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13.0 hh
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United States
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Paint Mare for Sale in Woodstock, IL

Many champions in her blood. email for pictures! imlip***@sbcglobal. net She has champion horses in reining, halter, barrel, cutting, hunter under saddle, trail and other disciplines! Royal King, AQHA Hall of Fame, 1953 Open NCHA Reserve World Champion, NCHA COA, NCHA Bronze, NCHA Silver, NCHA Money - Earner ( $24, 003) , 106 AQHA Performance Points, Superior Performance, ROM Performance, NCHA Hall of Fame Offspring, World and Reserve World Champion Offspring, Superior Performance and ROM Performance Offspring, NCHA and Race Money - Earner Offspring. Hank - A - Chief * , one of APHA's All - Time Leading Sires; by Skip's Lad * ; by Skip Hi * , APHA Reining Point Earner. Cherokee Maiden * , 1963 APHA National Halter Champion. Harlequin, 1973 APHA National Champion Jumping, 60 A
... more»PHA Performance Points, ROMs Hunter Under Saddle, Jumping, Reining and Western Riding, APHA Points Trail, Working Hunter and Western Pleasure; and many more. . .

About Woodstock, IL

Several scenes in the 1987 film Planes, Trains, and Automobiles were shot in Woodstock, including the scene in which the protagonists' rental car is towed in front of a building (the old Courthouse). The movie brought Woodstock to the attention of location manager Bob Hudgins, who later recommended the town to Harold Ramis for the filming of Groundhog Day. Woodstock is perhaps most famous for its role as the location for the 1993 movie Groundhog Day, starring Bill Murray. Although the story is set in Punxsutawney, Pennsylvania, the movie's producers preferred the quintessentially American backdrop of the Woodstock Square and its surroundings. Outdoor and street scenes were filmed around the downtown and various side streets, and signs from stores and businesses are visible throughout the movie.

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