Our Featured Stallion - Too Sleepy To Zip scored big at the AQHA World Championship show yesterday by having 2 of his offspring make it to the top 10 in the Amateur Western Pleasure finals. Too Sleepy To Zip has been standing at Gumz Farms in Kentucky. In 2009 Too Sleepy To Zip will stand at home in Stugis MI.

Too Sleepy To Zip

Sleepin In The Rain, a 3 year old chestnut mare by Too Sleepy To Zip, owned by Tammy Dyer and shown by daughter Sharnai Thompson placed 3rd in the finals.

Gotta Get Some Sleep, a 4 year-old bay gelding also sired by Too Sleepy To Zip placed 10th in the finals. He is owned and shown by Emily Cramer.

Too Sleepy To Zip is a Congress Champion and was 7th in Western Pleasure at the AQHA World Show.

Invest N Vital Signs, the 3 year-old red roan stallion owned by the Glover Family and shown by Kristin Glover was 4th. Invest N Vital Signs stands at Oklahom Stud Ranch, also featured advertisers on HSH.com

Here are the remainder of the results from the Amateur Western Pleasure at the 2008 AQHA World Show.

World Champion BIG N RICH, Exhibitor: Blair Kern
Reserve World Champion MY BODYS SHEIK, shown by Whitney Ward
3rd - SLEEPIN IN THE RAIN, Sharnai Thomson
4th - INVEST N VITAL SIGNS, Kristen Glover
5th - MISTER BURNING HOT, Sheryl Kissinger
6th - HRZ MAKE MINE GOLD, Margaret Storrs
7th - BLAZIN PINE BAR, Brynne Tincher
8th - HOPE BY INVITATION, sired by Invitation Only, Jerry Strickland
9th - IN ESSENCE, sired by Hot Impulse, shown by Holly Hannewyk. Hot Impulse is also a featured stallion here on HSH.com and stands in Kentucky at Gumz Farms.
10th - GOTTA GET SOME SLEEP, sire Too Sleepy To Zip, Emily Cramer
11th - RL SUDDEN CHANGE, Megan Hawkins
12th - AMBLIN IMPULSION, Sherry Lee Allen
13th - SLOW RIDIN, Jeff Williams
14th - STRIKING POTENTIAL, Cami Meleca
15th - CHOCOLATE ONLY, Sire Invitation Only shown by Casey Kimberlin.

Invitation Only stands at Oklahoma Stud Ranch in Purcell Oklahoma. He has been a leading sire of mulitple categories in AQHA and NSBA standings for many years. He is an NSBA Hall Of Fame Inductee for 2008.

Watch for more results coming soon.