Appaloosa Journal

AUG 2018

Appaloosa Journal is the official publication of the Appaloosa Horse Club, the international registry for the Appaloosa horse.

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62 Appaloosa Journal August 2018 Classics 50 Years Ago SPECIALTY: Breeding modern looking Halter and Performance Appaloosas with Beauty, Brains, Balance, and COLOR. Foals, yearlings, and mares for sale. DIRECTIONS: Located 5 miles North of Fort Collins close to Old Town (downtown). Visitors welcome by appointment. (tfn) Florida CHAR-O-LOT RANCH Sue & Sean Schembri 35750 Highway 70 E PO Box 40 Myakka City, FL 34251 (941) 322-1882 (941) 812-8924 (Sean) (941) 915-5998 (Sue) (941) 322-2349 Fax STANDING: The Englishman—Bronze Medallion winner—APHC son of The Hunter (Hall of Fame) Blazing, LLC—APHC son of Born To Be Blazing (AQHA) Secret Colors—APHC Multiple World and National Champion Halter Stallion JR Hunter- APHC Multiple World Champion—Superior HUS & HIH Home of The Secret (Syndicate owned stallion) SPECIALTY: Breeding, training, quality sales and coaching. (c-tfn) WINDEMERE EQUESTRIAN CENTER, INC. Teresa Pennington 6900 Morse Ave. Jacksonville, FL 32244 (904) 777-5650 STANDING: Zippos Sensation SPECIALTY: Breeding, training, lessons and non-pro and youth program. DIRECTIONS: I-295 south exit 103, first left Firestone, left on Morse, a half-mile on right.Overnight stabling available. (c-tfn) Indiana INTERNATIONAL COLORED APPALOOSA ASSOCIATION, INC (ICAA) Headquarters located in Shipshewana, Indiana. For information, contact ICAA Secretary: ICAA 4610 New Mexico 206 Milnesand, New Mexico 88125 (575) 607-9737 SPECIALTY: The ICAA is a registry dedicated to building and promoting a Purebred Appaloosa Breed using the recognized method of breeding only Appaloosa x Appaloosa for 8 generations. Currently the Purebred Program within ICAA is at the 7-generation level and seeks and welcomes Members with Appaloosa Horses that can contribute to the goal of preserving the blood and characteristics of the Appaloosa. ICAA accepts into their Regular Registry most Appaloosas with registered Appaloosa parents and has intermediate categories that allow breeders and buyers to breed their favorite bloodlines forward toward their chosen goals. Opportunities are offered for ICAA registered horses to earn points in local breed and open shows, trail and distance programs, and awards are given for production achievement. Low Spade Of Double Arrow, Open Jumping winner at the 21st National Show. Appaloosa News, August 1968 A puppy and a foal in a game of tug-of-war. Appaloosa News, August 1968 Jean Donley stretches to grab the rope in a tense final-heat round of the Rope Race. Appaloosa News, August 1968 "Appaloosa" sawhorses at the University of Idaho's farm shop. Appaloosa News, August 1968

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