Rick Wallace

Long-listed 1992
Long-listed 1991

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Rick began competing in Eventing in 1980 and progressed through the levels to Advanced on his horse Ultimate Trial (Lexy). Purchased as a three year old from the Gosch Family in Newnan Georgia in 1985. Rick and Lexy went on to be named United States Equestrian Federations Zone IV Intermediate Horse of the Year in 1989 and 1990 and Advanced Horse of the Year in 1991. Rick and Lexy competed at the National and International 3-Day Events such as: Radnor, Essex, North Georgia, Fair Hill and Kentucky Rolex. They were long listed for the 1991 Pan Am Team and the 1992 Olympics.Rick just sold his 3 Star horse Ultimate Victory to a aspiring Canadian Event Rider. He had good success at the Advanced level in Which he finished 7th Advanced at Rocking Horse 2012 and 9th in the CIC 3 Star at Chatt Hills. He purchased Ultimate Victory as a 2 yo and trained him through the levels.Rick is now competing his talented Dutch Gelding, Ultimate Timing and is in negotiations to purchase a 5 year old Trakener, Grand Slam Q - related to Foxpit's Seacookie. www.teamwallace.org facebook Teamwallace



10 Shares available
$4000 estimated
Rick Wallace
Ultimate Horse Syndication Agreement Mission Statement: The sole and express purpose of this syndicate is to purchase and support the development and competitive career of Ultimate SeaQret with the goal to represent the United States at the highest levels of international eventing . While most syndicates are not intended to provide a profit or income to its members, this syndicate will have the rare opportunity in sharing in the breeding program of Q. The members have entered into this agreement to experience the close involvement in the career of Ultimate SeaQret and Rick Wallace as they strive to produce a top level breeding stallion in Eventing. Syndicate Information: 10 syndicate shares are available at $10,000 per share will be made available to interested parties representing 4.9% ownership of (horse) per share. Each share owner of the syndicate will be responsible for $400 (estimated)monthly expenses. This amount can be paid in advance annually or semi-annually or monthly and at the members discretion. They may make the checks payable to the American Horse Trial Foundation (or another 501(c)(3) organization designated and approved by rider) enabling the yearly maintenance expenses to be tax deductible to the extent of the IRS rules. A full syndication agreement will be made available to those interested in syndication of Ultimate SeaQret.

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