USA judging cards 4 & 5
Written by Sally Chamberlain   
Friday, 22 November 2019 10:57

Having spent three weeks in the USA applicant judging three shows (Ohio, Florida, Pennysylvania) I have now been awarded my AMHR (American Miniature Horse Registry) and ASPC (American Shetland Pony Club) judging cards.  I am now the only judge in Europe to hold all three American miniature judging cards (AMHA AMHR ASPC).  My wonderful mentor judges were : Jon Wolf, Sandy Curl , Dana Gardner.


I also had to pass the USEF Safe Sport Training Programme - which is mandatory for all officials, judges,etc involved in equestrian sport under Federal Law.

Mannog All That Jazz Apr 2006- July 2019
Written by Sally Chamberlain   
Friday, 09 August 2019 09:24

MANNOG ALL THAT JAZZ    APHC 645814  APHC UK  1081 April 2006 - July 2019

Mannog All That Jazz (Wa Ha Dar  x Mannog April Blues) was euthanised on 14th July due to severe laminitis in both hind hooves.   Despite all our efforts , painkillers , X rays we decided that Jazz had suffered enough and so the very  hard decision was made to let her go peacefully in the stable with both of us with her.

The only daughter out of Mannog April Blues she was extra special.  She was always well placed when we showed her but could never beat her mother.  A lovely well muscled daughter by Wa Ha Dar, 80% FPD she had a great life  in the brood mare herd eventually becoming a mother herself when we put her to Private B Riker - the result of which was a stunning colt foal  Mannog Paint It Black who is doing very well with Lyndsey based in Cornwall.  Something you would expect from an Appaloosa with Amazing Blue, Wa Ha Dar and Private B Riker breeding.  Unfortunately we never did find another suitable American pedigree stallion in the UK for her so this was her only offspring. 


"A horse does not care how much you know until he knows how much you care"

Jazz as a foal 2006

 Jazz as a mum in 2010

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