Sandy Plains Equine Center of Clarksville, PA, is extremely excited to host "Cowgirls R Invitd" for the 2019 breeding season.
"Cowgirls R Invitd" is a chestnut stallion standing over 16 hands. He was injured as a baby and will never have a chance to prove himself in competition. However, his sire is the great "Invitation Only" who needs no introduction. His dam is the well-known show mare
"Zippos Cowgirl" who is an AQHA World Champion and daughter of "Zippos Old Gold".
With so many options, don't miss this outstanding stallion by ALL TIME LEADING SIRE "Invitation Only" with all the mare power you can ask for! The dam of "Cowgirls R Invitd", "Zippos Cowgirl", is an AQHA World Champion,
has won over $44,000 in NSBA, and earned 589 Performance Points.
"Zippos Cowgirl" has earned a solid list of championship titles.
In 1999, Carl rode "Cowgirl" to nine first place finishes according to Equi-Stat, a division of
The Cowboy Publishing Group.
They were first in the Open at the West Pennsylvania Summer Circuit show in July; first in the Open, Intermediate Open and Limited Open at the Wisconsin State Fair & WQHA Show in August; first in the Intermediate Open and the Limited Open at the Reichert Pleasure Celebration later that month; first at the New Castle Fall Show in the Open in September; and took first in the Open and the Intermediate Open at the Pleasure Jubilee in the Open and Intermediate Open during September, as well.
In 2000, the mare won the 3 Years & Up class at the Tom Powers Spring Triple Challenge Futurity in April with Carl as her guide.
Not only did "Zippos Cowgirl" win the 2000 All American Quarter Horse Congress Western Pleasure Maturity, but Carl also had a winning ride in the Junior Western Pleasure with her, and finished reserve in the Maturity Limited behind "Lotto Flash", the horse that placed second behind "Zippos Cowgirl" in the Maturity Open.
"Zippos Cowgirl" earned total money of $7,248.87 in the three classes.
"Cowboy" has exceptional conformation. He is good headed and has a good mind to go with it. His genetics tell us that he should sire the kind of foals Oak Ridge Quarter Horses is striving to raise; good all around athletes that can compete successfully in the show rings of today and tomorrow.
Un-shown due to injury as foal.
National Champion in Two Year Old Snaffle Bit Western Pleasure
Circuit Champion Non Pro 2 year old Futurity at Del Mar Fall Classic
Res Circuit Champion in Open 2 year old futurity
Oak Ridge Farm - Sharon Puccio