JULY 2001 BACK ISSUE
Horse Previews Magazine website - Posted on 07/09/2001; 2:00:00PM.
Wishing Star Gallop Soon Approaches
Our July update! Wishing Star Gallop is almost here! Mark your calendar for Saturday, August 18th - 1:00pm at the Spokane Interstate Fairgrounds/Indoor Arena. We are proud to introduce in our July issue, a great line-up of Paint and Quarter Horse stallion services offered for the breeding year of 2002.
Wishing Star is very excited to offer the horse industry some of the finest stallions services purchased in the world!
QUARTER HORSE STALLIONS
PLAYGIRLS CONCLUSION: Last year's highest-selling stallion service (of all breeds) at the Gallop auction is back, once again, in the line-up. Wishing Star is blessed to have in its lineup, a noble creature, a legend, a leading living show horse and sire of the AQHA registry, two time Reserve World Champion Playgirls Conclusion. His sire is Mr. Conclusion, Superior Halter Horse, World and Reserve World Champion, and a Leading AQHA Sire. His dam is, Tardys Playgirl by Tardy Too. Playgirls Conclusion captured the title of Reserve World Champion as a two-year-old. He returned the following year as a three-year-old, and once again was pronounced AQHA Reserve World Champion. With over 40 registered foals, Playgirls Conclusion has been on the Leading Sires list multiple times. His siring list includes 8 World Champions and 8 Reserve World Champions. His offspring have amassed over 4,567 AQHA Halter points with 202 Halter points earners; over 91 Performance points with 11 Performance point earners; 119 Halter ROM's; 3 Performance ROM's; and 29 Superior Halter Award titles. He is also the sire of Paint and Appaloosa winners in Halter and Performance. Playgirls Conclusion is owned by Lowell and Tyler Stewart. He stands at Stewart Quarter Horses in Lawrence, KS for $4,500. Now is your opportunity to be a part of the Playgirls Conclusion legacy! Transported semen is available. Playgirls Conclusion is tested N/H.
PEPPY BADGER CHEX: Last year's second highest selling service (of all breeds) was Peppy Badger Chex, ranked among the NRHA's Leading Money Earning Sires, two-time AQHA World Champion. In 1989 he was the AQHA World Champion Junior Reining Horse, 1992 World Champion Senior Working Cow Horse - Top 5, and gained an additional World Championship title as the 1993 Sr. Working Cow Horse. In addition to his second World Championship Peppy Badger Chex, was the Bronze Trophy winner of the 1993 NRHA Reno Spectacular in Reining, and NRHA & PRHA Super Slide Bronze Trophy winner! His offspring are proving what tremendous reining potential he produces! He has produced an AQHA Reserve World Champion Working Cow Horse and futurity champions that are currently being shown throughout the world at NRHA, AQHA, NCHA, and NRCHA events. Back home in the Northwest, Peppy's offspring have impressively placed first, second and third, at the 1995 Pacific Reining Horse Association's Super Slide Futurity, which ranks as the 12th largest NRHA event. While Peppy's offspring are impressing their owners, trainers and spectators in the United States, the winning tradition is enjoyed overseas. Many of his offspring have continued the winning spirit at major European Reining events. For the past five breeding seasons, Peppy's sought after book has closed before Spring even began! Peppy Badger Chex is presently standing for a breeding fee of $3,000.
BLAZING HOT: Last year's third highest selling service (of all breeds) is back once again in our 2001 Gallop line-up. Never in the history of the AQHA World Show has any horse won both the Jr. Western Riding and Jr. Western Pleasure in the same year...until now! Wishing Star has been blessed by Robbi and Joan Schroeder's desire to make dreams become a reality for Wishing Star children by donating a service of their 1996 World Champion Jr. Western Pleasure & Jr. Western Riding stallion, Blazing Hot. Besides being an AQHA two-time World Champion, he was the 1994 Quarter Horse Congress Two-Year-Old Western Pleasure Futurity Champion (unanimous decision); 1995 Congress Three-Year-Old Open Western Pleasure Derby Champion, Three-Year-Old Ltd. Western Pleasure Derby Champion, and Congress Jr. Western Pleasure Reserve Champion. Showing 1 time in 1994, 11 times in 1995, and 8 times in 1996, Blazing Hot has earned nearly 100 AQHA points in Jr. Western Pleasure, 16 AQHA points in Jr. Western Riding, plus 2.5 Halter points. He is sired by Hotrodders Jet Set, out of a Zippo Pine Bar daughter, Tahnee Zippo. This Superior Western Pleasure, 15.3hh bay stallion comes from a family pedigree of pure pleasure horses. The last three generations on his dam's side alone have all produced Superior Western Pleasure Horses. Blazing Hot's Granddam and Great-Granddam also earned a Superior in Western Pleasure. Blazing Hot is the #2 Sire (with 3rd year foal crop of riding age), earnings of $116,887.46, and the youngest stallion on the AQHA Leading Sire List of 2000 Performance Winners & Point Earners. This service will only be 1 of 2 donated services to Blazing Hot for the 2002 season. He presently stands for $2,500 at Schroeder Ranch in Gainesville, Texas. Transported semen is available (only to this breeding).
LEAN WITH ME: One of the top four highest selling stallion services (of all breeds) once again, joins ranks to help make children's dreams come true. A champion of champions, Lean With Me. Shortly after being titled the 1993 NRCHA Snaffle Bit Futurity Reserve Champion, Lean With Me suffered a near fatal injury, a fractured pelvis that almost ended his career. With God's blessings, a great trainer, Bobby Avila, and the love and prayers of his owners and admirers, Lean With Me beat all the odds and came from a cripple to a Champion making his mark on the AQHA Industry. In 1994 he returned to the showring competing in the Bruce Gilcrest Memorial Futurity and won the O.Q.H.A. Reining Championship. From there he went to the AQHA World Show, where he earned his first AQHA World Championship in Junior Working Cow Horse. But, he wasn't through winning. In 1995, he returned, once again, to win the O.Q.H.A. Reining Championship, earned an AQHA Superior in Reining, won the prestigious NRHA Derby, and returned to the AQHA World Show to gain another title as the 1995 AQHA World Champion Senior Reining Horse. Now retired, Lean With Me stands in Oregon. "He's accomplished so much, there's really nothing left for him to win," commented Bobby Avila. This two-time World Champion will stand the 2002 breeding season at Bryant Ranch in Yamhill, Oregon for a stud fee of $3,000. Transported semen is available. Wishing Star is truly grateful to owners Jon and Norma Sather of Manson, Washington for donating a breeding to their unbelievable stallion, thus making dreams come true for Wishing Star children.
LENAS WRIGHT ON is one of the leading AQHA Reining horses in the industry. This outstanding AQHA Superior Reining stallion has accomplished it all. In 1994 he won the National Reining Horse Association's Open Futurity Championship bringing home a check for $100,000. He qualified for the AQHA World Show early on in 1995 in Junior Reining Horse, and was a 1995 finalist at the NRHA 4-year-old Open Reining Reno Spectacular. From there, Lenas Wright On went on to Oklahoma City to compete in Junior Reining and was the 1995 AQHA Reserve World Champion Jr. Reining Horse. In 1996, he went back to the AQHA Worlds to win the title as AQHA World Champion Working Cow Horse. His first foal crop arrived in 1996. He has lured some of the finest performance bred mares from the Western States. His consistent ability to attract top quality mares, has allowed the owners to be proud of some of the most exceptional performance prospects in the Nation. Lenas Wright On is presently standing for $2,500.
POTENTIAL INVESTMENT: Wishing Star feels privileged to offer, once again, a service to this magnificent 15.3 hand bay stallion, Potential Investment. He's out of a good show mare, Hot Little Treasure. She is sired by world renown Hottrodder Jet Set, and out of Treasure Sail, earner of over 800 AQHA points. Potential Investment's sire is the great Principle Investment, a Congress Champion and was the highest money earner in the Nation in 1989. Potential Investment is definitely a great show horse. In addition to multiple circuit championships in Western Pleasure, including the Florida Gold Coast and Pre Denver circuit, his major wins include: Champion at the Dixie Nationals; Reserve two-year-old Futurity Champion at the 1994 Congress; third place at the 1995 AQHA World Show in Jr. Western Pleasure; and the 1996 All American Quarter Horse Congress Western Pleasure Maturity Champion. Potential Investment followed that title up with a Reserve World Championship in Jr. Western Pleasure. His first foals were born in 1996 and have been exceptional. The foals have resembled Potential Investment in many ways. They all have the same top lines, the same straight hocks, and they all possess the same slow-legged movement that made Potential Investment a champion! Owned by Potential Investment Group, he stands with Steve Heckaman in Aubrey, Texas for a standing fee of $2,500 with transported semen available.
BARPASSERS IMAGE: Truly an honor to have in our Wishing Star Gallop Stallion Service Auction comes a household name in the Quarter Horse Industry Barpassers Image. This well-noted stallion overcame a gawky adolescence and life-threatening colic surgery to become one of the leading sires of performance horses in the world today. Star offspring include 1998 American Quarter Horse Association World Champion Barpassers Cody, 1998 All American Quarter Horse Congress Champion Barpassers Glow, and Western Pleasure Super Sire, Invitation Only. Sired by Barpasser, a Leading Sire of Pleasure Horses, his dam is Tee Command, producer of Superior Western Pleasure horses. Major accomplishments for Barpassers Image include: 1986 Georgia Breeders Fall Classic Futurity Champion, Texas Classic Futurity Champion, and Tom Powers Futurity Champion. He has earned more than $50,000 in National Snaffle Bit Association competition. He holds a Superior in Western Pleasure, and was 6th in the World in Jr. Western Pleasure in 1988. Currently, he is an AQHA Leading Sire of Performance winners, a 1998 & 1999 Leading Performance Sire in all categories and an Equistat Leading Pleasure Sire. Barpassers Image is the sire of 142 AQHA Performers, earning over 9042 AQHA points (an average of 83.5 points per performer) and over $111,594 in Incentive Fund earnings. He has sired 12 World Champions, 12 AQHA Champions, 7 AQHA Honor Roll Champions, Multiple Congress Champions, and Numerous Futurity Champions. Better than 90 percent of his performers wind up as youth or amateur horses. About 80 percent of his pleasure-winning offspring have excelled in halter as well. Barpassers Image's lifetime AQHA Incentive Fund earnings of foals exceed $85,000. In addition, he is the sire of multiple American Paint Horse Association and Appaloosa Horse Club Register of Merit earners. Standing for a fee of $2,500. he is proudly owned by Paws Up Quarter Horses in Purcell, Oklahoma. Transported semen is available
ZIPPO A WARD: Another Great performance sire... joins forces to help make children's dreams come true, Zippo A Ward. Compiling an impressive show record before retiring, this well-noted stallion was an AQHA Honor Roll Champion Western Pleasure Horse in 1991, and earned a lifetime total of 250 Pleasure points. He was the 1991 High Point Junior Western Pleasure Champion and High Point Junior Western Pleasure Champion. He also has points in Halter, Hunter Under Saddle and Trail. A son of AQHA #1 All Time Leading Sire of Performance ROM's and World Champions, Zippo Pine Bar. Zippo A Ward is the sire's All Time Leading point earning son standing at stud. He is as close to Zippo Pine Bar in disposition, personality and conformation as they come. His dam is Athene Ward, by Buddy Ward, by Sugar Bars. Athene Ward, earned 141 points in Western Pleasure and Hunter Under Saddle. She was a great Open and Amateur horse in her day. As you can see, his pedigree is tremendous. Even with a limited foal crop, Zippo A Ward is an Equistat leading sire of English and Western Pleasure horses, and is the sire of 50 AQHA Performers. Thus far, 73% of his babies are performers or point earners. Rosita Ward has earned 85.5 AQHA points and was the Futurity Champion at several shows, including the Tulsa Summer Circuit, the Golden Opportunity Open and Non Pro, the Nebraska Silver Limited Open and the Utah Two and Three-Year-Old Open. In Amateur Pleasure, she was fourth at the 1998 World Show. In 1999, Rosita Ward was the West Coast Circuit Champion. Other notable offspring include: Beaudacious Zip, who earned a third place finish in Junior Trail at the 1997 World Show; and Alli Ward, Reserve Congress Champion in the Three-Year-Old Limited Open Western Pleasure at the 1998 Congress. Zippo A Ward, an AQHA Western Pleasure Honor Roll Stallion and 1997/98 Equistat Leading Sire of Pleasure Horses is owned by Paws Up Ranch in Purcell, Oklahoma. Standing for a fee of $1,500. Transported semen is available.
LAST DETAIL: New to the Gallop line-up this year comes another great noted stallion - Congress and World Champion, Last Detail. This 1991, 16.2hh, blood bay stallion was the 1995 AQHA World Champion Junior Hunter Under Saddle. He also earned an additional title as the 1995 All American Quarter Horse Congress Junior Champion in Hunter Under Saddle. His oldest foals are now five years old and they are inheriting his sweeping movement, correct conformation, and kind, gentle nature. His offspring have already won at prestigious shows and futurities across the country including the Congress, Whistle Stop, Tom Powers, Sun Circuit, Red Bud Spectacular, Dixie Nationals and many others. He is siring Superiors, Congress Champion, Show All Around winners, Register Of Merit Performance and Halter Earners. Such is true of: Ima Delicate Detail, Superior Youth Hunter Under Saddle; Perfect Detail, Spooky Detail, The Detail Man, Treasured Detail, Tribute To Detail, Ask Me For Details, Detail In Diamonds, Am Retail, Just The Details, Tigress By Detail, and The Last Captive, all AQHA Earners of ROM's in Open, Amateur, and Youth Performance and Halter. They are also showing incredible talent over fences and in the pattern and driving events. Last Detail has over 381 registered foals, 61 that are AQHA Performers. His get have earned close to 600 AQHA points with AQHA Incentive Funds earnings of $8,488.01. He is one of the Leading Equistat Hunt Seat Sires, and has already made it onto the Leading AQHA Sires List with only three foal crops now old enough to perform. Last Detail stands for $1,750 in Yukon, Oklahoma and is owned by Larry and Linda Whitaker. Transported semen available.
SWEET TALKIN CHIP: Another outstanding stallion returns to the Gallop line-up this year. Equistat Leading Sire and Multiple Congress Champion Sire, Sweet Talkin Chip. This 15.2hh, dark Bay stallion, is sired by Congress and World Champion, Zips Chocolate Chip. He is out of Talkin Sweet who earned 58 AQHA points Sweet Talkin Chip has earned 41 points with limited showing in AQHA events. He was the high money earning pleasure horse of "All Ages" and "All Divisions" in 1994. Winner of over $35,000 in Western Pleasure monies - more than any other pleasure horse in the nation that year. In addition to his high money earner of 1994 title, Sweet Talkin Chip was 3rd in the Limited Open Maturity at the 1996 All American Quarter Horse Congress and 5th in the Jr. Western Pleasure at the 1996 AQHA World Quarter Horse Congress and 5th in the Jr. Western Pleasure at the 1996 AQHA World Show Championship. Other notable wins includ Champion at the Grand Twenty Futurity in Two-Year-Old Open Western Pleasure; Champion of the Two-Year-Open Limited Open Heartbeat Futurity; Champion of the Georgia Three-Year-Old Open Western Pleasure Futurity; Reserve Champion Solid Gold Two-Year-Old Limited Open; International Halter and Pleasure; Reserve Championship at the Big Cheese Futurity; and the Tom Powers Limited Open. Sweet Talkin Chip's foal crop hit the ground in 1996. His foals are competing successfully in All-Around competition. Of 381 foals he has produced multiple AQHA point earners in many-combined division, earning countless AQHA points and hundreds of AQHA Incentive Fund earnings. Sweet Talkin Chip stands for $1,500 at Down The Rail Performance Prospects with Joe Jeane in Aubrey, Texas. His service has been donated to Wishing Star by owners Bret & Candy Parrish. Transported semen is available.
THE POWER TO IMPRESS: After several years, Wishing Star is excited to have back in the line-up for the Gallop, three-time AQHA Reserve World Champion, Superior Halter Stallion, The Power To Impress. His name goes with his show and siring record! He possesses the most desirable characteristics and bloodlines in today's Quarter Horse world. He has the style, size and great athletic ability necessary for today's competitive show ring, yet still has all the characteristics for which the American Quarter Horses are famous. The Power to Impress is really throwing himself to his offspring. Just like their sire they are unique in their deep, heart girths, gaskins and forearms, angles of their shoulders, level toplines, deep big hips, and long beautiful necks. As of June of 2001, The Power To Impress had sired 138 foals. Of them 31 are AQHA point earners, earning in excess of 940 points. Twenty hold AQHA Halter ROM's, 1 Canadian National Champion & Canadian National Supreme Stallion all Age, 5 are AQHA Superior Halter Horses, two Cadillac Power, and Youvegotherightone were both AQHA Reserve World Champions, 2 Performance horses, and 7 have been Top 10 at the AQHA World Show. The Power To Impress has sired multiple cropouts. In 16 APHA foals sire by him, 2 are APHA World Champions, 3 are APHA Reserve World Champions, 8 have been Top Ten at the World, 19 ROM's, and 9 Superiors earning over 859 APHA points. This outstanding bay stallion holds the top pedigree of World Champions in the Quarter Horse Industry. His sire is World Champion, Tardee Impressive. His dam is, St. High Society. At the 1997 AQHA World Show, five of her foals were in the halter division. Four were in the top ten; one was a Reserve World Champion. In addition, one of Powers daughters Magic In Your Eyes sold for $47,000 in the Champions of Champions Sale, going on to produce the 1997 AQHA World Champion Weanling Stallion. Owned by Devon Farms, Mark & Deanna Akin of Purcell, Oklahoma, The Power To Impress stands for $1,500. Tested N/H - (Not Symptomatic). Transported semen is available.
DESIGN BY CONCENTION: Back in the auction this year comes the most talked about 4-year-old stallion in the Nation Design By Concention. He was shown as a yearling in the Northwest and Canada. As a two year old he finished his Superior and continued on to finished the 1999 show season as third in the World for Two-Year-Old Stallions at the AQHA World Championship Show in Oklahoma City. He repeated that same title (once again) last year as third in the World for Four-Year-Old Halter Stallions. He is sired by Concention, AQHA World Champion; AQHA Leading Sire of AQHA World & Reserve World Champions. Design By Concention's Grandsire on the topside is Obvious Conclusion, Two-Time World Champion, and AQHA Leading Sire of World and Reserve World Champions. His dam is My Approval, AQHA Superior Halter mare, and dam of a World Champion is an own daughter of Approval, AQHA World Champion and sire of Reserve World Champions. His first foal crop has hit the ground this season. They are everything his owner had expected! Designed to continue his family heritage of 100% World Champions and World Champion producers, this is your opportunity to breed to one of the fastest up-and-coming sought after young stallions in the AQHA Industry! Design By Concention will stand for $1,500 at Edgewood/Lanning Inc. in Pilot Point, Texas. Tested N/H - (Non Symptomatic). Transported semen is available.
GREAT RED PINE: Wishing Star feels privileged to offer another hot Reining Stallion standing in the great Northwest, Great Red Pine. This 1988 Dun stallion is sired by Great Pine one of NRHA's Leading Sire and Maternal Grandsires, also a member of the NRHA Hall of Fame. His dam, Nifty Jodieann, was recently inducted into the NRHAs Hall Of Fame. She, too, is one of NRHA's leading producing dams. Great Red Pine was the horse to beat in the 1991 and 1992 aged events. He started his career with a co-champion at the OVRHA Futurity. He went on to win the first go of the Congress Futurity, tied third on the finals, and then finished fourth in the NRHA/OKC Futurity. The following year, Great Red Pine placed fifth at St. Paul Derby, won the Limited Open Carolina Classic, then moved on to the Superstakes for the Limited Open Championship and the Open Reserve Championship. He finished the year with a Reserve Championship at the Congress in Junior Reining. Great Red Pine is the highest money earning son of Great Pine, earning over $60,000 in sixteen lifetime runs with the average score of 220. Great Red Pine's offspring are following in their sire's footsteps. Such is true of: Wendy Red Pine Youth 18 & Under Championship at the 1996 NRHA-OKC Futurity; and most recently, Miss Tinseltown with rider Tim McQuay - winning the National Reining Breeders Classic Open Championship. Miss Tinseltown wowed the crowd as McQuay's last finalist with a 233.5 score. McQuay praised Miss Tinseltown, "I don't think there's another one out there like her. She's a great mare. She's gritty like a stud - the harder you ask her, the harder she tries. It's hard to find a mare that has that grit, because a lot of mares just can't take the pressure," he said. Miss Tinseltown was scheduled to show in the NRHA Derby in May, with a foal by Footworks Finests due in the spring of 2000. McQuay also bred Miss Tinseltown, via embryo transfer, to Hollywood Dun It. Last year Great Red Pine ranked #7 on the NRHA Leading Reining Sires list. Up from #9 in 1999. He is #19 on the NRHA All Time Reining Sires List. In addition Great Red Pine along with three of his get are on the top 100 All Time Leading Reining Horses List. Two of his get were top 6 finishers in the 2000 NRHA Open Futurity. Great Red Pine is owned by Starr Horses in Hayden, ID. He will stand the season for $2,500. Transported semen is available.
PRIME TIME CHEX: "As precise as a quartz digital and as flashy as a Rolex", this 1988 chestnut stallion, has been a huge success in the show ring. Prime Time has proven bloodlines with his sire, Hollywood Jac 86, and his dam, Linda Chex, the 1986 Reserve World Champion Senior Reining horse. Prime Time has proven himself winning the Hollywood Reining Royale Championship for 4-year olds; the Blue Ribbon Saddle Circuit Championship in Junior Reining; Limited Open NRHA Futurity Champion in Oklahoma City; Reserve Champion in the limited Open at the Lazy E Classic; winner of the Blue Ribbon Classic $7,500 NRHA Open Championship, the Lazy E NRHA Open Championship; the $1,500. NRHA Open Championship at Del Mar, the $3,500. NRHA Open Championship at Santa Barbara, and was Reserve Champion of the $5,000. NRHA Open in Bakersfield. He climaxed his show season by winning the NRHA $5,000. added Saddlesmith Open Championship. Ridden by John Slack, Prime Time Chex earned the number three spot in the 1994 NRHA Top Ten Open standings, with earnings exceeding $14,000. Prime Time Chex is a talent and great-minded athlete with the looks to go. While spectators may miss this AQHA Superior Reining horse now that he is retired from the show ring, Prime Time Chex's get will keep the hands of the clock turning. His first breeding season, he was limited to only six mares. Four of his six offspring made it to the winners circle their first show year with winnings of over $70,547. Among the Champions are The Real Deal, Prime Oak, Perfectly Prime Time, and Prime Time Delight. Prime Time Chex is enrolled in four equine incentive programs. The NRHA Sire & Dam Program, AQHA Incentive Fund, The National Reining Breeders Cup, and the National Reining Cow Horse Association Subscribed Stallion Program. Prime Time Chex is owned by David & Lisa Anderson of Calgary, AB, Canada, and presently stands for $2,000 (Canadian Funds). Transported Semen Available.
GREAT PINE JR.: An own son of one of the all-time leading sires of NRHA money earners and NRHA Hall of Fame, Great Pine. His dam is Elderberry Hon, a direct descendant of the first NRHA Hall of Fame Horse, Continental King. Shown twice as a four-year-old, Great Pine Jr. placed as a finalist in the Carolina Classic and then went on to win the AQHA All American Congress in Jr. Reining - out of 90 entries! In 1996, this talented stallion earned his ROM in Reining and qualified for the AQHA World Show. In 1997 he returned to the showring earning the titles of: Washington Reining Horse Association's Open Champion, WRHA/NRHA affiliates Limited Open Champion and Open Reserve Champion, and CTRCA's Open Senior Horse Champion. He has stood to a full book of nice mares for the past four years. His first foal crop hit the ground in 1997. These offspring display their sire's natural athletic ability and willingness to learn. Several are in professional training and doing very well. With amazing powerhouse stops and unbelievable good temperament, this flashy stallion can only enhance the already spectacular Great Pine dynasty. He is owned by Larry and Monica Mellroth of Cheney, Washington, and stands for $1,000. As well as being AQHA registered, he is APHA approved, and registered with FQHA and NFQHA.
A LITTLE SHADY JAC: This outstanding Reining Horse is a 1988 dun stallion with NRHA Earnings over $17,500. Truly a natural performer, A Little Shady Jac's show record includes: NRHA Bronze Trophy Winner; 5th, at the NRHA Derby Open; and 9th, at the NRHA Futurity Open. He is sired by NRHA Million Dollar Sire Hollywood Jac 86. His dam, Shady Ruckers Pine, is and own daughter of Great Pine. She herself, is a Bronze Trophy Winner and dam of The Jack Be Nimble, earner of over $40,000. At the 1999 NRHA Futurity (as ranked by money won by offspring), A Little Shady Jac himself was #23 on the list of Sires. The get of this stallion are already winning. A Little Shady Jac is presently standing for $1,500. He is owned by Rachel Cox of Adin, California. Transported semen is available.
HOT ATTRACTION: This 1990 dark bay stallion is an own son of the legendary Hotrodders Jet Set. He is a proven show horse with a total of 79 AQHA points and a Superior in Open Western Pleasure. As a two year old Hot Attraction placed 7th out of 75 at the All American Congress in Ohio. As a three-year-old he had two wins in the National Snaffle Bit Limited division. Hot Attraction's dam Delea Siemon, was the 1995 Leading Dam of Western Pleasure Futurity Winners with earnings of $39,947. She also has a Superior in Western Pleasure, and was a World Champion in Amateur Western Pleasure. Hot Attraction has his fifth foal crop on the ground this year. His babies are outstanding movers with great dispositions. Hot Attraction is owned by Bill & Kim Behrens of Behrens Farm is LaCenter, WA. He stands presently for $1,200 and transported semen is available.
MALTESE FALCON: Sired by World Champion Sir Impressive. Maltese was purchased in the Spring of 1992 and is owned by Larry & Lori Wilkerson. He holds 24.5 Open Halter points with 13 Grands and 12 Reserve Grand Championships. He stood Grand or Reserve every time he was shown. To date, Maltese has 94 registered AQHA foals with 33 of these foals being shown and earning over 310 AQHA points. He also has 4 APHA foals with one a Superior Halter Horse at the age of two. His oldest foals in the Northwest are seven years old and have won or placed in many of the Northwest's major AQHA and APHA Futurities. His get have earned over $30,000 in futurity winnings. Many of Maltese's get are following in their sire's footsteps and earning a name for themselves. Among those are: Dun Teasin, ROM's in Amateur and Open Halter; All Rielled Up, purchased by Greg Whalen, Cow Palace Champion, 1995 NWCSSF and Circuit Champion, ROM's in Open, and Youth Halter, AQHYA World Champion - 4th place in 1996; The Star Teaser, ROM's in Open, Amateur, and Youth; Serenitease, Amateur Superior Halter, Canadian National Champion. Two Blue For You, Amateur ROM; Fistful Of A Tease, Youth ROM (in two shows); and the list goes on. His get have earned $8,925 in AQHA Incentive Fund money. Maltese was the High Money Earning Sire for the Northwest Congress Stallion Service in 1998, and owners Lori & Larry Wilkerson won the High Point Breeder Award in 1997, 1999, and 2000 for the state of Washington. Wishing Star is blessed to have this magnificent stallion back in our line-up for his seventh year. Maltese stands for $1,000 at Wilkerson Ranch in Kennewick, Wa. He is tested HYPP Negative/Negative. Transported semen is not available.
IMPRESSIVES DEUCE: Grand and Reserve Champion at halter. Sire of World Champions (5th and 7th place.) Sire of multiple futurity and halter class winners, ROM's in Open Working, Youth Halter, Youth Working, Amateur Working, Superior Western Pleasure, Cutting & Barrel Racing offspring. His get have won over $30,000 in halter futurities. He is also the sire of APHA winners, and an APHA Champion. This jet black stallion is sired by Impressive, out of an Otoe granddaughter. He stands for $750 in Milton-Freewater, Oregon with owners John & Diane Morris. He has been tested HYPP Negative/Negative. Transported semen is "not" available.
SHADOWS SECURITY: Superbly shown, Shadows Security is a Grand & Reserve Grand Champion Halter Stallion. He holds multiple circuit Championships, placed 3rd in the prestigious Tom Powers Yearling Longe Line Futurity, was Circuit Champion Yearling Halter Stallion at the Texas Classic, and was Top Ten in the NSBA Yearling Longe Line Futurity. He is sired by Leaguers Shadow, Superior Western Pleasure; 1993 AQHA Reserve Hi-Pt. Western Pleasure Horse, and 4th in Aged Stallions at the All American Quarter Horse Congress. Shadows Security's grandsire is Im A Big Leaguer, sire of Futurity winners, Show R.O.M.'s and Halter Point Earners. Shadows Security's dam is Absolutely Hot. She is an own daughter of Hotrodders Jet Set, World Champion Jr. Western Pleasure, 3rd Leading Sire of Performance Horses, and sire of Superior Performance Horses. This year 2001, Shadows Security's oldest foal crop (now four-years-old), are winning in Pleasure, Novice Western Pleasure, and earning High Point Titles. Shadows Security will stand at R Ranch in Klamath Falls, Oregon for $800 with owners Ken and Carol Russell. Transported semen is available.
INSTANT ROMANCE: Winner of the Northwest Quarter Horse Congress Halter Futurity, placing first under all three judges. Sired by legendary Triple's Image, Instant Romance is out of a daughter of McLeo Bars. As expected, the quality of his foals are superb! He stands for $1,000 at Wegner Ranch in Ellensburg, Washington with owner Ray Wegner. Transported semen is not available.
KELARGO GOLD: This impressive golden palomino stallion Kelargo Gold, stands 15.3 hands high, and is also registered with P.H.B.A. His show record calls attention to himself as his titles include: 20 AQHA Halter Points; Open ROM Halter; 1997 Washington State Quarter Horse Association's High Point Open & Amateur three-year-old Stallion; 1995 Washington State Quarter Horse Association's High-Point Yearling Stallion, High-Point all age Stallion, and Washington Bred High-Point Champion. He holds multiple Futurity wins, and Grand Championships in halter. He is sired by Lucky Sucker, producers of ROM arena and halter; AQHA Superior Halter in Open, Amateur and Youth and is a World Champion PHBA. His get have earned points in Halter, Western Pleasure, English Pleasure, Hunter Hack, Roping, Barrel Racing, Pole Bending, Trail, Horsemanship, and Hunt Seat Equitation. His dam is Kelos First Gold, who's sire was Kelo. She placed 2nd as a weanling out of 40 at the Solid Gold. It was her only time shown. She is also the dam of ROM and Superior Halter in Open, Amateur, and Youth and a World Champion PHBA in Amateur and Open. Owned by and standing at Collins Quarter Horses in Selah, Washington, the stallion fee for 2002 will be $650.
SHADOWS MVP: Wishing Star is honored in having another great stallion in its sale owned by Kruger Ranch. We welcome their AQHA black stallion, Shadows MVP. He stands 16hh, with a head, neck, balance and correct conformation that gives him the ability to cross with both Performance & Halter type mares....with great results! He is an own son of the well known AQHA Stallion Leaguers Shadow, who earned his AQHA Superior Western Pleasure rating with over 150 points and also earned AQHA points in Halter. With the bloodlines of such greats as: Ima Big Leaguer and Barpasser in the mix; the bottom side of Shadows pedigree shows a selective cross to a producing AQHA daughter of Brother Can by The Continental. Purchased by Harold & Debbie Kruger to stand at their breeding facility in Coeur d'Alene, Idaho; the Krugers have already realized success in the breeding barn and the show ring. Shadows MVP is being campaigned at the shows - on the off breeding season - in Western Pleasure, Hunter Under Saddle, Hunter Hack, and Trail. Shadow is nominated into the AQHA Incentive Fund, Northwest Tri-Star Futurities and other Breeder Incentive Programs. He is also approved for breeding with APHA, and ApHC. In today's horse world, there has become a distinctive difference between horses that Halter verses horses that Ride. This stallion has the ability and proven pedigree that allows him & his offspring the versatility and ability to be a Champion in all disciplines! His foals are on the ground now and are everything his owners had expected! He will stand at the Kruger Ranch for a standing fee of $600. Transported semen is available.
SIERRAIOUS: This 1996, 16hh, bay stallion earned the title as Washington State Quarter Horse Association's High Point Yearling Stallion for 1997. As a Three-year-old with limited showing, and a busy breeding season, Sierraious still managed to amass a successful show season. His first show debut was at the NWSC where he earned 2 Grands, 1 reserve and a Circuit Championship. Once again, shown at the Bronze Classic Quarter Horse Show he earned 4 Grands and another Circuit Championship, which the qualified him for the 1999 AQHA World Show (from only two circuits shown). His show season did not stop there; he continued on to earn an Open & Amateur Circuit Championship title at the Kaniksu Quarter Horse Show, and finished the season as a Northwest Quarter Horse Congress Circuit Champion. Sierraious is sired by World Champion & World Champion sire, Sierra Te by Te N'T, a leading sire of World Champions. His dam, Fancy Jean Moore, is by Two-Time World Champion, Quincy Feature by Sir Quincy Dan. Sierraious is currently being successfully shown for the 2000 show season, and campaigned for the 2000 AQHA World Show in Amateur and Open Halter. He standing at PBW Quarter Horses in Hayden Lake, Idaho for $800. He is owned by Pete and Barbara Williams, and transported semen will be available.
CRUXIFIED: This six-year-old red dun stallion has been shown with limited showing. Judged many times as Grand Champion Halter Stallion. It's easy to see why! He is an own son of the four time AQHA World Champion, Diversified. The accomplishments of his world-renowned sire are part of modern day horse history. Diversified was an AQHA leading sire of World Champions, Congress Champions, Reining Futurity Winners, and Western Pleasure Winners. His grandsire was also a Leading AQHA producer, Mr. Conclusion, out of an Otoe bred mare. But there's more. The breeding of Diversified to Cruxified's dam, Skipa Snipper is an own daughter of the 1975 AQHA World Champion, Skipa Star. The best part is that the result of this proven, selective breeding stands before you here today through Cruxified. Cru as he is called, stands 15.2 hands high. He shows conformation and movement to sire great foals that will halter and ride. With his distinctive red dun coloring, he is strong with his dun factor being passed onto his foals. Cruxified is owned by J & N Quarter Horses, Jennifer Blandy of Newport, Washington. He will stand at Kruger Ranch for a fee of $650. Tested HYPP N/N.
INFINITIVE: Wishing Star is excited to have back in its Gallop line-up Reserve World Champion sire, Infinitive. Sired by a great son of Zippo Pine Bar, Flashy Zipper is a Leading Sire of Money Earners as well as an AQHA Leading Sire of Performance Horses. His aristocratic son, Infinitive, has been called "the best son of Flashy Zipper." Infinitive is out of the great Barneys Bonanza daughter, Rosita Bonanza. She is a producer of an AQHA Reserve World Champion, seven AQHA Superior's, with approximately 800 AQHA points earning offspring. Infinitive was shown on a limited basis attaining a respectable show record. He was the 1993 High-Point Washington State Junior Hunter Under Saddle, and Junior Performance Champion. In earning those titles he had stopped showing in June of that year, while others also in competition for the High-Point Awards continued through October. As a sire he is already gaining a record for himself. Infinitive is the sire of Performance and Halter earners, Year End Hi-Point, multiple Circuit Champions, Futurity Champions, Show All Around winners, multiple Register Of Merit earners in Open, Amateur, and Youth divisions, NRHA Earners, Superior Western Pleasure Horses, and a Reserve AQHA World Champion. His offspring have excelled in Lunge Line, Western Pleasure, AQHA's Horseback Riding Program, and National Reining Horse Competion. Such is true of Protege For JKA earner of $731.12 with the National Reining Horse Association, Sheez Zipabeau Doll, Open Superior Western Pleasure horse and Serious Distraction, Reserve World Champion Jr. Western Riding, Open High Point Western Riding Stallion, Open High Point Jr. Western Riding, and a Superior in Western Riding. To date of 69 foals that have hit the ground, 26 are Performers earning over 325 AQHA points, earnings over $8,091.31 in AQHA Incentive Fund, and $731.12 in the National Reining Horse Association. Owned by Joe Smith of Lewiston, Idaho, Infinitive now stands for $750.00. Transported Semen Available.
WESTERN CABERNET: With pride, Wishing Star offers a new breeding to its line-up in welcoming the well-noted Western Cabernet. This 1996 sorrel, 16.2hh, Superior Halter Stallion, with 35 Grands and 23 Reserves, is a AQHA World Champion Stallion 4x Top Ten, 2000 AQHA Congress Top Ten, Two-time AQHA National High Point Halter Stallion, 8th, sire of Register of Merit of Halter, Halter Grand Champion, and World Show Qualifier. Western Cabernet is sired by Western Impress. AQHA Superior Halter Horse, AQHA Leading Halter Sire, and the Sire of over 274 Foals, 125 Performers having earned 1498.5 AQHA Points, 8 AQHA Superiors, 43 AQHA ROM's, 1 AQHA World Champion, 2 AQHA Reserve World Champions, Multiple Congress Champion, 1 AQHYA World Champion, 1 PHBA World Champion, 1 PHBA Superior, 1 AQHA Superior, 1 APHA Congress Champion. Western Impress is sired by Western Impressive, AQHA Superior Halter Horse. Western Impressive is Sired by Pretty Impressive, sire of 122 Performers out of 254 foals who have earned a total of 3,657 Points, 21 Performance ROM's, 3 AQHA Champions, 16 AQHA Superior Halter, 5 AQHA Superior Performance, 4 AQHA World Champions, and 6 AQHA Reserve World Champions. His dam,Wines Impression, is an AQHA Superior Halter Mare, and the dam of 4 foals, 4 Performers, 1 AQHA Superior, 1 AQHA Reserve World Champion, 3 ROM's, who have earned a total of 123 points. Wines Impression is sired by Impressively Made, earner of 15 AQHA Halter points, sire of 10 Performance earning 200 points, 1 AQHA Superior. Western Cabernet bloodline has impacted the Quarter Horse Industry for many years. He is proudly owned by Tom and Melissa Sword of Canada, and will be standing for $800 at Edgewood/Lannings, Inc. in Pilot Point, Texas. Transported semen will be available.
RISE ABOVE: If you are looking to add beauty, elegance, movement and disposition to your broodmare string then take note of this outstanding young stallion and Rise Above. Being sired by World Champion Luke At Me adds not only movement and grace in the show arena but also a lineage of outstanding Quarter Horse and Thoroughbred blood like Dash For Cash, Secretariat and Bold Ruler. His thoroughbred dam, Absolutely Chats carries the athleticism of a fourth level dressage competitor and linage of Chateaugay and Mighty Man. This exceptional bay stallion has the blood of champions and has a proven Quarter Horse show record of his own in Hunter Under Saddle and Pleasure Driving. He has won many circuit titles, year-end awards and NSBA futurities. His 16+hh frame adds diversification to all broodmare strings. Cross him with your Western Pleasure mares to add flowing movement, a beautiful head and neck or to a Hunt Seat mare for track up, swinging hocks, and show appeal. Dressage mare owners take note, with this stallion's exceptional conformation, charisma, and athleticism your foal would be on the right track to excelling at upper level dressage tests. A sire of great beauty, conformation, and breeding wrapped up in an athletic and exceptional moving body with the mind of a proven Champion. Owned by: Mel & Jan Ames of Okanogan, Washington, Rise Above is standings for $1,000 at Sexton Equine Center. Transported Semen Available.
GALLOP PAINT HORSE STALLIONS
SUPER FAR OUT: Wishing Star Gallop's Highest Selling Paint Horse Breeding for the 1998 Service Auction is back in the line-up with the mission to grant wishes for children. He is a 1994 World Champion Working Cow Horse, and 1995 Reserve World Champion High Point Horse. In addition to being a World Champion his titles also include APHA Champion, and Versatility Award winner. He is also seven (unofficial) points from gaining three more Superior Awards, giving him a total of eleven Open Superiors, unequaled by any other Paint Horse. He is a California State All-Around Champion; #2 Lifetime APHA Performance Earning Stallion; holds 11 ROM's; over 900 Open APHA Points; 3 Honor Roll firsts & 14 Honor Roll Awards. He is the sire of World and Reserve World Champions; multiple Top Tens at the World; 2 Top Ten Open Honor Roll horses; APHA Open and Amateur Champions; multiple APHA point earners in Halter and Performance; Futurity winners; and R.O.M. offspring. Super Far Out has been the high selling Paint stallion service (several times) at Gallop, and is always a spectator draw at the auction - don't miss seeing this tremendous Paint Horse Stallion!! He stands for $1,500. in Klamath Falls, OR. with owners Ken & Carol Russell. Transported semen is available.
FLEET MACHINE: Performance Horse Paint Breeders...Here's your opportunity to breed to one of the greatest Western Pleasure Horses in the Paint Horse Industry, Fleet Machine. This Six-Time World Champion holds over 750 APHA points. Among his tremendous show record his greatest accomplishments were his World Championship titles. They include: 1994 Western Pleasure World Champion; 1995 Amateur Junior Western Pleasure World Champion; 1995 Open Junior Western Pleasure World Champion; 1995 Bridleless Western Pleasure World Champion; 1995 World Wide Congress Amateur Western Pleasure Champion; 1996 Amateur Western Pleasure World Champion (only class shown in), and 1998 Amateur Western Pleasure World Champion. He holds two ROM's and an Amateur and Open Superior in Western Pleasure. Fleet Machine is sired by, Mr. Norfleet APHA Champion; and Four-Time National Champion in Western Pleasure. His dam, Red Sonny Sissy, is an own daughter of Sonny Dee Bar. As well as being a World Champion producer, she is the dam of several Superior and ROM Western Pleasure offspring. As a breeding sire, Fleet Machine is producing offspring that have inherited his movement, disposition, and beautiful conformation. He is owned by Angie Brama, and will stand with breeding Manager - Al Schlender - outside of Stillwater, Minnesota for $1,500. Transported Semen is available.
CORPORATE IMAGE: Wishing Star welcomes APHA Reserve World Champion Halter Stallion, Corporate Image to the Gallop line-up. He is a 1992 chestnut stallion who is double registered with both AQHA and APHA. He is gorgeous to look at, very correct, and has a baby doll head. Other accomplishments earned by David (as he is called), include... Top Five in the Two, Three and Four-Year-Old Western Pleasure Futurity at the APHA World Show, and multiple Lunge line and Western Pleasure Futurities wins earning him over $15,000. He is a Superior Western Pleasure Stallion, and was the State of Oklahoma's High Point Jr. Western Pleasure Horse. Corporate Image is a slow-legged extremely deep-hocked natural mover. The great Barpassers Image, a World Champion producer, sires him. His dam is Sans MS Convoy, a phenomenal mare who is also a World Champion producer. She has produced such notables as National News and Leaguers Sandman. From his first foal crop Corporate Image is the sire of World Champion Incorporated, who is currently on the Honor Roll; Top Five World horses in Lunge line; Pleasure and Showmanship; Futurity's winners in Lunge line, Western Pleasure and Hunter Under Saddle. Owned by Mark & Deanna Akins, he stands for $1,000 at Devon Farms in Purcell, Oklahoma. Transported semen is available.
FEATURE: Sired by, Skippa Star Jr. Both grand sire, Skippa Star and Quincy Feature were World Champions. Feature is being shown successfully, earning his ROM's in halter and performance. Owner Carol Russell rode him in just one show, and received her Amateur ROM in Western Pleasure. His first foals hit the ground in 1993, and are everything that Russells hoped for. Feature's first foal, CR Elegant Feature, won four futurities, including the NWCC and Oregon breeders Futurity. She won more weanling halter classes than any other filly in the Pacific Northwest for 1993. Her first time out in 1994, she took two firsts and stood Grand Champion Halter Mare of the show. He is siring loud colored foals from solid colored mares. He stands for a Private Treaty in Klamath Falls, Oregon with owners Ken & Carol Russell. Transported semen is available.
COUNT FLEET: Painted Pines Ranch proudly offers a breeding to their APHA Champion, Count Fleet. His APHA Championship was earned in one season, accumulating 28 points in Halter; 15 points in Western Pleasure; an ROM in Western Pleasure; with additional points earned in Hunter Hack; Hunter Under Saddle; Working Hunter, and Western Riding. He has 11 Grand and Reserve Halter Championships; was the OSPHCC Hi-Point Aged Halter Stallion; MSPHC's Hi-Point two-year-old Halter Stallion; Reserve Hi-Point Aged Halter Stallion for NWCC; Reserve Hi-Point Jumping Champion for OPHC; and was the Hi-Point Senior Western Riding Horse at the Zone 1 Show. He stands for $700 in Sagle, Idaho with owners Jay and Danni Peterson.
KOOTENAI WILDFIRE: New to the Gallop line-up please welcome Paint horse stallion, Kootenai Wildfire. This 1998 dark palomino overo stallion stands 16hh. Campaigned successfully as a Yearling here in the Northwest, winner of the Tri Star Futurity, he was moved to the Midwest as a two-year-old to continue his promising career under the guidance of top Paint horse trainer Ronnie Stallings of Aubrey, Texas. There under the heaviest of halter competition, he earned his Superior in halter with a total of 60 lifetime APHA Halter points, multiple Grand & Reserve Grand Championships, and ending his two year old show season 11th at the APHA World Show in Two-Year-Old Halter Stallions. Adding to the mix of his pedigree the Quarter Horse bloodlines of Obvious Conclusion, and the Paint Horse bloodlines of Another Robin brings forth the results of this outstanding stallion for your inspection. He is sired by, Barlink Gold Rush, who is an own son of two-time National Champion Halter Stallion, Barlink Macho Man. His dam, Fancy As Lace, is a Superior Halter mare. Kootenai Wildfire or Buddy (as he called) has returned to the Northwest to stand to the public and begin his potential as a top notch-breeding sire. If you are looking for that superior bloodline along with conformation, disposition, and ability, look no future! We welcome your inspection of this fine young stallion. Kootenai Wildfire is standing for $850 at the Kruger Ranch in Rathdrum, Idaho. He is proudly owned by Sam & Deneice Fodge of Bonners Ferry, Idaho. Transported Semen Available.
RED SONNYS COPY: Wishing Star Gallop welcomes back to its line up, APHA Champion, Red Sonnys Copy. This stallion exhibits the best in an all-around versatility horse. From Halter and Longeline Futurities, and finally a career under saddle, a foal from Copy will prove to be a successful competitor. Red Sonnys Copy has garnished himself with 9 ROM's. Those include Halter, Western Pleasure, Trail, Reining, Steer Stopping, Heading, Heeling, Barrels, and Pole Bending. In 1998 he was on the APHA Reining Honor Roll all season, and was ranked 5th in the Nation. That same year, he also was the Zone-One All Around High Point Horse; NWCC High Point Senior Horse, and the Oregon Coordinating Committee's High Point Senior Horse. His first foal shown Copy Machine, successfully took the 1998 Zone-One Halter Futurity. Another yearling foal has been placing and winning in Halter and Longeline classes. Red Sonnys Copy is double bred Sonny Dee Bar by Red Sonny Dee. He currently stands in Colville, Washington for a standing fee of $650.
CLASSY WILL: This 1997 double registered APHA & Pinto, dark bay homozygous tobiano stallion is sired by the black & white tobiano stallion, My Macho Man, out of a bay tobiano mare, Classy Doc Tari, by One Classy Dude. His tobiano markers are BT-BT. This marker analysis indicates that Will is homozygous for the tobiano markers, meaning that all of his offspring will be marked with tobiano color pattern! His first two foal crops have arrived and are everything Kruger Ranch had hoped for. Will is a big colt, with the bone and muscle to do it all! He has already been judged a winner at halter. He was selected as the Grand Champion Paint Halter Stallion at the 1998 and 1999 North Idaho Fair, as well as several other impressive wins! He is currently being ridden by Cliff Kellmer in both Heading & Heeling. He has the breeding and ability to be one of the next "classic" sires of our time! Classy Will is owned by Harold & Debbie Kruger & Dr. William Tarnasky. He is standing at Kruger Ranch in Rathdrum, Idaho for stud fee of $600. Transported semen in available.
This concludes our 2001 Stallion Service line-up. Our stallion invitations have closed down for the 2001 line-up. Located on another page in this issue, you will see our Gallop Ad enabling you to update times, dates, and stallions involved for this year. Remember, these services will be good for the 2002 breeding season. This gives you an opportunity to shop ahead for the following breeding season. Check out these stallions and their facilities, know where your mares will be going, what kind of offspring the stallion produces, take a good look at the stallion, and know what mare care or transported semen costs you'll be dealing with.
Barbara Turner would like to share with you some children's requests for wishes to the Wishing Star Foundation.
Hi everyone! Being involved in the horse industry and with Wishing Star, many of you approach me with questions about Wishing Star the wishes and our children. Our wish kids are referred to us from lots of places and people. Neighbors, teachers, physicians, family, nurses, and friends, all refer children with life threatening illnesses to Wishing Star. Often the child's family knows the person who referred their child, but we receive anonymous referrals too. When a child is referred, Wishing Star contacts the family to see if they are interested in receiving a wish. By participating in the Wishing Star Gallop as a spectator, sponsor, booth exhibitor, stallion owner or committee member, you help make these wishes a reality. Be very proud of yourselves!
3-year-old Todd wishes for a "Wheelchair lift," he has Cerebral Palsy. 3-year-old Sam wants a "Swing Set," he has Muscular Dystrophy. 10-year-old Justin wishes for a trip to Legoland, he suffers from Intestinal Volvul. 7-year-old Atha wishes for a Exercise Spa, she has Muscular Dystrophy. 13-year-old Brandin wishes for a Recording Studio, he has Leukemia. 15-year-old Coleby wishes for a Computer, he suffers from Cystic Fibrosis. 20-year-old Jason wishes for a Professional Camera, he has a Cerebral Palsy. 4-year-old Tevin wishes for a trip to South Carolina to visit his Grandmother, he suffers from Metabolic disease. 16-year-old Pablo wishes to go on a Shopping Spree, he has Mediastinal Seminoma. 4-year-old Wesley wishes for a Computer, he has Neuromuscular Seminoma Failure. 3-year-old Devon wishes to spend a day with "Elmo," he has a brain tumor. 3-year-old Jordan wishes for a "Playground," she has Autism with multiple complications. 9-year-old Heidi wishes to go on a trip to "Memphis," she has Angelman Syndrome. 19-year-old Jamie wishes to go on a cruise with her family, she has Cancer. 18-year-old Mary wishes for a "Vehicle," she has Ewings Sarcoma. 8-year-old Todd who has Muscular Dystrophy; 9-year-old Veronica who has Burkitts Lymphoma; 3-year-old Syan who has Leukemia; 7-year-old Phillip who has Cystic Fibrosis all wish for a trip to Disney World or Disneyland.
HOW CAN YOU HELP IN WISHING STAR'S MISSION? This is a question we are asked by many people and there are a number of ways. One way, is to make a financial donation. It is a constant battle to raise the money to grant Wishes as quickly as possible. Another way, is to become a Wishing Star volunteer. Give some of your time. We have a number of people who volunteer through our office in Spokane and we can always use more. We also have chapters made up of volunteers in a number of communities where extra help is always needed. Those chapters serve the following areas: 1. Lewiston, ID. /Clarkston, WA. 2. Moscow, ID. /Pullman, WA. 3. Magic Valley/Twin Falls, ID. 4. Weiser/Payette, ID. 5. Coeur d'Alene, ID. 6. Boise/Treasure Valley, ID. 7. Tri-Cities, WA. 8. Yakima, WA. 9. Wenatchee, WA. 10. Sandpoint, ID. 11. Pocatello, ID. /South East ID. 12. Spokane, WA. 13. Walla Walla, WA. If you are interested in volunteering in one of these areas or need more information, call us at 509-744-3411. Give the greatest gift, help a child's dream, come true.
I am looking forward to seeing you all at the Wishing Star Gallop Stallion Service Auction on Saturday, August 19th!
Sincerely, Barbara J.Turner Gallop
Coordinator Wishing Star Foundation
Next month in Horse Previews' Gallop Edition, we'll be updating you on some very exciting things that will be going on at Gallop. Whether you're into sports, celebrities, music, dance, exhibits, stallion services, delicious food, collectors' items, or great entertainment, we have it all for you! Don't forget to pick up your Horse Previews Magazine next month for the only inside look at what will be happening at Gallop. For further information contact: Barbara Turner at 509-466-8719 or 509-744-3411. Wishing Star Foundation, W. 915 2nd Ave, Suite #2, Spokane, WA. 99201. http://www.wishingstar.org/