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Horses in The World Raised Here I $ N AND STOLLS FAME HORSE WORLD Schaffenacker, living and Kenney, in the breeding horses, start- Which led to many as well made his fine horses in 1912, a from l Farm at sons, Herbert and took over being Bros., and his sons, Wil. carried on to their heaviest win- inroads farm ma- raising a non- as there was less for horses, so quits. 4 CHAMPS 21, 1941) of this home enough from the Illinois Week, to "paper" result of the Shire stallions try winner at the the International the fine breed of tops at the included: 4 years old n, 3 years old. on mare 4 over mare 1 year and un- and Fourth in and three best : of Sire best mares and re- stallion stallion mare mare CHAMPION feature of the that have been r horses ning of three ips by three three having fair, state fair, and a dill- grand chain- Instance. The year 1941 was their biggest for blue ribbons. The winners at the Illinois State Fair that year are listed in a separate article. At the Iowa State Fair that year they took grand champion stall- ion, grand champion mare, first premium for a group and first premium shire. At the International Show in Chicago in 1941, they took first premium heavy horses open class group showing, two grand cham- pions for heavy horses open class, and senior champion Ior heavy horses. At the International show in 1940 prizes included: grand shire champion stallion, senior shire champion stallion, junior shire champion stallion, grand cham- pion shire mare, senior champion shire mare, and junior champion mare. In 1940 International pjrizes in- cluded: first stallion two years and under, first stallion one year and under, first stallion and three mares, junior champion stallion, first mare one year and under, grand champion stallion, grand champion mare, first mare four years and over, first three animals three years and over. At the 1939 Illinois State Fair they won first for heavy horses open class, and junior champion for heavy horses. At the Iowa State Fair in 1939 prizes won were: Reserve grand champion stallion, Reserve grand champion stallion, reserve junior champion mare, reserve junior champion stallion, four first pre- mium shires, junior champion for heavy horses and senior cham- pion mare. At the 1939 International prizes were: two grand champion mar- es, grand champion stallion, sen- ior champion mare, and first two animals four years and under the produce of one dam. At the Illinois State Fair in 1938, they won four first pla.ces for heavy horses, reserve semor champion for heavy horses, and junior champion for heavy horses. At the International in 1938, prizes included: Reserve grand champion stallion, senior cham- pion mare, grand champion mare, first stallion four years and ov- er, first stallion and three mares, first mare four years, first mare three years and under four. At the 1937 International prizes included: two senior champions for stallions, four first premiums heavy horses and grand champion GRAND CHAMPION SHIRE MA] at the Illinois State Fair in 1924 was shown by George J. Stoll. GEO. J. STOLL & SONS HAD MANY WINN00S Harold and Everett Stoll, sons of George J. Stoll, were quite ac- tive in these horse exhibitings. State Faix - 1930 2rid Aged Stallion, Reserved Senior, Champion, 1st and 4th aged mare, Reserved Sr: Champ ion; 3rd and 5th - 4.year-ore mare; 2nd stud colt; 2nd and 3rd on grousPst Fair - 1951 2nd yearling stud, 2rid 4-H breeds. heavy horses. At the 1936 Illinois State Fair they won three first premiums for heavy horses, senior champion! for heaVy horses, two first prem- iums for farm colts and grand champion for heavy horses. At the International in 1936 they took senior champion for stallions and reserve grand cham- pion for stallions. W this fine man of . top honors in the horse In this mare ( FOR the was Grand Champion of the Iowa State a son of Herb, quiets for This is only one of the many winnings from this fine mare and its sons and daughters. State Fa/z - 1932 Ist 2-year-old stallion, 2nd 2- year-old mare, 2nd and 3rd year- ling filly, three 3rds on group, 1st on group. Intmacfdonal. Chicago 1st 2.year-old stallion, Reserve Junior champion, 2nd 2-year-old mare, 3rd and 4th yearling mare, three 3rds on groups. 1st and Champion over all breeds in 4-H; 1st and 2rid year. ling 4.H; Governor's Trophy. State Fair - 19 1st and 2nd champion 4-H; 1st Jr. and Grand Champion Shire mare, 1st champion grade mare or gelding. 1934 Ist 3.year-old mare, Reserved Senior and Grand Champion, 2rid yearling stud, 1st and 2nd stud foal, 1st grade mare. 1st and 3rd aged mare, Sr. and Grand Champion, 3rd filly foal, 2nd 2.year-old stallon, Reserved Jr. Champion, Ist and 2nd year. ling stallion, 2nd and 3rd in groups. Ist 3.yr..old stallion, 3rd year. llng stallion, 1st 3.yr..old mare, 2nd 2-yr..old mare, Reserved Jr. Champion, 2nd yearling mare, Ist in group. m Chicago. 195s 2rid yr. old stallion, 2nd 3-yr.- old mare, 1st 2.yr.-old mare, Jr. and Grand Champion, 3rd year. ling mare, 2nd in 2 groups. 1957 2nd aged mare, Reserve St. Champion, 2nd 3-yr.-old mare, 1st 2-yr..old mare, Jr. and Grand Champion, Ist 2-yr.-old stallion, 1st stallion foal, 2nd filly foal, 1st in 4 groups. 1955 Grand Champion, 2nd 2-yr.-old mare, Reserve Jr. Champion, 2nd 2.yr..old stallion, Reserve Jr. Champion, 1st stud foal, 2nd filly foal, 1st in 4 groups. 1939--lst 3-year-old Senior and Grand Champion Illinois and Iowa State Fairs. 1940 1st and 3rd aged mare, Senior Grand Champion; 1st 3-yr.-old mare, 3rd yearling mare, Ist yearling stallion. Iowa Sato Fair. 1940 3rd aged mare, 1st 3-yr.-old mare, Sr. Champion, 3rd yearling mare, 4th yearling stallion. 1940--lst Aged Mare Senior and Grand Champion Illinois State Fair. 1941 2nd and 4th aged mare, 1st and 2nd 2-yr.-old stallion, Junior Champion, 2nd stallion foal, 2rid in 3 groups. hs. 1941 1st aged mare, Sr. Grand Cham- pion; 2nd and 3rd 2-yr.-old stal- lion, 1st yearling stallion and Ist group. 1941--1st Aged Mare Senior and Grand Champion Illinois State Fair. LOCAL MEN SELL CHAMPION MARE (Nov. 7, 1955) George J. Stoli and Elmer Schaffenacker, living several mil- es east of Mount Pulaski, in the Chestnut neighborhood, recently sold two champion Shire mares to George Deane of Long Beach, Cal. These fine animals were loaded at Chestnut Monday for shipment to the Pacific Coast, and Everett Stoll is making the trip to look after them. Ist 3-yr..old stallion, Ist year. ling stallion, Jr. Champion, t JOE HU2T, JR., and 2nd aged mare, 1st 3.yr.-old mare, Senior and Grand Chain. HORSE SHOW pion, 1st in 4 groups, 1st on team. (Nov. 23, 1939) m- 195S lat 3-yr.-old stallion, Sr. and Grand Champion, Sold to Call. fornia, 1st yearling stallion, Jr. Champion. Ded4o4nm State Fair. 1958 1st yearling stallion, Grand Champion; 1st and 3rd aged mar. es, Reserve Sr. Champion, 1st 3- yr.-old mare, Sr. & Grand Cham- pion; 3rd yearling filly, 1st In 4 groups 1st on team, 2nd against professional lW=-Ist 2-year.old Junior and Grand Champion Illinois Ist 3rd mares, St. and Little Joe Hutter, Jr., who has attained considerable fame as a horseman in this part of the world, made a conquest last weekend when he appeared the Harry McNair Show Home Sale at the International theater in Chicago, and sold two show ponies, Bobby Linda. Little Joe has been entered the International Societ7 Hor Show in three classes. He will ride first Sunday, Dee. 3, aft. i ernoon and evening, then on Dec. 9, and if he wins in of these for lahte