Madison, Wisconsin - The CHBOA was proudly represented by board
and her classic champagne colt, Banners Champagne Punch. They
participated in the parade of breeds at noon each day on Friday,
Saturday, and Sunday.
We would like to
thank Mary for all of her hard work promoting the champagne color
and the CHBOA, and recognize Diane Grattifiori of Deerfield
Wisconsin for her participation.
note was the behavior of Banners Champagne Punch. He had only
arrived from his breeder in Utah two weeks beforehand, yet he did a
GREAT job promoting and was very tolerant for a 6 month old colt. He
had to deal with wall-to-wall crowds, carriages, covered wagons,
barking dogs, trucks, and horses whizzing by - and he took
everything in stride! His kind manner and gentle ways earned him
numerous hugs and kisses from little girls attending the fair.
He even caught
the attention of Bob Bosold from WAXX104 Country who is writing an
article for a magazine about this extraordinary colt.