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Congratulations Tomkait & Sunny

Congratulations Sunny & Tomkait!

Sunrise Pedro (Sunny) was the Grand Prize Horse offered during the very first Free Fox Trotter Contest (Which ended on 12/31/09). 


Sunny has found his new home with the wonderful family of WikiHorseWorld's Member and New Friend, Tomkait!! Tomkait won Sunny in WikiHorseWorld's very first "Free Fox Trotter Contest" which ended on December 31, 2009.  Tomkait won Sunny simply by taking the time to contribute lots of high quality content to the WikiHorseWorld website. Thanks for the hard work and we know Sunny has a great new home!


Tomkait trains her horses using the "Parelli" method and looks forward to playing the Parelli "Seven Games" with Sunny.  She also hopes to show Sunny in Ava, Missouri later this year. 


WikiHorseWorld wishes Sunny and his new family every happiness and success throughout the years.


Sunny met his New Family on January 23, 2010 and it was "Love at first sight"!


Tomkait & Sunny

Sunny with his new owner "Tomkait" of Missouri (USA)




Tomkait with Husband and Sunny



















Sunny with "Tomkait" and her husband. 




Sunny with Tomkait and Family

Sunny with 'Tomkait" and Family



Sunnny, Tomkait and daughter

Sunny with "Tomkait" and daughter



Sunny with Tomkait and her son

Sunny with "Tomkait" and son



Taking a walk

Sunny taking a walk with Mr. "Tomkait"

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