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"â "â" In the nineteenth centuries, the crossing of thoroughbred Kentucky with other savoury races created a new type of thoroughbred named American Saddlebred. A saddleback was not a work or race horn, but an amusement mount that was often attracted and rode on Sunday or after work.
The World Championship horse show was the highlight of the American saddle breeding show. Saddle growers, coaches and horsemen from all over the world race against each other for month to get qualified and prepared for the World Championship, which takes place every summers at the Kentucky State Fairgrounds during the run of the National Exhibition.
In order to achieve the standard of a championship, a stallion must have characteristics such as being present, graceful and beautiful. A victorious stallion must also have a fighting spirits. Springfield, central to Louisville and Lexington, is home to a historical equine ranch called Kalarama Farms. The company was founded with a successful history since the beginning of the 20. century.
Today, as a contemporary agricultural enterprise, Kalarama Farms is a joint endeavour of Joan Hamilton, a stallion grower, and Larry Hodge, a training school. Concentrating on the physical and mental preparation of the saddle-breeding youngsters, the couple will be looking for a great world championship award. Hodge, Hamilton and the whole place keep a win-win attitude.
Once a World Championship equestrian show is over, the whole business will concentrate on next year. Show belts and other failed gear must be allocated before the event. Every stallion is allocated a new routine that is suitable for his own beginner level. And a vet goes through every single stallion thoroughly to see what it needs for top performances.
After all, half the farm staff travel to Louisville early in the morning and take the food and gear needed for the show. There are no stats yet released on how many winnings Kalarama Farm has won at this yearâ?"s show; however, a history in last yearâ?"s Springfield Sun tells the tale of Kalaramaâ?"s six championships and 18 standby victories.
Hamilton has spent the past 25 years on various American Saddle Horse Assoc (ASHA) committee and committee work. For over 40 years Hodge has been a successful coach and has won many Grand Champion and Championship titles for Kalarama. By the end of the show, the two long-time ASHA members had been accepted into the World Championship Horse Show Hall of Fame.
In Kalarama they were honoured for their life's work and were two of only three persons honoured this year.