Tribute to
"Oceanbreeze Pazazz"

      April 1, 1994 was a very special day which brought "Oceanbreeze Pazazz" into the lives of Jeannie MacLean and her son Stuart. Almost eleven years later, they faced every horse-lover's nightmare......they had to say good-bye to their beloved friend. On January 4, 2005, Pazazz went on to find "greener pastures" leaving behind many beautiful memories to those who loved her.

      Pazazz's best friend, was by far, Stuart. The two had been inseparable since Pazazz was born, and had become quite a team for the past several years. The two together were like bread and butter, and had become very well known whether it was in the show ring, a community function, a school sport, or just hanging around the farm.

      Pazazz delighted everyone with her small size, loving nature, soft muzzle, and inquisitive expressions. She remained steady no matter what circumstance came her way. Like Stuart, she was always the calm one, ready to create the next smile.

      Pazazz was truly a treasure. Over the years, she raised beautiful foals, entertained hundreds of children, brought pleasant memories to seniors in nursing homes, and was Oceanbreeze Stable's pride and joy. She provided hours of entertainment to Stuart as a little boy and was his first success in the show ring. In their eleven years together, Pazazz helped build confidence in Stuart as a horseman, and together, they achieved awards too numerous to mention. Pazazz's accomplishments go much farther than just the show ring. Pazazz was truly a treasure.
"Somewhere in time's Own Space
There must be some sweet pastured place
Where creeks sing on and tall trees grow
Some paradise where horses go,
For by the love that guides my pen,
I know great horses live again"

~Stanley Harrison~

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