November 30, 2011
Today’s contest has ended. Be sure to join us every Wednesday at 1 p.m. CDT for another round of Guess That Horse!
Welcome to Guess That Horse.
Today’s winner will receive a one-year subscription to The American Quarter Horse Journal!
The contest will start at 1 p.m. CDT. At that time the photo and first hint of that round of Guess That Horse will start.
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The first person to correctly identify the American Quarter Horse wins the prize.
The winner will be announced after all the hints are given; participants must provide a valid e-mail address to to be eligible for the prize.
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Hint #1: This American Quarter Horse was a black gelding.
Hint #2: He was foaled in Illinois in 1971.
Hint #3: This Quarter Horse earned 38.5 lifetime amateur points.
Hint #4: He earned 29 AQHA lifetime youth points in western horsemanship.
Hint #5: This American Quarter Horse went to his first AQHYA World Championship show in 1977 and was tenth.
Hint #6: He returned and placed in the top 10 at 4 Youth World Shows.
Hint #7: This black Quarter Horse gelding earned two amateur world championship titles and one reserve youth world championship title.
Hint #8: The majority of this horse’s points were in reining
Hint #9: This American Quarter Horse was an amateur world champion in working cow horse.
Final Hint: This horse was owned by an AQHA employee’s grandmother.
Still no correct guesses.
Here’s another hint!
This black gelding’s dam was Poco Tena.