Our current herd of ASPC/AMHR ponies is composed of top quality horses, that have all competed at the highest levels.
This page shows a selection of show results, achieved by our horses in the past years.
Results listed have all been achieved at the two most prestiguous and largest shows for ASPC/AMHR horses organised anywhere in the world: the American Shetland Pony Congress and the AMHR National Show, both held in the USA.
American Shetland Pony Congress is organized yearly in the USA by the ASPC and is the largest show for American Shetland Ponies in the world. The show typically runs 5 days in a row. Competition at this show is fierce with ponies from all over North America competing in various disciplines.
The AMHR National Show is organized yearly in the USA by the AMHR and is the largest show for American Miniature Horses in the world. The show nowadays runs for a whopping 11 days in a row! The National Show is known for its huge classes, with over 40 horses competing in a single class becoming more the rule than an exception. This means that scoring a Top 10 position at the AMHR National Show nowadays is a big achievement and scoring a National Champion title is a dream that only very few are able to realize.
On June 22, 2019, our yearling filly Hulislaum Dazzle's Bubbles by Cruze participated in halter at the 2019 EUSAM Dutch International Open, in Aalten, The Netherlands. Trained and shown by trainer Tanja Cremers of Farm Little Creek, Belgium, Bubbles, at her first ever show, won the Reserve Grand Champion title in ASPC Classic Mares.
In 2019, our stallion Ballare Sh-Bang participated in halter at the 2019 Area III National Show in Perry, Georgia, USA. Shown by professional trainer Justin Rutledge of JWR Training Center, Dance continued his streak of Grand Champion titles by taking home the ASPC Grand Champion title in Classic Stallions, Over. Following the Area III show, Dance continued to participate at the 2019 ASPC/ASPR National Congress, where for the 2nd year in a row he won his class, and also took home the Reserve Junior Champion title.
In 2018, our stallion Ballare Sh-Bang participated in halter at the 2018 ASPC/ASPR National Congress in Lake St. Louis, Missouri, USA. Shown by professional trainer Justin Rutledge of JWR Training Center, Dance not only won his class of Yearling Classic Stallions, but went on to win the Junior Stallion class that followed, and completed his winning streak by also taking home the ASPC Grand Champion title.
In 2015 our mare Comferts Nighthawks Fantasia was trained by her former owners Gabriel and Kasey Gufler of Carefree Miniatures and shown at 2015 ASPC Congress by Gabriel Gufler, Corey Hatfield of Sugar Lake Farm Training Center, and Belinda Bagby of B&B Training Center in multiple yearling mare classes. Although she did not show herself as she normally would, unfortunately being "in heat" in the wrong place at the wrong time, Disney still managed to reach Top 5 positions in two out of three classes.
At 2015 ASPC Congress, Sharrway Bedazzled proved that she is not only an exceptional halter mare, but a great driving mare as well. This time she took home five Reserve Champion titles, two 3rd places and the Championship in Modern Pleasure Limit Pleasure Driving.
In 2015 our mare Rayvik Pharaoh's A Dream Remembered was leased by Chelsea Holt of C*Star Performance Horses from her owner and breeder Vickie Tobin of Rayvik Miniatures and Shetlands. She was shown at 2015 AMHR Nationals by Chelsea Holt and by Murl Creel. As in 2014 Demi went up against our mare Charlie in multiple classes. And like in 2014, she brought home a well-deserved Top 10 position, this time from a huge class of 47 yearling mares.
In 2015 our mare Marystown Charm's & Ribbons was again trained by Mike Rosauer of Stars Miniatures. She was shown at 2015 AMHR Nationals by her former owners Maddox and Leigh Murray, and by Mike Rosauer in various yearling mare classes. Once more, she competed against our mare Demi in the futurity and yearling classes. As in 2014, Charlie managed to score multiple Top 5 positions in huge classes of up to 47 horses, once again firmly establishing her position as top show mare.
At the 2014 ASPC Congress our mare Comferts Nighthawks Fantasia was trained and shown by her breeder Jill Comfert of Comfert Shetlands in multiple weanling mare classes. Although the classes at ASPC Congress are typically not as large as those at AMHR Nationals, she still faced some stiff competition. Nevertheless, Disney managed to place 3rd in a respectable weanling mares class of 8 ponies and 5th in a sizable futurity class of 18 ponies.
After an absence of one year at ASPC Congress, following her Modern Weanling Mare Champion title at 2012 Congress, Sharrway Bedazzled returned to the showring as a two year-old at the ASPC Congress held in Des Moines, Illinois, USA. And she did so with a bang! Professionally trained and shown by Jason Prince of Excaliber Stables, Dazzle took a whopping four Champion titles home, including the Grand Championship in Modern Pleasure Pony Mares.
In 2014, our stallion Caldwell's Cruise On In qualified to compete at the AMHR National Show in Tulsa, Oklahoma, USA, by winning all his classes at the 2014 AMHR Nationals Area 4 Show. Unfortunately, due to illness, Cruze was withdrawn at the last moment from the Tulsa show.
At the 2014 AMHR National Show, our mare Rayvik Pharaoh's A Dream Remembered was trained and shown as a weanling mare by the team of Belinda Bagby of B&B Training Center. As mentioned above, the classes were packed with beautiful weanling mares and Demi went up against our mare Charlie. Still she managed to bring home a ribbon by placing 9th in the open class. Also in futurity she managed to place in the top 25% of this huge class, even though just missing top 10 by one place.
At the 2014 AMHR National Show, our mare McCarthy's Ragtime Girl was trained and shown for the second year in row by the team of Lee Crutchfield of Aloha Acres Training Center. This time in the yearling mare classes. After winning National Champion Weanling Mare and National Champion Junior Mare in 2013, expectations were high, but competition was fierce. Nevertheless, Reza achieved a solid Top 5 position in the yearling mares class and a respectable Top 10 in futurity. With 18 horses competing in the first class and 44 horses in futurity these are no minor achievements, proving that Reza continued to be one of the top mares in the industry.
Our mare Marystown Charm's & Ribbons was trained and shown at the 2014 AMHR Nationals by Mike Rosauer of Stars Miniatures. As always, the classes were packed with over 49 foals competing in futurity and 27 in the open class. In fact two of our mares competed in these same classes, as Charlie went up against our mare Demi. Under severe competition, Charlie made it to a Top 10 position in futurity and a well-deserved Top 5 in open.
In 2013, our stallion Caldwell's Cruise On In participated in halter at the AMHR National Show in Tulsa, Oklahoma, USA. Shown by professional trainer Lee Crutchfield of Aloha Training Center, Cruze not only won his class of yearling stallions, but also placed 2nd in the junior stallion class that followed. The junior stallions class brings together the National Champions and Reserve National Champions of the weanling, yearling, and two-year old stallion classes.
Also at the 2013 AMHR National Show, our mare McCarthy's Ragtime Girl was shown by Lee Crutchfield in the weanling mare class. Only a three month old weanling, Reza was shown to a National Champion title and did the unthinkable when brought together with other weanlings, yearlings and two-year old mares for the junior mares class: She won the class, making her one of the youngest mares in the history of AMHR to win a Junior Mares National Champion title.
In 2012, our mare Sharrway Bedazzled participated in halter at the ASPC Shetland Congress in Tulsa, Oklahoma, USA. Trained and shown by her breeder and owner Sharron Hinkle of Sharrway Farm, Dazzle won her weanling class in modern mares. Following this first class, she managed to place 2nd, scoring the Reserve Champion title in the junior modern mares class. Later years would show this first win was just the start of long streak of wins at the top shows in the USA, both in halter and in driving.