Blazer Horse Popularity on the Rise!
The ABHA had a fantastic showing at this year’s expo. Starting with the All Breed challenge, Assets Ace of Spades ridden and trained by Lorin Price made it to the final four and took fourth place in the finals. Blazer Horses also competed in the Supreme Cowboy Race open division. Lorin Price rode Assets Ace of Spades to a first place win followed by Darcy Tonto Zemp and her horse DJ who came in third. Also competing were Troy Hinck on Stetson and Diane Robson on Casey’s Little Mariah.
We are seeing an increased demand in the popularity of Blazer Horses. Two arrived at the Expo to go through the Blue Ribbon sale at the event, but sold upon arrival. A third was sold through the sale and there were agreements to sell others that were on display at our booth. Our stallion entry for the Stallions on Parade event was River Dance Dan, a Grulla colored stallion owned by Mike Kruse of Meridian, Idaho.
There was a lot of activity at the ABHA booth. We gave away posters, raffled off some merchandise and had 12 different Blazer Horses in our booth over the course of the event. Special thanks to Trish Vranish and our wonderful team of volunteers who helped set up and man the booth during the event. Many thanks also to those who brought in horses for display; we could not have done this without you. Learn more about us at blazerhorse.com.
Published June 2014 Issue
The mission of ABHA is to encourage and support members of the Association, while they raise, exhibit, promote and enjoy the American Blazer Horse. It is also our goal to maintain a history of the Blazer Horse by recording their bloodlines and achievements for the preservation of the breed. blazerhorse.com