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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66 Appaloosa Journal August 2018 Classics 30 Years Ago yearlings for sale on our website. See a wealth of photos and information on our website with additional photos on Sheldak Ranch facebook pag DIRECTIONS: 50 miles southwest of Fargo (5 miles east of Sheldon schoolhouse, 1/2 mile south). (c-tfn) Ohio KESSLER STABLES Howard & Eldean Kessler Patty Kessler McCartin, Trainer Cherie Kessler McClish, Barn Manager PO Box 175 Route 224 E New Haven, OH 44850 (419) 935-1510 Barn (419) 706-2861 Cell SPECIALTY: Training, conditioning, showing, sales, snaffle bit, non-pro, youth, instruction. Sales of quality Appaloosa and Quarter Horses. All around horses and trail. DIRECTIONS: East of New Haven one mile on Route 224; one hour and 20 minutes from Toledo, Cleveland and Columbus. Overnight stabling available. (8/18) MPH FARM John and Pam Myers 1213 Pansy Road, Blanchester, Ohio 45107 937-783-4370 MPH Farm on Facebook SPECIALTY: We live in rural southwest Ohio where we raise registered Appaloosa Horses and American Quarter Horses. Our Appaloosas are bred for color, quality and vigor. Our Quarter Horses are bred to excel in the sport of reining. We consistently offer a fine selection of foals and mature horses for sale. On occasion, we even have a mini pony for sale. For the perfect pet and farm companion, we also raise and offer for sale registered, working Airedale Terriers. (tfn) Oklahoma AMY & NICK KINSCH 8095 E Tower Road Ponca City, OK 74604 (580) 362- 3373 STANDING: Sunbeach Honkytonk - Sire of World, National and Youth World Champions, Hunter/Jumpers, Eventing and Dressage horses. Haidas Slik Willie - World and National Champion in Cutting, 2x National Champion Reining, World and National Champion Working Cow Horse, Reserve Freestyle Reining, NRCHA money earner. Spendthrift - 16.3 Bronze Medallion Winner, National Champion, Res. World and 2x Res. National Champion Hunter In Hand Stallions. Hey Hollywood - National Champion in Jr. Working Cow Horse, Jr. Judged Heading and Junior Judged Heeling. Reserve World Champion Jr. Judged Heading SPECIALTY: Breeding, showing, and sales of world class Appaloosas that can compete in open venues. DIRECTIONS: Call for directions. No overnight stabling available. (tfn) GARY VAUGHAN / SUPERSCOT FARM 506 W. Queen Coalgate, OK 74538 (580) 927-0339 – Gary Vaughan (405) 449-7663 – Equine Department STANDING: ApHC stallion Ivory King (Ivory James x Sure Nuff Fast). Champion. $20,455. Five panel negative. Eligibilities: BBR Stallion Stakes, Speedhorse races and Oklahoma bred program. Sire, Ivory James si 103 ($220,226) is sire of earners of over 14 million on the track and barrel sire of 1D champions. 2018 stud fee: $1,000. "Something New Next Door," an entry in the Foals of '88 Photo Contest. Appaloosa Journal, August 1988 Ken Schneider and Joker on the trails of the Grand Canyon. Appaloosa Journal, August 1988 Prince Plaudit passed away June 28, 1988. Appaloosa Journal, August 1988 Noble Secretary competed in Thoroughbred-dominated New Zealand races. Appaloosa Journal, August 1988

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