Rex McDonald by Maretta Kennedy the famous Missouri breeding stallion Rex McDonald met and defeated all the great horses of his day before finally retiring from showing because no one would show against him. In an attempt to get entries, shows stated in their prize lists that Rex McDonald would not show. Tom Bass once was quoted as saying, “Rex didn’t walk or pace, he just glided”. Kennedy has recreated the essence of Rex.
George Ford Morris - most remembered for his portraiture of the American Saddlebred. His documentation of the rise of this breed with its foundation stock is quit remarkable. George Ford Morris's work remains the most sought after still in the century.