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Look what we are producing! Fresh Start Farm


Standing 4 exceptional sport stallions. Whatever your need, come make your fresh start with us! KNOWTORIOUS SON


aka Mardie. ’94, 16.1 H., chestnut AQHA IF, ROM, AWR Elite, and PHR stallion


Sire: Knowadahmean, AQHA ROM & USEF National winner, Jumpers & Dressage. Dam: TB, jumping bred.


Consistent wins Jr Jumper-high, AQHA Best of America’s Horse—USEF JR/AO


Jumpers. Numerous Zone Championships & National placings. His “kids” are Zone & National champions in H/J, USEF & AQHA as well as Dressage & Eventing. Most are


Jr/AO horses, some Congress & AQHA World winners and some Pony Club National champions. He will produce the look, ability & mind that you are looking for!


GONZILLA aka Gonz. ’98, 17.2 H, dark bay Hanoverian-bred, 1st Premium AWR approved, PHR Stallion.


Sire: Gonzo I* x Gephard* x Dietgart. Dam: Hatch Rose, TB dam of many top hunters by Hatchet Man.


Gonz began winning in the IHF 3 yr olds & finished in the Regular Working Hunters as an 8 yr old. His kids are hunters deluxe, super easy, big strided, & trot straight from the shoulder. They are currently Champions in PreGreens, Childrens, A/A, 1st year Greens, many AA USEF. Also National Winners in Dressage! They are all super easy to ride & versatile. “Garbonzo” Foxhunts during the week & is Childrens Hunter champion on the weekend! You can’t ask for more than that!


Know Direction by Knowtorious Son, winner YR Training Level Eventing. 2010: 2nd at MD Horse Trials, 1st at Hagyard MidSouth Team Challenge, won the US Pony Club East Coast Training level Championship as well as the Tri-State Regional Rally at Training level. She’s out of a 1/2 Belgian Draft mare. Bred by FSF, owned and ridden by Ashton Garner.


Phineas by Gonzilla, 2010 Championships in A/A as well as 1st Year Green & was 2009 St. Louis Winter Festival Series A/A Champion all USEF A/AA rated. Bred by Fresh Start Farm, owned by Susan Aselage, trained by Katana O’Brien.


aka Beau. ’98, 16 H dark bay/white tobiano, RIJN BEAU Windcrest Photography


Oldenburg, AWR 1st Premium, PHR Stallion Sire: Rainbow, imported Elite Oldenburg.


Dam: Remi Van Rijn, national Reserve Champion Rheinland Pfalz-Saar.


Beau was Champion IHF 2-, 3-, & 4-yr-olds, Winner in Jumpers & Eventing. Always top in Dressage, never placed less than 2nd & that was time faults for going too fast! His “kids” are winning in hand, H/J, Dressage


& Eventing. They are champions in PreGreen, Childrens, A/A, 1st yr Greens, AA USEF, Eventing & Dressage and 2010 3rd in the Int’l Jumper Futurity


and won the Rideability award! If you’re looking for a colorful competitor, he’ll produce whatever you’d like to do. Sweet, easy & athletic!


Right as Rain by Rijn Beau,


International Jumper Futurity 3rd place and won the Rideability award! Also has many championships in the PreGreen Hunters all USEF A/AA rated. Bred by Nancy Roth, owned by Janis Collette, trained by Irish Fox Stables.


photo: Shawn McMillen/OC Photo KHAMIAN CURIOUS KIWI


aka Kiwi, ’02, gray, barely 12 H, registered New Zealand Caspian Horse Society, part-bred and PHR. Sire: Caspian Cheleken Bazta top sport pony sire in NZ. Dam: Imported 3/4 Caspian Cheleken Portia, (USEF “Carolina Kiwi”), top USEF medium pony hunter. Read the story of the Caspian on my website. Kiwi moves straight out of his shoulder & has a phenomenal jump. His oldest babies are just starting to show & are winning in the Baby Green Hunters as well as in the hacks. They ALL have pocket pony dispositions! Kiwi has conformation like a miniature TB & he refi nes foundation stock & warmblood type mares.


Medium Pony Mare by Khamian Curious Kiwi o/o 15.1hh mare, winning her first pony hunter class.


PAM BISHOP


FRESH START FARM 314-283-5303


29515 Party Lane


Warrenton, MO 63383 freshstart@usmo.com


www.FreshStartFarm.com


Simply Suzanne


Jennifer Muncy


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