SAX Summer Seranade
This filly is destined to be a sport horse.
Kentucky Association of Fairs and Horse Shows
Arabian Halter Division 2020 Champion
Arabian & ½ Arabian Mare – Halter 2nd
Arabian Half Arabian AOTH 3rd
KAHABA Half Arabian Production Class 3 & Under 1st
KAHABA Half Arabian Production Class 3 and under 1st
Arabian & Half Arabian Mares at Halter 1st
HA/AA Mare Breeding Open Region 14 1st Region 12 2nd
HA/AA Mare Breeding ATH Region 14 1st Region 12 2nd
Region 13 HA/AA Mares Breeding Halter Open Top Five
Region 13 HA/AA Mares Breeding Halter AOTH Top Five
AHA Sweepstakes HA/AA Mares AAOTH 3rd
Region 14 HA/AA Sport Horse Mares Open 3rd
Region 14 HA/AA Sport Horse Mares ATH 4th
Region 14 HA/AA Mares Breeding Championship – Reserve Champion
Region 14 HA/AA Mares Breeding ATH Championship – Champion
Region 14 HA/AA Mare Breeding Halter Open & AOTH ($)
HA/AA Breeding Mare ATH 2nd
SAX Summer Seranade
2020, 2019, 2018
All-heart & Courageous
SAX Summer Seranade arrived June 21, 2018, the first day of summer. It was daylight, and it was her big blaze that stood out as she laid in the deep grass next to her dam. On closer inspection, it was obvious she was going to be a palomino. She sprung up to stand tall next to her dam and there were two matching rear stockings. Oh, what a sight! The filly was a perfect little angle in the early morning dawn.
The neighbors gave me the name ‘summer’ and I wanted to give recognition to my sister in law’s former crabbet Arabian mare ‘Sera’ (the dam of my first Morab, El Serniga) thus the Seranade.
The mare, Wisdom and Grace HH, was extremely protective. I did not have a halter on her and she does not like to be caught. She was extremely protective of the baby and it took a week to get the pair ‘corralled’ to be haltered and brought into the barn. Fortunately the weather was great during this time and mother and foal did not need shelter. They ‘hung out’ under the only pine tree in the pasture and I hauled grain and water out to Gracie. ‘Summer’ was an outgoing and athletic filly from the start. She took full advantage of her large pasture to run around, trip, fall, tumble, get up and go on. Once she was haltered, handling started early as she was going to be shown in the fall of 2018.
SAX Summer Seranade is an Arabian Breeders Sweepstakes filly. Her sire, SAX Gold Dust (Morab/Half-Arabian), is a nominated Arabian Breeders Sweepstakes stallion and the mare was nominated in foal. The plan for this filly is to be shown in Region 14 and make her way to the US National Arabian Sport Horse Championships September 2019.
This filly is destined to be a sport horse. She is athletic, all heart and courageous. Judges comments are so far, ‘light on her feet’, ‘great topline’, ‘long legs’, ‘tracks up well’ and ‘long pasterns’.
Her 2019 training and showing will be over September 2019 and back home at the SAX Morabs Farm. SAX Summer Seranade is FOR SALE to a show home and preferably as a sport horse. For any questions, please email email@example.com or phone 270-735-5331
SAX Summer Seranade's
SAX Morab Farm welcomes SAX Summer Seranade, June 21, 2018, a filly by SAX Gold Dust + and out of Grace and Wisdom HH. Gracie’s breeding includes Ansata IBN Halim++ and Wisdom ( Bask ++). This mating with SAX Gold Dust + produced a beautiful palomino filly and has won her first two classes as a 4 month old in October 2018 beating out older horses. This mating of Gold Dust +, who has strong *Serafix blood lines and western Morgan working lines was such a good ‘niche’ a future breeding is planned.
Daddy, Gold Dust.
Gold Dust +, who has strong *Serafix blood lines and western Morgan working lines was such a good ‘niche’ a future breeding.