The Stock Foal class was very good to me. Rajun Cajun was second and third... and Sweet Side was first and first!
Good old Rugged Passion was first and third in the Appaloosa class.Hope you enjoyed these pictures. I still have a few more photos from the show to share tomorrow, but be sure to watch this space for a big announcement later in the week.
The Paint class was small but tough.
I was very pleased that Letter to Laredo did so well against that kind of competition!
The Mustang class. I own the War Chant in the middle.
A close-up look at Sherre's Stormwatch.
A really beautiful Desperado.
The Stock Breed Call Back table.
This is Sheila's lovely Scarlett resin.
The Longears class.
Draft and Longears Call Back Table.
Sherre's Fabio resin.
Another one of Sherre's ponies--this is an Otto painted by Deb Loveless.
Esther's U-Know resin.
My U-Know resin. Princess Buttercup won her first ever NAN cards at this show.
The foals had their Top Five Call Backs at the very end of the day. Five of these cute babies belong to me! While the Foals were being judged, I set up all my Top Five division winners with their certificates. Here they are. From left to right, they are:
- Poka Tia, an Eberl Lena resin customized and painted by Tiffany Purdy
- Zefyrr, a Kara Kush resin sculpted and painted by Andrea Kessler
- Letter to Laredo, a Sarah Rose Lone Star resin painted by Liesl Dalpe
- Vulcan, a Kathi Bogucki Dozen Roses resin painted by Melissa Mistretta
- Khemotigre, an Ed Bogucki Aashiq resin painted by Tiffany Purdy
- Validator, a Valor resin sculpted and painted by Carol Williams
- Rune, a Deborah McDermott Indian Silver resin painted by Sommer Prosser
- Adonis Z, an Eberl Valentino resin painted by Tom Bainbridge
- Balthazar, a Linda Lima mule resin painted by Suzanne Feld
- Inesperado, a Sarah Rose Deseoso resin painted by Cathy Walden
- Alyosha, a Mel Miller Fly By Wire resin customized mostly by me and painted by Tiffany Purdy
- Princess Buttercup, a Kristina Lucas-Francis U-Know painted by Hilary Schwafel
Table three. This was a small show, but there were still a lot of awesome horses on those tables!
Two of my models were awarded Over All Top Five honors. The first is little Sweet Side. She is a Carol Williams Parrs Dream Doll resin customized and base coated by Simrat Khalsa. I bought her as an unfinished project pony and did most of the finish work from the withers back.