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SPOTLIGHT ON


MARYLAND-BREDS


Leased by Zack Petroski, the AQHA gelding Commando Dun It is owned by breeder Dana Graftt. He is by her stallion Commandalena and out of the mare Dun It Chexily.


Louisa Emerick bred Bitsy’s Itsy, a New Forest/ Connemara/Thoroughbred cross. The mare is by the New Forest stallion Wasabi and out of the Connemara/Thoroughbred mare Bit O’Erill. Bit- sy’s Itsy is now owned by a family in upstate New York whose youngest daughter rides her in pony club activities and trail rides.


Shiva, a 2007 Thoroughbred gelding, was bred in Maryland by former Marylander Julia Wendell before she moved to Aiken, SC. Shiva, by Lord of Thunder and out of Rhap Danz, was briefl y raced as Bat Outta Heaven before switching to a career as an event horse.


Eladdinns Caliana is a 2011 Arabian mare owned and bred by Gabrielle Cottone of Cottone Sport Horses. She is by PL Eladdinns Jazz and out of PL Indian Queen.


Retam is a Thoroughbred by Tamayaz and out of Re- bow. He is owned by Doris Hoppers and bred by Mrs. Richard DuPont.


Weekend Delight is a 2015 Thoroughbred mare by Gia- como and out of Split Tal- ly. She was bred by Chancel- and Farm and is now owned by Natalie Huso. Weekend and Natalie are part of this year’s Real Rider Cup! Look for photos in a future Equiery Out & About.


50 | JULY 2021 | THE EQUIERY YOUR MARYLAND HORSE COUNCIL PUBLICATION


Willie B Reddy is a 2016 APHA gelding by Hez Reddioac- tive and out of Dunit For Silver. He is bred and owned by Missy Giesler.


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