All About Charleston
Born: 15 March 2002


Sire: All Hands on Zip
(5 Time World Champion)
Dam: Super Swankie (AQHA)
(Sierra Te & Skipa Star granddaughter)

Pictures taken 11 October 2004

His sire, All Hands on Zip is one of the leading Huntseat horses in the Appaloosa industry. He has proven his ability in the show ring year after year in a variety of events. His crowning achievements are his World Champion wins in Junior Hunter Under Saddle.

This colt's dam, Super Swankie, is a 16 hand, Incentive Fund registered AQHA mare. She is by Super Star and a granddaughter of both Sierra Te and Skipa Star. Though she has not been shown out on the QH circuit, she competed and won in classes at the Texas A&M Horse Center Show in Hunter Under Saddle and Showmanship. She is a big, beautiful moving mare, with a long stride and slow legs.

Charleston should be one of the top huntseat prospects in the industry. He is huge (16-2 hands at the hip as a 2 year old!) and should mature close to 17 hands. Powerful mover with a great future. He has one spot on his left hip -- more to come as he ages (we hope)!

Has completed 60 days of training with Kim Nethery, Buena Vista Performamce Horses.  Charleston is presently in training with Dale Sullens.

This colt may or may not qualify for regular papers. If he does not, he is not eligible for the CPO program and is not eligible for show in ApHC Shows. He is however eligible to show in some of the most prestigious futurities in the pleasure horse industry, including NSBA and Just For Pleasure.

Charleston was purchased by a horse trader who never voiced her intent to buy my sweet horse for re-sale.  I hope that this person someday understands how under-handed her behavior is and somewhere, somehow she gets paid back in full.  I  am sooooo sorry Charleston -- this was not what I ever intended for you. 

Pictures below taken May 2004


~ Enrolled in the ApPHA Mare Incentive Program ~
~ Enrolled in the NSBA Breeders Championship Program ~
~ Eligible for the ApHC Breeder's Trust ~

Pictures below taken June 2002



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