Al Dunning

Al Dunning has owned and operated the Almosta Ranch in Scottsdale, Arizona since 1970. Over the years, Al has developed his multi-faceted equine business with a focus on the development of champion horses and riders. With over 45 World and Reserve World Titles, Al and his students have dominated in AQHA, NCHA, NRCHA, and NRHA events. His love of teaching has taken Al all over the world, conducting clinics and sharing his techniques and philosophies of horsemanship. In addition, he has developed Team AD, an online lesson and mentoring program, and AD Tack, an online store for tack and training equipment.


Our mission at the American Paint Horse Association is to collect, record and preserve the pedigrees of American Paint Horses, and to stimulate and regulate all matters pertaining to the promotion, history, breeding and exhibition of this breed.

Our success depends on our ability to provide fiscally responsible and efficient services to our members. We aspire to excellence in record-keeping, reporting, recruiting, educating and supporting our membership, so that we may inspire confidence and create in them a desire to use our services. APHA serves both the breed and our members by being aware of the industry and market, and of the needs, opportunities and challenges of our members.

Josey Ranch

WPRA, AQHA and NBHA World Champion, Martha Josey, has continued her legendary career on many horses, reflecting her keen training and horsemanship ability. Beginning in 1964 on her great gelding, Cebe Reed, this explosive pair won 7 horse trailers and 52 barrel races in a row. Cebe qualified Martha for her first NFR in l968 and again in l969. Martha later teamed up with her immortal gelding, Sonny Bit O’Both, and this powerful combination went to the NFR 4 years in a row, from 1978 to 1981. In 1980, Sonny set an all time record of being the only horse in history to win the AQHA and WPRA World Championships in the same year and continues to hold this record today.


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We are a group of innovators, groundbreakers and visionaries. We are a global collective of architects, designers, technical experts and industry veterans. We are the people who create the places where millions unite.

Each project we undertake has a set of unique challenges it faces.  Through listening, observing and collaborating closely with our clients we discover opportunities to amplify the character of a place or community.  Our team’s international perspective brings together ideas from across cultures, activities, building types, events, and landscapes to realize a vision that connects fans with each other through their shared passions.

Over three decades and more than 2,000 projects, our team has built a business on building businesses. With our keen understanding of the industry, we harness that knowledge to create places and experiences that have a strong and lasting impact on communities. We unlock potential and generate durable revenue streams.

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Rae-Dawn Arabians

Murray and Shirley Popplewell have an asset in very short supply in the Arabian horse business … Patience. Just about the only thing that Popplewells have done in haste during their fifteen or so years in the horse business was to purchase their handsome bay herd sire, Bey Ambition.

Bey Ambition (Regal Actor JP x Bey Shahs Lady by Bey Shah) immediately proved himself worthy of that haste by winning the Two-Year-Old Junior Colt class at the Las Vegas World Cup that same week and then by going on to end that show season as the Region 17 Champion Stallion and the 2008 Canadian Reserve National Champion Two-Year-Old Colt. By the close of his Halter show career in 2011, Bey Ambition had achieved the highest honors against the finest stallions of his generation. He was the 2009 U.S. National Champion Futurity Colt and the Canadian Reserve National Champion Futurity Colt, and then, the U.S. Reserve National Champion 4 & 5-Year-Old Stallion. The crowning moment came in the summer of 2011 when Bey Ambition brought the title of Canadian National Champion Stallion home to Saskatoon.