Articles: Press Release
Paso Fino Odyssey into the Future
USA Equestrian, Inc.
(Formerly American Horse Shows Association)
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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
November 2, 2001
The 29th Paso Fino Horse Association Grand National Show was held in Perry,
Georgia, September 17-22, 2001 with more than 800 horses competing for more
than $135,000 in prize money and awards.
Judges for the 2001 Championship were Ms. Carmen Cepero, Tampa, Florida, Dr.
Jose Laracuente, Miami, Florida, Mr. Nicanor Miranda, Miami, Florida, Mr.
Tom Walters, Magnolia, Texas and Ms. Alice Page, Kingsport, Tennessee.
Inducted into the Paso Fino Horse Association Hall of Fame was long-time
breeder and exhibitor, Mr. Fred Moretti, also a USA Equestrian and PFHA
Steward and Chairperson of the USA Equestrian Paso Fino Committee. Mr. and
Mrs. Tom and Mary Uelsmann were also honored as inductees along with the
Below is a partial list of results. For a complete list please visit the
USA Equestrian web site at
Bella Forma Colts/Stallions
El Chino De El Batey, owner & exhibitor Isidoro Morales
Bella Forma Mares/Fillies
Catalina Del Paso, owner/exhibitor Denise Boorman
Paso Pleasure Stallions/Colts
El Tejano De Painted Star, owner- Lois Rogers, exhibitor Pat Figueroa
El Horizonte, owner- Sol Lopez, exhibitor Efrain Ruiz
Cancion De Sun Haven, owner Mauricio Estrada, exhibitor Jaime Suarez
JLM's Jaranero, owner Barbara Perich, exhibitor- Jaime Suarez
Pokahontas De La Vina, owner Ashley Batista, exhibitor Javier Suarez
Baquiano, owner Richard Kohler, exhibitor- Kertrin Kohler
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