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Equine Obituary - Pusher All Color





World Grand Champion and World Champion Pusher All Color passed away on December 17, 2016. He was 26 years old.

Sired by The Pusher C.G. and out of an Ebony’s Masterpiece mare, Pusher All Color was foaled on June 6, 1991 to James F. Smith of Bowling Green, Ky.

 The beautiful stallion captured the 1994 Three-Year-Old Stallions World Championship  in exciting fashion with Joel Woosley in the irons. Pusher All Color caught the eye of Gamble Farms of Belvidere, Tenn., and was purchased in the fall of 1994 to be campaigned by Sheri Gamble in the Amateur division. Under the direction of Dick Peebles at Gamble Farms, this team accumulated two reserve world championships and two world grand championships including: 1995 Amateur Four-Year-Old Stallions Reserve World Champion, 1995 Amateur Four-Year-Old World Grand Champion, 1996 Amateur Riders on Walking Stallions Reserve World Champion and 1996 Amateur World Grand Champion.

 Pusher All Color retired from his successful show ring career in 1998 where he would began his breeding career. In 2008, Spencer and Carrie purchased him to add to their stallion lineup at Spencer Benedict Stables where he would continue his breeding career.

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