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Bingo Time Is Awarded Waterfall Incentive



Waterfall Farms congratulates Bingo Time and Tim Gray in the A division of the 2 Year Old Stallions.

Bingo Time is sired by John F. K.'s Delight and out of ETs Tabasco Queen (Ebony's Threat A.)

With this win Bingo Time will be awarded a $50,000 Waterfall Breeders Incentive to be split between his owner Sandy Shumate and his breeder Ty Irby.

The Waterfall $200,000 Breeders Incentive in effect for the Fall of 2005 and Spring of 2006 breeding season designated the offspring of the following stallions eligible:

John F. K.'s Delight (aka Bingo)
Gen's Black Gin
Generator's Santana
JFK
Our American Eagle
Generator's Man of Magic
A Specialist
JFK All Over

$100,000
To be split between the Breeder and Current Owner of the 2009 Two Year Old Open or Two Year Old Amateur Padded Performance World Grand Champion; which ever is awarded first.

$50,000
To be split between the Breeder and Current Owner of the FIRST World Champion Under Saddle in a Two Year Old Open or Amateur; Park Pleasure, Lite-Shod, or Padded Performance division in the year 2009.

The $50,000 has now been won and the $100,000 is still up for grabs. Be watching the Two Year Old Amateur World Grand Championship, Class 158, on Friday Evening and The Two Year Old World Grand Championship, Class 166, on Saturday Evening. The FIRST championship, of the two classes mentioned above, awarded to an offspring of any of the following stallions will be the Incentive winner.

John F. K.'s Delight (aka Bingo)
Gen's Black Gin
Generator's Santana
JFK
Our American Eagle
Generator's Man of Magic
A Specialist
JFK All Over

Good Luck to all those that are entered.

David Williams
Waterfall Farms

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