Tournam(nt of Roses Parade 1 st Foal of 2006 “Emma” Danny Boy’s Jack + Clar Ann King’s Taffy # 221 (age 12) Jumper’s Proud Mary #325 (age 6) Clar Ann Fannie # 215 (age 19) PuIIing the BLM Fire Wagon AM Cream of Rice # 565 Barney’s Benjamin Gold # 328 X Ostella’s Old Dan’s Goldie # 353 463 x C.W.
Whip Cream (Sarah) # 374 May 2002 – — West Liberw, KY 41472 EquusSurvivalTrust@rahoo.com Equus Survival Trust Update – December 2005 Since the success of its first exhibition in Richmond, VA this PO Box 477; Pittsboro, NC 27312 editot@albc-us a.org 9 1954580?2 Rare Breeds Provide Rare Tastes in 2 ALBC Tasting Events Rare breeds represented on the ALBC Conservation Priority List delighted taste buds at 2 events in “Trouble” — Jutnper’s Trouble #4So Jumper’s Rebel # 295 x Jumper’s Elvira # 324 $500 Creams or non-Creams Shipped semen available 16.0 April, the Trust has been quietly going about its work to increase the visual profiles of the endangered breeds.
Several articles have appeared in regional and national magazines and various endangered breed newsletters to help achieve this. past The Trust continues to add rzre breed associations as associate members in building its Breed Association Advisory Panel.
The Trust hopes to make the panel active by the fall of 2006. 2005 – The Annual Meeting in CO, and A Taste of America’s Culinary Heritage in VA.
Three days of lectures, tours, and sharing connected preservation, conservation.
Husbandry, a live animal exhibit, and meals from rare breed products.
Such items as Galloway and Red Poll prime rib, roast leg of St.
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