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Feria del Caballo Español Book now available!
Feria del Caballo Español 2009
The Definitive Show f or the Pure Spanish Horse
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Welcome/Bienvenidos!
Feria del Caballo Español proudly invites you to join us for a
truly spectacular showcase of the Pure Spanish Horse at the
Industry Hills Expo Center.
Join the fun as we welcome our international guests for a show
sure to dazzle and delight you along with exhibitions and competitions highlighting the astounding qualities of this fantasy horse.
You are cordially invited to join us and take away with you a
wealth of wisdom, courtesy of riders, trainers and clinicians of
international reputation. We are privileged to showcase some of
the most beautiful Spanish Horses in this hemisphere. Come and
enjoy this extravagant display of horses and horsemanship as we
celebrate the fabulous Pura Raza Española!
We would like to emphasize that our show qualifies for points in
the Book of Merits of Spain.
Feria del Caballo Español Show Committee
Show Management Emails
Jesus Jimenez
[email protected]
Ramiro Mejia
[email protected]
Jennifer Stewart
[email protected]
Alexander Zilo
[email protected]
Betsy Ketcham
[email protected]
Gustavo Aldana
[email protected]
Erica Hernandez
[email protected]
Raul Bucio
[email protected]
For Sponsorships
Ramiro Vega
Gustavo Aldana
Betsy Ketcham
(323) 382-2620
(818) 968-8739
(831) 245-8728
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Feria del Caballo Español 2009
& P.R.E. Horse Exp o 200 9
Table of Contents
Page 3 Welcome/Bienvenidos!
Page 5 Table of Contents/Show Management Contacts
Page 7 Recognition & Appreciation - Feria 2008
Page 10 P.R.E. Horse Expo 2009 Information
Page 12 Tribunales de Reproductores Calificados
at P.R.E. Horse Expo 2009
Page 15 Show Results - Feria del Caballo Español 2008
Page 18 Ignacio Bravo Garcia Clinic
Page 21 Ambassador of the Pure Spanish Horse in the Americas - Ezequiel Peña
Page 24 Los Ángeles, de estreno
Page 30 Alexander Zilo - Delegado ANCCE
Page 32 Points of Interest - Feria del Caballo Español 2008
Page 36 SICAB 2008 Dedicado a México
Page 43 Feria del Caballo Español 2009 - Schedule & Events
Page 44 Evening Entertainment
Page 49 Vendors & Sponsors
Page 50 Feria del Caballo Español 2009 - Gen. Information
Page 54 Requirements to Compete in Sanctioned
Morphology Classes
Page 61 Directions to Industry Hills Expo Center
Page 66 Feria del Caballo Español 2009 - Stallion Auction
Feria del Caballo Español
Show Management Contacts
Jesus Jimenez
Ramiro Mejia
Gustavo Aldana Miguel Nuñez Jennifer Stewart
Raul Bucio Betsy Ketcham Terry Waechter Alexander Zilo Erika Hernandez
Ramiro Vega
Committee Fax
(626) 786-9475
(760) 559-8508
(818) 968-8739
(714) 420-3161
(904) 962-1411
(209) 261-6186
(831) 245-8728
(209) 549-1268
(561) 543-4020
(951) 903-6276
(323) 382-2620
(626) 336-0146
Show Venue: Industry Hills Expo Center
www.industryexpocenter.com
GENERAL INFORMATION
[email protected]
(818) 968-8739
Feria Show Committee Officials
Alexander Zilo
Gustavo Aldana
Betsy Ketcham
Guests of honor
USPRE President
ANCCE Executive Director
Book Edited by:
Gustavo Aldana
(818) 968-8739
[email protected]
Jesus Jimenez
Erica Hernandez
Jennifer Stewart
Kimberly Van Kampen Boyer
Pedro Pons
Ramiro J. Vega
(323) 382-2620
[email protected]
Cover Photo provided by: Caroline Hofland
Design: www.pixelgraphixdesign.com
Show Photos from Feria 2008 by Rafael Lemos
To obtain pictures and video on CDs of Feria 2008
contact: [email protected]
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Our Spanish Stud Book
Sanctioned Judges
From left to right:
Honorable Alfonso del
Castillo Caracuel,
Honorable Manuel
Serna Borja Lopex,
Honorable Juan Manuel
Carnero Sanchez.
Feria del Caballo Español is pleased to present the
ANCCE personnel who sanctioned Feria de Caballo
Español 2008. On behalf of Exhibitors and participants
we would like to thank our sister association ANCCE
and specially to Mr. Javier Conde ANCCE President.
Pedro Pons
ANCCE Executive Director
Jaime Chapa
ANCCE Revision Veterinarian
Javier Buendia
Technical Coordinator
Jacobo Rojo
ANCCE Technical Director
Rafael Lemos
Show Photographer (Spain)
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Mr. Jesus Jimenez
Rancho Los Jimenéz
Alexander Zilo
Windsor Stables
Ramiro Mejia
Vaquero Ranch
Jennifer Stewart
Royal Horse Farms
Emilio Franco
Rancho el Farallón
Betsy Ketcham
Ketcham Ranch
Feria de Caballo Español 2008 Honors its major supporters for their commitment towards the success of
our first P.R.E. Feria Show in California, USA. We thank
and recognize our generous supporters.
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Raul Bucio, Andaurora Ranch
Jacqueline D. Suechting, Camass P.R.E.
Juan de Anda
Rancho de Anda
Terry Waechter
Watchman P.R.E. Horses
Erika Hernandez
Show Secretary
Yolanda Maria
Volunteer Show Coordinator
Marisol la Trigenita
Master of Ceremonies
Carlos Jimenez
Vendor Manager
Ramiro J. Vega
Ring Master
Gustavo A. Aldana
Yeguada Mi Sueno Santa Maria
Francisco Martin
Rancho Martin
Miguel Nunez
Ganaderia Miguel Nunez
Armando Martin
Rancho los Martin
Adrian Martin
Rancho los Martin
Feria de Caballo Español would Also like to recognize
and acknowledge Mrs. Kimberly Van Kampen Boyer,
President of USPRE And Mr. Alexander Zilo, Vice President of USPRE, for their support making Feria del
Caballo Espanol possible. We thank them for extending their support for Feria del Caballo Español 2009.
Kimberly Van Kampen Boyer
President USPRE
Alexander Zilo
Vice President USPRE
Janne Rumbough
Vice President USPRE
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Show Schedule, Special Events & Features
Show Schedule
Thursday, May 28th
Arrivals from 9:00 AM
(if you plan to arrive prior to May 28 contact the Expo Center)
Outdoor arenas available to work horses.
7:00 PM - 8:00 PM – International P.R.E. Forum
at Pacific Palms Hotel
8:00 PM - 10:00 PM – Welcoming Meeting (Mandatory)
Friday, May 29th
10:00 AM - 1:00 PM TRC Registration
1:30 PM - 5:00 PM Basic Revision
Saturday, May 30th
10:00 AM - 1:00 PM TRC Registration
1:30 PM - 5:00 PM Basic Revision
Sunday, May 31th
8:00 AM - 10:30 AM Last Morphology Classes
10:30 AM - 1:00 PM Functionality Test for stallions in Expo
Center covered arena
2:00 PM - 3:00 PM Cobras Classes
4:00 PM Open door for Evening Exhibition
El Caballo Rey De Reyes – King of Kings
8:00 PM Vendors Area opens and last bids accepted for Silent
Auction items and Mare Raffle
8:30 PM Silent Auction closes and Mare Raffle and winners
announced shortly thereafter
9:45 PM Close of Event
Must be moved out Monday, June 1st by 12:00 PM
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Silent Auction
An event that pleases all is the
Silent Auction. Expect to see
all kinds of interesting items
whether art objects, useful horse
equipment, wine, jewelry or
books and bring your credit
card. The bidding is fun, the outcomes exciting. If you wish to
contribute something you think
will interest this Spanish Horse
crowd, please bring it along and
support the P.R.E. Horse Expo. We thank everyone that joins in
the fun. For more information contact Carlos Salazar at (650)
208-4056 or by email at [email protected]
Horse Marketplace
Breeding fine P.R.E. Horses requires access to extraordinary
bloodlines and breeding stock. You will be able to shop for some
of the finest mares, stallions, and foals available for purchase in
our Horse Marketplace.
Evening Entertainment
Our noble P.R.E. horses are elegant and versatile. Two events
have been scheduled to showcase the talents and abilities of our
breed. On Saturday, we will present Viva Feria and on Sunday,
El Caballo Rey De Reyes. We invite you to participate in all the
events and to experience the many surprises we have planned.
And don’t forget to enjoy the delicious Mexican food!
Tribunales de Reproductores
Calificados at
The Feria Del Caballo Espanol Horse Show Committee is
delighted to announce that ANCCE will provide the West
Coast P.R.E. community with the opportunity to present
horses to the Calificado Tribunal at the May 2009 show.
In order to secure the services of the panel of Tribunal
judges, we must have at least 15 horses committed to the
TRC process. Submit your horse’s name, a copy of your
completed International Request for Service and proof of
payment to the show committee no later than April 30.
Owners who would like to nominate their horse for this
prestigious evaluation can consult the USPRE (http://usprea.
com/?m=200811) website and download the rules and regulations regarding eligibility for the tribunal.
If you think your horse is a viable candidate complete the following three steps:
1.Verify eligibility of your horse by consulting TRC rules.
2.Complete and forward an International Request for Service
(Code number 220) to the LG-ANCCE Miami office;
3. Proceed to make payment for the VALORACIÓN de
REPRODUCTOR CALIFICADO service through the LGANCCE website or by forwarding a credit card authorization form.
International Request for Service (download):
http://usprea.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/01/solicitud_de_
servicio_internacional.pdf
Credit Card Authorization Form (download):
http://usprea.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/01/lgcredit-cardauthorization-form.doc
If you have questions, contact the LG-ANCCE USA office:
848 Brickell Avenue
Suite 307
Miami, Florida, 33131
Tel: (786) 264-1108
Fax: (786) 999-8617
email: [email protected]
At the last U.S. Tribunal in 2007, seven horses were honored
with the Calificado seal. We have another opportunity to present
our beautiful American-owned horses to the Tribunal this May.
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USPRE is pleased
to present the
ANCCE sanctioned
2008 Feria Del
Caballo Español
show results and
congratulates
all exhibitors and
participants.
Campeon de la Raza
(Champion Stallion)
VITOTE
Hacienda Miranda
Subcampeon de la Raza
(Reserve Champion Stallion)
JUSTINO
Hacienda Miranda
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Campeona de la Raza (Champion Mare)
SubCampeona de la Raza (Reserve Champion Mare)
Rancho El Comalteco - Diego Covarubias
Rancho La Estancia - Joe Pena
Campeon Joven de la Raza (Young Stallion Champion)
Campeona Joven de la Raza (Young Champion Mare)
Rancho El Comalteco
Watchman P.R.E. Horses - Terry Waechter
L JOYA
CAMELOT III
GALEA MHF
Subcampeona Joven de la Raza
(Reserve Champion Young Mare)
Subcampeon Joven de la Raza
(Reserve Young Champion Stallion)
Yeguada El Temple - Paco Jiménez
Rancho Madrigal - Rafael Madrigal
CAPRICHOSA III
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SAVEDORA III
ANIMOSO UG
Mejores Movimientos Adultos
(Best Movements Adult Horse)
Mejores Movimientos Jovenes
(Best Movement Young Horse)
Watchman P.R.E. Horses - Terry Waechter
Rancho La Estancia - Joe Pena
Campeon de Funcionalidad (Functionality Champion)
Mejor Ganaderia (Best Breeder)
Raul Armendariz - Rancho Ardmendariz
DOCTORA AK
MAROMITO VII
DELEGADO ARM
Rancho De Mena - Emilio Mena
Mejor Presentador (Best Presentor)
Brenda Gisselle
Mejor Ganaderia Expositora (Best Expositor)
Jesus Jimenez - Rancho los Jiménez
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The Ignacio Bravo Garcia Clinic on July 12th and July 13th
sponsored by ANCCE & USPRE and graciously hosted at the
breeding facilities of Raul Bucio in Merced and Ramiro Mejia
in Chino, California was well attended by over 100 PRE Breeders, Owners and Enthusiasts.
Ignacio Bravo Garcia Clinic
Published courtesy of USPREA
The clinic kick started at the elegant facilities of Raul Bucio
known for his beautiful horses and celebrated throughout California for his commitment to the highest levels of hospitality. Upon
arrival, guests were welcomed by Raul, offered refreshments and
invited to tour the barn. Shade and refreshments were offered at
regular intervals throughout the warm day to make sure guests
found their visit comfortable and enjoyable. The following day,
Ramiro Mejia replicated traditional Hispanic hospitality in Chino.
Clinician, Ignacio Bravo offered a unique perspective at both
sites as a P.R.E. Breeder, accomplished Trainer, Grand Prix level
dressage rider and ANCCE Judge. He was charming, knowledgeable and tireless in his efforts to teach all attendants about the
preparation and presentation of our wonderful horses. His enthousiasm for the Pure Spanish Horse was contagious and his useful
information in abundance.
Amongst the many topics addressed, D. Ignacio gave an overview of what to look for in a well presented functionality test.
The horse should be ridden such that he is obedient to the rider’s
aids but with freedom to express his natural gaits. The horse
should be ridden forward without too much restriction by the
rider’s hands. Particular attention should be paid to the walk
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which is all too often
overlooked when
preparing the horse
for the functionality
test. Enrique Valencia
kindly offered his
stunning stallion, Barroco CA to be used
in the functionality
demonstration.
Ignacio Bravo also
suggested a path to
From left to right: Jesus Jimenez, Ignacio Bravo, Ramiro
Mejia in Southern California. El Señor Jesus Jimenez y
readying a young
Ramiro Mejia agradecen al Señor Ignacio Bravo por su
horse for in-hand
apoyo y profesionalismo brindado en la clinica P.R.E.
realizada en Vaquero Ranch en Chino, California.
presentation which
includes includes
bringing the horse into the arena just to play, marking the moment
as “fun time” followed gradually by in-hand halter training.
The clinic included a section on conformation and how the PRE
horse is scored by the Judges, detailed instructions on grooming and in particular how to trim the mane on mares and young
horses for competitions. Three different horses of varying ages
were used during the lecture and demonstration.
Although the clinic was
given in Spanish, all
attendees commended
Ramiro Vega for serving
as the clinic interpreter.
Beyond the congenial
atmosphere and good
food, the clinic attendees
were treated to a dancing
horse exhibition to music
by Enrique Valencia and
Barroco after the clinic.
From left to right: Raul Bucio, Jacqueline Suechting,
Ignacio Bravo, Gustavo Aldana, Betsy Ketcham in
Northern California.
USPRE and its members
wish to thank ANCCE
and particularly Ignacio Bravo Garcia for this informative and
memorable seminar. His enthusiasm for the Pure Spanish Horse
was contagious and his useful information abundant.
The California Horse Breeders would like to express their appreciation to our sister associations, ANCCE Spain and USPRE
USA, whose support made these clinics possible. Mr. Ignacio
Bravo (Estremadura Spain) delivered a wonderful performance
with his extensive knowledge and experience. As a result of the
positive impact we are planning more ANCCE clinics in 2009.
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Article by Eva Gonzalez, courtesy of Ecuestre Magazine
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On the left, Justino, Reserve Champion, with Vitote (right), Champion of the Raza, both owned by Hacienda Miranda
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Shown from left to right:
Miguel Angel Cardenas
Juan Manuel Munoz ( Rider of FUEGO)
Alexander Zilo
Jaime Guardiola
Maria Fernanda Escalera
Rafael Lemos
There are many names that could fit a
man like Alexander Zilo—executive,
innovator, leader, visionary—but
the best way to describe him is
Renaissance Man. Following an
international career in Media and
Management, Alexander turned
his pastime of horses into a
consuming passion. A collector
of art and all things beautiful,
Alex became enchanted with
the nobility and beauty of the
P.R.E. Horse and when he eventually
travelled to Spain to find one, his sensitive eye
selected a young stallion from the fields that would become
within a year the Champion of Champions in Spain—Copon.
Alex is a man of relationships and he quickly established friendships, a rapport and credibility with the heads of the Spanish
Breeders associations in Spain, as he did also in Mexico and
Latin America. His work for the P.R.E. Horse in America was
dedicated to maintaining those relationships with Spain, for the
sake of the horse as well as for his many friends who desired
to breed an equine product that met the standards of the most
demanding registry for the Spanish Horse, the Libro Geneologico
now managed by ANCCE.
It was his commitment to the P.R.E. Horse that led him to part
ways with former associations who sought to imitate and cheapen
the value of his beloved P.R.E. Horse. It was this same passion
that led him to formally join in the work with ANCCE—as Delegado to North America—and also to be a founder of the United
States P.R.E. Association in late 2007. The following year, 2008,
was a historic one for the P.R.E. Horse in America. Over 2000
P.R.E. horses from American breeding farms were added to the
Libro Geneologico in the United States and Alex put his hands on
every single one of them. His commitment to seeing this breed be
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a success in America was so strong that, in his role of Delegado,
Alex spent several months last year traveling around the United
States and assisting the veterinary teams sent by ANCCE in personally overseeing the inscription and revision of US‑bred horses.
Today, the P.R.E. Horse in America has weathered many conflicts
and now stands securely represented by its US aficionados and
breeders, by the efforts of Breeders Associations and national
promotional associations such as USPRE, and by the parent studbook and world representative of the P.R.E. Horse, ANCCE.
Alex’s efforts to bring us all to this point were honored in the
most esteemed way at SICAB in 2008, where Alex was presented
the Pura Casta Premios 2008 Trofeo Especiale a la Difusion del
P.R.E.—alongside only three others including the 2008 Spanish Olympic Dressage Team rider. Alex was recognized for his
service and sacrifice for the breeders and horses of the United
States, his commitment to a formal relationship between Spain
and the United States in the development of the P.R.E. Horse, and
for his dedication to what he believes in the face of opposition
and deception. Alexander Zilo’s love of beauty, leadership skills,
and dream of owning a P.R.E. horse has brought the Renaissance
to America in the perfect form of our noble horse.
Feria del Caballo Español 2008
Points of Inte re st
249 Stalls were occupied
146 horses entered classes (including 23 weanlings & 7 geldings)
16 horses traveled from Mexico
There were three certified Spanish Judges
Nearly 7,000 spectators were in attendance over the three day event
67 Riders & horses participated in the flag ceremonies
25 Contestants entered the Miss Feria Del Caballo Espanol competition
All competition photos were provided to exhibitors courtesy Rafael Lemos
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S I CA B 2 0 0 8
Photos graciously provided by Avi Cohen
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a Asociación Nacional de Criadores
Grandes personalidades de las asociaciones
de Caballos de Pura Raza Española
Mexicanas asistieron en esta semana de fiesta
( ANCCE ). El pasado 25 al 29 de
y celebración para México. Como nunca
Noviembre una vez mas como todos los años,
los corredores de SICAB se vieron colmados
realizo en El Salón Internacional del Caballo
de color y fiesta con la música tradicional
(SICAB) Sevilla España. Este año el tributo fue
Mexicana, El Mariachi. Que deleito con su
para México. Por su promoción y aporte al
música llamando la atención y admiración de
Caballo Pura Raza Española.
todos los presentes.
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Que es SICAB?
SICAB nace en 1991 en Sevilla, España. Como un medio
de exhibir el caballo Pura Raza Española al gran público
local e internacional.
Este gran evento mantiene desde su inicio hasta el día
de hoy una dinámica de actividades con el mismo
emplazamiento. La tercera semana de Noviembre de
cada año Sevilla se engalana con este espectacular
evento.
SICAB, se encuentra a la altura de las mejores
organizaciones en su genero y una extraordinaria
capacidad de convocatoria a nivel internacional, con
mas de 150,000 visitantes, 1,200 ejemplares de Pura Raza
Española procedentes de mas de 124 ganaderías.
Dedicated to Mexico
Comité Feria del Caballo
Español US P.R.E. Asociación
asiste a SICAB 2008
La asociación US PRE encargada de organizar la primera
Feria del Caballo Español en California, representada en
SICAB por el señor Alexander Zilo Delegado de ANCCE
Pictured below: Ramiro Mejia, Jesus Jimenez, en los Estados Unidos de América y Canadá.
Anastasia Ganboa, Pedro Pons, Alexander Zilo
Embajador del Caballo
Español en las Américas
También el prestigioso cantante de música tradicional
Mexicana el señor Ezequiel Peña nombrado por el
Comité Organizador de Feria como El Embajador
del Caballo Español en las Américas y su grupo de
colaboradores viajaron a la preciosa Cuidad de
Sevilla. Para ser parte del Espectáculo dedicado a
México con una presentación única y sensacional
en la clausura del SICAB frente a mas de 10,000
espectadores. Convirtiéndose en el primer cantante
Mexicano de ser parte de la noche de Clausura del
SICAB. Robándose los aplausos y admiración del
pueblo Español a la tradición Mexicana. Demostró
que no se puede negar el cariño mutuo que existe
entre México y España.
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Y parte del comité organizador de Feria del Caballo
Español presidido por el señor: Jesús Jiménez propietario
de Rancho los Jiménez. Asistió acompañado por
los señores organizadores de nuestro evento Feria
del Caballo Español 2008. El señor Alexander Zilo de
Windsor Stables, la señorita Jennifer Stewart de Royal
Horse Farms, el señor Ramiro Mejia de Vaquero Ranch,
el señor Ramiro Vega de Rancho los Jiménez, el señor
Carlos Jiménez (hijo) de Rancho los Jiménez. Asistieron
la gran celebración con el mismo apoyó y entusiasmo
que demostró ANCCE a nuestra primera Feria del
Caballo Español en California U.S.A.
Pictured above and left:
Ezequiel Peña
(photo on left provided by
Rafael Lemos)
Señorita Feria del
Caballo Español 2008
De igual manera la ganadora del concurso
Señorita Feria del Caballo Español 2008,
Anastasia Gamboa fue la afortunada señorita.
Entre mas de 30 bellas participantes, Anastasia
nos represento en Sevilla España promoviendo
e invitando a todos los aficionados del Caballo
Pura Raza Española a nuestros dos futuros eventos.
PRE Expo en el mes de Mayo y Feria del Caballo
Español 2009 en el mes de Septiembre.
Pictured right:
Don. Samuel Lopez Ortiz
Pictured below and left: Señorita Feria
del Caballo Español 2008, Anastasia
Gamboa
Pictured below: Ms. Elena. Royal Princess
and Federico Jimenez Sainz
Agradecimientos Especiales
El comité organizador de Feria queremos extender
nuestros agradecimientos a la mesa directiva ANCCE
y los organizadores de SICAB. Muy en especial el
señor Javier Conde / Presidente ANCCE, el señor
Pedro Pons / Director Ejecutivo ANCCE, el señor
Jieme Molina / Director Ejecutivo ANCCE, el señor
Alexander Zilo / Delegado ANCCE y todos aquellos
que hicieron posible nuestra agradable estadía en la
bella ciudad de Sevilla España.
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Acontecimientos Especiales
Show Schedule, Spe cial Eve nts & Fe ature s
Show Schedule
Thursday, September 10th
Arrivals from 9:00 AM
(if you plan to arrive prior to Sept. 7th contact the Expo Center)
Outdoor arenas available to work horses.
7:00 PM - 8:00 PM – Welcoming Meeting (Mandatory)
Friday, September 11th
8:00 AM - 6:00 PM Expo Center Arena
Morphology Classes judged by our Spanish Judges
5:30 PM Banquet V.I.P. Hall with All Breeders and ANCCE
Representatives
6:00 PM Door open for Evening Exhibition
Viva Mexico – Homage to the Mexican Tradition
10:00 PM Close
Saturday, September 12th
8:00 AM - 12:00 PM Expo Center arena
Morphology Classes
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM Photo shoot with show photographer
Lunch Break
2:00 PM - 6:00 PM Morphology Classes
6:00 PM Door open for Evening Exhibition
Viva Feria – Enjoy with the Entire Family
10:00 PM Close
Silent Auction
An event that pleases all is the Silent Auction.
Expect to see all kinds of interesting items
whether art objects, useful horse equipment,
wine, jewelry or books and bring your credit
card. The bidding is fun, the outcomes exciting. If you wish to contribute something you
think will interest this Spanish Horse crowd,
please bring it along and support Feria de
la Caballo Español. We thank everyone that
joins in the fun.
Stallion Auction
Breeding fine P.R.E. horses
requires access to extraordinary
stallions. This year the stallion auction offers breeders the
opportunity to select from several Qualified stallions as well
as other proven breeding horses.
This year Jennifer Stewart is our
Stallion Auction Chairman. The
most up-to-date information is
on our website.
Sunday, September 13th
8:00 AM - 10:30 AM Last Morphology Classes
10:30 AM - 1:00 PM Functionality Test for stallions in Expo
Center covered arena
2:00 PM - 3:00 PM Cobras Classes
4:00 PM Open door for Evening Exhibition
El Caballo Rey De Reyes – King of Kings
8:00 PM Vendors Area opens and last bids accepted for Silent
Auction items and Mare Raffle
8:30 PM Silent Auction closes and raffle and winners
announced shortly thereafter
9:45 PM Close of Event
Must be moved out Monday, September 14
by 12:00 PM
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Acontecimientos Especiales
E V E N I N G E N T E R TA I N M E N T
Several unforgettable events were sheduled for our show in 2008 that were
enjoyed by all attendees. We plan on having very similar exiting events in 2009.
Our noble P.R.E. horses are elegant and
versatile. Three events were scheduled
to showcase the talents and abilities of
our breed. On Friday, we presented Viva
Mexico, on Saturday, Viva Feria and on
Sunday, El Caballo Rey De Reyes. We
invited you to participate in all the events
and to experience the many surprises we
have planned. And we know you enjoyed all
the delicious Mexican food available!
Viva Mexico (Homage to the Mexican Tradition)
An entertaining exploration of the colorful
tradition and rich
culture of Mexico,
where the horse has
played an integral
role for centuries.
The skillful Mexican
equestrian women of the Escaramusa Team and the Mexican
Charros performed with Pure Spanish Horses. We were honored
to have riders from as far away as San Francisco and Las Vegas
featured in our grand exhibition of dancing P.R.E. horses and live
music. Professional singers on horseback paid tribute to the Pure
Spanish Horse.
Viva Feria (Enjoy with the Entire Family)
An unforgettable and fabulous evening of
family-oriented events that continued to
highlight the majesty of the magnificent
and noble Pure Spanish Horse. Tomorrow’s
generation of horse enthusiasts, young
riders (ages 7 to 17), demonstrated their
horsemanship skills. Professional artists
danced to live music. Other events included
Alta Escuela exhibitions by well-known
California trainers, performances by a
traditional Mexican dance group, and the
second round of Señorita Feria 2008.
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El Caballo Rey De Reyes (King of Kings)
This final celebratory party made you
and your family feel like royalty as
we shared our passion and admiration
for the elegance and nobility of the
Pure Spanish Horse. Notable personalities from the P.R.E. Horse World
and Guests of Honor joined us from
the United States and abroad, including Central America and Spain. On
this night we recognized the prizes
won by participating breeders. The
entertainment included traditional
Flamenco music accompanied by a
wonderful Flamenco dance group,
the final selection and coronation of
Señorita Feria del Caballo Español
2008, and an amazing presentation
of cobras, which are groups of mares
tied together at the neck and shown by one handler.
Also on Sunday evening, we hosted
the Hon. Don Ezequiel Peña, who
performed with his beautiful Spanish
Horses. The California P.R.E. Horse
Breeders and all the attendees honored
Don Ezequiel Peña for his outstanding contribution in promoting the Pure
Spanish Horse, and recognized him as
the Ambassador of the Pure Spanish Horse in the Americas (El
Embajador del Caballo Español en las Americas).
This promises to be an unforgettable night! Don’t miss out...
Photo Shoot with Rafael Lemos
Revered photographer, Rafael Lemos has chronicled the beauty and altheticism of the Spanish
horse for many years in Spain. We were extremely
fortunate to have this icon present at Feria de la
Caballo Español to capture our horses on film.
Contact show officials if you want to make an
appointment for a Ranch Call or a private appointment with Sr. Lemos.
Sunday evening’s event, the final
celebratory party. El Caballo Rey de
Reyes, (King of Kings). We had the
pleasure to be entertained by Traditional
Flamenco Dancers Peña Andaluza San
Diego California, directed by
Mrs. Charo Monje.
Contestants entered the Miss Feria Del
Caballo Español competition for the grand
prize, to represent our show at the largest
equine event in World, SICAB 2008 in Seville,
Spain in November. Anastasia Gamboa, Ms.
Feria del Caballo Español 2008, pictured above
left at SICAB 2008 with (from left to right) Mr.
Jesus Jimenez (Rancho los Jimenez), Mr. Rafael
Ayala Muñoz of Yeguada Ayala, and Mr. Ramiro
Mejia of Vaquero Ranch.
Miss Feria del Caballo Español 2008
Anastasia Gamboa
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Feria del Caballo Español 2009
V e n d or s & S p o n s or s h i p s
If you would like to be a Vendor or Sponsor, please contact the following Feria Del Caballo Español personnel:
Betsy Ketcham: (831) 245-8728
Ramiro J. Vega: (323) 382-2620
Email General Information: [email protected]
You can also find more detailed information and required forms online on the Feria Del Caballo Espanol web page.
www.feriadelcaballoespanol.com
Nearly 7,000 spectators were in attendance over the three day event.
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Feria del Caballo Español 2009
Ge ne ral Inf ormat ion
1. Feria del Caballo Español competition is governed by the
rules of LG-ANCCE and the ANCCE Competition and
Show Department and will be conducted in accordance with
those rules. The rules may be viewed and downloaded from
the ANCCE website at www.ancce.com. Rules pertaining to
In-Hand, Alta Escuela and Functionality classes are on the
ANCCE website under “Events”.
2. All entries are accepted with the understanding that Feria del
Caballo Español and the Industry Hills Expo Center will not
be held responsible for any loss, personal injury, or damage
to horses exhibited, or for any article that may be lost, stolen,
damaged or destroyed.
3. The Feria del Caballo Español Show Committee reserves the
right to refuse, accept conditionally, or cancel entries, disqualify exhibitions, prohibit exhibition and entries, remove
any person or horse from the show, and cancel awards without
being liable for compensation or damages.
4. All owners and exhibitors will be held responsible for any
damage incurred by them or their agents to barns or to the
Industry Hills Expo Center and will be billed accordingly.
5. This show is open to Pure Spanish Horses (Caballos de Pura
Raza Española) who are properly inscribed and/or revised by
the Spanish Stud book. See the “Requirements to Compete”
for acceptable paperwork for entering.
Feria del Caballo Español Special Awards
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Carretera Alcora Onda, Km 6. Alcora (Castellón)
www.pacomarti.com l email: [email protected]
Tel: 605 629 17 72 96 Fax: 605 96421 54 60
Feria del Caballo Español 2009
R e qu i r e m e n t s t o C om p e t e i n
San c t ion e d M or p hol o g y C l a s s e s
All shows conducted by Feria del Caballo Español are open to
Pure Spanish Horses (Caballos de Pura Raza Española) who are
properly inscribed and/or revised by the Spanish stud book.
To enter horses you must submit the following with their entry:
Sucklings/Weanlings
Solicitud de Servicio for Inscription and copies of Sire & Dam
bloodlines from the Spanish Stud Book
Horses age One through Three
Inscription Carta, Revision Carta or Solicitud de Servicio for
Inscription/Revision with copies of their parents’ Cartas or bloodlines from the Spanish Stud Book site (www.LGANCCE.com)
Mares & Stallions 4 yrs. & over
Carta (revised & approved) or if being presented for Revision this
year may submit a copy of the Solicitud de Servicio for Revision
with copies of their parents Cartas or bloodlines from the Spanish
Stud Book site.
Geldings all ages
Inscription Carta, Carta, or Solicitud de Servicio with copies of
their parents’ bloodlines from the Spanish Stud Book site. Geldings ARE NOT ELIGIBLE for the Spanish Book of Merits.
Horses may be shown in any suitable halter
with a throatlatch; Spanish tack is not a requisite. Handlers are to be dressed neatly and
cleanly (no blue jeans or denim, t-shirts or
tennis shoes). Spanish attire for the handler is
not a requisite. One handler may handle more
than one horse; the stand-in handler accepting the horse in the ring must also be neatly
and cleanly dressed (no blue jeans or denim,
t-shirts or tennis shoes.) Tailers are permitted;
there is to be no snapping of a whip held by a tailer. Mares may
be shown with suckling at their side; sucklings may be shown
with the dam at their side.
Horses three years of age and older, except for geldings and
cobras, will be required to canter in the ring. Stallions four years
of age and older must complete the Functionality Test which
counts for 25% of their morphology score for their In-Hand
scores to be counted. A snaffle bit is obligatory. If you are using
single reins, then snaffle bit only. For Double reins, normal bits
and chains are allowed along with a mandatory snaffle bit. No
whips allowed in the class.
The horses will enter the ring at the walk. They will line up
shoulder-to-shoulder, wait for the steward to beckon, then walk to
the judge. They will walk to the rail and walk back to the judge.
They will then trot to the rail, canter several circles if age group
requires and trot back to the judge, stand and be shown. They will
trot away from the judge and take their position in the end of the
string of horses in the class.
Cobras of Mares
In addition to the placings in the class, a best movement winner
will be selected in each section. That winner is eligible to compete in the Best Movement Class, according to age.
Mares must be revised/approved and be 4 years of age or older
NOTE: Any horses submitted with a Solicitud de Servicio in lieu
of a carta and who later fail to be presented or fail to be approved
when presented for revision will forfeit their placement in the
class and all points awarded for that/those class(es) in the Books
of Merits will be void.
Please visit www.feriadelcaballoespanol.com under SHOW
INFORMATION to see the judge’s scorecard, Functionality diagram, and to read in Spanish the Functionality Test. The Feria del
Caballo Español horse show is covered by the rules of ANCCE
and will be conducted in accordance with those rules. The rules
may also be downloaded at www.feriadelcaballoespanol.com
under SHOW RULES.
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General Inf ormation
1.
To enter a horse, send the completed entry for, entry
fees, stall fess, copies of front and back of the Spanish Carta
(Certificado de Inscripcion y Carta Genealogica), negative Coggins, membership status, and amateur status, if applicable, to
Feria del Caballo Español, PH/FAX: (626) 336-0146, email:
[email protected] Make checks payable to Feria
del Caballo Español. No horse will be allowed to enter without
providing a copy of their Spanish Carta or Solicitud de Servicio
or other acceptable paperwork as specified in the Requirements
to Compete. Numbers will be released only upon full payment of
fees and receipt of an open check at the Horse Show Office. No
owner with unpaid fees from a previous show will be allowed to
enter until those fees are paid.
2.
No entry will be accepted unless it is properly signed
by the owner, Trainer, and Exhibitor, and in the case of a minor,
signed by the parent or guardian. If there is no trainer, the entry
form must be signed in the trainer’s section by the owner. The
entry must be completed on the entry form provided; photocopies of the entry form may be made. All fees must be sent with the
entry.
9.
Class Calls: Due to the unforeseeable problems with
any mechanical device, the PA System and paddock calls must be
considered a courtesy. It is the responsibility of the exhibitor to
be sure that his horse is at the gate at the prescribed time. Every
effort will be made to maintain a working PA System to carry
class calls, however, no protest will be upheld, nor will any class
be changed on the basis of PA malfunction alone.
10.
Classes will be called with advance notice before each
preceding class enters the ring. Participants and horses must
report to the gate within three minutes of the gate being opened.
For a tack change, seven minutes will be allowed from the time
the preceding class has left the ring. Please advise the Paddock
Master in advance of the preceding class if a tack change is
required.
11.
Absolutely no needles, syringes, or other medical waste
may be disposed of in the manure disposal area.
3.
Class fees TBD. There is no fee for Championship classes, Best Movement classes, or the Parade of
Champions.
4.
Late entries will pay an additional fine. Refunds will
only be given with an official certificate from the veterinarian or
a copy of a bill of sale for the horse. Full refund of entry fees will
be given, less a $25.00 office charge. Stall fees are not refundable
under any circumstances. If a horse is entered and is then unable
to perform, another horse may be entered for a $25.00 fee.
5.
Stalls and tack stalls will be available for early arrivals. Early arrivals will be assessed an additional $45 per stall per
day. Move-out day is Monday by 12:00PM. No shavings will be
provided upon arrival. Additional shavings may be purchased at
the Industry Hills Expo Center. Competitors are allowed to bring
their own shavings.
6.
Returned checks will incur a penalty of $25.00 or 10%
of the stall and entry fees whichever is greater. No check will be
processed through the bank a second time and must be covered
by a cashier’s check, money order, or cash, plus penalty.
7.
The judge shall have the authority to place a horse in
whatever position in the class that he/she thinks the merits of the
horse justifies. The judge shall award first through fifth place in
each class, except for Championship and Best Movement classes,
according to the merit in each class.
8.
In the event a judge designated in this premium is unable
to perform his/her duties because of circumstances beyond his/
her control, or for other reasons, the Feria del Caballo Español
Show Committee reserves the right to substitute another judge in
his/her place.
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Feria del Caballo Español 2009
D i r e c t io n s
Directions to
Industry Hills Expo Center
From the North:
From I-5, take Left exit #134B/Pomona Fwy/Pomona onto
CA-60 E toward Pomona/Pomona Fwy (CA-60 HWY) E and go
14.1 miles. Take exit #14B/Seventh Ave. North/Industry, go 0.3
mi. Turn Right on S. 7th Ave., proceed 1.5 miles. Continue on N.
Sunset Ave., go 0.6 miles. Turn Right on Temple Ave. and go 2.0
miles. Industry Hills Expo Center, at 16200 Temple Ave., City Of
Industry, is located on the right.
From the South:
From I-5, take exit #107A/Pomona onto CA-57 N and go 16.1
miles. Take the Los Angeles exit onto CA-60 W and proceed 5.6
miles. Take exit #18/Azusa Ave. Go 0.3 miles. Turn Right on S.
Azusa Ave. and go 2.1 miles. Turn Left on Temple Ave and go 1.2
miles. Industry Hills Expo Center, at 16200 Temple Ave, City Of
Industry, is located on the right.
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