The Premier Paint Sires program recently added two new stallions, Lopin Lazy and The Best Machine, to their already-impressive roster. These stallions will be filling two of the slots left open by the impending departure of Good To The Max, Magic Ninety Nine, Frozen Assets, and A Danson Impulse.
Mares bred to either stallion in 2015 will be eligible to be nominated for their 2016 foals to be able to participate in the PPS Breeders’ Futurity.
Lopin Lazy is a 2010 overo stallion sired by Lazy Loper and out of R Fancy This. He is a 4-time APHA Reserve World Champion and had his first foal crop arrive in 2015. “Beamer” is owned by Patti Cerio and will be standing with Debbi Trubee and Roger Landis at North Farm for the 2016 breeding season.
The Best Machine is a 2011 overo son of A Good Machine and out of the mare, Perfectly Zippo (by Zippos Sensation). “Logan’s” first foal crop also arrived in 2015, and he is owned by the MGM Partnership.
The Premier Paint Sires’ Mission Statement: Premier Paint Sires seeks to enhance the breeding prosperity of American Paint Horse Association registered stallions by creating an elite event that showcases the offspring of a limited group of distinguished color breed stallions. By giving exhibitors of all skill levels the opportunity to compete for a significant cash prize in three premier shows, Premier Paint Sires will create the incentive to improve the breeding potential of APHA stallions. Premier Paint Sires is committed to fostering good will for APHA show horses within the industry as well as the outlying community and is dedicated to promoting the future of the industry.
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