May 2016 - Connemara Pony Breeders` Society

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May 2016 - Connemara Pony Breeders` Society
CONNEMARA
PONY BREEDERS’ SOCIETY OF AUSTRALIA
www.cpbsa.com.au
Facebook\Connemara Pony Breeders Society of Australia
May 2016
‘PONY AT DAWN’
Winning picture (from 32 entries)
in the Aonach Photography Competition, sponsored by Powderbark Stud, York, WA.
2015/16 Performance Register Sponsorship
A reminder that we are looking for sponsors to support the 2015/16 Performance
Register. We are in need of sponsors for this season to ensure we can continue to
provide quality awards. Please support the Performance Register and contact
Victoria at [email protected] for further details.
The date for Pointscore cut-off is the end of May and all results will need to be
forward to Catherine McTaggart by the end of June.
If you have any queries please contact Catherine McTaggart at
[email protected] or (08) 8648 1813.
Good Luck!
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John Bromfield riding CSU Sky High Diamond on behalf of owner, Kirsten Volz, to win the thrilling Puissance
event, sponsored by ARC PLASTERING. Generous sponsorship by this firm allowed for the purchase of the
Shamrock wings and Irish rails featured in the class and for a generous cash prize for the winner. By the way, the
same combination also won the Puissance in 2015.
AONACH 2016 –
Now in its fourth year, Aonach goes from strength to strength. The Saturday closest to St
Patrick’s Day is firmly cemented into the Connemara calendar, into the bookings at Charles
Sturt University, and into the hearts and minds of the growing number of stalwart supporters.
This year’s Irish Ambassador was Tom MacLochlainn, President of the CPBS. Tom and his son, Eamonn, in
Australia for a ‘tourist ‘ trip (Sydney, Uluru, the Nullarbor etc) managed to include Wagga Wagga in their itinerary.
Because Tom was in town on Friday, the programme was extended to a ‘Talk by Tom’ at the Commercial Club on
that night. This was positive and informative in both of its sections, the one on the implications of the most recent
Irish report on Inspections, and the other on the social factors which have influenced the development of the
pony in Ireland.
Undoubtedly the hardest worked person on the day was West Australian Diane Bennit who, on Friday, built the
courses, and, on Saturday, both stood as an Inspector and then judged all of the jumping classes. The officials and
the competitors appreciated both her professionalism and her enthusiasm.
Aonach runs on volunteers and sponsors. Many of the volunteers, such as marshall, Mal Welsh, and announcer
Christine Hill, are not directly connected with Connemara ponies. The Dressage judges were both volunteers. The
Horse Trials Club and the Dressage Club both loaned and delivered and erected equipment – and then returned it
to their bases at the end of the competition.
Sponsors this year included Horseware Ireland who gave the Champion rugs and saddle cloths for all the jumping
classes; Saddleworld who gave the saddle cloths for all of the Dressage; Horseland who once again sponsored the
Smartest on Parade with rugs for both Under Saddle and In Hand; Powderbark Stud who supplied the rosettes for
the Photography; Fine Equine Design Horsehair Jewellery; Clover Connermara Sporthorses; and Dromara Park
Connemara Stud.
We now have a list of ponies which have been to all four Aonach events: CSU Sky High Diamond (formerly CSU
Cullinan); CSU Lyrebird; CSU Red Robin; Glenormiston Celtic Pride; Glenormiston Finn McCool; Gneevebrack
Storm; Sugargum Sirocco. May they all – and the ponies who have now notched up three years in a row, and the
ponies who have come twice, and the ponies who just discovered Aonach in 2016 – continue to enjoy the day
with their riders into the future.
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RESULTS
1 SMARTEST ON PARADE
Sponsored by Horseland, Wagga Wagga
Under Saddle
Sugargum Uabba Lola
Fairlie Riverdance
Gneevebrack Storm
In Hand
Sugargum Richenda
Celtic Sir James
Glenormiston Celtic Pride
Lydia Alston
Kate Robertson
John Bromfield
Janene Leslie
Lydia Alston
Kirsten Volz
2 YOUNG HANDLER
Jason Smith
Lydia Alston
Hope Masterson
Jessica Matthews and Brideh Masterson
3 DRESSAGE
All classes sponsored by Saddleworld, Wagga Wagga
1.2
CSU Lyrebird
CSU Sky High Diamond
Glenormiston Finn McCool
Glenormiston Celtic Pride
Wychwood Lily
1.2 Cyber
Monahan Nougat
Glenormiston Dundrum
Glenormiston Adare
2.2
CSU Sky High Diamond
Gneevebrack Storm
Sugargum Blossom
CSU Red Robin
Wychwood Lily
3.2
Gneevebrack Storm
Preparatory B – Restricted Age – On site
Glenormiston Finn McCool
Capparis Ryanne
Sugargum Sirocco
Preparatory B Restricted Age – Cyber
Glenormiston Dundrum
Glenormiston Adare
Paige Gready
Kirsten Volz
Rachel Creas
Kirsten Volz
Aaron Oldaker
Victoria Strickland
Emily Sheridan
Emily Sheridan
Kirsten Volz
John Bromfield
Nicola Smith
Madeline Oldaker
Aaron Oldaker
John Bromfield
Rachel Crease
Anne White
Janene Leslie
Carlisle Sheridan
Carlisle Sheridan
4 LOOSE JUMPING
Sponsored by Horseware Australia
14.hh and under
Sugargum Sirocco
Sugargum Las Vegas
Celtic Sir James
Sugargum Uabba Lola
over 14 hh
CSU Lyrebird
Glenormiston Finn McCool
Garnet Time and Tide
Sugargum Blossom
Capparis Ryanne
Janene Leslie
Jason Smith
Lydia Alston
Lydia Alston
Paige Gready =
Rachel Crease =
Sally Harding
Nicola Smith
Anne White
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5 WORKING HUNTER
Sponsored by Horseware Australia
14.hh and under
Sugargum Sirocco
Sugargum Las Vegas
Sugargum Uabba Lola
Boonahburra Abbeylark
Garnet Silhouette
Celtic Sir James
Over 14.hh
Garnet Time and Tide
CSU Red Robin
Sugargum Blossom
Capparis Ryanne
CSU Lyrdbird
Madeline Oldaker
Jason Smith
Lydia Alston
Madeline Smith
Hope Masterson
Lydia Alston
Sally Harding
Madeline Oldaker
Nicola Smith
Anne White
Paige Gready
6 TABLE A SHOWJUMPING
Sponsored by Horseware Australia
60 cm
Gneevebrack Storm
Celtic Sir James
Boonahburra Abbeylark
CSU Red Robin
Capparis Ryanne
85 cm
Wychwood Just In Time
Celtic Sir James
Sugargum Blossom
John Bromfield
Lydia Alston
Madeline Smith
Madeline Oldaker
Anne White
Alice Dawkins
Lydia Alston
Nicola Smith
7 PUISSANCE SHOWJUMPING
Sponsored by ARC Plastering
CSU Sky High Diamond
Glenormiston Finn McCool
Wychwood Just In Time
CSU Lyrebird
John Bromfield
Rachel Crease
Alice Dawkins=
Paige Gready=
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Sponsored by Powderbark Connemara Stud, York, WA.
1.Annette Condie
2.Emily Sheridan
3.Emily Sheridan
4.Brooke Allan
5.Brooke Allan
Notable Mentions: Di Watt, Brigid Snow, Cecilie Springer (2), Cheryl Heynemann (2).
MAJOR PRIZES
All sponsored by Horseware Australia
MOST SUCCESSFUL DRESSAGE PONY/HORSE
Equal: Gneevebrack Storm and
CSU Sky High Diamond
MOST SUCCESSFUL JUMPING PONY/HORSE
Wychwood Just In Time
MOST SUCCESSFUL PUREBRED
Gneevebrack Storm
RUNNER UP PUREBRED
Sugargum Sirocco
MOST SUCCESSFUL PARTBRED
Sugargum Blossom
RUNNER UP PARTBRED
Wychwood Just In Time
DEBUTANT/E RIDER
Paige Gready
DEBUTANT/E HORSE/PONY
Sugargum Las Vegas
MOST SUCCESSFUL YOUNG RIDER (14 yrs & under)
Paige Gready
MOST SUCCESSFUL RIDER (50 yrs and over)
Rachel Crease
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Half Panorama during the Parade. Ponies stretched up one side, across
the end and down the second side of the covered arena. Because of the
angle of the sun, photography was very difficult on the second side!
Some of our visitors – Tom MacLochlainn, President of the
Connemara Pony Breeders Society; Vicki Plummer, Secretary of
the CPBSA; Councillor Yvonne Braid of Wagga Wagga City Council;
Diane Bennit, from WA who judged all jumping events, and Zita
Denholm, organiser of AONACH.
Youngest rider of the day Brideh Masterson,
on Heartland Belle.
Hope Masterson on Garnet Silhouette.
Hope, having her second visit to Aonach,
participated in most classes, was third in
the Young Handler and gained a placing
in the Working Hunter class.
Louise Bourchier and her daughter
Caitlin brought two fillies for inspection.
Louise and Caitlin have been at every
Aonach.
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Eldest rider on the day (by a considerable margin)
Anne White riding Capparis Ryanne.
The pair took out placings in Dressage, Loose
Jumping, Working Hunter and Showjumping.
Stalwarts par excellence: These two riders and these two
ponies have been at every Aonach - Janene Leslie and
Sugargum Sirocco and Madeline Oldaker with CSU Red
Robin. Red Robin, then still owned by CSU was ridden by
John Bromfield at the first Aonach
Sally Harding and Garnet Time and Tide –
Sally’s first time at Aonach. With a win in
the Working Hunter class and a placing in
Loose Jumping, we hope that the pair is
encouraged to return in 2017.
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Brothers meeting –
Dun Manus Peadar and
Dun Manus Capricorn,
both by
Colmaur Kasey out of Celtic
Seadrift.
The Wychwood Willy Wagtail ponies
at Aonach 2016. L to r: Wychwood
Just In Time (Alice Dawkins),
CSU Red Robin (Madeline Oldaker),
Wychwood Lily (Aaron Oldaker),
CSU Lyrebird (Paige Gready, most
successful debutante),
CSU Sky High Diamond (Kirsten Volz).
Aaron Oldaker and Lydia Alston.
Youngest ‘Stalwart’ of Aonach,
Lydia Alston on Sugargum Uabba
Lola in the Parade. Lola won
Smartest on Parade and was placed
in Working Hunter and Loose
Jumping. Riding Celtic Sir James
Lydia had placings in Loose Jumping
and Showjumping. As well as
competing and gaining placings in
both dressage and jumping, Aaron
supplied the PA system for the
event and, with his wife, Madeline,
brought the day to a close with
their lovely version of The Irish
Blessing... ‘May the road rise up to
meet you....’
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John Bromfield on Gneevebrack
Storm in the 3.2 Dressage Test
which they won. Storm placed
second to CSU Sky High Diamond in
the 2.2, and won the 65 cm
showjumping in a thrilling round
against the clock. The upshot of the
day was that Storm and Sky High
Diamond divided the honour of
Most Successful Dressage Horse
and Most Successful Purebred.
CPBSA Committee members watching on
CSU staffer Kate Robertson with 2-yr-old Fairlie
Riverdance (by Glenormiston Celtic Pride) was second in
the Smartest on Parade. Kate, committee member of the
Wagga Horse Trials which made jumping equipment
available for Aonach, also worked hard behind the scenes
delivering and returning equipment. Wagga Dressage Club
made arena equipment available and it was delivered and
set up by John Bromfield and his partner Nicole
Whittaker.
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Preparations – Annabel
Bowcher neatly at work
painting jump rails. She made
the suggestion that anybody
who chipped paint during the
competition should be given
the job of doing the touch-ups.
Photo credits: Maris Herr, Grace Newton, Peter Brown
2016 Castle Hill Show
Led Filly under 4
1.
2.
Baeluka Park Cherish, Brooke Allan
Killeenfarna Mise Mila, James Balfe
Led Mare
1.
2.
3.
Asham Madonna, Brooke Allan
Glenormiston Pooka, James Balfe
Gracefield Park Felicity, Brooke Allan
Led Gelding under 4
1.
Killeenfarna Buachail, James Balfe
Led Gelding
1.
Kaledon County Tyrone, Stephanie Windybank
Champion Purebred Connemara
Reserve Champion
Part-bred gelding
1.
Asham Madonna
Glenormiston Pooka
Asham Slippery, Abbey Holcombe
Champion Part-bred Connemara
Supreme Champion Connemara
Asham Slippery
Asham Madonna
Ridden Pure bred Connemara
1. Capparis Ryanne, Anne White
2. Asham Madonna, Brooke Allan
Ridden Part-bred Connemara
1. Asham Slippery, Abbey Holcombe
Champion Ridden Connemara
Capparis Ryanne
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Expectations of a CPBSA Committee Member
If considering nominating for CPBSA Committee please consider the
responsibilities that this voluntary role entails …
 Quarterly ebulletin – CPBSA Sub – Committee to gather article and
collate.
 CPBSA Website management and CPBSA Facebook – a CPBSA subcommittee or interested members.
 CPBSA Executive to collate agenda items and distribute to Committee
and members before meetings /Notice of CPBSA meetings to members
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 Organisation of venue for meetings, dinner arrangements and
accommodation choices – communication of these arrangements to
CPBSA Committee members, Action Groups and membership via
ebulletin and email –executive and the State Representatives involved.
 Record minutes where secretary unable to attend meeting.
 Executive to report Committee matters/decisions, changes to rules and
regulations to members via article in ebulletin/email.
 ICCPS Representative – this committee member must ensure agenda
items are discussed well before meetings so CPBSA Committee have an
input and then report to Committee and members any outcomes.
Possibility of co-opting a committee member who is known to be
travelling to Clifden?
 Promotion/Education/Inspection Co-ordinator – including
collecting/writing article for An Capailan, English Chronicle, APSB
Journal, etc This role would also include communication with Action
Groups – promoting events, disseminating information and changes to
rules and regulations or insurance – Sub-committee?
 Fundraising/Sponsorship Co-ordinator (including merchandise ordering, sales and dispatch)
 Ambassador for Junior Riders – a new initiative to be developed
 Development and management of an event calendar for website –
events, reminders of membership renewal, stallion returns, CPBSA and
Action Group meetings, etc
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VICTORIAN NEWS
A group of Victoria members made
their way to Wagga Wagga for Aonach.
This event capably organised by Zita
Denholm has continued to go since its
inaugural event. There were a large
number of purebred and partbred
ponies present and this year Tom
MacLochlainn, president of the C.P.S.
gave a compelling talk on the
development of the Connemara pony.
In Victoria, there have been a number
of ponies relocating to new homes
around the state and interstate. At
Boonahburra stud, B Molly Molone has
travelled north, while two youngsters,
B. Bonney and the B. Jack Murphy are
now resident in central Victoria.
Monahan Quando Quando, the stallion
by the evergreen Ben Dhui Diccon, has
a new home in Queensland. Newlands
Rockfleet continues his career in
harness with new owners, a family in
Gippsland who also have a strong
interest in showjumping.
Our thoughts are with Melanie, Di and
Peter Brown who had the misfortune
to lose Ballantrae Flora. Flora or Lucy
as she was affectionately known was
not only a versatile mare for both
young and older riders, she was a
family favourite and the foundation
mare for their stud. Lucy’s daughter
Greenlich Rebecca and granddaughter
Greenlich Guinevere will carry on
Lucy’s line.
Janna Heard and her husband Rob
Harris recently welcomed their son,
Thomas into the world. Kelly and Luke
Dodds welcomed a sister for Lachlan,
Madeleine Emily. Our best wishes to
both families.
The Barwon Region Activity Group is
organising their signature event, the
Pony/Horse Sports Day to be held at
Leighdale Equestrian Centre on May
29th. Jayne Ramaker has been busy
finalising arrangements and she can
be contacted for information regarding
the day’s program.
Lucy Doodt, (known for her
performances with Somerville
Pollyanna) has taken to her racing
career as a jockey with aplomb. Now
riding thoroughbreds, Lucy has already
scored several wins early in her
career.
We look forward to hearing news
about members and their ponies so
please send your contributions for the
Winter E-Bulletin.
Ingrid Rowe
Please use the following link to the Connemara Pony Discussion Document and provide your feedback to
Karen Holloway at [email protected]
http://www.cpbs.ie/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/Connemara-Pony-Discussion-Document-October-2015.pdf
If you know of quiet pony that would be suitable for use by the RDA please let the Secretary know.
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Expression of interest in the Secretariat/Treasurer position
Sadly Vicki and Bob Plummer are wishing to retire as our Secretary/Treasurer and
Webmaster – it will be very difficult to replace these passionate Connemara treasures who
have worked tirelessly to maintain and improve the CPBSA to run efficiently and
effectively.
A CPBSA Sub-Committee has been formed to look into this matter and now invites
expressions of interest in this position. Interested persons may reply to Sue Dodds at
[email protected] by the end of May 2016. Formal applications will be
invited /advertised once details regarding remuneration, probation period and contract
have been finalised.
Below are some requirements an applicant needs to consider …
Successful applicant will be required to …
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Be customer service orientated
Committed to maintenance and further development of our systems
Complete a satisfactory Police Check
Application to be supported by three references/referees
Be prepared to attend meetings interstate where required
Have a keen interest/knowledge of equine breeding/pursuits (would be an
advantage/asset for this position.)
Be familiar with the By Laws governing the CPBSA and our Rules and Regulations,
CPBSA Role and Vision, and our strategic plan (all accessible on CPBSA website)
Successful Applicant to take on responsibility for, but not limited to…
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Organising and minuting meetings
Committed to the maintenance and further development of the CPBSA
Administrative functions as required
Formatting reports, proposals, agendas and general business correspondence
Management of electronic Stud Book and Web Page
To Be Successful in this position the following qualities are essential…
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Absolute discretion and professionalism
ICT capable
A high level of verbal and written communication skills – with demonstrated
ability to write clear reports, agendas, minutes and complex and sensitive
correspondence.
Able to work flexible hours
Ability to manage funds (audits, balances as Treasurer)
Conduct/compute and record results of annual elections of Committee
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CONTACTS FOR THE ACTION GROUPS IN AUSTRALIA
Barwon Region Action Group
Mrs J Ramaker
Phone: 03 5281 5131
email: [email protected]
Central Victorian Action Group
Mrs Annette Condie
Phone: 03 5343 5086
email: [email protected]
New South Wales Action Group
Mrs Lisa Randle
Phone: 02 6545 3102 fax: 02 6545 2106
email: [email protected]
Queensland Connemara Action Group
Ms Nicole Walker
Phone: 0415 125 758
email: [email protected]
South Australia Connemara Action Group
Mrs Carolynn Hawkins
Phone: 08 8568 5602
email: [email protected]
West Australia Connemara Action Group
Ms Victoria Strickland
Phone: 0429 202 092
email: [email protected]
X-Border Action Group
Mrs Marion Adams
Phone: 02 6029 5267
email: [email protected]
PONIES FOR SALE
Boonahburra Royal Mascot
Ballyshannon Satine Belle
Celtic Elsie
Dun Manus Leo
Dun Manus Roisin
Epona Aleen
Epona Ailia
Kilroe Danny Boy
Mungala Ember
Newlands Tim O'Phee
Peppercorn Dell Andy
Peppercorn Dell Hamish
Wirbelau Rufus
Details for these Ponies and photographs for many can
be found on the website. Go to www.cpbsa.com.au
and click on the Ponies for Sale link.
If you do not have internet access contact the
Secretary for more information and contact details.
Ponies are listed for and on behalf of the registered
owner who is responsible for notifying the Society
when the pony has been sold or withdrawn from
sale.
The Society accepts no responsibility for
inconvenience or loss should a listed pony not be
available. Likewise the Society is not responsible
for any description of the pony which proves to be
inaccurate.
The Society relies on the principle of "caveat emptor"
(let the buyer beware).
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SEX REGN
FOAL REGISTRATIONS
BREEDER
SIRE
NAME
DAM
Filly 4(1)
460
DYLANGLEN SAHARA
Dylanglen Stud
DYLANGLEN SHAMROCK (153) WOODSTOCK DELTORA (1956)
Filly 4(1)
461
DYLANGLEN ATLANTIC
BREEZE
Dylanglen Stud
GRACEFIELD PARK ATLANTIC
SWIRL (210)
DYLANGLEN BREANNA BREEZE
(1825)
Filly 4(1)
462
DYLANGLEN ROSE PETAL
Dylanglen Stud
GARNET LIBERTY (191)
GRACEFIELD PARK BRIAR ROSE
(1891)
Filly 4(1)
463
DYLANGLEN SCORPIO (iiu) Dylanglen Stud
WEMBLEYBROOK GIACOMO
(NZ 2551)
WEMBLEYBROOK MAERA (1955)
Filly 4(1)
464
DYLANGLEN SILHOUETTE
Dylanglen Stud
GARNET LIBERTY (191)
GARNET OSEILLE (1792)
Filly 4(1)
465
KEMILL HILL BELLBIRD
J Longman
KEMILL HILL HALLIGAN (156)
BOONAHBURRA BLUE WREN
(1763)
Filly 4(1)
466
CHARLESTOWN AVA MAY
C Cosgrove
GLENORMISTON ROUGH
DIAMOND (232)
GLENORMISTON CASHEL (1747)
Filly 4(1)
467
BAELUKA PARK CHERISH
(AI)
B Allan
GLENORMISTON CELTIC
PRIDE (217)
ASHAM MADONNA (1850)
Filly 4(1)
468
MONAHAN XANADU
C Jones
EXMOOR IRISH JACK (178)
BALLINA MELODY (1633)
Filly 4(1)
469
BOONAHBURRA BONNEY
Boonahburra Stud
FREDERIKSMINDE HAZY
CAVALIER (225)
BOONAHBURRA CHELSEA (1604)
Filly 4(1)
471
WYCHWOOD LITTLE LARK A & C McTaggart
GNEEVEBRACK STORM (226)
WYCHWOOD HAPPY SONGBIRD
(1779)
Filly 4(1)
472
WYCHWOOD SILVER
SWAN
A & C McTaggart
BOONAHBURRA BRAVEHEART BINNOWIE GEMMAGH (1746)
(182)
Filly 4(1)
473
WOODSTOCK AURORA
J Sayers
CASMATARN BILLY JATZ
REBEL (181)
GARNET PENNY (1852)
Filly 4(1)
474
MARGLYN SOLAR ECLIPSE Marglyn Connemara
Sporthorse Stud
GARNET KAVALIER (186)
KOHATU SOLAR FLARE (1928)
(cpsnz-1023-M0)
Filly 4(1)
475
ITSA SHAMROCK
HONEYSUCKLE
J Rockmann
ITSA SHAMROCK JITTERBUG
(222)
ITSA SHAMROCK MORNING
GLORY (1728)
Colt 4(1)
476
ITSA SHAMROCK
MASQUERADE
J Rockmann
GARNET KAVALIER (186)
KEMILL HILL NIAMH (1768)
Colt 4(1)
477
BAALA LEROY BROWN
C Bourchier
STERNBERGS LENARO (255)
MONAHAN QUICKSTEP (1866)
Filly 4(1)
478
BAALA QUEEN OF SHEBA
C Bourchier
CELTIC SAMSON (251)
BOONAHBURRA DEVON (1791)
Filly 4(1)
479
SUGARGUM VENUS
J Leslie
GNEEVEBRACK STORM (226)
GLENORMISTON
LISDOONVARNA (1781)
Filly 4(1)
480
WINDSWEPT ACRE ALPINE D Miller
STERNBERGS LENARO (255)
GARNET RHAPSODY (1911)
Colt 4(1)
481
WINDSWEPT ACRE
ARIZONA
STERNBERGS LENARO (255)
GARNET WATTLE BRAE (1957)
Filly 4(1)
482
BOONAHBURRA GEORGIE S Dodds
GIRL
FREDERIKSMINDE HAZY
CAVALIER (225)
BOONAHBURRA CHELSEA (1604)
Filly 4(1)
483
NATURALISTE DOWNS
PETUNIA
F D'espeissis
STERNBERGS LENARO (255)
ANULKA ROSIE O'ROC (1880)
Colt 4(1)
484
GARNET ZEPHYR
G Johnston
GARNET PHOENIX (208)
GARNET VANNA MIST (1895)
Filly 4(1)
485
GARNET ZITA
G Johnston
GLENORMISTON THADY (160)
CORRIB PARK MACUSHLA (1568)
Colt 4(1)
486)
GARNET ZANZIBAR
G Johnston
GARNET ORACLE (207)
GARNET LOVELY LYRIC (1718)
Colt 4(1)
487
GARNET ZODIAC
G Johnston
GARNET ORACLE (207)
GARNET HELENA (1669)
Colt 4(1)
488
GARNET ZENITH
G Johnston
GARNET PHINEAS (206)
KILLY VALLY MERRILY (1740)
Colt 4(1)
489
GARNET ZEPPLIN
G Johnston
GLENORMISTON THADY (160)
CORRIB PARK CLARISSA (1628)
Colt 4(1)
490
GARNET ZAC
G Johnston
GARNET ORACLE (207)
GARNET PRELUDE (1810)
Colt 4(1)
491
GARNET ZINADAN
G Johnston
GLENORMISTON THADY (160)
GARNET NIKKITA (1786)
Colt 4(1)
492
GARNET ZINC
G Johnston
GARNET ORACLE (207)
GARNET VANADIUM LADY (1894)
Colt 4(2)
283
KALEDON FINNIGAN
P McClements
BOONAHBURRA BRAVEHEART Tyrone Gold (T.B.)
(182)
Colt 4(2)
284
ITSA SHAMROCK PHOENIX J Rockmann
FIREBIRD
ITSA SHAMROCK JITTERBUG
(222)
Womerah Star
Filly 4(2)
285
WINDSWEPT ACRE
ALMOND
STERNBERGS LENARO (225)
Crossover (Stock Horse)
D Miller
D L Miller
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SEX REGN
Colt 4(2)
286
FOAL REGISTRATIONS
BREEDER
SIRE
NAME
ATHLONE VADER
E Hayden
DAM
CELTIC BASIL (224)
Black Bess (T.B.)
Transfers
SEX
REGN REGT
Gelding
5/872
Gelding
5/871
Stallion
180
Mare
1906
Mare
1948
Stallion
237
Mare
1615
Gelding
5/880
NAME
OWNER
ASHAM JAGGER (5/872)
ASHAM FIRST PRINCE (5/871)
SHEELIN GROVE SEUMAS VICTOR (180)
BALLYSHANNON TWINKLE (1906)
GRACEFIELD PARK FLEUR de LYS (1948)
MONAHAN QUANDO QUANDO (237)
PETAJACK BELLE (1615)
SUGARGUM FOX (5/880)
E Lovett, C loseburn QlD
K, N & K Bretherton, Aberdeen NSW
Annette Condie, Waubra Vic
B Donnelly, Warwick Qld
Marglyn Stud, Pinjarra WA
S & A Fox, Stockleigh Qld
Dylanglen Stud, Rand, NSW
C McAuley, Temora NSW
OWNER CHANGED
4/11/2015
4/11/2015
9/11/2015
6/12/2015
29/12/2015
21/01/2016
31/01/2016
25/03/2016
Foal Transfers
SEX
REGN
NAME
OWNER
Filly
Gelding
Colt
Gelding
Filly
Gelding
Filly
Filly
Filly
4(2) 173
4(1) 446
4(2) 284
4(2) 050
4(1) 452
4(1) 424
4(1) 425
4(1) 458
4(1) 453
POWDERBARK DIOR
GREENLICH MR DARCY
ITSA SHAMROCK PHOENIX FIREBIRD
POWDERBARK MORSE
GARNET YVANA
GARNET YUKON GOLD
GARNET YASMINE
POWDERBARK ORLAITH
KAHEAN LUNA FAERIE
C Smyth, Cardup WA
B Trump, Victory Heights, Qld
T Simmonds, Lal Lal Vic
C Creighton & B Beech, York WA
K Scheiwe, Boonah Qld
K Scheiwe, Boonah Qld
G Johnston, Iredale Qld
A Bowerman, Bridgetown WA
T Simmonds, Lal Lal Vic
OWNER CHANGED
1/01/2016
30/01/2016
17/02/2016
6/03/2016
25/03/2016
25/03/2016
28/03/2016
2/04/2016
8/04/2016
Special Happy Birthday Celebration
for Committee Members
Ingrid Rowe (60th) and
Jayne Ramaker (50th)
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COMMITTEE OF THE CONNEMARA PONY BREEDERS’ SOCIETY OF AUSTRALIA INC.
EXECUTIVE
PRESIDENT:
Mrs K Holloway, PMB 3 WHITEMARK FLINDERS ISLAND TAS 7255
Phone: 03 6359 3607 email: [email protected]
VICE-PRESIDENT:
Mrs C McTaggart, PMB 113, via PORT AUGUSTA SA 5710
Phone: 08 8648 1813 email: [email protected]
FEDERAL SECRETARY:
Mrs V Plummer, PO Box 613, GOOLWA SA 5214
Phone/fax: 08 8555 2526 email: [email protected]
STATE REPRESENTATIVES
NSW: Ms B Allan
45 Eastview Drive, ORANGEVILLE NSW 2570
Phone: 02 9826 3300 or 0418 438 663 email: [email protected]
QLD: Mr G Johnston
242 Back Flagstone Road, IREDALE QLD 4344
Phone: 07 4697 6906 email: [email protected]
VIC: Mrs I Rowe
1925 Cape Otway Road, WURDIBULOC VIC 3241
Phone: 03 5267 2084 email: [email protected]
SA:
Mrs C McTaggart
PMB 113, via PORT AUGUSTA SA 5710
Phone: 08 8648 1813 email: [email protected]
WA: Mrs J Longman
PO Box 133, BAKERS HILL WA 6562
Phone: 08 9572 6119 email: [email protected]
TAS: Mrs K Holloway
PMB 3, WHITEMARK TAS 7255
Phone: 03 6359 3607 email: [email protected]
FEDERAL REPRESENTATIVES
Mrs G Beaton
PO Box 320, KAPUNDA SA 5373
Phone: 08 8528 2233 email: [email protected]
Mrs D Brown
271 Injemira Road, Grassmere VIC 3281
Phone: 03 5565 4589 email: [email protected]
Mrs S Dodds
480 Brickmakers Road, BAMBRA VIC 3241
Phone: 03 5288 7360 email: [email protected]
Ms J Leslie
PO Box 85, LAKE CARGELLIGO NSW 2672
Phone: 0427 877 872 email: [email protected]
Mrs J Ramaker
110 Red Gum Drive, TEESDALE VIC 3328
Phone: 03 5281 5131 email: [email protected]
Miss V Strickland
Lot 3 Dinsdale Road, GIDGEGANNUP WA 6083
Phone: 0429 202 092 email: [email protected]
For particulars of registration and membership contact
The Federal Secretary: CPBSA Inc., PO Box 613, Goolwa SA 5214
Phone/fax: 08 8555 2526 email: [email protected]
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