point Owner going to Rick Cones. Cathie Taggart and her 11 year old chestnut mare, Olorosa IJB needed an extra suitcase


Photos by Lois Worden


to bring home all their trophies, winning Champion and Champion of Champions Performance Mare, Champion and Champion of Champions Performance Horse. Rick Cones took the Reserve Championship in Performance Mare with his 10 year old chestnut mare, RSTD Alelita. Rick also brought home a 2nd with RSTD Lucerno, his 12 year old chestnut, in Performance Geldings 7+. Jan Sjodin came home with a 2nd in Geldings Gait 7+ with Mano Derecha IJB, her 13 year old chestnut boy who won her so many accolades in last year’‛s Canadian Nationals! Rob Sjodin was 2nd in AOTR (Amateur Owner to Ride) Performance 4-6 with RSTD Trueno, his 6 year old chestnut gelding. Rick Matheson brought home a 1st in the Geldings Gait 4-6 Class with BDS Vailenta. Emma Thurn came in 2nd in the Performance Mares 4-6 class with RSTD Andina Chantelle Sawatzky won the Champagne class, riding her 6 year old chestnut mare, BDS Alegria. Catherine Taggart shared a little story with me that may be inspiration for many of us in the OPHA who consider ourselves to be everyday Peruvian horse riders. Cathie “purchased” her 2.5 year old filly Olorosa IJB “Rosa” from Ivan and Judie Bourelle for the price of an old wreck of a truck that had been on her farm for years. Cathie and Rosa “trained” each other under the watchful eye of Ivan. Cathie enjoyed riding Rosa doing parades, demo team rides, shows and a whole lot of trail riding. From there they went on to win 14 Champion of Champion titles and 3 Laureados and now these highest honours at the 2013 NAPHA show! Cathie encourages us not to be intimidated by competing against the large ranches, professional riders etc. “Go into shows, have fun with your horse….because that ultimately is what it is all about…to have fun with our horses!” Showing for Cathie isn’‛t the be all and end all but it is part of the package. 95% of her time is spent on trails just enjoying the ride. Cathie says she and Rosa are “just the little hillbilly team from Armstrong”! It was a pleasure to be reunited at the show with several American friends who have brought so much interest and education into our lives with Peruvians. Dave Burdega, Marco Vasquez, his son Jose Vasquez and Tessa Todd from CampoBello


Photos by Lois Worden


Peruvians in Washington, Janic Arllentar, Frank and Merlene Sutalo from Paseo del Traza inTemecula, California and Nick Breaux (who was the fabulous judge at the Canadian Nationals last year). After all these years of corresponding with NAPHA in Santa Rosa through their secretary Arlynda Castro, it was a delight to finally meet her at the show. Now I will be able to put a face with her name when we connect. Throughout the show, Annette and I used text to communicate with the President of the Ontario Peruvian Horse Association, Luis Fiallos. We took great delight in tormenting him with descriptions of all we were seeing and doing. Luis took it all in his stride and I am sure he will plan to attend one of the National shows in the near future. The horses were not the only excitement at the show for the Wordens. We had the privilege of being guests of Hon. Annette Kart in her beautiful Spanish style home right around the corner from the LA Equestrian Centre. Annette has judged at our OPHA Summer Sizzler for the past two years. Annette arranged for the Wordens to join her on a trail ride starting from her home, where her stallion, “Norbo”, resides in his stall attached to her house. Keith and I rented quarter horses and followed Annette up above the city where the views were spectacular. The only thing that I will add here is that I was reminded how much I appreciate my darling Peruvian, “Montana” with his smooth gait and my sheepskin covered saddle after an hour or so with one of those trotting beasts! We had only to mention that it might be fun to see the hotel where “Pretty Woman” was filmed and Annette arranged for the three of us to tour Beverly Hills and Hollywood and to stop for breakfast at the Beverly Wiltshire Hotel. Driving up in her black Escalade SUV dressed in her “whites” and sporting sunglasses with significant bling and looking just oh so glamorous, Annette turned over her keys to the valet parking attendant and he assumed she was a celebrity. Wow! Did we ever get the red carpet treatment at the hotel! Annette had arranged for a reserved box at the NAPHA show for Liliano Cino, the Consul General del Peru. Along with several of Liliano’‛s friends, Keith and I were able to watch one afternoon’‛s classes and enjoyed some interesting conversation


with Liliano, a beautiful and gracious woman who definitely is willing to put out her hand to us in helping showcase our Peruvians here in Ontario, through her connections with our Consul General. The evening events for the Nationals were sold out before we arrived at the show, so unfortunately we missed out on that aspect of socializing. However, Annette made reservations for us at all her favourite restaurants and we wined and dined on some of the finest foods and fruit of the vine as only California can produce! PJ Changs (Thai) , Prosecco Trattoria (Italian), Raffi’‛s Place in Glendale (Armenian) and Castaway (The Jewel on the Hill). There were several booths set up at the show selling Peruvian tack and clothing. We also visited Broken Horn Saddlery with Annette, one of the biggest tack shops I have ever seen, just a few miles from Burbank. There was literally a sea of saddles of every kind. I didn’‛t see much Peruvian gear there, but that is probably a good thing given the restrictions on weight for our baggage on the airlines. On Monday, when Keith and I boarded the plane which would carry us back to Toronto, it was with a tear in our eyes and a tug at our hearts. We had experienced American hospitality at its best and had enjoyed watching three days of showmanship and seeing excellent horses at the show. It was only with the great memories we made and the knowledge that there would be more to come that we were able to console ourselves as we said goodbye to California. The Nationals in 2014 will take place Oct. 10-12 in Tunica, Mississippi . Annette tells us they have a lovely facility there. NAPHA plans to rotate their National Show every three years between the western, central and eastern areas. It was certainly “worth the trip to California” and we will put it on our list of possible holidays in 2014 to travel to Mississippi. In the meantime, we will bask in the memories and wish to congratulate our Canadians who made the arduous trip to California and made us all proud in their showing of some mighty fine animals. Well done!


PHAC Financial Report 2013 will be included in the next Paca Paca Balance Sheet (Audited) As At December 31, Assets Cash and Bank Accounts Ottawa Account RBC Calgary Nat Show Account Total Cash and Bank Accounts Total Assets Equities Net Income Retained Earnings Total Equities

2012

2011

$

11,793 9,368 12,339 $ 33,500

$

$ 33,500

$ 30,385

$

$

3,115 30,385 $ 33,500

6,971 2,364 21,050 $ 30,385

5,178 25,207 $ 30,385

Peruvian Horse Association of Canada Statement of Operations (Audited) For the year ended December 31, 2012 2011 Revenue Advertising Income $ 1,079 $ 711 Drug Testing Fee $5/horse/show 1,450 1,260 CLRC - Memberships & registrations 10,532 11,918 National Show Deposits 23,624 22,805 Show Approval Fees 873 574 1,661 GST Collected 1,512 Total Revenue Expenses Advertising & Promotion Awards Annual general meeting Bank charges CLRC Levy DNA Typing Drug testing GST Paid GST Previous Years Insurance National Show Expenses Office services Postage and Delivery Printing and Reproduction Sponsorships Telephone & Utilities Website Maintenance Total Expenses Income (loss)

$ 39,219

$ 38,780

$

552 158 -00 305 3,576 1,980 180 2,547 (358) 964 23,936 265 262 1,440 100 -00 197 $ 36,104

$

$

$

3,115

450 2,430 503 253 4,388 1,665 670 1,975

17,742 249 547 2,198

532 $ 33,602 5,178

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ONTARIO PERUVIAN HORSE ASSOCIATION - 2014 agenda: Latin Dance – Fundraiser – APRIL 12 – professional dance instructors will teach us the “Merengue” and guide us through other Latin dances. Lindsay “All about Horses” – May 24-25 – Demonstration – to be confirmed Summer Sizzler Show – June 14-15 – our 3rd annual pointed show - at a new venue in Burlington called the Iron Horse Equestrian Centre. Last year we welcomed some of our American friends who competed with their beautiful Peruvians. We all benefitted from priceless coaching from our Judge, Annette Kart. Wine Tour on Horseback – Sept. in Prince Edward County – our 3rd Annual event of this kind which promises to be even bigger and better as we get excellent feedback from previous participants who want more! This year may include an overnight in the area and more wineries on the itinerary. AGM – Oct. 25 Clinic and Trail Rides (possibly to include other gaited breeds) – TBA *********************************************************************** Board of Directors – Great news is that Luis Fiallos will continue as our President; Roy Metcalfe as our Treasurer and Suzanne Latchford as our Vice-President. Also continuing their terms in 2014 are Betty Bassett as Past President, Sue Gambling and Sue Noltner. Valerie Henderson will continue as our valued consultant; Lyn Knell as our Webmaster and Membership Manager and Lois Worden will continue as Newsletter Editor. Membership – we hope to build on our numbers of 2013 which included 32 members and one Honourary Life Member.


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2nd ANNUAL WINE TOUR on HORSEBACK: The Ontario Peruvian Horse Association’‛s September wine tour in Prince Edward County was a great success! The day was absolutely beautiful with an abundance of sunshine and a perfect temperature for riding and tasting! The horse trailers (17 in total) started arriving by 9 a.m. at our starting place - Karlo Estates Winery. We were greeted by the owners and they provided information about the beautiful bridge beside the parking area – a mortar less structure (dry-stacking), built in 2007, the largest of its kind in North America. Excitement was in the air as we all tacked up the horses and prepared for the start of the tour. Norman and Val Henderson hitched up their wagon to Penny and Clyde, their beloved Belgians and by 10 we were ready to roll. We travelled along dirt roads surrounded on both sides by vineyards ready for harvest. After about an hour of riding through this autumn paradise, we arrived at 2 wineries across the road from each other. Lift Haus Winery had created a hi-line tie-up for our horses so we were able to dismount and enjoy tasting their wonderful presentation of wines and cheeses. Lacey Estates was just a short walk across the road. Bottles of wine that were purchased were tucked safely aboard the wagon and in Betty and Roy’‛s pace car and we were off to our second stop at the Grange of Prince Edward Vineyard and Estate Winery where we enjoyed an artisan picnic lunch from their restaurant as well as tastes of their estate grown wines. Well-fortified, we journeyed on to Hinterland Winery where the owners donated 3 bottles of their premium sparkling wine for our signature “Champagne Ride”. Val coordinated the contest for 25 riders to determine who would have the most champagne remaining in their glass after a challenging course. Winners of the ride were Jessica Puccia who came first riding her Rocky Mountain/ Kentucky Mountain mare, Amber Warning, a 9 yr. old chestnut and 2nd was Jessica’‛s Mum, Dolina Puccia riding Mercedes, a 9 yr. old red chocolate mare, both from their “Bonnie View Farms”. (We heard that Jessica and Dolly had put in hours of practice in order to compete successfully against the Peruvians!) Well done!


For the last lap of our tour, we travelled about an hour back to Karlo Estate Winery where we were treated to a presentation of wines paired with various foods in the loft of their beautifully restored barn. A donation from the OPHA registrations and tasting fees from Karlo Estate and Lift Haus Wineries was made to the “Heal with Horses Therapeutic Learning Centre”. Their work is with autistic children and our donation has allowed sponsorship for 6 therapeutic sessions lasting 1-2 hours each. Their method reduces the stress hormone cortisol and increases the feel good hormone oxytocin. Most autistic children produce too much cortisol in their brain, preventing them from functioning properly. Being in nature and around horses allows these children to experience a calming effect. The child rides double with them in front and their therapist behind controlling the horse allowing the child to benefit from the skin to skin contact and to feel the rocking motion of the horse. (To put a spin on an old saying “The best thing for the inside of a person is the outside of a horse!”) The arrangements for our special day on the wine tour were made by Suzanne Latchford and Lyn Knell with the help of President, Luis Fiallos. Betty Bassett and Roy Metcalfe were at the site bright and early to greet everyone and to ensure that our entourage made it safely along the tour by following as our pace car. Val and Norman Henderson provided “transportation” on their beautiful blue wagon for all the non-riders. We wish to extend thanks to all who participated, making our group twice the size of last year. A special thank you is extended to the wineries that put out the welcome mat and provided some very fine wines for us to sample. The consensus from our feedback is that everyone had a great time at our 2 nd wine tour and now will look forward to a repeat in 2014! (Check out the photos on the OPHA Website – peruvianpaso.ca) Lois Worden – Newsletter Editor – OPHA


Box 207, Armstrong BC V0E 1B0 President: Don Noltner Salmon Arm, BC V1E 4P3 Phone (250) 835-8472

PHCBC Board of Directors Secretary:

email:hcp@telus.net@telus.net

Cathie Taggart Armstrong, BC V0E1B4 Phone (250)546-3704 email:ctaggart@telus.net

Vice President:

Treasure

Tracy Brown Aldergrove BC (604) 626-0011 email:tjjbrown@telus.net

John McMillan Armstrong, BC. 250-546-6621 email:jdhmcmillam@telus.net

info@phcbc.ca Directors at Large: Rob Sjodin, Phone (250) 832-1188 email:4beat@telus.net Lynn Moker Phone (403)343-2814 email:lmoker@xplornet.com Monika Lauterbacher (250)212-4014 email:mlauterbacher@hotmail.com

Here it is that exciting time of year again, the anticipation of snow melt & arrival of spring. Lots of magnetic hair in our mouths and clothes, but the horses love the brushings so what the heck! Fixing chewed fences a must, and I am sure those are available everywhere for "free". Cleaning & checking our tack, servicing trailers, now, we are ready to ride. Gather up your friends & horses and join in some of the events that you could participate in. May PHCBC is making plans for a clinic is in the making. Keep in touch at www.phcbc.ca for updates. May 25th Make a Wish Ride starting at the Silver Creek community park check their web: www.wishtrailride.ca June 7 & 8 Join The Interior Gaited Horse Show and have fun for the 17th year at the Armstrong Agriplex, Armstrong, BC For entries and info. Go to their website www.interiorgaitedhorseshow.weebly.com there are some one point classes approved for Peruvians. June 22nd NOTRA ride at (Coldstream Ranch) this is an awesome ride, collect a poker hand, bid on the silent auction & listen to music while you enjoy end of the ride lunch. Get together as group of 5 with same breed horse

July 11, 12 &13 Wild West Classic Regionals. Claresholm Agriplex, Claresholm, Alberta Contact Rob Sjodin 4beat@telus.net or www.phcbc.ca Our Honourable Judges for 2014 are, PHCA: Bill Clattenburg, for PHCBC: Ernesto Sandigo


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$4000 or Free lease in trade for training. Details Negotiable. Tanya 780-287-8520- machtenmalinois@gmail.com Westlock, Alberta


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We Will Offer Several High Quality Trained Horses For Sale This Year! We strive for a great match between horse and rider. Contact us to learn if we have a special horse for you.

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