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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60 Appaloosa Journal December 2018 Classics 40 Years Ago PALISADES APPALOOSAS Lisa & Mitch Estridge 1601 Bowman's Bottom Road Lancaster, KY 40444 (859) 338-7955 Cell/Voice Mail iriselvis@yahoo.com www.palisadesapps.com STANDING: Dreamin Dun, 2001 few-spot son of ApHC Hall of Fame, Dreamfinder. World Show qualified in halter in 2004. Live colored foal guarantee. ALSO STANDING: Nuggets Super Shado, 1999 Black and white near leopard. Zeke passes on his Intelligence, beautiful head, hip and color to his offspring. MIghty Bright Reward, Bay fewspot son of Nuggets Super Shado Twilight Reemarkable, Foundation black leopard, homozygous for black and for the PATN1 gene (leopard pattern) SPECIALTY: Breeding colorful and versatile APHC weanlings, with classic, modern, and foundation bloodlines. Our babies are handled daily from birth, and suitable for pleasure and show and breeding. We do a few outside breedings per year by special arrangement, May thru August. DIRECTIONS: South of Lexington, Kentucky, about 30 miles. Email for specific directions. (tfn) Massachusetts SWEETWATER FARMS James & Laurie Rylander, DVM 676 Harwich Road PO Box 1797 Brewster, MA 02631 (508) 896-6021 House (774) 353-6813 Cell (508) 896-203 Fax laurie@sweetwater-farms.com www.sweetwater-farms.com www.facebook.com/QualityAppaloosas STANDING: The Secret Pardon, 2008 colored ApHC Stallion, HYPP N/N, Multiple National Halter Champion and sire of color and champions, stands at Gumz Farms. SPECIALTY: Breeding for quality halter and performance horses since 1979, breeding for foals with the physical and genetic soundness to stay competitive for the long run, showing, sales, show prospects, mares, halter babies, mares in foal to The Secret Pardon. Each year we breed a few very well bred performance mares to top performance stallions, and sell their offspring as performance prospects once started under saddle. The Silver Stirrup, Sweetwater Farms' Show Shop, provides an in-stock inventory of quality show apparel and tack, geared to meet the various needs and budgets of today's competitors. From those who show locally, to competitors on the regional circuits and the National and World Championships with prices set accordingly. Whether selecting a head-to-toe signature show ensemble for the season, or updating an old favorite via re-creating pieces from an existing wardrobe, we've got what you need. Purchases can still be made online with a simple phone call to check stock. Visitors welcome by appointment. The Silver Stirrup also features an Equine Model Horse Studio, with 1/9th scale artists' resins, handmade tack and custom made riders to suit the many resins currently available. DIRECTIONS: Cross the Sagamore Bridge over the Cape Cod Canal onto Cape Cod and Rte. 6. Stay on Rte. 6, to Exit 10. Exit Rte. 6 at Exit 10. Turn left off the exit ramp, heading North on Rte. 124 towards Brewster. Sweetwater Farms' exit is 2.9 miles from Exit 10 on the left side of the road, also called Harwich Road. The sign on the left says Sweetwater Forest, which is our private way to Sweetwater Farms, and Sweetwater Forest. (c-tfn) Oklahoma Appaloosa breeder J.E. Baker at his desk in the trophy room. Appaloosa News, December 1978 Lena A. Snare, still riding at 89 years old. Appaloosa News, December 1978 Auburn King battles Granite Girl at the 1978 Chief Jo- seph Futurity trial, before winning by a nose. Appaloosa News, December 1978 Dimples (Registration No F-993) at age 30 in 1978, just before she passed away. Appaloosa News, December 1978

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