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Pinto Horse Fall 2013

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THE OFFICIAL PUBLICATION OF THE PINTO HORSE ASSOCIATION OF AMERICA, INC.

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Jessica’s Boots 16 PtHA Members put on a donation drive in honor of Sandy Hook Victim, Jessica Rekos Color Breed Congress: Are You Ready? 20 Everything you need to know for the 2013 Color Breed Congress Awards 24

Regulars Editor’s Edition Office Outlook Corrections Facebook Q&A

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Association Business Contact Us Award Programs Photo Contest Rules Hey Youth! Heritage Foundation News and Donors Charter Contacts Show Dates - OCAP Shows Show Dates - PtHA Approved Shows Photo Contest Entry Form Disciplinary Actions

Promotion

On The Trail PtHA Convention Pinto Youth Advertiser’s Index Pinto Solid Registry Color Breed Congress

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OFFICE STAFF ADMINISTRATION Executive Vice President/Chief Operating Officer Darrell L. Bilke Administrative Assistant/Performance/Judges Kim Hall | khall@pinto.org | extension 216 Controller/Human Resources/Member Services/Foundation Dorothy Fread | dfread@pinto.org | extension 225 Information Technology Fred Kinder | fkinder@pinto.org | extension 218 ACCOUNTING Controller/Accounts Payable Dorothy Fread | dfread@pinto.org | extension 225 Accounts Receivable Bonnie Billotte | bbillotte@pinto.org | extension 209 Paula Simmons | psimmons@pinto.org | extension 210 HERITAGE FOUNDATION Dorothy Fread | dfread@pinto.org | extension 225 INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY Director Fred Kinder, Jr. | fkinder@pinto.org | extension 218 IT Department Dan Ocenas | docenas@pinto.org JUDGES Judges/Color Breed Council Kim Hall | khall@pinto.org | extension 216 COMMUNICATIONS/MARKETING Publication Editor/Website/Graphics/Advertising/Media/Social Media/Corporate Partners Amanda Bradley | abradley@pinto.org | extension 219 Coporate Partner Contact Dave Jordan | djordan@pinto.org | 719-761-3962 MEMBER SERVICES Charter Diane Daugherty | ddaugherty@pinto.org | extension 222 Forms and Promotional Items Request Debbie Weir | dweir@pinto.org | extension 226 Membership Paula Simmons | psimmons@pinto.org | extension 210 PERFORMANCE DEPARTMENT Points/World Show & Congress Entries Shauna Ford | sford@pinto.org | extension 221 Shows/On The Trail/OCAP Diane Daugherty | ddaugherty@pinto.org | extension 222 World Show & Congress/Pinto Pays Program Kim Hall | khall@pinto.org | extension 216 Youth & Amateur Kim Hall | khall@pinto.org | extension 216 REGISTRATION DEPARTMENT Registrations/Leases/Transfers/Field Representatives/Stallion Breeding Reports Debbie Weir | dweir@pinto.org | extension 226 SPECIAL EVENTS Convention/World Show and Congress Stalling Kim Hall | khall@pinto.org | extension 216 World Show and Congress Trade Show Dorothy Fread | dfread@pinto.org | extension 225 INTERNATIONAL Kim Hall | info@eurpinto.com | extension 216 International Website | www.eurpinto.com

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE PRESIDENT Gary Streator W Jefferson, OH 614-989-7246 PRESIDENT-ELECT Wendy Davidson Monroe, WA 360-794-1602 IMD. PAST PRESIDENT Barbara Hulsey Edmond, OK 405-341-4980 SR COMMITTEE MEMBER Sue Ellen Parker Burkburnett, TX 940-569-2177 SECOND COMMITTEE MEMBER Roger Altman Eaton Rapids, MI 810-247-0181 THIRD COMMITTEE MEMBER Kathleen Gallagher Derry, NH 603-432-4729 PAST PRESIDENTS Nancy Bredemeier Atwater, OH, (330)325-7506 Carl Cousins Millington, MI, (989) 871-4449 Mahlon Bauman Buffalo, MN, (763) 684-0475 Jim Isley Reidsville, NC, (336)342-4804 John Humphrey Jones, OK, (405) 396-8444 George Martin Franklin, KY, (570) 971-4421 Chris Theiler Albuquerque, NM, (505) 821-5642 Jean Andrews Fremont, NE, (402) 721-4068 Don Greenlee Urbana, IN, (260)774-3719 Gerald Milburn Edmond, OK, (405) 513-8023 Joe Grissom Frankfort, IN (765)242-4644 Executive Vice President/COO Darrell Bilke Bethany, OK, (405) 491-0111 Youth Organization Officers President Morgan Vance, Oklahoma Vice President Jessica Davidson, Washington Secretary Hannah Berg, Nebraska Treasurer Kylie Ritchie, Oklahoma Reporter Madison Vance, Oklahoma

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The dropping temperatures herald wonderful things to come — cozy sweaters and brisk breezes, football games, steaming cups of apple cider, gorgeous amber-colored leaves crowning the trees on your evening trail ride. The arrival of fall means one thing in particular for the Pinto Horse Association: It’s almost time for the Color Breed Congress! This year, the staff is excited to take on new events and see new and old faces, alike. The Western Dressage World Show and the Ranch Horse Sorting National Championship are sure to be a hit, as is the Congress, itself. As you begin your packing list and put the finishing touches on your horse’s braids, please don’t hesitate to give us a call. We are happy to help with any last minute questions. See ya’ll in Tulsa! Amanda Bradley

Editor, Pinto

Horse

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PUBLISHER Pinto Horse Association of America, Inc. 7330 NW 23rd Street • Bethany, OK 73008-5134 (405) 491-0111 • www.pinto.org Executive Vice President & COO: Darrell L. Bilke Editor: Amanda Bradley

Advertising & Editorial Inquiries Pinto Horse 7330 NW 23rd Street, Bethany, OK 73008 (405) 491-0111 • magazine@pinto.org PINTO HORSE is published online 4 times per year — January, April, July and October, as well as one printed issue in August — by the Pinto Horse Association of America, Inc., 7330 NW 23rd Street, Bethany, OK 730085134. Pinto Horse is the official publication of the Pinto Horse Association of America, Inc. The magazine is dedicated to the advancement and improvement of the breeding and performance of the Pinto horse. The magazine’s purpose is to promote educational, scientific and informative material for the benefit of Pinto horse owners. Unsolicited manuscripts and photographs are welcomed, 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 Pinto Horse office. Staff of Pinto Horse and the Pinto Horse Association of America, Inc. are not responsible for opinions and statements expressed in signed articles or paid advertisements. PtHA reserves the right to edit or refuse any advertising or editorial copy that is deemed to be not in the best interest of members or the PtHA. Pinto Horse 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. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Each Pinto World Championship owner and/or exhibitor will be sent a copy of the pertinent years “Results Issue.” For all others interested in obtaining a copy, Single Copy Price—$8 plus shipping. Adver­tising rates available upon request. Please visit www.pinto. org/magazine for all online publications. POSTMASTER: send address changes to Pinto Horse magazine, 7330 NW 23rd Street, Bethany, OK 73008-5134.

For the latest news, find us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/ pintohorseassociation and follow us on Twitter at www.twitter.com/ pintohorseassoc. If you Instagram, follow us @pintohorse and hashtag #PtHA #Pinto

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The change in seasons brings a change in the atmosphere at the Pinto Horse Association Office as the staff and I make plans to head to Tulsa and present another successful horse show. The Color Breed Congress is almost here; are you ready? This year, the $4,000 worth of scholarship money is back - $1,000 to the top overall youth in each breed division. The show will take place November 5-10, 2013. We are excited to welcome the Western Dressage Association of America’s World Show and the Ranch Horse Sorting National Championship to the line up, as well. These events will occur just before the CBC, Nov. 2-3. Once again, the Built Ford Tough Livestock Complex in Tulsa, Okla. will play host for all. I am looking forward to seeing the Pinto Family yet again, as well as the other breed associations and disciplines that will be in attendance. I know the show will be packed with excellent exhibitors, friendly faces and top-notch competition. As always, the experience will be one of a kind. I encourage all members to join us in Tulsa for another outstanding event presented by the Pinto Horse Association of America, Inc. See you there!

Happy Trails!

Darrell L. Bilke Executive Vice President & Chief Operating Officer

November 2-3, 2013 WDAA World Show Ranch Sorting National Championship Tulsa, Okla. November 5 - 10, 2013 Color Breed Congress Tulsa, Okla. January 1, 2014 Membership Renewals Due January 15. 2014 Scholarship Applications Due March 5-10, 2014 PtHA Annual Convention Oklahoma City, Okla. April 1, 2014 Charter Renewals Due April 15, 2014 Zone Rivalry Deadline June 8, 2014 * PtHA Youth Conference Tulsa, Okla. June 9-21, 2014 Pinto World Championship Tulsa, Okla. * Tentative Dates

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TRAIL On The Trail rewards riders for spending time with their best friend, their Pinto horse. Time can be spent trail riding, driving, participating in parades, drill teams, therapeutic riding, enjoying riding lessons, or any other non-competitive activity. Double points may be earned by riding or driving in national and state parks, grasslands, or historic areas, as well as taking part in official PtHA Trail Rides. Certificates, patches and/or awards are earned by those who make milestone achievements in this program. Simply print out an Enrollment Form from www.pinto.org and send it in to the PtHA Office with the one-time enrollment fee of $35, and you are ready to get on the trail! For more information visit www.pinto.org or call the PtHA Office at 405-491-0111.

*Must be a current PtHA Member. Horse must be a registered Pinto (Solid Pintos are allowed).

a w a rd program s YEAR END AWARDS The highest point earners of the year will take home custom Dale Chavez Saddles. The award will be calculated by ROM points earned at PtHA approved shows from Jan. 1 – Dec. 31. The award will be given to the highest point earner in three divisions: Youth 18 & Under, Amateur 19 & Over and Open Pinto. For the youth and amateur division, the award will be calculated for units only. A unit is defined by the PtHA rulebook as one youth/one Pinto or one amateur/one Pinto. Ties within a division will be broken as follows: the first tie will be awarded to the unit that earned points in the greatest number of PtHA approved local shows, the second tie will be awarded to the unit that earned points in the greatest number of PtHA ROM-pointed classes, subsequent ties will be awarded to the unit with the most first place point-earning wins, second place point-earning wins, etc. To be eligible: Exhibitor must be a member in good standing with PtHA. The Pinto must be registered in PtHA’s regular registry. The following will not count toward the high point award: Points earned at the Pinto World Championship Show. Points earned from the average card at a Jubilee show. Points earned from a Novice, costume, leadline, walk/trot, produce of dam, get of sire, color, grand and reserve halter class or any other non-point earning class. The award: A Dale Chavez saddle will be given in each division. The saddle will be presented at the Annual PtHA Convention. Award saddles are not redeemable for cash. Forfeited prizes will become property of PtHA and/or Dale Chavez Company.

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Open Hunter Type Horse High Point Champion

Pinto: I Want That One Owner: Tracy L Hull Details: Bay Overo Sire: All Time Fancy Dam: Shes Miss California What it took to win: OP English Pleasure HN Seat HN Type, OP English Pleasure HN Seat 5 & Under, OP English Pleasure HN Seat ST/HN Type Horse Stallions/Geldings In the Exhibitor’s Words: After having such an enjoyable time at the 2012 PWC show, Tracy made it a priority to return this year. She was thrilled when Derek won two World, one third, and one fourth in English riding events with Virginia Williams in the irons and a Reserve World Champion in Driving with Brian Holmes. Tracy herself won two Amateur World Champion titles in English riding events and a Reserve in Driving. She was truly honored to have Derek win the high point English horse award. Tracy would like to thank her husband and son Carl and Russell Engelman for their unfailing support while she is away showing. She also would like to thank her parents Keith and Lucy Hull and her sister Shelly Hull who still accompany her to shows and cheer her on. Thanks also to Rusty Miller, Virginia Williams, and Brian Holmes for training and preparing Derek. Lastly thanks to all the horse show supporters at the PWC: Connie, Brian, Gerry, Tom, Jen, Mariah, Gemma, and Spike.

Zone Invitational MINI PONY CHAMPION Tiger Mania & Jessica Davidson Zone 1 - Washington 2. MAJOR CLIFF REDD & CHAUN MERKENS ZONE 3 - NORTH DAKOTA 3. D M KING REO & LISA JOSTAD ZONE 3 - NORTH DAKOTA

174 AM Sr - English Pleasure, ST/HN Type (TT)

WORLD CHAMPION: I WANT THAT ONE / TRACY HULL / TRACY L HULL RESERVE WORLD CHAMPION: A LIKELY SENSATION / JODIE NOLEN / JODIE NOLEN Pl Horse/Exhibitor/Owner or Lessee 3 GOT TO LUV IT / BRENDA L BALL / BRENDA L BALL 4 ALL THE RIGHT MOVES / GERRY W LANCASTER / GERRY W LANCASTER 5 MAGNIFCENTCONCLUSION / SHANNON N WHALEN / SHANNON N WHALEN 6 SPECIAL SON OF A GUN / DESIREE HERCHEK / DESIREE HERCHEK 7 ONE FANCY DREAM / TRACY L SHULTZ / TRACY L SHULTZ 8 LETSGETREADYTOPARTE / CHELBY D PROCTOR / CHELBY D PROCTOR 9 IM ALL ABOUT CHARISMA / MARY KELLNERSTEPHAN / MARY KELLNER-STEPHAN 10 CDF NEW YORK NY / JEANNIE LIPPHARD / JEANNIE LIPPHARD

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72 OP - Hunter Under Saddle, HN Seat, 5 & under (NSBA)

WORLD CHAMPION: I WANT THAT ONE / VIRGINIA A WILLIAMS (NSBA) / TRACY L HULL RESERVE WORLD CHAMPION: ALL TOO PRETTY / SHANA RAY (NSBA) / SHANA RAY Pl Horse/Exhibitor/Owner or Lessee 3 LIVING LARGE / SHANNON C GILLESPIE (NSBA) / JULIE A MARWEG 4 TIME TO BE CLASSY / LAURA SPELL (NSBA) / RONALD AND LAURIE WILSON 5 INVITATION TIME / CASSIE RIGGERT (NSBA) / CASSIE RIGGERT 6 INVITATION ONLY / JENNA L HYDE (NSBA) / RUTH M GRAY 7 GOT FANCY / RUSTY MILLER (NSBA) / CONNIE M RUNKLE 8 I GOT EM TALKIN / MASON K LYON (NSBA) / DOMINIC DESTEFANO 9 CDF NEW YORK NY / BROOKE C DIXON / JEANNIE LIPPHARD 10 REAL HOT KRYMSUN / BECKY GEORGE (NSBA) / MAGGIE GRIFFIN

282 YA Leadline - Walk/Trot English Equitation

WORLD CHAMPION: MY FANCY VALENTINE / NICOLE M HIGGINS / SAUNDRA HIGGINS RESERVE WORLD CHAMPION: DIAMONDSNGOLD / SIENA J HOLYOAK / STACEY HOLYOAK Pl Horse/Exhibitor/Owner or Lessee 3 DESIGNABREEZE / ALYSSA P SHABER / STACIE E SHABER 4 HEZA POCO PAINT / ALYSSA STOENER / CHAD ARRINGTON 5 HEZA SNAZZY PLAYBOY / SAWYER L COFIELD / CHRISTEN DORSA/ S & G COFIELD 6 B MR MACHINE / EMMA K GOFFARD / RACHEL GOFFARD 7 DUN N GOLD / SYDNEY E SIDANI / TAYLOR & SYDNEY SIDANI /OLIVIA SHAR


223 OP - English Pleasure, HN Seat, ST/HN Type Horse, Stallions/Geldings

WORLD CHAMPION: I WANT THAT ONE / VIRGINIA A WILLIAMS / TRACY L HULL RESERVE WORLD CHAMPION: FOUR THE GLORY / SHANA RAY / LAUREN G ZADDACK Pl Horse/Exhibitor/Owner or Lessee 3 LOCKE LEGAL N SCOTCH / SHELLEY M LUNDE / JODY L PUNO 4 SUM LIKE IT HOT / JESSICA A KOPP / JESSICA A KOPP 5 JOURNEY OVER A STAR / KIM RICHWINE-GATELY / ALYSSA C HILL 6 WHO SEZ / ROGER D DEROMEDI / BARBARA D MESSINGER 7 U NEEK TOUCH / ARIEL C SMITH / ARIEL C SMITH 8 ALL OR NOTHIN / HEATHER BROWER / JAMES JORGENSEN 9 IM BIG TIME DIRTY / JULIE A THOMPSON-MARTELL / HEATHER AND JOHN KNYCH 10 CDF NEW YORK NY / BROOKE C DIXON / JEANNIE LIPPHARD

239 AM Sr - Hunter Under Saddle, HN Seat (NSBA) WORLD CHAMPION: I WANT THAT ONE / TRACY HULL (NSBA) / TRACY L HULL RESERVE WORLD CHAMPION: HEZ GOT IT GO N ON / DIANE LUCKEY / DIANE T LUCKEY Pl

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DOINTHELONESOMETHING / SHERRY MAHAFFEY (NSBA) / STEPHEN OR SHERRY MAHAFFEY ALL THE RIGHT MOVES / GERRY W LANCASTER / GERRY W LANCASTER GOT TO LUV IT / BRENDA L BALL (NSBA) / BRENDA L BALL A LIKELY SENSATION / JODIE NOLEN / JODIE NOLEN AWESOME ALL THE TIME / LYNN M WASSON (NSBA) / LYNN M WASSON FOOL OF IRONY / CYNDI A CONLEY / CYNDI A CONLEY IM ALL ABOUT CHARISMA / MARY KELLNERSTEPHAN (NSBA) / MARY KELLNER-STEPHAN LETSGETREADYTOPARTE / CHELBY D PROCTOR / CHELBY D PROCTOR

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where is your favorite fall trail riding spot? “The black hills national forest in Southampton, S.D.! Our show horses absolutely love the trails!” -Sonya Coneley

“The Great Alaska Pipeline. It practically runs through our backyard in North Pole, Ala. Beautiful scenery and wildlife every time. ” -Lindsey Rising

“I just love going through corn fields after they have been harvested.” -Austin Pappan

“The Ozark Mountains. The leaves are starting to turn colors and the wildlife is everywhere.” -Olivia Leigh Sharp

“The Wisconsin Dells. The river is beautiful and when you’re on top of the hills you can see all different types of colors - red, yellow, green and brown! It’s the perfect temperature and so much fun.” -Kathryn Bohmann

“I love to trail ride on the Polly Ann trail here in Mich.! all the colors of the trees are so pretty in the fall and at the end of the trail theres a lake the horses can swim in!” -Alexis Morales

“Sangre De Christo Mountains, so I can enjoy the Aspens changing to gold.” -Dave Jordan

“I’m blessed that my horse lives at an awesome barn with some awesome trails in N.Y. The scenery is perfect and the hills are great for building my show horse’s strength!” -Kelsey Keathly

“We live in the Rocky Mountains of Colo., surrounded on all four sides by mountains. Riding the top of the mountain that we live on gives us a view like no other. You can see the Aspens turning, lots of evergreen trees, blue spruce mixed in with the landscape, with the beautiful blue skies overhead stuff dreams are made of.” -Rita Tupa

“Campbell Valley Park, Langley, British Columbia, Canada! It’s got everything: view, hills, and lots of crunchy, colourful leaves. You’re all invited.” -Cassandra Lollie

“The Kiamichi Mountains in Southeast Oklahoma. The views are breathtaking. And, if you’re lucky, you might even see the heard of wild horses with a Pinto Stallion as their leader!” -Amanda Bradley

“Florida, year round! Even though we live in the shadow of Disney World & Universal Studios, we have kept our many acres of farm land. It is beautiful and undeveloped, so my horses love the trek!” -Lori Daniels

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2013 PtHA Photo Contest

Official Rules - Entry Deadline - Postmarked Dec. 1, 2013 • Judging will be based on subject, creatity and composition. • Contest is open to amateur and professional photographers of all ages. • Photographers may enter up to 10 photographs. Photos must be entered by photographer only. • Entries MUST be 8” x 10” in size and printed on photo quality paper. Do not mount photos on mat board. • All entries must have official entry form taped to back of photo or emailed with entry. • Submit photos in a protective envelope or photo mailer, or email to magazine@pinto.org, Subject: Photo Contest. Emailed photos MUST be high resolution (300 dpi). • All photos must portray a registered Pinto(s). If photo is a group of horses, at least one must be a Pinto. • Digital enhancement is not permitted, except cropping and resizing. • All entries become property of the PtHA and will not be returned. Entry in contest constitutes permission for PtHA to use prints for publication. • All photographs will be judged anonymously. Photos and entry forms will be numbered upon receipt. Judges will not know who the winners are until the numbers are matched with entry forms. • All reasonable care will be taken with handling entries. PtHA cannot be held responsible for damage to or loss of photos. Submission of entry constitutes entrant’s consent to, and agreement with, these rules. • Winning photographs will be featured in the Winter 2014 issue of Pinto Horse Magazine, as well as on www.pinto.org. The first place winner will have their photograph featured on the cover of the magazine. Entry form can be found on page 55 of this issue and at www.pinto.org/magazine.

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THE F I RS T- CLAS S E XP E RI ENCES AR E T HE S AM E. It’s Everything Else That’s Different.

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Home of the Color Breed Congress VisitTulsa and Expo Square welcome the 2013 Color Breed Congress. Tulsa offers the amazing experiences of a large city. But since we didn’t build them as tourist attractions, you can enjoy the world-class art, concerts, shopping and more with an up-close-andpersonal feel. Just like a local. Start planning your trip now at VisitTulsa.com.

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It was a hot, sticky day in Newton, Conn., as half a dozen horse-crazy girls gathered for daily activities at “Jessica’s Camp,” a scholarship based camp at King’s Bridge Farm in Newton, Conn. The program provides riding lessons and equine activities for children whose families cannot afford it and is a branch of the Jessica Rekos Memorial Fund. Jessica Rekos was one of the 26 victims of the tragedy that overtook Sandy Hook Elementary School in December of 2012. She was an avid rider at King’s Bridge Farm, and had asked Santa for a new pair of boots and a hat for Christmas

A f t e r hearing about Jessica’s Christmas wish on the radio, Pinto Horse Association of America members Mindy Chernoff of Newtown Square, Pa., and Stephanie Heim of Woodbury, N.J., started a donation drive entitled, “Jessica’s Boots,” in honor of Jessica and her love for horses. The pair represented the New Jersey Pinto Horse Club, of which Chernoff is Vice President. Wanting to do something for the suffering and sadness they felt, the team started collecting items for the donation drive. “It was so fresh and raw in our minds and hearts, as well as with the rest of the country,” Chernoff said. “When Steph and I heard that [Jessica Rekos loved all things horsey and wanted boots for Christmas], it was as if a light was lit underneath us, almost a holy fire.” Over a seven-month period, they gathered donations of every kind. The team got the word out via phone calls, emails, radio shout outs, flyers and by word of mouth through personal con-

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tacts. Local tack stores, other stables, families whose children had outgrown their show clothes, and even boot repair shops donated all kinds of “horsey” items to the cause. “I was so grateful for the donations,” Chernoff said. “I got boxes and boxes and bags of items: halters, bridles, saddle pads, blankets, even a saddle!” Although the donations poured in quickly, Chernoff and Heim faced struggles when it came to delivering the items. “We were so excited about gathering these items to bring up north,” Chernoff said. “We wanted the parents to know, to get their blessing for the name ‘Jessica’s Boots,’ to encourage them. My intentions may have been good, but my timing was terrible and very insensitive. The pain and suffering they were experiencing there was way too raw for any outside interference.” After weeks of anxiously waiting, Chernoff was able to get in touch with Annette Sullivan from Zoar Ridge Stables in Sandy Hook, Conn., who had once experienced a tragic loss herself. “When, tragedy strikes,” Sullivan told Chernoff, “Family and friends come out of the woodwork to help you. You appreciate the help, but then you get overwhelmed. You wish it would be quiet. Eventually, they go away and it gets quiet. You appreciate the quiet. But then, it stays quiet. And you are sad and left with your loneli-

Above: Jessica’s Camp attendees along with Montana Calloway, Jessica’s riding instructor and Waffles, Jessica’s favorite pony. Photo by: Christin Funicella.


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ness, and it is ing the correct answer, they would painful. hand out lead ropes. Chernoff decid“I was so thrilled by how well the ed that was when they kids responded,” said Chernoff. “They wanted to go to Sandy Hook, were having just as much fun as we so the families and friends knew were! That was a sweet moment.” they were not forgotten, that they are According the Chernoff, one of the remembered. best parts of the experience was the Sullivan put Chernoff in touch unknown of it all. with Montana Calloway, Jessica’s rid“Who were we, after all, to come ing instructor, and on the sweltering on in with a huge vehicle and hand out hot day of July 19, Chernoff and Heim items to total strangers?” She asked. loaded up a 4-horse trailer with the “How would we be received? It was donations and frightening, as headed north well as excitto King’s Bridge ing. However, Farm. They disonce we got tributed all the there and bedonated items gan handing out to the stable the items, it was and campers, amazing! To see in honor of Jesthe looks on the -Mindy Chernoff sica. kid’s faces, to “The whole see the smiles experience was heart changing,” Heim on the parent’s faces, there are simply said, “One little girl came up to me and no words for that kind of joy and giftgave me the biggest hug I have ever ing.” had from a child. I had to hold back my After the campers left, Chernoff tears.” and Heim were able to sit down with Chernoff and Heim turned the do- Calloway and talk about Jessica. nation into a learning experience for “We spoke of a little girl who is the campers by asking questions like, with us no more, but loved Waffles “When you lead a horse, what do you the pony just as much as any of us use to lead them?” Then, upon receiv- love our mounts,” Chernoff said. “To

“To see the looks on the kid’s faces, to see the smiles on the parent’s faces, there are simply no words for that kind of joy and gifting.”

me, that was one of the most precious moments. Just trying to ease the pain and ache of a terrible loss.” The strength of Calloway and the others at King’s Bridge Farm is something to behold. “We got to meet these incredibly strong women that deal with this tragedy every day,” Heim said. “My heart goes out to them. All of the people we met welcomed us with open arms and smiles. That was all we needed.” “They went through unspeakable tragedy,” Chernoff said, “Yet, there they were, laughing, smiling, loving the ponies at the stable and loving the entire event.” By donating their time, handing out the donations and sharing their love to King’s Bridge Farm, Chernoff and Heim were able to keep Jessica’s spirit and memory alive and share her love of horses. “We will never forget, you can count on that,” Heim said. “We have made new friends and put smiles on children’s faces - who could ask for more?”

Amanda Bradley Director of Marketing & Communications Oklahoma City, Okla.

Below, Mindy Chernoff, Vice President of New Jersey Pinto, hands out “Jessica’s Boots” donations to campers at King’s Bridge Farm in Newton, Conn. Photos by: Christin Funicella.

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The Pinto Horse Association of America, Inc. is proud to announce the largest combined color horse show in the world! The Built Ford Tough Livestock Complex in Tulsa, Okla., will host the Color Breed Congress, November 2-10, 2013. Exciting additions to the Color Breed Congress are happening in 2013. This year’s show will host the first-ever Western Dressage World Show and a ranch horse sorting, held in conjunction with the Ranch Horse Sorting National Championships. The actual Color Breed Congress classes encompass four separate breed shows in one. Participating breeds include the Pinto Horse Association, Palomino Horse Breeders of America, Appaloosa Horse Club and American Buckskin Registry. In addition to specific breed classes, exhibitors from each respective breed can earn the opportunity to compete against each other in the Champion of Champion classes. This system is designed for winners from certain youth, amateur and open classes to compete against one another to distinguish the true color champion in their respective category. “The Champion of Champions classes are a great opportunity for

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exhibitors to showcase their breeds in front of the entire audience,” said Darrell Bilke, PtHA Exec. VP and COO. “What an amazing sight, seeing four breeds represented in the arena at the same time.” With an award budget of well over $150,000, awards will be abundant during the show. They include: jackets from Tioga Territory for class champions (with three or more entries), medallions for 1st-6th place in each class, Gist Silversmith custom belt buckles and Kensington Protective Products for high points. WDAA World Show participants will vie for a high point saddle, sponsored by Mike Corcoran Saddlery. Scholarships will also be given this year to the high point overall youth within each breed. A total of $4,000.00 will be evenly divided between the four breeds. The scholarships will be redeemable upon enrollment in college. Cash Challenge classes will return this year, with an estimated purse of nearly $10,000! In addition to the breeds at the show, horses registered in the following registries can participate: APHA, APHA Solid Paint-Bred and POAC. National Snaffle Bit Association dual approved classes are offered in

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the Pinto, Palomino, Buckskin and Appaloosa breed shows, including solid classes. The NSBA classes provide an opportunity to gain points in both associations and compete for more prize money. Be sure and check out the CBC Market Place, held in conjunction with the show. Over 30 vendors from across the country will be open for business. This is a great opportunity to complete that Christmas shopping or pick up a forgotten hair net while still partaking in the horse show. “The Color Breed Congress has something for everyone in the colored horse industry, we hope you are able to join us in Tulsa,” Bilke said. For more information about the 2013 Color Breed Congress, WDAA World Show or ranch horse sorting please visit the website at www.colorbreedcongress.com or contact the Pinto International Headquarters at (405) 491-0111. See you there!

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YOUTH CHAMPION

#1240 Skylar M Dahl & Bonanzas Sonny Side Trainer: Nell Tekampe Performance Horses, Richmond, Illinois Skylar M Dahl and BONANZAS SONNY SIDE (2007 Hunter Type Gelding) Sire x Dam: GO LUCKY TRADITION (PtHA) x FANCYS DAINTY ONE (APHA) Owned by: Skylar M Dahl, Oak Creek, WI.

Showing Youth, Skylar M Dahl and BONANZAS SONNY SIDE have earned a total of 423 points with 6 ROMs, including a Halter ROM. With 181 Performance points, this team has earned 2 Performance ROMs. This team has also earned 103 Equitation points with 1 Equitation ROM along with 93 Showmanship points with 2 Showmanship ROMs.

Number of Years showing Pintos: 2 13 & Under World Champion in Ideal Pinto English 2013, 13 & Under Reserve World Champion Bareback English Equitation 2013 Reserve Champion/ Hi-Point at the winter show series “West 20” show in East Troy, Wis. Several of 4-H awards throughout the years Mini horse of the year in Wisconsin 2011

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Trainer: Wiesemann Show Horses - Rachel Stallings & AJ Wiesemann, Ashland, Ohio Taylor A Wheaton and THE DREAM COME TRUE (2004 Stock Type Gelding) Owned by: Taylor A Wheaton, Medina, OH

Showing Youth, Taylor A Wheaton and THE DREAM COME TRUE have earned a total of 667 points with 10 ROMs. With 315 Performance points, this team has earned 6 Performance ROMs. This team has also earned 190 Equitation points with 2 Equitation ROMs along with 162 Showmanship points with 2 Showmanship ROMs.

YOUTH CHAMPION

#1241 Taylor A Wheaton & The Dream Come True

Number of Years showing Pintos: 3 2013 World Champion Novice Youth Trail 2013 Res. World Champion Senior Youth Bareback Horsemanship 2012 Res. World Champions Novice Youth English Showmanship, Western Showmanship, & English Equitation 2011 Res. World Champion Novice Youth Horsemanship

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AMATEUR CHAMPION

#768 Kaelyn Ziegler & Quigs Investment Trainer: Roger Altman, Eaton Rapids, Michigan Kaelyn Ziegler and QUIGS INVESTMENT (2003 Stock Type Gelding) Sire x Dam: SONNYS JOLLY (PtHA) x VESTED PREFERENCE (AQHA) Owned by: Kaelyn Ziegler, Dimondale, MI

Showing Amateur, Kaelyn Ziegler and QUIGS INVESTMENT have earned a total of 700 points with 9 ROMs. With 429 Performance points, this team has earned 5 Performance ROMs. This team has also earned 147 Equitation points with 2 Equitation ROMs along with 120 Showmanship points with 2 Showmanship ROMs.

Number of Years showing Pintos: 5 Lower Michigan Horse Association High Point Saddle winner Top Five Color Breed Congress PtHA Youth Champion PtHA Amateur Champion

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Carol Timke and DUN N COUNTRY (2007 Stock Type Mare) Sire x Dam: HIGH COUNTRY ZIPPO (APHA) x TAILORED MOONLIGHT (APHA) Owned by: Carol Timke, Prole, IA

Showing Amateur, Carol Timke and DUN N COUNTRY have earned a total of 552 points with 8 ROMs. With 310 Performance points, this team has earned 5 Performance ROMs. This team has also earned 98 Equitation points with 1 Equitation ROM along with 117 Showmanship points with 2 Showmanship ROMs.

AMATEUR CHAMPION

#770 Carol Timke & Dun n Country

Number of Years showing Pintos: 10 2012 Res. Overall High Point Am Sr. Color Breed Congress 2011 Res. Overall High Point Am Sr. Color Breed Congress ( with Zipped N Diamonds) Multiple Top 5’s at PtHA world show Multiple Top 5’s at APHA Congress 2013 Hi Point Exhibitor and Hi Point Horse 2012 & 2013 I.S.S.C.A Multiple Color Breed Congress Champions

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CHAMPION

#3025 Aur Ace High

AUR ACE HIGH (1992 Pleasure Type Gelding) Sire x Dam: AUR BOLD TRIBUTE (PtHA) x LADY ANN TIQUE (PtHA) Owned by: Britney J Johnson, Albany, OR

Showing Open, AUR ACE HIGH has earned a total of 921 points with 6 ROMs and 1 ROE, including a Halter ROM. With 776 Performance points, this horse has earned 5 Performance ROMs and 1 Performance ROE.

Number of Years showing Pintos: 18 2 x PtHA World Champion PtHA Reserve World Champion & Multiple Top 5 Placings Region IV HA/AA JOTR Western Pleasure Champion Multiple Region IV Top 5s in HA/AA JOTR Hunter & Western Pleasure

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CLUPIE DOLL (2003 Stock Type Mare) Sire x Dam: CLURIFIC (AQHA) x MEXICALI JETTA (AQHA) Owned by: Laurie Watson, Brandon, MS

Showing Open, CLUPIE DOLL has earned a total of 363 points with 2 ROMs and 1 ROE, including a Halter ROM and ROE. With 139 Performance points, this horse has earned 1 Performance ROM.

CHAMPION

#3027 Clupie Doll

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CHAMPION

#3032 S S Suga Suga

Trainer Kerry Kubacki, Howell, MI S S SUGA SUGA (2001 Pleasure Type Mare) Sire x Dam: CSF DYNASTY (PtHA) x CREATIONS MASTERPIECE (PtHA) Owned by: Lora M Hicks-Thorsby, Montrose, MI

Showing Open, S S SUGA SUGA has earned a total of 448 points with 5 ROMs, including a Halter ROM. With 378 Performance points, this horse has earned 4 Performance ROMs.

Number of Years showing Pintos: 20 2011 Reserve World Champion Hunter Pleasure, Pleasure Type Mares 2013 Reserve World Champion Show Hack 2013 Reserve World Champion Dressage, Second Level Test 3 , Reserve World Champion Western Dressage, WDAA Level 2 Test 2.

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Trainer: Cindy Weight-Carter/Rochelle Weiser/Dennise Kane, Lakeside, CA JUST WANT THE CHEX (2002 Stock Type Gelding) Sire x Dam: ZIPPO PINE CHEX (AQHA) x JUST MIST YA (AQHA) Owned by: Tera D Galea, Lakeside, CA

Showing Open, JUST WANT THE CHEX has earned a total of 188 points with 2 ROMs, including a Halter ROM. With 117 Performance points, this horse has earned 1 Performance ROM.

CHAMPION

#3034 Just Want The Chex

Number of Years showing Pintos: 5 Top 3 Junior Youth Zone 2 High Point Year End Champion - Southwest Pinto Club Top 5 Pinto World Championship Many awards in 4H in many animal divisions

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CHAMPION

#3035 Big Time Specks

Trainer: Kevin Woodford, Mt. Vernon, IA BIG TIME SPECKS (2006 Hunter Type Gelding) Sire x Dam: R BIG TIME FANCY (PtHA) x CRYSTALS CLASS ACT (APHA) Owned by: Randy And Kelly Kearn, Marion, IA

Showing Open, BIG TIME SPECKS has earned a total of 347 points with 4 ROMs, including a Halter ROM. With 237 Performance points, this horse has earned 3 Performance ROMs.

Number of Years showing Pintos: 4

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Trainer: Jill Duzan, Claypool, IN LIL PAINTED PRINCESS (2006 Miniature Mare) Sire x Dam: HUNT HOUSE FARMS ROGUES CHARMER (AMHR) x JUNE LUCKEY MARTY (AMHR) Owned by: Jill Duzan, Claypool, IN Showing Open, LIL PAINTED PRINCESS has earned a total of 283 points with 2 ROMs, including a Halter ROM. With 118 Performance points, this miniature has earned 1 Performance ROM.

CHAMPION

#3039 Lil Painted Princess

Number of Years showing Pintos: 14

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CHAMPION

#3041 R Hot Versary Bar

Trainer: Sabrina Schwietzer, Shawano, Wisconsin R HOT VERSARY BAR (2007 Stock Type Gelding) Sire x Dam: R HOT CHOCOLATE (PtHA) x BREEZIN BRIO (APHA) Owned by: Sabrina A Schwietzer, Shawano, WI

Showing Open, R HOT VERSARY BAR has earned a total of 288 points with 2 ROMs and 1 ROE, including a Halter ROM. With 214 Performance points, this horse has earned 1 Performance ROM and 1 Performance ROE.

Open ROM Halter Open ROM Tobiano Color Open ROM Western Pleasure Open ROE Western Pleasure Open points in Ideal Pinto Western AM ROM in Halter AM ROM in English Showmanship AM ROM in Western Showmanship AM ROM in Western Pleasure AM points in Western Horsemanship AM Ideal Pinto Western AM Champion 2012

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Trainer: Eliza Nicholas, Howell, MI Payton A Beard and A GOOD ASSET (2003 Stock Type Gelding) Sire x Dam: FROZEN ASSETS (APHA) x MILLS PAULA MISSY (APHA) Owned by: Deborah A Litz-Beard, Fowlerville, MI

Showing Youth, Payton A Beard and A GOOD ASSET have earned a total of 1,685 points with 12 ROMs and 1 ROE, including a Halter ROM. With 990 Performance points, this team has earned 7 Performance ROMs and 1 Performance ROE. This team has also earned 296 Equitation points with 2 Equitation ROMs along with 280 Showmanship points with 2 Showmanship ROMs.

YOUTH LEGION OF MERIT

#210 Payton A Beard & A Good Asset

Number of Years Showing Pintos: 7 Vice President of MSPB & O Youth Club

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AMATEUR LEGION OF MERIT

#158 Kathy Mccullough & Hez Tough as Nails Kathy Mccullough and HEZ TUFF AS NAILS (2002 Pleasure Type Pony Gelding) Owned by: Kathy Mccullough, Auburn, NY

Showing Amateur, Kathy Mccullough and HEZ TUFF AS NAILS have earned a total of 1,688 points with 8 ROMs and 4 ROEs, including a Halter ROM and ROE. With 520 Performance points, this team has earned 4 Performance ROMs and 1 Performance ROE. This team has also earned 121 Equitation points with 1 Equitation ROM along with 587 Showmanship points with 2 Showmanship ROMs and 2 Showmanship ROEs.

Number of Years Showing Pintos: 50+ Numerous state and national awards. High Point Pony and High Point Amateur Pony/Mini at numerous shows #1 Amateur in Zone 7 several times

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Joanna C Hansen and WOULDNT THAT BE LUCKY (1996 Stock Type Gelding) Owned by: Joanna C Hansen, Bend, OR

Showing Amateur, Joanna C Hansen and WOULDNT THAT BE LUCKY have earned a total of 1,135 points with 10 ROMs and 1 ROE, including a Halter ROM. With 444 Performance points, this team has earned 5 Performance ROMs and 1 Performance ROE. This team has also earned 236 Equitation points with 2 Equitation ROMs along with 308 Showmanship points with 2 Showmanship ROMs.

AMATEUR LEGION OF MERIT

#210 Joanna C Hansen & Wouldn’t That Be Lucky

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AMATEUR LEGION OF MERIT

#163 Sylvia Christiansen & Irresistably Famous Sylvia Christiansen and IRRESISTABLY FAMOUS (1999 Stock Type Mare) Sire x Dam: HES COMPLETE (AQHA) x COULD BE FAMOUS (AQHA) Owned by: Sylvia Christiansen, Hartland, MN

Showing Amateur, Sylvia Christiansen and IRRESISTABLY FAMOUS have earned a total of 1,805 points with 11 ROMs and 5 ROEs, including a Halter ROM. With 781 Performance points, this team has earned 6 Performance ROMs and 2 Performance ROEs. This team has also earned 370 Equitation points with 2 Equitation ROMs and 1 Equitation ROE along with 555 Showmanship points with 2 Showmanship ROMs and 2 Showmanship ROEs.

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Trainer: Kathy Howe, Portland, OR HYNOON PISTOLERO (2003 Miniature Gelding) Sire x Dam: RIVENBURGHS SUPREME FIESTA (AMHR) x BRISTOL PEPPERJUANA (PtHA) Owned by: Laura A Fowler, Apple Valley, CA Showing Open, HYNOON PISTOLERO has earned a total of 751 points with 6 ROMs and 2 ROEs, including a Halter ROM and ROE. With 551 Performance points, this miniature has earned 5 Performance ROMs and 1 Performance ROE.

LEGION OF MERIT

#468 Hynoon Pistolero

Number of Years Showing Pinto: 10 2012 Pacific Coast Pinto Dual Show Res. Hi Point Mini B (first show), Hi-Point B (second show) and Reserve Hi-Point B (combined two shows). High Point Mini for High Desert Pinto Mothers Day Jubilee

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LEGION OF MERIT

#469 Semi Automatic Trigger

SEMI AUTOMATIC TRIGGER (2001 Miniature Stallion) Sire x Dam: TRELEAWA BARISTER (WCMHR) x TRELEAWA STELLA DORO (WCMHR) Owned by: Donna L Doxey, Shortsville, NY

Showing Open, SEMI AUTOMATIC TRIGGER has earned a total of 1,491 points with 7 ROMs and 5 ROEs, including a Halter ROM and ROE. With 1,290 Performance points, this miniature has earned 6 Performance ROMs and 4 Performance ROEs.

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DESIRES FANCY LEGACY (2006 Miniature Mare) Sire x Dam: BZS LEGACY (AMHR) x HIDDEN MEADOWS DESIRE (AMHR) Owned by: Klair Thomas, Brush Prairie, WA

Showing Open, DESIRES FANCY LEGACY has earned a total of 1,119 points with 8 ROMs and 3 ROEs, including a Halter ROM and ROE. With 917 Performance points, this miniature has earned 7 Performance ROMs and 2 Performance ROEs.

LEGION OF MERIT

#471 Desires Fancy Legacy

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LEGION OF MERIT

#472 Triple Oak Guenevere

Trainer: Barbara McDonald, Olympia, WA TRIPLE OAK GUENEVERE (2005 Miniature Mare) Sire x Dam: FLF RAIDERS LITTLE SIDE KICK (AMHR) x FLF DREAM CATCHER (AMHR) Owned by: James P Campbell, Olympia, WA

Showing Open, TRIPLE OAK GUENEVERE has earned a total of 1,419 points with 9 ROMs and 2 ROEs, including a Halter ROM and ROE. With 1,129 Performance points, this miniature has earned 8 Performance ROMs and 1 Performance ROE.

Number of Years Showing Pintos: 7 Past President and member of PtHA of Western Washington Many show and year-end high point awards.

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Trainer: Dawn Gilbert, Hastings, NY RAISIN KANE N VEGAS (2005 Hunter Type Gelding) Sire x Dam: ELVIS BEEN SPOTTED (APHA) x LEAGUERS RAISIN KANE (AQHA) Owned by: Priscilla A Nisiewicz, Cicero, NY

Showing Open, RAISIN KANE N VEGAS has earned a total of 925 points with 5 ROMs and 3 ROEs, including a Halter ROM and ROE. With 716 Performance points, this horse has earned 4 Performance ROMs and 2 Performance ROEs.

LEGION OF MERIT

#473 Raisin Kane n Vegas

Number of Years Showing Pinto: 14 2011 Hoot Lane Memorial Recipient and Coosa Lena High Point Hunter Horse. Multiple Top 5 finishes at the Pinto World Championship 2X Reserve Congress Champion and Reserve NSBA at Color Breed Congress

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AMATEUR SUPREME CHAMPION

#119 Gretchen Lindgren King & Renegad’s TNT Trainer: Vicki Lindgren Training, Gig Harbor, WA Gretchen Lindgren-King and RENEGADS TNT (1993 Pleasure Type Gelding) Sire x Dam: THUNDERS RENEGADE (PtHA) x SNOW CREEK EASTER (AHR) Owned by: Vicki/Gretchen Lindgren, Gig Harbor , WA

Showing Amateur, Gretchen Lindgren-King and RENEGADS TNT have earned a total of 1,421 points with 10 ROMs and 3 ROEs. With 732 Performance points, this team has earned 6 Performance ROMs and 1 Performance ROE. This team has also earned 367 Equitation points with 2 Equitation ROMs and 2 Equitation ROEs along with 322 Showmanship points with 2 Showmanship ROMs.

Number of Years showing Pintos: 13 Multiple Show Highpoints HOY Placings Year-End High Points

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Trainer: Roger Altman, Eaton Rapids, MI Rachel A Papoi and QUIGS BIG BEN (2001 Hunter Type Gelding) Sire x Dam: SONNYS JOLLY (PtHA) x LUCKS EASY CUSTUS (AQHA) Owned by: Rachel A Papoi, Charlotte, MI

Showing Amateur, Rachel A Papoi and QUIGS BIG BEN have earned a total of 1,975 points with 7 ROMs and 6 ROEs. With 1,278 Performance points, this team has earned 4 Performance ROMs and 4 Performance ROEs. This team has also earned 152 Equitation points with 1 Equitation ROM along with 541 Showmanship points with 2 Showmanship ROMs and 2 Showmanship ROEs.

AMATEUR SUPERIOR PERFORMANCE

#52 Rachel A Papoi & Quigs Big Ben

Number of Years Showing Pinto: 8 2010 Reserve World Champ AM JR Ideal Pinto English 2010 Congress Champ Ideal Pinto English 2010 PtHA Amateur Championship 2011 World Champ AM JR Ideal Pinto English

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AMATEUR SUPERIOR PERFORMANCE

#53 Carolyn Kohlbeck & Shocking Assets Carolyn Kohlbeck and SHOCKING ASSETS (2004 Hunter Type Gelding) Sire x Dam: HES GOT THE ASSETS (PtHA) x TRULY SARHA (APHA) Owned by: Carolyn Kohlbeck, Muskegon, MI

Showing Amateur, Carolyn Kohlbeck and SHOCKING ASSETS have earned a total of 3,428 points with 13 ROMs and 11 ROEs, including a Halter ROM. With 2,115 Performance points, this team has earned 8 Performance ROMs and 7 Performance ROEs. This team has also earned 478 Equitation points with 2 Equitation ROMs and 2 Equitation ROEs along with 762 Showmanship points with 2 Showmanship ROMs and 2 Showmanship ROEs.

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Trainer: Roger Altman, Eaton Rapids, MI Kari Mckelvie and FREESTYLING (2006 Hunter Type Gelding) Sire x Dam: BLAZING N STYLE (APHA) x OBLET (JC) Owned by: Kari Mckelvie, Allenton, MI

Showing Amateur, Kari Mckelvie and FREESTYLING have earned a total of 2,231 points with 10 ROMs and 8 ROEs. With 1,152 Performance points, this team has earned 6 Performance ROMs and 4 Performance ROEs. This team has also earned 438 Equitation points with 2 Equitation ROMs and 2 Equitation ROEs along with 622 Showmanship points with 2 Showmanship ROMs and 2 Showmanship ROEs.

AMATEUR SUPERIOR PERFORMANCE

#54 Kari Mckelvie & Freestyling

Number of Years Showing Pinto: 13 2013 World Champion Senior Amateur Disciplined Rail

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SPREAD THE WORD

Scholarship Deadline is January 15, 2014. Please download all forms from www.pinto. org/youth and mail them to the office. Postmark by January 15. Attend the Color Breed Congress for another chance at scholarship money! The top youth in each breed will receive $1,000, redeemable upon enrollment in college.

Have you become a fan of the new Pinto Horse Youth Facebook page yet?

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Don’t forget to renew your amateur card as well as your individual membership. Do this early to avoid the daybefore-the-show rush. You can check the PtHA Rulebook if you need details on what qualifies as an amateur with the association.

Search for Pinto Horse Youth Association and “like” it today! It was created by Pinto Youth, for Pinto Youth to help you stay up to date and in the know on all things PtHYA.

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Represent your state at national PtHA functions! Be a Youth Director! As a Youth Director, you will be able to represent your state at national meetings in addition to informing the youth in your area of national activities. This is also the only way to be eligible to become an officer of PtHYA! To become a Youth Director, simply fill out the application found on www.pinto.org/youth and return it to the PtHA office. Applications will be reviewed and applicants will be notified in January of acceptance. The number of Youth Directors allowed per state corresponds to the number allowed for PtHA Board of Directors. To see how many directors are allowed in your state, check the youth page of www.pinto. org. In the case where more members from the same state apply than are allowed, the director will be chosen on PtHA involvement and potential service.

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DONOR LEVELS Diamond Donor $5,000 or Higher Platinum Donor $2,500 or Higher Gold Donor $1,000 or Higher Silver Donor $500 or Higher Bronze Donor $250 or Higher Pinto Partner $125 or Higher Friend of Pinto $50 or Higher Supporter of Pinto $25 or Higher Benefit Judge

DONATIONS MADE: Tina Brook Fallen, FL Sandy K Sullivan, TX Dennis Davee, TX Jean Andrews, NE Mary Ann Fielitz, OH C.W. “Bill” Englund, Jr, AZ Jim Havelhurst, OR Sid Larson Curt A Summers, AZ R David Terrell, TN Timothy M Abler, MI Steven V Bryson Douglas J Cline, MI Carol J Craig, IN Karen Craighead, MO Patrick S Derrick, SD Janet Keesling, IN Richard T Petty, OR Billy Steele, TX

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Donations can be made and designated as follows: Heritage Museum, Orren Mixer Memorial Scholarship, Phil Sandusky Memorial Scholarship, Youth Scholarships, Billie Cousins Memorial Scholarship, Amateur Fund, Color Breed Congress Scholarship. Thank you for all of donations that continue to come in on your membership/renewal forms. We appreciate your support! All donations paid by check must be payable to the Pinto Heritage Foundation, Inc. for tax deduction purposes.

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CALIFORNIA High Desert PtHA Fral Lelli 990 E. Wesley St. Banning, CA 92220 951-849-3031 flelli@dc.rr.com www.highdesertpinto.com

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San Joaquin Pinto Horse Club Jodi Gibson 24141 Avenue 120 Porterville, CA 93257 559-920-3947 jbargst@yahoo.com www.sanjoaquinpintohorseclub.com

South West Pinto Horse Breeders & Exhibitors Traci Holoubek 87 Alondra Rancho Santa Margarita, CA 92688 949-842-4479 traciholoubek@yahoo.com www.southwestpinto.org COLORADO Colorado Pinto Horse Assn. Diane Chartier 3315 Rio Osa St. Byers, CO 80103 303-822-5538 dianec2010@hotmail.com www.coptha.org FLORIDA Florida Pinto Amanda Palmer 5803 E. Quicksilver Court Floral City, FL 34436 727-430-0515 acpalmer@tampabay.rr.com www.fptha.com KANSAS Kansas Pinto Horse Association Val Burgess 16011 X Road Lebanon, KS 66952 785-389-1881 burgess@ruraltel.net www.kansaspinto.com KENTUCKY Pinto Organization of Kentucky Sheri Hennig 3964 Grays Run Pike Cynthiana, KY 41031 859-298-4307 balentwineranch@yahoo.com INDIANA Indiana PtHA Cheryl Ann Walls 7421 Sampson Rd. Monroeville, IN 46773 260-704-4500 cawfwf@frontier.com www.indianapinto.com ILLINOIS Illinois-Missouri PtHA Lisa McCauley 488 Woodview Lake Barrington, IL 60010 847-421-2742 lisa@monalisahomes.com PtHA of Illinois Mark Killick 3407 Woodland Circle North Island Lake, IL 60042 847-875-0023 mak155hr@msn.com www.illinoispinto.com

MICHIGAN Michigan State Pinto Breeders & Owners Betty J. Elmhirst 6183 Shortcut Road Marine City, MI 48039 810-765-0382 b.elmhirst@sbcglobal.net www.mspbo.com Tri-State Pinto Sheila Jipping P.O. Box 64 Hamilton, MI 49419 269-751-8324 Sheila.jipping@gmail.com MINNESOTA Min-I-Kota Pinto Horse Association Char Schabinger 19176 Judicial Road Prior Lake, MN 55372 952-239-7535 chard@dennhardt.com www.minnesotapinto.com Minnesota Pinto Cris Stetler 3740 Yellowstone Lane Plymouth, MN 55446 763-478-8842 jcstetler@comcast.net www.minnesotapinto.com NEBRASKA Nebraska Pinto Jean Andrews 1940 County Road Q Fremont, NE 68025 402-721-4068 jandrews@futuretk.com www.nptha.com NEW JERSEY New Jersey Pinto Jason F. Heeter 19072 Shade Valley Rd. Shade Gap, PA 17255 215-534-5534 heeter2000@yahoo.com www.newjerseypintohorseassociation.com NEW MEXICO New Mexico Pinto Jennie Carter 77 Entrada Aragon Los Lunas, NM 87031 505-866-6221 jenniecr@q.com www.pthanm.org NORTH DAKOTA North Dakota Pinto Horse Association Lisa Jostad 4956 164th Avenue S.E. Kindred, ND 58051 701-367-9986 lisajostad@yahoo.com www.ndpintohorse.com OHIO Pinto Horse Association of Ohio Megan Herner 1844 Scranton Road Norwalk, OH 44857 419-681-0133 herner7@yahoo.com www.ohiopinto.com OKLAHOMA Central Oklahoma Pinto Horse Association Kaci Hajek 13823 W. Reed Road

Drummond, OK 73735 405-853-1028 krcroka@pldi.net www.centraloklahomapinto.com Oklahoma Pinto Horse Association Rod Dunbar 11133 S.W. 29th Yukon, OK 73099 405-830-5508 cwfdunbar@att.net www.oklahomapinto.com OREGON Oregon Pinto Tina Bell P.O. Box 618 Molalla, OR 97038 503-351-8431 tinab@web-ster.com www.oregonpinto.com Southern Oregon Pinto Horse Association Hanspeter Vollmar 4250 Avenue E White City, OR 97503 541-301-5634 turningcolors@gmail.com www.southernoregonpinto.com PENNSYLVANIA Pennsylvania Pinto Horse Club Roy L. Gingrich 611 Herrin Lane Enola, PA 17025 717-732-4913 phd-1999@hotmail.com www.drivingincolor.com/papainto

charter contacts

Sun Coast Pinto Club Sherry Barnard 79 Aldridge Lane Corralitas, CA 95076 (831) 728-8705 sherryb42@aol.com www.suncoastpinto.com

IOWA Iowa Pinto Horse Association Kevin Woodford 1661 O’Connor Road Mt. Vernon, IA 52314 319-350-3443 kcwoodford39@msn.com www.iowapinto.com

ed charters

TEXAS Texoma Pinto Horseshow And Trail, Inc. TOPHAT Sue Ellen Parker 1 Parker Place Burkburnett, TX 76354 940-569-2177 srepark@netzero.net South Texas Pinto Mike Galik 2752 Rakowitz Road Adkins, TX 78101 210-452-8836 www.southtexaspinto.com WASHINGTON Cascade Pinto Horse Assn. of Washington Danyelle Harp 19717 219th Ave. N.E. Woodinville, WA 98077 206-229-2424 cowgirldani22@hotmail.com www.cascadepinto.com Pinto Horse Assn. of Western Washington Deborah Hoines 5907 Johnson Pt. N.E. Olympia, WA 98516 360-556-1227 flarebear@cco.net www.pthaww.org WISCONSIN Wisconsin Pinto Horse Association Peter Nevel W. 1064 Amidon Road Brooklyn, WI 53521 608-225-3305 www.wisconsinpinto.com CANADA Ontario Pinto Horse Association Margaret Meehan-Thompson 19032 St. Andrews Road Caledon, ON, Canada L7K 2G2 (519) 927-3296 horsnaround@live.com www.ontariopinto.com

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CALIFORNIA California Gymkhana Association Butte Valley, CA: District 49, Jan. through Dec. 2013 Clements, CA: District 7, Jan. through Dec. 2013 Cottonwood, CA: District 50, Jan. through Dec. 2013 Ione, CA: District 27, Jan. through Dec. 2013 Rio Linda, CA: District 5, Jan. through Dec. 2013 Salinas, CA: District 8, Jan. through Dec. 2013 San Juan Bautista, CA: District 1, Jan. through Dec. 2013 Vacaville, CA: District 4, Jan. through Dec. 2013 Phyllis Odom (831) 623-9026 www.calgymkhana.com ETI, Equestrian Trails, Inc. ETI Corral 38, Burbank, CA: December ETI Corral 118, Simi Valley, CA: October Jr. Ambassadors Show, Burbank, CA: November Gateway Equestrian Center (Simi Valley), Martinez Arena (Burbank) Kim Estrada (818) 488-1305 www.etinational.org High Desert Pinto Horse Association HDPtHA May Extravaganza & HDPtHA Fall Fest Chino Hills, CA: October 27 McCoy Equestrian Center Fral Lelli (951) 849-3031 www.highdesertpinto.com COLORADO Horsin’ Around Small Equine Club Horsin’ Around Miniature Horse Show Canon City, CO: Oct. 13 Holy Cross Abbey Georganne Burford (719) 275-2608 Magnificent Miniature’s Horse Club (M&M) Canon City, CO: Monthly Until November Amanda White (303) 795-2811 FLORDIA Sunshine State Buckskin Association October Blast, December Holiday Newberry, FL: October 26, December 14 Canterbury Showplace Cindy Cate (352) 528-5585 www.SSBuckskin.com Williston Horseman’s Association W.H.A. Pleasure Show Williston, FL: Oct. 19, Nov. 16 Williston Horseman’s Association Park Alyssa Kline (352) 208-0856 www.willistonhorsemans.com INDIANA Navajo Saddle Club Navajo Saddle Club Open Show Kouts, IN: August 24, Sept 7 Dawn Petrie (708) 227-1228 www.navajosaddleclub.us IOWA Iowa Pinto Horse Association Jack-O-Lantern, Cedar Rapids, IA: October 19-20 Iowa Equine Center, Iowa Equestrian Center Kelly Carter (515) 729-4725 www.iowapinto.com LOUISIANA Turnin’ 3 Productions, LLC. Open 4D, 5D, Classic & Benefit Barrel Races Crowley, LA: Nov. 9 DeRidder, LA: October 11-13, December 12-15 Heather Bertrand (337) 692-5586 www.turnin3productions.com

Silver Spur Riders Club Ruston, LA: Monthly Until November Charlotte Martin (318) 855-3929 www.silverspurridersclub.com MARYLAND Free State Riding Club Free State Riding Club 2013 Show Series Bowie, MD: Oct. 19 Free State Riding Club Showgrounds, Bowie, MD Donna Pacen (410) 552-5909 www.freestateridingclub.org MASSACHUSETTS Hanson Riding Club HRC Supreme Invitational Middleboro, MA: October 6 Micaela Shea (508) 965-0057 www.hansonridingclub.org MISSISSIPPI Heart of Dixie Palomino Exhibitors Association (HOPE)
 Verona, MS: October 26-27 Lee County Agri-Center Tootsie North (601) 214-3043 NEVADA Pahrump Open Shows Pahrump Open & Buckle (Sept) Shows Pahrump, NV: Oct. 5 McCullough Arena Gayle Baker (775) 537-2537 www.poss.webs.com OKLAHOMA Central Oklahoma Pinto Horse Association Tricks & Treats Fall Fun Pinto & All Breed Show, Purcell, OK: Oct. 19 McClain County Expo Center Kaci Hajek (405) 853-1028 www.centraloklahomapinto.com OREGON Needs 4 Steeds Battle In The Saddle & Winter Show Series Pendleton, OR: Nov. 2, Dec. 14 Hermiston, OR: October 6 Pendleton Round-Up Pavilion-Indoor Arena Paula Post (541) 571-2346 Oregon Performance Horse Club 2013 Open All Breed and Classic Shows Klamath Falls, OR: Oct 12-13, November 13 Klamath Fairgrounds Agnes Wilson (541) 723-2076 http://oregonperformancehorseclub.webs.com TEXAS Gulf Coast Quarter Horse Association Winnie: Oct 12 Linda Napier (832) 339-3168 www.gcqhatx.org Hunt County Horseman’s Association HCHA Open & AQHA Intro. Show Sulphur Springs, TX: October 11-12 Hopkins County Civic Center Angie Middleton (214) 641-9582 www.huntcountyhorse.com Texoma All Breed Horse Show Association (TABHSA) Horse Expo, Wichita Falls, TX: October 13 J.S. Bridwell Ag Center Amanda Smail (940) 867-3593

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Advertiser’s Index Dale Chavez IFC Bill Knight Ford 3 Tioga Territory 4 Wrangler 8 The Equine Chronicle 11 Visit Tulsa 15 The Double Tree @ Warren Place 18 Priefert 21 Golden Tiger 22 The Gift of Midas 22 Merial 23 Gist Silversmith 53 Kensington Protective Products 54 ASPC/AMHR 57 ACTHA 58 Color Breed Congress BC


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approved Pt

HA Shows

CONNECTICUT 10/5-6/13 Show Name: NEPtHA Fall Fiesta Show Show Host: New England Pinto Location: Oneco, CT Show Manager: Paula Laughlin, 508-353-9517 Show Secretary: Paula Laughlin, 508-353-9517 Judge(s): Mike Baker, Dave Phillips, Bruce Army, Rickey Evans

IOWA 10/19-20/13 Show Name: Jack-O-Lantern Jamboree Show Host: Iowa Pinto Horse Association Location: Cedar Rapids, IA Show Manager: Kevin Woodford, 319-350-3443 Show Secretary: Kelly Carter, 515-729-4725 Judge(s): Darrel Hersom, James Johnson, Kimberly Garret, Jeff Lechner

show dates

MISSOURI 10/20/13 Show Name: Splash of Color Show Host: Splash of Color Paint Horse Club Location: Carthage, MO Show Manager: Sue Hilton, 816-718-3268 Show Secretary: Gayle Bieganowski, 417-850-2346 Judge(s): Gary Miller, Kathy Miller OKLAHOMA 10/12/13 Show Name: Oklahoma Pinto Horse Show Show Host: Oklahoma Pinto Horse Association Location: Claremore, OK Show Manager: JaLane Dunbar, 405-830-3931 Show Secretary: Marsha Elliott, 918-510-7763 Judge(s): Karen Craighead, Barbara Brouster TEXAS 10/26/13 Show Name: South Texas Pintos & All Breed Show Show Host: South Texas Pinto Location: Seguin, TX Show Manager: Mike Galik, 210-452-8836 Show Secretary: Cindy Gidden, 210-287-4365 Judge(s): Jeannie Young, Sherry Haynes, Dawn Frye **ONLY APPROVED SHOWS WILL BE LISTED. PLEASE VISIT OUR WEBSITE AT WWW.PINTO.ORG/SHOWS FOR THE MOST UP-TO-DATE SHOW LISTINGS.

2013 Pinto Horse Photo Contest Entry Form Photographer/Entrant’s Name: Address: City: State: Zip: Home Phone: Work Phone: E-mail: Identify People in Photo: Identify Horses in Photo: Describe Action/Setting in Photo:

Cell Phone:

Send your photo contest entry & entry form to Pinto Horse, 2013 Photo Contest, 7330 NW 23rd Street, Bethany, OK 73008 or e-mail (please include all entry form information) to: magazine@pinto.org

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s n o i t c a y r disciplina

The following members are suspended and denied all privileges of the association, in accordance with PtHA Rules.

• Kristen M. Asher, Fulton, MO, PtHA Member #65137, suspended December 18, 2012, and denied all privileges of the association until fees are paid per Rule #B-8. • Bennie Lynn Clawson, McConnells, SC, PtHA Member #65557, suspended December 18, 2012, and denied all privileges of the association until fees are paid per Rule #B-8. • Ricki Deangelis, St Cloud, FL, PtHA Member #52862, suspended December 18, 2012, and denied all privileges of the association until fees are paid per Rule #B-8. • Kelsey Ellis, Decatur, TX, PtHA Member #74037, suspended December 18, 2012, and denied all privileges of the association until fees are paid per Rule #B-8. • Ashley and Heather Kunde, Baroda, MI, PtHA Member #75760, suspended December 18, 2012, and denied all privileges of the association until fees are paid per Rule #B-8. • Coltin Patnaude and Terry and Lea Crystal, Emmett, ID, Member #74335, suspended December 18, 2012, and denied all privileges of the association until fees are paid per Rule #B-8. • Heather Acosta, Hoffman Estates, IL, PtHA Member #15329, suspended March 16, 2011, for violation of Rule B9E, of the 2010 PtHA Rulebook, denied all privileges of the association until fine is paid. • Richard Hill, Hurricane Mills, TN, PtHA #72732, suspended July 1, 2011, and denied all privileges of the association until fees are paid per Rule #B-8. • Cindee J Shaffer, Battleground, WA, PtHA #72319, suspended December 28, 2010, and denied all privileges of the association until fees are paid per Rule #B-8. • Darrell & Kristie Howard, Moravia, NY, PtHA #65131 and #69663, suspended October 20, 2010, and denied all privileges of the association until fees are paid per Rule #B-8. • Kelley C. Whittaker, PtHA #61883, Altmar, NY, suspended December 1, 2009, and denied all privileges of the association until fees are paid per Rule #B-8. • Cecelia Rotertson & parents Mark and Stacey Goebel, PtHA #68618, Wadsville, IN, suspended December 8, 2009, and denied all privileges of the association until fees are paid per Rule #B-8 • Zachary and Jennifer Sparkman, PtHA #61812, Timberville, VA, suspended December 8, 2009, and denied all privileges of the association until fees are paid per Rule #B-8. • Jamie M. Wade & parents Terry and Jordan Wade, Lake Charles, LA, PtHA #60887, suspended December 8, 2009, and denied all privileges of the association until fees are paid per Rule #B-8. • Debra J Thompson, PtHA #33132, Preston, Minneapolis, suspended September 21, 2009, and denied all privileges of the association until fees are paid per Rule #B-8 • Richard & Yvette Elliott, Meridian, ID, PtHA #60467, #46262, & #47608, suspended April 11, 2007, and denied all privileges of the association until fees are paid per Rule #B-8. • Sylvia Kenyon, Colton, OR, PtHA #59541, suspended April 11, 2007, and denied all privileges of the association until fees are paid per Rule #B-8. • Jean Marie Kittleson, Jennifer Janowski, Paige Janowski, Buchanan, MI, PtHA #44665 and #54130, suspended April 11, 2007, and denied all privileges of the association until fees are paid per Rule #B-8. • Kathy Miles, Lakeside, CA, PtHA #54451, suspended April 11, 2007, and denied all privileges of the association until fees are

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paid per Rule #B-8. • Alysha S. Minnick, Bucksport, ME, PtHA #58039, suspended April 11, 2007, and denied all privileges of the association until fees are paid per Rule #B-8. • Erin Myers, Freeville, NY, PtHA #57377, suspended April 11, 2007, and denied all privileges of the association until fees are paid per Rule #B-8. • Tamara Poisson, Deerfield, NH, PtHA #59342, suspended April 11, 2007, and denied all privileges of the association until fees are paid per Rule #B-8. • Chestina & Eleana Yarger, Williamsburg, OH, PtHA #55454, suspended April 11, 2007, and denied all privileges of the association until fees are paid per Rule #B-8. • Randy Williams, PtHA #47043, suspended March 22, 2006, and expelled from the PtHA, denied all privileges of the Association until fine is paid, levied a fine of $1,000.00 and, suspended and denied all privileges of the Association for 60 months after fine is paid in full, for intentionally and fraudulently supplying false information to the Ptha and fraudulently withholding certificate of registration. • Bonnie Bryant, Alpine, AL, PtHA #53606, suspended January 15, 2006, and denied all privileges of the association until fees are paid per Rule #B-8. • Jamie DeHart, Live Oak, FL, PtHA #55283, suspended January 18, 2006, and denied all privileges of the association until fees are paid per Rule #B-8. • Terri L. Potter, Lake Stevens, WA, PtHA #47134, suspended January 18, 2006, and denied all privileges of the association until fees are paid per Rule #B-8. • Judy Kosciolek, PtHA #11880, Carol Stream, Illinois, suspended December 2001, and denied all privileges of the association until further notice. • Willa Chapman, PtHA #12159, Half Moon Bay, California, suspended January 8, 2001, and denied all privileges of the association until unpaid feed and bedding bill from 2000 Pinto World Show is paid. • Stephanie Miller, PtHA #28813, suspended December 31, 2000, and denied all privileges of the association until fine is paid, levied a fine of $500.00 and all points earned at show in question voided. • Deborah Feely, PtHA #27273, Placerville, California, suspended December 31, 1999, and denied all privileges of the association until fees are paid for registration of horse. • Linda Jones, PtHA #28555, Phoenix, Arizona, suspended April 28, 1999, and denied all privileges of the association until further notice and levied a fine of $1,000.00 payable to PtHA. • Western Cattle Company, Peru, Illinois, denied all privileges of the association until further notice. • Trina Dowd, PtHA #18481, Penrose, Colorado, suspended December 31, 1997, and denied all privileges of the association until further notice. • Mary Ringler, PtHA #12854, Mora, Minnesota, suspended December 31, 1997, and denied all privileges of the association until further notice. • Kasey Mando, PtHA #18052, El Cajon, California, suspended December 31, 1997, and denied all privileges of the association until further notice. • Gene Marcus, PtHA #4457, Elgin, Illinois, suspended January 8, 1992, and denied all privileges of the association until further notice.


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No Spots? No Problem. Equines that do not meet the color requirment for the Pinto Horse Association of America, Inc., but have at least two or more Pinto characteristics (blue eyes; white or multi-colored hooves; collective white in the eligible zones, but not enough white to qualify for color; pink skin), has color documented ancestry within two generations, or is registered with an approved outcross can be registed in the Pinto Solid Registry. To register, visit our website at www.pinto.org and fill out the necessary paperwork. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact our Registration department at (405) 491-0111 or registration@ pinto.org. We look forward to hearing from you! Pinto Horse Association of America, Inc. 7330 NW 23rd Street • Bethany, OK 73008 (405) 491-0111 • (405) 787-0773 (fax) www.pinto.org

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