RWC Stolen Heir, known in the barn as Charlie, is an 9-year-old chestnut gelding bred by Debra and Jerry Tolliver and formerly owned by The Great Adventure Equestrian, Inc.
RWC Stolen Heir is out of Worth Steeling, dam of the 2016 5-Gaited Amateur Gentleman World’s Champion WC A Lasting Legacy, and is by Heir Emerald, sire of WCC CHBodidly, WCC Emerald’s Blue Heir, RWC Emerald’s The Empress Josephine and RWC Shiftin’ Gears. RWC Stolen Heir’s top side bloodline traces back to the great 5-Gaited World’s Grand Champions CHYorktown and CHWing Commander.
RWC Stolen Heir has been competing steadily in 5-Gaited divisions since 2016 when he won the title of Reserve World’s Champion in the 5-Gaited 2-Year-Old division at the Kentucky State Fair with Pieter Snyman. He went on to win the title of Junior 5-Gaited Champion by unanimous vote at the 2018 Blue Ridge Classic with Todd Miles and 5-Gaited Reserve Grand Champion at the 2019 Blue Ridge Classic, also with Todd Miles. RWC Stolen Heir earned second place in the Park Pleasure Open Championship at the 2021 St. Louis National Charity with Macey Miles and in 2022, he won first place in the Amateur Gentlemen’s Five-Gaited division at the Midwest Charity Horse Show with Scott Hagan and he won the Five Gaited Open Stake at the 2022 Shelbyville Horse Show with André van Schalkwyk. In 2023, Charlie has won the 5-Gaited Stake at the Kentucky Spring Premiere, the 5-Gaited Championship at the BAHA in Shelbyville, Kentucky and he was the Reserve winner in the Kentucky County Fair 5-Gaited Championship, all with André van Schalkwyk, up.