James Ranch and stallion owners Dr. Candice Hall and Dr. Cory Seebach of Borders Quarters, LTD are pleased to announce the release of a Video of the young stallion Machine Made. Machine Made is by A Good Machine and out of the late great show mare Gypsys Little Image.
Machine Made is a reserve Reichert Champion a reserve NSBA World Champion and placed third at the Congress in 2010 in the three year old open futurity with Carl Yamber. He is currently standing the 2011 season at James Ranch in Purcell, Oklahoma under the guidance of experienced stallion manager Milt Alderman.
Machine Made was purchased in August 2010 by husband and wife Dr. Cory Seebach and Dr. Candice Hall, after they saw him show at the Southern Belle in July. "I immediately knew that he had to be ours!" says Candice. We had been looking for that 'horse of a lifetime' for the past couple years. Luckily, Henry and Donna Rosciti (owners of Gypsys Little Image) were willing to part with him."
Machine Made went on to win prizes for Carl Yamber (Reichert, NSBA World Show) and Non-Pro rider Candice (3rd place intermediate nonpro 3 yr old at the NSBA World Show), Scottsdale Classic (3 yr old Non-Pro Champion, 3 yr old Open Reserve Champion with Gil Galyean) and 3 year old Congress Open 3rd Place with Carl. He was the Reserve Amateur Pleasure Circuit winner at the 2011 Florida Gulf Coast Circuit.
Border Quarters LTD is owned and operated by a husband and wife team on Vancouver Island, BC. Dr. Cory Seebach is a dentist and his wife Dr. Candice Hall is a veterinarian. Together they find the time to breed, train & show some of the top quarter horses in the North West. They have had success at the highest levels of Competition including multiple NSBA World Champions, a AQHA World Champion, and a Reserve Congress Champion.
Once the breeding season is over, Machine Made will return to the show pen under
the guidance of Gil Galyean quarter horses to be shown by Dr Candice
Hall in amateur events and Gil in the open.