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Moore Heart Ache
Sire of the Future!

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Moore Heart Ache's story
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Mac and Gayle Shann know horses. They breed the best and they compete with the best. So when Mac says a particular horse has impressive credentials it is worth taking note and following the story.

Photo by Jess Doherty. One Moore Daddy & Mac Shann. 2010 Warwick Gold Cup.

Moore Heart Ache is one of these Mac Shann stories.

When Acres Destiny was the dominant sire in the campdraft arena Gayle suggested that they introduce some Acres blood into their brood mare band to join to their exciting young sire, One Moore Daddy. Mac agreed so the search began for a quality Acres mare.

In 2007 they were travelling to the NCHA Futurity to watch One Moore Daddy compete.  Todd Graham recommended Miss Heart Acre and took her along for them to inspect/ride. She was by Acres and out of a Champion reining mare Darwins Dilemma. Mac rode her and although he initially though she was immature in open spaces, the moment he worked her on a cow her desire and movement were evident, so they bought her on the spot!

Mac and his beautiful Acres mare then set about becoming one of the country’s leading Open horse and rider combinations in the sport. Mac says what sets her apart from others is her toughness and her ability to keep backing up run after run after run. At cow level and at competition level she just keeps shining and she has remained sound throughout enabling her to amass a list of Open Draft wins in major competitions.

Photo by Wild Fillies Photography. Miss Heart Acre & Mac Shann, Paradise Lagoons State of Origin.

Her brood mare career is no different and her foals exhibit the same ability and toughness.

Mac was handling One Moore Daddy youngsters, including two embryo colts from Miss Heart Acre. After routinely throwing a rope on Moore Heart Ache he commented to Gayle that they shouldn’t be gelding him. He was special from that first moment. His ability to sweep his front end effortlessly and turn with ease plus his movement as if he was on air impressed Mac and his future as a sire was cemented that very day.

He was broken in by Karen Howard as a 2yo and was still impressing Mac at every step, but Mac didn’t want another stallion to campaign and stand. They also knew that they would want to use Moore Heart Ache as a future sire at Cantaur Park so the decision was made to not sell the horse in case he was lost to them. The solution was to involve talented young horseman Trent Challacombe.

Trent was offered a half share in the young 2yo green broken colt and the opportunity to campaign him. The decision for Trent was immediate, a young colt by One Moore Daddy out of Miss Heart Acre coming with Mac Shann’s recommendation.

Trent was thrilled with his new colt from the get-go and his initial plan involved lots of work and no pressure of competition. This is still the plan as he and Mac agree they have a top shelf competition horse for many years to come.

Moore Heart Ache & Trent Challacombe, 2021 Powlathanga Stallion draft winners.

He started as a 4yo with his Futurity year where he had four starts for four very impressive scores. Trent admits he wasn’t after ribbons, he was only after a solid grounding and couldn’t have been happier. Covid then took care of the next year and he returned as a 6yo. Older and wiser he is showing all the competition traits of his mum with a cool mind, but a toughness to take care of the job.

He became an Open Horse incredibly early with a win in the Stallion Draft at Powlathanga and owners Mac and Trent agree he will be a horse of the future. Mac is thrilled that Trent will give the horse every opportunity and that he and Gayle will get to watch the MG brand go round on yet another Cantaur Park champion.

Mac’s assessment of the two young embryo foals that very first handling is also justified when Moore Heart Ache’s full brother was sold at Landmark for $40,000 as a 3yo gelding. Purchased by Peter & Shari Knudsen, Daddy’s Heart Ache is now an extremely impressive campdraft horse and is continually adding to his already impressive list of results.

Both Trent and Mac have bred to him, and the excitement is already there for the progeny. Well-structured yearlings showing all the traits of their incredibly well credentialed parents indicate that this is a blood line that will offer ability and added scope to any breeding program.

Progeny
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Both Trent and Mac have bred to Moore Heart Ache, and the excitement is already there for the progeny. Well-structured yearlings showing all the traits of their incredibly well credentialed parents indicate that this is a blood line that will offer ability and added scope to any breeding program.


Trent & Vanessa’s 2020 foals.


The first foals bred by Mac & Gayle Shann

 

CANTAUR MISS SUNSHINE

  • Mare
  • 1/11/2018
  • Dam: Cantaur Park Moonshine
  • AQHA #A1-12994
  • Sold as a weanling.

CANTAUR PARK HOSTESS

  • Mare
  • 11/11/2018
  • Dam: Glen Bryde Tess Destiny
  • AQHA #Q-93813
Results
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2019 - 2021

2021

  • WINNER Powlathanga Stallion Draft, thus making him an OPEN Horse.

2020

  • No competition due to Covid.

2019

  • Four Futurity starts for four very impressive scores.
Pedigree
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Sire: One Moore Daddy

One Moore Daddy’s achievements are endless.  Included are:

Cutting:

  • Finalled in all 3 he competed in

Challenge:

  • WINNER of Rocky Rush – (by 5 points) competing against 5yr olds
  • WINNER of Monto Challenge – (by 28 points)
  • WINNER of Cloncurry Stockmans Challenge (by 23 points)
  • WINNER of Paradise Lagoons Challenge (by 29 points)

Campdraft

  • WINNER Cut-Out
    Gold City Open Draft, Gold Cup Final, Paradise Lagoons Stallion Draft, Moranbah Open, Paradise Lagoons Acton Open, Res. Springsure Open Draft
  • WINNER
    Hughenden Open, Bowen River Golden Spurs, Twin Hills Maiden Draft, Springsure Draft

View One Moore Daddy’s full profile >>

Dam: Miss Heart Acre

Miss Heart Acre, aka MISSY is by the Acres Destiny out of a Darwin Doc mare called ‘Darwins Dilemma’ that won the NP Reining Futurity & NP Ladies Reining in the same year.

Missy is Winner of 9 Open drafts to date (inc Clermont Gold Cup), and has placed 2nd in 2 big drafts (run-off for Paradise Lagoons Acton Open) & 2nd in Chinchilla Grandfather Clock.

Her results are so extensive they are listed in 3 graphics (opposite/below).

Missy had 2yrs off having Mr Con (Conman colt – 2019).  What a grand return in 2021 when she won the Clermont Gold Cup Rest Open, running a 93 in the final, with 68 for horsework.

Full brother: Daddy's Heart Ache

Full embryo brother to Moore Heart Ache.  Sold at Landmark for $40,000 as a 3yo gelding to Peter & Shari Knudsen.

Daddy’s Heart Ache is now an extremely impressive campdraft horse and is continually adding to his already impressive list of results.

Studbook
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Registration: #A3-821
Foaling date: 27/10/2014
Colour: Liver Chestnut
Height: 15hh
Breeder: Mac & Gayle Shann
Current Owner: Mac & Gayle Shann and Trent & Vanessa Challacombe
HERDA: N/R
HYPP: N/R
OLWS: N/R

VIEW FULL INTERACTIVE PEDIGREE CHART >>
(Click on PEDIGREE TAB within icompete)

 Sire: ONE MOORE DADDY  DMAC DADDY (IMP)  SMART LITTLE LENA
 MOMS STYLISH KAT
 ONE MOORE SPIN  DOC’S SPINIFEX (IMP)
 ONE MOORE ROC
 Dam: MISS HEART ACRE  ACRES DESTINY  BOB ACRE DOC
 SAN JOSE HICKORY
 DARWINS DILEMMA  DARWIN DOC
 TESS
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2021

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Photo Gallery
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Retreat campdraft

Video Gallery
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2021 Powlathanga Stallion Draft – 88 (22 62 4)


2021 Clermont Gold Cup Restricted Open – 86 (22  60  4)


2019 Nebo Futurity – 87 (21 62 4)

Contact

Trent Challacombe
“Marathon Downs”
Capella QLD

Tel: 0428 336 930
E: tjchallacombe@hotmail.com


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