2016 Stallion Review February 2016 - Page 49

Midnight Sun Pride of Midnight Pride of Stanley A Command Performance Midnight Sun Sun's Butterfly Midnight Lou A. He's Puttin' On The Ritz Pride Of Midnight Prides Generator H.F. Spirit's Nell Gen's Living Doll GLL's Carbon Copy Sister Stratton Mack K's Heiress B. Midnight Sun Pride Of Midnight Pride Of Stanley Pride's Beam Sun's Dark Beam Beams Dark Reverie F.P. Spirits Nightengale Coins Lady Beam Pride Of Midnight H.F. Prides Gold Coin Delight's Joanna Gold Shimmer Ebony's Senator Senator's Leigh Pleasures Rockette 2002 National Futurity Champion Two-Year-Old Stallion 2003 National Futurity Champion Three-Year-Old Stallion 2005 World Champion Amateur Stallion There is probably no stallion as popular among the show set today as Titleist . His first crop of colts came out of the gate a blazin’ in 2010 with Pro V-1 winning the Two Year Old World Grand Championship in 2010. The following year in 2011 his first born son, a colt they call Honors, won the Three Year Old World Grand Championship in 2011 with Pro V-1 as Reserve. Honors followed that victory up with the Four Year Old World Grand Championship in 2012. These early Titleist progeny have dominated the show World. His son Eye On The Title became the 2014 Country Pleasure World Grand Champion. The Titleist puts on his foals a very fluid moving back-end and breaks very high in the knees for an exciting animated look. He is a very solid built stallion that produces good solid hooves and good bone mass in his foals. Titleist colts are very popular among trainers and have been very easy to sell. Breed just one mare to The Titleist and you too will see why he is so popular. For more information on breeding to The Titleist click on the following link http://attherisingstar.com/stallions/the-titleist/