Appaloosa Journal

NOV 2018

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

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64 Appaloosa Journal November 2018 clenched the win with a 220 the very next day. This win also earned Roxie a Bronze Medallion. In 2013 Torsten worked to get her in foal in the U.S., without success. Despite this setback, Torsten re- routed his vision and shipped Roxie to Germany, where Ute Holm took up the reins. In 2014, Roxie won the 2014 ApHC European Cutting Championship all ages. After this win, Roxie was bred and had a filly by UT High Elmer Lena (by Lenas Little Fury (QH), "Elmer." Elmer won both the ApHC European Reining Fu- turity and Derby. Roxie's next colt was by Echoes Of Whizdom (by Topsail Whiz (QH)). Torsten's next move is to get Roxie back in shape to ride her at NCHA open events in Germany. In 2014, Torsten purchased the Appaloosa gelding Smart With Cat, "Yuma," by Echoes Of Whizdom. His bottom side is Hol- lywood Dun It and Two Eyed Jack lines. In 2015, Yuma won the 2015 ApHC European Reining Futurity and Jr. Reining with Emanuel Erns in the saddle. Incredibly, this was Yuma's first show, so it is obvious the Bauriedls have a knack for discovering Appa- loosa talent. Yuma continued to win his classes at the Open Bavar- ian NRHA show in 2016-2017. In reining, Yuma has never scored below 216.5. Yuma will be in the NRHA German Derby in 2018. The Bauriedls most recent American adventure is TEB Earthas HD Jack, "Jack." The mare Eartha Blue (by Sans Hap McCue) was leased from Liz Kincaid of TOP Appaloosas, and bred to Hy- drive Cat, a 5-panel negative son of High Brow Cat. Hydrive Cat was reserve champion at the NCHA Open Cutting Futurity. Jack, a stud colt, was born on St. Patrick's Day, and his pedigree, com- bined with his beautiful coloring, made this stud colt the "jackpot" of gold at the end of a rainbow. Two-year-old Jack is currently in training with Josh Townsend and already receiving great reviews. Torsten plans to show Jack in open cutting events against the best- of-the-best in cutting. If you asked Torsten when he was a boy, "How would you like to have champion Appaloosa cutting and reining horses someday?" My guess is he would never have believed that to be a possibility. But here the Bauriedls are, turning Torsten's boyhood dream into a reality! So, as Torsten and Elke Bauriedl continue to proudly promote the American Appaloosa in the U.S. and abroad, we say to them "prost!" (German for "cheers!"). Thank you, Bauriedl fam- ily, for believing in the Appaloosa horse, loving their incredible personality, and living your dreams.

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