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The Rocky Mountain Quarter Horse
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NOVEMBER 2018 • VOLUME 57 • NUMBER 10
Looking for gift ideas? Look on pages 14 - 17 for Colorado inspiration to give and receive this holiday season!
12 Youth Officer Elections 14 Holiday Gift Guide 18 Winning Cowboy Trey Yates 20 2nd Annual Judegs Seminar
and Horse Show Experience
22 2018 Rocktoberfest 26 Plan Ahead for
28 National Western Stock
by Rachel Gabel
6 This & That 8 RMQHA News 8 Amateur News 10 Youth News 31 Finish Line 33 Membership Application 40 2018 Sponsors 47 Leadership
30 AQHYA Youth
Cover: Tee Cross Ranches celebrates a 69-year family ranching tradition. Photo by Primo Morales. See their ad on page 5. November 2018
Events 24 2018 RMQHA Convention
Schedule & Form
32 2019 Quarter Horse Races
at Arapahoe Park
45 Schedule of Events
Marketplace 41 Professional
& Trainer Services
46 Advertisers Index / Rates
RMQHA Standings 34 Show Standings
through October 1, 2018
39 Race Standings through
September 15, 2018
Commentary by Rachel Gabel, RMQHA Magazine Editor We’re the luckiest, you know? To be greeted each morning by the stock in our care is a privilege and to be able to ride, even if it’s not as often as we would like or it’s cold and wet, is something many just dream of. I believe in the lessons kids learn with shavings in their shoes and I believe Rachel Gabel in the ministry of a great sliding stop or a down the fence turn. There is a sermon to be felt each time we swing a leg over a good horse and a song to the jingle of bits and groans of saddles. There is a soulfilling satisfaction to do well what we love to do and I hope this Thanksgiving, you’ll appreciate these things consciously and deeply. This Thanksgiving, I’m enjoying our kids, caring for stock, and cooking the traditional recipes that are a tip of a hat to the women who cooked those dishes long before me. I hope your holiday is spent doing all the things that make you feel recharged and grateful as we go into winter. I’m thankful for all of you and the things you do and I wish you the happiest, most restful, and blessed Thanksgiving I can. Pass the pie, please. Yours, Rachel Gabel
Published Continuously Since March 1964 November 2018 Volume 57 No. 10
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TEE CROSS RANCHES Proven Performance
COLORADO RANCHING SINCE 1950 Tee Cross Ranches, a family-owned ranching operation, is located at the foothills of Pikes Peak just south of Colorado Springs, Colo. Started in the early 1950s by Robert C. Norris, the ranch includes a registered American Quarter Horse breeding operation and a commercial cow/calf unit consisting of approximately 100,000 acres. The Tee Cross horse breeding program is dedicated to the total performance abilities of the American Quarter Horse. Our horses are used for ranch work, roping, cutting, ranch horse versatility, working cow horse, and reining, and are just great all-around horses for everyday riding. In 2011, Mr. Norris was honored by AQHA with its Legacy Award, which recognizes those breeders who have bred and registered American Quarter Horses for 50 consecutive years! Tee Cross Ranches is also an AQHA Ranching Heritage Breeder and all horses from our breeding operation are eligible for this great program. The horse ranch is located south of Colorado Springs on I-25 at exit 116. Our sign is easily visible from the interstate. Visitors are welcome; if you’re in the area or driving by, just stop on in and see us.
Robert A “Bobby” Norris - General Manager - firstname.lastname@example.org Andee Lamoreaux - Office Manager - email@example.com JD Wing - Trainer - 719-499-9266 Please visit TEECROSSRANCHES.COM for more information Watch for our upcoming virtual showcase of prospect horses The Tee Cross breeding program is dedicated to the development of quality ranch horses with good minds, versatile talent, and excellent conformation.
This & That Compiled by Rachel Spencer & Jodie Witt. Contributions welcome! ELD Mandate Update
Congress has sent a spending bill to the White House to avert an October 1 government shutdown and push the discussion regarding final appropriations until after the November elections. H.R. 6157 includes a continuing resolution that would extend funding for those agencies not covered by completed appropriations bills, including agriculture and transportation. This will extend the electronic logging device (ELD) protections through December 7, 2018. The president has said he will sign this bill package to avert a shutdown. By December 7, Congress will either do another extension or pass the 2019 spending package, which includes the ELD delay for livestock haulers, leaving these haulers exempt from ELD use until September 30, 2019. The American Horse Council is continuing to work with both the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration and Congress to identify a permanent solution to the unintended consequences to new and existing CDL and ELD regulations that have proven to be problematic. For more information, visit www.horsecouncil.org. Additional Resources The American Quarter Horse Association is committed to keeping you up to date with the latest news regarding the ELD Mandate. For more press releases and information on this topic, visit www.aqha. com/membership/resources/eld-mandate/.
Ranching Heritage Challenge Comes to Colorado The Zoetis AQHA Ranching Heritage Challenge highlights the versatility, soundness and willing attitude of American Quarter Horses that are ranch-born and -raised. First, the goal of the Ranching Heritage Breeders program is to recognize AQHA’s ranching members who have steadfastly continued to maintain the ranching tradition by raising American Quarter Horses for use in working cattle. Second, through a series of ranch horse competitions, the Ranching Heritage Challenge is intended to increase demand for ranch horses by providing an opportunity for ranches and horse owners to compete in a unique ranch horse competition for a significant purse. These Challenges are open to any horse bred by an AQHA Ranching Heritage Breeder. Anyone can own and show these eligible and enrolled horses in the Challenges. The Challenges offer multiple divisions for various ages and skill levels for both horse and rider. Classes include working ranch horse, ranch riding, team roping and barrel racing.
What makes a horse eligible for the Ranching Heritage Challenge? All foals bred and raised by a Ranching Heritage Breeder will be eligible to be nominated into the Ranching Heritage Challenge. Ranches have the opportunity to nominate weanlings to the program for just $10 before December 31 of its weanling year. Nominations can even be taken along with the foal’s registration papers. Because much of the benefit of the program is adding value to young ranch horses, ranches are encouraged to ensure the horse is enrolled and ownership is transferred at the time of sale. However, as long as the foal is eligible for the program, anyone can enroll and sustain the payments for the horse into the Ranching Heritage Challenge. Visit www.aqha.com/ranching for more information.
NWSS Entry Deadline The National Western Stock Show AQHA Show is scheduled for January 15-16 with entry deadline December 15, 2018. Contacting the AQHA Reaching the AQHA on the phone just became easier. When calling, you are now able to leave your number and receive a call back rather than waiting on hold.
AQHF Launches AQHLead Program The American Quarter Horse Foundation is committed to the development of young adults and their continuous involvement in the equine industry, and is proud to announce the launch of AQHLead. This program is designed for young adults, ages 19-34, to help support their development as young leaders in the equine industry. AQHLead grants of $5,000 will be awarded to 10 applicants for the inaugural class in order to offset the cost of participation. Grant recipients will participate in the program for the term from the 2019 AQHA Convention to the 2020 AQHA Convention. During the program year, participants will be partnered with a mentor from the American Quarter Horse industry. These mentors will include AQHA Executive Committee members and committee chairpersons. AQHLead participants will shadow their mentor’s leadership activities in service to AQHA and the equine industry, and will maintain monthly contact with their mentors in order to gain more insight into their role in guiding impactful industry decisions. Selected young adults will attend three major industry events, of which two will include the 2019 and 2020 AQHA Conventions. Additionally, participants will engage in monthly conference calls with fellow AQHLead participants and program leadership. AQHLead is supported by a grant from the Dogwood Foundation. To learn more about AQHLead, visit www.aqha.com/aqhlead.
Special Events Lined Up for Lucas Oil World
2018 Convention January 25th and 26th, 2019 at the Marriott West in Golden, CO 6
The 2018 Lucas Oil AQHA World Championship Show will feature a variety of events and activities in and out of the arena for competitors and spectators. The 2018 Lucas Oil AQHA World Championship Show will be an exciting event that you won’t want to miss. Top athletes from across the globe will compete for more than $2.4 million in awards and prizes at this year’s event November 1-17 at State Fair Park in Oklahoma City. The Rocky Mountain Quarter Horse
Not only can Lucas Oil World attendees look forward to watching the top equestrians and American Quarter Horses compete in the arena, but this year’s Lucas Oil World is filled with new and exciting special events. AQHA World Show Trade Show — Take a break from the action in the arenas to enjoy the free Trade Show; it features more than 100 vendors from across the United States, selling home décor, jewelry, tack, western attire, trailers and more in the Bennet Event Center. The Trade Show will also showcase the AQHA Champions Circle on days that have Level 3 finals before 5 p.m., United Kennel Club Dog Show, several concessions stands, coffee bar and much more. Free Ride the Pattern Clinics, presented by Nutrena AQHA Professional Horsemen from around the country are teaming up to provide free Ride the Pattern Clinics, presented by Nutrena, at the Lucas Oil World. During the clinics, Professional Horsemen explain to the audience how they would complete a specific pattern from that show. View the clinicians and tentative schedule for the Ride the Pattern clinics. Level 1 Stakes Classes — This show offers scores of opportunities for exhibitors competing in the arena. Three more Level 1 (horse) stakes classes, with added money, have been added to this year’s Lucas Oil World. In addition to the open Level 1 (horse) western pleasure, sponsored by Glover Galyean Partnership, and hunter under saddle, sponsored by Leslie Bacon and Running Stag Farm, exhibitors can now show eligible horses in open Level 1 (horse) ranch riding, sponsored by BMG Quarter Horses; trail, sponsored by Oak Springs Ranch; and western riding, sponsored by Masterson Farms. Exhibitors in the Level 1 stakes classes will be vying for top honors and $1,000 in added money in each class. Each class will be held in the Performance Arena, and awards will be presented through 10th place. The deadline to enter a stakes class is 5 p.m. the night before each class, and the cost to enter is $100 each, with 75 percent of the entry fees, plus added money, as payout. Entry forms are available in the Competitor Resources section of www.aqha.com/worldshow. Halter Bonanza — Again this year, more than $150,000 has been added to the halter prize money at the 2018 Lucas Oil World, thanks to the generosity of 10-year cumulative breeders Steve and Kathy Headley of Bloomington, Indiana; 30-year cumulative breeders Gary and Linda Gordon of Fossil Gate Farms, Roanoke, Texas; and 30-year cumulative breeders Terry and Tammy Bradshaw of Thackerville, Oklahoma. Special Events— A variety of special events will also take place during the show. Be sure to mark your calendar before traveling to Oklahoma City. Times, dates and locations are subject to change per show management. For more information on events, receptions and November 2018
A kind thank you note from the Hosmer family. parties, view the tentative schedule. Show updates will also be sent through AQHA’s text alert system. To enroll, simply text AQHA to 806-576-0913. Stay up to date with the Lucas Oil Superhorse and AQHA AllAround Amateur leaderboards on www.aqha.com/worldshow.
Don’t Forget to Shop NOW! Our Christmas Gift Guide is on page 14 of this issue. We’ve gathered fun, local, unique, and practical gifts to help ease your shopping this year. Please check the businesses out on Facebook and tell them you saw their items in the RMQHA Magazine.
Attention RMQHYA youth members! The annual meeting of the youth association will be held Monday, December 31, 2018 at the National Western Events Center at 1:00 pm. Association business and election of officers and regional directors will take place at this time. For more information Contact the RMQHYA Youth Advisor, Jodie Witt. Jodie.firstname.lastname@example.org or 970-222-3922 / 303-659-7752 7
Amateur News by Sue Wade
RMQHA Amateur Committee Reporter Hello, Amateurs & RMQHA Members!
COURTESY JANELEE THOMPSON
Janalee Thompson’s first memory involving a horse was when she was 8 years old. Her parents were getting married at a dude ranch in Arizona and she went on a trail ride. She rode a grey horse named Freckles and she Sue Wade was hooked. She asked her mom for a horse and a little girl’s dream came true! She received a gritty little palomino pony named Starbuck. The pony lasted for about a week before it was decided that Thompson needed something a little less sassy for a first horse. Her first horse was a quarter horse named I’m So Superb (Princess). They started their show career in the open shows in walk-trot events. Thompson grew up in Lake Arrowhead, Calif., where she showed until moving to Montrose, Colo., in 2002. She was homeschooled through high school which enabled her to travel and show during her youth career. After high school she attended Colorado State University in Fort Collins. She earned her Bachelor of Science in Psychology and then worked towards her Master’s of Science in Environmental Health with a specialization in Occupational Ergonomics and Safety. While at CSU, she played polo for the CSU polo team where she served as club President and was thee women’s team captain. She currently works for the City and County of Denver Public Works where she is a Safety and Industrial Hygiene Professional. She began showing again last summer with her horse Real Hot
Janalee Thompson and Lots of Tommy (Tommy) 2004.
COURTESY JANELEE THOMPSON
Real Good (Cash) after a seven-year hiatus. When not working or training with Cash, she enjoys teaching yoga, hiking with her two dogs and partner, Ford, and drinking Colorado craft beer. Thompson trains with Chad Evans at Evans Performance Horses in Elizabeth, Colorado. While she emphasizes that Evans is a lifelong friend, rather than simply a trainer, calling him a life coach, too. Thompson began training with Evans in 2003 after moving to Colorado where she showed Lots of Tommy (Tommy) in the youth all-around. She then showed So Connected (Riley) in her last youth and first amateur year in the hunter under saddle, hunt seat equitation and showmanship. Thompson still has Riley, yet he is retired and living a comfortable life.
Janalee, So Connected (Riley) and Chad Evans, 2008. 8
Janalee and I’m So Superb, aka (Princess) in 1999. The Rocky Mountain Quarter Horse
LARRY WILLIAMS PHOTO COURTESY JANELEE THOMPSON
Janalee and Cash, NSBA World Championship show and your horse is essential for personal success. Happy Trails to You, Sue (Sue Wade welcomes interesting news from the RMQHA amateur group. Please contact her at email@example.com)
Janalee and Real Hot Real Good (Cash). She has learned many lessons from her trainer and her horses. First, she said, be honest with yourself. In Thompson’s first year training with Evans, she had just finished showing Tommy in a horsemanship class and didn’t perform the way they had planned. She came out of the ring and started to tell Evans that Tommy wouldn’t do what she asked him to. Evans stopped Thompson there and told her to stop blaming the horse and that she needed to manage the situation herself and work as a team. This is something she still remembers from 16 years ago. Her other advice is to remember to savor every moment. She didn’t have the luxury of being able to afford going to every horse show when she was younger. It meant everything to her to go as she knew it was a sacrifice for her family. This sport is a major investment and commitment. Not only in terms of money, but in time. She chooses to do this, so she realizes she better make it worthwhile. “When people speak negatively or have a bad attitude it is disappointing because we are all still making a choice to be here,” she said. “It should be fun!” That’s why she endeavors to enjoy every single minute of her time at the barn and shows. Thompson emphasizes the significance of fostering a meaningful relationship with your trainer and taking the time to find the right fit for you and your horse. Having a trainer who understands you November 2018
Lakewood, Colo., with my brother and parents. I show a 7-year old gelding named Betta Believe It, but we call him Maurice. We got Maurice almost two years ago and my mom showed him for the first year we had him. I started showing him in the all around events this summer. I became a proud member of the RMQHA when I was seven years old. At that time I was showing my previous horse Im Good As It Gets (Goody). But I was into horses way before that. I received my first horse when I was 3-years old. His name was Charlie, but his registered name is Taito Joe. Charlie is 26 years old. In his younger days he was a professional roping horse with my great uncle BJ. When I was five years old I really wanted Brooke and Tootsie (She’s Got to get in to showing so we got show horse called She’s Got the the Blaze) her first show horse. Blaze (Tootsie) and we started going to open shows in the walk trot classes. After having some amazing times in open shows we were ready to start showing more competitively and that’s when we came to the RMQHA. Today, I ride with Kelly McDowall and McDowall Quarter Horses. With McDowall, Maurice and I have been doing amazing things as a team for only showing together for a few months. It was an once in a lifetime experience to be able to participate in the first year of 13 and under classes at the Youth World Show and get reserve World Champion in the 13 and under Performance Halter Geldings and the 13 and under Horsemanship.
by Caroline Korell RMQHYA Reporter
YOUTH SPOTLIGHT Brooke Jolstad Hi! My name is Brooke Jolstad. I am 13 years old and currently coming to the end of my last 13 and under year. I live in 10
Brooke Jolstad with her first horse Taito Joe aka “Charlie”.
COURTESY BROOKE JOLSTAD
COURTESY BROOKE JOLSTAD
Hi Everyone, I can’t believe it’s already November! 2018 has really flown by! This year has been great, and I can’t wait to see what is to come. I hope your November is going well for you. In January of 2019, RMQHA will have the annual convention and awards banquet. Caroline Korell The dates for that event are Friday, January 25 and Saturday, January 26. At the convention, RMQHYA will have a youth meeting where we go over plans, fundraisers, etc., for the next year. If you can come, the meeting is a great experience. It helps everybody to be on the same page for the new year. Also, you can have a vote in who you would like to be an officer or director, and you may even be running for a position yourself. Also a part of that weekend will be the awards banquet. There, the youth along with all other divisions of RMQHA who have shown hard all year will be recognized for their awards. Congratulations to everyone who will be receiving an award this year! Thanksgiving and other holidays are coming up, which I think makes this a perfect time to reflect on RMQHA as a great association. I have been the RMQHYA reporter almost two years now, and I have really enjoyed my time here. I’ve met so many people and learned so much since first joining RMQHYA. I hope that all of the other members feel the same, and that we can spread these good vibes to new members joining RMQHYA. I am so excited for what these next few months and the new year have to offer. Also, 2018 is starting to slow down a bit more, but 2019 will be off to a great start right away with the Denver Circuit January 1-6. I hope to see you there! Lastly, I wanted to say a big thank you to everybody who has written a youth spotlight for the magazine this year. The youth spotlights are a great way for youth to get to know other members, so I am very grateful to everyone who has been so kind as to write one! Caroline
COURTESY BROOKE JOLSTAD
RMQHA Youth News
Brooke with Betta Believe It aka “Maurice”. The Rocky Mountain Quarter Horse
COURTESY JENTRY SHANDLEY
Jentry Shandley with She’s Hot Trouble aka “Fergie”.
Gabe Garrison of GLG Performance Horses. I show VS Costar (Chip), in horsemanship, trail, and western riding. I’ve only had Chip since April, but we’re are becoming a great team and I’m looking forward to showing him in the future. Last but not least is Precise Diamond (Roxy). Roxy and I show in western riding and showmanship. I’ve had Roxy for several years and Jentry with VS Costar aka “Chip”. she continues to teach me and help me become a better rider. I ride both Roxy and Chip under the guidance of Kelly McDowell. My favorite part of RMQHYA is how supportive it is. The association is really one big family and someone is always there to offer encouragement or a helping hand. I would like to thank my parents for allowing me to have the opportunity to show and for always helping and supporting me.
COURTESY JENTRY SHANDLEY
Even though I am very busy throughout the year showing, I find the time to play volleyball for my school. By starting to show in the RMQHA at a young age, I have grown so much and made the best friends you could ask for. Even though I’m younger than most of the youth that I show with, everyone in the youth association have been so supportive and encouraging. I can’t wait for the shows to come and the new friends to meet through the RMQHYA.
Hi all! My name is Jentry Shandley and I live in the mountains northwest of Fort Collins. I’m currently homeschooled and am a junior in high school. I’ve been riding horses for as long as I can remember and we’ve always had at least a couple of horses. I started out showing leadline in APHA and IBHA and started showing in the AQHA and RMQHA when I was six. I currently have three show horses- She’s Hot Trouble, VS Costar, and Precise Diamond. She’s Hot Trouble (Fergie), is the newest addition to Jentry with Precise Diamond aka “Roxy”. the family. I show her in reining and ride with November 2018
COURTESY JENTRY SHANDLEY
RMQHA Youth Election years, holding the Vice President and Treasurer offices. I have had the opportunity to participate in the YES conference the last two years. This has allowed me to meet people all over the country with one common passion: the American Quarter Horse. I believe that I will make a strong leader for RMQHYA with my organization, social, and communication skills.
Youth Officer Candidates:
My name is Hayley Reed and I am the current RMQHYA Vice President. I am 17 years old and live in Montrose, Colorado. I am Senior at Peak Academy and Montrose High School. I show This Chocolates Hot, also known as Dallas. I compete in the all-around events, Western Hayley Reed Riding being my favorite. I have been a member of RMQHYA for six years. One of the best parts of being involved with the RMQHYA and showing in Colorado is all of the people I have met, friendships I have made and opportunities I have received. While being very busy with my horses, I still find time to be involved in FFA and 4-H. I am currently the President of the Gunnison Valley FFA District and the Montrose FFA Chapter where I compete in extemporaneous speaking, as well as on the parliamentary procedure team and land evaluation team. Also being President of my 4-H club, I show swine and goats. I also have had the opportunity to represent Montrose as the Montrose County Fair and Rodeo Queen this past year. In the future, I plan to run for a Colorado State FFA Office. After that my goal is to pursue a degree in biochemistry and then apply to medical school, with the ultimate goal of becoming a radiologist. I am running for the president position. Not only have I been involved in the association for quite some time, I have also been on the executive board for the past two 12
COURTESY HAYLEY REED
Hello! I am Lauren Weaber and I am running for the office of vice president. I have been an at-large director for the RMQHYA this last year (20172018) as well as a delegate for the Youth Excellence Seminar. I have greatly enjoyed the leadership and public relations Lauren Weaber positions and I would like to have a more integral role in these aspects of our association as president. In the past, I have been president of my 4-H club and have held other leadership positions in my club. I am a LINK leader at my high school, where we mentor and help freshman adjust to high school culture by giving them advice and studying tools, in addition to leading lessons and developing character while being an active high school student. During the 2018 year, I was also a participant in the AQHA Ranching Heritage Young Horse Development Program and had the great opportunity to raise and train a Quarter Horse weanling turned yearling. Throughout the program, I have developed new friends in the AQHA and have gained a new appreciation for the American Quarter Horse Association as an organization, its staff, and the great breed of horse we get to call our own! I would like to be an officer in order to improve the Youth Association and to bridge gaps between disciplines within the association. I believe that this association has so much to offer to its members and provides countless ways for us to grow as young people and horsemen and women. The Rocky Mountain Quarter Horse
COURTESY SLAUREN WEABER
Hi! My name is Caroline Korell, and I would love to be considered for the position of the RMQHYA secretary. I have been the reporter for the last two years and would love to continue my time as an officer. I love RMQHYAâ€™s focus on reaching out and bringing in new members, so I would love to help build on that. That Caroline Korell aspect of RMQHYA really helped me as I made the transition from open shows to Quarter Horse shows very smooth since everybody was so welcoming. So, I would really love to continue the emphasis on that as well as continuing to be involved in other aspects of the association. I am also an organized person, so I think that would be a good quality to have as the secretary. I hope you consider me for RMQHYA secretary.
Treasurer My name is Logan Marie Gloude. I am a 10 th grader at Kent Denver School. I have been a member of RMQHYA for 5 years and have served as a Director at Large and been on the Youth World Show committee for 2 years. I am currently the Treasurer and am in charge of the fundraising activities. I would like to continue to serve as the Treasurer for RMQHYA in 2019. Over the past year I have worked closely with the Executive Board to implement new fundraising activities and enhance the ones that we have relied on in the past. These fundraisers are crucial to the RMQHYA as the money raised goes towards the AQHYA World Show team and year-end awards for the Youth Association. Over the past year, we successfully raised enough money to allow November 2018
COURTESY CAROLINE KORELL
for an increase in the year-end award budget by over $1000.00. I have learned a lot over the past ten months as Treasurer and believe I can continue to learn and positively contribute to RMQHYA. If reelected, I would like to take on the challenge of fundraising enough Logan Marie Gloude money to again increase our budget for both the World Show and year end awards. Thank you in advance for your support.
Attention RMQHYA youth members! The annual meeting of the youth association will be held Monday, December 31, 2018 at the National Western Events Center at 1:00 pm. Association business and election of officers and regional directors will take place at this time. For more information Contact the RMQHYA Youth Advisor, Jodie Witt. Jodie.firstname.lastname@example.org or 970-222-3922 / 303-659-7752
COURTESY SHAUN GLOUDE
By becoming an officer, I would have the possibility to encourage others with their horse related adventures and provide opportunities for us to grow together with our passion for the American Quarter Horse!
Holiday Gift Guide Let’s get your shopping started! GREELEY HAT WORKS believes in function and fashion so whether you’re hoping for a fedora beneath the tree or a new, custom made hat for the arena, they have you covered. Custom hats begin at $489 and they offer a 10 percent discount to RMQHA members. The hat pictured is a black pure beaver with double welt stitching around the brim. Merry Christmas to you!
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Serenity Wallerstedt began making wild rags at her kitchen table when she first began COWGIRL MADE. Since then, she has expanded her shop to offer wild rags and scarves that are often seen being worn by Miss Rodeo Colorado and Miss Rodeo America. It’s Wallerstedt’s wild rag ruffs, however, that are on our Christmas list. The ruffs fit on any wild rag, come in faux and real fur, including angora, and add warmth and style to our long winters. They’re available for $35 for faux fur, $70 for beaver or mink on cowgirlmade.com.
These custom tooled leather heels will be on the feet of Miss Rodeo Wyoming Morgan Wallace in December at the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo. RK LEATHER is booked into 2019 for custom shoes, bouquet wraps, and belts but they do offer some in stock merchandise for purchase or you can visit them during the WNFR in a shared booth with Retro West boutique. Find RK Leather on Facebook or at rk-leather.com.
Gift Guide If a purse is on your list, this clutch from Tad Knowles Custom Leather will make your Christmas merry. It has slots for credit cards and pockets for cash. For a high fashion look, a custom designed, hand tooled purse with fringe will be different than any other youâ€™ll see. All tooling is unique and hand carved, never from a pattern and is nothing short of stunning. Find them on Facebook.
BE TRUE WESTERN is a boutique run by ranch wife Brandee Lewis, located in Kit Carson, Colo., and online at betruewestern. com. Lewis has a wide selection of graphic tees, jeans and accessories of all types whether you are on the ranch or on the town. Pictured here: Fringe jacket - $44, Concho belt $565, jeans - $36, graphic tee - $33, necklace - $20, statement earring - $12.
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Buffalo, Wyoming, ranch wife and metalsmith Heidi Stevens has been creating flatware jewelry like this sterling silver set, available for $250. Each piece is crafted from found flatware, repurposed into rings, bracelets, and sets that are unique and eye catching. To see Heidi’s work, as well as, the work of her husband Andy, a silversmith and saddle maker, visit ANDY STEVENS SADDLES AND SILVER on Facebook.
TAD KNOWLES CUSTOM LEATHER, Kiowa, Colo., has been featured in magazines and shows, but perhaps most importantly, in the hands of good horsemen. Knowles’ handmade boot jacks can be customized with brands or initials. Every belt he makes is unique, hand-carved and dyed, and wallets are available made from top quality materials, hand tooled, and in a pocket size with a money clip. Saddles, show chaps, spur straps, chinks, and anything else that might be on your list can be built upon request. Find them on Facebook.
It’s hard to cowboy with cold ears but COWGIRL MADE, based in Calhan, Colo., offers silk cowboy ear warmers to add warmth and wind-stopping power in a thin product that can be worn beneath your favorite lid. They’re handmade and ship for free. Available for $20 on cowgirlmade.com.
Horse Show News
Colorado’s Winning Cowboy
Trey Yates RMQHA member Trey Yates, Pueblo, Colo., finished 2017 with just over $17,000 in winnings and as 76th in the PRCA world standings, but he started the 2018 season with a big win at the Mountain States Circuit Finals Rodeo and stayed hot all year. This December, Yates will be backing into the heeling box as the number five heeler in the world. Aboard his two good Quarter Horses, Romancing the Chics (Dude) and In the Nic of Shine (Tux), Yates won the Cody (Wyo,) Stampede and the Reno (Nev.) Rodeo with Aaron Tsingine; the RAM Mountain States Circuit Finals Rodeo (Loveland, Colo.) with Ty Blasingame; the Dixie National Rodeo (Jackson, Miss.) and the Crockett (Texas) Lions Club PRCA Rodeo with Tyler Wade; the Kimball (Neb.) Banner Fair and Rodeo with dad, J.D. Yates; and the Walla Walla (Wash.) Frontier Days, Moses Lake (Wash.) Round-Up Rodeo, and Kitsap Stampede (Bremerton, Wash.) with Garrett Rogers. Yates said he experienced a very successful Fourth of July, or Cowboy Christmas run, with only one summer weekend not resulting in winnings. Much of his success he said is attributed to his mounts. “We bought Tux as a four-year old and my dad showed him at the World Show,” he said. “He’s really good to rope calves on, too, so we roped quite a few calves on him, headed, and heeled for the last two years.” Dude was purchased as a six-year old and accompanied Yates to college, playing a role in team roping’s top spot in the college ranks. Since the end of the 2018 season, Yates has been able to spend some time at home preparing for December’s Wrangler National Finals Rodeo. He said he turns the two horses out and ropes a couple head on them every other day to keep them in shape. 18
He will be traveling to the World Championship Rope Horse Futurity in Fort Worth, Texas, the PRCA RAM Mountain States Circuit Finals in Loveland, Colo., the AQHA World Show in Oklahoma City, Okla., and then to Arizona to rope and prepare for the Finals. Trey Yates In addition to the PRCA rodeos, Yates competed on the Casper College Rodeo Team, winning both the Central Rocky Mountain Region title and the College National Championship title in heeling with Kellan Johnson from Gillette (Wyo.) College. The Rocky Mountain Quarter Horse
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Yates heels on Romancing the Chics behind Ty Blasingame at the RAM National Circuit Finals in Kissimmee, Florida.
In the Nic of Shine comes around the corner with Yates and Ty Blasingame at the RAM National Circuit Finals in Kissimmee, Florida.
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2nd Annual Judges’ Seminar and Horse Show Experience in Northern Colorado by Morgan Offutt
Juding is underway in the Ranch-Way Feeds Indoor Arena at The Ranch Events Complex in Loveland, Colo.
HorseShowJudges.com recently hosted their 2nd Annual Judges Seminar and Horse Show Experience – an innovative horse show model combining judges’ education with a three-day open horse show – in collaboration with Colorado State University (CSU), The Ranch Events Complex, and the Northern Colorado Riding Club (NCRC). The event was very successful, boasting 574 entries over the weekend of Sept. 28-30 in Loveland, Colorado. The Rocky Mountain Quarter Horse Association (RMQHA) was well represented at the show, through numerous competing members and several ambassadors promoting the organization throughout the weekend. HorseShowJudges.com is a universal horse show judges list and an e-commerce business focused on providing resources, education, and online training for judges, in addition to simplifying the process of connecting show managers with horse show judges. The two and a half days before the open horse show, judges participated in a traditional classroom educational seminar. Then, judges were able to practice their newly learned skills in the show pen over the weekend and gain real-time experience judging classes under the supervision and guidance of professional horse show judges. “This seminar format is the ultimate hands-on, real-time learning experience like no other seminar that is currently offered,” said David J. Denniston, Ph.D. and founder of HorseShowJudges.com. The idea for HorseShowJudges.com started when Denniston, a member of the APHA Judges Committee, identified a need to improve the way
in which judges are trained. “Currently, a judge can go through the whole testing process and pass, but you have never actually seen them judge a horse show,” Denniston said. “This model gives us a chance to provide real-time advice and feedback, rather than having a judge make a mistake and not know what they did wrong.” The open show was conducted like a world show, with five judges in the arena for each class. However, unlike a world show (and most multi-judged shows), exhibitors only had to pay one fee of ten dollars per class to show in as many classes as they wanted. “When you pay per judge, it can get really expensive,” said Denniston. “At this show, you get to show under all five judges and get five different opinions for one low price.” There were two professional judges assisting the judging seminar participants in the ring. Judges rotated classes so that there were five
Colorado State University Equine Sciences student edited by Dr. David J. Denniston
RMQHYA youth member Grant Weaber studies his pattern before his class. 20
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judging a class at a time. If they had questions, they were able the professional judges to get answers right away. Exhibitors benefitted from this format, because the placings of all five judges were averaged, rather than relying heavily on the opinion of one judge. Overall placings were announced for each class, but the individual placings of each judge were posted so competitors could see feedback from all five. Judging seminar participants evaluate a class. “If you’re a beginner or advanced, it’s well worth your time to come out and learn, grow, and experience the show scene,” said Sharon Meyer, an exhibitor who attended the show for the first time this year. Friday’s classes included trail and ranch trail. Saturday’s classes were western pleasure, horsemanship, ranch rail pleasure, and ranch riding, along with a special HSJ Reining Challenge at the end of the day. Finally, Sunday’s classes included halter, showmanship, hunter under saddle, and hunt seat equitation. The NCRC awarded prizes to the high point winners for each class. Additionally, each round of classes concluded with “HSJ Challenge Classes” that provided exhibitors the opportunity to compete again and win additional prizes. This year, winners of each HSJ Challenge Class received a free 8” x 10” print from the show’s official photographer, Vince LeMaster Photography. Additionally, 1st, 4th, and 6th place high point winners in the Challenge classes won trophy belt buckles and 2nd, 3rd, 5th, and 7th place high point winners received embroidered hanging grooming bags. “I came last year and had so much fun, I came back,” said exhibitor Daphne Potter, who won a trophy belt buckle last year. “They run a good show and I highly recommend it to my friends.” This unique show experience would not have been possible without the partnership of several different institutions. HorseShowJudges. com organized the judging seminar, ran the event, and provided judges. Colorado State University, where David J. Denniston is an associate professor in the Equine Sciences program, provided many student volunteers to help run the show. The Ranch Events Complex in Loveland, Colorado provided the facility at a community rate, and the Northern Colorado Riding Club helped promote the event November 2018
and provided some volunteers. The Rocky Mountain Quarter Horse Association’s Executive Director, Jodie Witt, along with several RMQHA members competed at the show. This collaboration of partners allowed this innovative show to be a success. “Thanks to the support of The Ranch Events Complex, we can make this event affordable to the Colorado horse industry and supply education at the same time,” said Denniston. “This is a great educational collaboration between The Ranch Events Complex, Colorado State University and HorseShowJudges.com.” This show was an excellent opportunity for competitors and judges alike. The combination of high-point prizes, affordable class fees, and feedback from multiple judges offered a unique experience for new and experienced competitors. The classroom training and in-the-ring experience gave seminar participants innovative training and laid a foundation for their future success in judging the show ring. “This show is such a great, fun environment for everyone and it’s also great to support the local horse show club and HorseShowJudges. com,” said Dakota Cotner, a long-time NCRC member who competed in this year’s show after participating in the educational judges’ seminar last year. The 3rd annual Judges’ Seminar and Horse Show Experience show is scheduled for Sept. 25-29, 2019 at The Ranch Events Complex in Loveland, Colorado. The Northern Colorado Riding Club’s Fall Spectacular Horse Show occurs over the weekend, Sept. 27-29, concurrently with the judges’ educational experience. For more information on participating in the Judges’ Seminar, visit HorseShowJudges.com or contact David J. Denniston at email@example.com. Visit NorthColoRidingClub.com for more information about becoming a member of the Northern Colorado Riding Club. For questions or comments regarding this article, please contact Morgan Offutt at firstname.lastname@example.org
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Photos by Caryn Hill
Celebrates 10 Years!
Of all the many shows sponsored and approved each year by the Rocky Mountain Quarter Horse Association, Rocktoberfest is simply the most fun by miles! This horse show has something for everyone â€“ including its popular costume class â€“ along with all-breed classes, walk-trot opportunities, and a relaxed atmosphere that welcomes new people, new horses, and old friends. AND, Rocktoberfest has the added bonus of being the first competition with points that count toward the year-end awards for 2019. Everyone got a jump on the new year! Enjoy the photos here, and plan to come to ALL the RMQHA shows in 2019. Check out our Schedule of Events on page 49.
RMQHA had a Membership Drawing for those renewing their 2019 memberships during Roctoberfest: Winners won Greeley Hat Works Certificates: $100 Lorie Liddicoat $100 Daphne Potter $350 Kristin Bullard The RMQHA Youth pulled off a very quick fundraiser at Roctoberfest. You could buy a balloon for $10 and the number inside entered you into a drawing for a $100 King Soopers Gift Card. Congratulations goes to the winner Cheryl Kilker of Show Me Twice. The youth raised $290 and the proceeds are being donated in support of October being Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Thank you to everyone for your support.
Northwest Insurance $500 Scholarship Winner Logan Marie Gloude on Invitation to Boot. NORTHWEST INSURANCE $500 YOUTH SCHOLARSHIP AWARDED TO HIGHEST POINTED OVERALL YOUTH, 18 & UNDER OR L1 YOUTH Must enter at least one English & one Western class. Halter does not count. Cross entry across divisions (L1 Youth to Youth 18 & Under does not count) and only one Scholarship will be awarded. Must show under all judges, be a current RMQHA member, and RMQHA rules will apply. 22
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High-Point Champions from Rocktoberfest, held October 18-21, 2018 at The Ranch in Loveland.
Congratulations to all! Open Horse: Susan Harding & Berry Best Step Youth All Around: Lauren Weaber & Overdue To Be Invitd
Walk/Jog: Karla Bennet & Wicked Lee Good
Jimmy Daurio in the Ranch Horse Class.
Novice Youth: Logan Maire Gloude & Invitatio To Boot
Select Amateur All Around:
Even the dogs got into the costume action.
Kurt Gabrielson & Get His Dimensions
Amateur All Around: Rhonda Engels & Good To Be Invested
Novice Amateur All Around: Kurt Gabrielson & Get His Dimensions
All-Breed All Ages: Rebecca Kearney & Invythepossibilities
All-Breed 19 & Over: Linda Miller & Buck Im Good
Ready for some English action!
Costume Class Winners! Adult – Pirate – Patricia Vitari & The Absolute Answer
Youth – Miss Piggy and Kermit – Ashlyn Stucky & Shot of Chocolate
Most Original – Ranger – Makala Kessle & Invy the Possibilities
Judge Mark Cosenza places cones for a horsemanship class. November 2018
Ashlyn Stucky & Shot of Chocolate won the Youth Costume Class dressed as Miss Piggy and Kermit. 23
RMQHA Annual Convention January 25 – 26th, 2019
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TENTATIVE SCHEDULE Friday, January 25
(Subject to Changes)
1:00 PM – 7:00 PM 2:00 PM – 4:00 PM 6:00 PM – 7:00 PM
Registration Executive Committee Meeting Registration/Silent Auction (All welcome. Cash Bar)
7:00 PM – 11:00 PM RMQHA Hall of Fame Inductions & Reception (Ticketed Event - Dinner and Cash Bar)
Saturday – January 26 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM 8:00 AM – 9:00 AM 8:00 AM – 9:00 AM 8:00 AM – 9:00 AM 9:30 AM – 11:30 AM 9:30 AM – 11:30 AM
Registration & Silent Auction Amateur Committee Meeting Committee Meeting #2 - To be Announced Committee Meeting #3 - To be Announced Show and Performance Meeting (Open to all members) Race Meeting (Open to all members)
1:00 PM – 2:30 PM 1:00 PM – 2:30 PM 3:00 PM – 5:00 PM 5:30 PM – 6:30 PM
RMQHYA Youth Meeting Full Board of Directors Meeting Membership General Session Reception & Silent Auction (All welcome - Cash Bar)
11:45 AM – 12:45 PM LUNCH with Craig Huffhines, AQHA Executive Vice President (Ticketed Event)
6:30 PM – 10:30 PM
AWARDS BANQUET: “It’s Fiesta Time!” (Ticketed Event - Cash Bar)
CONVENTION HIGHLIGHTS Hall of Fame Inductions & Reception Friday evening is dedicated to the presentation of the RMQHA Hall of Fame inductees. Come and celebrate our wonderful honorees – both horse and human – and mingle with your friends for a great evening including live entertainment and dancing! Awards Banquet and Live Auction Spend Saturday evening celebrating a super 2018! Enjoy great food, warm fellowship, live entertainment and an exciting live auction! Cheer on your fellow year-end award and scholarship winners. To support RMQHA, please bring an item for: the Silent Auction, the Live Auction, or Door Prizes. Contact the RMQHA office with questions. Fun activities are being planned by the RMQHYA to raise funds for 2019 year end awards and events, come prepared to have fun and support each other.
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Planning Ahead for Horse Breeding Breeding farm managers suggest steps to take now that can save time and money later. October 26, 2018 From The American Quarter Horse Journal
Whether you are breeding 100 mares or just one, breeding farm managers recommend planning early for next year’s season. By thoroughly researching your favorite stallions and making your selection in the fall, you increase your chances of booking the stallion you really want. Although not all stallions advertise a limited book, certain months can fill up quickly for both on-farm and shipped semen breeding. There are also mare-management tips that make the breeding farm’s job easier.
Mare Tips Amy Gumz of Gumz Farms in Morganfield, Kentucky, advises picking in the fall - November is definitely not too early - to assure that you get a contract with the stallion you feel will best complement your mare. Amy suggests talking to the stallion’s owners or representatives at shows like the All American Quarter Horse Congress or the AQHA World Championship Show. “Many stallions will have only a limited number of breedings available, especially shipped semen breedings,” Amy says. “If you want to book to a particular stallion, timing is critical.” In addition to booking early, Amy says mare care can have a big effect on the success of getting a mare bred, especially if you want an early foal. She recommends performing a late-fall pregnancy check. Open or early foaling mares should be put under lights to help them cycle early in the spring. “Without artificial lighting, most open or foaling mares will not ovulate until mid-spring,” Amy says. “We start our mares under lights on December 1. A good rule of thumb is to use a 200-watt bulb, and you must be able to read a newspaper from any and all corners of the stall.”
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Futurities Mike Hay of Pilot Knob Quarter Horses emphasizes the need to book early, especially if you want to breed your mare in a particular month. In addition, early warning helps prepare the breeding farm for any special needs your mare might have. The farm can be prepared to foal out your mare, provide her a heated stall or deal with any breeding problems.
Breeding horses is something that takes time and months of planning ahead. Mike also gives tips on purchasing futurity breedings during the fall. Since futurity breeding contracts are developed by the futurity, and not necessarily the stallion owner, Mike says inquiring about any additional charges might save you money. If you are purchasing the breeding with the intent to ship the semen, Mike says futurity breeding contracts don’t always cover extra costs like container deposits, lab or collection fees and shipping fees. Ask questions early and often. And Mike says to write down the answers and make sure you have them included in the contract.
Lights, Lights, Lights Joe Jeane, previously the owner and breeding manager of Down the Rail Performance Prospects,, suggests putting mares under lights the day after Thanksgiving. Typically, mares start cycling 45 to 50 days after beginning a light program. Be providing 16 hours of light a day, mares are ready to start cycling January 24, just prior to beginning breeding season on February 1. In most cases, stalled mares have lights that come on by timer at 6 a.m. until 10 p.m. According to Joe, many people mistakenly think that if their facilities are not conducive to stalling horses under lights, the program won’t work for them. “One time, we had more mares than we had stalls,” Joe says. “We set up lights around a set of pens we had at the end of a paddock. We would feed them in the pen until dark, keep them under lights until 10 p.m., and then the night watchman would turn them out in the paddock. Those mares cycled at the same time the stalled mares did.” Joe also emphasizes monitoring the mares’ body score. Mares that are too fat often have more foaling problems than mare that are kept in optimum trim. “Maybe it’s my cattle background,” Joe says. “But I hate to see mares that are too fat. Of course, they can be too thin, as well. You want to keep them in good shape.” For more information visit www.AQHA.com.
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RMQHA Horses and History
National Western Stock Show: A Colorado Quarter Horse Breeders’ Legacy photos courtesy The Rocky Mountain Quarter Horse: A 50 Year History of the Rocky Mountain Quarter Horse
At the inaugural National Western Stock Show Quarter Horse show in 1944, five of the eight Rocky Mountain Quarter Horse Association founding members exhibited. According to The Rocky Mountain Quarter Horse: A 50 Year History of the Rocky Mountain Quarter Horse by Dave Currin and Judy Fell, the first judge was Albert K. Mitchell for Halter and Performance was judged by Cleo Jack. The NWSS quickly became one of the country’s most prestigious (noun?) , despite Denver’s often bitter cold January weather. A major stadium was added in 1952, allowing the finals for AQHA classes to take place during rodeo intermission in the stadium. The Hall of Education was constructed in 1972, which became the home of the horse shows until another complex was added in the 1990s. Over the years of grand champion stallions, names added to the roster of champions include Poco Bueno (1947), Skipper W (1949), Wimpy Leo (1961), Two Eyed Jack (1965), Zan Parr Bar (1977), and other notable stallions from Colorado and around the country. Mares earning top honors were exhibited by Colorado’s Hank Weiscamp, Hugh Bennett, J. Casement, Quincy Farms, Ed Honnen, F. Dickinson, Butch Hosmer, D. Reed, and Marilyn Shea. The RMQHA played host to an annual sale during the NWSS beginning in 1945. RMQHA and AQHA legend Hank Weiscamp called the sale for 19 years beginning in 1947.
The old horse and mule barn at the National Western Stock Show, 1947.
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Gold Heels, Grand Champion at the first National Western Stock Show, 1944, bred, oned and shown by Marshall Peavy.
Flamette, Grand Champion Mare at the first National Western Stock Show, bred, and owned by Hank Weiscamp.
A typical stallion halter class in the mid 1970’s. The Rocky Mountain Quarter Horse
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Tuesday, January 1, 2019 & Friday, January 4, 2019 Events Center Arena—8:00 am 01/401 Trail—L1 Horse (NSBA) 02/402 Trail—L1 Youth (NSBA) 03/403 Trail—L1 Amateur (NSBA) 04/404 Trail—Junior Horse (NSBA) 05/405 Trail—Youth 18&U (NSBA) 06/406 Trail—Am Select (NSBA) 07/407 Trail—Amateur (NSBA) 08/408 Trail—Senior Horse (NSBA) 09/409 Western Riding—L1 Horse (NSBA) 10/410 Western Riding—L1 Youth (NSBA) 11/411 Western Riding—L1 Amateur (NSBA) 12/412 Western Riding—Junior Horse (NSBA) 13/413 Western Riding—Youth 18&U (NSBA) 14/414 Western Riding—Amateur (NSBA) 15/415 Western Riding—Senior Horse (NSBA) 16/416 Ranch Riding—Youth 18&U (NSBA) 17 Reining—Youth 18&U Wednesday, January 2, 2019 & Saturday, January 5. 2019 Paddock Arena—8:00 am 18/418 Halter Perf. Stallions—Open (NSBA) 19 Halter Yearling Stallions—Open 20 Halter 2-Year Old Stallions—Open 21 Halter 3-Year Old Stallions—Open 22 Halter Aged Stallions—Open Grand/Reserve Halter Stallion 25/425 Halter Perf. Stallions—Amateur (NSBA) 26 Halter Yearling Stallions—Amateur 27 Halter 2-Year Old Stallions—Amateur 28 Halter 3-Year Old Stallions—Amateur 29 Halter Aged Stallions—Amateur Grand/Reserve Am Halter Stallion 32/432 Halter Perf. Mares—Open (NSBA) 33 Halter Yearling Mares—Open 34 Halter 2-Year Old Mares—Open 35 Halter 3-Year Old Mares—Open 36 Halter Aged Mares—Open Grand/Reserve Halter Mare 39/439 Halter Perf. Mares—Amateur (NSBA) 40 Halter Yearling Mares—Amateur 41 Halter 2-Year Old Mares—Amateur 42 Halter 3-Year Old Mares—Amateur 43 Halter Aged Mares—Amateur Grand/Reserve Am Halter Mare 46/446 Halter Perf. Mares—Youth (NSBA) 47 Halter Yearling Mares—Youth 48 Halter 2-Year Old Mares—Youth 49 Halter 3-Year Old Mares—Youth 50 Halter Aged Mares—Youth Grand/Reserve Youth Halter Mare 53/453 Halter Perf. Geldings—Open (NSBA) 54 Halter Yearling Geldings—Open 55 Halter 2-Year Old Geldings—Open 56 Halter 3-Year Old Geldings—Open 57 Halter Aged Geldings—Open Grand/Reserve Halter Gelding
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$150/stall paid before Dec. 10 $165/stall paid after Dec. 10 Panel removal $15/panel Arrival after 10am Sunday, Dec. 30, 2018. Departure Midnight Jan. 6, 2019 Stall reservations must be postmarked with payment by Monday, Dec. 10, 2018. Send reservations to: Heidi Lane—301 S. Neilson Ave., Pueblo, CO 81001 or Fax: 719-562-0186 Any horse showing that didn’t purchase a stall will be charged a $30/horse/day haul-in fee.
Bedding & Hay
Camping Circuit $180 Per Night $40 Arrival after 10am Sunday, Dec. 30, 2018. Departure Midnight Jan. 6, 2019. Limited Spaces available, reserve early! Awards Ribbons will be given 1st-6th place. Circuit awards in each class. High Point Awards for: L1 Youth, Youth 18 & U, L1 Amateur, Amateur, Amateur Select, L1 Horse, Junior Horse, and Senior Horse Ranch Riding/Reining High Point Award for Youth, Amateur, Open HEALTH REQUIREMENTS: In state-30-day Health Certificate. Out of State-30-Day Health Cert + 1 yr. Coggins. Dogs—Any pets in the stall area must be on a leash at all times. No pets are allowed in/near the arenas
Show Manager: Lindsey Berbee (720) 935-2026 Lindsey.Berbee@outlook.com
Show Secretary: Heidi Lane (719) 320-6355 Heidi.HorseShows@gmail.com
Bringing Youth to Quarter Horse Racing... and keeping them...
Get a true behind-the-scenes look into the racing industry at the AQHYA National Racing Experience. by Rachel Gabel
opportunity to see other aspects of the track operations, right down to the finish line photography. Youth members interested in participating in the National Youth Racing Experience must complete an online application with five short essay questions and an essay detailing their motivation to attend. They must also complete an online Racing Skillathon contest that tests their knowledge of racing. The member’s score is factored into the total score for selection. The Skillathon sections include general AQHA knowledge, coat colors, horse health, racetrack revenue, types of races, claiming races, racing officials and regulation, racing medication, track condition, general racing, and equipment identification. The Skillathon questions, once opened, are free and available to anyone to test their racing knowledge. The AQHA also makes available study materials to help applicants prepare for the Skillathon
The National Youth Racing Experience comes to Los Alamitos Race Track in Cypress, Calif., November 15-18, 2018. Five AQHYA members are selected for the all-expense paid trip and are entered into a competition with fellow participants for one of three scholarships, totaling $6,000. While this year’s class is already in place, eligible AQHYA members can make plans now to apply for 2019. The experience is designed to bring interested youth members to the track to experience every aspect of racing up close and personal, hopefully resulting in a lifelong involvement in racing. “Every morning during the Experience, the youth are paired with a trainer and they spend a few hours every morning with them working in the barn, getting horses ready, and learning from the trainer,” Jacy Hammer, AQHYA director said. Afternoons find the participants at racing council meetings where they are given look into racing issues, presentations, and are involved in the important conversations. Each night, participants watch the races, even accompanying their trainer to the winner’s circle in the instance of a win. Participants are also treated The National Youth Racing Experience pairs participants with trainers to give them an exclusive to track tours, meetings with look at all aspects of the race industry. The 2017 class was able to meet and spend some time with officials and stewards, and the
The Rocky Mountain Quarter Horse
PRCA PHOTO BY KENT SOULE
is the Goal of the National Youth Racing Experience
Compiled by RMQHA Office
Los Alamitos Racecourse (California)
Each month we track RMQHA members and their horses involved with racing at tracks all across the country and report back on how they are doing. Congratulations to all, and keep
October 21 — I Like My Chances was third in the fifth race of the day, a trial race for two-year olds, earning owner Thomas Bradbury, trainer Paul Jones, and jockey Ramon Sanchez $500 in the 400-yard race.
PRCA PHOTO BY KENT SOULE
Results through October 21, 2018
PRCA PHOTO BY KENT SOULE
In the ninth race of the day, Purty Fancy Dude, owned by Thomas Bradbury and Lila Kessinger was third, earning $500. Trainer Michael Casselman and jockey Jesus Ayala rounded out the team for the 400-yard trial race.
up the good work!
The five AQHYA members selected for the 2017 National Youth Racing Experience at the Los Alamitos Race Track in Cypress, Calif. Each participant was paired with a trainer, even accompanying the trainer to racing council meetings and the winner’s circle.
2017 National Youth Racing Experience Scholarship winners shared $6,000, based on their application, Racing Skillathon score, and performance at the National Racing Experience event. They were three of the five selected for the all-expense paid, threeday event.
Youth members may also include letters of recommendation from affiliates to compliment the completed application. Applicants who are accepted to the National Youth Racing Experience are automatically entered into a competition with fellow participants for the chance to win $6,000 in award money - $3,000 is awarded to first place; $2,000 is awarded to second place; and $1,000 is awarded to third place. The winners are determined by each participant’s cumulative scores including their application, Racing Skillathon Contest results, interview scores, and overall performance throughout the educational experience. Youth must be 16 years old at the time of the national event to apply. Racing affiliates may recommend one youth from their regional racing experience by submitting the participant’s name and application to AQHA by October 1, 2019. Youth may also apply directly to be an at-large participant by submitting their application to AQHA by October 1. Applicants must also complete the online
Racing Skillathon Contest, and their results will count toward their cumulative total in the program. Five participants will be chosen to receive an all-expenses-paid trip to the Bank of America Challenge Championships. All applicants must be members of AQHYA. In addition to the National Youth Racing Experience, state affiliates host two-day events for members throughout the year, with Iowa, Wyoming, Indiana all planning 2019 events. State racing affiliates sponsor the one or two-day events to allow young people a behind the scenes look at racing and all of the people and jobs that keep the AQHA’s fastest athletes on the track. Youth members get a behind the scenes look at the test barn, jock’s room, tote, mutules, money room, track veterinarian, chart writers, clerk of scales, announcer, trainers, exercise riders, racing equipment, rules of racing, starting gate, photo finish, video production, paddock judge identifier, stewards, track photographer, owners, outriders, and training techniques.
2019 Quarter Horse Races At Arapahoe Park Race Dates/Schedule To Be Determined
ROCKY MOUNTAIN FUTURITY OPEN TO QUARTER HORSES
$90,000 Estimated Purse
Trials and Finals June 2019 (Payments start December 1, 2018)
ROCKY MOUNTAIN DERBY OPEN TO QUARTER HORSES
$75,000 Estimated Purse
Trials and Finals June 2019 (Payments start December 1, 2018)
MILE HIGH FUTURITY OPEN TO QUARTER HORSES
$100,000 Estimated Purse
Trials and Finals July/August 2019 (Payments start February 1, 2019)
MILE HIGH DERBY OPEN TO QUARTER HORSES
$90,000 Estimated Purse
Trials and Finals July/August 2019 ( Payments start February 1, 2019)
COLORADO BRED RACES ***Must be enrolled in the Colorado Bred Program to be eligible***
CHERRY CREEK FUTURITY $75,000 Estimated Purse
LUCILE ROWE DERBY $60,000 Estimated Purse
Trials and Finals June/July 2019 (Payments start January 1, 2019)
For additional information or nomination forms go to rmqha.com/race/forms or call 303-659-7752
Note: nominations are starting December 1, 2018. 32
The Rocky Mountain Quarter Horse
2019 Membership Application Referred By: ____________________________________ Name: _________________________________________ Company: ______________________________________ For over 70 years, RMQHA has shared your dedication to and enthusiasm for the American Quarter Horse . Whether you race, breed, show, ranch, trail ride, or just like to socialize and keep up with regional Quarter Horse news, this association is for you . RMQHA provides the leadership vital to the protection and enhancement of our industry, heritage, education, programs and activities .
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__ Youth with Open Division Privileges . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$55
• A voice & vote at the annual RMQHA convention
__ Amateur with Open Division Privileges . . . . . . . . . . .$55
• A voice in state legislation
__ Open Individual . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$55
• Qualification for Colorado-Bred racing entries
__ Corporate/Ranch . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$55
• All trail ride information
__Family membership (limited benefits) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$55
• Eligibility for amazing Year-End Awards
__ Lifetime Membership (magazine not included) . . . . . . .$350
• Youth & Amateur, Rookie, Level 1 (Novice) • Youth 13 & under & 14-18 • Amateur & Amateur Select • Open & L1 (Green Horse)
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From RMQHA-Approved shows held through October 1, 2018.
More on the 2018 Show Season! Please note the format for horse show class point standings listed below. The “J” stands for how many judges a horse has been shown to in a particular class; then the total points follow. The TOP FIVE are printed here; full standings can be found on the website: www.RMQHA.com. KEEP UP THE GREAT WORK and GOOD LUCK!
YEARLING STALLIONS ZIPS GOOD POTENTIAL DAVID/MERILYN SCHERTZ/COOK 30 J / 30 PTS YEARLING MARES LITTLE MISS HOTTEE KENNETH & CHARLENE FRANKLIN 7 J / 7 PTS TWO-YEAR-OLD MARES THE PERFECT SECRET DAVA BENYAK & WILLIAM TIMAN 10 J / 56 PTS TEEZ COOLEST CLU KENNETH & CHARLENE FRANKLIN 8 J / 12 PTS ROCKEN THE DREAM DOUGLAS R GEORGE 8 J / 8 PTS THREE-YEAR-OLD MARES MY LIL SECRET ROBIN KLOVER 17 J / 51.5 PTS PREMO CREATION DAVID/MERILYN SCHERTZ/COOK 11 J / 18 PTS FINESSE DAVID/MERILYN SCHERTZ/COOK 7 J / 7 PTS AGED MARES SHES KEEPING SECRETS DAVA BENYAK 10 J / 39 PTS IB EXCEPTIONAL WAYNE AND JUDY BALDWIN 14 J / 34 PTS GIRLS GOT GUNS DAVA BENYAK & WILLIAM TIMAN 4 J / 24 PTS KIVAS HOLLYWOODREBEL SPENCER QUARTER HORSES SPENCER 6 J / 6 PTS GOTTA SECRET TOUCH DIANE PILANT 2 J / 4 PTS YEARLING GELDINGS MR COOL INTENTION DIANE PILANT 28 J / 98.5 PTS TWO-YEAR-OLD GELDINGS SOCIAL REMEMBERED DOUGLAS R GEORGE 8 J / 9 PTS AGED GELDINGS PHENOMENAL INTENTION JUDY SNOW 8 J / 32.5 PTS SENIOR CUTTING PADDYSINTHEMOONSHINE KERRY COGBURN 2 J / 6 PTS SWEET LIL OAK BRUCE & SUSAN RICE 1 J / 3 PTS JUNIOR WORKING COW HORSE GYPSYS GOT A GUN KATHLEEN L. MCPHAUL 1 J / 3 PTS HH COOL CASHMERE DONN & SANDIE HALL 1 J / 2 PTS SENIOR WORKING COW HORSE IMA STRAIGHT CHIC MARY E “MEG” GRIFFITH-RALSTON 2 J / 8 PTS TIE-DOWN ROPING GF GENUINE GOLD BARS CUSTOM MADE HORSES BANISTER/ BREWER 13 J / 26 PTS THIS CHICS BLUE BILL ANDERSON 9 J / 12 PTS DALLY TEAM ROPING-HEADING NICKETY CLIP CUSTOM MADE HORSES BANISTER/ BREWER 13 J / 75 PTS SALADO SUITE TERRY D SWANSON DVM 16 J / 55 PTS GF GENUINE GOLD BARS CUSTOM MADE HORSES BANISTER/ BREWER 13 J / 51 PTS
HOWBOUTA PEEK CJ & BOB LEMBKE 5 J / 44 PTS KR FANTALLICKA JIM & LINDA KINNISON 9 J / 42 PTS DALLY TEAM ROPING-HEELING GF GENUINE GOLD BARS CUSTOM MADE HORSES BANISTER/ BREWER 13 J / 112 PTS KR FANTALLICKA JIM & LINDA KINNISON 9 J / 107 PTS NICKETY CLIP CUSTOM MADE HORSES BANISTER/ BREWER 13 J / 72 PTS MS WINTER TIME CJ & BOB LEMBKE 9 J / 43 PTS JO DEZ SNUFF DONALD TISDALL 16 J / 33 PTS BARREL RACING DEALEM HOT KRISTEN MARIE GILMORE 9 J / 105 PTS LIL VAL LENA JUSTIN & LESLIE HILL 5 J / 100 PTS MS PLAYGIRL BLAKE DERALD SHAW 5 J / 29 PTS GO BLUE GOOSE SAMANTHA HARTUNG 2 J / 10 PTS GET HIS DIMENSIONS KURT GABRIELSON 3 J / 5 PTS JUNIOR REINING OUTLAW DREAMS MEGAN MULQUEEN 10 J / 262 PTS DREAM STEPPIN GARTH HYSTAD 12 J / 201 PTS HOLLYWOODMAGICMIKE CHARLOTTE HAHN 12 J / 198 PTS LIL JOE DIRT ALISON BENDELE 15 J / 131 PTS SMOKIN JO CASH PATRICE LEE-BEGNAUD 8 J / 121 PTS SENIOR REINING WIMPYS CRYSTAL BALL ALISON BENDELE 19 J / 392 PTS CORNBREAD N WIMPIN LINDSAY GUYNN 28 J / 246 PTS KOOKIE JAR LAUREN WAYMIRE 15 J / 239 PTS CROMED UP ABBY BUDD 14 J / 218 PTS VERLANDER MEGAN WALDRON 12 J / 194 PTS WESTERN RIDING - LEVEL 1 ROCK N RADICAL SUSAN BAKER 18 J / 172 PTS TOUCHT KIM GUTOWSKI 16 J / 145 PTS GET HIS DIMENSIONS KURT GABRIELSON 10 J / 140 PTS A SPEED DEMON GAYLE SCHARF 20 J / 137 PTS OH MY LORD CHARLIE KIM SMAZAL 10 J / 106 PTS JUNIOR WESTERN RIDING LASTPEACEOFPOTENTIAL GRETCHEN E SWOPE 8 J / 35 PTS MY SWEET ASSETS TONY & KIM CLINCO 14 J / 20 PTS MOONLITE MADNEZ NATALIA DEVENCENTY 12 J / 16 PTS THE KRYMSUNATOR KATHY GREEN 5 J / 15 PTS IM FANCY SCHMANCY JERI KAY LOCKWOOD 7 J / 15 PTS SENIOR WESTERN RIDING UF A CERTAIN STAR GAYLE SCHARF 20 J / 213 PTS SLOW RIDIN CONNIE HOLTZ 20 J / 157 PTS
KM SMOOTH MOVES TERRI KENNEY 22 J / 108 PTS A SPEED DEMON GAYLE SCHARF 14 J / 88 PTS TOMMY LEE LOPER KENDRA WHITNEY 10 J / 82 PTS TRAIL - LEVEL 1 SENSUALYZED GEORGE M PACHELLO, MD 24 J / 438 PTS LOPIN FOR CERTAIN KRISTI TROELL 18 J / 356 PTS VS ACCESS DENIED MAUREEN KEENEY 18 J / 264 PTS THE BAR MADE ME LAZY KRISTINA ROTHERS 32 J / 244 PTS BETTA BELIEVE IT JULIE JOLSTAD 12 J / 240 PTS JUNIOR TRAIL SENSUALYZED GEORGE M PACHELLO, MD 24 J / 169 PTS LOPIN FOR CERTAIN KRISTI TROELL 18 J / 148 PTS IMA LAZY COWBOY KAREN ZARDA 18 J / 112 PTS VS ACCESS DENIED MAUREEN KEENEY 24 J / 110 PTS FLAT OUT LOPIN DARLENE SCHWAB 10 J / 109 PTS SENIOR TRAIL UF A CERTAIN STAR GAYLE SCHARF 20 J / 347 PTS MY BAR PASSER SCOTT ALLEN REINARTZ 18 J / 232 PTS GOOD AS ALWAYS CLAIRE MCDOWALL 18 J / 200 PTS INVITATION TO BOOT LOGAN MARIE GLOUDE 22 J / 182 PTS GOOD VINTAGE ELIZABETH SWANSON- HESKETT 18 J / 173 PTS WESTERN PLEASURE - LEVEL 1 SHES UP TO CODE DEBRA OLSCHANSKY 30 J / 136 PTS WEVE GOT THE GOODS MARY DAVIS 18 J / 118 PTS CHUTE IM THE RAGE TAYLOR SHOTKOSKI 14 J / 91 PTS ONLY INVITE THE GOOD LINDSEY BRACKLE 12 J / 60 PTS SENSUALYZED GEORGE M PACHELLO, MD 10 J / 57 PTS JUNIOR WESTERN PLEASURE SHES UP TO CODE DEBRA OLSCHANSKY 20 J / 81 PTS SKIPS HOT IMPULSE TAYLOR SHOTKOSKI 14 J / 64 PTS CUZ IM SLEEPY GEORGE M PACHELLO, MD 10 J / 63 PTS IM FANCY SCHMANCY JERI KAY LOCKWOOD 10 J / 53 PTS WEVE GOT THE GOODS MARY DAVIS 13 J / 46 PTS SENIOR WESTERN PLEASURE NITE VISION LYNN WASHBURN 25 J / 145 PTS A SPEED DEMON GAYLE SCHARF 20 J / 132 PTS HUNTIN SUM CHOCOLATE KRISTI TROELL 12 J / 93 PTS GOODBAR GRACIE RACHAEL MILLER 3 J / 50 PTS SL GRAND ALLIANCE ZOEY SILVER 3 J / 43 PTS TWO-YEAR-OLD WESTERN PLEASURE UPTOWN BLAZER DEBRA OLSCHANSKY 5 J / 10 PTS RL ARTFUL ANGEL DEBRA OLSCHANSKY 2 J / 4 PTS
ROCKEN THE DREAM DOUGLAS R GEORGE 2 J / 3 PTS RANCH RIDING - LEVEL 1 STEPS OF PERFECTION LINDSEY J LAKE 8 J / 73 PTS COLONEL MECOM COLETTE LEDLOW 8 J / 62 PTS SPOT LIGHT CINDY NEWELL 4 J / 33 PTS DOC GALLO ELIZABETH B JOHNSON 4 J / 31 PTS DEALIN STAR DUST CAROLINE COLES 4 J / 16 PTS BCR PRESIDENTS ONLY JEANNIE WEBB 4 J / 6 PTS JUNIOR RANCH RIDING SIXGUNS ALLY EDWARD V PECK 35 J / 322 PTS COLONEL MECOM COLETTE LEDLOW 33 J / 263 PTS NVR MOONSHINE DUNIT LUKE GUYNN 30 J / 211 PTS BAR RIO CHICK DARYL DAVIS 21 J / 184 PTS ASOCIAL DREAM DOUGLAS R GEORGE 21 J / 140 PTS SENIOR RANCH RIDING PEPTOS BLUE OAK KATHERINE WILSON 40 J / 594 PTS CR CUSTOM REMEDY SHELLEY DIEDE 30 J / 460 PTS TEE WEE WIZARD JENNIFER MERRILL 35 J / 425 PTS MR GALLO TEE CROSS KATHERINE WILSON 40 J / 370 PTS CUSTOM BAY BERRY AUDREY NANKERVIS 24 J / 288 PTS HUNTER UNDER SADDLE - LEVEL 1 HOT CHIPS R TUFF NATALIE BOLDT 14 J / 38 PTS TJ SUDDEN VENTURE AMANDA WOOTEN 2 J / 20 PTS ONE N ONLY PROMISE JOHN H SEDGWICK 2 J / 16 PTS BETTA BELIEVE IT JULIE JOLSTAD 6 J / 12 PTS PATRIOTIC PLEASURE SHERRIL L LASLEY 3 J / 12 PTS JUNIOR HUNTER UNDER SADDLE TJ SUDDEN VENTURE AMANDA WOOTEN 2 J / 7 PTS ONE N ONLY PROMISE JOHN H SEDGWICK 3 J / 5 PTS SENIOR HUNTER UNDER SADDLE GOOD AS ALWAYS CLAIRE MCDOWALL 14 J / 38 PTS KRUISIN IN KRYMSUN JULI JON NEWTON-CORNWELL 9 J / 32 PTS CLASSIE MINUTEMAN TAYLOR ANN BRAUN 6 J / 27 PTS TOO EXCITED TO SLEEP KATHRINE LACASSE 10 J / 22 PTS HES A TALL TAIL JENNIFER MORRIS 3 J / 9 PTS 2 YR OLD HUNTER UNDER SADDLE SOCIAL REMEMBERED DOUGLAS R GEORGE 2 J / 2 PTS JUMPING GOODBYE BLUE SKY KRISTIN ALLEN 3 J / 9 PTS PROGRESSIVE WORKING HUNTER COMEN UP BLUE KAREN BANISTER 4 J / 9 PTS TRADED COATS LAUREN KIYOTA 4 J / 4 PTS HUNTER HACK XTREME ART KRISTINA ROTHERS 11 J / 21 PTS
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TRADED COATS LAUREN KIYOTA 6 J / 17 PTS A BEAUTIFUL MOXIE KELLEY SIMONSEN 7 J / 16 PTS DO U WANNA DANCE ALEXIS SAGE MILLER 2 J / 6 PTS PERFORMANCE HALTER STALLIONS THE IMMORTAL TOM & LESLIE LANGE 6 J / 12 PTS WIMPYS CRYSTAL BALL ALISON BENDELE 6 J / 6 PTS GF GENUINE GOLD BARS CUSTOM MADE HORSES BANISTER/ BREWER 5 J / 5 PTS PERFORMANCE HALTER MARES SHES UP TO CODE DEBRA OLSCHANSKY 29 J / 93 PTS A TOUCH OF KRYMSUN DON BRUNNER/BEAUVAIS LLC 21 J / 55 PTS SLEEP IN ON SATURDAY JULIE CAMPAIN 18 J / 45 PTS SENSUALYZED GEORGE M PACHELLO, MD 14 J / 42 PTS INVITATION TO BOOT LOGAN MARIE GLOUDE 11 J / 38 PTS PERFORMANCE HALTER GELDINGS ALWAYS FOR THE BEST SCOTT DURLAND 20 J / 58 PTS NITE VISION LYNN WASHBURN 21 J / 54 PTS BETTA BELIEVE IT JULIE JOLSTAD 6 J / 28 PTS THE BAR MADE ME LAZY KRISTINA ROTHERS 12 J / 26 PTS CERTAIN ADVANTAGE CASSANDRA MACARTHUR 8 J / 26 PTS VRH RANCH RIDING MR GALLO TEE CROSS KATHERINE WILSON 7 J / 87 PTS PEPTOS BLUE OAK KATHERINE WILSON 4 J / 25 PTS HH COOL CASHMERE DONN & SANDIE HALL 3 J / 17 PTS NITRO LADY CINDA CONNIE OR LARRY KLAUZER 2 J / 13 PTS GUNPOWDER PICK KAWENA SCHUMAN 2 J / 11 PTS VRH RANCH TRAIL MR GALLO TEE CROSS KATHERINE WILSON 5 J / 38 PTS SCR PEPTOES PARTON KATHERINE WILSON 3 J / 18 PTS NITRO LADY CINDA CONNIE OR LARRY KLAUZER 2 J / 13 PTS PEPTOS BLUE OAK KATHERINE WILSON 2 J / 12 PTS HH COOL CASHMERE DONN & SANDIE HALL 3 J / 10 PTS VRH RANCH CUTTING PEPTOS INDIGOSTAR MARY E “MEG” GRIFFITH-RALSTON 3 J / 49 PTS SLIDIN BIG TIME CONNIE OR LARRY KLAUZER 2 J / 11 PTS HH COOL CASHMERE DONN & SANDIE HALL 3 J / 8 PTS HUGHIE LEWIE VIRGINIA SUE GREENE 1 J / 6 PTS LANARK PICK TOM SHARPE 6 J / 5 PTS VRH WORKING RANCH HORSE PEPTOS INDIGOSTAR MARY E “MEG” GRIFFITH-RALSTON 3 J / 56 PTS SCR PEPTOES PARTON KATHERINE WILSON 3 J / 43 PTS HH COOL CASHMERE DONN & SANDIE HALL 3 J / 15 PTS LANARK PICK TOM SHARPE 6 J / 8 PTS STOPN IN HOUSTON PRESTON & SHERYL MEASE 1 J / 6 PTS VRH RANCH REINING PEPTOS INDIGOSTAR MARY E “MEG” GRIFFITH-RALSTON 3 J / 52 PTS
MR GALLO TEE CROSS KATHERINE WILSON 7 J / 15 PTS SCR PEPTOES PARTON KATHERINE WILSON 3 J / 15 PTS HH COOL CASHMERE DONN & SANDIE HALL 3 J / 14 PTS NITRO LADY CINDA CONNIE OR LARRY KLAUZER 2 J / 10 PTS VRH RANCH CONFORMATION PEPTOS INDIGOSTAR MARY E “MEG” GRIFFITH-RALSTON 3 J / 57 PTS SCR PEPTOES PARTON KATHERINE WILSON 3 J / 33 PTS GUNPOWDER PICK KAWENA SCHUMAN 2 J / 16 PTS MR GALLO TEE CROSS KATHERINE WILSON 7 J / 15 PTS LANARK PICK TOM SHARPE 6 J / 14 PTS
AM YEARLING MARES LITTLE MISS HOTTEE KENNETH FRANKLIN 7 J / 7 PTS AM TWO-YEAR-OLD MARES THE PERFECT SECRET WILLIAM TIMAN 10 J / 22 PTS TEEZ COOLEST CLU CHARLENE FRANKLIN 7 J / 9 PTS ROCKEN THE DREAM DOUGLAS R GEORGE 8 J / 8 PTS AM THREE-YEAR-OLD MARES MY LIL SECRET ROBIN KLOVER 17 J / 19.5 PTS AM AGED MARES IB EXCEPTIONAL WAYNE BALDWIN 14 J / 20 PTS SHES KEEPING SECRETS DAVA BENYAK 7 J / 9 PTS SHES KEEPING SECRETS WILLIAM TIMAN 3 J / 5 PTS AM YEARLING GELDINGS MR COOL INTENTION DIANE PILANT 28 J / 164.5 PTS AM TWO-YEAR-OLD GELDINGS SOCIAL REMEMBERED DOUGLAS R GEORGE 8 J / 13 PTS TEEZ COOLEST CLU CHARLENE FRANKLIN 1 J / 1 PTS AM AGED GELDINGS PHENOMENAL INTENTION JUDY SNOW 8 J / 37.5 PTS STARRING MR HOYT STEVEN M RISSMAN 12 J / 33 PTS KOOLER IN KRYMSUN KATIE RICHARDSON 3 J / 3 PTS ART I MOVIN HOT WENDY ARMSTRONG 2 J / 2.5 PTS ONLY INVITE THE GOOD LINDSEY BRACKLE 2 J / 2 PTS AM VERSATILITY RANCH HORSE NIC STOLE MY HEART MARY E “MEG” GRIFFITH-RALSTON 3 J / 48 PTS PEPTOS INDIGOSTAR MARY E “MEG” GRIFFITH-RALSTON 3 J / 38 PTS AM SHOWMANSHIP AT HALTER THE BAR MADE ME LAZY KRISTINA ROTHERS 23 J / 68 PTS WALKTHELYNE JULIE JOLSTAD 12 J / 58 PTS SL GRAND ALLIANCE ZOEY SILVER 8 J / 46 PTS A FAX MACHINE CARLY FOREST 10 J / 40 PTS GOOD VINTAGE ELIZABETH SWANSON- HESKETT 9 J / 32 PTS AM SHOWMANSHIP AT HALTER - ROOKIE SPOT LIGHT CINDY NEWELL 11 J / 16 PTS SL GRAND ALLIANCE ZOEY SILVER 4 J / 8 PTS AM SHOWMANSHIP AT HALTER - LEVEL 1 THE BAR MADE ME LAZY KRISTINA ROTHERS 31 J / 108 PTS JR IMJUSTPLAINGOOD MAGGIE MOORES 17 J / 92 PTS
BOBBY DIMENSIONS MELISSA IZON 14 J / 65 PTS SPOT LIGHT CINDY NEWELL 23 J / 62 PTS SL GRAND ALLIANCE ZOEY SILVER 12 J / 44 PTS AM SELECT SHOWMANSHIP AT HALTER A SPEED DEMON GAYLE SCHARF 16 J / 110 PTS IMA BUTTERSCOTCH KID SANDRA HALL 23 J / 106 PTS AGR ZIPPIN WISELY MELISSA TURNER 16 J / 80 PTS TOUCHT KIM GUTOWSKI 18 J / 72 PTS IMA LAZY COWBOY KAREN ZARDA 14 J / 51 PTS AM CUTTING SHINING AT MIDNIGHT SUSAN TOWER RICE 1 J / 4 PTS SELECT CUTTING SWEET LIL OAK BRUCE RICE 2 J / 7 PTS WILD HAIRED TROOPER ALISON BRANTLEY 1 J / 2 PTS METALLIC DUAL ALISON BRANTLEY 1 J / 2 PTS AM WORKING COW HORSE NIC STOLE MY HEART MARY E “MEG” GRIFFITH-RALSTON 2 J / 8 PTS METALLIC DUAL ALISON BRANTLEY 1 J / 5 PTS WILD HAIRED TROOPER ALISON BRANTLEY 1 J / 2 PTS SWEET LIL OAK BRUCE RICE 1 J / 1 PTS AM WORKING COW HORSE BOXING SWEET LIL OAK BRUCE RICE 2 J / 12 PTS SWEET LIL OAK SUSAN TOWER RICE 1 J / 10 PTS SHINING AT MIDNIGHT SUSAN TOWER RICE 1 J / 9 PTS WILD HAIRED TROOPER ALISON BRANTLEY 1 J / 6 PTS SPOT LIGHT CINDY NEWELL 1 J / 5 PTS AM SELECT WORKING COW HORSE BOXING SWEET LIL OAK SUSAN TOWER RICE 1 J / 2 PTS AM TIE-DOWN ROPING BEE OKIE ON COMMAND MERLYN ATTEBERRY 13 J / 25 PTS MY HOMBRE CHRIS J JENSEN 9 J / 20 PTS MISS HARLANS HEATHER WAYNE TACHERA 4 J / 11 PTS AM BREAKAWAY ROPING ROAN HANCOCK HAYES KYLE L HAUSE 7 J / 96 PTS COWBOYS RED DIAMOND KYLE L HAUSE 7 J / 92 PTS ZENJI BENZ MIKE NANKERVIS 9 J / 87 PTS CC HARMON HESTER HERMAN E LIBSACK 11 J / 70 PTS MY HOMBRE CHRIS J JENSEN 12 J / 68 PTS AM DALLY TEAM ROPING-HEADING SALADO SUITE TERRY D SWANSON DVM 16 J / 81 PTS SMOKIN CANDYS CASH CHRIS J JENSEN 12 J / 80 PTS MY HOMBRE CHRIS J JENSEN 12 J / 64 PTS PNP RED HOT COGBURN JIM STOUDT 13 J / 58 PTS MERADAS HILDA GO DONALD TISDALL 13 J / 52 PTS AM DALLY TEAM ROPING-HEELING ROAN HANCOCK HAYES KYLE L HAUSE 7 J / 96 PTS COWBOYS RED DIAMOND KYLE L HAUSE 7 J / 92 PTS
ZENJI BENZ MIKE NANKERVIS 9 J / 87 PTS CC HARMON HESTER HERMAN E LIBSACK 11 J / 70 PTS MY HOMBRE CHRIS J JENSEN 12 J / 68 PTS AM BARREL RACING SWEETPLAYIN SOLANO COLETTE J WILBANKS 11 J / 11 PTS MS PLAYGIRL BLAKE DERALD SHAW 7 J / 11 PTS AM REINING XTRA LITTLE SPARK TIM LONG 16 J / 194 PTS GANGSTERS TEE TIME CHAUNA SCANGA 25 J / 189 PTS GANGSTERS ONEN ONLY CHAUNA SCANGA 23 J / 92 PTS FUNKY KOMADIVA BECKY MEYRING 8 J / 68 PTS STARLIGHT JOSE JOHN BRUNETTI 4 J / 53 PTS AM REINING - ROOKIE SPOT LIGHT CINDY NEWELL 9 J / 27 PTS ZAN HICKORY NIC ALLEN WOOD 2 J / 13 PTS GIN N STARLIGHT AMY HARRIS 2 J / 12 PTS WHATCHA GONNA GIVE KAREN TAYLOR 2 J / 8 PTS AM REINING - LEVEL 1 SPOT LIGHT CINDY NEWELL 19 J / 108 PTS SHINING SAIL JUSTIN NEMMERS 11 J / 66 PTS SMART SPARKLIN CHIC LEIGH TAYLOR 6 J / 54 PTS WOODY STARLIGHT BETH GIBBON 6 J / 35 PTS WYNNEWOODS GREAT CLEVE GIBBON 6 J / 21 PTS AM SELECT REINING CR CUSTOM REMEDY SHELLEY DIEDE 29 J / 284 PTS STAR SPANLGED SOLANO TIM LONG 16 J / 245 PTS GAME DAY SURPRISE BERNETHA KURTH 16 J / 175 PTS BERRY BEST STEP SUSAN HARDING 13 J / 137 PTS ARC WHIZ N LENA KEVIN WILLIAMS 12 J / 136 PTS AM WESTERN RIDING INVEST INA MACHINE CHRISTINA SZABADOS 17 J / 77 PTS TOMMY LEE LOPER KENDRA WHITNEY 10 J / 58 PTS SL GRAND ALLIANCE ZOEY SILVER 7 J / 30 PTS KOOLER IN KRYMSUN KATIE RICHARDSON 5 J / 6 PTS PURELY PRINCIPLE MEGHAN D TAWNEY 2 J / 4 PTS AM WESTERN RIDING - LEVEL 1 SLOW RIDIN CONNIE HOLTZ 14 J / 57 PTS SL GRAND ALLIANCE ZOEY SILVER 10 J / 26 PTS KM SMOOTH MOVES TERRI KENNEY 12 J / 19 PTS ROCK N RADICAL KELLEY SIMONSEN 8 J / 15 PTS LAZY BUT GOOD DEBRA UNREIN 6 J / 14 PTS AM SELECT WESTERN RIDING KM SMOOTH MOVES TERRI KENNEY 22 J / 57 PTS SLOW RIDIN CONNIE HOLTZ 14 J / 50 PTS MY MONEY IS GOOD LISA YOUNG 14 J / 35 PTS UF A CERTAIN STAR GAYLE SCHARF 5 J / 30 PTS HUNTIN SUM CHOCOLATE KRISTI TROELL 9 J / 17 PTS
RMQHA Standings AM TRAIL INVEST INA MACHINE CHRISTINA SZABADOS 17 J / 66 PTS REAL HOT REAL GOOD JANALEE THOMPSON 6 J / 54 PTS WALKTHELYNE JULIE JOLSTAD 12 J / 51 PTS TOMMY LEE LOPER KENDRA WHITNEY 10 J / 45 PTS GOOD VINTAGE ELIZABETH SWANSON- HESKETT 11 J / 29 PTS AM TRAIL - LEVEL 1 JR IMJUSTPLAINGOOD MAGGIE MOORES 16 J / 156 PTS RMR TIME FOR GOLD KATHY NELMS 21 J / 154 PTS BOBBY DIMENSIONS MELISSA IZON 14 J / 132 PTS LAZY BUT GOOD DEBRA UNREIN 11 J / 113 PTS THE BAR MADE ME LAZY KRISTINA ROTHERS 31 J / 111 PTS AM SELECT TRAIL HUNTIN SUM CHOCOLATE KRISTI TROELL 18 J / 185 PTS KM SMOOTH MOVES TERRI KENNEY 24 J / 157 PTS TOUCHT KIM GUTOWSKI 18 J / 140 PTS MY MONEY IS GOOD LISA YOUNG 33 J / 137 PTS ZBEST RODDER LORIE K LIDDICOAT 12 J / 123 PTS AM WESTERN HORSEMANSHIP INVEST INA MACHINE CHRISTINA SZABADOS 22 J / 92 PTS KOOLER IN KRYMSUN KATIE RICHARDSON 12 J / 39 PTS BETTA BELIEVE IT JULIE JOLSTAD 10 J / 32 PTS A FAX MACHINE CARLY FOREST 8 J / 30 PTS TOMMY LEE LOPER KENDRA WHITNEY 8 J / 26 PTS AM WESTERN HORSEMANSHIP - ROOKIE INVEST HER FAME ANDIE JENSEN 4 J / 8 PTS IMA BUTTERSCOTCH KID SANDRA HALL 4 J / 5 PTS SHES SO RADICAL KAREN ALLORI 2 J / 2 PTS AM WESTERN HORSEMANSHIP - LEVEL 1 THE BAR MADE ME LAZY KRISTINA ROTHERS 30 J / 218 PTS SL GRAND ALLIANCE ZOEY SILVER 18 J / 174 PTS RIVA BLUES DANIELLE MCCORMICK 18 J / 156 PTS MY MONEY IS GOOD LISA YOUNG 18 J / 124 PTS JR IMJUSTPLAINGOOD MAGGIE MOORES 17 J / 115 PTS AM SELECT WESTERN HORSEMANSHIP IMA LAZY COWBOY KAREN ZARDA 16 J / 156 PTS TOUCHT KIM GUTOWSKI 18 J / 153 PTS A SPEED DEMON GAYLE SCHARF 16 J / 123 PTS SLOW RIDIN CONNIE HOLTZ 20 J / 122 PTS MY MONEY IS GOOD LISA YOUNG 30 J / 100 PTS AM SELECT WESTERN HORSEMANSHIP - L1 MY MONEY IS GOOD LISA YOUNG 4 J / 21 PTS DAIZY DUKE JUDITH ADAMS 4 J / 19 PTS WEVE GOT THE GOODS MARY DAVIS 4 J / 17 PTS IMA BUTTERSCOTCH KID SANDRA HALL 4 J / 15 PTS
IM HOTTER N BLAZES ROBYN LAWRENCE 6 J / 14 PTS AM WESTERN PLEASURE SKIPS HOT IMPULSE BILL SHOTKOSKI 14 J / 56 PTS TOMMY LEE LOPER KENDRA WHITNEY 10 J / 32 PTS WALKTHELYNE JULIE JOLSTAD 4 J / 24 PTS IM HOT N RAGEOUS TAYLOR SHOTKOSKI 6 J / 20 PTS REAL HOT REAL GOOD JANALEE THOMPSON 3 J / 18 PTS AM WESTERN PLEASURE - ROOKIE SL GRAND ALLIANCE ZOEY SILVER 2 J / 2 PTS AM WESTERN PLEASURE - LEVEL 1 WEVE GOT THE GOODS MARY DAVIS 18 J / 106 PTS JR IMJUSTPLAINGOOD MAGGIE MOORES 17 J / 78 PTS OPEN THE BRANDI DIANA BETZ 18 J / 50 PTS THE BAR MADE ME LAZY KRISTINA ROTHERS 13 J / 45 PTS GET YOUR SHYNE ON CAITLYN KAUFFMAN 8 J / 31 PTS AM SELECT WESTERN PLEASURE A SPEED DEMON GAYLE SCHARF 14 J / 66 PTS WEVE GOT THE GOODS MARY DAVIS 18 J / 60 PTS BF FUN SIZE MARNIE MCDOWALL 12 J / 58 PTS IM FANCY SCHMANCY JERI KAY LOCKWOOD 8 J / 47 PTS STARRING MR HOYT STEVEN M RISSMAN 14 J / 41 PTS AM RANCH RIDING GANGSTERS ONEN ONLY CHAUNA SCANGA 28 J / 349 PTS GANGSTERS TEE TIME CHAUNA SCANGA 26 J / 208 PTS NIC STOLE MY HEART MARY E “MEG” GRIFFITH-RALSTON 9 J / 160 PTS INVEST HER FAME ANDIE JENSEN 17 J / 115 PTS BOXO HEAVENS FIREFLY AM RANCH RIDING - ROOKIE SPOT LIGHT CINDY NEWELL 4 J / 7 PTS AM RANCH RIDING - LEVEL 1 A BOY NAMED SIOUX ALYSSA RATZLOFF 8 J / 67 PTS SPOT LIGHT CINDY NEWELL 11 J / 42 PTS BCR PRESIDENTS ONLY JEANNIE WEBB 7 J / 30 PTS DEALIN STAR DUST CAROLINE COLES 4 J / 24 PTS COOL ILLUMINATIONS CHRISTINA HAXTON 6 J / 20 PTS AM SELECT RANCH RIDING CR CUSTOM REMEDY SHELLEY DIEDE 30 J / 359 PTS SPOT LIGHT CINDY NEWELL 27 J / 200 PTS WIMPYS CRYSTAL BALL ALISON BENDELE 13 J / 167 PTS HAPPY TRAIL ANNE-LOUISE “BEBE” SHORTALL 10 J / 112 PTS THE DOCS A WHIZ SALLIE-WHITE BROADDUS 13 J / 95 PTS AM HUNTER UNDER SADDLE KRUISIN IN KRYMSUN JULI JON NEWTON-CORNWELL 20 J / 71 PTS RIVA BLUES DANIELLE MCCORMICK 18 J / 53 PTS REAL HOT REAL GOOD JANALEE THOMPSON 6 J / 42 PTS THE BAR MADE ME LAZY KRISTINA ROTHERS 8 J / 18 PTS
KOOLER IN KRYMSUN KATIE RICHARDSON 8 J / 16 PTS AM HUNTER UNDER SADDLE - ROOKIE JR IMJUSTPLAINGOOD MAGGIE MOORES 8 J / 16 PTS ONE SO GOOD NICOLE S BALLENGER 4 J / 4 PTS PREDOMINANTLY GOLD BARB VIAL 2 J / 2 PTS AM HUNTER UNDER SADDLE - LEVEL 1 KRUISIN IN KRYMSUN JULI JON NEWTON-CORNWELL 20 J / 84 PTS THE BAR MADE ME LAZY KRISTINA ROTHERS 30 J / 83 PTS TOO EXCITED TO SLEEP KATHRINE LACASSE 10 J / 38 PTS JR IMJUSTPLAINGOOD MAGGIE MOORES 15 J / 35 PTS HOT CHIPS R TUFF NATALIE BOLDT 10 J / 32 PTS AM SELECT HUNTER UNDER SADDLE A BEAUTIFUL MOXIE KELLEY SIMONSEN 25 J / 99 PTS HES A TALL TAIL JENNIFER MORRIS 20 J / 65 PTS STARRING MR HOYT STEVEN M RISSMAN 20 J / 50 PTS ONE SPECIAL MOMENT ROXANNE DOOGAN 12 J / 31 PTS ONE N ONLY PROMISE JOHN H SEDGWICK 5 J / 13 PTS AM JUMPING COMEN UP BLUE TINA ESTES 5 J / 9 PTS GOODBYE BLUE SKY KRISTIN ALLEN 3 J / 8 PTS DIAMOND SMOKER KRISTIN ALLEN 3 J / 1 PTS AM WORKING HUNTER XTREME ART KRISTINA ROTHERS 11 J / 16 PTS COMEN UP BLUE TINA ESTES 3 J / 7 PTS DIAMOND SMOKER KRISTIN ALLEN 3 J / 3 PTS AM WORKING HUNTER - LEVEL 1 XTREME ART KRISTINA ROTHERS 4 J / 4 PTS AM HUNTER HACK XTREME ART KRISTINA ROTHERS 9 J / 18 PTS A BEAUTIFUL MOXIE KELLEY SIMONSEN 7 J / 15 PTS GOODBYE BLUE SKY KRISTIN ALLEN 3 J / 3 PTS COMEN UP BLUE TINA ESTES 2 J / 2 PTS AM HUNTER HACK - LEVEL 1 XTREME ART KRISTINA ROTHERS 2 J / 4 PTS DO U WANNA DANCE LINDSEY BRACKLE 2 J / 2 PTS AM HUNT SEAT EQUITATION THE BAR MADE ME LAZY KRISTINA ROTHERS 20 J / 56 PTS RIVA BLUES DANIELLE MCCORMICK 18 J / 51 PTS REAL HOT REAL GOOD JANALEE THOMPSON 6 J / 20 PTS RL ONLY SUDDEN ALEXIS SAGE MILLER 3 J / 19 PTS KOOLER IN KRYMSUN KATIE RICHARDSON 12 J / 17 PTS AM HUNT SEAT EQUITATION - ROOKIE DO U WANNA DANCE LINDSEY BRACKLE 4 J / 6 PTS AM HUNT SEAT EQUITATION - LEVEL 1 THE BAR MADE ME LAZY KRISTINA ROTHERS 31 J / 121 PTS JR IMJUSTPLAINGOOD MAGGIE MOORES 17 J / 55 PTS KOOLER IN KRYMSUN KATIE RICHARDSON 9 J / 30 PTS
SL GRAND ALLIANCE ZOEY SILVER 14 J / 28 PTS WILL ONLYDO THE BEST MAGGIE MOORES 8 J / 21 PTS AM SELECT HUNT SEAT EQUITATION A BEAUTIFUL MOXIE KELLEY SIMONSEN 27 J / 105 PTS STARRING MR HOYT STEVEN M RISSMAN 22 J / 66 PTS IMA LAZY COWBOY KAREN ZARDA 8 J / 22 PTS ONE SPECIAL MOMENT ROXANNE DOOGAN 7 J / 16 PTS DEFINATELY A FIRST KAREN LEE TEGNER MANSETH 4 J / 10 PTS AM EQUITATION OVER FENCES GOODBYE BLUE SKY KRISTIN ALLEN 3 J / 8 PTS A BEAUTIFUL MOXIE KELLEY SIMONSEN 3 J / 7 PTS COMEN UP BLUE TINA ESTES 3 J / 3 PTS AM PERFORMANCE HALTER MARES A BEAUTIFUL MOXIE KELLEY SIMONSEN 10 J / 28 PTS SLEEP IN ON SATURDAY JULIE CAMPAIN 11 J / 20 PTS HUNTIN SUM CHOCOLATE KRISTI TROELL 8 J / 18 PTS DAIZY DUKE JUDITH ADAMS 6 J / 10 PTS IMA BUTTERSCOTCH KID SANDRA HALL 2 J / 8 PTS AM PERFORMANCE HALTER GELDINGS TOUCHT KIM GUTOWSKI 18 J / 100 PTS THE BAR MADE ME LAZY KRISTINA ROTHERS 29 J / 86 PTS SL GRAND ALLIANCE ZOEY SILVER 11 J / 58 PTS MY MONEY IS GOOD LISA YOUNG 27 J / 54 PTS TOMMY LEE LOPER KENDRA WHITNEY 5 J / 38 PTS AM VRH RANCH RIDING SPOT LIGHT CINDY NEWELL 4 J / 154 PTS NIC STOLE MY HEART MARY E “MEG” GRIFFITH-RALSTON 3 J / 139 PTS SWEET PLAYBOY PEPTO KIMBERLEE GABEL 3 J / 138 PTS BR WINNING REY DONA RAMSTECK 4 J / 114 PTS SWEET LIL OAK BRUCE RICE 4 J / 55 PTS AM VRH RANCH TRAIL BR WINNING REY DONA RAMSTECK 4 J / 160 PTS NIC STOLE MY HEART MARY E “MEG” GRIFFITH-RALSTON 3 J / 137 PTS SPOT LIGHT CINDY NEWELL 3 J / 135 PTS THIS CHICS A WHIZZIN MARY CARTER LAING 4 J / 129 PTS SONTIVIO MOON PAULETTE M MARSHALL 2 J / 30 PTS AM VRH RANCH CUTTING PEPTOS INDIGOSTAR MARY E “MEG” GRIFFITH-RALSTON 3 J / 118 PTS NIC STOLE MY HEART MARY E “MEG” GRIFFITH-RALSTON 3 J / 117 PTS BR WINNING REY DONA RAMSTECK 4 J / 117 PTS SWEET PLAYBOY PEPTO KIMBERLEE GABEL 3 J / 115 PTS SPOT LIGHT CINDY NEWELL 4 J / 106 PTS AM WORKING RANCH HORSE NIC STOLE MY HEART MARY E “MEG” GRIFFITH-RALSTON 3 J / 45 PTS AM VRH RANCH REINING NIC STOLE MY HEART MARY E “MEG” GRIFFITH-RALSTON 3 J / 108 PTS
The Rocky Mountain Quarter Horse
SWEET LIL OAK BRUCE RICE 4 J / 52 PTS SONTIVIO MOON PAULETTE M MARSHALL 2 J / 26 PTS WOODY STARLIGHT BETH GIBBON 2 J / 8 PTS JAZZY GRAY PLAYMATE AMANDA MOORE 2 J / 7 PTS AM VRH LIMITED RANCH COW WORK BR WINNING REY DONA RAMSTECK 4 J / 93 PTS SPOT LIGHT CINDY NEWELL 3 J / 89 PTS SWEET PLAYBOY PEPTO KIMBERLEE GABEL 3 J / 88 PTS SWEET LIL OAK BRUCE RICE 4 J / 37 PTS SONTIVIO MOON PAULETTE M MARSHALL 2 J / 21 PTS AM VRH RANCH CONFORMATION NIC STOLE MY HEART MARY E “MEG” GRIFFITH-RALSTON 3 J / 138 PTS PEPTOS INDIGOSTAR MARY E “MEG” GRIFFITH-RALSTON 3 J / 134 PTS SPOT LIGHT CINDY NEWELL 3 J / 90 PTS BR WINNING REY DONA RAMSTECK 4 J / 60 PTS SONTIVIO MOON PAULETTE M MARSHALL 2 J / 37 PTS
YTH AGED MARES MISS DAISY IS LAZY KENDALL DIRKSEN 6 J / 6 PTS YTH YEARLING GELDINGS JESSIES DRY HANKIE LYDIA LOKEN 2 J / 2 PTS YTH AGED GELDINGS NODOUBT IM SPARTACUS KRISTIN BULLARD 5 J / 6 PTS OVERDUE TO BE INVITD LAUREN WEABER 2 J / 4 PTS BORDER PATROLLER KRISTIN BULLARD 2 J / 2 PTS YTH VERSATILITY RANCH HORSE GEM OF A HICKORYBOON KIRSTEN WOOD 1 J / 1 PTS YTH SHOWMANSHIP AT HALTER ROOKIE MISS DAISY IS LAZY KENDALL DIRKSEN 13 J / 33 PTS HOT CHOCOLATE DIVA TRINITY UNREIN 4 J / 12 PTS NOTIBILY DYNAMIC JORDAN UHRIG 4 J / 12 PTS ZIPS MAKING YOU LOOK NICHOLAS GONIFAS 8 J / 11 PTS JESSIES DRY HANKIE LYDIA LOKEN 1 J / 1 PTS YTH SHOWMANSHIP AT HALTER - LEVEL 1 ROCKN ON DIESEL BAILEY RAE WOOD 30 J / 171 PTS OH MY LORD CHARLIE ALEX KREBS 14 J / 124 PTS INVITATION TO BOOT LOGAN MARIE GLOUDE 10 J / 83 PTS MISS DAISY IS LAZY KENDALL DIRKSEN 24 J / 82 PTS INCREDIBLY NATURAL MEAGAN BRAUN 10 J / 75 PTS YTH SHOWMANSHIP 13 AND UNDER MISS DAISY IS LAZY KENDALL DIRKSEN 19 J / 65 PTS IM GOOD AS IT GETS BROOKE JOLSTAD 12 J / 44 PTS YTH SHOWMANSHIP 14-18 SUDDEN TOP NOTCH TIERNEY HORTON 24 J / 175 PTS OH MY LORD CHARLIE ALEX KREBS 18 J / 146 PTS BOBBY DIMENSIONS CHEYANNE IZON 12 J / 95 PTS UF A CERTAIN STAR KACIE SCHARF 12 J / 73 PTS
GOOD AS ALWAYS CLAIRE MCDOWALL 12 J / 68 PTS YTH WORKING COW HORSE GEM OF A HICKORYBOON KIRSTEN WOOD 1 J / 1 PTS YTH WORKING COW HORSE BOXING ARC ELECTRICAL STORM ARIANNE MISCHO 2 J / 3 PTS YTH BREAKAWAY ROPING CINNABARS LITTLE GUN GRACE HILL 5 J / 5 PTS YTH DALLY TEAM ROPING-HEADING CINNABARS LITTLE GUN GRACE HILL 5 J / 8 PTS YTH BARREL RACING LIL VAL LENA GRACE HILL 5 J / 35 PTS TEQUILAS GATO ROJO LORALEE WARD 5 J / 30 PTS MD BARNS LORALEE WARD 5 J / 25 PTS TRUE IDENTITY LORALEE WARD 5 J / 5 PTS HOT WIRED JACQUE MEGAN DURLAND 2 J / 3 PTS PEPPERNICKEL MEGAN DURLAND 2 J / 3 PTS YTH REINING - ROOKIE HOT WIRED JACQUE MEGAN DURLAND 2 J / 9 PTS SS ALLRIGHT ALLROWDY CAROLINE LUCARELLI 3 J / 7 PTS LEE DILLON LYDIA LOKEN 3 J / 6 PTS CODY JOE THUNDER EVE COLTON 3 J / 4 PTS PEPPERNICKEL MEGAN DURLAND 1 J / 3 PTS YTH REINING - LEVEL 1 YOU DONT SPOOK ME MIKAYLA DAVIS 4 J / 28 PTS SIN CITY DREAMER BRECKEN SCHAEFER 4 J / 28 PTS GANGSTERS ONEN ONLY SAMUEL JOHN SCANGA 6 J / 27 PTS SPORTS MODEL SCOOTER KAITLYNN HANES 6 J / 26 PTS GANGSTERS TEE TIME IAN DRAKE SCANGA 6 J / 22 PTS YTH REINING 13 AND UNDER GANGSTERS TEE TIME IAN DRAKE SCANGA 24 J / 207 PTS DIDYOU CALL ME WIMPY RYLEE BUTLER 18 J / 159 PTS CROMED UP ABBY BUDD 13 J / 121 PTS DUALLING FOR STARS RYLEE BUTLER 10 J / 73 PTS THIS CHIC DIGS GUNS ABBY BUDD 1 J / 5 PTS YTH REINING 14-18 COWGIRLS REMEDY REILLY DHALIWAL 28 J / 430 PTS SIN CITY DREAMER BRECKEN SCHAEFER 24 J / 265 PTS GUNNERS GLITTERATI DIANA WEBSTER 26 J / 258 PTS GANGSTERS ONEN ONLY SAMUEL JOHN SCANGA 26 J / 211 PTS YOU DONT SPOOK ME MIKAYLA DAVIS 15 J / 153 PTS YTH WESTERN RIDING - ROOKIE ALWAYS FOR THE BEST MEGAN DURLAND 4 J / 4 PTS YTH WESTERN RIDING - LEVEL 1 SUDDEN TOP NOTCH TIERNEY HORTON 10 J / 21 PTS THIS CHOCOLATES HOT HAYLEY REED 10 J / 17 PTS HES PLATINUM VICTORIA LEEN 6 J / 17 PTS VS COSTAR JENTRY HONOR SHANDLEY 4 J / 12 PTS KEEP IT NATURAL LOGAN MARIE GLOUDE 6 J / 3 PTS
YTH WESTERN RIDING 14-18 SUDDEN TOP NOTCH TIERNEY HORTON 24 J / 63 PTS THIS CHOCOLATES HOT HAYLEY REED 20 J / 38 PTS CALL ME A HOTTIE MEGAN WALDRON 8 J / 36 PTS GOOD TOBE THE BEST KAITLYNN HANES 10 J / 21 PTS UF A CERTAIN STAR KACIE SCHARF 12 J / 19 PTS YTH TRAIL - ROOKIE MISS DAISY IS LAZY KENDALL DIRKSEN 10 J / 26 PTS ZIPS MAKING YOU LOOK NICHOLAS GONIFAS 8 J / 9 PTS HOT CHOCOLATE DIVA TRINITY UNREIN 4 J / 8 PTS NOTIBILY DYNAMIC JORDAN UHRIG 2 J / 6 PTS ALWAYS FOR THE BEST MEGAN DURLAND 1 J / 1 PTS YTH TRAIL - LEVEL 1 INVITATION TO BOOT LOGAN MARIE GLOUDE 14 J / 53 PTS IM GOOD AS IT GETS BROOKE JOLSTAD 12 J / 49 PTS THIS CHOCOLATES HOT HAYLEY REED 12 J / 45 PTS OH MY LORD CHARLIE ALEX KREBS 14 J / 43 PTS MISS DAISY IS LAZY KENDALL DIRKSEN 11 J / 40 PTS WALK TROT TRAIL - LEVEL 1 ROCKN ON DIESEL BAILEY RAE WOOD 4 J / 4 PTS YTH TRAIL 13 AND UNDER IM GOOD AS IT GETS BROOKE JOLSTAD 12 J / 43 PTS MISS DAISY IS LAZY KENDALL DIRKSEN 11 J / 28 PTS WALKTHELYNE BROOKE JOLSTAD 4 J / 11 PTS BETTA BELIEVE IT BROOKE JOLSTAD 4 J / 9 PTS YTH TRAIL 14-18 GOOD AS ALWAYS CLAIRE MCDOWALL 12 J / 89 PTS BOBBY DIMENSIONS CHEYANNE IZON 12 J / 75 PTS MOONLITE MADNEZ NATALIA DEVENCENTY 8 J / 49 PTS UF A CERTAIN STAR KACIE SCHARF 12 J / 48 PTS OH MY LORD CHARLIE ALEX KREBS 18 J / 47 PTS YTH WESTERN HORSEMANSHIP - ROOKIE MISS DAISY IS LAZY KENDALL DIRKSEN 13 J / 42 PTS ALWAYS FOR THE BEST MEGAN DURLAND 6 J / 23 PTS ZIPS MAKING YOU LOOK NICHOLAS GONIFAS 8 J / 21 PTS HOT CHOCOLATE DIVA TRINITY UNREIN 4 J / 10 PTS NOTIBILY DYNAMIC JORDAN UHRIG 2 J / 9 PTS YTH WESTERN HORSEMANSHIP - LEVEL 1 ROCKN ON DIESEL BAILEY RAE WOOD 30 J / 196 PTS OH MY LORD CHARLIE ALEX KREBS 14 J / 157 PTS INVITATION TO BOOT LOGAN MARIE GLOUDE 16 J / 110 PTS THIS CHOCOLATES HOT HAYLEY REED 14 J / 102 PTS MISS DAISY IS LAZY KENDALL DIRKSEN 22 J / 99 PTS YTH WESTERN HORSEMANSHIP 13 AND UNDER MISS DAISY IS LAZY KENDALL DIRKSEN 15 J / 52 PTS IM GOOD AS IT GETS BROOKE JOLSTAD 8 J / 41 PTS BETTA BELIEVE IT BROOKE JOLSTAD 4 J / 20 PTS
YTH WESTERN HORSEMANSHIP 14-18 SUDDEN TOP NOTCH TIERNEY HORTON 24 J / 171 PTS OH MY LORD CHARLIE ALEX KREBS 20 J / 123 PTS CALL ME A HOTTIE MEGAN WALDRON 14 J / 113 PTS UF A CERTAIN STAR KACIE SCHARF 12 J / 95 PTS THIS CHOCOLATES HOT HAYLEY REED 20 J / 84 PTS YTH WESTERN PLEASURE - ROOKIE ZIPS MAKING YOU LOOK NICHOLAS GONIFAS 8 J / 15 PTS MISS DAISY IS LAZY KENDALL DIRKSEN 1 J / 6 PTS NOTIBILY DYNAMIC JORDAN UHRIG 2 J / 4 PTS YTH WESTERN PLEASURE - LEVEL 1 ROCKN ON DIESEL BAILEY RAE WOOD 28 J / 84 PTS OVERDUE TO BE INVITD LAUREN WEABER 12 J / 58 PTS THIS CHOCOLATES HOT HAYLEY REED 8 J / 53 PTS ALWAYS FOR THE BEST MEGAN DURLAND 10 J / 41 PTS ZIPS MAKING YOU LOOK NICHOLAS GONIFAS 10 J / 40 PTS YTH WESTERN PLEASURE 13 AND UNDER MISS DAISY IS LAZY KENDALL DIRKSEN 9 J / 23 PTS WALKTHELYNE BROOKE JOLSTAD 6 J / 17 PTS ZIPS MAKING YOU LOOK NICHOLAS GONIFAS 2 J / 2 PTS YTH WESTERN PLEASURE 14-18 OVERDUE TO BE INVITD LAUREN WEABER 12 J / 31 PTS MOONLITE MADNEZ NATALIA DEVENCENTY 8 J / 30 PTS UF A CERTAIN STAR KACIE SCHARF 8 J / 23 PTS A SPEED DEMON KACIE SCHARF 4 J / 19 PTS THIS CHOCOLATES HOT HAYLEY REED 6 J / 15 PTS YOUTH RANCH RIDING - ROOKIE ALL WAYS GO FOR CASH CAROLINE LUCARELLI 4 J / 6 PTS ALWAYS FOR THE BEST MEGAN DURLAND 2 J / 4 PTS YTH RANCH RIDING - LEVEL 1 SPORTS MODEL SCOOTER KAITLYNN HANES 10 J / 65 PTS GUNNERS GLITTERATI DIANA WEBSTER 8 J / 59 PTS GIVEN TERMS AUBREY DOLPH 15 J / 51 PTS BORDER PATROLLER KRISTIN BULLARD 15 J / 41 PTS SIN CITY DREAMER BRECKEN SCHAEFER 10 J / 39 PTS YTH RANCH RIDING 13 AND UNDER GANGSTERS TEE TIME IAN DRAKE SCANGA 20 J / 145 PTS BORDER PATROLLER KRISTIN BULLARD 26 J / 103 PTS DIDYOU CALL ME WIMPY RYLEE BUTLER 10 J / 55 PTS CROMED UP ABBY BUDD 5 J / 38 PTS CAJUN SHINE RYLEE BUTLER 2 J / 19 PTS YTH RANCH RIDING 14-18 CUSTOM BAY BERRY AUDREY NANKERVIS 30 J / 332 PTS SPORTS MODEL SCOOTER KAITLYNN HANES 24 J / 261 PTS FANCY LIL CATILLAC LINDSAY GUYNN 20 J / 256 PTS CORNBREAD N WIMPIN LINDSAY GUYNN 28 J / 237 PTS GVG ELECTRIC SPARKS MADALINE CALLAWAY 22 J / 229 PTS
RMQHA Standings .YTH HUNTER UNDER SADDLE - ROOKIE MISS DAISY IS LAZY KENDALL DIRKSEN 10 J / 27 PTS TRADED COATS LAUREN KIYOTA 6 J / 15 PTS ALWAYS FOR THE BEST MEGAN DURLAND 6 J / 9 PTS NODOUBT IM SPARTACUS KRISTIN BULLARD 4 J / 7 PTS YTH HUNTER UNDER SADDLE - LEVEL 1 MISS DAISY IS LAZY KENDALL DIRKSEN 22 J / 76 PTS IM SEEIN DOUBLE VICTORIA LEEN 12 J / 66 PTS CLASSIE MINUTEMAN MEAGAN BRAUN 12 J / 65 PTS INCREDIBLY NATURAL MEAGAN BRAUN 12 J / 59 PTS BETTA BELIEVE IT BROOKE JOLSTAD 12 J / 54 PTS YTH HUNTER UNDER SADDLE 13 AND UNDER BETTA BELIEVE IT BROOKE JOLSTAD 12 J / 40 PTS NODOUBT IM SPARTACUS KRISTIN BULLARD 4 J / 8 PTS MISS DAISY IS LAZY KENDALL DIRKSEN 3 J / 4 PTS YTH HUNTER UNDER SADDLE 14-18 GOOD AS ALWAYS CLAIRE MCDOWALL 12 J / 49 PTS OVERDUE TO BE INVITD LAUREN WEABER 12 J / 33 PTS TELL A GOOD TAIL JACI TYANN TURNER 9 J / 30 PTS KEEP IT NATURAL LOGAN MARIE GLOUDE 6 J / 24 PTS IM CHASING MY DREAMS JENTRY HONOR SHANDLEY 6 J / 24 PTS YTH HUNTER HACK - ROOKIE TRADED COATS LAUREN KIYOTA 4 J / 4 PTS YTH HUNTER HACK - LEVEL 1 TRADED COATS LAUREN KIYOTA 4 J / 7 PTS
YTH HUNTER HACK 14-18 TRADED COATS LAUREN KIYOTA 4 J / 4 PTS YTH HUNT SEAT EQUITATION - ROOKIE MISS DAISY IS LAZY KENDALL DIRKSEN 13 J / 52 PTS ALWAYS FOR THE BEST MEGAN DURLAND 8 J / 38 PTS TRADED COATS LAUREN KIYOTA 8 J / 29 PTS WHO DA BOSS KATE BAUGH 2 J / 13 PTS NOTIBILY DYNAMIC JORDAN UHRIG 2 J / 11 PTS YTH HUNT SEAT EQUITATION - LEVEL 1 MISS DAISY IS LAZY KENDALL DIRKSEN 25 J / 109 PTS IM SEEIN DOUBLE VICTORIA LEEN 12 J / 83 PTS KEEP IT NATURAL LOGAN MARIE GLOUDE 8 J / 76 PTS THIS CHOCOLATES HOT HAYLEY REED 14 J / 67 PTS ALWAYS FOR THE BEST MEGAN DURLAND 16 J / 65 PTS YTH HUNT SEAT EQUITATION 13 AND UNDER IM GOOD AS IT GETS BROOKE JOLSTAD 8 J / 28 PTS MISS DAISY IS LAZY KENDALL DIRKSEN 10 J / 28 PTS BETTA BELIEVE IT BROOKE JOLSTAD 4 J / 15 PTS YTH HUNT SEAT EQUITATION 14-18 THIS CHOCOLATES HOT HAYLEY REED 20 J / 73 PTS CALL ME A HOTTIE MEGAN WALDRON 12 J / 67 PTS INVITATION TO BOOT LOGAN MARIE GLOUDE 10 J / 45 PTS WESTERN MAIDEN CAROLINE KORELL 8 J / 43 PTS OVERDUE TO BE INVITD LAUREN WEABER 12 J / 39 PTS
VRH YTH RANCH CUTTING LENAS STYLISH LADY COLLIN OCHSNER 2 J / 6 PTS GEM OF A HICKORYBOON KIRSTEN WOOD 1 J / 1 PTS VRH YTH RANCH REINING LENAS STYLISH LADY COLLIN OCHSNER 2 J / 9 PTS GIVEN TERMS AUBREY DOLPH 4 J / 9 PTS SPORTS MODEL SCOOTER KAITLYNN HANES 2 J / 8 PTS CHIC OUT HER MAGNUM SAMANTHA KATHARINE PEDEN 2 J / 6 PTS LEE DILLON LYDIA LOKEN 2 J / 3 PTS VRH YTH LIMITED RANCH COW WORK LENAS STYLISH LADY COLLIN OCHSNER 2 J / 7 PTS THE MONKEY BARS KAITLYN BOYKIN 1 J / 3 PTS ARC ELECTRICAL STORM ARIANNE MISCHO 2 J / 2 PTS WEST COAST INDY KAITLYN BOYKIN 1 J / 2 PTS VRH YTH RANCH CONFORMATION GIVEN TERMS AUBREY DOLPH 4 J / 9 PTS ARC ELECTRICAL STORM ARIANNE MISCHO 2 J / 6 PTS LENAS STYLISH LADY COLLIN OCHSNER 2 J / 6 PTS BORDER PATROLLER KRISTIN BULLARD 2 J / 4 PTS GEM OF A HICKORYBOON KIRSTEN WOOD 1 J / 3 PTS
YTH PERFORMANCE HALTER MARES INVITATION TO BOOT LOGAN MARIE GLOUDE 12 J / 26 PTS FANCY LIL CATILLAC LINDSAY GUYNN 5 J / 9 PTS MISS DAISY IS LAZY KENDALL DIRKSEN 4 J / 7 PTS GANGSTERS ONEN ONLY SAMUEL JOHN SCANGA 4 J / 5 PTS NVR MOONSHINE DUNIT LUKE GUYNN 2 J / 4 PTS YTH PERFORMANCE HALTER GELDINGS ALWAYS FOR THE BEST MEGAN DURLAND 17 J / 45 PTS BETTA BELIEVE IT BROOKE JOLSTAD 4 J / 16 PTS INCREDIBLY NATURAL TAYLOR ANN BRAUN 6 J / 15 PTS CLASSIE MINUTEMAN TAYLOR ANN BRAUN 8 J / 15 PTS BETTA BELIEVE IT JAKE JOLSTAD 2 J / 6 PTS VRH YTH RANCH RIDING GIVEN TERMS AUBREY DOLPH 4 J / 10 PTS BORDER PATROLLER KRISTIN BULLARD 2 J / 8 PTS SPORTS MODEL SCOOTER KAITLYNN HANES 2 J / 7 PTS MY REVOLUTIONARY WAY AMBER NUSSER 2 J / 5 PTS LEE DILLON LYDIA LOKEN 2 J / 5 PTS VRH YTH RANCH TRAIL LEE DILLON LYDIA LOKEN 2 J / 3 PTS GEM OF A HICKORYBOON KIRSTEN WOOD 1 J / 3 PTS GIVEN TERMS AUBREY DOLPH 2 J / 3 PTS LENAS STYLISH LADY COLLIN OCHSNER 2 J / 3 PTS ARC ELECTRICAL STORM ARIANNE MISCHO 1 J / 1 PTS
Race Standings as of September 15, 2018 Based on a carefully-designed points system, RMQHA lists the year-end high-point award contenders from Arapahoe Park, Aurora, Colo., race results. Those included must be members of the organization These results are unaudited at time of printing. Good luck for the rest of the meet! AGED MARES 2 YEAR OLD FILLIES 3 YEAR OLD FILLIES LEADING BROODMARES 1. TOO LONG KISSIN --- 48 JORGE NAVA 2. PERKIN DESIRE --- 44 ROBERTO GOMEZ 3. SHES MY FOOSE --- 26 DAISY MARTINEZ 4. DYNASTYS EMPIRE ---12 HUGO BARRON SIERRA 4. BUBBLES IN MY CORONA --- 12 JERRY & SHANON FIZER
1. ONE TWO --- 68 MARGARITO MONTALVO 2. INVITE A FAVOR --- 59 MARGARITO MONTALVO 3. MOSHI YOSHI ---53 DANA YOSHIDA-OROZCO 4. CAPOS SASSY LAAYDEE --- 48 ALEX OROZCO
1. SHINNING BIANCA --- 48 HUGO BARRON SIERRA 2. ROYALCLASSIC CORONA --- 25 JERRY & SHANON FIZER 3. ICY DEVON --- 25 VAUGHN COOK 4. SWEET N SOUR BARS --- 23 ZACHARY QUEZADA
2 YEAR OLD GELDINGS/ COLTS 1. MIDNITE DASH --- 34 PEDRO & LILIA ANDAZOLA 2. JESS UN SEIS MAS --- 32 HUGO BARRON SIERRA 3. CHENDO BOY ---29 RITO LUNA 4. MAKEITRAIN --- 28 MARGARITO MONTALVO
3 YEAR OLD GELDINGS/ COLTS
1. SK DUCK DYNASTY --- 42 GEORGE SEWARD & MASON KING 2. A TAC MAN ---36 DAVID PALAFOX 3. GO STREAK LIGHTNING --- 32 HUGO BARRON SIERRA 4. TOSHI YOSHI --- 19 DANA YOSHIDA-OROZCO
1. SHINE YOUR WAGON --- 68 MARGARITO MONTALVO 2. JETTIN BEN --- 50 MARK SCHULTZ 3. DG TEMPTER --- 48 RICHARD & GENEVIEVE HERRMAN 4. INDOMABLE CARTEL ---31 MARIANO CORNEJO
JOSE ALVAREZ --- 3
1. SEIS STAR GLITTER --- 112 HUGO BARRON SIERRA 2. MAIRIS MONEY MAKER --- 72 DANA YOSHIDA-OROZCO 3. SHINE N SHAKE ---68 BILL & MARSHA DRAKE 4. IM HAYLEY TWO --- 66 BILL & MARSHA DRAKE
1. CORONAS FAST DASH --- 68 JAKE DAHL & STEPHANIE WEBB 2. SHURNUF STREAKIN --- 32 HUGO BARRON SIERRA 3. RUNNIN THRU TRAFFIC --- 8 ANDRES BUENO 4. TAKIN ON THE FIRE --- 2 MIGUEL MARTINEZ
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HIPOLITO MICHEL VALVERDE --- 38 JOSE MANUEL BARRON --- 26 JOSE CRUZ VILLAFRANCO --- 9 JORGE NAVA --- 9
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Other Shows & Events AQHA Select World Show August 24 - September 1, 2018 Tri-State Fairgrounds, Amarillo, TX All-American Quarter Horse Congress October 2-28, 2018 Columbus, Ohio www.quarterhorsecongress.com AQHA World Show November 1-17, 2018 State Fair Park, OKC, OK RMQHA Convention & Awards Banquet January 25-26, 2019 Marriott West, Golden, CO AQHA Y.E.S. Conference July 9-11th, 2019 Amarillo, TX
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2019 Editorial Calendar JANUARY / FEBRUARY Stallion & Reproduction (Judges) MARCH Horse Show Prep (Judges) APRIL Join the Fun! MAY / JUNE Racing JULY Horse Show (Judges) AUGUST Youth Issue SEPTEMBER Autumn Activities Issue OCTOBER Congress & World Show Issue (Judges) NOVEMBER Business Issue DECEMBER Awards Issue A complimentary issue of January, March, July and October will be sent to the AQHA judges’ list.
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The Rocky Mountain Quarter Horse
Rocky Mountain Quarter Horse Association Headquarters 22 S 4th Avenue, Suite 101, Brighton, CO 80601 (303) 659-7752 • Jodie Martin-Witt, Executive Director
Officers and Directors
Jill Cook, DVM, Chair; Kelley Simonsen, Shaun Duley-Goude, and Dawn Waldron
President— Kelley Simonsen 39553 Rangeview Drive • Severance, CO 80610 • 970-222-4010 Vice President Racing— Terry Vondy 11675 Hwy 385 • Burlington, CO 80807 • 970-227-0802 Vice President Show & Performance— Mark Guynn 2101 S. County Road 23E . Berthoud, CO 80513 • 303-907-1007 Immediate Past President— John D. Hammes PO Box 670 • Holly, CO 81047 • 719-537-6712
Race Board 2018
Matt Herrman, 15674 CR 36, Platteville, CO 80651 • 303-524-0751 James E. Lynn, 46434 Sugar Pine Circle, Parker, CO 80138 • 303-795-9217 Margo Schares, P.O. Box 215, East Lake, CO 80614 • 303-452-4729
John D. Hammes, PO Box 670 • Holly, CO 81047 • 719-537-6712 Kathy Stoker-Hill, 20570 WCR 46 • LaSalle, CO 80645 • 970-284-6275 Greg Hause, 27124 WCR 70, Gill, CO 80624 • 970-302-3600
Treasurer— Larry Terrell, CPA 1643 14.5 Rd., Loma, CO 81524 • 970-250-4856 Secretary— Douglas George 7626 E. Greenland Rd., Franktown, CO 80116 • 619-954-4807 Youth— Jimmy Daurio 32519 South Rd. • Pueblo, CO 81006 • 719-252-1565
Vaughn Cook, 5412 E CR 32E • Fort Collins, CO 80525 • 970-481-9765 Terry Vondy, 11675 Hwy 385 • Burlington, CO 80807 • 970-227-0802 Howie Chavers, 15092 Josephine St., Thornton, CO 80602 • 303-517-9072
2018 RMQHA Committees Youth Committee: Youth Committee: Jimmy Daurio, Chairman; Jan Guynn; Jill Cook, DVM, Shaun Gloude; Leslie Lange; Willard Nordick; & Jodie Witt, Youth Advisor. Membership, Media & Marketing Committee: Doug George, Chair; Marian Carpenter, Pat Close & Sandy Cochran Financial & Budget Committee: All Executive Committee members Racing Committee: All elected directors and appointed members Show Committee: All elected directors and appointed members Recreation Committee: Willard Nordick, Chair; Jim Olson & Betty Olson, Bill & Lindsay Serrell, Becky Wynn, and many others Bylaws Committee: Margo Ball, Chair; Shaun Gloude, Willard Nordick, Jim Olson, & Larry Terrell Hall of Fame Selection Committee: Hall of Fame Committee: Jan Guynn, Chairperson; Jake Dahl; Matt Herrman; Suzy Johnson; Marvin Kapushion; Leslie Lange; Geoff Morris; Willard Nordick; & Terry Vondy Convention 2018 Committee: TBD
Victor Cervantes, 16474 WCR 44-LaSalle, CO 80645 • 970-313-8237 Greg Herrman, 905 W 6th Avenue - Broomfield, CO 80020 • 720-252-8612 Larry Terrell, CPA, 1643 14.5 Rd., Loma, CO 81524 • 970-250-4856
Show & Performance Board 2018
Douglas George, 7626 E. Greenland Rd., Franktown, CO 80116 • 619-954-4807 Jan Guynn, 2101 S. CR 23E • Berthoud, CO 80513 • 303-678-9535 Kimberly LeTourneau, 20400 County Road 281 Nathrop, CO 81236 • 970-333-1992
Mark Guynn, 2101 S. CR 23E • Berthoud, CO 80513 • 303-907-1007 Lorie Liddicoat, 45879 Summit Road, Parker, CO 80138 • 303-513-2572 Kyle Hause, 27124 WCR 70, Gill, CO 80624 • 970-302-2933
Marvin Kapushion, 4333 Blair Rd • Whitewater, CO 81527 • 970-260-5425 Sue Kapushion, 4333 Blair Rd. • Whitewater, CO 81527 • 970-260-5424 Connie Holtz, 14254 W. 74 Dr., Arvada, CO 80007 • 303-548-4952
2018 Show & Performance Committees Amateur Committee: Jeri Kay Lockwood, Chair; Kim LeTourneau, Vice Chair, Carly Forest, Secretary; Kyle Hause, fundraising/sponsors; Connie Holtz, Kristi Troell, & Lisa Young. Nominations Committee: Lorie Liddicoat, Chair; Jan Guynn & Kelly McDowall
2018 Racing Committees
Stakes Committee: Howie Chavers, Dick Herrman and Greg Herrman Year-End Awards and Race Trophies: Greg Herrman , Margo Schares & Kathy Stoker-Hill Nominations Committee: Jake Dahl, Greg Herrman and Margo Schares Day at the Races Committee: Amy Hunter & Kathy Stoker-Hill
Cody Crow, 8162 E CR 20C-Johnstown, CO 80534 • 970-214-9983 Jimmy Daurio, 32519 South Rd. • Pueblo, CO 81006 • 719-252-1565 Leslie Lange, 2140 Fern Ave. • Greeley, CO 80631 • 970-352-3758
President— Luke Guynn, Berthoud, CO Vice President— Hayley Reed, Montrose, CO Secretary— Diana Webster, Longmont, CO Treasurer— Logan Gloude, Lone Tree, CO Reporter— Caroline Korell, Centennial, CO
Region 1 - Shelby Robinette, Sterling, CO Region 2 - Claire McDowall, Franktown, CO Region 3 - Jake Jolstad, Lakewood, CO / Megan Durland, Broomfield, CO Region 4 - Natalia Devencenty, Pueblo, CO Region 5 - Bailey Rogers, Cedaredge, CO
AQHA Honorary Vice President Leslie Lange, Greeley, CO
AQHA Directors At Large
Vaughn Cook, 5412 E CR 32E • Ft Collins, CO 80528 • 970-481-9765 John D. Hammes, PO Box 670 • Holly, CO 81047 • 719-537-6712
AQHA Director Emeritus
At Large Directors— Lindsay Guynn, Reilly Dahliwal, Maddie Caldwell, Lauren Weaber & Sam Scanga
Adult Youth Leaders
Willard Nordick, Platteville, CO
2018 RMQHA Leadership
Margo Lea Ball, 5137 N CR 11 • Ft Collins, CO 80524 • 970-484 4148 Jerry Black, DVM, 5906 Windemere Rd., Loveland, CO 80537 • 970-491-8373 Shaun Gloude, 10058 S Shadow Hill • Lone Tree, CO 80124 • 303-870-8089 JD Yates, 1235 Lane 30 1/4 • Pueblo, CO 81006 • 719-948-3880
Jill Cook, DVM, 5412 E CR 32E • Fort Collins, CO 80525 • 970-420-9332 Jimmy Daurio, 32519 South Rd. • Pueblo, CO 81006 • 719-252-1565 Jan Guynn, 2101 S. CR 23E • Berthoud, CO 80513 • 303-678-9535 Jodie Witt, YOUTH ADVISOR, 15244 Singletree Dr., Mead, CO 80542 . 970-222-3922
Honorary Vice Presidents
Marilyn Alkire, Castle Rock, CO • Tom Bradbury, Byers, CO • Dwayn Hoelscher, Longmont, CO • Herman Libsack, Greeley, CO • Lee Mills, Arvada, CO • Geoff Morris, Platteville, CO R. Dewayne Noell, Pueblo West, CO • Willard Nordick, Platteville, CO • Robert C. Norris, Colo. Springs, CO • J. Marvin Willhite, Holly, CO • Dave Wolfe, Wellington, CO
The Rocky Mountain Quarter Horse
The official publication of the Rocky Mountain Quarter Horse Magazine. The November 2018 issue includes the annual Holiday Gift Guide and mo...
Published on Oct 12, 2019
The official publication of the Rocky Mountain Quarter Horse Magazine. The November 2018 issue includes the annual Holiday Gift Guide and mo...