I remember this horse when I was a young girl. Clyde Shurtz told me she was "Magic Sniper". I always thought of it as a daring name, as a sniper with a gun would be daring. It wasn't until many years later when I looked her up I found out it was actually Snipper. She was a big (at the time) seal brown mare and in 1968 she had a filly that Clyde was very excited about. In a few weeks, I could tell he was disappointed. When I asked him why, he said, "she has column long legs." Not that many years later, long legs were not seen as a detriment in the quarter horse world, but they were then.