Remington Steele*++... Polish/Crabbet Stallion
57% Crabbet, By Gaffizon++ out of Jordjina, Gray, 15.3 hh, 1982 - 2007
Breeders Sweepstakes nominated sire
Triple Registered AHRA (American), PAHR (International),
Limited supply of domestic frozen semen available: Click HERE
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Thank you for your interest in REMINGTON STEELE*++ and his progeny. We appreciate your business and look forward to a new friendship. We hope you enjoy the information that we have put together to help you study Remingtons pedigree he has a wonderful heritage. Each stallion in Rems bloodline is an Arabian Horse World Significant Sire Proven producers of both halter and performance horses. Each mare is an Aristocrat, leading producers of champions worldwide.
Remington Steele*++ is an ambassador for small breeders the world over proving you CAN compete with the big guns AND WIN! From the beginning, Remington broke all the rules Whenever they said it couldnt be done he did it.
Shown out of a trailer by a catch handler in Halter in his first show at age three, "Rem" trotted into the ring a big, bold, dazzling white, charismatic colt and came out show champion stallion. He has 22 first 12 Grand Champions. U.S. and Canadian National Top Ten. Twice Scottsdale Top Ten (at four and 16 years of age). Remington is the Leading Arabian Sporthorse Stallion and has won Reserve Champion at DAHAs first Open showing with an amateur on the lead!
At his very first show under saddle, Remington won Western Pleasure Champion with Dean Lacey as well as many firsts in Hunter Pleasure with a junior rider switching back and forth between Western and Hunt all day. In his second show, Sheri Lacey added Native Costume and "Rem" went Show Champion in THAT division while still winning in Western and Hunt, garnering High Point Horse. At his third show, the incredible "Rem" successfully carried seven riders (3 pros/4 juniors) in as many different divisions!!!
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In February 1999, Remington won Top Ten in Halter at Scottsdale at the age of 16. He was competing in the Aged Stallion class against 6 year olds!
Remington has Top Tenned a 50 mile endurance ride and completed the Western States 100-Mile-In-One-Day Ride, thereby winning the coveted TEVIS buckle.
Remington, also a prepotent sire, has produced several hundred exceptional offspring stamping his personality, showmanship and versatility onto each of his babies as well as strong correct legs, and long neck, strong level him, short back.
If you want to breed the kind of horse you can show one weekend, trail ride the next, and trust with your kids-then REMINGTON STEELE*++ and his progeny are just such horses!
SOME OF "REM"S OUTSTANDING ACCOMPLISHMENTS:
- Won the first WAHO Trophy (World Arabian Horse Organization)
for the USA 2005
- Chosen for Celebrity Horse Showcase at Equine Affaires in Springfield Ma., Columbus, Ohio, Pomona, Ca. 2005
- Awarded Title of Living Legend (only given to 10 horses every 25 years) 2004
- Honored at Kentucky Horse Park - Horses of the World Exhibit 1999 due to being the most versatile Arabian in the history of the breed
- Movie star made the closing scenes of the motivational movie Reach For The Stars carrying two lovers on his back under Golden Gate Bridge1998
- Saved Pattis life in 1995 when he fought off a mountain lion attack when they were out riding alone
- Tevis Buckle 100 miles in one day ride in 1988
- US and Canadian National Top-Ten Halter stallion in 1987
- Over 200 progeny (pure bred and half Arabians) competing worldwide in the show ring, Competitive Trail, and 50 and 100-mile Endurance rides, and Search and Rescue, etc
REM was the gift of a lifetime... I miss him so
much... he was not only a great horse but "an OLD SOUL"... he did
so much else besides show ring and Tevis... saved me from a mountain lion
attack... helped countless teenagers, veterans and homeless people get their
lives straightened out...helped mentally and physically handicapped children
and many of his offspring do now too... he was such an ambassador for the
breed and all of the equine world... thank you all for being Remington Steele
*++ fans, for sharing a piece of his life, and for all of your wonderful comments...I
guess I should write a book about his life... it has been so very hard to
go on with out him. We shall meet again, Rem!