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Date:7/25/2014 3:04:06 PM
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I had a nice ride on Sierra this morning, she did really well. She is getting better at loping now.
Thanks for supporting her in her run for HOTM!

So what’s Trash doing next? His years at stud (as of September 1998) have shown fewer than three dozen foals on the ground. There is a logical explanation; Many owners don’t want to breed their AQHA registered mares to non-registered stallions. If they do, their foals cannot be registered with the AQHA. On the flip side, the owners of paint mares are afraid of a foal with insufficient white markings.

But “Trash” wasn’t finished yet. In June of 1998, Bill Horn and Trashadeous traveled to the Bayer/USET Festival of Champions. Both spectators and contenders loved their performance, so Trashadeous might be able to compete again at a bigger level. The Horns hope that their stallion will be able to compete in the Cosequin/USET Reining Championships planned for this spring. The title will be a new one – the very first championship to be awarded in the newest USET sport.

Not only does Trashadeous demonstrate impeccable reining performance, he and his bloodlines also represents another larger moral. That ”One man’s trash is another man’s treasure”.

~Maria & Sierra~
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