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"DOUBLE JEOPARDY!" - Old Horse Show Trivia

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  • #81
    IC Blue Shadow was ridden mostly by Constance(TT) Howell in his early years before Alison got him(I think!) Marley had Better Than Blue and leased him out some....I can't remember the first time I saw him in the mediums, but I first one I can think of was when a niece of Missy Clark's was riding him at WPB.

    Here's one for the children of the 80/90's. What pony did Kelly Farmer ride to her AHSA Pony Medal Final win, and what horse did she ride to her ASPCA Final win, and for a bonus, what year did she win each?
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    • #82
      <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><font size="-1">quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by Zaboobafoo:

      Here's one for the children of the 80/90's. What pony did Kelly Farmer ride to her AHSA Pony Medal Final win, and what horse did she ride to her ASPCA Final win, and for a bonus, what year did she win each?<HR></BLOCKQUOTE>

      Kelly won the Pony Medal in '89 on Change of Heart. She won the ASPCA Finals in '94, I think she rode 14 Karat, but I'm not certain.


      • #83
        Ahh you beat me to it Indy! For once I knew the answer! But to make myself feel better, I will post my own question:

        Name the two Canadians who have won the AHSA Medal finals, including their horses' names and year.



        • #84
          is Laura Tidball who won the Maclay on the equitation horse Glen Owen and trained with Tim Kees. The year had to be 1979 or 1980. Could the second one be Eryn Ballard?


          • #85
            Kelley rode Missy Clark's Harley to win the Maclay.

            Now, cutelilpony asked about Canadians in the Medal, not the Maclay. The only Canadian I know of who won the Medal won it the same year Kelley won the Maclay - Melani Walter.


            • #86
              Wasn't the chestnut that Rodney rode called Quiet Flight?


              • Original Poster

                <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><font size="-1">quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by MargaretF:
                Wasn't the chestnut that Rodney rode called Quiet Flight?<HR></BLOCKQUOTE>



                • #88
                  Another March.


                  • Original Poster

                    Emmett, I know YOU know the answer to the other Rodney question (above) - the bay a/o horse - right?! LOL


                    • #90
                      That horse was brown, did the conf. and was owned by Mrs.Randolph.

                      The bay hunter? Lonesome Way? Nancy Bradley?

                      Another working horse from that era-Riot Free.


                      • Original Poster

                        Nope, not Lonesome Way. I KNOW you know who this is - read the second part of the clue again. Not CERTAIN that the horse did the regular division with him though....maybe just the green.


                        • #92
                          Having a senior moment.

                          But this thread is fun. Thanks for thinking of it.


                          • Original Poster

                            LOL You'll kick yourself when you think of who that person/horse is...!


                            • #94
                              Frances Rowe had a tremendous string of jumpers in the 70's. Name 5 brown/bay jumpers that she had at the same time, and who rode them.



                              • #95
                                Yup, you guys combined to get Kelly's wins right...she rode Change of Heart and Harley.

                                Now, what did she get on 14 Karat(who she rode some years ealier)

                                And what three horses did Meredith Taylor ride in, I believe, 1994, and what ribbons did she get on each in the AHSA, the WIHS, and the Maclay?
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                                • #96
                                  but.. quiet fight wasnt owned by harry s gil it was another march that I was thinking about!


                                  • #97
                                    Balbuco -- Conrad -- The Butlers
                                    Pueblo : same
                                    Second Balcony?

                                    Well, as I said, I would "start" the list.... Never said I could finish it...
                                    "He lives in a cocoon of solipsism"

                                    Charles Krauthammer speaking about Trump


                                    • #98
                                      but Second Balcony was with J & C after he was with Rodney. Frances never had him.

                                      Anymore guesses?



                                      • #99
                                        Old English...CH
                                        That's as far as I can go. Credit to LH for Pueblo.


                                        • I dont'think I saw the other Baskowitz sister answer: "Curtiss"..anybody know her whereabouts these days?