Alex and ShowJump are BOTH right -- I was thinking of Mrs Johnson and Super Flash and Fun and Games. Forgot they didn't have the A/A 's back then. Just goes to show you that, if Mrs Johnson could do the A/O's then we are wusses now about jumping 3'1"... Mrs. Johnson was the ultimate A/A rider. But she went in and rode around over those 3'6" jumps like a champ -- and occasionally got some nice ribbons.
LH2 --- Name atleast 3 of the original fancy ponies that took over the pony division in the early '60's and changed the pony world forever (both small and large). Extra credit for naming owners and riders.
LH3 Name two of Marvin Van Rappaport's horses and his farm name. Extra credit for knowing Marvin's business that enabled him to own these wonderful horses.
Somedays, the supply of curse words is insufficient to meet my demands.
LH3 -- Spindletop Showdown.... It was Spindletop Farm. Can't think of names of other horses although I know they are in my memory bank somewhere right next to the information about what business he was in.....
I rode a jumper out on Long Island a few times in the mid-70s who was called Klondike Kat that I was told Marvin Rappaport had owned, but I never did trust the person who told me that. He was a big chestnut, TB I assume, and I jumped my only 4' course on him.
You wanted owners and riders too? Yikes, this could take a while.
Midget: Nancy Baroody, Syndy Paul
Driftwood: Gail Hulick, Syndy Paul
Chantilly: Waverly Farm, Syndy Paul
Cockscrow Flair: Lucie McKinney
Crepe Suzette: Syndy Paul
Wizard of Oz: owned by the Burrs, ridden by Puddy Jones
Highfields Town and Country: Barbara Ulrichsen, Debbie Wolfe
Pride 'n Joy: Laurie Snyder, Nancy Baroody
Prim n' Proper: Debbie Cahn
Neat n' Tidy: James Hulick
Rebel: Judy Korn
Flying Mouse: Jane Leasure
Hot Shot Kid: Terry Rudd, Susie Rudd
Keswick: Peter Wetherill
Thorwell: Karen Nolte
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Here's a tough one and will show who the REAL trivia fans are: Two bays, one a TOP a/o mare in the 70's, winning many times at Indoors and probably more championships than any a/o horse before or since; the other, with a related name, out of the first horse, also champion many times in the regulars in the '90's. Both trained by the same trainer.
was named in reference to I.C. Blue Shadow. Both ponies were started at Road's End in the later 80's. Can't recall who rode I.C. first, before she went to Alison, but Kim Vernell rode Better Than Blue first and then he went to Goodmans and I am not sure at what point he "became" a medium.
<BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><font size="-1">quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by MargaretF:
Oh dear, I am REALLY guessing here, but is the first one Kim's Song, the wonderful horse owned by Bruce Duchossios?
No clue about the second....<HR></BLOCKQUOTE>
Nope.......and wasn't Kim's Song a chestnut?
Major clue: first horse owned by same person who was also winning with Perfect Stranger.
LH2. Midget and Nancy Broody. Do I get extra points for knowing her brothers name was David?
Smokey Joe and any or all of the Boyce�s.
Serendipity and Margaret Houseman
Penny Loeb and all of her ponies
LH3 Spindletop Showdown and Spindletop Count Fleet, later bought by Nancy Candib. (Pretty Smart, huh?) And his dining establishment was the Spindletop. Did ja know that his name wasn�t van Rapport, but Marvin Rapport and van was his middle name?