A quick look at the beginning of our Stud, then our current Stallions and Broodmares below....
I purchased Shona, 'Tarwarri Cameo' whilst working on a dairy needing something a bit more reliable than my Pinto part bred Arab pony Burrun Barr Rocky Ned...I've always loved coloured horses so Palomino was a bonus, and she was my first registered Australian Stock Horse, the plan was to ride her, then I got the urge to have a foal. I put her in foal wanting a Palomino foal so she went to a chestnut ASH stallion. I did one show with her at Maitland coming home with a few ribbons.
The resulting foal was indeed Palomino, and a filly born in 1988 who I watched being born I called her Shirri, back when I thought you had a different prefix for each breed association, my prefix was Redland Park and Pintos was Burrun Barr, so she should have been a Burrun Barr horse but I called her 'Redland Park Shiralee'...
We were dropping our Pinto mare Carolina(Shadow's full sister) off to Ron to be served by 'Carmona Todoroki', we watched a mare and foal beside us up the hill as we drove in. He had that, 'look at me' presence and full of himself...wanting to be watched. Jet black not a hair of white anywhere...
Carolina didn't go in so we took her back the following season to Carmona Todoroki. Asked Ron where the mare and would be then yearling where as we put the mare in a yard. In a casual way we walked back along his stable yards talking, he got a lead kept walking and unlatched the last box and caught what was in there, well OMG mouths open there was my foal...all grown up and gorgeous and way out of our price range of course...
We picked Carolina up and she was in foal...no mention of the boy, still there and gave him a pat...
August my birthday was coming up, John went to work on the Saturday and I was shitty about that but he took Matthew with him. So cranky me sulked all day and then he came in the driveway pulling a float? Pulled up got out dropped the tailgate and backed my beautiful black Australian Stock Horse colt off the float...still sulking I didn't comprehend it at the time, but John worked his arse off to get the extra cash to buy him.
Ron had called him 'Moe' and we kept it.. 'Hot Gossip' his show name had to have Hot in it and he was the talk of town...
Moe was the foundation sire of our ASH lines....pictured left with Heather, awarded National Reserve Champion 2yo Stock Horse at the 2001 National ASH Show.
ASH - 138113
Dilute - DS0005
(Carmona Todoroki - TB x Kah Mine Reprieve - LH)
ASH-179406, DNA 6 Panel Negative
Dilute - BS-0056
(Carmona Hot Gossip x Falbrook Missy)
ASH C2-192107, DNA Pending
(Tassa Lena x Miss Chickasha Oak)
ASH-232560, DNA 6 Panel Negative
(Burrun Barr Burning Hot x Rocambole sis)
ASH-243431, DNA Pend.
Dilute - F-7014
(Burrun Barr Hot N Rugged x Rocambole Sis}
(Yorlanna Reflect x Terling Susie)
ASH - C2-199380
(Roseridge Mistrel x Roseridge Pepper)
ASH - 198551
(Orarapark Mystique x Rosebank Flare)
ASH - 177017
(Bryjen Fort Talon x Oakview Skye)
ASH - 187931
(Tamerang Oaks Performer x Merlin Blondie)
ASH - 243430
Pinto - FM5844
(Coleslea Eclipse x Lindenlee Tally)
AQHA - Q-53692
(Docs Regal x Tina Alena)
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