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Volume 9 Number 6

October/November 2011

The Official Publication of the United States Team Penning Association

Meet Railside

With Cody McCutchin of Region 2

Producing the BIG SHOWS

USTPA Riders Dominate at AQHA Select & Youth Worlds


Official Trailer of the USTPA

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Corporate Partners

Thank You for Your Support

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Official Apparel of USTPA

Whether sittin’ in the saddle, or just wanting to look good, there’s only one for you – Wrangler. For more information, visit www.wrangler.com

Official Trailer of the USTPA

Built with the comfort of your horse in mind, the USTPA is proud to count on Cimarron Trailers as the official trailer of the Association. A horse that’s comfortable in transit will perform better once they arrive at the competition. Find out what makes Cimarron Trailers' trailers cool, quiet, and smooth around the edges. Visit Cimarron Trailers online at www.CimarronTrailers.com.

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When you are ready to haul in comfort and style, look to Transwest for all of your truck, trailer and RV needs. As the official truck, trailer and RV retailer of the USTPA, Transwest offers horse owners premium selection, options and services for all of their transportation needs. From recreational vehicles, to commercial hauling rigs, Transwest leads the industry in custom transportation solutions. Visit Transwest online at www.Transwest.com for more information..

Official Saddle Sponsor

Handmade Vinton Saddles will be awarded at USTPA Production Shows. For more information call (915) 877-3116 or visit www.vintonsaddles.com. You’re not sittin’ if you’re not in a VINTON

Official Trophy Buckles of the USTPA

Gist Silversmiths – Over more than four decades Gist Silversmiths has mastered the art of creating top quality award buckles with traditional, yet stylish design. Proudly crafted in the USA. Gist offers original designs in silver and gold for premier equestrian and livestock organizations around the world.

Official Breed of USTPA

More than 90% of USTPA members ride America’s Horse – the American Quarter Horse. As the Official Breed Sponsor of the USTPA, the American Quarter Horse Association (AQHA) presents the award for the annual USTPA/AQHA Domestic Horse of the Year and the USTPA/AQHA International Horse of the Year. Learn more about the American Quarter Horse and the AQHA at: www.AQHA.com.

Official Media Partner of USTPA

Quarter Horse News is the nation’s leading bi-monthly Western performance horse publication. Learn more at www.quarterhorsenews.com

Official Sports’ Timer of the USTPA

Timers from FarmTek have been designed from the ground up specifically for the needs of the sports timing marketplace. FarmTek timers are easy to use, reliable in the tough arena environment, easily portable, and flexible enough to support your team penning and ranch sorting events. Contact us at (800) 755-6529 or visit our web site at www.farmtek.net

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Based in Wichita Falls, Texas, Lucky Horseshoe Hat Company offers a wide variety of quality hats by Atwood. See Lucky Horseshoe Hat Co. at USTPA shows throughout the nation or contact them for your new hat at 940-781-5099.


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United States Team Penning Association The International Association of Team Penners and Ranch Sorters 3609 Acton Hwy, Suite 21 • Granbury, Texas 76049 Physical Address 3609 Acton Hwy, Suite 21 Granbury, Texas 76049 Ph 817-326-4444 | Fax 817-326-4469 www.ustpa.com Executive Director: MEREDITH VAN BENTHUYSEN USTPA Officers President: JAKE WELLS, Cibolo, TX President Elect: LARRY KUYPER, Elkton, MD Chairman of Finance: GEORGE EIDSNESS, Fort Lupton, CO VP Production Quality & Control: BRENT SHAW, Maple Ridge, BC VP Rules & Bylaws: LOUIE SAGGIONE, III, Manhattan, IL VP National Ratings: SCOT HUNT, Littleton, NC Immediate Past President: DAVID RAINEY, Corinth, MS Flag’sUp! Executive Editor: Meredith van Benthuysen Advertising Coordinator: Jana Sain Advertising Inquiries Flag’sUp! 3609 Acton Hwy, Suite 21 • Granbury, Texas 76049 jana.sain@ustpa.com Editorial Inquiries Flag’sUp! • USTPA 3609 Acton Hwy, Suite 21 • Granbury, Texas 76049 Meredith@ustpa.com Subscription Inquiries United States Team Penning Association 3609 Acton Hwy, Suite 21 • Granbury, Texas 76049 Flag’sUp! (ISSN 1551-6725) is published bi-monthly by the United States Team Penning Association (USTPA)

3609 Acton Hwy, Suite 21 • Granbury, Texas 76049. Periodical Postage paid at Madrid, Iowa.

Features:

8 Meet Railside - Cody McCutchin

12 "Big Shows" Story 21 AQHA Select and Youth World Champions

Inside:

4 USTPA Sponsors

14 USTPA World Leaders & Show Points 16 Show Calendar 17 Show Results 20 Chaplain's Corner - "God’s Faithfulness and Thanksgiving." by Margaret McClain 21 Suspended Persons

Flag’sUp! is the official publication of the United States Team Penning Association. The magazine is dedicated to the encouragement and promotion of the sports of Team Penning and Ranch Sorting through the dissemination of industry news, education & information.

Unsolicited manuscripts and photographs are welcomed for publication consideration, but cannot be acknowledged or returned unless accompanied by a self-addressed stamped envelope. No responsibility is assumed for such material while in transit or in the Flag’sUp! office. Staff of Flag’sUp! and United States Team Penning Association are not responsible for opinions and statements expressed in signed articles or paid advertisements. Flag’sUp! reserves the right to edit or refuse any advertising or copy that is deemed to be not in the best interest of members, or USTPA. Flag’sUp! makes every attempt to ensure that advertising claims are truthful, but assumes no responsibility for their truth and accuracy. Advertisers are responsible for obtaining reproduction rights to images utilized in advertisements

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USTPA Mission Statement

The purposes of the United States Team Penning Association are to engage those with an affinity for the western lifestyle in the sports of team penning and ranch sorting and to develop resources and services for the benefit of USTPA members and growth of the sport.

3609 Acton Hwy, Suite 21 • Granbury, Texas 76049.

Bi-monthly subscription with issues as follows: December/January, February/March, April/May, June/July, August/September, October/November

VOLUME 9 NUMBER 6

October/November 2011

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Team Penning and Ranch Sorting

January 8-11, 2012 Deposit & Stall Deadline Wednesday, December 28, 2011 Class Name

Entry/Rider

Payback

Added $

Prize

Sunday, January 8th - 8AM at Jefferson County Fairgrounds Open Handicap Penning

$100

60%

$1,000

Buckles

#13 Penning

$90

60%

$1,000

Buckles

#11 Masters Penning (Pick2/Draw 1)

$90

60%

$1,000

Buckles

AQHA Penning (Open/Am/Youth)

$25

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AQHA Sorting (Open/Am/Youth)

$25

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Monday, January 9th - 8AM at Jefferson County Fairgrounds Open w/#8 Incentive Sorting

$100

60%

$500

Buckles

#9 Sorting

$90

60%

$500

Buckles

#6 Sorting

$70

60%

$500

Buckles

#3 Sorting

$50

60%

$500

Buckles

Tuesday, January 10th - 7AM at National Western Complex (classes end by 3PM) *Open Pick 2/Draw 2 Handicap Penning $100

60%

$2,000

Buckles & Spurs

*#9 w/#7 Inc Penning

60%

$1,000

Buckles

$75

Ride with the Bulls Monday and Tuesday Night Finalists Ride During the PBR Performance in the Coliseum

$10,000.00 Added

Wednesday, January 11th - 7AM at National Western Complex (classes - end by 3PM) *#11 Pro/Am/Nov Penning

$90

60%

$1,000

Buckles & Spurs

*#5 w/#3 Inc Penning

$65

60%

$500

Buckles

$120/3 Rides

60%

$500

Buckles

*#3 Draw Penning

*Team entries on Tuesday and Wednesday classes are capped due to time constraints and only 30% will return to second go. Teams will be taken on a first come, first serve basis. All AQHA entries must be at the show office by 2PM on Sunday. Masters Class for USTPA members aged 50 and older. 3-Ride limit with the exception of #9, #5 and Open Sort (4 ride limit if one is incentive). #3 Draw requires 3 rides. 60-Second penning and sorting clock. A lap timer will be used to break ties in sorting. 50% of incentive purse goes to incentive. 50% to second go in Sat & Sun classes. Announcements and postings at event supercede all printed materials.

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PRE ENTRIES ENCOURAGES | Open Pick 2/ Draw 2 Handicap - Limited to 70 Teams #9 w/#7 Incentive - Limited to 130 Teams | #11 Pro-Am-Novice - Limited to 110 Teams #5 w/#3 Incentive - Limited to 70 Teams | #3 Draw - Limited to 40 Teams

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Schedule of Events SUNDAY, JAN. 8 8:00 am - Jefferson County Fairgrounds

USTPA Team Penning and Ranch Sorting

January 8-11, 2012 Deposit & Stall Deadline: Wed, December 28, 2011 * Team entries on Tues & Wed classes are capped due to time constraints and only 30% will return to second go. Teams will be taken on a first come/first serve basis.

#9 w/#7 Inc - 130 TEAMS | #3 Draw - 40 TEAMS #11 Pro-Am-Nov - 110 TEAMS | #5 w/#3 Inc - 70 TEAMS Open Pick 2/Draw 2 Handicap - 70 TEAMS

PRE-ENTRIES ENCOURAGED

ENTRY FORM

USTPA Office Ph (817) 326-4444 | USTPA Office Fax (817)326-4469 RELEASE OF LIABILITY: By entering this competition, you acknowledge and agree to abide by all rules and regulations imposed by the USTPA pertaining to this event or competition including, but not limited to the mandatory show fee payment policy displayed at the show secretary desk and the rules of the host facility and/or grounds. Further, you acknowledge that you understand that horse activities, including shows, are high risk sports and involve inherently dangerous risks of serious injury and death. You are participating in this horse show at your own risk and your participation indicates your acknowledgement to release and hold harmless the USTPA, its officers, directors, officials, agents, employees and volunteers from any liability for acts or omissions resulting in accidents, damage, death, injury or illness to yourself or your property including your horse(s). Further, you agree to indemnify the USTPA, its officers, directors, officials, agents, employees and volunteers from any and all liabilities or claims made by other individuals or entries as a result of your actions or the actions of your horse during this event. See state’s regulations of equine activity producer limitations of liabilities for more information.

Signature Printed Name Emergency Cell Ph Email Address Paying $100 Non-Refundable Deposits For:

# of Heated Stalls at $125/ea. (please call office to pick stalls): # of Unheated Stalls at $100/ea. (assigned by office):

Credit Card Information (3% convenience fee will be appled to credit card charges) ___Visa ___MC ___Disc ___AmEx Exp Date ______ CCV ______ 3 digits on back of card

Name On Card Card # Non-refundable $100 deposit deadline is Wednesday, December 28, 2011. National Production Shows charge $7 per rider, per ride for World Championship monies. #3 Draw requires three rides. Masters Class for USTPA members age 50 and up. 3-ride limit with exception of Open Pen, #9 Pen, #5 Pen & Open Sort (4-ride limit if one is incentive). 60-second penning clock & sorting clock. Split timer will be used to break ties in sorting. Finals pay up to 5 places for first 100 teams. If over 100 teams, an additional place will be paid for each 10, or part of 10 up to10 places paid in the average. 50% of incentive purse money goes to incentive. Announcements & postings at event supersede all printed materials.

Cowboy Church  Open Handicap Penning (1/2 second off per round for each total team rating below 21)  #13 Penning  #11 Masters Penning  AQHA Penning (Open/Am/Youth - All entries due by 2PM Sun) Break to Change Pens  AQHA Sorting (Open/Am/Youth - All entried due by 2PM Sun)

MONDAY, JAN. 9 8:00 am - Jefferson County Fairgrounds  Open with #8 Incentive Sorting  #9 Sorting  #6 Sorting  #3 Sorting TUESDAY, JAN. 10 7:00 am - National Western Complex (classes end by 3pm)  *Open Pick 2/Draw 2 Handicap Penning (you must pick to draw) Final go-round during the PBR performance.

*#9 with #7 Incentive Penning WEDNESDAY, JAN 11 7:00 am - National Western Complex (classes end by 3pm)  *#11 Pro-Am-Novice Penning 

Final go-round during the PBR performance.  

*#5 with #3 Incentive Penning *#3 Draw Penning

Site Information Rules & Regulations Show Sites: Jefferson County Fairgrounds (Jeffco) 15200 W. 6th Avenue Golden, CO 80401 National Western Complex (NWSS) Main Coliseum 4655 Humboldt Street Denver, CO 80216 Earliest Arrival 8am, Saturday, Jan. 7th Latest Departure 8am, Thursday, Jan. 12th Later or Earlier All earlier and later departures subject to additional stall fees. Contact USTPA for info. Office Hours 7:00am to End of Show Sun-Wed Arena Hours 7:00am to End of Show Day Stall Barn Hours Open 24/7 Parking Hours Open 24/7 Fairgrounds Stalls at Fairgrounds must be reserved in Stalls advance at time of deposit and will be assisgned by USTPA office. Stall charts will be posted throughout the barn and names will be on stalls. No switching stalls. NWSS coliseum stalls payable directly to NWSS upon arrival at coliseum. Shavings available through Jeffco or BYOB(bedding) Heated Stalls $125 - Jeffco Sat AM -Thurs AM Non-Heated Stalls $100 - Jeffco Sat AM -Thurs AM Vehicle Parking Free at Jeffco Trailer Parking Free at Jeffco (no services or camping) Standard RV $20-$30/Night Depending on Site. Electric (30 or 50 amp), Water, Dump Station. No Drive-Thru Spaces. RV MUST BE RESERVED WITH JEFFCO CALL KATIE OR DEB (303) 271-6600 Pet Restrictions JeffCo: Dogs must be on a leash with tags. Handler responsible for clean-up. Law enforcement will be called on loose dogs. Coliseum: No dogs allowed. Required Horse Current EIA/Coggins Health Documents Health Certificate within 30 days. Exhibitors going to the Coliseum are required to wear a NWSS Badge. Badges can be purchased at the USTPA show office for $20.00/each.

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Mail: USTPA, 3609 Acton Hwy., Suite 21, Granbury, TX 76049

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USTPA Meet Cody McCutchin A lifetime of experience and a good heart makes Cody McCutchin someone to look up to at USTPA events. Hailing from north Texas, he’s been riding since he was just a year old, and he is self admittedly lucky to have been raised on one of the largest ranches in the area. By nine years old he was managing the one hundred and ten stalls at the ranch, along with the horses that accompanied them. And, by fourteen, Cody was known by the locals as a trustworthy horse trader, and he would actually drive to shows where he would buy and sell horses for extra money during his spare time. After he finished school, Cody opened a western store which remained in operation for over fourteen years. When he decided to close its doors, Cody

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took a break from horses and ranching that lasted nearly twenty years. He decided just eight years ago that he could no longer stay away from the cowboy life and bought back in. He now spends his days riding seventy miles of fence and caring for over seven-hundred mama cows. While Cody grew up around both horses and cattle, he didn’t get his start in Team Penning until much later in life. He is actually an accomplished team roper, and had the benefit of learning his trade from some of the great cowboy legends like Jack Newton and Matlock Rose. “Matlock actually lived across the street from my barn. I can remember being seven or eight years old and driving to his ranch for ice cream.” Both Jack and Mat-


lock inspired Cody to help the next generation with as much assistance as he was afforded as a boy. You’ll often find him paying a show bill for a younger rider at a USTPA event, or just hiring them to help out so they can earn some extra cash. “The youth is where it all begins,” says Cody. He’s also been a huge financial supporter through donations of his furniture that he makes, even donating a cannon to last years World Championship! When asked “Why a cannon?,” Cody replied that he was watching television and eating dinner one night and a cannon came on a TV show that brought a lot of money at auction, so he decided to go outside and make one himself. “I can make anything if I have a picture of it,” he said, “and the cannon was a great challenge!” This year Cody is donating a large chair, lamp, and several back scratchers that are sure to be a huge hit in the auction! Cody got his start in Team Penning about four years ago, when he decided that he wanted to add a new equine skill to his repertoire. His one requirement was that he didn’t want to participate in a judged event. “I really thought the Team Penning looked easy, but I decided to try it anyway,” said Cody, who chose a USTPA event to make his debut. “It was definitely more challenging than the good guys make it look!” His hard work and horsemanship has paid off over the years though, and has earned Cody numerous championships to go along with his memories. “I’m lucky enough to have won seven saddles and eighteen buckles so far,” Cody said. “I don’t like to get second, so I work hard to stay at the top of my

game and secure the win.” At this years’ World Championship, which will be held in November, Cody will again be competing in the Master’s Class, which is specially designed for riders over fifty years of age. “I love how the Master’s Class levels the playing field by having everyone in the same age bracket,” says Cody, who won the class in 2008 and has been a top competitor every year since. This year Cody will be competing on a gelding purchased from Jared and Sarah Lesh. “I’m pretty picky about my horses,” says Cody. “They have to be able to walk and lope on a loose rein, stay quiet in case I need them to walk fence, and cross through creeks without hesitation. I want one with tons of cow and a good stop that’s on the rear and not the front end.” Cody credits the Lesh family with their help in locating several

good horses over the years.”Jared will call me if he runs across a horse that he feels might be a good match, and he’s usually not wrong. If I’m feeling good, I’m going to be hard to beat, and I need good horses to match my will to win.” Cody was a football quarterback and also an All American soccer player in his day, and still

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has that competitive spirit that has driven him to previous success. He says that because of this drive, he prefers Team Penning over Sorting. “I love the harder stuff. Penning goes a lot faster than the Sorting does, so I just keep reminding myself to stay in the center of my horse, and hang on.” Cody laughs as he tells about the bruises on the insides of both his thighs after last weekend’s event. “I quit riding for twenty years,” he says, “and that’s bound to take a toll on you. But I’m not quitting again anytime soon.” Cody wants to make sure to thank his Dad for all of his support throughout his life. “If it wasn’t for my Dad, I wouldn’t be the man

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I am today. He’s the one who taught me to ride and encouraged me all along the way.” Cody also wants to thank the others in the sport who donate their time and money to help the youth. “There are too many folks to list, but they should all know that their good deeds will be appreciated by the youth that benefit from them for years to come.”


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The Big Shows “How To” From USTPA’s Big Show Producers By Heidi Banks

Lower entry fees, added money, and bigger prizes seem to be the recurring theme of two show producers who recently held two large USTPA events this past August and September. What makes these two particular shows even more interesting though, is that both were produced by private individuals rather than clubs/associations. cility boasts 350 stalls and is easily accessed by folks traveling in and out of town as needed. The Rocky Mountain Classic offered both Team Penning and Ranch Sorting classes, with the #11 and #9 Pen-

a Regional Director. His advice for other producers who may be Mr. Dwayne Haselip, of looking into hosting an event in Hammer Down Productions, along the future is to keep entry fees as with his partner, Jeffery Rein, low as possible, and base prizes was instrumental in producing the and added money on what you Rocky Mountain Classic in Castle feel your membership base will Rock, Colorado on August 26th When Dwayne Haselip was be looking to receive. “Our open through 28th of this year. Dwayne and amateur riders always look to asked his thoughts about was proud to say that people traveled from as far as Alberta, Canada what encouraged people to the added money when deciding where they are going to travel. On for his three day event. “There travel so far, he replied that the other hand, the lower numbered were approximately 672 first go Hammer Down decided riders, while they too enjoy the teams from multiple states across to keep entry fees low and cash, also want something subthe country,” he said with a smile in his voice. When asked his thoughts increase the added money to stantial to take home with them.” Dwayne found that the best way $15,000 across the show. about what encouraged people to to address everyone’s needs was to travel so far, he replied that Hammeet in the middle and offer both mer Down decided to keep entry cash and prizes, such as belt buckning, and the #9 and #6 Sorting, fees low and increase the added les and headstalls, to the Youth, #3, seeming to be the most popular. money to $15,000 across the show. “All of the classes were full though, and #5 classes. When asked what “I wanted to show people that you as our participation was excellent he would have done differently, could put on a high class event at Dwayne explained that he plans across the board,” Dwayne said. a facility that doesn’t cost an arm to make most classes a pick/draw While this was Dwayne’s first and a leg to rent.” Held at the fairformat at the next event. Dwayne grounds in Castle Rock, Colorado, event to produce, he has been explains, “Some people are just too involved with the USTPA for Dwayne spoke highly of the hisshy to ask others they don’t know toric area and quaint town. The faover seven years and is currently 12


to ride with them. By instituting the pick/draw, those people will get to participate more, and not have to leave their comfort zone, especially those from out of state who might not know anyone.” Hammer Down is currently checking dates for 2012 and is planning on moving the show to July to allow more people to attend. “The month of August is usually packed in Colorado for the fair season, and we also want to make sure that we leave enough time between the other large events planned for next year.” Mr. Louie Saggione, along with his partners Bryan Blackman and Jared Lesh, produced the Top Gun Saddle Shoot-Out in Whitesboro, Texas that ran from September 2nd through the 4th of this year. This show boasted over $30,000 in prizes that included sixteen Todd Jeys Saddles, fifteen belt buckles, and seven sets of custom spurs. In addition to that, each class had a 60% payback, which quickly added up when considering that over 1600 teams entered in USTPA and AQHA. The event was held at Jared Lesh Cowhorses, Inc., which is centrally located one hour north of Dallas/Fort Worth, Texas, and two hours south of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. “We were very lucky that one of our promoters owned the facility,” Louie said, “although we did have to set up three tents to bring our total stall count to approximately 320.” While all of the classes were large, Louie said the #7 penning probably had the most

entries. “I loved the participation across the board,” he said when asked about his favorite aspect of being involved with the show. The Shoot-Out participants included entries from all across the United States, as well as Venezuela and Quebec, Canada. “Everything

with the promoters. “You can’t just put the event in the magazine and expect people to show up. Phone calls, emails, and advertisements are extremely necessary to ensure that you reach everyone who could possibly want to travel in for the show.” The team is already beginning to plan their event next year for Labor Day weekend in 2012.

“You can’t just put the event Both producers wish to thank evin the magazine and expect eryone for coming to their events, people to show up. as their success would not have been possible without the tremenPhone calls, emails, and advertisements are extremely dous support from the USTPA necessary to ensure that you membership. Dwayne also wanted to give a special note of recognireach everyone who could tion to his partner Jeffery Rein with possibly want to travel in for Hammer Down Productions; while the show.” Louie wanted to thank Bryan and just went well, and the only thing I think we could possibly have changed would have been to start earlier on Friday morning to allow the show to end earlier that night.” About three hundred and forty cattle helped to make the event possible, and were secured months ahead of time. Louie was sure to stress that “If you provide it, they will come,” and urges those thinking about hosting an event in the future to take the leap and just do it. “We were lucky that we had six people between the three producers and their wives that were willing to work and put in 110% effort to make the event a raging success,” Louie said. He also mentioned that the key to gaining participation lies

Dora Blackman, Jared and Sarah Lesh, and especially his wife Niki, for all of their efforts.

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World Leaders

Rating Name Points 1 Terry Brooks 668 1 Steven Sfera 503 1 Jesse Bryant 462 1 Jeffrey Rein 460 1 Gary Rogers 430 1 Buck Gulley 421 1 Cody Allred 417 1 Lowell ”Bud” Gulley 409 1 Michael Pruitt 394 1 Jennifer Guzzi 376 1 Jim Bryant 375 1 Seth Hensley 372 1 Cheryl Barrett 257 1 George Krouse 249 1 Joann Nichols 218 1 John Shifty 187 1 April Hoch 186 1 James D Dunn 185 1 Dean Allred 180 1 Patrick Crociata 168 1 Austin Woods 160 1 Bobby Barrett 156 1 Meghan O’Brien 154 1 Lance Snyder 154 1 Codi Kee 153

Rating Name Points 2 TJ Heywood 955 2 Nick Borgia 668 2 Cheryl Krouse 521 2 Jordan Byrd 416 2 Donald Caban 352 2 J Alan Kee 311 2 Eric Bromley 308 2 London Gibbs 300 2 Jorge Luis Cid Sampaio 298 2 Connor Keith 298 2 Cheyenne Yandle 291 2 Danielle Goyer 288 2 Randy Barrett 287 2 Kris Potts 253 2 Cathy Sayle 250 2 Gabriel Renda 246 2 Larry Newport 244 2 Cathy Herrmann 241 2 Jenna Miller 225 2 Janine Kassab 225 2 Cheree Lebrecht 203 2 Kevin Hosea 195 2 Mark Allen 195 2 Ben Sayle 193 2 Tracy Caban 187

*Please Note: Points in the #11 Masters Class, Junior Youth and Senior Youth do not count towards the year-end earnings.

October 30 – November 4, 2011

Wrangler 2011 World Championship Ike Hamilton Expo, West Monroe, LA

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Rating Name 3 Kyle Rogers 3 Paige Westfall 3 Kenneth Wallace 3 Brett Hensley 3 Annelie Demers 3 Steven Olson 3 Travis Roberson 3 Wayne Dougal 3 Dan Spradley 3 Tanner Keith 3 Nick Mills 3 Cody McCutchin 3 Gary Naughton 3 Jake Wells 3 Dean McCarty 3 Lori Modlin 3 Jeff Keller 3 Paul Pilnik 3 Billy Richard 3 Thomas Cody 3 Ashton Vanderwarf 3 Jimmy Ham 3 Tom Sparks 3 John Foglia 3 Debra Pomerleau

Points 679 601 539 505 379 347 336 315 301 292 282 264 211 184 184 172 170 165 162 161 157 154 154 150 143


Rating Name 4 Amber Haselip 4 Dwayne Haselip 4 Donnie Olson 4 David Mariage 4 Scot Hunt 4 Tori Hogg 4 Carrie Dean 4 Danny Seibert 4 Tony Gibbs 4 Drew Bellinger 4 Ricky Norton 4 James Rondy 4 Joshua Cantwell 4 Adam Nelson 4 Rochelle Rondy 4 Marsha Hunt 4 Brent Nelson 4 George Eidsness 4 Michelle Carnahan 4 Diana Isaac 4 Pat Bolin 4 John Flaugher 4 Mandy Schoenst 4 Charles Cornwell 4 Whitney Lynch

Points 815 707 632 428 323 315 310 305 283 242 221 214 188 185 183 178 173 168 154 145 129 106 89 88 85

Rating Name 6 Mike Belter 6 Tommy Roberson 6 Hannah Rainey 6 David Rainey 6 David Hall 6 Larry Pancost 6 Ken Krebsbach 6 LJ Pancost 6 Bill Lawless 6 Shawn Wyatt 6 Luke Kelley Rating Name 7 Joel Lesh 7 Jared Lesh 7 Jordan Lesh 7 Chris Wonderley 7 Brian Buckner 7 Louie Saggione III 7 Sarah Lesh 7 Grady Underwood 7 Sonya Buckner 7 Justin Underwood 7 Niki Saggione 7 Dustin Johnson 7 Bobby Gray 7 Trent Field 7 Mike Dewitt

Rating Name Points 5 Bryan Blackman 703 5 Megan Walsh 671 5 Tom Bross 357 5 Petey Wright 316 5 Adam Hogg 306 5 John May 209 5 Robert Bentley 203 5 Tom Field 190 5 Tommy Walker 188 5 Andrew Lyons 185 5 David King 183 5 Larry Kuyper 156 5 Kyle Rater 145 5 Larry Keith 123 5 Sammy Duncan 117 5 Thomas Thorlakson 101 5 Russell Armstrong 98 5 Chris Sullivan 90 5 Kerri Longtine 90 5 Todd Richter 84 5 Troy Hayden 70 5 Morgan West 65 5 Matthew Longtine 53 5 Paul West 50 5 Lisa Belter 49

Points 332 286 241 230 97 64 62 32 29 26 23 Points 1424 778 773 607 594 572 563 524 452 405 326 288 285 91 39

USTPA Rider Points Calculations The USTPA is proud to recognize our leading riders in each rating throughout the year and recognize our Year-End World Champions and Reserve World Champions. Leading rider rankings are calculated on a point based system. The top rider with the most points in each rider rating at the end of the show year is the USTPA Year-End World Champion of that rating and No. of Teams in Class

1st Go = teams in class 2nd Go = teams in round 3rd Go = teams in round Short Go = teams in round Average = overall teams in class

1st

2nd

receives a USTPA World Champion bronze trophy. The rider in each rating with the second highest amount of points earned during the show year is the USTPA Year-End Reserve World Champion of that rating and receives a USTPA Reserve World Champion bronze medallion. World Champion and Reserve World Champions are Based on the point system. 3rd

4th

5th

6th

7th

8th

9th

3-4

1

5-9

2

1

10-14

3

2

1

15-19

4

3

2

1

20-24

5

4

3

2

1

25-29

6

5

4

3

2

1

30-34

7

6

5

4

3

2

1

35-39

8

7

6

5

4

3

2

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8

7

6

5

4

3

2

1

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9

8

7

6

5

4

3

2

10th

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2011 Show Calendar October 2011

The USTPA sanctioned and co-sanctioned events are listed by month. For more information on an event, please call the contact listed. If you have changes to an event listing, please call 817-326-444, or e-mail jana.sain@ustpa.com.

April 28-29, 2012 Top Gun Spring Fling, Whitesboro, TX

October 30 – November 4, 2011 Wrangler 2011 World Championship, Ike Hamilton Expo, West Monroe, LA

Penning: Open Handicap, #13, #11, #9, #7, #5, 3 Draw, Jr/Sr Youth Sorting: Open Handicap, #9, #6, #3, Jr/Sr Youth CONTACT: Jared Lesh 405-269-3467 (Sanctioned)

Penning: Open Handicap Pick 2/Draw 2, #13, #11 Masters, #9/#7 Inc, #11, #5/#3 Inc, Quick Draw, Youth, #3 Draw, AQHA Sorting: Open / #8 Inc, #9, #6, #3, AQHA, Youth CONTACT: National Office 817-326-4444 (National Production)

May 2012 **Tentative**

May 11-13, 2012 Coors Challenge, John Justin Arena, Ft. Worth, TX

November 2011 November 25-27, 2011 Central Minnesota Team Penning, Fergus Falls, MN

Penning: Open Handicap Pick 2/Draw 2, #13, #11 Masters, #9/#7 Inc, #11, #5/#3 Inc, Quick Draw, Youth, #3 Draw, AQHA Sorting: Open / #8 Inc, #9, #6, #3, AQHA, Youth CONTACT: National Office 817-326-4444 (National Production)

Team Penning & Ranch Sorting CONTACT: Sparky Chase 218-367-2740 (Co-Sanctioned)

December 2011

June 2012

December 30, 2011 – January 1, 2012 New Years Blast, Port Allen, LA

June 9-10, 2012 Top Gun Summer Sizzler, Whitesboro, TX

Penning: Open Handicap, #13, #11, #9, #7, #5, 3 Draw, Jr/Sr Youth Sorting: Open Handicap, #9, #6, #3, Jr/Sr Youth CONTACT: Jared Lesh 405-269-3467 (Sanctioned)

Team Penning & Ranch Sorting CONTACT: Chris Sullivan 318-355-8066 (Co-Sanctioned)

January 2012 January 8-11, 2012 National Western Stock Show, Denver, CO

June 15-17, 2012 Summer Spectacular, Port Allen, LA

Penning: Open Handicap Pick 2/Draw 2, #13, #11 Masters, #9/#7 Inc, #11, #5/#3 Inc, Quick Draw, Youth, #3 Draw, AQHA Sorting: Open / #8 Inc, #9, #6, #3, AQHA, Youth CONTACT: National Office 817-326-4444 (National Production)

February 2012 February 23-25, 2012 San Antonio Live Stock Show & Rodeo, San Antonio, TX Penning: Open Handicap Pick 2/Draw 2, #13, #11 Masters, #9/#7 Inc, #11, #5/#3 Inc, Quick Draw, Youth, #3 Draw, AQHA Sorting: Open / #8 Inc, #9, #6, #3, AQHA, Youth CONTACT: National Office 817-326-4444 (National Production)

March 2012 March 11-13, 2012 Houston Live Stock Show & Rodeo, Houston, TX

Penning: Open Handicap Pick 2/Draw 2, #13, #11 Masters, #9/#7 Inc, #11, #5/#3 Inc, Quick Draw, Youth, #3 Draw, AQHA Sorting: Open / #8 Inc, #9, #6, #3, AQHA, Youth CONTACT: National Office 817-326-4444 (National Production)

March 24-25, 2012 Top Gun March Madness, Whitesboro, TX

Penning: Open Handicap, #13, #11, #9, #7, #5, 3 Draw, Jr/Sr Youth Sorting: Open Handicap, #9, #6, #3, Jr/Sr Youth CONTACT: Jared Lesh 405-269-3467 (Sanctioned)

April 2012

Team Penning & Ranch Sorting CONTACT: Chris Sullivan 318-355-8066 (Co-Sanctioned) July 2012 **Tentative**

July 20-22, 2012 Mississippi Hot Streak, Tunica, MS

Penning: Open Handicap Pick 2/Draw 2, #13, #11 Masters, #9/#7 Inc, #11, #5/#3 Inc, Quick Draw, Youth, #3 Draw, AQHA Sorting: Open / #8 Inc, #9, #6, #3, AQHA, Youth CONTACT: National Office 817-326-4444 (National Production)

September 2012 September 1-2, 2012 Top Gun March Madness, Whitesboro, TX

Penning: Open Handicap, #13, #11, #9, #7, #5, 3 Draw, Jr/Sr Youth Sorting: Open Handicap, #9, #6, #3, Jr/Sr Youth CONTACT: Jared Lesh 405-269-3467 (Sanctioned)

October 2012 **Tentative**

October 28 – November 2, 2012 Wrangler 2012 World Championship

Penning: Open Handicap Pick 2/Draw 2, #13, #11 Masters, #9/#7 Inc, #11, #5/#3 Inc, Quick Draw, Youth, #3 Draw, AQHA Sorting: Open / #8 Inc, #9, #6, #3, AQHA, Youth CONTACT: National Office 817-326-4444 (National Production)

**Tentative**

April 13-15, 2012 USTPA Spring Round-Up, Duncan, OK

Penning: Open Handicap Pick 2/Draw 2, #13, #11 Masters, #9/#7 Inc, #11, #5/#3 Inc, Quick Draw, Youth, #3 Draw, AQHA Sorting: Open / #8 Inc, #9, #6, #3, AQHA, Youth CONTACT: National Office 817-326-4444 (National Production)

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USTPA Show Results Canadian Challenge August 6-7, 2011 Quebec, Canada

pen Handicap Pen Fast Go O Place Contestant 1 Mariage, Nicolas 1 Kuyper, Larry 1 Butts, Robert

Payout: $252.00 Final Time 37.07 37.07 37.07

pen Handicap Pen Average O Place Contestant 1 Daigle, Rejean 1 Rehmeyer, Wayne 1 Demers, Annelie 2 Sfera, Steven 2 Miller, Jenna 2 Wonderley, Chris 3 Bentley, Robert 3 Daigle, Rejean 3 Miller, Jenna

Payout: $2,598.00 Final Time 107.57 107.57 107.57 140.23 140.23 140.23 153.5 153.5 153.5

# 11 Pen Fast Go Place Contestant 1 Smith, Brent 1 Johnston, Kimball 1 Daigle, Rejean

Payout: $162.00 Final Time 30.45 30.45 30.45

# 11 Pen Average Place Contestant 1 Lemieux, Brigitte 1 Boily, Martine 1 Kuyper, Larry 2 Mariage, David 2 Bentley, Robert 2 Demers, Annelie

Payout: $1,479.00 Final Time 147.94 147.94 147.94 136.68 136.68 136.68

# 9/#7 Inc Fast Go Place Contestant 1 Lemieux, Brigitte 1 Ratelle, Guy 1 Morissette, Alain

Payout: $351.00 Final Time 36.3 36.3 36.3

# 9 Pen Average Place Contestant 1 Sherburne, Stu 1 Drouin, Elaine 1 Bergeron, Francis 2 Mainville, Sonia 2 Brunet, Guy 2 Sherburne, Stu 3 Pilnik, Paul 3 Dougal, Wayne 3 Guzzi, Jennifer 4 Rehmeyer, Wayne 4 Crociata, Patrick 4 Ray, Katelynn

Payout: 2,031.00 Final Time 137.18 137.18 137.18 147.13 147.13 147.13 92.11 92.11 92.11 102.61 102.61 102.61

# 7 Inc of #9 Pen Place Contestant 1 Sherburne, Stu 1 Drouin, Elaine 1 Bergeron, Francis 2 Mainville, Sonia 2 Brunet, Guy 2 Sherburne, Stu 3 Pilnik, Paul 3 Dougal, Wayne 3 Guzzi, Jennifer

Payout: $810.00 Final Time 137.18 137.18 137.18 147.13 147.13 147.13 92.11 92.11 92.11

# 11 Masters Pen Fast Go Place Contestant 1 Brien, Bruno 1 Mariage, Denis 1 Daigle, Rejean

Payout: $108.00 Final Time 39.3 39.3 39.3

#11 Masters Pen Average Place Contestant 1 Butts, Robert 1 Goodwin, Frank 1 Daigle, Rejean 2 Brien, Bruno 2 Mariage, Denis 2 Daigle, Rejean

Payout: $360.00 Final Time 116.44 116.44 116.44 39.3 39.3 39.3

# 5/#3 Inc Pen Fast Go Place Contestant 1 Sherburne, Stu 1 Kupczyn, Julie 1 Johnston, Kimball

Payout: $495.00 Final Time 28.87 28.87 28.87

# 5 Pen Average Payout: $2,390.00 Place Contestant Final Time 1 Brittain, Jessica 151.95 1 Borgia, Nick 151.95 1 Crociata, Patrick 151.95 2 Brunet, Guy 133.25 2 Daigle, Rejean 133.25 2 Bergeron, Francis 133.25 3 Mainville, Sonia 155.42 3 Drouin, Elaine 155.42 3 Brunet, Guy 155.42 4 Shaw, Beth 152.45 4 Goodwin, Linda Sue 152.45 4 Felcetto, Christopher 152.45 5 Mariage, Denis 66.32 5 Morissette, Maryse 66.32 5 Mariage, Nicolas 66.32 # 3 Inc of #5 Pen Payout: $405.00 Place Contestant Final Time 1 Shaw, Beth 152.45 1 Goodwin, Linda Sue 152.45 1 Felcetto, Christopher 152.45 2 Guay, Tracy 35.84 2 Shaw, Beth 35.84 2 Goodwin, Linda Sue 35.84 # 3 Pen Fast Go Place Contestant 1 Shaw, Beth 1 Lacasse, Maryka 1 Coffin, Naomi

Payout: $153.00 Final Time 42.89 42.89 42.89

# 3 Pen Average Place Contestant 1 Shaw, Beth 1 Lacasse, Maryka 1 Coffin, Naomi 2 Bergeron, Francis 2 Morissette, Alain 2 Brien, Bruno

Payout: $711.00 Final Time 94.81 94.81 94.81 103.89 103.89 103.89

pen Handicap Sort Average O Place Contestant 1 Wonderley, Chris 1 Demers, Annelie 2 Dougal, Wayne 2 Borgia, Nick

Payout: $1,574.00 Final Time 155.39 155.39 145.99 145.99

# 9 Sort Average Place Contestant 1 Borgia, Nick 1 Guzzi, Jennifer 2 Dougal, Wayne 2 Borgia, Nick 3 Daigle, Rejean 3 Butts, Robert

Payout: $1,748.00 Final Time 160.66 160.66 152.57 152.57 168.98 168.98

# 6 Sort Average Place Contestant 1 Sfera, Steven 1 Demers, Annelie 2 Drouin, Elaine 2 Daigle, Rejean

Payout: $2,288.00 Final Time 156.37 156.37 175.69 175.69

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Crociata, Patrick Miller, Jenna Bentley, Robert Guzzi, Jennifer Drouin, Elaine Brunet, Guy

Following are results for recent USTPA Sanctioned events. Results are listed in date order.

169.47 169.47 162.82 162.82 162.76 162.76

# 3 Sort Average Payout: $2,400.00 Place Contestant Final Time 1 Link, Tylar 137.77 1 Guzzi, Jennifer 137.77 2 Perry, Ben 171.07 2 Link, Tylar 171.07 3 Drouin, Elaine 143.54 3 Johnston, Kimball 143.54 4 Goodwin, Linda Sue 161.23 4 Goodwin, Frank 161.23 5 Perry, Kenneth 153.27 5 Kupczyn, Julie 153.27

Rocky Mountain Classic August 26-28, 2011 Castle Rock, CO

pen Handicap Pen Fast Go O Place Contestant 1 Haselip, Amber 1 Haselip, Dwayne 1 Seibert, Danny 2 Blackman, Bryan 2 Lesh, Jared 2 Bolin, Pat 3 Haselip, Amber 3 Lorenzen, Diane 3 Nelson, Adam pen Handicap Pen Average O Place Contestant 1 Haselip, Amber 1 Haselip, Dwayne 1 Seibert, Danny 2 Underwood, Grady 2 Saggione III, Louie 2 Lesh, Sarah 3 Lesh, Jordan 3 Lesh, Joel 3 Lesh, Jared 4 Sullivan, Denise 4 Young, Frank 4 Short, Scott

Payout: $504.00 Final Time 18.55 18.55 18.55 30.32 30.32 30.32 33.73 33.73 33.73 Payout: $7,860.00 Final Time 97.92 97.92 97.92 104.08 104.08 104.08 109.36 109.36 109.36 111.46 111.46 111.46

# 13 Pen Fast Go Payout: $678.00 Place Contestant Final Time 1 Underwood, Grady 23.66 1 Olson, Steven 23.66 1 Naughton, Gary 23.66 2 Lesh, Jared 24.74 2 Lynch, Whitney 24.74 2 Cid Sampaio, Jorge Luis 24.74 3 Lesh, Joel 26.67 3 Bolin, Pat 26.67 3 Brooks, Terry 26.67 # 13 Pen Average Payout: $7,620.00 Place Contestant Final Time 1 May, John 99.59 1 Eidsness, George 99.59 1 Lyons, Andrew 99.59 2 Lesh, Joel 111.4 2 Heywood, TJ 111.4 2 Olson, Donnie 111.4 3 Underwood, Grady 115.63 3 Olson, Steven 115.63 3 Vanderwarf, Ashton 115.63 4 Underwood, Grady 70.99 4 Olson, Steven 70.99 4 Naughton, Gary 70.99

5 5 5

Lesh, Joel Bolin, Pat Brooks, Terry

# 5 Pen Fast Go Place Contestant 1 Kinnison, Jim 1 Chynoweth, Jayden 1 Braslin, Heather 2 Olson, Steven 2 Coleman, Hunter 2 Brooks, Terry 3 Short, Scott 3 Strenge, Julie 3 Sullivan, Denise

71.89 71.89 71.89 Payout: $441.00 Final Time 37.43 37.43 37.43 39.14 39.14 39.14 39.24 39.24 39.24

# 5 Pen Average Payout: $4,968.00 Place Contestant Final Time 1 Naughton, Gary 140.02 1 Sullivan, Denise 140.02 1 Rein, Jeffrey 140.02 2 Short, Scott 132.76 2 Strenge, Julie 132.76 2 Sullivan, Denise 132.76 3 Grossetete, Nugget 172.52 3 Lebrecht, Cheree 172.52 3 Karlinski, Suzy 172.52 4 Decker, Kennon 83.32 4 Jones, Kaitlyn 83.32 4 Jones, Jeff R 83.32 5 Braaksma, Steve 93.56 5 Seibert, Danny 93.56 5 Karlinski, Suzy 93.56 # 3 Pen Fast Go Place Contestant 1 Brooks, Terry 1 Hoch, April 1 Strenge, Julie 2 Shifty, John 2 Ranucci, Tom 2 Sullivan, Denise 3 Karlinski, Suzy 3 O’Dea, Joseph 3 Strenge, Julie # 3 Pen Average Place Contestant 1 Brooks, Terry 1 Hoch, April 1 Strenge, Julie 2 Braaksma, Steve 2 Bryant, Jesse 2 Brooks, Terry 3 Karlinski, Suzy 3 O’Dea, Joseph 3 Strenge, Julie # 9 Pen Fast Go Place Contestant 1 Harwerth, David 1 Price, Allan 1 Jones, Jeff R 2 Ward, Jim 2 Braslin, Heather 2 Saggione III, Louie 3 Johnson, Janet 3 Jones, Kaitlyn 3 Jones, Jeff R # 9 Pen Average Place Contestant 1 Sullivan, Denise 1 Strenge, Robert 1 Young, Frank 2 Decker, Kennon 2 Price, Allan 2 Price, Kena

Payout: $156.00 Final Time 34.39 34.39 34.39 46.5 46.5 46.5 46.66 46.66 46.66 Payout: $1,911.00 Final Time 93.93 93.93 93.93 109.62 109.62 109.62 98.77 98.77 98.77 Payout: $864.00 Final Time 27.27 27.27 27.27 29.77 29.77 29.77 31.23 31.23 31.23 Payout: $9,780.00 Final Time 99.1 99.1 99.1 101.43 101.43 101.43

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Nelson, Brent Kinnison, Jim Nelson, Laurel Modlin, Lori Seibert, Danny Kinnison, Jim Nelson, Adam Olson, Steven Strenge, Robert

# 11 PenFast Go Place Contestant 1 Lesh, Jordan 1 Rogers, Gary 1 Wallace, Kenneth 2 Olson, Donnie 2 Short, Scott 2 Shifty, John 3 Modlin, Lori 3 Seibert, Danny 3 Roberson, Tommy

103.55 103.55 103.55 103.61 103.61 103.61 116.39 116.39 116.39 Payout: $984.00 Final Time 24.68 24.68 24.68 26.54 26.54 26.54 28.92 28.92 28.92

# 11 Pen Average Payout: $10,347.00 Place Contestant Final Time 1 Rogers, Gary 90.79 1 Dick, Brian 90.79 1 Lesh, Joel 90.79 2 Modlin, Lori 91.63 2 Seibert, Danny 91.63 2 Roberson, Tommy 91.63 3 Rogers, Gary 99.59 3 Rogers, Kyle 99.59 3 Lesh, Jordan 99.59 4 Pomerleau, Debra 104.19 4 Modlin, Lori 104.19 4 Roberson, Tommy 104.19 5 Olson, Donnie 106.07 5 Short, Scott 106.07 5 Shifty, John 106.07

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Haselip, Amber Haselip, Dwayne Lesh, Jordan Cid Sampaio, Jorge Luis

44.5 44.5 46.62 46.62

# 9 Sort Average Payout: $8,152.00 Place Contestant Final Time 1 Herrmann, Cathy 173.46 1 Lesh, Sarah 173.46 2 Lesh, Jordan 159.41 2 Cid Sampaio, Jorge Luis 159.41 3 Underwood, Grady 171.18 3 Heywood, TJ 171.18 4 May, John 162.4 4 Naughton, Gary 162.4 5 Haselip, Amber 174.95 5 Kinnison, Jim 174.95 # 6 Sort Fast Go Place Contestant 1 Seibert, Danny 1 Grossetete, Nugget 2 Herrmann, Henry 2 Wallace, Kenneth 3 May, John 3 May, Kristine

Payout: $517.00 Final Time 51.58 51.58 52.5 52.5 57.94 57.94

# 6 Sort Average Payout: $6,168.00 Place Contestant Final Time 1 Rein, Jeffrey 176.34 1 Haselip, Amber 176.34 2 Seibert, Chris 178.14 2 Seibert, Danny 178.14 3 Kinnison, Jim 173.07 3 Pomerleau, Debra 173.07 4 Hill, Matt 176 4 Braslin, Heather 176 5 Grossetete, Nugget 171.61 5 Karlinski, Suzy 171.61

Y outh Pen Average Payout: $728.00 Place Contestant Final Time 1 Ward, Kody 83.31 1 Cid Sampaio, Jorge Luis 83.31 1 Price, Trever 83.31 2 Haselip, Kyler 98.91 2 Chiovitti-Shifty, Tessa A 98.91 2 Lynch, Whitney 98.91

Y outh Sort Average Place Contestant 1 Ranucci, Aly 1 May, Kristine 2 May, Kristine 2 May, Casey 3 Chynoweth, Jayden 3 May, Kristine

Payout: $840.00 Final Time 101.19 101.19 107.68 107.68 84.38 84.38

pen/#8 Inc Fast Go O Place Contestant 1 Lesh, Sarah 1 Lesh, Joel 2 Underwood, Grady 2 Lesh, Jared 3 Lesh, Joel 3 Lesh, Jared

# 3 Sort Fast Go Place Contestant 1 Miller, Anthony 1 Crickenberger, Jo 2 Bryant, Jesse 2 Bryant, Jim 3 Chynoweth, Jayden 3 Toft, Porter

Payout: $244.00 Final Time 54.02 54.02 55.85 55.85 59.37 59.37

Payout: $496.00 Final Time 40.66 40.66 41.74 41.74 45.35 45.35

pen Sort Average O Payout: $4,800.00 Place Contestant Final Time 1 Underwood, Grady 144.47 1 Lesh, Jared 144.47 2 Lesh, Jordan 173.07 2 Lesh, Joel 173.07 3 Olson, Donnie 168.85 3 Haselip, Dwayne 168.85 4 Lesh, Joel 161.46 4 Lesh, Jared 161.46 5 Lesh, Sarah 165.08 5 Saggione III, Louie 165.08

# 3 Sort Average Payout: $2,702.00 Place Contestant Final Time 1 Chynoweth, Jayden 179.37 1 Toft, Porter 179.37 2 Herrmann, Cathy 162.66 2 Bryant, Jesse 162.66 3 Flint, Morgan 173.57 3 Seibert, Chris 173.57 4 Miller, Anthony 157.69 4 Ward, Jim 157.69 5 Lebrecht, Cheree 170.87 5 Shifty, John 170.87

# 8 Inc of Open Pen Place Contestant 1 Olson, Donnie 1 Haselip, Dwayne 2 Haselip, Amber 2 Roberson, Travis 3 Kinnison, Jim 3 Young, Frank 4 Nelson, Alex 4 Nelson, Adam

Top Gun Saddle Shoot Out

# 9 Sort Fast Go Place Contestant 1 Dick, Brian 1 Rogers, Kyle

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Payout: $2,156.00 Final Time 168.85 168.85 104.02 104.02 165.96 165.96 116.95 116.95 Payout: $740.00 Final Time 43.68 43.68

September 2-4, 2011 Whitesboro, TX

uick Draw Pen Average Q Payout: $7,200.00 Place Contestant Final Time 1 Lesh, Sarah 101.47 1 Richter, Todd 101.47 1 Lesh, Joel 101.47 2 Underwood, Grady 133.36 2 Lesh, Jordan 133.36 2 Rainey, Hannah 133.36 3 Roberson, Tommy 142.54 3 Duncan, Sammy 142.54 3 Rainey, David 142.54

# 13 Pen Average Payout: $8,013.00 Place Contestant Final Time 1 Underwood, Justin 108.21 1 Haselip, Dwayne 108.21 1 Richter, Dena 108.21 2 Buckner, Sonya 108.32 2 Cid Sampaio, Jorge Luis 108.32 2 Lynch, Whitney 108.32 3 Westfall, Paige 125.18 3 Rainey, Hannah 125.18 3 Vanderwarf, Ashton 125.18 4 Olson, Donnie 130.64 4 Underwood, Grady 130.64 4 Byrd, Jordan 130.64 5 Rainey, David 137.02 5 Gulley, Buck 137.02 5 Krouse, George 137.02 pen Pen Average O Payout: $10,152.00 Place Contestant Final Time 1 Dunn, James D 103.53 1 Gray, Bobby 103.53 1 Gibbs, Tony 103.53 2 May, John 114.67 2 Bromley, Eric 114.67 2 Wallace, Kenneth 114.67 3 Muetz, Tim 118.14 3 Underwood, Grady 118.14 3 Belter, Mike 118.14 4 Buckner, Brian 118.77 4 Barrett, Randy 118.77 4 Cunningham, Justin 118.77 5 Rainey, David 123.29 5 Lesh, Joel 123.29 5 Lesh, Sarah 123.29 J r Youth Pen Average Place Contestant 1 Duleba, Skylar 1 McCormick, Tristan 2 Duleba, Sydney 2 Bromley, Caleb 3 Fittro, Chase 3 Duleba, Sydney

Payout: $468.00 Final Time 87.57 87.57 112.34 112.34 94.72 94.72

S r Youth Pen Average Payout: $702.00 Place Contestant Final Time 1 Cid Sampaio, Jorge Luis 92.64 1 Byrd, Jordan 92.64 1 Bacon, Maddie 92.64 2 Carnahan, Blake 102.48 2 Dean, Carrie 102.48 2 Bacon, Maddie 102.48 3 Lynch, Whitney 102.8 3 Byrd, Jordan 102.8 3 Roberson, Travis 102.8 # 11 Pen Average Payout: $12,960.00 Place Contestant Final Time 1 Hensley, Seth 89.62 1 Johnson, Dustin 89.62 1 Hensley, Brett 89.62 2 Lesh, Joel 92.96 2 Krouse, Cheryl 92.96 2 Heywood, TJ 92.96 3 Underwood, Grady 94.99 3 Heywood, TJ 94.99 3 Byrd, Jordan 94.99 4 Saggione III, Louie 97.23 4 Cody, Thomas 97.23 4 Gulley, Buck 97.23 5 Myers, Gary 99.37 5 Cody, Thomas 99.37 5 Rainey, David 99.37 6 Mariage, David 124.87 6 Hogg, Adam 124.87 6 Barrett, Randy 124.87 7 Hayes, Jim 51.76 7 Hogg, Adam 51.76 7 Allred, Cody 51.76 # 9 Pen Average Place Contestant 1 Smith, Ryan 1 Bellinger, Drew 1 Westbrook, Chris

Payout: $11,340.00 Final Time 93.3 93.3 93.3

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Lesh, Joel Brooks, Terry Rogers, Gary Wallace, Kenneth Cody, Thomas Myers, Gary Mariage, David Mariage, Denis Vanderwarf, Ashton Naylor, Tommy Mills, Nick Kee, J Alan Mariage, David Barrett, Randy Mills, Nick Beck, Scott Vondrak, Doug Saggione III, Louie Bryant, Jesse Micheal, Ernie Lesh, Sarah

102.44 102.44 102.44 106.65 106.65 106.65 109.25 109.25 109.25 112.31 112.31 112.31 114.25 114.25 114.25 128.46 128.46 128.46 123.01 123.01 123.01

# 7 Pen Average Payout: $15,663.00 Place Contestant Final Time 1 Pruitt, Michael 102.81 1 Allen, Mark 102.81 1 Mariage, David 102.81 2 Vanderwarf, Ashton 107.77 2 Cody, Thomas 107.77 2 Caruso, Frank 107.77 3 Hogg, Tori 108.99 3 Byrd, Jordan 108.99 3 Gulley, Lowell Bud 108.99 4 Roberson, Tommy 114.45 4 Fletcher, Leroy 114.45 4 Ward, Jim 114.45 5 Blackman, Bryan 116.8 5 Yandle, Cheyenne 116.8 5 Teltow, David 116.8 6 Hogg, Tori 115.52 6 Richter, Dena 115.52 6 Gulley, Buck 115.52 7 Westbrook, Chris 132.54 7 Fletcher, Leroy 132.54 7 Raper, Trevor 132.54 8 Dodd, Cindy 64.91 8 Brune, Tim 64.91 8 Muetz, Tim 64.91 9 Olson, Steven 72.14 9 Nelson, Debra 72.14 9 Coleman, Hunter 72.14 10 Kee, J Alan 72.66 10 Dean, Carrie 72.66 10 Bromley, Eric 72.66 # 3 Pen Average Place Contestant 1 Arellano, Richard 1 Kimbrough, Mattie 1 Garner, Michael 2 Bryant, Jesse 2 Tacker, Tripp 2 Hawley, Carolyn 3 Taylor, Raymond 3 Lorick, Ethan 3 Brooks, Terry 4 Brown, Mikie 4 Ward, Jim 4 Allred, Cody 5 Duty, Julie A 5 Arellano, Richard 5 Brown, Mikie

Payout: $8,100.00 Final Time 113.16 113.16 113.16 122.33 122.33 122.33 124.13 124.13 124.13 125.51 125.51 125.51 128.01 128.01 128.01

pen Sort Average O Place Contestant 1 Lesh, Joel 1 Underwood, Justin 2 Jones, Sumer 2 Foreman, Matt 3 Underwood, Grady 3 Blackman, Bryan 4 Wyatt, Shawn 4 Saggione III, Louie 5 Raub, Weston 5 Nelson, Brent

Payout: $4,142.00 Final Time 155.82 155.82 167.5 167.5 172.46 172.46 177.04 177.04 164.25 164.25


# 9 Sort Average Payout: $9,864.00 Place Contestant Final Time 1 Hensley, Brett 164.42 1 Cantwell, Joshua 164.42 2 Raub, Weston 179.01 2 Schoenst, Mandy 179.01 3 Newport, Larry 167.44 3 Westfall, Paige 167.44 4 Roberson, Tommy 168.3 4 Gibbs, Tony 168.3 5 Lesh, Sarah 171.58 5 Goyer, Danielle 171.58 6 Enloe, Randy 170.91 6 Carnahan, Michelle 170.91 7 Mariage, David 105.77 7 Cunningham, Justin 105.77 8 Dean, Carrie 106.05 8 Rondy, James 106.05 9 Dean, Carrie 106.68 9 Haselip, Dwayne 106.68 J r Youth Sort Average Place Contestant 1 McCormick, Tristan 1 VanTrease, James A 2 Shirley, Hannah 2 Fittro, Chase 3 Taylor, Hannah 3 Stowers, Landon 4 Vondrak, Gavin 4 Duleba, Sydney

Payout: $632.00 Final Time 104.74 104.74 99.08 99.08 110.03 110.03 117 117

S r Youth Sort Average Payout: $902.00 Place Contestant Final Time 1 Lynch, Whitney 162.91 1 McCormick, Tristan 162.91 2 Dean, Carrie 164.79 2 McCormick, Tristan 164.79 3 Roberson, Travis 103.36 3 McCormick, Tristan 103.36 4 Duleba, Sydney 110.91 4 Struhall, Samantha 110.91 5 Cid Sampaio, Jorge Luis 114.62 5 Free, Corey 114.62 # 6 Sort Average Payout: $12,120.00 Place Contestant Final Time 1 Dean, Carrie 168.32 1 Free, Corey 168.32 2 Carnahan, Michelle 173.47 2 Goyer, Danielle 173.47 3 Vondrak, Doug 171.98 3 Beck, Scott 171.98 4 Tacker, Tripp 171.02 4 Lorick, Ethan 171.02 5 Wallace, Kenneth 177.72 5 Wells, Jake 177.72 6 Brooks, Terry 171.55 6 Herrmann, Cathy 171.55 7 Free, Corey 169.96 7 Fugler, Denise 169.96 8 Hensley, Brett 106.08 8 Foreman, Matt 106.08 9 Schoenst, Mandy 105.7 9 Liles, Cindy 105.7 10 Haselip, Amber 107.43 10 Rein, Jeffrey 107.43 # 3 Sort Average Payout: $15,910.00 Place Contestant Final Time 1 Ward, Jim 167.98 1 Newport, Larry 167.98 2 Vondrak, Doug 176.98 2 Williams, Roger 176.98 3 Bryant, Jim 163.01 3 Lebrecht, Cheree 163.01 4 Pruitt, Michael 168.63 4 Nichols, Joann 168.63 5 Bryant, Jim 112.25 5 Montgomery, Micheal 112.25 6 Gibbs, London 109.19 6 Pruitt, Michael 109.19 7 Masterson, Dennis 113.21 7 Gulley, Buck 113.21 8 Lain, Shawn 114.11 8 Tillman, Lynn 114.11

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Bryant, Jim Heywood, TJ King, Kenny Sayle, Cathy

102.2 102.2 111.27 111.27

2011 Region 8 Finals August 27-28, 2011 Berryville, VA

pen Handicap Pen Fast Go O Place Contestant 1 Keith, Connor 1 Keith, Larry 1 Wright, Petey

Payout: $351.00 Final Time 21.562 21.562 21.562

pen Handicap Pen Average O Place Contestant 1 Keith, Tanner 1 Keith, Connor 1 Hogg, Tori 2 Wonderley, Chris 2 Hogg, Adam 2 Hogg, Tori 3 Hogg, Adam 3 Hogg, Tori 3 Mariage, David 4 Keith, Larry 4 Keith, Tanner 4 Keith, Connor

Payout: $5,127.00 Final Time 107.444 107.444 107.444 117.652 117.652 117.652 118.62 118.62 118.62 119.812 119.812 119.812

# 11 PAN Pen Fast Go Place Contestant 1 Caban, Donald 1 Caban, Tracy 1 Kuyper, Larry

Payout: $342.00 Final Time 28.586 28.586 28.586

# 11 PAN Pen Average Payout: $4,281.00 Place Contestant Final Time 1 Bross, Tom 133.622 1 Perssonatti, Heather 133.622 1 Hunt, Scot 133.622 2 Keith, Larry 153.851 2 Keith, Tammy 153.851 2 Keith, Connor 153.851 3 Wonderley, Chris 145.819 3 Demers, Annelie 145.819 3 Miller, Jenna 145.819 4 Caban, Donald 67.185 4 Caban, Tracy 67.185 4 Kuyper, Larry 67.185 # 9/#7 Inc Fast Go Place Contestant 1 Foglia, John 1 Guzzi, Jennifer 1 McCarty, Dean

Payout: $648.00 Final Time 20.575 20.575 20.575

# 9 Pen Average Payout: $5,454.00 Place Contestant Final Time 1 Keith, Connor 111.229 1 Keith, Tanner 111.229 1 Keith, Tammy 111.229 2 Wonderley, Chris 119.601 2 Sfera, Steven 119.601 2 O’Brien, Meghan 119.601 3 Hunt, Scot 120.956 3 Keith, Tanner 120.956 3 Keith, Connor 120.956 4 Hogg, Tori 125.916 4 Mariage, David 125.916 4 Hogg, Denny 125.916 5 Mariage, David 144.284 5 Demers, Annelie 144.284 5 Sfera, Steven 144.284 6 King, David 70.004 6 Link, Tylar 70.004 6 Demers, Annelie 70.004 7 Guzzi, Jennifer 72.723 7 Foglia, John 72.723 7 Perssonatti, Heather 72.723 # 7 Inc of #9 Pen Place Contestant 1 Mariage, David 1 Demers, Annelie 1 Sfera, Steven

Payout: $1,968.00 Final Time 144.284 144.284 144.284

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Guzzi, Jennifer Foglia, John Perssonatti, Heather Keith, Tanner Keith, Connor Miller, Jenna

# 5/#3 Inc Pen Fast Go Place Contestant 1 Hogg, Kathy 1 Lyons, Jennifer 1 Jamison, Catherine

72.723 72.723 72.723 81.636 81.636 81.636 Payout: $324.00 Final Time 31.657 31.657 31.657

# 5Pen Average Payout: $3,210.00 Place Contestant Final Time 1 Borgia, Nick 131.192 1 Guzzi, Jennifer 131.192 1 Mariage, Denis 131.192 2 Kent, Muray 141.988 2 Blakeslee, Rick 141.988 2 Shaw, Beth 141.988 3 Guay, Tracy 133.002 3 Guay, David 133.002 3 Mariage, Denis 133.002 4 Jamison, Catherine 144.15 4 Hogg, Kathy 144.15 4 Hogg, Denny 144.15 # 3 Inc of #5 Pen Place Contestant 1 Lyons, Jennifer 1 Crociata, Patrick 1 Shaw, Beth 2 O’Brien, Meghan 2 Johnson, Kelly 2 Crociata, Patrick

Payout: $909.00 Final Time 95.575 95.575 95.575 80.785 80.785 80.785

# 3 Pen Fast Go Place Contestant 1 Wissel, Steve 1 Johnson, Kelly 1 Belcher, Barbara

Payout: $99.00 Final Time 36.606 36.606 36.606

# 3 Pen Average Place Contestant 1 Shaw, Beth 1 Bentley, Tamara 1 Guay, Tracy 2 Wissel, Steve 2 Johnson, Kelly 2 Belcher, Barbara

Payout: $930.00 Final Time 96.404 96.404 96.404 85.148 85.148 85.148

S r Youth Pen Average Place Contestant 1 Link, Tylar 1 Keith, Connor 1 Keith, Tanner

Payout: $39.00 Final Time 49.455 49.455 49.455

pen Handicap Sort Average O Place Contestant 1 Bentley, Robert 1 Wonderley, Chris 2 Walker, Tommy 2 Wright, Petey

Payout: $1,628.00 Final Time 164.43 164.43 150.25 150.25

# 9 Sort Average Place Contestant 1 Miller, Jenna 1 Caban, Donald 2 King, David 2 Hunt, Scot 3 Bentley, Robert 3 Borgia, Nick 4 Wonderley, Chris 4 Miller, Jenna

Payout: $2434.00 Final Time 175.93 175.93 163.63 163.63 165.56 165.56 173.23 173.23

# 6 Sort Average Payout: $3,120.00 Place Contestant Final Time 1 Hunt, Marsha 157.41 1 Borgia, Nick 157.41 2 Bross, Tom 167.96 2 Sfera, Steven 167.96 3 Blakeslee, Rick 176.8 3 Jamison, Catherine 176.8 4 Mariage, Denis 168.41 4 Guay, David 168.41

5 5 6 6

Goodwin, Frank Mariage, Denis Weiss, Amy Weiss, Carl

162.84 162.84 106.31 106.31

# 3 Sort Average Place Contestant 1 Johnson, Kelly 1 Renda, Gabriel 2 Guzzi, Jennifer 2 Borgia, Nick

Payout: $1,276.00 Final Time 166.04 166.04 165.84 165.84

S r Youth Sort Average Place Contestant 1 Link, Tylar 1 Weiss, Autumm

Payout: Final Time 107.66 107.66

Lazy J Penning & Sorting September 17, 2011 Stillwater, OK

pen Handicap Pen Average O Place Contestant 1 Walsh, Megan 1 Westfall, Paige 1 Cantwell, Joshua 2 Brooks, Terry 2 Rogers, Gary 2 Lesh, Joel

Payout: $1,008.00 Final Time 56.29 56.29 56.29 73.29 73.29 73.29

# 11 Pen Average Place Contestant 1 Wallace, Kenneth 1 Hoch, April 1 Lesh, Jordan 2 Lesh, Joel 2 Rogers, Gary 2 Strenge, Robert

Payout: $1,071.00 Final Time 95.55 95.55 95.55 96.24 96.24 96.24

# 9 Pen Average Place Contestant 1 Strenge, Julie 1 Brooks, Terry 1 Lesh, Joel 2 Hoch, April 2 Woods, Christy 2 Cantwell, Joshua

Payout: $1,080.00 Final Time 88.36 88.36 88.36 102.07 102.07 102.07

# 5/#3 Inc Pen Average Place Contestant 1 Spies, Harold 1 Rogers, Gary 1 Rogers, Kyle 2 Krouse, Cheryl 2 Richard, Joyce 2 Strenge, Julie 3 Newport, Larry 3 White, DeRoy 3 Jones, Victor

Payout: $1,026.00 Final Time 99.43 99.43 99.43 83.14 83.14 83.14 37.71 37.71 37.71

# 9 Sort Average Place Contestant 1 Brooks, Terry 1 Lesh, Joel 2 Lesh, Jordan 2 Herrmann, Cathy 3 Brooks, Terry 3 Lesh, Jordan

Payout: $1,260.00 Final Time 114.37 114.37 106.06 106.06 98.21 98.21

# 4 Sort Average Place Contestant 1 Brooks, Terry 1 Herrmann, Cathy 2 Jones, Victor 2 Newport, Larry 3 White, DeRoy 3 Jones, Victor 4 Sanders, James 4 Barrow, Morgan

Payout: $1,344.00 Final Time 93.26 93.26 104.11 104.11 110.06 110.06 119.02 119.02

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Chaplain Corner

God’s Faithfulness and Thanksgiving by Margaret McLain Sponsored by Cowboys for Christ

The title of this message God’s Faithfulness and Thanksgiving work together. I am so thankful that God is faithful and He never changes. The Scriptures say that He is the same yesterday, today, and forever (Hebrews 13:8). How more faithful can that be? People will fail us, as we will fail others, but God never fails. We may think He does because He doesn’t “give” us exactly what we want. Lest we forget, He knows what is best for His children. So when others do fail or disappoint us in their actions and/or behavior – and they will, we must look to God. I find the Psalms to be most comforting. I will quote more Scripture in this edition than normal because I feel our nation and many individuals/families are in greater crisis than we’ve seen in our lifetimes. I truly believe God wants us to turn to Him and depend on Him in a more extraordinary way. Proverbs 3:5-6 “Trust in the Lord with all your heart and mind and lean not on your own understanding. In all your ways acknowledge Him and He will direct your paths.” We often put our faith and trust in other things besides God. We trust that our electricity will always work and that our friends will never harm us. At about eleven o’clock on Saturday night, as many people were preparing to turn out lights, all the lights in the community went out on their own. Air conditioners suddenly quit running. Houses all over were without power. It seemed strange that this would happen on a night when there were no storms in the area. People wondered what had caused the power outage as their homes grew warm in the July heat and their patience grew thinner. The power was off most of the night, 20

and it was the next morning before they found out what had caused the problem. An entire community had lost power for most of the night because a snake had gotten into the powerhouse and fouled things up. If we experience a Christian life that is ineffective and without power, the problem is not that our God lacks power or that He is unfaithful. The problem may be a snake in the powerhouse, something in our life, some debilitating sin that does not belong in the life of a Christian. We must be careful what we allow to creep into our lives and we must, as Proverbs 3 says, “Trust God with ALL our heart and mind.” Then be thankful to Him and praise Him for all He is and all He does! Psalm 121: 1-8 “I will lift up my eyes to the hills – from whence comes my help. My help comes from the LORD, Who made heaven and earth. He will not allow your foot to be moved; He who keeps you will not slumber. Behold, He who keeps Israel shall neither slumber nor sleep. The LORD is your keeper; The LORD is your shade at your right hand. The sun shall not strike you by day, nor the moon by night. The LORD shall preserve you from all evil; He shall preserve your soul. The LORD shall preserve your going out and your coming in from this time forth, and even forevermore.” Last month I wrote on courage and in particular the courage of the founders of our nation. They had to depend on God’s strength and guidance as we can’t begin to imagine. We are in a similar time but again I am so thankful that God’s promises are true. This summer of 2011, we had tremendous fires in Texas. I hope and pray as you read this article that the rains have broken the drought here and quenched

our Texas land. At any rate, I know of several cases where prayers to God changed the very direction of the winds and saved the homes of those who prayed that specific prayer. He even brought rain in a very narrow path through Corsicana and Navarro County, to help the fire-fighters put out those large fires. Will we remain faithful to God? Or will we be like the man in my illustration? In the mountains of Tennessee some have a type of religion in which people get saved in the spring, grow cold in the summer, backslide in the autumn, and fall away completely in the winter; then they get saved all over again in the spring revival. A story goes that the revival had gone on about ten days, and people knew it was nearing its climax. A certain man came into the meeting and sat in the back row. The next night he moved halfway toward the front. The third night he was sitting in the front row. The fourth night he broke out in prayer, “Lord, FILL me!” Over to one side there was a woman who knew the man well. She cautioned the Lord, “Careful, Lord! He leaks!” I close with a verse that I would encourage you to pray every morning before you begin your day to help you to be faithful and so you won’t “leak” as the man in the story. Psalm 19:14 “Let the words of my mouth and the meditation of my heart be acceptable in Your sight, O LORD, my strength and my Redeemer.” May you enjoy a blessed Thanksgiving and autumn season. Chaplain Margaret McLain, Team Penners for Christ, mmclain@hillcollege.edu


Congratulations

to all USTPA members who competed at the 2011 AQHYA World Championship and AQHA Select World Championship. 1ST: BOBBY E GRAY, RALSTON, OK, US HORSE: GANDY PRESCRIPTION, SORREL GELDING

AQHYA Ranch Sorting 1ST: CYDNEY M FREE, PORT ALLEN, LA HORSE: HEZA PEPPY FITZ, SORREL GELDING

3RD: BOBBY E GRAY, RALSTON, OK, US HORSE: BLUE BLOOD MAGIC, CHESTNUT GELDING

1ST: COREY FREE, PORT ALLEN, LA, US HORSE: SKEEZIXS STREAK, SORREL GELDING

3RD: DAVID EARL HALL, RIPLEY, OK, US HORSE: SNAPPIN KITTEN, SORREL GELDING

2ND: TRISTAN MCCORMICK, STILLWATER, OK, US HORSE: JO GATOR DOC, SORREL MARE 2ND: TRAVIS ROBERSON, GAINESVILLE, TX, US HORSE: PLAYBOY IS MY PAPA, BAY ROAN GELDING 3RD: KYLE C ROGERS, STILLWATER, OK, US HORSE: JEWELS TRINKET TAKER, SORREL GELDING 3RD: COREY FREE, PORT ALLEN, LA, US HORSE: OLE COLONEL JACKIE, CHESTNUT GELDING 4TH: MARGARET CLAIRE CHASE, BATTLE LAKE, MN, US HORSE: MECOM TO PLAY, SORREL GELDING

AQHYA Team Penning 1ST: CARRIE E DEAN, BRANDON, MS, US HORSE: DUAL PLAYGUN, CHESTNUT GELDING 1ST: TRAVIS ROBERSON, GAINESVILLE, TX, US HORSE: PLAYBOY IS MY PAPA, BAY ROAN GELDING 1ST: TRISTAN MCCORMICK, STILLWATER, OK, US HORSE: HICKORYS LAD SKEET, BAY GELDING 2ND: DANIELLE GOYER, ADAIR, OK, US HORSE: DUN STYLIN, BAY MARE 2ND: JORDAN BYRD, DUNCAN, OK, US HORSE: OKIE NEUTRAL ZONE, SORREL GELDING

Region

10 10 2 2 2 11 2 2 8 6 11 2 2 2 3

4TH: ROBERT R SALZBRENNER, WHITE DEER, TX, US HORSE: MS KING FORTY TWO, PALOMINO MARE 3RD: HALEY PAVLICK, PARKER, CO, US HORSE: SMART SANS PEACH, BAY MARE

5TH: DAVID MCCOMAS, SAINT PAUL, AR, US HORSE: ROSE ANNA REY, SORREL MARE

6TH: GIAN PAOLO D'ALVANO, TIOGA, TX, US HORSE: RJJ SPOONFULOFRIVER, RED ROAN GELDING

AQHA Select Team Penning

6TH: JORGE LUIS CID, VE HORSE: WOODYS WILD CHILD, BAY MARE

1ST: DAVID EARL HALL, RIPLEY, OK, US HORSE: SNAPPIN KITTEN, SORREL GELDING

6TH: CHRISTOPHER R TAYLOR, VE HORSE: HIGH CHEERS TO CAT, SORREL MARE

1ST: RONNIE MCCORMICK JR, STILLWATER, OK, US HORSE: HICKORYS LAD SKEET, BAY GELDING

7TH: COREY FREE, PORT ALLEN, LA, US HORSE: JERRYS SMART MINIME, SORREL GELDING

1ST: BOBBY E GRAY, RALSTON, OK, US HORSE: BLUE BLOOD MAGIC, CHESTNUT GELDING

7TH: KYLE C ROGERS, STILLWATER, OK, US HORSE: MERADA JAZZ, CHESTNUT GELDING

2ND: RONNIE MCCORMICK JR, STILLWATER, OK, US HORSE: JO GATOR DOC, SORREL MARE

7TH: CYDNEY M FREE, PORT ALLEN, LA, US HORSE: BLACK PAT IN LEATHER, BLACK MARE

2ND: VIRGIL BINGHAM, BURLESON, TX, US HORSE: SOLID GOLD ROLLER, PALOMINO MARE

10TH: AUSTIN W WOODS, MORRISON, OK, US HORSE: LUCKY LITTLE ACRE, SORREL MARE

2ND: WILLIAM E LAWLESS, MOUNTAIN HOME, AR, US HORSE: UNO BLACKIE, BLACK MARE

AQHA Select Ranch Sorting

8TH: CHERYL A KROUSE, ROCHESTER, WA, US HORSE: HAIDAS ARISTOCRAT, CHESTNUT GELDING

1ST: WILLIAM E LAWLESS, MOUNTAIN HOME, AR, US HORSE: UNO BLACKIE, BLACK MARE

8TH: GARY F ROGERS, STILLWATER, OK, US HORSE: MERADA JAZZ, CHESTNUT GELDING

USTPA Suspended Person Report Member

Rick Avara Mark Breese Patti Brehm Bill Brown Terri Conner Tori Earls Tony Field Bob Fry Bill Geisel Lucas Kosorok Ronnie Lampkin John Long John Long Eduardo Martinez Justin McCurdy

Hometown

Yukon, OK Solomon, KS Richmond, TX Seminole, TX Evadale, TX Wesson, MS Springtown, TX Houston, TX Mitchell, ONT Lafayette, CO Vicksburg, MS Dallas, TX Liberty Hill, TX Spring , TX Eros, LA

1 6 8 2 10 3 2 2

Region

2 10 2 10 3

Brad Petersen Roger Pulver Jacqueline Smith Tanner Stovall Jennifer Swaggerty Justin Swarthout Brad Williams Cole Williams

Tucson, AZ Erie, CO Atco, NJ Burleson, TX Stockton, MO Huntsville, AR Mason, TX Mason, TX

Members on Cash Only Basis Member

Tom Field Cathy Lowe Aimee Parker Pam Robertson John Henry Vaughn

Hometown

Springtown, TX Cassville, MO Dayton, TX Sayre, OK Port Allen, LA

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