DECEMBER 1998 BACK ISSUE

Part of Horse Previews Magazine website. Posted on 12/03/98; 2:00:00PM.


December Paint Spots

By Jeri Stone

I want to thank all those who have contacted me to let me know their news so I can pass it along in this months PAINT SPOTS. Please keep the news coming - without shows to get us all together it is hard to find out your news if you do not let me know. Again thank you for all your help in keeping PAINT SPOTS full of up to date information every month.

We wish Rev Barchenger a speedy recovery - get well soon Rev!

Shelly Moore has recently had successful surgery to repair her injured spine - she had been getting around with a broken back - we wish her a speedy recovery.

Congratulation to the Cabana Family of Homer, Alaska on the birth of Kannen Shaw. Kannen has even been to his first horse show along with mom, Amber.

Katie Catie is now working for the Oregon Cattlemen's Association in Salem, OR. The is the Membership & Communication Coordinator. She is living in Salem with one of the Sorority friends.

ATTENTION: It is time to reserve you ad in the 1999 Northwest Paint Horse Directory. Contact Laura Canaday (503) 655-0521 for more information.

It was nice to see the wonderful write up on the Alaska Paint Horse Club's Show of Show in the November issue of the Paint Horse Journal. The Alaska Paint Horse Club will hold their 2nd. Annual Show of Show on August 21 in conjunction with the MSQHA Show.

Congratulations to the YDF Scholarships Award winners for the Northwest: Amanda Johnson from Aurora, OR and Annika Nelson from Burlington, WA. Also to Venessa Jannsen in WA, Chad Bolten in OR and Kate Hartman in Idaho for their YDF Scholarship renewals. As you can see the money from the YDF School Classes has gone for a very worthwhile cause.

Barlnk Tuff Money, owned by Terri Ashley and Joan Hawkins, has received his Superior in Western Pleasure. (unofficially)

Shannon Paxton and her grey Paint gelding, A Real High Note, won the 1998 APHA World Championship inYouth 13 & Under Horsemanship and was Top 10 in five events. They have shown at the world show the lasttwo years and have one World and two Reserve World Championships plus were Top 10 twelve times.

Mike Davis has recently returned to Central Oregon after spending the last few years in Washington.

Hugh and Julie Lobban have sold their Black and White daughter of The Big Easy to California.

At the fall Buckle Up Schooling Show in Hillsboro, OR Andrea Miollis and Barlinks Mr. Robin won the English and Western 13 & under High Point and Lauren Sprague and Scribbles Tuf Enuf won the English and Western 14 thru 18 High Point.

The 1998 Northwest Stallion Service Paint Weanling Halter Futurities and Auction was held on September 5 at the Clark County Fairgrounds in Ridgefield, WA. This futurity is hosted by the Southwest Washington PHC. High selling stallion this year was Mr Tenacity owned by Mike and Becky Alderman of Oregon City, OR.

The winners of the 1998 Weanling Futurities were: (I am sorry I do not have the amount of money won)

Mare Owners Fillies Division: 1st. Sweet Texas Wine by Texas On My Side owned by Dixie Barth . 2nd. (Tie) Handfull of Plastic by Jettarific owned by Cora Lea Clark and One Last Fantasy by Fantacys Last Son owned by Timothy Henricksen Mare Owners Breeding Stock Fillies Division: 1st. Barlink Sweetnothings by Sir Quinto owned by Cora Lea Clark 2nd. Tardees Lace by Tardee Express owned by Mark Voegele Stallion Owners Fillies Division: 1st. Tuffys Legacy by Too Tuff Bonanza owned by Ken & Kathy Wignes 2nd. SHR Sequoia Sands by Ida Skip owned by Norma Marshall Mare Owners Colts Division: 1st. Can Do Basic Colors by Can Do Full Color owned by Marian Belcher 2nd. Eternal Won by Jetaleo Bars owned by Christine Lantz Mare Owners Breeding Stock Colts Division: 1st. Dot Less Arnie by Mr Valentino owned by Pat Mann 2nd. Fist of Solid Gold by Sucha Fistful owned by Michelle Preston. Stallion Owners Colts Division: 1st (tie) Eternal Won by Jetaleo Bars owned by Christine Lantz 2nd. CCR ImpressiveOn Paper by Relentless owned by John & Lois Rogers 3rd. The Express Male by Tardee Express owned by Mark Voegele. Yearling Loungeline: 1st. (Tie) Sirtain Promise by Sirtainty owned by Richard & Arlana Sylvester & Sirtainly Ready by Sirtainty owned by Sandra Skok.

The Pacific Northwest Paint Horse Club has renamed their Paint-O-Rama - The Pacific Northwest Paint Horse Classic and there are new dates for this show - June 11,12 & 13. This club has also donated, as part of their quarterly donations of $250.00, to Dustin Whitford to help him to go to the National Judging Contest in Kentucky.

Ken and Kathy Wignes' colt, A Rare Dream was Reserve Champion in the Sierra PHC Futurity in the Early 98 Colts/Geldings Futurity, Tracy Sharp's colt, Heaven Help Me, was Champion in the Sierra PHC Breeders Classic Early Colts/Geldings of 98 and Chuck and Kay Simmelink's yearling filly, Barlnk Reba Mac, was Reserve Champion in the Fillies of 97 Futurity.

ATTENTION ALL YOU COWBOYS OUT THERE- we are looking for a number of "old" type cowboy boots to use at the APHA Convention 2000 in Seattle, WA. If you have any of these you would like to donate to a very worthy cause bring them to Linda Vance or Jeri Stone. It is not too early to start collecting these items.

The newest Paint Horse market is now South America.

Julie Herridge of Port Angeles, WA has sold her 2-year-old Paint gelding, Mr. Postman, to Amanda Sorensen of Lake Forest Park, WA.

The newest Breyer Horse model is Sacred Indian - a Paint (Pinto) Jumping Horse.

Felicity Van Runkle has sold to Patty Bronson a black & white Tru Bruiser daughter and is planning on showing her in Novice Amateur classes in 1999. Tom and Bonnie Lee of Emmett, Idaho have bought her Dun Homozygous filly, My Sweet T-bird, and her mother, Semi-Sweet Fleet, who is in foal to Work for Cash.

Felicity has recently bought CCR Mega Color from Crane Creek Ranch.

APHA has just published a Youth Source Book which will be mailed out to clubs around the first of the year, this will be like the regular Source Book that was sent to clubs last year. AJPHA will celebrate it's 25th. anniversary in 1999.

The British Columbia Paint Horse Club's 1998 Year End Award Winners are: Halter Mare: Super Miss Lucy owned by Cathy Glover, Reserve- TK Peaches and Cream owned by Wayne & Barb Chappel, Halter Geldings: BC Totalee Macho owned by Sally Saur Reserve - Why Not Hot owned by Devra Batdorf, Halter Stallions: IMA Dox Domino owned by Lynne Lucas, Youth 13 & Under -Jennifer Maddocks and Super Sir Cowboy Reserve - Vicki Maddocks and Watch Fancy Go Youth 14 thru 18 - Devra Batdorf and Why Not Hot Novice Amateur: Kim Shiels and Second Coat Reserve - Barbara Sudermann and Skyline Mat Amateur:

Louise Bruce and Branded Continental Reserve - Andy Hellquist and Master Son Senior Horse: Why Not Hot. Reserve - Watch Fancy Go Junior Horse: Super Sir Cowboy Western Horse & English Horse: Why Not Hot. Reserve - Super Sir Cowboy High Points for the BCPHC's Open Show Program were: In Hand: Cathy Glover/Super Miss Lucy Reserve - Barb Sudermann/Skyline Mat English: Lorraine Drummond/Ms Pressive Sierra Reserve - Cori Stephen/Leo Skip Packet Western: Skyline Mat Reserve - M. Joy Viel/Tall Hotn Handsome Youth: Hanna Martens/Iced Mickey Bar Senior: Barb Sudermann Reserve - M. Joy Viel.

Pam Kirkland and Foxys Miss Y have earned several Certificate of Recognition in the APHA OCAP Program. They were also High Point Paint at the Eddy McMurdo Benefit Show.

The Oregon Paint Horse Club newsletter, The Paint Press, is up and running thanks to the efforts of Ed Clark.

Cathy Ecker riding Skippin All Around were fourth in the Hunter Under Saddle Sweepstakes at the first MSQHA Horse Show in Anchorage, Alaska.

Terri Ashley and Joan Hawkins had a very successful trip to Las Vegas and Bakersfield. With the one exception that Joan's purse was stolen in Fallon, NV with a lot of cash and almost all her jewelry in it - they are hoping someone will turn in the jewelry. But on with the good news - Terri and Heza Rare Scotch won the Two-Year-Old HUS Futurity and the class average and Barlnk Tuff Money won the Two-Year-Old Western Pleasure Futurity and class average. Terry then showed Bare Footn Doll, owned by Bryce Sharkey, in the Three-Year-Old W P Derby and won that. Bryce Sharkey shown to a 4th. Place finish in the Non-Pro Open Derby. Bare Footn Doll went on to win the class averages in Novice Amateur, Amateur and Junior Western Pleasure classes.

In Bakersfield, CA Terri had entered Heza Rare Scotch in the HUS Futurity - had him braided and ready - went to dinner - came back to check the horses and found his face swollen three times bigger than normal - he had been bit by a black widow spider or something - Terri substituted Barlnk Tuff Money and with the help of Traci Olney who braided him at midnight was able to get him ready for a 7:00 am Futurity. They went on to win both the HUS and WP Two-Year-Old Futurities. Terri also won the Three-Year-Old Derby with Bare Footn Doll.

What a thrill and wonderful way to end the year. Both these shows were very large and gave wonderful awards to the class and futurity winners. Terri Ashley and Joan Hawkins have sold Barlnk Tuff Money to Shalynn McNabb of Bakersfield, CA. She will be showing him in the youth division next year.

If your club is interested in have a great speaker for your club meetings, year end awards or special events - Dr. Barbara Barke, who is a Veterinarian in Gold Beach, OR. She is an equine specialist in many areas and can be contacted at (541) 247-2461 or Bbarke@aol.com.

Cinder Rock Ranch has sold their last 98 foal, a Paint filly, to Mike and Rita Parker of Terrebonne, OR.

Word comes from the Simmelinks that Michele's mare, Barlnk Rumor Hasit, has received her regular Paint papers and Michele will be showing her and Barlnk Prize Money in 1999.

Gigi Cramer and Sally Paterson got a first class tour of the new fairgrounds in Redmond, OR. The Central Oregon PHC will be holding there Paint-O-Rama on May 29 and 30 at this new facility.

Lindy Swanson's gelding, Barlnk Double Tuff, has been sold to Yvonne Robeson of Morgan Hill, CA. This is the same gal that bought Barlnk Man to Man form the Jacobsons early this year. She will be showing in Novice Amateur classes in 1999.

Long time Paint Horse members, Howard and Maxine Yeager, have moved from Puyallup to their daughter's ranch in Eastern Washington. Howard has sold his last Paint gelding and bought a brace of driving horses - Paint's of course - Roseacre Farms bred. We wish them well in there new life and location.

The new APHA Gelding Plus Program should become a major factor in how APHA continues into the future - out of 52,000 horses registered with APHA in 97, only 2,000 were geldings. The newly elected APHA President is Pat Newman from Illinois, all other Committee members advanced one seat and the newly appointed 6th. Committee Member is Mr. Tom Elliott form Minnesota.

From the OPHB Triple Crown Meeting: On November 7th. the OPHB Triple Crown Committee met. The following are the new dates for the 1999 futurities. Yearling Halter and 3/4 Year Old Non-Pro Western & English - May 29 - 30 - Central Oregon PHC in Redmond, OR, 2-Year-Old Western & English and Yearling Loungeline - September 17,18, 19 - Cascade PHC in Central Point, OR, Weanling Halter and 3-Year-Old Western and English (the 3-year-old futurity dates are tentative) - October 8, 9,10 - Oregon PHC - in Salem, OR. Ed Clark is the new President of the OPHB Triple Crown with Chris Lantz, Tami Chastain and Steve Patterson being selected to serve on the Board of Directors. Edie Hill will remain as Secretary. This group is continuing their drug testing program which was established this year, there will be separate Non Pro Classes offered in Yearling Halter Fillies & Colts & Geldings (combined), Weanling Halter Colts and Fillies, 2-Year-Old Western & English but the Yearling Loungeline class will still offer the high scoring Non Pro award. Also, beginning in the year 2000 (with the foals of 2000) the OPHB Triple Crown Futurities will become open to all states and countries, doing away with the stipulation that one parent of the foal must be from Zone One.

The 1999 Pacific Northwest Junior Paint Horse Club officers are: President - Devra Batdorf, Vice President Talia Chandler, Secretary - Laneise Dyjak and Treasurer - Jenna Peterson. Youth Advisors are Teresa Chandler and Betsy Peterson. The PNJPHC will be selling Permanent Numbers again this year - contact Talia or Teresa Chandler (425) 334-0539.

Justa EZ Rider, Tracy Olney's two-year-old gelding, was the winner of the 2-Year-Old Western Pleasure open class at the Northwest Quarter Horse Congress and was first and second his class at the Las Vegas as well as doing well in Bakersfield.

The Northwest youth made their presents known in Bakersfield this fall - Monica Jesinghaus and Far Out Frost were High Point 14 thru 18 and Katie Creason and Financial Page were Reserve. This was a "fight" right down to the last class. We are very proud of you gals!

Northern British Columbia Northwest Stallion Service Auction has been developed to fund and provide a way for Northern B. C. Breeders and stock horse owners to promote and enjoy their stock horses. Funds raised through this Stallion Service Auction will benefit both stallion and mare owners by providing the opportunity to showcase their offspring in the Northwest Classic Futurities. The first weanling futurity classes will be offered in Vanderhoof in 1999. Their goal is to provide an enjoyable annual event that will open new opportunities for stock horse owners in Northern British Columbia. Contact: Barb Bowerbank (250) 692-4347, Liz Saunders (250) 696-3293 or Cori Stephen (250) 567-4532.

Until next month I want to say - "Keep the information coming and thank you." Jeri Stone (360) 295-3477 or e-mail me at: sptspots@toledotel.com or write me at 149 Coma Road, Winlock, WA 98596


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