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  • Didn't Scott Evans have him at his barn once upon a time?

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    • Megan Johnstone also had Cloth of Gold.

      Go Get 'Em Tiger!!!
      see ya

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      • Wasn't Short Stop also owned by Brookes and Street Moore?

        These threads bring back wonderful memories. Now if I could just get my hands on some Chronicles from the early 70s I'd be a happy woman.



        "What lamp has destiny to guide her little children stumbling in the dark?"

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        • Peter Pan was shown by Red Phohl (sp?)
          Come alive in 2005!

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          • The Moores had Short Stop for quite a while.
            Come alive in 2005!

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            • Barbara Camp had CHARLIE BROWN'S SNOOPY
              breeding her to Coed Coch Grey Cloud 3 times. She foaled 3 fillies: Glenmore Sally, Glenmore Peppermint Patty, and one who died as a 2 yo.
              She sent Snoopy to us (via the Vogtle's) to sell for her. Jessica (Ehrlich) showed her for six months. Snoopy was awesome...Champion or Reserve at every A show.
              We then bought Sally as a 3 yo out of Barbara's field...the rest, as they say, is history,
              Come alive in 2005!

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              • ROLLINGWOODS PICTURESQUE?


                *Pony Rock*

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                • What about these ponies...

                  Chase the Stars
                  Call My Bluff
                  French Silk
                  Shenandoah Sundowner
                  Cameo Role
                  Center Isle

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                  • ...of my small pony, Frosty.


                    *Pony Rock*

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                    • Another one...


                      *Pony Rock*

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                      • Final picture of Frosty...


                        *Pony Rock*

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                        • AnnM is correct on Highfields Fancy Footnote and She's Got Dots.

                          Glenmore Fun Enough was Jennifer Dolanski.

                          I don't remember if anyone mentioned Rain Check?

                          And does anyone remember one of my favorite larges, Galen Verizer? Lovely pony. A bit smaller than most in the division at the time.

                          Pony Rock - cute pictures!

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                          • LOVE FROSTY PICTURES!

                            How CUTE!

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                            • Takes me back... I just laugh at the harness on that hat, the stock pin... the whole outfit. [img]/infopop/emoticons/icon_wink.gif[/img] Good thing I've wised up!

                              How about Galen Peartree?


                              *Pony Rock*

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                              • Sharyn Cole bred all the Highfield's ponies. Murphy, Highfield's Fancy Footnote, was originally shown by cara Uhtermehle and then later by Caity Thomas (who won pony finals on Llandefalle lady slipper as a small, before Lindsay won on her as a mediuum). After fracturing his pelvis, Murphy became the world's best practice pony and is now teaching handicapped riding in NH.

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                                • <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><font size="-1">quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by Chewey:
                                  My old trainer, Mary Ann Thomas rode "Snooty" in the mid 80s...Ive seen many videos, haha. Very cute!<HR></BLOCKQUOTE>


                                  Chestnut large correct? Was in Miami at Karen Flynn's for awhile in the 90's.

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                                  • Patti and Mary gave me Meggi Dhu I still have her ! She taught so many kids to ride with me you wouldn't belive it!She is still going strong !She taught both of my kids to ride until it came to jumping then we moved on! She is a great pony !
                                    Brilyntrip

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                                    • Evan Coluccio

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                                      • Don't post much, but this is a fun thread to follow! Don't think anyone ever answered the Lister Flying Day question - I think that was Tracey Richardson. Also, Foxlair's Fascination was bred in NC and originally ridden by Kelly Ruff from TX. I think she also bought Devil's River after Amanda Lyerly had him. Of course, that was back when my memory was more intact!
                                        As a Lister fan - here's a few more:
                                        Liseter Gold Coin
                                        Liseter Goldilocks
                                        Liseter Fan Tan

                                        and my favorite although definitely not famous, Mustard Seed, who has been ridden by so many and is remembered fondly.

                                        Fox Lair Farm

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                                        • <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><font size="-1">quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by wondrlnd77:

                                          Chestnut large correct? Was in Miami at Karen Flynn's for awhile in the 90's.<HR></BLOCKQUOTE>

                                          Yah, big bodied chestnut with a big blaze and some some stockings or something.
                                          *Jessica*

                                          www.kbf.com
                                          www.heliconshowstables.com

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