June News


Featured Sire

Cabalito was imported from Germany in 2001 to be the flagship hunter stallion for Whitehedge Farm. He combined a very successful show and breeding career from 2001-2007, establishing himself as a very important breeding stallion for the US. His offspring are particularly sought after for their fantastic temperaments, rideability and beautiful hunter movement. Cabalito has been heavily utilized in our breeding program as his first and second generation offspring continue to prove his value as an important part of American Hunter breeding.

Cabalito returned to the show ring this spring in incredible shape at age 18 with great success! He recently competed at the Historic Pin Oak Charity Horse show in Katy, TX. He was shown in the Adult Amateur Hunters with Susan Leonard, and in the National Hunter Derbies with Peter Pletcher. He received great ribbons, including a 7th place out of 45 horses in the $10,000 National Hunter Derby. Cabalito was extremely well represented with several offspring also showing at Pin Oak.

Mars, son of Cabalito, Texas Pre-Green Stake winner

For breeding information, contact: Anne Hedge Whitehedge Farm 9823 Arvin Hill Rd. Aubrey TX 76227 Mobile 940-594-9275 info@whitehedgefarm.com ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~


Texas Pre-Green Update: Held at Texas Rose Horse Park and managed by Southbound Shows, the Texas Show Jumping Classic and Southwest Classic held both $2,500 Texas Pre-Green Stakes and Texas Hunter Breeding eligible classes.

Besting the $2,500 Pre-Green Stake at the Show Jumping Classic were repeat winners Peter Pletcher and Fifty Fifty, owned by Kyle Owens. The win brought fifty fifty's annual earnings to $4,468, landing himself in third in the standings. Kyle Owens currently stands second among 2015 Texas Pre-Green owners, with $8,020 this year.

Tracy Fenney and MTM Personalized took the $2,500 Stake at the Southwest Classic, maintaining owner MTM Farm's leading position with total earnings of $8,918. Second in the 2015 leading rider standings, Tracy has earned $8,608 in 2015. Currently on break until September, the Texas Pre-Green Super Stake Series will resume with the Texas Sport Horse Cup and Texas Rose Classic. Significant payout remains to be distributed, and enrollment is expected to climb as November's Final Championship grows closer. Click Here for current Texas Pre-Green Super Stake Series Standings

 Texas Hunter Breeding Update: Texas Hunter Breeding approved classes were offered at the recent Show Jumping Classic and Southwest Classic in Tyler.

Quick Shine (by enrolled sire Shine and out of Alythia), owned by Olde Oaks Farm and handled by Claire Burns, was the Yearling winner at both shows, as well as earning Best Young Horse title during the Southwest Classic. Galante, owned by Rancho de Los Arboles and handled by Katja Kallenberger, won the two year old class at both the Show Jumping Classic and the Southwest Classic. Galante is by Thanks for the Gold and out of Slew's Hot Topic.

Winning the three year old class and earning Best Young Horse honors during the Show Jumping Classic was High Shine, owned by Olde Oaks Farm and handled by Liza Richardson. A full sibling to Quick Shine, High Shine was sired by Shine and out of Alythia. Three year old class winner at the Southwest Classic was Bright & Shiny, also owned by Olde Oaks Farm and handled by Claire Burns. Bright & Shiny was sired by Shine and is out of Magic Hostess. Click Here for current Texas Hunter Breeding Series Standings

 Next issue: Texas Sport Horse Cup and Texas Rose Classic ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~