Guess That Horse

May 11, 2011

AQHA’s “Guess That Horse” this week was the 1975 High Point Pleasure Driving winner.

Who could this Quarter Horse be?

The popular “Guess That Horse” on AQHA’s page on Facebook is now on America’s Horse Daily! Today’s winner will receive a Reining Basics with Craig Johnson DVD!

When the contest is live, eleven hints will be posted, one at a time, every few minutes on this page. Refresh your browser periodically for new hints. Please post your guesses into the “comments” box below. 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.

Good luck! We’re excited to read your guesses.

Contest is LIVE!

Hint #1. This Quarter Horse was bred in Fort Worth, Texas.

Hint #2. In 1972, this Quarter Horse earned its Superior in western pleasure.

Hint #3. Of his 133 foals, this Quarter Horse’s sire’s performing get earned 437.5 points in all divisions combined.

Hint #4. This Quarter Horse was a sorrel mare.

Hint #5. This mare produced one foal, who earned 6 open, .5 amateur and 132 youth performance points.

Hint #6. This Quarter Horse’s maternal grandsire was by Smokey Moore, and he only sired two foals.

Hint #7. In 1975, this Quarter Horse was the High Point Pleasure Driving winner.

Hint #8. In her lifetime, this mare earned 141 western pleasure points, 3 hunter under saddle points and 19 pleasure driving points.

Hint #9. This Quarter Horse’s sire was by Settle Up.

Hint #10. In recognition of Lesley Martin’s last week as AQHA’s Publications Intern, this Quarter Horse has “Lesley” in its name.

Final Hint: This Quarter Horse is out of Miss Weston.

Congratulations to Ann-Marie for correctly identifying (and spelling)
Lesley Kirk*!

Come back next Wednesday, 1pm CDT for another round of Guess That Horse!

* The contest calls for the horse’s registered name, including correct spelling.