Appaloosa Journal

OCT 2018

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

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HORSEMAN'S DIRECTORY 65 California AL ANDERSON TRAINING STABLES Al & Sue Anderson 25230 E Highway 12 PO Box 401 Clements, CA 95227 (209) 763-5215 STANDING: Imortalizer, The Quest, Gossip Spotted Me, Maid Dignified and Unzipped. Specialty: Breeding and training champion halter and performance horses. Providing a complete lesson program with your horse or ours. Young prospects through finished. Horses available for sale DIRECTIONS: Located on Highway 12 between Lodi and Valley Springs. Overnight stabling available. (tfn) DAL PORTO RANCH Steve & Carol Dal Porto 8650 Byron Highway Brentwood, CA 94513 (925) 625-4535 Phone/Fax STANDING: Te Coolest, Maid Prety Impresive, Mad Desire (frozen semen available), and frozen semen for Maid's Dream. SPECIALTY: A full-service breeding and training facility. Dal Porto Ranch has raised or shown more than 360 National and World Champions in halter, western pleasure, equitation, showmanship, most colorful, saddle seat and western riding. We always have a good selection of colored show prospects and broodmares available. DIRECTIONS: Between Sacramento and San Francisco, approximately one hour from either airport. Please call for specific directions. (tfn) ROCKING A RANCH Pat & Patti Ansuini, Sr. (Pat A.) 675 Bolsa Road Gilroy, CA 95020 (408) 706-0747 (408) 846-1553 Fax STANDING: Zippo Pine Chip, ApHC and California pleasure champion with the legendary pedigree. Cooled or frozen semen available for shipment. Sire of multiple masters dressage horses of the year. SPECIALTY: Breeding and sales of top-quality show horses, featuring the lines of Bright Chip, Zippo Pine Bar (AQHA), Diversified, Barpasser (AQHA) and Speedy Glow (AQHA). DIRECTIONS: Approximately 29 miles south of San Jose. Please call for appointment and specific directions. (c-tfn)

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