Allocate Your Assets’ Foals Shine at the 2011 Congress
SCOTTSDALE, AZ., November 1, 2011 – Allocate Your Assets would like to congratulate all of his foals and their owners on their incredible success at the All-American Quarter Horse Congress, held in Columbus, Ohio, October 7 – 30. “Al” not only sired his first Congress Champion, during the 2011 show, but he also ended up siring five Congress Champions, ranging from the 2-year old Equine Chronicle Hunter Under Saddle Masters, to 11 & Under Youth Hunter Under Saddle, to the Junior Hunter Hack Champion. In addition to his five Congress Champions, “Al” also sired 4 Reserve Congress Champions and 18 top ten finishers. This is an extraordinary achievement, considering that Allocate Your Assets oldest foal crop is only five-years-old.
Allocate Your Assets’ first, and second, Congress Championship was won by Resurrection, owned by Marshia Musick. “Rezur” jumped his way to two Congress Championships in Junior Hunter Hack and Progressive Working Hunter with Ryan Painter in the irons. “Al’s” second champion was, in fact, his first-born foal, Al Be Sweet On You. Al Be Sweet On You, a five-year-old gelding, won the 11 & Under Hunter Under Saddle with Taylor Searles. The duo also placed 4th in the 13 & Under Western Riding and 3rd in the Novice Youth 13 & Under Hunter Under Saddle. “Al’s” foals proved to be very successful youth mounts, dominating the Novice Youth 13 & Under Hunter Under Saddle Class, with three of his foals in the top five, including the Reserve Congress Champion, Al I Want Is You. This is achievement is a true testament to how good-minded Allocate Your Assets foals are, considering all of these horses are still junior horses.
The open hunter under saddle futurities were also dominated by Allocate Your Assets foals, highlighted by Beautiful Maiden and Al Be Graceful’s 1-2 finish in the 3-year-old Open Hunter Under Saddle Futurity and Lastcallfour Alcohol’s win in the Equine Chronicle 2-year-old Hunter Under Saddle Masters. Shown by Deanna Searles, Lastcallfour Alcohol earned $50,000 for his win in the signature class. “Al” also had two more foals in the top ten of this premiere event: Al Be Back, owned by Skylar Pickard, placed 7th, and Wheres My Alimony, owned by Gabriella Salamone, placed 10th. In addition to these champions, “Al” also sired the Reserve Congress Champion in the 2-year-old Limited Open, 3-Year-Old Limited Open, as well as two of the top five finishers in the 2-year-old Open Hunter Under Saddle Futurity.
One special highlight of the Congress was Mary Huddleston, and her horse, Assets in an Artbeat, placing 6th in Novice Youth 14-18 Hunter Under Saddle. Mary has been bravely dealing with a second bout of a rare type of bone cancer known as Ewing’s Sarcoma. Even though she has been unable to ride her horse, “Ralphie,” since July, Mary was determined to ride at the Congress. Her courage and strength have been an inspiration to everyone. Everyone associated with Allocate Your Assets would like to congratulate Mary on her top ten finish and extend their wishes for her speedy recovery.
For complete Congress results, please visit Allocate Your Assets’ website: allocateyourassets.com. For breeding contracts or information, contact breeding manager, Jim Searles, at 602-549-7332, or firstname.lastname@example.org
About Allocate Your Assets
Allocate Your Assets, or “Al,” as he is affectionately known, is a 2000 16.2 hand bay stallion by Protect Your Assets and out of the thoroughbred mare, Kat Sass. Owned by G.W. and Katherine Tobin, Al is quickly proving to be a standout hunter under saddle sire, stamping his offspring with not only his beautiful looks and movement, but also his great mind. Their natural talent, combined with their willingness to learn, has made “Al’s” offspring sought after by open and non-pro competitors alike.
As a competitor, Allocate Your Assets was a very successful show horse, earning 4 Congress Championships and an AQHA Reserve World Championship in Senior Hunter Under Saddle. Even though he is still a young sire, with his oldest foal crop only 5-years-old, “Al” has sired 5 Congress Champions, an AQHA Reserve World Champion, numerous Congress Reserve Champions and top tens, multiple NSBA World Champions, and countless futurity champions.
Allocate Your Assets is standing at the Circle S Ranch, owned by Jim and Deanna Searles, in Scottsdale, Arizona for the 2012 breeding season. His 2012 breeding fee is $1,500. “Al’s” foals are eligible for the AQHA Incentive Fund, NSBA, APHA Breeders Trust, Tom Powers Triple Challenge Futurity, and the Southern Belle Futurity.