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Equine Obituary - Generator's Man Of Magic






WC Generator's Man Of Magic was found deceased in his pasture on Sunday, June 29, 2008. Born April 29, 1992, Man of Magic was sired by Generator's Magic and out of E.T.'s Heiress Queen. 

Man of Magic was a 10 time World Champion.  He carried 5 different riders to those 10 World Championships.  At the 1995 Celebration, as a three year old, Man of Magic was the winner of the Ladies Auxiliary class with Paige Edwards aboard.  Man of Magic was the 1996 World Champion Four Year Old Stallion and World Grand Champion Four Year Old with Larry Edwards aboard.  He claimed the Amateur Riders 60 and Over at the 1997 Celebration with Jim Hartzog aboard.  In 1999 and again in 2001 Man of Magic was the World Champion 15.2 and under Amateur Stallion and World Grand Champion 15.2 Amateur Horse will Bill Johnson in the irons.  He returned in 2002 with Bill Johnson to claim the Elite Amateur Riders on Stallions World Championship.  In his last Celebration appearance in 2004, Generator's Man of Magic carried Wink Groover to the winners circle in the Retired Trainers over 55 class.

At last count Man of Magic had sired nearly 200 offspring.  Man of Magic had been pensioned to retire to the back pasture at Waterfall Farms this fall.

David Williams of Waterfall Farms states that " Waterfall has lost one of the greats.  He was a superb ambassador for our breed, an iconic fixture at Waterfall and he will be greatly missed."

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