Saskatchewan Paint Horse Club Report

SUBMITTED BY: SPHC PRESIDENT NICOLE GAUTHIER

Sask Paint Horse Club Raffle Horse

The SPHC agribition raffle horse, NSP Rich Brown Sugar aka “Sweets”, a buckskin overo yearling filly offered by La Plaine Quarter Horses and Paints.

Well yet another show season has wrapped up and although we had a rough start with the EHV-1 scare we finished off with a bang. I want to thank everyone who supported our club and our fall show in Saskatoon we had a great show and it was great to see some new faces and a great group of weanlings out. Congratulations to our futurity winners:

Jr. Hunter Under Saddle
1. PP Diamonds R Anasset – Mindy Kallay
2. Livin Big – Caylee Webb
3. PP Dressed N Black – Hayley Butz
Yearling Trail In Hand
1. Luckdiamonddandandy – Diana Nordal
2. Zippin By With Charm – Chris, Loni, Michelle Larsen
3. LP Deluxeinvitation – Henry and Nicole Gauthier
Yearling Longeline
1. Plenty of Pretty – Stephanie McMillan
2. Zippin By With Charm – Chris, Loni, Michelle Larsen
3. LP Deluxeinvitation – Henry and Nicole Gauthier
Yearling Triathalon Halter Class:
1. PP Dark N Desirable -Ron Gutek & Cathy Schryvers
2. Plenty Of Pretty – Stephanie McMillan
3. Zippin By With Charm – Chris, Michelle, Loni Larsen
Yearling Triathalon winner:
1. Zippin By With Charm – Chris, Michelle, Loni Larsen
2yr Old Western Pleasure:
1. Chips Tommy Boy – Jennifer Olsen
2. PP Blackasnight I Am – Mary-Ann Tourangeau
3. Ima Hot Party Girl – Rafter P Quarter Horse Ranch
Non-Pro Western Pleasure:
1. A Shady Investment – Melissa Miner
2. PRR Time For Scotch – Laura Martin
3. Dolly Sue Clue – Ronni Nordal
Jr. Western Pleasure:
1. Checkmate In Color – Teresa Cook
2. A Private Invitation – Connie Webb
Open Weanlings:
1. TF Heza Par T Tramp – Caroline Tester
2. TD Clue – Terri Carothers
3. Whatta Shady Finale – Melissa Miner
Weanling Mare Stake:
1. Classically Designed – Trena Badinski
2. Barlink Classy Star – Charlotte Carstens
3. LP Silent Chip – Henry and Nicole Gauthier
Weanling Stallion Stake:
1. TF Heza Par T Tramp – Caroline Tester
2. TD Clue – Terri Carothers
3. Keepin With Classic – Trena Badinski
Yearling Halter Geldings/Stallions:
1. Z1 Supreme N Ideal – Mark Atchison
2. PP Heza Dirty Chip – Cathy Schryvers & Ron Gutek
3. Chips for Whiskey – Kathy Donnelly
Yearling Halter Mares:
1. Z1 Sienna Supreme – Mark Atchison
2. Zippin By With Charm – Chris, Loni, Michelle Larsen
High Point Award Winners:
NOVICE YOUTH: MR SYLVESTER – Taylor Gardner
YOUTH 13 AND UNDER: ZIPT N BRONZE – Hayley Butz
YOUTH 14 – 18: MR SYLVESTER – Taylor Gardner
YOUTH WALK TROT: CLASSICALLY CLAYMADE – Tyson Gauthier
NOVICE AMATEUR: SAQ TWIST ZIP LEO – Stephanie McMillan
AMATEUR: PP DIAMONDSR ANASSET – Mindy Kallay
AMATEUR WALK TROT: THE BEST MAN – Lorraine Beaudette
JUNIOR HORSE: PP DRESSED N BLACK – Hayley Butz
SENIOR HORSE: SILENT SAMS PRIDE – Diana Nordal
SOLID PAINT BRED OPEN HORSE: PLENTY OF PRETTY – Stephanie McMillan
SOLID PAINT BRED YOUTH HORSE: A CLASSIC DURAMAX – Samantha Boxall
HALTER CHAMPION OF CHAMPIONS: Z1 SUPREME N IDEAL – Mark & Lynsay Atchison

I would like to thank all of our cash sponsors Airdrie Trailer Sales Ltd., Frontier Spay and Neuter Veterinary Clinic, Soilutions Ag Limited, Norsask Vet Group, Sasktel, Hyde Show Horses, Southend Tail Extensions, Sakakweyan Paints, Chaotic Cowgirl Western Wear, Chris and Michelle Larsen, R&D Auto Clinic, USHU Farrier Supply, Bazentine Equine Therapy, Win-Huyhn Ranch, Greg Gavelin, Lakeland Veterinary Services, Carpet Superstore, Pretty Valley Ranch, Nordal Farms, Cowtown, Hillview Paints and Quarter Horses, IRC Rehab, Gary Nett Contracting, and Prairie Solutions and Harke’s Performance Horses. Thank you so much for your support and helping make our fall show a success. I would also like to thank our volunteers, gate workers, ring stewards, trail setters, show secretary, show manager and everyone who helped out at the show. You were wonderful.

The inaugural meeting of the Sask Junior Paint Horse Club was held on Friday, September 9, 2011 prior to the Harvest of Colours show with about 12 youth from Saskatchewan, Manitoba and Alberta in attendance. The youth talked about forming a club in Saskatchewan in order to take more advantage of all that APHA has to offer, to potentially organize trail rides and clinics and to have fun as a group. They made decisions on the name of the club and elected an executive. Congratulations to new president Taylor Gardner; Secretary/Treasurer Melissa Miner and Reporter Audra Cooper. All members who purchase a $10.00 membership in 2011 receive a special Dana’s Doodles as a founding member.

Youth ended the evening with a Blast as they took turns at the Paint Pinata. Other Youth activities at the Fall show included a Scavenger Hunt on Saturday and the Western Pleasure Champagne Calcutta. Thanks to all those who purchased teams in support of the Youth club and to the riders who competed in this first ever class! Youth Advisors Lorraine Beaudette and Stephanie McMillan aided the members with their activities and along with (other Advisor) Tammie Cooper look forward to carrying out more exciting activities with the Youth. The youth had a blast at the show with a scavenger hunt won by Brittany Campbell and second place was Hayley Butz. The youth Callcutta competition was won by Shelby Mikolajczyk.

We would also like to remind the youth that the APHA photo contest submissions must be in by November 1st. Good luck everyone.

SPHC has chosen the agribition raffle horse. NSP Rich Brown Sugar aka “Sweets” is a dark buckskin overo yearling filly offered by La Plaine Quarter Horses and Paints. This filly is super sweet with a dappled buckskin body, bald face and three white socks. Tickets will be available shortly and you can purchase from any SPHC director or come on down to Agribition and purchase your tickets there.

Please stay tuned to the website for more information.
www.saskpainthorseclub.com

Comments

  1. “The SPHC agribition raffle horse, NSP Rich Brown Sugar aka “Sweets”, a buckskin overo yearling filly offered by La Plaine Quarter Horses and Paints”
    I disagree, look at:
    https://westfallhorsemanship.com/2014/07/15/what-color-will-a-paint-produce-why-is-the-foal-a-solid-color-what-is-homozygous/

    – Augustine

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