CH Gypsy Supreme*

"Gypsy"

*-CH is a special symbol added to an American Saddlebred’s name after they become a world champion.

American Saddlebred: Five Gaited
Chestnut Gelding
Foaled May 12, 1987 in Perryville, Missouri
Died December 22, 2010 at the Kentucky Horse Park
Out of Sultan’s Flashdance, by Kalarama’s Gypsy Lady by You Better Believe It
Breeders: William and Pamela Richardet
Owner: Southwood Partners, LLC
Trainers: Peter and Kim Cowart


Titles/Awards
World’s Grand Champion Junior Five-Gaited Horse (1991)
World’s Champion Junior Five-Gaited Stallion/Gelding (1991)
World’s Champion Ladies Five-Gaited Horse (1994)
Reserve World’s Champion Ladies Five-Gaited Horse (1992, 1993, 1997)
World’s Champion Five-Gaited Gelding (1992, 1993, 1994, 1997)
World’s Champion Junior Exhibitor (14-15) Five-Gaited (1998)
Reserve World’s Champion Junior Exhibitor (14-17) Five-Gaited (1998)
Reserve World’s Champion Junior Exhibitor (14-15) Five-Gaited (1999)
Carried five different riders to World’s Championship Titles
Voted Saddlebred of the Decade of the 1990s
Voted Five Gaited Horse of the Decade of the 1990s
Voted Horse of the Decade of the 1990s

Resident of the Hall of Champions from September 2001 to December 2010

American Saddlebred Showing
American Saddlebreds are known for their high stepping and exaggerated action. They can be shown three-gaited (walk, trot, and canter) or five-gaited (walk, trot, canter, slow gait, and rack).

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