Seligman Spin
When Performance Counts...Proof is in the progeny

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  • $65,000+


14/9/2020 to 14/1/2021

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Seligman Spin, 2000 Rocky Horse Sale.

Seligman Spin was purchased at the Rockhampton Horse Sale in November 2000.

Peter Gesler went to the Rocky Horse Sale hoping to buy a Playboy Roy gelding and to help Frank Green, but instead of finding a Playboy Roy gelding he kept getting side tracked by a 20 month old Spinifex colt Frank had to sell on behalf of vendors, Vince and Sally Bonello.

Frank had broken the colt in 6 weeks previous and Peter was amazed at what Frank had the horse doing in that short time. He was so balanced, travelled well and carried himself beautifully and most importantly, was working like a 3 yo. Peter thought he just oozed class.

After doing some home work on the colt and talking to the Minister of finance at home Peter & Debbie purchased the Palomino Colt with the name that was hard to pronounce.

Seligman Spin returned home to Frank Green’s stable to be trained as a campdrafter, but after 6 more weeks Frank suggested that he was special and his future should be in the cutting pen. He was set for the 2002 NCHA Futurity.

That year at the 2002 NCHA, the Open Futurity had a 25 horse Semi Final. Seligman went into the Semi Final performing well but he missed the 10 horse final by just ½ point. He won a round of the DDCC Futurity with a 149 point score but again missed the final.

Photo by Australian Horseman. Chris Gesler & Seligman Spin, Sydney RAS Open Non Pro Champions.

The following year 2003 he was changed to Todd Graham’s stable and his Derby year reaped the results that had always been expected. He was the NCHA Derby Champion and placed in all the major Age classes for the year. Similarly in his next two years in the Classic classes, he won and placed at all venues.

At Victoria he won the Classic and Open with Richard Webb aboard, which included having a runoff with the great One Hellofaspin.

Seligman Spin then became the ultimate family horse for the Geslers. Peter and Debbie’s son, Chris, won the Open Non Pro on him at the Sydney Royal when Chris was only 15 and Peter won both a $3,500 National Non Pro Title and a $10,000 National Non Pro Title.

In 2007 Seligman was competing at Tatura, in Victoria, when the EI broke out. By the time Peter got him back to Queensland and then the following period of no competition signalled the end of his competition career. He was 9 years old and had full time stud duties…so he never did get to the Campdraft arena.  But he has gone on to produce some of the best Campdraft horses in Australia.

Peter Gesler & Richard Bull.

Seligman Spins Performance record was truly outstanding.  In his time, he was one of the most consistent cutting horses ever to cross the time line in Australia. With lifetime earnings of $65,000+, Seligman Spin was the highest NCHA money earning son of the legendary Docs Spinifex.

In his six years in the cutting arena Seligman Spin was rarely out of a place at every event he went to, placing no lower than 6th in 11 of the 12 major aged event shows. Seligman was named Champion on 3 occasions & Reserve Champion another 4 times.  In 2007 Seligman Spin was shown in Non Pro events where he showed the same winning consistency.

Seligman Spin then stepped up to prove himself as a Sire, producing progeny that have excelled in all disciplines, including wins in some of the most prestigious events in Australia.

For over 20 years Seligman Spin has proven PERFORMANCE COUNTS and the proof is in his progeny.


Seligman Spin was one of the most consistent cutting horses ever to cross the time line in Australia. With lifetime earnings of $65,000+ Seligman Spin in the highest NCHA money earning son of the legendary Docs Spinifex.

In his six years in the cutting arena Seligman Spin placed no lower than 6th in 11 of the 12 major aged event shows. Seligman was named Champion on 3 occasions & Reserve Champion another 4 times.  In 2007 Seligman Spin was shown in Non Pro events ridden by owner Peter Gesler, where he showed the same winning consistency.

Results include:

  • 2015 ACA Finals – Champion Sires Progeny Award – 2nd.
  • 2007 AQHA HI-POINT Non Pro Cutting Horse
  • 2006 AQHA HI-POINT Cutting Horse
  • 2005 AQHA HI-POINT Cutting Horse
  • 2004 AQHA HI-POINT Cutting Horse
  • 2004 NCHA LEADING OPEN Four Year Old
  • 2003 AQHA HI-POINT Cutting Horse


In 2007 Seligman Spin carried Peter Gesler to win both the $3,500 & $10,000 National Titles. In a points year cut short to just 6 months by E.I. over $12,000 in prize money was won by Seligman Spin and Peter on their way to claiming these titles.

Seligman’s consistency in 2007 was amazing winning and or placing at every show they took him to. “I was just along for the ride, all the credit must go to my horse” was Peter’s comment when presented with his buckles at the 2007 National awards presentation.


  • SQCHA Condamine
    • $10,000 Non Pro – 1st  |  $3,500 Non Pro – 2nd
  • Dawson River Cutting Club, Moura
    • $10,000 Non Pro – 1st  |  $3,500 Non Pro – 1st
  • Wild Horse Cutting Club, Rollstone
    • $10,000 Non Pro – 4th  |  $3,500 Non Pro – 1st
  • Rocky Cutting Club, Gracemere
    • $10,000 Non Pro – 1st  |  $3,500 Non Pro – 2nd
  • Dawson River Cutting Club, Paradise Lagoons
    • Open Cutting – 4th (Jonathon Dudley)
  • C.C.C.C. Championship, Goondiwindi
    • $3,500 Non Pro – 1st  |  $10,000 Non Pro – 1st
  • C.C.C.C. Jackpot, Goondiwindi – $3,500 Non Pro – 1st
  • N.R.C.H.C Casino Show 1
    • $10,000 Non Pro – 1st  |  $3,500 Non Pro – 1st
  • N.R.C.H.A Casino Show 2 – $10,000 Non Pro – 2nd
  • S.Q.C.H.A. Burrandowan
    • $10,000 Non Pro – 4th  |  $3,500 Non Pro – 1st
  • S.Q.C.H.A. Condamine – $10,000 Non Pro – 1st
  • D.D.C.C. Futurity, Toowoomba – Open Non Pro =1st
  • Southern Seven Tatura
    • $3,500 Non Pro – 1st  |  10,000 Non Pro – 3rd
    • Open Cutting – 2nd (Paul Palmowski)


  • RAS Sydney
    • Open Non Pro Champion
    • 4th Open
  • C.C.C.C. Open Champion
  • ROM for Performance
  • AQHA High Point Cutting
  • 1st $10 000 Novice Kooweerup
  • 4th Gold Cup
  • 2nd Open Orange
  • 2nd $10 000 Novice Orange
  • 1st Open Kangaroo Valley
  • 1st Open Yass


  • Victorian Futurity
    • Open Champion
    • Open Classic Challenge Champion
  • Bronze Century
  • AQHA High Point Cutting Horse
  • 2nd $10 000 Novice Tatura
  • 6th Classic Challenge CCCC Futurity
  • 2nd Open CCCC Futurity
  • 3rd Open DDCC Futurity
  • 6th Classic Challenge NCHA Futurity


  • DDCC Futurity Classic Challenge Champion
  • CCCC Futurity Classic Challenge Reserve Champion 
  • NCHA Futurity Classic Challenge Reserve Champion
  • Victorian Futurity Classic Challenge Reserve Champion
  • Superior Award for Cutting
  • AQHA High point Cutting Horse
  • =2nd $1000 Novice NCHA National Finals (show 1)
  • =1st Open NCHA National Finals (show 1)
  • 1st $1000 Novice National Finals (show 2)
  • 3rd Open NCHA National Finals (show 2)
  • 1st Open Springsure Day 1 and Day 2
  • 1st Open Beaudesert Day 1 and Day 2
  • 2nd Open Dayboro
  • 3rd Open Cloncurry
  • 1st Open Tatura


  • NCHA Open Derby Champion
  • Victorian Futurity Derby/Classic Reserve Champion
  • AQHA Hi Point Cutting Horse
  • ROM for Cutting
  • 4th Derby/Classic DDCC Futurity
  • 3rd Open Derby CCCC Futurity
  • 1st Novice NCHA National Finals
  • 1st Open Dawson River Cutting
  • 3rd $1,000 Novice Capella
  • 1st $1,000 Novice Capella
  • 1st $6,500 Novice Cloncurry
  • 2nd Open Cutting Cloncurry


  • NCHA Futurity Semi Finalist

Vale Gitterbug

It was heart breaking news from Shelley & Marcus Curr they had lost their super little mare Gitterbug. For those who know this great mare she was truly a super star. She leaves behind several progeny who like their mother are showing her ability and talent.

Gitterbug is the oldest foal from Seligmans very first foal crop.  She was sold at the Rockhampton Quarter Horse Sale 2005 as a 2 yo to Marcus.

Gitterbug was completely blind in one eye due to an infection however
it did not affect her performance at all in fact Marcus says it made her work harder.  She was the best 4 & 5 yo I have ever ridden Marcus commented at the time on his mare. Gitterbug had won 5 Opens by the time she was 5 yo. She won over a dozen opens and over 24 juveniles was Drafted by Marcus as well as Marcus and Shelleys children. Once again we are are so sorry for your loss.

Jabell Shekera Spin

  • Dam: Haino Shania
  • Owner: Malcolm & Jane Kennedy
  • Campdraft LTE > $77,000 (a/o May 2020).

Winner of 18 drafts, including 13 Opens and countless placings (a/o May 2020).  Highlights include:


  • Inaugural Perpetual Peter Gesler Memorial Open Campdraft Award winner
  • AQHA High Point Performance Horse NSW Category 2 Winner.
  • AQHA Open Campdraft Horse of the Year


  • Warwick Champion of Champion Rd 1 score – 94.5 (Judge 1: 24 67 4=95 and Judge 2: 24 66 4=94). Cutout winner (24)
  • Coolah Draft (in one day)
    1st Restricted Open  |  1st Open  |  1st Open Shootout.
  • Walcha Golden Gate Open – 1st after runoff (91 90 91)


  • Glenn Innes ABCRA Championships Shoot out Draft – 1st after run off (91 90)


  • Warwick Gold Cup – 4th
  • Hunter Zone Open Horse of the year
  • Landmark Masters – 1st


  • Acton Super Beef – 2nd
  • NCHA National Finals Snafflebit (145) – 2nd
  • Purchased Landmark Classic for $40,000

Bella Mia Blues


  • Sg George
    • 1st – Restricted Open (91) with Shari Knudsen
    • 2nd – Juvenile (89) with Hayley Knudsen
    • =5th – Open (89 90) with Shari Knudsen


  • Clark Creek – Won Novice Cutout
  • Camboon – 1st Novice
  • Surat – 1st Novice


  • Tara – 1st Ladies  |  Won Ladies Cutout
  • St George – 1st Ladies
  • Longreach – 2nd Ladies
  • Warwick Gold Cup = 5th.  [View Video]


  • Marlborough – 1st Ladies
  • Chinchilla Grandfather Clock – 2nd
  • Condamine Bell:  Ladies 2nd  Open – 10th
  • Theodore – 1st Ladies

Possum Sue

  • Breeder Peter & Debbie Gesler
  • Owned by Mark Ruff


  • Bollon – 1st Open with Pete O’Neill


  • Warwick Gold Cup =4th (=top scored in Rd 1 with 91.)


  • Toogoolawah – 1st Ladies & Won Cut Out Ladies


  • Kilkivan ACA Finals – 2nd Res Open. [View Video]
  • Casino 1st Res Open


  • Red Range: 1st Open, 2nd Novice,  3rd Res Open

Tejano Spin

  • Adam Sadler


  • Wingen Campdraft Jackpot Open 4 Open (169) – 1st


  • Winner Canning Downs Campdraft (268)
  • Sydney Royal World Championship Campdraft – 2nd

Hazelwood Romantic Spin

  • Open Campdraft mare
  • Owned and bred by Terry and Christine Hall
  • Dam: Hazelwood Romance.
  • Winner Black Toyota Heartland Maiden Series

Seligmans Ellie

  • Breeder: Nocona Stables
  • Owner: Peter & Debbie Gesler


  • Winner – $10,000 Willinga Park and Campdraft Super Series highest aggregate.
  • Warwick Gold Cup, with Jess Sammon
    • Ladies – 2nd   |   Champions of Champions – 6th
  • Willinga Park Gold Buckle Campdraft – 13th with Kimberley Sammon


  • Bonalbo Bonanza  – 2nd Open
  • Baryulgil – =5th Juvenile
  • Stanthorpe – Won Open Cut Out  24
  • Malanganee: =4th Res Open  |  Won Res Open Cut Out


  • Wiangaree – 1st Ladies
  • Chinchilla – 3rd Res Open.  [View Video]

Warwick 2018 - The Year of the Seligman Spins

Seligman Spin progeny excelled at the 2018 Warwick Gold Cup, placing in every event.  Results include:

  • Tejano Spin – Winner of the The Canning Downs with
    Adam Sadler.
  • Possum Sue – 4th in the Gold Cup (=1st in Rd1 with 91) with Kimberley Sammon.
  • Seligmans Ellie – 2nd in the Ladies &  6th in the Champion of Champions with Jesse Sammon.
  • Jabell Shekera Spin – Highest score of the show with a 94.5 run in the Champions and won the cutout, with Troy Palmer.
  • Seligmans Shanell – 10th in the Ladies with Kay Radke.
  • Lu Lu Shooboo – Dean Radke won the Highest scoring associate. .


  • Owned by Kerry Turner & Rohan Marks
  • Dam – Hingus (2019 Warwick Gold Cup winner with Kerry)


  • Muttaburra Futurity Campdraft – 1st with Rohan Marks
  • Nebo Futurity Campdraft – 1st with Rohan Marks


Owned & ridden by Jane Ryan who says, “He’s only young but has won me in excess of $40K in the last four years in the breakaway roping at rodeos and big jackpots.

He has won APRA rodeos all over Australia from SA, Vic, NSW and Qld. He consistently helps me place and win money everywhere we go.

Highlights include:


  • Breakaway Horse of the Year! Huge accolade as it is voted on by the riders’ peers.


  • Mitsubishi Big Show Breakaway when he was only a 4 yo.

Seligmans Yellow Miss

Kalvale Yellow Miss Q-54296
Drafted as Seligmans Yellow Miss

  • Breeder/Owner Peter and Debbie Gesler


  • Nindigully –  2nd Res Open [View video]
  • St George –  Winner Cutout Open
  • Casino – 2nd Open
  • Dirranbandi – 1st  John Hoath Memorial Open Draft.


  • Goondiwindi – 1st Novice
  • Killarney: 1st Open  |  Won Open Cut Out


  • Toogoolawah – 2nd Novice


  • NCHA Futurity Open Derby – 5th

Talk About Design

  • Breeder – R Higgins
  • Owner – Ken & Jackie Knudsen


  • Warwick Gold Cup – 7th. Rd 2 Winner with 90.5 (22 64.5 4).  [View Video]


  • Finalist: Warwick Ladies Silver Cup, Condamine Novice, Chinchilla Novice, Chinchilla Grandfather Clock.


  • Killarney – 4th Novice
  • Surat – 1st Novice
  • Warwick Gold Cup – = 5th (2nd Highest Score of 89 in final).  [View Video]

Kellypark Footloose

Ridden by Joe Payne.


  • Dalby ASHS Incentive draft
    • Winner Future Champions with an 8 point margin (86 87). [View Video]
    • Winner Open Incentive
    • Winner: Triple Shoot Out

Kalvale DJ Spin

Ridden by Kimberley Sammon


  • Warwick Gold Cup Ladies Winner
  • Chinchilla Grandmother Clock Winner



Donell Park Stud sponsors a Jamie Hanson Trophy Saddle at Paradise Lagoons Campdraft, award to the Highest Aggregate Horse & Rider Combination score over the 3 Open Drafts.

  • 2017 winner was Jason Wanstall & Macca.


  • Full brother to Seligmans Yellow Miss
  • LTE:  Just under $23,000.

Indy (registered with Reining society as Microchip) was shown for 9 years by the Lowe family, ridden by Devin, Karen and Bayley.
His successes were immense:

  • 63 Champion Reining buckles.
  • 27 Reserve Champion Ribbons (from the largest reining shows in the country including state & national levels.)
  • Winner of 10 High Point and 6 Reserve High Point awards with Reining Australia.
  • AQHA Youth Runner Up in 2012 after Bayley won the Q12 Youth Champion.

Full details of his successes can be found in an article written by Tim Hoffman entitled:
“Once in a Lifetime…Tribute to a Champion”  >>

Chex ’n’ Spin aka Denver Q-58699


  • Pro Tour Breakaway Champion.
    (Highest Money Earner for 2014 season)
  • Sunshine Circuit Breakaway Champion.
  • Top Gun 10 Head Breakaway Champion


  • CRCA Breakaway Champion
  • Central Qld ATRA Breakaway Champion


  • CRCA Breakaway Champion


Owned/ridden by Jesse Rohan


  • St George
    • 2nd Restricted Open (90)
    • =5th Open (90 89)
  • Bollon Restricted Open – =3rd


 Owned/ridden by Jackie Knudsen

  • St George
    • 1st – Ladies (91 91)
    • 2nd – Novice B (89 89)

2020 Nutrien Classic Horse Sale

  • 11 out of 12 horses sold.
  • Gross: $173,000
  • Average: $15,730

Top prices:  

  • Lot 460 – Hazels Gift, 2 yo mare sold for $56,000.
    Vendor: Ahern Asset Trust.  Purchaser: Cantaur Park P/L.  [View Video]
  • Lot 385 – Everleigh Coin, 3 yo mare sold for $24,000.
    Vendor: MCC P.H.  Purchaser: Don & Kate Moffat & Beau Beuter
  • Lot 417 – Seligmans Mirage, 4 yo mare sold for $20,000.
    Vendor: Donell Park Stud.  Purchaser: K J Delforce & RK McKeering
  • Lot 443 – Hopes Midas Touch, 2 yo gelding. Vendor: Koobah PH.  Purchaser: Leanne & Darryl Chapman.

Sire: Doc's Spinifex

  • LTE: $29,988.

Doc’s Spinifex is renowned as being one of the most influential sires Australia has ever seen.  His progeny performance record includes:
7 NCHA Futurities, 8 NCHA Derbies, 3 NCHA NP Futurities, 2 NCHA NP Derbies, 2 NCHA Classic Challenges, 1 NCHA NP Classic Challenge, Warwick Gold Cup & Cloncurry Stockman’s Challenge winners.

Grand Sire: Doc's Oak

  • Top Ten at the World Show; COA-Bronze, Silver, Gold, and Platinum; and had NCHA LTE: $71,000.

He sired: 4 World Champions, 3 Reserve World Champions, Superior Performance, Halter point earners, Working Cowhorse Money Earners, USNCHA LTE: $8,878,227, and NRHA LTE: $130,347.

Paternal Great Grand Sire: Doc Bar

  • US AQHA and US NCHA Hall of Fame.
  • Leading Sire Of: World Champion Cutters, US AQHA Ch, US NCHA Ch, & Arena ROMs
  • He is the number 1 all-time leading maternal Grand Sire of US AQHA and US NCHA Cutting Horses.
  • Sired 27 US AQHA Champions and 132 ROM horses.

Doc Bar is considered the most influential foundation cutting sire of all time.  His most famous offspring is NCHA FUTURITY CHAMPION, DOC O LENA, sire of highest money earning stallion  #1 Lifetime NCHA Sire, SMART LITTLE LENA.

Maternal Great Grand Sire: Docs Lynx

  • $9856.09 in US NCHA.
  • USNCHA Derby Champion.
  • Top five US NCHA Futurity.
  • Equistat top 15 all time leading cutting sire of $5,844,427.00.
  • Full brother to Docs Prescription US AQHA certificate of Ability.

Dam: Lady in Red

Lady in Red has produced other outstanding progeny, including Rey Lady Rey & Diablos Destino.

  • Q13 AQHA Senior Horse Cutting.  Jason Leitch & Rey Lady Rey –  [View video]
  • Paradise Lagoons 2013 – Accor Hotels Open.  Jason Wanstall & Diablos Destino –  [View Video]

AQHA – Seligman Spin #  Q-43083
ASHS – Donell Park Seligman Spin # C2-154554
Foaling Date:  15/11/1998
Colour:  Palomino
Breeder:  Delta Quarter Horse Stud
Current Owner:  Peter & Debbie Gesler

(Click on PEDIGREE TAB within icompete)

Sire: DOC’S SPINIFEX (IMP) Q-5015 DOC’S OAK (FS) USA-919614 DOC BAR USA-76136
Peter Gesler Memorial Awards

Peter Gesler Memorial Open Campdraft Award

  • 2019 Winner: Jabell Shekera Spin

All awards are special, but none could be more special for Mal & Jane Kennedy than this.

In 2019 Jabell Shekera Spin (by Seligman Spin) not only won the prestigious AQHA Open Campdraft Horse 2019, the High Point Performance Horse NSW Cat 2, she also won the Inaugural Perpetual Peter Gesler Memorial Open Campdraft Award.

Huge congratulations.

Peter Gesler Memorial for the Highest Aggregate Cut Out in the Warwick Gold Cup

The winner receives a Perpetual Trophy, $5,000 & a pair of spurs handcrafted by Glenvale Forge.

  • 2019 Winner: Bill Carey & Ninja Cat.

Debbie Gesler spoke of the award:

“Peters association with The Warwick Rodeo goes back 36 years to when he started competing at Warwick. Peter was a competitive Steer Wrestling and Calf Roper and had won several titles in his years of rodeoing.

Peter went on to become a very competitive Campdrafter himself and bred some of the top Campdrafting horses around today that have made their mark at the Warwick Rodeo in all events.

His passion was to breed or ride the winner of the Gold Cup where he believed the Warwick Gold Cup was were you saw the Best of the Best of both horse and rider rise to the top.

Peter was always willing to help out in anyway he could, be it through sponsorship, helping his fellow competitors or helping in the back yard and we are sure he would be pleased to know he is still helping out to make the Gold Cup extra special by supporting this event for many years to come.”

Peter Gesler Memorial Trophy & Spurs. Handcrafted by Glenvale Forge.
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Photos by Ken Anderson, Artwork by Show Horse Design.

Seligman Spin

  • Compilation video of Seligman Spin in action! –  [View Video]


  • Compilation Slideshow of Successful Seligman Spin Progeny – [View Video]

Campdrafting progeny

Jabell Shekera Spin

Possum Sue

Tejano Spin

  • 2018 Canning Downs Winner with Adam Sadler.  [View Video]

Bella Mia Blues

  • 2013 Warwick Gold Cup, with Shari Knudsen – Eq 5th/6th.  (Highest score of 90 in final).  [View Video]

Cherry Oak

  • 2015 Warwick Gold Cup, with Peter Lamont – 3rd.  [View Video]
  • 2014 Warwick Gold Cup, withPeter Lamont – =12th.  [View Video]

Spin N Duck

  • 2016 Landmark Classic Horse Sale -Lot 401.  Presented by Cameron Turner – Sold for $41,000  [View Video]

Selena Spin

  • 2015 Landmark Classic Final, with Kimberley Sammon (87) – [View Video]

Seligman Ellie

  • 2013 Chinchilla Restricted Open Final, with Kimberley Sammon ( 90 89. 3rd overall after 3 way runoff ).  [View Video]

Talk About Design 

  • 2019 Warwick Gold Cup, with Jackie Knudsen.  Rd 2 Winner with 90.5 (22 64.5 4).  [View Video]
  • 2013 Warwick Gold Cup, with Jackie Knudsen –  Eq 5th/6th.  (2nd Highest Score of 89 in final).  [View Video]

Hazelwood Romantic Spin

  • 2018 Canning Downs Rd 1, with Terry Hall 89.  [View Video]

Hazels Gift

  • 2019 Nutrien Classic – Lot 460 – Hazels Gift, 2 yo mare sold for $56,000.
    Vendor: Ahern Asset Trust.  Purchaser: Cantaur Park P/L.  [View Video]

Kellypark Footloose

  • 2019 Dalby ASHS Incentive draft Future Champions winner with Joe Payne.  8 point margin (86 87). [View Video]

Cutting progeny


Landmark Classic Horse Sale

  • Lot 125 Kasper’s Heirloom  Open Age Mare.  Sold $16,000  [View Video]
  • Lot 175 Diamond Deal  3 yo Mare.  Sold $20,000  [View Video]
  • Lot 276 Bonniedoon Kanya Spin  2 yo Gelding.  Sold $11,500  [View Video]
  • Lot 427 Seligman’s Shanell   4 yo Mare.  Sold $24,000  [View Video]
  • Lot 465 Seligman’s Rouseabout  4 yo Gelding.  Sold $13,000  [View Video] 


  • Seligman Oak & Frank Green. NCHA Futurity GR1.  [View Video]

Roping progeny

Deadly & Jane Ryan


Rey Lady Rey (Dam:  Lady in Red)

  • Paradise Lagoons Open Cutting 2013.   Eq 6th with Jason Leitch on 144 points.[View Video]
  • Q13 AQHA Senior Horse Cutting.  2nd with Jason Leitch on 146.5 points.  [View video]

Diablos Destino & Jason Wanstall (Dam:  Lady in Red)

  • Chinchilla Grandfather Clock 2013 – =9/10 on 271 points.  [View Video]
  • Chinchilla Restricted Open 2013 – (ran off Restricted Open, 4th). [View Video]
  • Paradise Lagoons 2013 – Accor Hotels Open.  1st on 270 points   [View Video]


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