AHT Memorial Article
(1986 - 2010)
Halter & Performance Champion & Super Sire!
Pardons Mahogany is a multiple champion at halter, a Canadian Top Ten Futurity Stallion, English Pleasure Champion. Padron Mahogany has eight Get-Of-Sire wins, including unanimous 1st place Get-Of-Sire at Scottsdale in 1993. His sons and daughters have earned more than 250 championships at halter and 200 at performance. They are winning not only at the "A" level, but Regional and National levels in both halter and performance.
Mahogany consistently passes on his big soft eyes, small tippy ears, a high set neck, laid back shoulder, good legs and croup, and the desirable one-third/one-third/one-third bodies. These babies are intelligent, with good attitudes and are easy to train. They are winning the hearts of both their trainers and owners appreciate a horse they can handle themselves. Trainers covet to have his offspring in their show string, and his popularity as a sire gives credence to his record at stud.
Padrons Mahogany's dam, Hal Ane Versare is an Aristocrat mare, dam of 6 National Winners, including National Champion Futurity and Canadian National Futurity Champion GA Hal Psyche. Hal Ane Versare was the 1997 Scottsdale Produce of Dam Champion. Hal Ane Versare died November 23, 1996. She is missed.
Interest in Padrons Mahogany has exceeded the boundaries of North America. Breeders in Europe, South American, Chile, Argentina, Venezuela, Australia and Mexico have become fans of the handsome black bay stallion. Several Padrons Mahogany youngsters have now been imported and more are due to follow.
Does the future belong to Padrons Mahogany? Like the best that is America, Padrons Mahogany is a product of mixed heritage. His bloodlines combine the best of Russian strength, Polish athletic ability, Crabbet elegance and Egyptian beauty and refinement.
As finest wood must be sculptured to create great art, so must a breeding program be sculptured and scrutinized. Padrons Mahogany is our inspiration; perhaps his son or daughter could be yours.
Details on Padrons Mahogany Heritage:
Padron, who is one the most winning stallion ever, is by three time Dutch National Champion Stallion Patron (Aswan X Padruga) his dam, Odessa, was Dutch Regional Champion Mare who has produced three champions:
- 1982 US National Champion Stallion
- 1981 Canadian National Champion Stallion
- 1980 Scottsdale Champion Stallion
- 1979 Scottsdale Junior Reserve Champion Colt Sire of Significance
Odessa, of Crabbet bloodlines, is a daughter of 1966 British Reserve Junior National Champion Stallion, Bright Wings, and Serinda, the 1969 British National Champion Foal.
HAL ANE VERSARE, PADRONS MAHOGANY's dam was a tremendous broodmare. She is an aristocrat mare, dam of six National Winners including:
Padrons Mahogany: 1989 Canadian Top Ten Futurity Colt
Hal to Padron: 1992 Canadian Top Ten Futurity Colt
Scottsdale Top Ten
World Top 6 Winner
GA Padrons Sun: 1993 US Top Ten Futurity Colt
1993 Canadian Top Ten Futurity Colt
Scottsdale Top Ten Colt
GA Hal Psyche: 1995 US and Canadian National Champion Futurity Stallion
Scottsdale Champion 3 yr. old Stallion
1999 US National Top Ten Stallion
GA Grand Empress: 1995 Region 13 Champion LAHA
1995 US National Winner
GA Bey Ane Versare: 1997 US National Sweepstakes Winner
1999 US National Futurity Winner
Hal That's Amore, sire of Hal Ane Versare, was named the Region X Champion Stallion before breaking his leg in a tragic accident. Over 75% Polish, his is the sire of champions, with offspring like My Cherie Amore, 1985 Buckeye Reserve Champion Mare and three time Scottsdale Top Ten Mare. Hal That's Amore is a son of the pure Polish stallion Hal Gazal (Eleuzis x Bufa) and mare Hal Eve (Harbit x G-Amaka). Hal Gazal was a 1977 and 1978 US Top Ten Stallion, as well as, a Sire of Significance, with over 50 Champions and 9 National winners. Hal Eve a 1981 US and Canadian Top Ten Mare, produced only one foal in her lifetime Hal That's Amore, sire of Hal Ane Versare.
Hal Ane Versare's dam is the very significant broodmare
G-Amake: She produced six National Winners.
Hal Eve: US and Canadian Top Ten Mare
Hal Gibby: US and Canadian Top Ten Stallion
Canadian National Reserve Champion
Western Pleasure AOTR
Brazilain National Winner
Hal-Lea: Region XI Reserve Champion English Pleasure
Hal G Tiffanee: Canadian Top Ten Mare
Regions XI and XIII Top Five Mare
Hal-G-Bit: Halter Reserve Champion
This Time Forever: Halter Junior Champion
G-Amakals sire G-Amigo (Niga x Ga-Rageyma) was bred by Dan Gainey, one of America's top breeders (and only American breeder to produce three US National Champion Stallions). G-Amigo sired over 25 champions, four of them National winners.
Bint Aka, dam of G-Amaka, was the 1967 US Top Ten Trail Horse AKA, and out of Kasalah a product of the Van Vleet breeding program.