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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RACING HISTORY: WORLD SPECIAL 79 C.T. Hall's 2-year-old stallion Brave Pawnee outrunning Carey's Cricket Britches by 2 3/4 lengths at Thunder- bird Downs during the 3rd World Show. The win over 400 yards for all ages capped off a season where earlier at Centennial he finished a strong 3rd running 880 yards in the Columbine Appaloosa Stakes. Carl Miles' Joker's Moneca, another multiple winner at the 3rd World, is shown here winning at 220 yards. The eventual Hall of Fame 2-year-old filly also won the 250 yard race, edging the field of older horses by 2 3/4 lengths. Apache King S., owned and trained by Hall of Famer Joe King, won two races at the 3rd World, winning his 870 yard event by 10 lengths and the second by 7 1/2 over 500 yards. The stallion finished 1963 as Champion Running Aged Stallion and Champion Runner 4 & older all sexes. F.C.Frazier's Ragland Miss edging Dean Davis' Aspen Antelope Maiden and winning the 400 yard race for all ages at the 1963 World. Earlier in the year the filly won her trial heat at the World Wide Futurity, finished 6th in the Finals, and a year later at the World Wide Derby qualified for the Finals but didn't place in the money. War Paint Lady, owned by founder of Clear Fork Downs racetrack in north Texas Court Cleveland, edg- ing Bob Acomb's Imboden's M'Sarto and winning the 440 yard race for all ages at the 1963 World Show. Bill Hudlow's famous Boogie Britches, a multiple win- ner at the 1963 World, edging National Show winner Billy Pepper by 3/4 lengths over 330 yards to com- pliment his earlier win at 350 yards. After a season highlighted by his win of the 2nd World Wide Futurity, Boogie earned ApHC awards for Champion Running 2-year-old Colt, Champion Running Stallion all ages, and Running Champion all sexes.

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