A fairly uncommon occurrence happened in the halter events at the All American Quarter Horse Congress. Chester and Anne Prince’s yearling stallion, PF Credibley Supreme, was awarded Grand Champion Stallion. He also won American Quarter Horse Association World Champion Stallion in the same year. A yearling stallion standing Grand at the Congress and becoming World Champion Stallion is something that has not happened in the modern halter era.
This gorgeous sorrel yearling home bred stallion who was raised by Chester and Anne Prince of Palmetto, Florida, is the talk of the halter industry. The 2010 stallion is by Prince’s stallion, MH Supremo and out of Ima Credible Miss.
Trainer Dewey Smith, who works for Prince’s farm in Palmetto, Florida, raved about this young colt and said that he knew he was special the first time he saw him out in the pasture. Besides the natural talent with which this young horse is endowed, Dewey credits the horse’s exceptional fitness to his conditioning time in the AquaTRAK™.