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About Us

Owners: Chad Mendell and Angi Bauer

Chad Mendell


My wife Angi and I purchased Heritage Horse Farm in October 2011. Since I was 14, I’ve worked on or managed large training and boarding facilities. I also have the pleasure of knowing and working with some of the top veterinarians, farriers and researchers in the field of equine medicine. In 2010, I founded CowDog Media (now Equiseen), an inbound marketing and web development company focused on helping businesses be more than just a point of purchase for their customers by helping them become an invaluable resource. I’m also an editor and partner of the horse business site EquestrianProfessional.com. Before that I was the executive editor at The Horse: Your Guide To Equine Health Care and TheHorse.com where I developed an array of online educational products from videos, newsletters, and live webinars for horse owners and trainers.  Additionally, I actively train and show my own reining horses.

 

 

Angi Bauer

Angi has been riding since she was a kid and just started showing reining horses. She and Jewel won the 2014 CKRHA year-end award for Green Rider Level II and also won a Jacket and Buckle from NRHA.

 

 

 

 


Our Horses:

Max1DOC SAN BAR KING – 3 y/o Red Roan Quarter Horse Gelding

Smart, stout and willing to please.

He is enrolled in the Kentucky Breeder’s Incentive Fund.

Sire: Nitros Red Rooster by Nitro Dual Doc NCHA LTE $62,164, Finalist in the 2002 NCHA Open Derby, 2001 NCHA Open Futurity, 2002 Memphis 4-Year-Old Open Futurity, ME 2002 NCHA Super Stakes

Mare: Les Hickory Doc, by Little Skeet Shooter

Full pedigree at: http://www.allbreedpedigree.com/index.php?query_type=horse&h=DOC+SAN+BAR+KING

Ready For Jewell – 7-Year-Old Reining Mare KYBIF enrolled

  • Clayton Woosely Hall of Fame Reining Non Pro Futurity Champion
  • 2nd and 3rd Jackson Non Pro Futurity Level I II
  • 15th Congress Non Pro Futurity 2010
  • CKRHA Novice Horse Non Pro Level 1 Year-End Champion 2011
  • 19.5 AQHA Pts. in 2011 (AQHA Reining ROM)
  • $985 KYBIF earnings in 2011
  • $650 AQHA Incentive Fund earnings, $800 in AQHA added money
  • $1,800+ in NRHA earnings