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Owner and Manager

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Carol Rose Quarter Horses
4500 North I 35
Gainesville , Texas 76240
United States

Company Description: Carol Rose is the AQHA All Time Leading Breeder of Performance Quarter Horses. Carol Rose Quarter Horses is now a horse breeding facility. Situated in
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Employment History

Board Memberships and Affiliations

Education

  • college degree
  • degree , animal science and ag business
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Carol Rose
Carol Rose
Owner/Manager
The American Quarter Horse Association's #1 All-Time Leading Breeder of Performance Horses and a perennial NRCHA and NRHA breeder, Carol Rose has bred foals earning more than 28,900 AQHA points, averaging 69 points per foal and 94 points per point-earner, including 49 AQHA World and Reserve World Championships, 13 AQHA National All-Around titles, and earners of more than $3,400,000 (NCHA earners of over $1,000,000, NRHA earners of over $580,000, and NRCHA earners of over $700,000). An intense supporter of the AQHA Incentive Fund from the very beginning, Carol is the leader in all Incentive Fund categories: foals bred, nominated and owned; total money earned, and nominated sires' earnings.
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"We could not be more proud of his knowledge, ability and work ethic," says Carol Rose. He and his wife Elizabeth have been married five years and are the proud parents of four year old, Leonel, and three year old, Jocelyn.
John Ascuaga's Nugget Casino Resort Becomes an NRCHA Snaffle Bit Futurity Host Hotel ~ EquestrianMag
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NRCHA Sponsor Committee Chairman Carol Rose was excited about the opportunity to have the Nugget back on board with the association.
News and Updates of interest to hunter under saddle and hunt seat enthusiasts, hunter under saddle, hunter under saddle horses, hunt seat horses, pleasure horses, horses for sale, quarter horses
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Carol Rose Carol Rose began competing in 4-H horse shows at age 8 in California. In college, where she was earning a degree in animal science and ag business, she was the high-point individual judger at the 1962 National Western Stock Show in Denver. In the early 1960s, she focused on reined cow horse competition.
In 1969, Carol was the first woman to make it into the NCHA Futurity finals. She was the NCHA non-pro world champion in 1967-1969 and again in 1975.
She was the first woman to serve on the AQHA judges committee. She has served on the international committee and the long-range planning committee and is a member of Texas Quarter Horse Association.
In 1966, Carol moved to Texas and began breeding horses.
Horses Carol has bred have earned 25 world championships and 30 reserve world championships. She has bred 14 year-end high-point winners, three year-end all-around winners and two year-end reserve all-around winners.
Carol Rose Ranch News | Carol Rose
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Carol Rose
Carol Rose and Shining Spark
Carol Rose and Shining Spark
The American Quarter Horse Association's #1 All-Time Leading Breeder of Performance Horses and a perennial NRCHA and NRHA breeder, Carol Rose has bred foals earning more than 28,900 AQHA points, averaging 69 points per foal and 94 points per point-earner, including 49 AQHA World and Reserve World Championships, 13 AQHA National All-Around titles, and earners of more than $3,400,000 (NCHA earners of over $1,000,000, NRHA earners of over $580,000, and NRCHA earners of over $700,000). An intense supporter of the AQHA Incentive Fund from the very beginning, Carol is the leader in all Incentive Fund categories: foals bred, nominated and owned; total money earned, and nominated sires' earnings. She owned and stood the AQHA's #1 Leading Sire of World Champion Performance Horses, Zan Parr Bar, whose phenomenal record continues to escalate despite an early death, and she has been the leading breeder or owner at the AQHA World Show five times. Foals bred by Carol Rose have earned more than 290 ROM awards, as well as 184 Superior Awards in halter, cutting, calf roping, heading, heeling, reining, western riding, trail, western pleasure, barrel racing and working cowhorse, and more than 530 AQHA All-Arounds.
Carol Rose and her mother, Elizabeth, at Carol's induction in the National Cowgirl Hall of Fame.
In 2001 Carol was inducted in the National Cowgirl Hall of Fame, honored as a role model and groundbreaker for women in the equine industry. In 1998 Carol Rose was named the AQHA's Professional Horsewoman of the Year, receiving additional recognition for 30 years of continuous breeding. The third (and first female) inductee to the National Cutting Horse Association's Non-Pro Hall of Fame, she was inducted into the Texas Cowboy Hall of Fame in 2004, and is among the honorees on the California Rodeo Heritage Museum's Wall of Fame. An American Quarter Horse Association approved judge for 14 years, Carol was the first female member of the AQHA judges' committee; she is also a recognized judge for the National Cutting Horse Association, National Reining Horse Association and American Horse Show Association, and a National Director and select committee member for the American Quarter Horse Association. Carol's personal credits include four NCHA Non-Pro World Champion titles-she was the first woman in history to win an NCHA World Championship-many CRCHA titles, AQHA Reserve World Championships in Cutting and Reining; the NRHA Limited Non-Pro Champion title at the 1999 NRHA Derby; Limited Non-Pro and Reserve Non-Pro Champion titles at the 1999 National Reiners Breeders' Classic, and the NRHA Non-Pro and Limited Open Championships at the 1993 NRHA Lazy E Classic.
Carol Rose as Youngster
Carol Rose, First Horse Show, Age 8
Carol Rose, First Horse Show, Age 8
Of course, all that Carol has accomplished did not just happen a few years ago - Carol has a long history in the horse industry.
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Carol Rose, Cow Palace Queen
Carol Rose, Cow Palace Queen
Carol went on to be crowned the San Francisco Cow Palace Livestock Queen at age 17. The Castilleja High School yearbook sums up her youth: "missed so much school every year and still passed. Today Carol's mother Elizabeth-lifelong coach, mentor and personal cheerleader-remains Carol's biggest fan.
Carol Rose - Cow Palace Cowhorse Win
Carol Rose - Cow Palace Cowhorse Win
Early adulthood found Carol devoted to competition in the California Reined Cowhorse Association (CRCHA), which evolved into today's National Reined Cowhorse Association. The CRCHA's leading female exhibitor through the early sixties, Carol was the third woman in history to win the Cow Palace Stock Horse Championship Stakes, placed in the CRCHA Stock Horse Top Ten from 1960 through 1965, and was the 1965 Grand National Cow Palace Open Stock, Heavyweight Stock and Ladies Open Stock Horse Champion. From the late 1950's through 1965, Carol won numerous year-end awards in the youth, ladies and open divisions of the CRCHA.
Carol Rose and Gay Bar Gen
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Carol set another precedent by becoming the first woman to win the National Cutting Horse Association's Non-Pro World Championship, in 1967 on Genuine Doc's mother, Gay Bar's Gen.
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Now a Texan, having moved from California in 1966, Carol went on to claim that title three more times, the fourth time on Peppy's Desire, who is still represented in her broodmare band. Carol also won the NCHA Non-Pro Finals twice, and placed in the NCHA Open Top Ten in 1969. The first woman to compete in the NCHA Futurity, Carol rode Doc's Leo Lad to fourth place in 1969, one of three rides to the NCHA Futurity Finals, thereby setting another record by becoming the first woman finalist.
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Carol was first going into the 1969 Finals, and upon their conclusion, the first, second and third place riders were none other than Matlock Rose (then Carol's husband), Shorty Freeman and Buster Welch!
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Carol Rose and Genuine Doc
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Carol Rose and Zan Parr Bar
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One of the greatest all-around sires in the history of the breed, trained and shown to his great career by Billy Allen, Zan Parr Bar took Carol to the halter arena, the roping arena, and back to the reining, cowhorse and even the show horse arenas, initiating Carol's extreme involvement in the American Quarter Horse Association that endures today.
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Many of his most famous sons and daughters were shown by one of the many trainers Carol has helped make famous: Bobby Lewis, who would train for Carol Rose for 21 years.
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Many of his most famous sons and daughters were shown by one of the many trainers Carol has helped make famous: Bobby Lewis, who would train for Carol Rose for 21 years.
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The success of the Bobby, Carol and Zan Parr Bar team shattered all previous records, at which point they commenced to break their own records, with the aid of what would become some of the greatest producers in history, each mare hand-picked.
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Though heartbroken over his death and shaken by its financial implications, Carol rallied and chose his son, Zans Diamond Sun, to replace him.
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Moreover, Carol had an instinctive faith that, over all the stallion prospects she had access to, Sunny would be the sire to follow most closely in his father's footsteps.
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This time Carol was devastated. Sunny's first crop, only weanlings, told her she had lost an incredible sire of athletes, and once again her assessment was sadly correct.
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In that shattering summer of 1989, no one could have convinced Carol that the palomino colt trotting at Diamonds Sparkle's flank would make up for it all. Sunny's mother had been bred to Genuine Doc in the season following Zan Parr Bar's death, and this colt was named Shining Spark.
Carol Rose and Shining Spark
As he matured Shining Spark began to show promise of becoming a bona fide superstar. Perfectly balanced and correct, keenly intelligent and trainable, and a phenomenal athlete, "Shiner" possessed an inborn drive to excel that even Carol Rose, with all her champions, had encountered only rarely. His sixth place finish out of 408 entries at the 1992 NRHA Futurity-quite an achievement in itself-was only a warmup. Shiner's performance in the four classes that qualified him for the 1993 AQHA World Championship Show cemented the industry's respect for him, and on the evening of the Junior Reining Finals at the World, he did not disappoint.
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Carol missed it!
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Carol Rose and Great Horses
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As the figures establish, Carol Rose's success has not been in numbers-it has been in great horses, combined with Carol's resolution to retain the most talented, committed trainers and staff to attend her operation. Discuss Carol's horses with her, and she will use the word "cross" often; she has an innate ability to plan successful matings, and as the saying goes, no champion from Rose Ranch is an "accident. Obviously, her instincts for selecting breeding stallions have been especially extraordinary. Carol constantly tries to raise a better horse, maintaining her personal requirement of impeccably bred, well-made, well-balanced and sound individuals.
Always personally overseeing all aspects of her breeding and showing operations, Carol has a barn name for and intimate knowledge of every single horse she owns, including a pet or two. She's a get-to-business, bluntly honest person-perspectives she extends to herself. She races around her ranch each day accompanied by her trio of devoted Corgis, personal
2004:: Carol Rose Inducted into the NRCHA Hall Of Fame | Carol Rose Ranch News
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Carol Rose
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2004:: Carol Rose Inducted into the NRCHA Hall Of Fame
by Carol Rose Quarter Horses on 08/01/04 at 10:52 am
Carol Rose Carol Rose, of Gainesville, Texas, remembers showing when she was five. She had three sisters and all the girls showed with their mother.
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Carol served as the Executive Secretary for the CRCHA for five years and made a mark inside the arena, as well. In the sixties, she showed heavily in the youth, ladies and the open. Since there was no Non Pro division, the open division was very large and extremely competitive. As a teenager, Carol won two consecutive ladies CRCHA Cow Horse Championships. She won the Stock Horse Class of the Junior Grand Nationals for three consecutive years and she was the 1961 Grand National Ladies Stock Horse Champion.
Rose was the third woman in history to win the Cow Palace Stock Horse Champion Stakes. She also placed in the CRCHA Stock Horse Top Ten from 1960 through 1965. She even served a reign as The Cow Palace Livestock Queen at 17. Most all of these accomplishments were done while she was pursuing her college degree. Carol attended Cal Poly and showed constantly while still maintaining honors-level grades.
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Carol met her goal by winning the 1965 Cow Palace Open Bridle Championship on Right Now as well as the Reserve Championship on Timber. In all she showed Right Now 42 times and won every competition except for one, where she placed reserve. She was the 1965 Ladies Open Champion for the year.
Carol continued to make history when she moved to Texas. She was the first woman to compete in the National Cutting Horse Association Futurity, where she finished fourth on Docs Leo Lad. She won the NCHA Non Pro World Finals twice on Gay Bar's Gen and was the first woman to be inducted into the NCHA Non Pro Hall of Fame. She held the record for years for the number of world championships in the Non Pro, and she was the first woman to get into the top 10 in the Open.
When she stopped going to cuttings in 1977, it was to enter a new phase in her career - a shift in focus from showing. She turned her attention to breeding, raising and training top cow horses. She remembers, "We raised all the horses that we have except for a horse named Zan Parr Bar.
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Zan Parr Bar was breaking all world records as a sire, when Carol received her first major blow.
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Carol has been inducted into the Cowgirl Hall of Fame , the Texas Cowboy Hall of Fame and was named the 1998 AQHA's Professional Horsewoman of the Year. She was the first female member of the AQHA Judges' Committee. She has been an approved judge for the AQHA, NCHA, NRHA and AHSA and a National Director and serves on the registration committee for the AQHA. She is AQHA's all time leading breeder of performance horses, and has been the number one breeder of reined cow horses for the past 5 years.
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