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GoMag: September Fall Shows Issue Online Now

Just in time for all the fall majors, the September GoMag is online and better than ever. Check out the latest from the best exhibitors, breeders and businesses in the industry.

CLICK HERE to view the September issue of GoMag

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Jan Shepherd Pittman of Panama City, Florida, and her 2016 mare, Good Miss Lazy (Georgia) are hot off a unanimous win at the NSBA World Show in the Limited Horse $10,000 Non-Pro Western Pleasure Maturity. The duo was also Top 5 in the Select Amateur Western Pleasure and Bret Parrish and Georgia took home the Bronze in the $10,000 Limited Horse Western Pleasure Class. This team is ready for their next challenge at the All-American Quarter Horse Congress where they will be competing in open, select and non-pro maturity events.

“I had my doubts about finding another great one to replace Ona Good Impulse,” says Jan, referring to her legendary western pleasure mare and dam. “Georgia just happened to be in training with Bret, Candy and Cody Parrish. When I rode her for the first time, I knew she was the one.”

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“I purchased Georgia from Vicki Pugh,” Jan continues. “She’s out of Vicki’s multiple world champion producing mare, Good Miss Sunny, and by the Top 5 leading money earner, Lazy Loper. Georgia started her show career with Jamie Dowdy earning points in western pleasure and western riding.”

“The name Georgia signifies strength, kindness and wisdom with a unique spiritual energy that helps navigate through life’s challenges with ease,” Pittman shares. “This depiction fits her perfectly.”

As for Jan and Georgia’s future plans, “I just want to enjoy her as long as I can. I am so happy to be back in the saddle again,” Jan says. “We do plan on breeding Georgia to Fiire N Ice. If all goes as planned, we will have one in 2024.”

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Jan would like to thank the Parrish family for their lasting friendship. “Our relationship is based on a foundation of friendship, trust and respect. They are part of our family. I owe a big heartfelt thank you to them and our barn family for sharing in my dream and always putting the welfare of our horses first.”

Look for Jan and Georgia in the non-pro and select maturity western pleasure events as well as Bret Parrish in the open classes at the All-American Quarter Horse Congress. We wish this team the best of luck and look forward to seeing Georgia’s foals in the show arena in the near future.

CLICK HERE to view the September issue of GoMag

Cover Design: JML Design – Cover Photo: Cody Parmenter

The deadline for the October Congress Issue of GoMag is Thursday, September 28th. To reserve your space, call or text Suzannah Fuhrman, GoHorseShow’s Co-founder and Executive Vice President at 214-449-8716 or email her at Suzannah@GoHorseShow.com. She will be happy to answer any of your questions and can help design an advertising package to fit your needs and budget perfectly. GoHorseShow…Where The Winners Go.

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