High Noon ~ aka YOR High Noon
High Noon - 1995 Stallion
2004 SRCHA High Point Over-All Open Horse & sire of the SRCHA High Point Junior Horse. Sire of the 2005, 2006, 2007 and 2008 Open & Junior Horse High Point Champion in the SRCHA.
"Canadian Supreme" 1999 Non-Pro Champion Working Cowhorse; and 1998 & 1999 Reserve Champion Futurity Working Cowhorse.
Sire of World & National CHAMPIONS
2005 - High Noon wins the Canadian National Championship for the 4th consecutive year in Reining, plus his fifth National Champion title in ... Working Cowhorse and 2nd Nat'l title in Steer Daubing.
.....watch the bridle-less reining video (below)
High Noon has been awarded his OMB (Outstanding Member of the Breed) Award
His dam S/W Red Velvet is inducted into the Supreme Hall of Fame as the leading dam of Reined Cowhorses. High Noon represents the "magic cross" with this great mare & High Sign Nugget, multiple World Champion Working Cowhorse.
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At the 2005 National Show, High Noon and his offspring placed 1rst, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th and 6th in a field of 7 horses in Open Working Cowhorse competition. The 7th place horse was sired by Ima Doc Olena.
Sire - High Sign Nugget (by High Sign) Dam - S/W Red Velvet
High Noon is a 1995 FEW SPOT LEOPARD Appaloosa stallion - meaning he is a 100% color producer. He stands 15 hh and is COWY, willing & talented. Ultra correct, with an easy going gentle attitude, High Noon passes his good looks and ability to his offspring.
High Noon has already produced numerous Canadian National Champions, numerous Reserve National Champions plus numerous Open Show Champions... and the ApHC 2007 WORLD and National Champion in reining.
High Noon is registered with the ApHC in the USA, the FAHR (Foundation Appaloosa Registry) in the USA at 87.5% pure "known" Appaloosa blood, (Note ~ his US registered name is "YOR High Noon") and in Canada with the ApHCC as an F3-level. This means that, when bred to another F3 level Appaloosa mare, High Noon will sire F4 level Appaloosa offspring.
We have produced a good number of these F4 Appaloosa - sired by High Noon - and they are some of our best ! ...The F4 will produce the first "purebred" status Appaloosa horses in the Canadian herdbook.
As a Reiner - High Noon is a big stopper, with a flat spin and super fluid lead changes. His progeny all seem to be naturals, too, with a nice level head carriage. High Noon has been trained and shown solely by his owner - Roger Johnson.
The rest of this page gives highlights from High Noon's show career to date...with a few more pictures at the bottom. Some Reining scores are on the Training & News Page. Enjoy !
Some of High Noon's awards:
Outstanding Member of the Breed Certificate - ApHCC
Supreme Award - Reining
Supreme Award - Team Penning
Supreme Award - Western Riding
Supreme Award - Games
Superior Award - Working Cowhorse
2001 First in all of Canada for over-all show points in 10 different events !
...in the Top Five in Canada in another six events, and in the Top Ten in Canada in yet another event (Western Pleasure !)
High Noon is versatile, athletic and good looking (2nd in Canada in 2001 for Halter points !)
The Open Show "Canada's Greatest Cowhorse" Competition in 2001 saw two Appaloosa entries ~ High Noon and his sire, 5-time "World" Champion Working Cowhorse High Sign Nugget. The rest of the field was dominated by AQHA entries, and some Paints. The judged components in this competition were Reining, Cutting, Fence-work, and Steer Stopping.
High Noon placed 6th and his sire High Sign Nugget placed 9th in the 2001 Canada's Greatest Cowhorse - bringing two Appaloosa into the the top ten !
In 2001, at the Canadian National Appaloosa Show, High Noon tied for first place in Open Reining, but lost the call on the "call Judge" to place Reserve Champion to "Joe Glow" ridden by Joey Jorgeson of the USA. That horse "Joe Glow" has won the European Appaloosa Reining Championship.
High Noon placed first over "Joe Glow" in the 2001 Reining Stakes class at the Canadian National Show.
High Noon, in Working Cowhorse Competition at the Canadian National Shows, has won over some prestigious horses - such as his half brother "Rustys Little Nugget" and "Ima Doc Slider" both "World" Champions in that event.
High Noon has never gone to the "World" Show but certainly gives a World Class performance at every event. He competes during an active breeding season, and works for a living on the ranch, too. Congrats to "High Limit" - full brother to "High Noon" - ridden by Cody Sapergia to win Reining & Cowhorse World Championships in 2002.
High Noon's placings, as compared to all other horses shown in ApHCC competition across Canada in 2001 ~ Canadian Over-All High Point Horse in these 10 different events:
Reining, Working Cowhorse, Team Penning, Cutting, Western Riding, Steer Daubing, Breakaway Roping, Pole Bending, Flag Picking, Keyhole Race.
High Noon was SECOND in all of Canada in 2001 in Halter, 4-years & older Stallions;
SECOND in Canada in Timed Heading & Heeling, and Judged Heeling;
Third in Canada in Judged Heading;
Fourth in Canada in Figure 8 Stake Race;
Fifth in Canada in Barrel Racing;
Ninth in Canada in Western Pleasure.
"Canadian Supreme" 1999 Non-Pro Champion Working Cowhorse;
1998 & 1999 Reserve Champion Futurity Working Cowhorse.
High Noon = Versatility +
1022 Show Points in 18 different disciplines in the 2002 show season.
Cowy, quick, willing, and colored ~ with great conformation and bone ~ good looks and style ~ "High Noon"
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