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Area horse breeder captures Futurity Championship

Thursday, December 9, 2010

FORT WORTH, Texas -- American Paint Horse Association (APHA) horse breeder Robin Robinett of Brazil, Ind., owns three horses who captured Breeders' Futurity Championships and one horse who won a World Championship title recently at the 2010 Fall World Championship Paint Horse Show. The show, which took place in November in Fort Worth, Texas, is one of the American Paint Horse Association's (APHA's) premier events.

Good Lookin Kid, captured the championship in the Breeders' Futurity Bronze Jr.

Weaning Stallions and Gelding and was shown by Dave Kellerman of Versailles, Ky.

Born Talkin, won the Breeders' Futurity Silver Sr. Weanling Mares and was shown by Dave Kelllerman of Versailles, Ky.. Kids Cool Guy, claimed the championship in the Breeders' Futurity Bronze Sr. Weanling Stallions and Geldings class, shown by Dave Kellerman.

The Breeders' Futurity classes feature a prestigious competition in a select state of classes designed to showcase the offspring of APHA Breeders' Trust-subscribed stallions and mares bred to these stallions. Exhibitors compete for cash prizes.

Three D Dimensional, a 2010 gelding, won a World Championship in the Weanling Gelding class, shown by Dave Kellerman of Versailles, Ky.

In each of these classes, horses are shown in-hand and judged on their physical qualities.

About the Fall World Championship Show and the Americal Paint Horse Association

The World Championship Paint Horse Show features the finest gathering of Paint Horses from all around the globe. APHA hosts two annual world-class competitions to showcase the talents of American Paint Horses and their owners. The second in the 2010 series, the Fall World Championship Show was held at the Will Rogers Memorial Center in Fort Worth's cultural district. With 956 talented Paint Horses and more than 2,000 entries, exhibitors competed for prizes and cash payouts totaling $450,000.

Currently, American Paint Horses are being registered at APHA's Fort Worth, Texas, headquarters at a rate of about 30,000 horses each year. APHA has registered more than 981,000 horses in 59 nations and territories since it was founded 48 years ago, and now serves 76,000 active members around the world. APHA, a non-profit organization, works to preserve bloodlines, to educate the public about the beauty and talent of the breed and to maintain the outstanding characteristics of Paint Horses.

For more information about APHA and the Fall World Show, including entry details, results and a list of competitors, visit www.aphaworldshow.com or call APHA at (817) 834-APHA (2742).

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Congratulations Robin....great job.

-- Posted by appaloosa queen on Fri, Dec 10, 2010, at 11:41 AM

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