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Calizona ApHC featured on Stable Scoop Radio Show on the Horse Radio Network

The Calizona Appaloosa Horse Club was a featured guest on the annual preview look at the equestrian units in the Rose Parade on January 1, 2014 presented by the hosts of Stable Scoop on the Horse Radio Network. Hosts Helena Bee and Glenn the Geek preview the upcoming parade events and gather details about the Tournament of Roses Parade and related Equestfest. View the link below to access the Episode 277 and hear Leslie Foxvog expound about how great the Appaloosa breed is.

http://stablescoop.horseradionetwork.com/2013/12/05/stable-scoop-episode-277-the-2014-rose-parade-preview/

If you desire to cut to the chase and listen to Leslie Foxvog, go to marker 19:00 in the broadcast. She is a little nervous at first (some ums, ahs) but once she gets going you’ll see it is not all about the parade it is all about the Appaloosa! And you will also find out that one of the hosts now owns an Appaloosa too!

In addition to Leslie, Jeannette Collier of the Tournament of Roses gives the latest on the 2014 Rose Parade preparations, as well as Trish and Sadie of the All American Cowgirl Chicks share their excitement on being chosen to be in the parade.

Stable Scoop Episode 277 – Show Notes and Links:
Host: Helena Bee and Glenn the Geek (see host bios)
Photo Credit: The All American Cowgirl Chicks in a past Rose Parade.
Guest: Jeannette Collier, Staff Liaison with the 2014 Rose Parade.
Guest: Trish and Sadie from the All American Cowgirl Chicks.
Guest: Leslie Foxvog of the Calizona Appaloosa Horse Club.

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Leslie Foxvog, Calizona Appaloosa Horse Club

1 Comment

  1. Penny Whitehead Said,

    December 26, 2013 @ 12:49 pm

    Hope there are some great shots of the group that gets to ApHC to be shared on the blog, some of us don’t have the right channels on satellite T.V. to get any coverage.

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