Appaloosa Journal

DEC 2018

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

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58 Appaloosa Journal December 2018 Classics 50 Years Ago Colorado THE SPOT Charles, Vineta & Karin Troendle 5640 North Highway 1 Fort Collins, CO 80524 (970) 222-9512 STANDING: TS Ceo, few-spot leopard stallion with points in reining, halter, hunter in hand and longe line. SPECIALTY: Breeding colorful sport horses with halter conformation. Young halter and performance prospects and bred mares for sale. DIRECTIONS: Located five miles southwest of I-25 at Wellington on Highway 1. (tfn) K HEART K APPALOOSAS Katherine Sanford and Kirby Duvall 3600 North County Road 19 Fort Collins, CO 80524 (970)481-5554 STANDING: Shados Forever Nuget – Bay Roan Few Spot. His pedigree includes Appaloosa greats as Nugget Jim, Hardar Shado, Prince Plaudit, and Mighty Bright. 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) Dick Stanger, aided by his mount and the family dog Fes- tus, round up stray horses in Black Canyon. Appaloosa News, December 1968 Yet another Appaloosa envelope. Appaloosa News, December 1968 Quaking aspen provide a colorful arch for riders on the Fall Color Trail Ride, sponsored by Mountain and Plains ApHC. Appaloosa News, December 1968 Barney, 9, plays with a deer fawn while two Appaloosa geldings from Red Hill Appaloosa Farm check it out. Appaloosa News, December 1968

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