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Copper Spring Ranch horses qualify for 2011 AQHA World Show

Trainers for Copper Spring Ranch (CSR) of Bozeman, MT, have qualified two talented horses for the 2011 American Quarter Horse Association’s World Championship Show to be held Nov. 5-19 in Oklahoma City.

Lisa Anderson, a CSR barrel horse trainer based in Moore, TX, qualified a 2006 sorrel mare called “Shez Easy On The Eyes” in Junior Barrel Racing. The entry was sired by Frenchmans Guy and out of Shake Me Easy.

Trainer Shadd Parkinson of Scottsdale, AZ qualified “Deal Me A Winner,” a 2006 bay mare, in Junior Working Cow Horse. The mare is by Dealin Dirty and out of Just Plain N Taffi.

The AQHA World Show is the largest single breed championship horse show and is the pinnacle event for competitors from around the world who qualify by earning predetermined points to secure a spot in the 94 classes. More than 3,320 entries from the U.S. and 12 other countries are competing for $2.6 million in prizes and awards in classes representing English, western and halter categories.

Owned by Karen and Klein Gilhousen, and managed by Karen, CSR breeds, raises and trains speed-bred registered Quarter Horses with a select broodmare band and a breeding program that showcases the stallion, Prime Talent.

Prime Talent is a 2000 bay stallion with a stakes-winning record and speed index of 107. While highlighting the future genetics at CSR, this talented stallion has already been siring stakes winners at key racetracks across the country. By Corona Cartel and out of Oh How You Shine, his genetics are destined to influence the barrel racing world in the future.

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Cooled semen is available through private treaties. The CSR incentive program features $100,000 to the first foal by Prime Talent to win a timed event at the National Finals Rodeo and $100,000 to the first foal by the stallion that wins the Barrel Futurities of America World Championship, according to the manager. Montana incentives are available as well. Visit copperspringranch.com for more details about the incentive program.

Trainers for Copper Spring Ranch (CSR) of Bozeman, MT, have qualified two talented horses for the 2011 American Quarter Horse Association’s World Championship Show to be held Nov. 5-19 in Oklahoma City.

Lisa Anderson, a CSR barrel horse trainer based in Moore, TX, qualified a 2006 sorrel mare called “Shez Easy On The Eyes” in Junior Barrel Racing. The entry was sired by Frenchmans Guy and out of Shake Me Easy.

Trainer Shadd Parkinson of Scottsdale, AZ qualified “Deal Me A Winner,” a 2006 bay mare, in Junior Working Cow Horse. The mare is by Dealin Dirty and out of Just Plain N Taffi.

The AQHA World Show is the largest single breed championship horse show and is the pinnacle event for competitors from around the world who qualify by earning predetermined points to secure a spot in the 94 classes. More than 3,320 entries from the U.S. and 12 other countries are competing for $2.6 million in prizes and awards in classes representing English, western and halter categories.

Owned by Karen and Klein Gilhousen, and managed by Karen, CSR breeds, raises and trains speed-bred registered Quarter Horses with a select broodmare band and a breeding program that showcases the stallion, Prime Talent.

Prime Talent is a 2000 bay stallion with a stakes-winning record and speed index of 107. While highlighting the future genetics at CSR, this talented stallion has already been siring stakes winners at key racetracks across the country. By Corona Cartel and out of Oh How You Shine, his genetics are destined to influence the barrel racing world in the future.

Cooled semen is available through private treaties. The CSR incentive program features $100,000 to the first foal by Prime Talent to win a timed event at the National Finals Rodeo and $100,000 to the first foal by the stallion that wins the Barrel Futurities of America World Championship, according to the manager. Montana incentives are available as well. Visit copperspringranch.com for more details about the incentive program.

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