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- Memorials
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A tribute to SHOC stallions who have passed.
 It is with much regret that we announce the passing of some of SHOC's finest horses, including rare colored stallions.

Bel-Air - Blue Boy - Brandy - Coloured Gold Bar - Crown's Tosti - Darth - Glitter Please - Waterway Drive

Bel - Air - Rare Palomino Swedish WB Stallion - Rising Star lost:
May 1990 - August 2000
  Bel-Air, a rare Chocklate Palomino colored Swedish Warmblood stallion was imported from Sweden to the U.S.A. by Janet and David Starr of New York, several years ago. Last owned and loved by Nicole Imbriglio of West Wind Farm in North Carolina, Bel-Air was competing successfully in hunter jumpers. Bel-Air leaves a legacy of colored foals, including surviving TWINS!  Click here to read more and see pictures. Bel-Air, a somewhat small stallion in stature, especially for jumpers, has left a big impression on those who knew him, personally, and those who were fortunate enough to see him compete.

Coloured Gold Bar

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Glitter Please - A Golden legacy in Dressage

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