August 29, 2012
Guess That Horse will be back next Wednesday at 1 p.m. CDT.
Congratulations to Eileen for being the first person to correctly identify Kasey Quixote!
Kasey Quixote was a 1979 bay mare by Doc Quixote and out of a Commander King mare. She was bred by Barbara and Paul Crumpler of Wichita Falls, Texas. She competed in the National Cutting Horse Association through 1983 and won almost $7000 in cutting horse events.
Think you can guess a horse’s identity by its picture, points or pedigree? Then try your hand at today’s Guess That Horse contest, sponsored by Quarter Horse Outfitters!
Today's winner will receive an AQHA-logoed stepping stool, courtesy of Quarter Horse Outfitters!
Here’s how the contest works:
- When the page is live, 10 hints will be posted — one at a time — every few minutes on this page.
- Tip: Refresh your browser periodically for new hints.
- Please post your guesses i
nto 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 be eligible for the prize.
Get more help with your guesses! Consult AQHA records for pedigrees, show records and much more!
Hint #1: This horse was a bay mare.
Hint #2: This horse competed in the National Cutting Horse Association through 1983.
Hint #3: This horse won almost $7000 in Cutting Horse events.
Hint #4: This horse traces back to Three Bars, Bar Maid and King.
Hint #5: This horse was born in Texas.
Hint #6: This mare produced 4 foals.
Hint #7: This horse was once owned by Brinks Quarter Horses.
Hint #8: This mare’s first daughter also competed in National Cutting Horse Association events.
Hint #9: This horse was by Doc Quixote.
Hint #10: This horse was bred by Barbara and Paul Crumpler of Wichita Falls, Texas.
Hint #11: This horse was out of a Commander King mare.
Hint #12: This horse has had three different owners.
Hint #13: This horse is out of Commander's Sis.
Hint #14: This horse's final owner was from Johnson City, Texas.
This contest is now closed.