Red White N Good Offers FREE Breeding In Support of Our Heroes
September 25, 2015
Red White N Good is pleased to annouce a special program for the 2016 season to benefit our National Heroes including members of US Police Forces, US Armed Forces, and Wounded Warriors from foreign wars. Members in the immediate family/household living as the registered mare owner are eligible. The FREE breeding includes the 2016 chute fee, but does not include a rebreed or shipping fees. If you have questions about eligibility, please call or email. To be eligible, submit a contract and documentation of your service for approval by 2/1/16.
This is our "Red White N Good" attempt at paying back all that you do for us to keep us safe and FREE.
Red White N Good and Liz Flohr of Recchuiti Show Horses, made they're Congress Western Riding debut on October 14, 2014, placing in the top 15 in a very tough Junior Western Riding class. We were so pleased with how smoothly and beautifully he completed the pattern. Then on 10/21, in Green Western Riding, they placed 11th (10th in NSBA) out of 109 entries! He looks like he enjoys the class very much. Watch for him next at the AQHA World Show in November.
Read about how the two stallions at Bailey Farm are half brothers and related to so many champions. Their dam was an exceptional mare and it shows in her offspring, grandchildren, and great grandchildren.
In his first show to ever show in Western Riding, "Irish" placed first under all the judges and earned 8 points with Brad Pitts in the saddle. In just TWO shows, he is now qualified for AQHA World Championship Show in Open Junior Western Riding in 2014. Yay! Go Irish and Thanks Brad!
Erica Wolf Wins Free Breeding Drawing
October 25, 2013
The first annual drawing for a free breeding to Red White N Good was held in Congress Hall today. Mr. Herb Best, from Nova Scotia was on hand to pick the winner. Erica Wolf of Shreve, OH won the drawing and plans to breed her mare, The Rose Invitation, to Irish.
Red White N Good Places 3rd In 2013 Congress Performance Halter
October 14, 2013
It was a big Performance Halter Stallions class and had some gorgeous stallions in it. Very deep. But Irish pulled out a 3rd place in the Limited PHS with Brad Pitts. He looked great and we were very proud of him. He was the highest to place among the performance-bred stallions (not halter bred.) Good job Irish & Brad!