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WGC Jose’s Intimidator Announces Breeding Incentive



Three-Time World Champion and 2005 Junior World Grand Champion Jose’s Intimidator is pleased to announce that all World Champion and World Champion-producing mares will be offered free stud fees to Jose’s Intimidator.  The promotion will run through the remainder of 2011 and will allow mare owners of previous show ring stars and top producers to breed to one of the industry’s top studs at no charge.

“We are excited to be able to announce this promotion and believe strongly that mare owners will appreciate this one-time offer,” said Ferguson Farms breeding manager Jamie Bradshaw.  “Intimidator had a wonderful show career and provided Mr. Ferguson and I some of the best memories we’ve had in this business and we now want to help others experience those same thrilling moments with their Intimidator colts.  We look forward to promoting these young horses and share in the excitement of their successes,” concluded Bradshaw.

Jose’s Intimidator has collected 21 blue ribbons in his career, three world championships, a world grand championship, a reserve world championship and in 2008 was the Reserve World Grand Champion Tennessee Walking Horse.  Intimidator recently moved home to Ferguson Farms in Union Grove, AL to continue his breeding career under the direction of Bradshaw.  For more information on Jose’s Intimidator and this promotion call Jamie Bradshaw at 256-753-1035.

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