Many of our American breeds are well represented in Europe and other countries, being bred and enjoyed as pleasure and show horses there. If you click here, you will enter the Web portal for Tennessee Walking Horse in Europe. It is available in several languages.
Complete with a breed description, the site includes listings for 38 stallions, six associations, 16 breeders in Germany, the Netherlands and Belgium plus 20 owners.
A European Championship is held annually with results listed in detail on the site for a variety of classes including halter, English and Western pleasure, youth, barrel racing, pole bending, over fences, side saddle, costume and driving. A Grand Championship is awarded plus there are other championships for versatility and youth. Detail results are available for every rider.
It's a good site reflecting the popularity of the breed abroad.
Silver Express has everything the discriminating breeder desires: an abundance of natural talent combined with a willing attitude and enormous heart. He's got plenty of size at 16.2 hands, beautiful conformation, and excellent pedigree.
He is being offered to the public for the 2006 breeding season at the very reasonable fee of $550.
To contact White Oak, call (901) 829-3303 and email to email@example.com.
Located 17 miles from Memphis, the 40-acre
White Oak Farm is a full service breeding and training facility.
Owned and managed by Robert and Lisa Marbry, White Oak offers stud services of top stallions that represent the quality, bloodlines and disposition needed in today's breeding world and is committed to providing excellent customer service at the most reasonable prices in the industry.
Explore the website and become better acquainted with the stallions and services. Please call to discuss the special needs of your breeding program. You and your broodmares will receive personal attention and your complete satisfaction with our services is the main goal at White Oak Farm.
Among the stallions standing at White Oak is
Silver Express (Power of Persuasion x Backcpourt Foul). He is an extraordinary grey stallion with spectacular show-ring presence. He was 2002 Amateur World and World Grand Champion, 2002 Amateur Horse of the Year, 2000 Novice Amateur World Grand Champion, and 2000-2001 WHOA High Point Amateur Specialty Champion. Always a show ring favorite, Silver Express won 32 blue ribbons between 2000 and 2002.
Knowing that it takes awesome mares to produce wonderful foals, Rise and Shine is proud to have mares by Gen's Major General, The Ivory Coast, Tennessee Golddust, Bud England, Push O Peak, Favorite Shade Of Amber, and Pride's Favorite, to name a few.
Horses of all ages are offered for sale, as well as open and bred mares plus several trail-ready geldings.
The Rise and Shine goal is to maintain integrity and honesty in order to promote the wonderful Tennessee Walking horse not only in Indiana -- but also nationwide.
Rise and Shine Walkers is a family owned-and-operated Tennessee Walking Horse farm that is unique in its pedigrees, colors and location. In the heart of Indiana, Rise and Shine is convenient for Midwest pleasure horse riders seeking sound, smooth-gaited and colorful walking horse companions. Indiana farm specializes in color & smooth trail gaits.
Having searched the nation for the best broodmares and stallions, Rise and Shine raises quality colts ideal for pleasure riders who want colorful companions with good dispositions, gaits and conformation. The added bonus is color.
(Prides Generator x Pusher's All Fired up by The Pusher C.G.) is now owned by Michael and Jeanette Taylor of Wayne, WV. He is standing at:
7th Heaven Farm
177 Derrickson Rd.
Morerehead, KY 40351.
Reach Gene "Smokey" Carswell, breeding manager at (606) 783-1049. His stud fee is $400 or 2 for $600. Shipped semen is available.
(Motown Magic x Coin's Misty Lady by Prides Gold Coin) has moved to:
1145 Highway 64W
Shelbyville, TN 37160.
Karl Thompson, stallion manager, can be reached at (931) 703-6006.
Several walking horse stallions have relocated for the 2006 breeding season. Among them are:
The Black Night Shade
(Poison x Finals Call Girl by Prides Final Edition), owned by Tom & Judy Waite of Milton, FL
has moved to:
Joe Martin Stables
Gen's Armed & Dangerous
(Prides Generator x Crimson Tides'Ann by Ebony Masterpiece), owned by Brown, Hulsey, Moon, Pedigo & Terry, is now standing at:
Rising Star Ranch
481 Snell Rd.,
schools, equitation classes and more where riders can work closely with Nicole or one of her assistants.
Contact TWHBEA if you
are interested in the Tour visiting your area during 2006.
The TWHBEA 2006 Walk This Way Tour featuring Nicole Carswell starts in the end of February at the Equifest of Kansas in Wichita, KS and ends eight months and 22 stops later at the Virginia Equine Extravaganza in Richmond, VA, including visits to Canada and Germany in between. Check the TWHBEA web site for current schedule.
Holding a degree in animal science from Morehead University, Nicole brings 24 years of horse experience to the Tour. Her family breeds, shows and sells walking horses and she herself has coached many riders and trained many horses to WC honors. She also has published a book on horsemanship, "A Matter of Pride," and created a video, “Equitation and Showring Presentation.” With her extensive instruction background, Nicole was instrumental in forming the TWHBEA Instructor Certification Program and helped design the TWHBEA Academy Program.
Included in the tour will be horse fairs, expos, and seminars plus clinics for instructors and riders alike.
The clinics cover horsemanship, training, trail safety, and show ring preparation.
Also, there will be instructor's
operation has an indoor arena, outdoor ring and a riding program for children and adults.
The Dericksons stand six stallions: Indigo Blue, Poison, Pushover's Powerstroke, Mister Pushbutton, Packin' Heat and Pusher's Fine Art. For more information, see the Walking Horse Breeders Guide stallion pages.
Herbert and Jill Derickson own and operate a walking horse breeding and training facility in Shelbyville, TN. Their farm is located less than six miles from the famous Tennessee Walking Horse National Celebration show grounds, home of where the World Grand Champion Tennessee Walking Horse is crowned every year.
Together Herbert and Jill (firstname.lastname@example.org) are carrying on a tradition shared by both their families and passing on their experience and love of the breed to their own children. Herbert has trained numerous WC walking horses, has managed champion stallions and has been in the breeding business for over 25 years. His greatest reward is training the offspring of stallions standing at their farm, promoting their colts, and making them champions under saddle.
The Dericksons opened their new, full service facility in 1996. It has
grown to include four barns with over 60 stalls and a separate breeding
barn. It spans over 65 acres of pasture and private turnouts. The training
terms with colorful illustrations and useful charts. You can finally get answers to questions about equine color that you didn't even know how to ask. Why try to match your horse's color to something close when you can match to a scientifically identified color?
For 10 years Elsie has studied color genetics with the goal of creating a more accurate color identification system. The book will be reviewed for accuracy by the staff at UC Davis and Dr. Phillip Sponenberg.
Elsie comments: "Understanding horse color enables us to identify horses accurately. Accurate identification is the key ingredient in understanding the genetic basis of color. We all recognize that the two main groups of horse colors are those with black points and those with non black points.
The specific combination of point color and body color are what determines most horse colors. Another thing to consider is that white in markings and pattern is not the absence of all color but rather that white is superimposed on what would have been the specific body or point color.
A horse's final color results from the interaction of several independent processes, which can dilute, modify or restrict color."
Order Equine Color Plain and Simple from LC Publications, 10267 206th Rd., Nortonville, KS 66060. (913) 886-6481. Email to email@example.com.
Color breeders rejoice!
Long-time breeder and equine color expert, Elsie Darrah of Kansas is about
to release her new, 100-page book, Equine Color Plain and Simple.
It is available for $35, post paid. Click
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Breeders can quit guessing about color and enjoy this handy reference book written in easy-to-understand
half days of the sale. Padded aged horses and two year olds are sold on half the day Friday. The last day of the sale offers padded aged horses and Spotlight horses that have received honors within the industry, usually a WC or RWC. The diversity of the sale offerings provides consignors and buyers a very productive environment.
A large and qualified staff is available to assists both consignors and
purchasers. For further information
and / or entry sheet please click here.
The Campbell House Inn is sale headquarters.
The Kentucky After Christmas Sale, Inc. is pleased to serve all the sale needs for those individuals who consign and purchase horses through our sale.We look forward to seeing you at this year's Kentucky After Christmas Sale, in Lexington , Kentucky January 31st - February 4th, 2006.
The 21 st Annual Kentucky After Christmas Walking Horse Sale will be held Jan. 31 – Feb. 4 at Tattersalls, The Red Mile Race Track, Lexington , KY.
The first event of the Tennessee Walking Horse season each year, the sale offers a large selection of the finest walking horses available. With many opportunities to buy and sell, walking horse enthusiasts will find exactly what they are looking for.The sale is formatted to provide quality services to all consignors and bidders with certain horses scheduled to be sold on certain days. Broodmare, pleasure, trail, and plantation horses are sold the first three-and-a-
Silver Dollar was one of the most exciting horses ever to grace the show ring. His many wins include 2000 WC and 2000 RWGC. Following in his footsteps, his get are big winners at the Celebration, including WGCs and WCs, plus the National Futurity, and are selling in five figures privately and at public sales.
Silver Dollar offers bloodlines of championship heritage: by Pride's Generator and out of Crimson Tides' Ann by Ace's Crimson Tide, a full brother to WGC Ace's Sensation. Silver Dollar stands at Bridlewood Stallion Center Shelbyville, TN, (931) 389-9388 and firstname.lastname@example.org. He is owned by Curtice McCloy of Norman, OK, (405) 329-8648 and CMAngel128@aol.com.
The Canadian Futurity is major event held annually as an opportunity for breeders of Canadian registered Tennessee Walking Horses to have their young horses assessed by a highly qualified judge who is particularly interested in natural gait and sound conformation.
Judging for “the Canadian” is done with an individual evaluation system, one-of-its-kind for TWH in North America. Fair but tough, the system provides the owner/breeder of each horse with an individual score card with valuable information with which improvements to breeding programs can be made.
To learn more about the TWH and futurity in Canada, contact Dianne Little at ( 403 ) 271-7391 or visit the website.
The Canadian Registry of the Tennessee Walking Horse is a national association organized under the Canadian Animal Pedigree Act that works through the Canadian Livestock Records Corporation.
The mission of the organization is to register and record purebred Tennessee
Horses, both in Canada and internationally, with accuracy and integrity. The registry is dedicated to “preserving the historical attributes of the breed and encouraging ongoing improvement” and “seeks to foster the respectful and humane treatment of Tennessee Walking Horses through increased public awareness and education, and to encourage the enhancement of each anima's natural gait through
Lifelong horseman Brad Woodruff’s Aztlan Farms, located in Petersburg, IL, specializes in breeding top quality, naturally-gaited Tennessee Walking Horse show-pleasure foals from the finest sire and dam lines in the history of the breed. The Aztlan horses are “bred in the blue.”
Aztlan Farms is building its reputation based upon quality, value and integrity -- breeding among the very finest foals the industry offers and striving to preserve the type of naturally deep-gaited, kindly-mannered, beautiful horses that made the Tennessee Walking Horse famous.
Click here to visit the Aztlan Farms Web site and take a virtual tour of the farm, the stallions and the exciting new barn and breeding laboratory.
Aztlan Farms can help you achieve your goals, whether the selection of an outstanding Aztlan Farms-bred foal, breeding your mare to one of its
fine stallions or utilizing the brand new A.I. facility for transported semen to and from any where in the world. Aztlan Farms is ready to serve. (217) 632-2096.
Dedicated to the advancement and promotion of the walking horse breed, the Kentucky Walking Horse Association is well represented on the Web, complete with sound effects! Check out the site by clicking here. It is well updated and informative.
Included are a great list of members with linked email addresses, a page with names of officers and board members, information regarding the Kentucky Walking Horse Breeders Incentive Fund, a Buy Sell or Trade page, information regarding the Ladies & Juvenile auxiliary activities and fund raisers, plus a complete calendar of events with class lists and email contacts.
The Ladies Auxiliary fundraiser will be Sept. 23 at the KY Celebration with a raffle of a deluxe tack trunk, complete with wheels and a removable drawer. Ticket price is $1 each or 6 tickets for only $5. Tickets will be available at shows throughout the season with the trunk on display. Click here for more information.
Doug and Sheryl Crawford’s Saddlecrest Farm, 560 Airport Road just outside Shelbyville, TN, is second to none in providing breeding services to the walking horse industry. It is a leading-edge facility.
Take a virtual tour by clicking here and visit the mare, mare and foal and stallion barns, stallion turnouts, and the visitor’s lounge and office. The facilities include automatic cooling systems, smoke and fire detectors, fly repellant systems, camera monitoring systems and private exercise runs.
Standing at Saddlecrest are the top stallions Back In Command (A Command Performance by Pride Of Midnight H.F x Mitzie Rose by Honey’s Masterpiece H), Pusher All Color (The Pusher C.G. by Drug Dealer x Ebony March Glory by Ebony Masterpiece), I’m In Command (A Command Performance by Pride Of Midnight H.F. x Coin’s Lucky Penny by Prides Gold Coin), Seve (Prides Generator by Pride Of Midnight H.F. x The Doictor’s Lady by Dr. Elmer) and I’m Dark Vengeance (Pusher’s Doing Time by WGC The Pusher CG x Priceless by WC Prides Gold Coin).
Contact Saddlecrest at
email@example.com or phone
Rainbow Walking Horses of Virginia is located in central Virginia, just
north of Charlottesville. The farm is owned by Sam Dickinson and Dr. James
A. Eby. With more than 50 years of Walking Horse experience behind them,
they are well qualified to assist in the search for the right TWH to fit
your riding level, price range, and long-term need.
Rainbow breeds, shows, trail rides and sells Tennessee Walking Horses and Spotted Saddle Horses. Foals are available by Haze's Crimson Tide (son of WC Delights Dark Haze) and the multi-titled Spotted Saddle Horse, Sun Rider. Farm-raised colts are usually available for sale, as well as a few select horses that have been ridden extensively on the trails around the farm as well as the miles of trails in and around the National Park.
With satisfied clients from the ages of 5 to 75 and from Texas to Maine, Rainbow Walking Horses is proud that not a single horse sold has failed the in-depth vet check that many of our buyers require.
Many of the horses at Rainbow have been obstacle-course trained, as well
as tested in difficult trail situations and are ridden both English and
western with both youth and adult riders. Select horses have become part
of the field trail program and are well suited for the rigors of the field
Contact Rainbow Walkers of Virginia at (434) 985-9828. Email to Sangora@aol.com
The Alabama State Horse since 1975, the Racking Horse has been legendary
for its beauty, stamina, smooth gait and calm disposition since its days
as working horses on the great southern plantations before the Civil War.
Considered a "light" horse in comparison with other breeds, the
“racker” averages 15.2 hands and weighing 1,000 pounds. The "rack"
of the Racking Horse is a natural, bi-lateral four-beat gait which is neither
a pace nor a trot.
The RHBAA has an excellent Web site at http://www.rackinghorse.com/ and offers programs such as: Futurity Breeders' Association, Pleasure Association, Professional Trainers' Association, Amateurs' Association, Juvenile Auxiliary and Ladies Auxiliary.
Registered Racking Horses are presently found throughout the United States and in several foreign countries. Over 80,000 horses are registered with the RHBAA.
Contact the Racking Horse Breeders' Association of America at 67 Horse Center Rd., Decatur, AL 35603. Phone (256) 353-7225 Fax (256) 353-7266 E-mail: RHBAA67HORSE@aol.com
With many Walking Horses double registered as Racking Horses, it’s important
to learn the procedure for Racking registration for your youngsters.
The Racking Horse Breeders Association of America has two registration procedures. First is “pedigree registration” involving a foal by and out of registered Racking Horses. Sire, dam, and foal must all be blood-typed before a registration is complete.
Second, the RHBAA has also re-opened its books for registration, meaning that you may have your horse “commission registered” if is performing a four-beat gait verified by a licensed commissioner. All commission registered horses born in 1994 and after must be blood-typed to be registered.
Located in Oregon’s picturesque Willamette Valley, Cheveaux Training Stables
specializes in the care and training of the plantation, liteshod and trail
pleasure Tennessee walking horse. For a farm tour, visit the Web siteby
Stable owner, manager and trainer Diane Gueck has over 37 years of training experience, having won 36 World Championships, three World Grand Championships, three Reserve World Grand Championships and two Celebration Superhorse titles.
In addition, Diane has trained or been involved in the
raining of eight Supreme Versatility Champions, the latest being Gen’s
Miracle Lady, who earned her title in 2000, and Lord Blackwatch, who is
just one point away from his Supreme Versatility Championship. Diane specializes
in training and instruction for the youth and amateur rider and many of
her students have gone on to become international and world champion equestrians.
Born in Bristol, England in 1941, Diane moved to the USA in 1961. She is a licensed judge, has conducted seminars both nationally and internationally and has produced a series of six videos on the training of the Tennessee Walking Horse.
Sharon Gueck Deford has been instrumental in the running of this fine facility and serves as a part-time trainer. Sharon has ridden many of the WC horses to their titles including her mare Wonder Lady's Delight and currently handles all of the colt training operations. She excels at showing these youngsters to top awards in the halter division -- and has also developed and markets a video on halter and model training.
Visitors are welcome at Cheveaux Training Stables, 12155 SW Tooze Rd., Sherwood, OR 97140. (503) 682-0277. Email Diane at firstname.lastname@example.org. Sharon at email@example.com.
The 68th Annual Tennessee Walking Horse National Celebration will be held
Aug. 23 – Sept. 2 in Shelbyville, TN.
The Celebration takes place each year during the 11 days and nights prior to Labor Day. It is the premier event for the Tennessee walking horse, during which the breed's World Grand Champion and some 20 World Champions are named.
Pictured here is the first WGC, Strolling Jim, born in 1936. He was pinned in 1939.
The Celebration is a festival event, encompassing exciting classes in competition
where more than $650,000 in prizes and awards are given. Other activities
include a barn decorating contest, a trade fair and a dog show.
In the beginning the Celebration was only a local show and slowly turned into a 10-day show, ending on Saturday night with the naming of the World Grand Champion.
If you click here, you can scroll through a long list of Celebration champions from the first show in 1939 through 2005. The site is packed with pictures, show results, judges’ names and even some weather reports. The pictures, courtesy of cyberhorse.net are wonderful.
horses. They were almost immediately confronted by a crowd of approximately
150 people who demanded that all horses be allowed to show and were told that the three entries eligible to show would not be going into the ring.
As the crowd continued to build, law enforcement officers escorted the show officials from the warm-up area and took them to the Celebration Administrative offices and the announcement was made that the class would not take place.
The Celebration deeply regrets having to cancel our World Grand Championship class for the first time in 68 years but we were unwilling to compromise the health and safety of our fans, horses, personnel and exhibitors.
We extend our deepest sympathy to all of those affected by this difficult decision and thank you for your continued support of our show during this most challenging season for the entire industry.
For further details, go to the Walking Horse Report.
For the first time in its 68-year history, the Walking Horse Celebratiuon
ended Saturday, Sept. 2 without crowning a World Champion. Following is
an official news release issued by the Celebration:
The decision to cancel the final class of the 2006 Tennessee Walking Horse National Celebration was based upon the best information available to show management from the inspection area and from law enforcement officials.
Tennessee Highway Patrol officers informed Celebration officials that they were confident they could protect the safety of the people working in the inspection area but did not have the manpower available to assure the health and safety of the 26,000 spectators, exhibitors and horses.
When show officials entered the warm-up area to check if the three entries eligible for the class were going to show, they were unable to reach the
disposition and natural gait. Due to an injury, this very talented young stallions' show career was cut short, so now his career begins in the breeding barn.
Reach the Sigmans at Silhouette Farms, PO Box 55, Mt. Pleasant, MS 38649. Barn: 901-491-0067. Cell: 901-488-3153. Home: 662-851-7776.
Email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Bobby and Sally Sigman welcome everyone to their Mt. Pleasant, MS Silhouette Farms, dedicated to the breeding of Spotted Saddle Horses.
Take a virtual tour by visiting their Web site at www.silhouettefarms.com. The site presents their premier stallion line-up.
Their senior stallion, Spotted
Alen Again, is sire of the 2003 SSHBEA WGC Alen's Stormy Nite, and is
unequaled as a spotted breeding stallion. Registered
with four different registries, SSHBEA, TWHBEA, RHBA & NSSHA, Spotted Alen has attained an unprecedented record of producing winning show horses.Consider breeding to Alen or buying an Alen foal because, even if you don't show horses, he produces a great all-around horse for you and your family. Alen foals are always spotted, good natured and have that smooth four-beat gait.
Silhouette’s Snowstorm, aka "Blue" is a beautiful 14.2 hand blue roan and white stallion with an incredible
Life-long walking horse owner Wanda Throne of Pittsfield, IL is the winner
of the Gaylord Opryland Name The Foal contest. The name, “Label Me Mystic
Star," was selected from over 3,700 entries by the foal’s owner, Russ
Keyser of Wemding, Germany.
By Royal Label and out of Generator's Mystique, the filly was born May 31 at the Gaylord Opryland® Resort & Convention Center in Nashville, TN. She is part of a group of Tennessee Walking Horses that lives in the pastures at the park’s main entrance.
The stallions featured this year are:
• Main Power (Gold Power x Main Mans Spirit), standing at The Summit, Shelbyville, TN
• Generator’s Silver Dollar (Prides Generator x Crimson Tides’ Ann) standing at Rising Star Ranch, Shelbyville, TN
• Steel Connection (Clutch’s Sure Threat x Mark Plum Perfect), standing at Fantasy Farm, Bell Buckle, TN
• Jose’s Intimidator (Jose Jose x Nite Winds Promise) standing at Waterfall Farms, Shelbyville, TN.
• The Whole Nine Yards (Gen’s Armed & Dangerous x Cash’s Blossom) standing at Womack Stables at Geln Oaks Farm, Murphreeboro, TN.
• Out On Parole (Pusher’s Doing Time x Pride’s Golden Doll, standing at Harlinsdale Farm, Franklin, TN.
• Motown Motion (Motown Magic x Coin’s Misty Lady), standing at Russ Thompson Stables, Devore Heights, CA
• Trip My Trigger (One Golden Moment x A Gen & Tonic) standing at Fantasy Farms, Bell Buckle, TN.
• Mighty Maxx (Pride’s Beam x Fashion’s Promenade) standing at Fantasy Farms, Bell Buckle, TN.
• The Black Night Shade ( Poison x Finals Call Girl) standing at Joe Martin Stables, Shelbyville, TN.
• A Strong Dollar (Generator’s Silver Dollar x Mo Precious) standing at Rising Star Ranch, Shelbyville, TN.
• Gold Power (Prides Gold Coin x Prides Donna), standing at Harlinsdale Farm, Franklin, TN.
• Pushing Hard Cash (Coin’s Hard Cash x Pusher Easy) standing at Franklin Equine, Franklin, TN.
The annual Breeders Guide Walking Horse Stallion Calendar for 2007 is available by mail at $5 per calendar from the Breeders Guide. To order one calendar, send a check for $5 to Breeders Guide, PO Box 98, Pendleton, KY 40055. To order multiple calendars, phone (800) 627-5273 or email to email@example.com. Master Card & Visa accepted.
• Sept 2: For the first time in its 68-year history, the Walking Horse
National Celebration in Shelbyville, TN did not crown a grand champion.
The class was canceled when five horses were disqualified by federal inspectors
looking for soring.
• Sept. 21: the Tennessee Walking Horse Breeders’ and Exhibitors’ Association announced that it will host the Tennessee Walking Horse Invitational, at which the TWHBEA 2006 WGC will be crowned. The show will be Nov. 24-25 at Tennessee Miller Coliseum in Murfreesboro, TN.
• Sept. 25: TWHBEA announces the resignation of executive director Charles Hulsey.
• Sept. 25: The Board of Directors of the Walking Horse Trainers Association unanimously voted to affirm the Tennessee Walking Horse National Celebration as the only event to crown World Grand Champion Walking Horses.
• Sept. 29: The Walking Horse Owners’ Association board of directors voted unanimously to recognize the Tennessee Walking Horse National Celebration as the only event to crown World Grand Champion Walking Horses.
Rising Star Ranch is a Tennessee Walking Horse breeding and training facility located in the heart of the walking horse industry in Shelbyville, TN.
Rising Star boasts an accomplished and diverse lineup of stallions that have produced nearly 40 world titles among them. Our breeding management team has nearly 70 years of Tennessee Walking Horse experience and is dedicated to providing the best breeding experience possible.
The training operation is one of the most successful in the industry and offers a variety of services including breaking colts and show training. The experienced training staff and our program rank among the top in the industry.
Stallions at Rising Star include:
Strong Dollar (Generator’s Silver Dollar x Mo Precious)
All American Cash (Coin’s Hard Cash x Final’s First Lady)
Broken Promises ( Prides Genius x My Promises Promises)
Colors In General ( Gen’s Major General x Patches Painted Lady)
Ex-Dividend (Extra Cash x Pride’s Fine Wine)
Gen’s Armed & Dangerous (Prides Generator x Melena Ebony
Generator’s Fame (Prides Generator x Lady Fame)
Generator’s Silver Dollar (Prides Generator x Crimson Tides’ Ann)
Irish American (Prides Generator x Jbilee Gold)
Midnight At The Ritz (He’s Puttin’ On The Ritz x Pushers MidnightStar)
Pushover Blues (The Pushover x Gen’s Miss Sadie)
Really (Pusher All Color x The Motown Express)
Simply Dangerous (Gen’s Armed & Dangerous x Gen’s Dif’rent Strokes)
The Silver Bandit (Silver Design x Finale’s Backdoor Bandit).