Jester’s Charming Legend Named 2017 Top 5 Stallion
Congratulations to Jester’s Charming Legend for being named a 2017 Top 5 Stallion. Jester’s Charming Legend was recently named the MFTHBA Breeding Sire of the Year for the third year in a row, and this is the third year that he has been named a Top 5 stallion. Jester’s Charming Legend was bred by Larry Robbins of Farmington, Arkansas, and he is owned by Brian Oglesby of Perry, Missouri.
Jester’s Charming Legend’s offspring included the following title winners in 2017: Open Amateur 2 year Old World Grand Champion, Legend’s Girlie Girl J, owned by Wayne and Helen Jones of Waynesville, Missouri, Open 2 Year Old World Grand Champion, Little Bit Of Murphy, owned by Jimmy Bell of Salem, Missouri, and the Open Amateur Three Year Old World Grand Champion, Legendary Annie Oakley, owned by Lee Hackler of Alma, Arkansas.
The MFTHBA congratulates Jester’s Charming Legend and Brian Oglesby. Thank you for your contributions to the Missouri Fox Trotting Horse breed.
More on the Stallion of the Year:
Designed to honor the stallion with the most successful offspring at MFTHBA sponsored shows, a point system was applied to pre-designated classes. All World Grand Champion classes, Spring Show Championship Classes and Three Year Old Futurity classes were included in the calculations. In 2017, 112 stallions earned points toward the award.
This week we will highlight each stallion in the Top 5 for the award leading up to the naming of the 2017 MFTHBA Stallion of the Year on Friday.
All Top 5 Stallions will be honored at the 2018 Spring Show and Futurity in June.