*Excerpt from Stallion Issue 2003 The Appaloosa magazine:

Owned by Ted & Edith Caston                   
Caston's Appaloosas - Wyevale, ON             

ApHCC #6117

A strikingly handsome dark bay stallion with blanketed hips and halo spots, Wapiti's Senor turned heads wherever he went.  A 1971 son of the famed Wapiti and out of a mare named Spanish Needles, Senor was bred by Jim Wild and brought to Ontario as a youngster by Ted and Edith Caston.

His very successful show career included such titles as Canadian National Champion in 1974 and Ontario Grand Champion in 1973, '74,'75 and '76. He was awarded National Superior Halter Award #5 and also achieved the National Supreme Halter Award.

       Wapiti's Senor passed his looks and abilities to many sons and daughters who excelled in halter and pleasure classes and were particularly sought out as youth horses.  His get, including such names as Senor Joe Bee, Senor's Poco Dot, Miss Wapiti John Leo and Wapiti's Senor Pal dominated the Ontario Appaloosa show circuit for many years. One Wapiti Senor daughter was in the first load of Canadian Appaloosas exported to Germany many years ago.

Wapiti Senor died in 1994 at the age of 23, shortly after breeding a mare.  He is buried on the Wyevale farm where he spent most of his life.

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