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

American Saddlebred: Five Gaited
Chestnut Stallion
Foaled June 14, 1977 at Earl Teeter and Sons Farms in Lexington, Kentucky
Died April 22, 2001 at the Kentucky Horse Park
By Flight Time, out of Aries Golden Gift, by Genius Bourbon King
Breeder: Mrs. Judson (Della) Large
Owners: Michele Macfarlane
Trainers: Mitchell Clark

World's Grand Champion Five-Gaited Horse (1982, 1983, 1984, 1988)
World's Grand Champion Five-Gaited Stallion Stake (1982, 1983, 1984, 1985, 1988)
World's Junior Champion Five-Gaited Horse (1981)
World's Champion Two Year Old Five-Gaited Stake (1979)
First horse ever to carry a woman amateur to victory in the World's Grand Champion Five-Gaited Stake (1988)
Voted the #1 Five-Gaited American Saddlebred of the Century by Horseworld Magazine
Sire of Champions, Amberwood's Sky Fox, Billy Bob, De Niro, Elegant Sky, Harvest Commander, Pagan Prince

Resident of the Hall of Champions from November 1998 to April 2001

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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