September 26, 2012
AQHA's Guess That Horse contest takes place every Wednesday at 1 p.m. CDT!
Congratulations to Diane for being the first person to correctly identify Krog's Dode. Krog's Dode was a 1970 sorrel mare by Leo 3 and out of the Kee McCue Fe mare, Kee's Jo. She was bred by Louie Krogman of White River, South Dakota and competed in AQHA youth events with two different riders. She won AQHA championships in 1974 and 1975. She also earned an AQHA Superior in halter in 1974 and a Superior in western pleasure in 1975.
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 a “Low-Stress Colt Starting with Curt Plate” DVD 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 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 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 sorrel mare.
Hint #2: This horse competed in AQHA youth events with two different riders.
Hint #3: This horse traces back to Little King, Leo and Little Jim Fe.
Hint #4: This horse won AQHA championships in 1974 and 1975.
Hint #5: This horse earned an AQHA Superior in halter in 1974 and a Superior in western pleasure in 1975.
Hint #6: This horse was born in South Dakota.
Hint #7: This horse was bred by Louie Krogman of White River, South Dakota.
Hint #8: This horse had one foal by Silver Deller.
Hint #9: This horse was out of a Kee McCue Fe mare.
Hint #10: This horse was by Leo 3.
This contest is now closed.