Texas Pre-Green Enrollees Excel in USHJA Pre-Green Championship!

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Texas Pre-Green Enrollees Excel in USHJA Pre-Green Incentive Championship! 2016 Texas Pre-Green Super Series Extends to New States! 60 Enrolled to date in 2016, Current Year Payout to date over $72,000 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Texas Pre-Green Enrollees Excel in 2016 USHJA Pre-Green Incentive Championship, Earning Combined $35,000+!

Second Round Winner and American-Bred Bonus Recipient! Davidson, owned by Colleen McQuay and ridden by Tim Goguen, finished Round 2 of the 2016 Pre-Green Incentive Championship on top, earning $11,911 in addition to $1,619 won in the Final Round! Davidson was also the winner of the $5,000 American-Bred Bonus, presented in remembrance of Candie Owens. Davidson was sired by Texas Hunter Breeding Enrolled Sire, Cabana! TOTAL EARNINGS ~ $18,500!

Super Series Group $2,500 Bonus Winner, Fifth Place Overall, Mare Bonus Recipient, and Tier II Bonus Winner! Girl Crush, owned by Helen Lenahan and ridden by Kristy Herrera, took second in the Round 1, tenth in Round 2, and fifth in the Final Round of the Championship, earning a total of $5,525 for their efforts in the USHJA Pre-Green Incentive Championship Class. Additionally, Girl Crush was the $2,500 Super Series Group Bonus winner, $5,000 Mare Bonus Award recipient and the winners of the Tier II Bonus, taking home another $3,000! TOTAL EARNINGS ~ $16,000! Uptown, owned by Douglas Wheeler and Ridden by Hunt Tosh, also earned a paycheck for his performance in the Championship Round. A total of 15 Texas Pre-Green enrollees participated in the competitive event, including Annie Kartsotis on VDL Opportunity Knox, Peter Pletcher on Sequence, Sacre'-Couer, A Timely Affair, and Serena, Will Roberts with Wayfarer and Redding Ridge, Daniel Bedoya with Playbook, Laura Sisson with Katcha Laughin, Kristy Hererra with Savannah, Didi Mackenzie with MTM Come Again, and Jordan Gilchrist with Caswell. Congratulations, and thank you for making the Super Series Group proud of their program's performers! ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Texas Pre-Green Series a Smash Hit in NEW States! Venturing outside Texas for the first time in 2016, the Texas Pre-Green Super Stake Series has extended into new territory for Oklahoma's GO Shows and New Mexico's Santa Fe Summer Series. With 2016 current enrollment at 60 and payout for the season topping $72,000 with several months of Stakes and a $25,000 Championship remaining, the five year-old program heads toward the $600,000 lifetime payout mark, sure to cross by the end of this season.

A Timely Affair and Sue Takata

$2,500 Texas Pre-Green Stakes were held both weeks at GO Preview and GO Show in Oklahoma. Taking the Texas Pre-Green win at GO Preview were Sue Takata and A Timely Affair, owned by Stonebridge Farm, followed by Jordan Gilchrist and Caswell, owned by Sydney Murdoch, winning the Stake at GO Show.

Watermark and Michael Dennehy

Kaspar and Hannah Evans

The Texas Pre-Green Series' next stop was at the Santa Fe Summer Series. Enrollment increased again in the program's new venue, bringing current numbers to 60 (an increase over this point in the season during prior years). Winning the $2,500 Stake during both weeks one and two were Michael Dennehy and Watermark, owned by Jennifer Singer. Week three brought a win for Hannah Evans and Kaspar, owned by Bernadette Mulliken.

LAST CALL FOR DISCOUNTED ENROLLMENT RATES! 2016 Enrollment Still Available for Texas Pre-Green and Texas Hunter Breeding Programs! Unnamed enrollment slots are still available at the current enrollment rates for the Texas Pre-Green and Texas Hunter Breeding programs in addition to regular enrollment. With this great new option, owners can reserve a space for a horse to be eligible to participate later in the season without naming the horse up front, saving money and reducing risk! Enrollment rates and deadlines are as follows, and purchases of slots will be charged at the current enrollment rate on date of purchase: Texas Pre-Green Enrollment Dates and Rates: Through August 31: $550 Through Finals: $750 Texas Hunter Breeding Enrollment Dates and Rates: August 1 through Final Championship: Yearlings- $450 Two Year-Olds- $550 Three Year-Olds- $650 Slot Details: 1. Slots purchased will be non-refundable. Any slots that are unused will stay dedicated to the current year's purse and will not roll over. 2. Once a slot is dedicated, it is in play for the named horse only. 3. Substitutions of horses will not be allowed. 4. Slots may not be sold to another party. Visit our website to download forms and enroll by mail or submit slot purchases or enrollments in the horse show office at participating events. For enrollment questions, please contact Terri Irrer at 313.310.2106 or tfidance@aol.com [mailto:tfidance@aol.com]. Don't Forget- Stallion Ownership NOT Required to be Texas Hunter Sire Nominator! Nominators of sires are NOT required to be sire owners, and bonus money based on the performance of enrolled sires' get in the Texas Pre-Green and Texas Hunter Breeding Final Championships is paid directly to nominators! Producers of the successful Texas Pre-Green Super Stake Series, the Super Series Group partners introduced the Texas Hunter Sire and Texas Hunter Breeding Programs in 2015. The Sire Program marries the two competitive programs to reward sire nominators and promote Hunter sires, not required to be based in Texas. In an effort to promote Hunter and Jumper breeding in Texas and throughout the United States, the Super Series Group will promote enrolled stallions via their website, e-newsletters, and social media outlets from the time of enrollment through the end of the program season. Stallion bonuses will be paid to the nominators of the sires of top eligible offspring in the Texas Pre-Green and Texas Hunter Breeding Final Championships. Stallion owners and nominators are encouraged to suggest program enrollment for offspring of enrolled sires, as enrollment will serve as a benefit to both sire and offspring.