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Roan Treasure , foaled June 17 , 1962 . Owner , Alvin Pletzcr , Elclon , Mo .
BROOK . OF PUTNAM , s , by Midnitc Sun Glo O . out of Buffalo Valley Lou , foaled May 20 , 1962 . Owner , A . J . Sadler , Bloomington Springs , Tenn .
WILSON ALLEN ’ S SADIE , m , by Valley View ’ s Ace out of Kady-Did , foaled Apr . 5 , 1957 . Owner , Malcolm Keatts , Wood lawn , Tenn .
LADY BIRD SMITH , m , by White Merry Boy , Jr . out of Roxic Smith , foaled Apr . 21 , 1953 . Owner , Wiley Smith , Normandy , Tenn .
LYNN ’ S GOLDEN BOY , s , by Doctor ’ s Orders out of Silver Joy ' s Ribbon , foaled July 3 , 1962 . Owner , M . Lynn Bennion . Salt Lake City , Utah .
BARNEY VELVET , s , by Doctor ’ s Orders out of Taffy of Safari /, foaled June 17 , 1962 . Owner , M . Lynn Bennion , Salt Lake City , Utah
REBEL JUDGE , g , by City Judge out of Clyde , foaled May 17 , I960 . Owner , Newton W . Williams , New Albany , Miss .
GLORY ’ S ACE , s , by Merry Tone out of Glory ' s Midst R . G ., foaled Apr . 23 , 1962 . Owner , Carroll Walls & Powell Hines . Columbia , Tenn .
ROYAL MASTER PIECE , s , by Smokcy Sun out of Jane Wilson , foaled Sept . 1 , 1962 . Owner , R . C . Morgan , Albemarle , N . C .
MISS REBECCA HELENE , m , by Garretts Gold Medal out of Billy ’ s Baby Girl , foaled Apr . 11 , 1962 . Owner ,' O . S . Rivers , Thomaston , Ala .
MOON ’ S BLACK MAGIC , m , by Alabama Hi Moon out of Son ’ s Flower Girl , foaled June 19 , 1962 . Owner , Harold E . Beckler , Shelbyvillc , Tenn .
SHADOW ’ S BAY BOY , s , by Go Boy ’ s Shadow out of Crox Glory Bee , foaled March S , 1962 . Owner , Harold B . Beckler , Shelbyville , Tenn .
MAJOR ’ S HIGH NOON , s , by Merry Major Wilson B . out of Dimple ’ s Molly Allen , foaled May 12 , 1962 . Owner . W . T . Gibson , Union Springs , Ala .
SOCIETY ANN ’ S SUNGLO , m , by Midnite Sun Glo O . out of Society Girl Anna , foaled March 14 , 1962 . Owner , C . M . Brooks , Jamestown , Tenn .
ALFORD ’ S PRINCESS , m , by White Roses Ball out of Ethel Conner , foaled June 2 , 1962 . Owner , Fred B . Alford , Opp , Ala .
JULIAN ’ S GO BOY , s , by Go Boy ’ s Security out of Byrom ’ s Merry Blue , foaled Jan . 12 , 1960 . Owner , Julian Fite & C . L . Frates , Oklahoma City , Okla .
TIGER LADY , in , by Stumble Bum out of Sweet Chesterfield , foaled March 26 , 1960 . Owner , Newton E . Love III , Kosciusko , Miss .
SNOOKS MERRY BOY , s , by Snooks , Jr . out of Wards Merry Sue , foaled Apr . 28 , 1960 . Owner , Quinlcn Rogers , Waynesboro , Ga .
LISA ’ S PURITY BOY , s , by My Midnight Traveler out of Mona Lisa Y ., foaled June 8 , 1962 . Owner , D . O . Burcham , Corinth , Miss .
SIMPSON ’ S DICTATOR , s , by Our Wilson Allen out of Campbells Doll , foaled June 12 , 1957 . Owner , Harry Simpson , Miamisburg , Ohio .
CADEBILL , s . by Dark Go Boy out of Miss Rhett , foaled Sept . 20 , 1960 . Owner , W . M . Cade , Union Springs , Ala .
ROBERTSONS SUNSHINE , m , by Macks Lucky Boy out of Haywood ’ s Sunshine , foaled Aug . 1 , 1961 . Owner , John
G . Robertson , Camden , Tenn .
JUNE ’ S CAROL SUE , m . by June Sun out of Carol Sue Allen , foaled Aug . 16 , 1959 . Owner , John G . Robertson ,
Camden , Tenn . DARK MIRACLE , m , by Merry Go Boy out of Miracle Miss ., foaled Sept . 15 , 1962 . Owner , T . W . Powers , Fletcher , N . C .
BEAUTY GAMBLE , m , by Circle T . Go-Boy , out of Ginger Gamble , foaled July 8 , 1962 . Owner , John D . Gamble , Maryville , Tenn .
NOVA ALLEN , m , by Rex Alamo out of Nova Lee , foaled May 17 , 1962 . Owner , Dr . Clyde Magee , Kilgore , Texas
GRACIE ALLEN B-2 , m , by Rex Alamo out of Grade Allen B ., foaled June 26 , 1961 . Owner , Dr . Clyde Magee ,
Kilgore , Texas
DIXIE ’ S ROCKET , s , by Ace o [ Lyn Mar oul of Mar )’ Allen ’ s Dixie , foaled Apr . 29 , 1962 . Owner , Chas . A . Long . Maryville , Tenn .
SUN ’ S MELLO GOLD G ., in , by Merry Boy Wilson CGG ( Continued on page 18 )
4 . INDIVIDUAL WORK-OUT ON STRAIGHT-A-WAY : A test to observe details of finish , control and use of aids . To include canter leads , and horse performance . To see rider in motion from front and rear in all 3 Walking Horse gaits .
5 . CHANGE HORSES : As a last resort in a close decision , then ONLY with most careful judgment between top riders mounted similarly . Urge that horse show premium lists specify if this test is expected . Not recommended for younger children .
No individual performance may be requested that is not included in the class requirements .
END EQUITATION REGULATIONS
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An outstanding bulletin on Horsemanship was issued in March , 1960 , by the Extension Service , Institute of Agricultural Sciences , Washington State University , Pullman , Wash . This bulletin was prepared by Dr . M . E . Ensminger , then director of the Department of Animal Science but since Sept . 1 , 1962 , a private consultant with offices at Clovis , Calif .
Some Rules of Good Horsemanship Good riders observe the following rules : 1 . Mount correctly from the left side ; make the horse stand still until the rider is properly seated in the saddle .
2 . Ride with the heels kept down ; the toes turned out slightly ; the head and chest lifted ; the shoulders square ; the elbows close to the body ; and the ankles , shoulders , arms and wrists flexed . 3 . Avoid such habits as “ clucking ” to the horse or slapping him with the ends of the reins . 4 . Warm up the horse slowly ; walk him for the first half mile and then jog him slowly for another quarter mile . 5 . Hold the horse to walk when traveling over paved streets or roads . 6 . Keep to the right side of the road except when passing , and give right-of-way courteously .
7 . Never rush past riders who are proceeding at a slower gait . This startles both horses and riders and frequently causes accidents . Instead , approach slowly and pass cautiously on the left side .
8 . Keep the horse under control at all times . Galloping a willing horse not only is poor horsemanship , but the act shows ignorance on the part of the rider .
9 . Keep the proper tension on the reins ; avoid either tight or dangling reins . 10 . Slow the horse down when making a sharp turn . 11 . Do not ride too close to the horse in front to avoid danger from kicking . Either keep abreast or a full horse ’ s length behind other mounts . 12 . Walk the horse when going up or down hill . 13 . Do not force the horse to take a rapid gait for more
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