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Sound, 3-year-old AA

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Frenchmans Monique

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Blue Moon Desire

2015 colt by Champion Sire DESIRIO, si 116, out of

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CHOICE PROPERTY, si 96,

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AAA stakes placed winner

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IVORY JAMES, si 103,

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1967 Bay Thoroughbred Stallion

New Policy-Yenoh Reb, Beerseem


The great sire of Policy Awarded is Reb's Policy, now deceased. Reb's Policy was a Thoroughbred stakes winner of more than $83,000 before a broken leg ended his racing career. After leaving the track, Reb's Policy (by New Policy and out of Yenoh Reb, by Berseem) made his mark as an outstanding producer of Thoroughbreds and Quarter Horses. His foals earned almost $12 million.

From 440 Quarter Horse starters, Reb's Policy sired 326 winners.

As a Quarter Horse broodmare sire, Reb's Policy sired 233 dams of 855 performers, of which 846 were starters, 616 ROM, 561 winners, 69 stakes winners, 68 stakes placed, 3 champions, with earnings of $11,428,971 (May 2003 AQHA Racing Journal).

aMONG the outstanding Quarter Horses out of Reb's Policy mares are Tres Seis, si 97, $856,901, and Dean Miracle, si 104, $199,601.

 

Photos of Reb's Policy at Ivan Ashment Ranch and on the track.


Perhaps the most famous of Reb's Policy's offspring was Town Policy. In 2002, Town Policy (along with renowned trainer Blane Schvaneveldt) was inducted into the IQHA Racing Division 2002 Hall of Fame. The Idaho Quarter Horse Breeders Association website records the following:
 

"When Town Policy was laid to rest on the Los Alamitos Racetrack infield in January 1984, and he’s the only horse to be so honored, trainer Blane Schvaneveldt cried. So did jockey Kenny Hart. The fact that two men, two cowboys, broke down over a horse tells you just how special this gelding was.

 "Town Policy has a story that only Hollywood could write, really.  At the peak of his career, and only five days after winning the 1977 Fresno Futurity, “Town” disappeared from his stall at Schvaneveldt’s barn in Stanton, California. Five months later and 150 pounds lighter, the little bay gelding was found in a Mexico cornfield. Barely 10 weeks after that Town won the Los Alamitos Derby, the most competitive Quarter Horse race for three year olds. Town “dominated” is more like it, because the gelding beat the field by two and one half lengths.

 "Bred and owned his entire life by AQHA Hall Of Famer Ivan Ashment, an Idaho potato mogul, Town was named World Champion Three Year Old Gelding in 1978, and Champion Aged Gelding in 1980. He won 22 races, including 8 stakes races from 64 starts, and earned in excess of $862,000.00. He is the only horse to sweep Los Al’s three major divisional races—the Kindergarten Futurity, Los Alamitos Derby and Vessel's Maturity—in consecutive years.

 "Town Policy was sired by Reb’s Policy, one of the fastest grass horses California ever saw. His dam was Camptown Girl, a double-bred descendent of Three Bars, and winner of two small futurities as a two year old.

 "On January 3, 1984, with Hart aboard, Town broke his shoulder running in an allowance race.  He was buried the next day. Schvaneveldt always said Town Policy was more human than horse. Hart is unashamed to say he loved the gelding.  Each year on opening weekend, Los Alamitos remembers him with the Town Policy Handicap."

 

Circle D Reb's Policy mare, Policy Awarded, with Nick Dinnell.


 

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