The clinic, held in August, enabled attendees to experience Tommy’s common-sense training techniques and also helped the Kenworthy family showcase the incredible Scapa! Gary says, “Everyone knows that Scapa is an incredibly beautiful stallion that produces superior-quality foals. After all, he was second (by a significant margin) on the Leading Sires list at this year’s Egyptian Event. It is impressive by anyone’s standard, but when you consider he held that distinction in three categories: by points, by number of winners, and also in the combined category of halter and performance sires... that’s powerful! What everyone doesn’t know is that they may be seeing Scapa in the show ring again, under saddle! We’ll see. Given what he has accomplished with Tommy, and his love affair with Amy Simpkins, that might be a good bet!” To see Scapa and Tommy at work, check out the video clip linked in the right sidebar.
Paradise Arabians also recently announced the addition of Rich & Amy Simpkins to “Team Paradise.” "We are excited to now be able to add performance training to our list of services," Wanda states, "We see the addition of Rich & Amy as a huge blessing. With their help, our ability to help our clients has become even stronger. From Sales and Marketing to Training and Showing, we’ve got you covered. Our next Clinic will be October 26th from Noon to 5pm, and our amateurs will present the horses they will be showing at the Music City Show on November 15th -17th in Murfreesboro, TN." The Kenworthy family also wants to invite everyone to the farm on the 26th to meet their new outcross stallion, who will stand alongside The Singleton, Scapa, Karin Amin Al Jannat and Kohl Al Jannat. His name cannot be revealed quite yet, but Paradise will be presenting all of their stallions for a 2014 season Breeding Special during the Fall Clinic. Don't miss it!