AAA T652 | Coloured Mare
Kemal Kopy’s Love was sired by Kopy Kat, out of thoroughbred mare Love Lure. Owned and bred by Gordan and Daphne Brassington, trained and ridden by Vicki Morrow, formerly of QLD, now of NSW
Kopy had enabled Lyndon & Rebel Morrow to achieve many Australian National, State and Open Performance show High Point Awards. She also played a major part in my winning many High Point Awards at National and State Shows.
AAA Champion No. 6
Superior All Round Horse No. 5
Platinum Awards: Western Pleasure #1, Bridle Path Hack #1
Diamond Awards: Western Pleasure #1, Bridle Path Hack #1
Sapphire Awards: Western Pleasure #1, Bridle Path Hack #1
Gold Medallions: Western Pleasure #1, Bridle Path Hack #1
Silver Medallion: Western Riding # 1
Multiple High Point of Australia Awards.
Multiple National Show, QLD, NSW, Vic State Shows High Point Award Winner.
Kopy has a long and illustrious career in the show ring. Many Australian, National and State Championships for Halter, Bridle Path Hack, Western Pleasure, Western Riding, Trail, Reining, Cow Horse, Working Hunter & Dressage. She also placed in Cutting, Rope Race, Rescue Race, Steer Daubing, Keyhole and Team Penning. Horses did do all these events back then. The Nationals would run night and day for a week or more.
Kopy was also successful at agriculture shows, doing Hack classes, Rider classes and even Whip Cracking Stock Horse classes. She won at Open Dressage days and placed at Jumping and Eventing. This mare not only had ability, but her temperament was exceptional. Her National and State show agenda consisted of a full youth day, sometimes two youth used her, then a full open program for Vicki.
On her time off from the show ring she proved her worth on contract mustering, string dragging scrubber calves out of the ConondaleRanges. Nothing was impossible for this mare. Kopy also put some stock on the ground by Double Arrow, AAA national and Futurity Winner ‘Kemal Kopy’s Love Lure’ by Prince’s Tyson and a gelding ‘Multipurpose’ by PPP Mister Jimmy Mop who was successful in Dressage and Eventing.
This mares outstanding career was possibly the finest display the Breeder or Owner could wish for, and the Appaloosa Horse Association could not want for a better ambassador to promote the breed, temperament, versatility and ability
Kopy was laid to rest on the same property where she was born in 1988.