Dawn Jindrich of Toddville, Iowa claimed her first world championship in performance halter mares at the 2013 Adequan Select World Championship Show held in Amarillo, Texas. Her mare, Miss Krymsun Kash was named Amateur Select World Champion Performance Halter Mare during competition in Amarillo, Texas.. The mare was fathered by stud, One Hot Krymsun and out of the mare, Miss Mega Cash by Cash Invester. Dawn and her family own Miss Mega Cash so the winning mare was raised at home in Toddville. When born, Miss Krymsun Kash, was premature and, Dawn says, “...was fondly called the “rat horse”.... she was so little and skinny with big ears, but she filled out in a few days and was pretty cute.” The mare was trained by AQHA Judge Larry Hansch of Marion, Iowa. And it was Hansch who encouraged Dawn to keep her and show her. The winning mare was injured in her stall early in the season and it was doubted that she would be shown. But, she made a recovery and came out top winner out of a class with seventeen entries. As winner, Dawn received a custom-designed gold trophy and a Montana Silversmith sterling-silver belt buckle, with 14-karat-gold overlay. Raised in Gladbrook, Dawn is the daughter of Juanita and the late Fritz Fulster. Dawn’s husband, Joe Jindrich, is the son of Esther and the late, Lawrence Jindrich. Information for this article was contributed by the American Quarter Horse Association.
Dawn Jindrich showed the Amateur Select World Champion Performance Halter Mare during the World Show held in Amarillo, Texas. The mare, Miss Krymsun Kash is a 2006 sorrel mare that Dawn has over-seen from the breeding and raising to showing. Pictured are Becky Baily - owner of the stud, One Hot Krymsun; Larry Hansch - trainer for the mare; Haley Jindrich - Dawn’s daughter; Dawn Fulster Jindrich; and Miss Krymsun Kash Amateur Select World Champion Performance Halter Mare.