Appaloosa Journal

JAN 2019

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

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Market MARKET 147 Classics 20 Years Ago MIDWEST: INTERNATIONAL COLORED APPALOOSA ASSOCIATION, INC (ICAA) Headquarters located in Shipshewana, Indiana. For information, contact ICAA Secretary: ICAA 4610 New Mexico 206 Milnesand, New Mexico 88125 (575) 607-9737 SPECIALTY: The ICAA is a registry dedicated to building and promoting a Purebred Appaloosa Breed using the recognized method of breed - ing only Appaloosa x Appaloosa for 8 genera- tions. Currently the Purebred Program within ICAA is at the 7-generation level and seeks and welcomes Members with Appaloosa Horses that can contribute to the goal of preserving the blood and characteristics of the Appaloosa. ICAA accepts into their Regular Registry most Appaloosas with registered Appaloosa parents and has intermediate categories that allow breeders and buyers to breed their favorite bloodlines forward toward their chosen goals. Opportunities are offered for ICAA registered horses to earn points in local breed and open shows, trail and distance programs, and awards are given for production achievement. There is no other registry out there like ICAA. Check out our website, ICAA membership fees and registration costs are very reasonable; ApHC and ICAA dual registration will only add to the value of your special Appaloosa. Below are the names and contact information of some of our ICAA Members. They will be happy to talk with you about the advantages of joining ICAA. Foggy Valley Farms (TN) - (615) 464-4667 Home of FVF Iron Sabre, the first ApHC GAP 7 Appaloosa Horizon Hills Ranch (PA) - (814) 882-5014 "Like Us On Facebook" Three D Appaloosas (TN) - (615) 273-2581 Breeding Appaloosa to Appaloosa Horses Conny Riedel (TX) - Home of Ima Rockin Secret and Champagne Fortune Journey Farms, LLC (Mt. Orab, OH) - Sharon January (NM) - Blue Creek Appaloosas (WA) - (509) 204-2120 Poplars Zamocha and BCA Chats Yamahawk - both GAP 6 (02/19) KESSLER STABLES Howard & Eldean Kessler Patty Kessler McCartin, Trainer Cherie Kessler McClish, Barn Manager PO Box 175 Route 224 E New Haven, OH 44850 (419) 935-1510 Barn (419) 706-2861 Cell SPECIALTY: Training, conditioning, showing, sales, snaffle bit, non-pro, youth, instruction. Sales of quality Appaloosa and Quarter Horses. All around horses and trail. DIRECTIONS: East of New Haven one mile on Route 224; one hour and 20 minutes from Toledo, Cleve - land and Columbus. Overnight stabling available. (02/19) MPH FARM John and Pam Myers 1213 Pansy Road, Blanchester, Ohio 45107 937-783-4370 MPH Farm on Facebook SPECIALTY: We live in rural southwest Ohio where we raise registered Appaloosa Horses and American Quarter Horses. Our Appaloosas are bred for color, quality and vigor. Our Quarter Horses are bred to excel in the sport of reining. We consistently offer a fine selection of foals and mature horses for sale. On occasion, we even have a mini pony for sale. For the perfect pet and farm companion, we also raise and offer for sale registered, working Airedale Terriers. (tfn) SADDLEBROOK APPALOOSAS Bill Thiel & Susan Fronk N76 W36096 Saddlebrook Lane Oconomowoc, WI 53066 (920) 474-7796 STANDING: Supreme Champion Zip Me Impres- sive, Reserve World Champion producer. 2003 World's Best Appaloosa. Black with spotted white blanket. HYPP N/N. SPECIALTY: Colorful, friendly Appaloosas that halter and perform. DIRECTIONS: West of Milwaukee 30 minutes on Highway P, three and a half miles north of High- way 16. Call for specific directions. Overnight stabling available. (c-tfn) One of the Oldest Names in Mortality Insurance Call Toll-Free: (800) 826-9441 Local/Outside U.S.: (402) 759-4901 Fax: (402) 759-4903 BOB WILKINS and STACY MILLER 830 G Street • Geneva, NE 68361 A leopard mother and foal. Appaloosa News, January 1999 Horses on the run in California. Appaloosa News, January 1999 Buffalo Bill's Wild West show at Disneyland Paris features Appaloosas among other horses. Appaloosa News, January 1999 Impress A Cowboy fetched a price of $15,300 at the 1998 World Sale. Appaloosa News, January 1999

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