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Beautiful Barns KSU Wildcat Equestrian Team AQHA Hall of Fame Honors Duane Walker and Jackie Bee

Ticket to the big time

Kansas Quarter Horse Association

Buyer’s and Winner’s Guide 2008-2009 There is no better time to become a member of the Kansas Quarter Horse Association. Our annual Winner’s and Buyer’s Guide provides you with the best source for quality horses, products and services that will take you to the winner’s circle here, at the national competitions or riding the best trails in Kansas. The annual Hope in the Heartland Circuit, held the last weekend in September, is a fund-raising event for equestrians with disabilities.

Join Us!

The KQHA futurity is open to the world and affiliated with the NSBA. We sponsor the AQHA official trail ride each spring at the Ringneck Ranch and provide prizes and educational opportunities for those who ride with us. When you join KQHA, you are becoming part of a 60 year tradition of excellence in the Quarter Horse industry. If you are looking for fun, recreation and top competition you will find it as a KQHA member.

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“Beautiful barns” They have exteriors of style and beauty, but take a look inside the barns of three KQHA members and you’ll find functional features and beautiful American Quarter Horses.

“KQHA artists” Regardless of the medium used, each of these artists has touched the universe in some way and brought the Western way of life to many.

“Mothers, daughters and the horses that bind them” We have the good fortune of witnessing two and often three generations of women sharing time together showing their horses

8....................Board of Directors and Committees 2008 Directors and Committees

39..................Duane Walker and Jackie Bee Achieve AQHA Hall of fame What it’s like to be a legend in your own time

10..................KQHA News and BullEtins Upcoming events and informational articles

42..................voge leaves legacy through wildcat judging team success Julie Voge steps down from K-State’s Judging Team

27..................KQHA Membership application 28..................Ticket to the big time A 1997 stallion turns out to be incredibly talented 30..................Kansas Super Horse has champion roots Gardiner Quarter Horses and Gardiner Angus Ranch 32..................KQHA Kounts Sponsored by Logan Western Supply

43..................KSU Wildcat Equestrian Team Universities and colleges across the country need to be careful when the Wildcat Equestrian Team comes to town 44-50............Open and amateur membership roster 52-53............Youth membership roster

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Board of Directors &Committees Executive Committee Finance President Diana Friend Craig Cole Past President Vice President Jeff Mellott Sherri Tearney Directors Directors through ‘08 Garth Gardiner Scott Janssen Shelly McColm Sandy Zwick

Directors through ‘09 Ryan Cole Diana Friend Jessica Streit Sherri Tearney

Craig and Ryan Cole

Executive Secretary Sandy Bryant-Parker

Directors through ‘10 Jennifer Minick Bormann Craig Cole Aaron J. Moeder Peggy Pickford

Jeff Mellott and Chuck Sperry

Past Presidents/lifetime directors Stan O’Neil Harold Morrison Jeff Mellott J. Byron Roenbaugh Carole James Chuck Sperry Jim Baska C.A. Cofer Howard Muncy Duane Walker Lee Greathouse Roberta Fair-Jaye Carl Mills Ron McKown Billy Allen Mark Gratny KAQHA officers and Directors Secretary President Kathy Green Leslie Woolley Past President Vice President John Rose Debra Powers

KQHYA officers and Directors Secretary President Paris Nottingham Chandry Kraft Public Relations Vice President Sydney Doane Mariah Moxley Youth Director Sandy Zwick kansas national Directors Director At Large Denny Hassett Duane W. Walker PO Box 187 1422 27th Ave. Auburn, KS 66402 Canton, KS 67428 Sherri Tearney Director Emeritus 19001 Nall C.A. Cofer Stilwell, KS 66085 7400 N. Broadway Wichita, KS 67219 Starlet Hunter 11452 SW US Hwy 77 Augusta, KS 67010 Paul Treadwell 10101 E. 47th St. S Derby, KS 67037

Scott Janssen

Directors Dia Fowles Kathryn James Sue Nickel Mary Mages

Directors Levi Allison Cassie Collins Katie Ralph Maddie Vosburgh

Past President Brad Tate P.O. Box 69 Lakin, KS 67860 Past President Walt Fletcher P.O. Box C Lakin, KS 67860

Sandy Zwick

Shelly & Allen McColm

Roberta Jaye

Nancy Murfin-Moxley, Jeff Mellot and Walnut Creek Animal Supply owners

Mary Mages

At the KQHA Annual Banquet: C.A. Cofer Sherri Tearney Duane Walker

Annual Awards program

Compete at KQHA shows and win prizes for your efforts. Points are earned and complied for AQHA approved shows - youth, amateur and open competitors (amateur and open pay a $10 nominating fee). High Point winners receive awards at the KQHA Annual Meeting and Awards Banquet, the third Saturday in January. Special awards include: • All Around Performance – youth (13 & under and 14-18), amateur and open • High Point Halter Horse – open and amateur • KQHA Sportsmanship Award – presented to a youth who is nominated by the KQHA Board of Directors and voted on by their peers. • Mike Flach Volunteer Award – presented to an association member whose contributions help make the association a success. Award is in memory of Mike, who was a tireless volunteer for KQHA , 4-H, his community and church.

KQHA Hall of Fame

Honoring the great horses and horse people of Kansas Quarter Horse Association! Each year, KQHA accepts nominations for its Hall of Fame to recognize the contribution a KQHA-shown horse or KQHA member who has made a contribution to the equine industry. Nominees may be living or deceased and must have been permanent residents of Kansas for at least five years. Individuals must be or have been members in good standing. Horses must have been bred in Kansas or owned by a Kansas resident for at least five years. Horses nominated must not be currently showing, standing at stud, or taking remuneration of any kind. Nominations are accepted from the KQHA membership from January 1 – September 1 of each year. Mail nominations to: Carolyn Kaberline, 2208 SW Hope Street, Topeka, KS 66614

KQHA News and bulletins

KQHA Web Site


The Kansas Quarter Horse Association web site provides the latest information about association activities. is the official site of the Kansas Quarter Horse Association. Our hope is to provide information to our present members and answer questions for potential new members and interested surfers. An up-to-date calendar provides show bills for the AQHA/KQHA approved shows and trail ride events. This site provides printable forms for: KQHA, KAQHA and KQHYA membership; association bylaws; nominating a stallion to the breeders futurity; entering the futurity; nominating open and amateur horses for year-end awards; and signing up for the KS Kounts program. Contact information is listed for our officers and board of directors and the executive secretary.

Bi-monthly news publication

Published in print and on the KQHA web site. Learn about association news and events. It is a great opportunity for advertisers at a very reasonable cost.

KQHA Recreational Rides

We are proud of our affiliation with the AQHA’s Recreational Ride Program and have sponsored a ride in Kansas every year since it began in 1997. Through its state affiliates, AQHA annually hosts nearly 90 rides around the world. If you have a horse, you’re welcome to participate! A portion of the proceeds benefit the American Quarter Horse Foundation and a local charity selected by the host affiliates. Ryan Cole, (785) 545-6088, is the KQHA trail ride coordinator and is your best resource for recreational ride information. The Ringneck Ranch in Tipton, Kansas ( or 785- 373-4835) is the official AQHA ride. The AQHA Ride Program, presented by Sooner & Exiss Trailers, offers a variety of rate packages. Call the Universal Trailer Ride Hotline at 888-414-RIDE for more information about an AQHA Ride Program event near you.

showing in kansas

Kansas is centrally located in the heart of the AQHA show circuit, hosting 24 AQHA/ KQHA shows, plus a Novice AQHA/KQHA show annually. Hope in the Heartland, the biggest circuit held the last weekend in September, is also a fund-raising event that supports the Riders with Disabilities initiatives. The circuit hosts the KQHA breeders futurities and NSBA futurities. For show schedule and futurity information, visit or call 785-785-215-4679. KQHA

Important Dates 2008 August 1

2008-2009 KQHA Buyer’s & Winner’s Guide Available!

August 1-9 AQHYA Ford World Championship Show Oklahoma City, OK August 8-17

Reichert Celebration Tulsa, OK

August 25-31

AQHA Bayer Select World Championship Show Amarillo, TX

September 7

Kansas State Fair Hutchinson, KS

September 12-14

American Royal Kansas City, MO

September 25-28

KQHA Hope In the Heartland Circuit Wichita, KS

October 4-25 All American Quarter Horse Congress Columbus, OH November 8-22 AQHA Bank of America Amateur World Championship Show AQHA FedEx Open World Championship Show Oklahoma City, OK December 31

Pay your 2009 KQHA Membership Dues

2009 January 2

Deadline for 2007 AQHF Scholarship applications

January 17

KQHA Annual Meeting & Awards

February 15

Bob Serrault/Paul Gorthy Memorial Scholarship and Heritage Scholarship Applications due to KQHA office

April 1

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May 1, 2008-April 30, 2009 National Qualifying period for AQHYA World Championship Show January 1- June 22

KQHYA Team Qualifying for AQHYA World Championship Show

June 1, 2008-May 31, 2009 National Qualifying period for the 2009 Select Championship Show August 1, 2008-July 31, 2009 National Qualifying period for the 2009 AQHA Bank of America Amateur AQHA FedEx Open World Championship Shows

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Beautiful barns They have exteriors of style and beauty, but take a look inside the barns of three KQHA members and you’ll find functional features and beautiful American Quarter Horses. written by Anita Miller Fry

photography by Meredith Fry

hofferosa Ranch

Higgins Ranch


he stone barn at Higgins Ranch near Dover is one of the most unique barns in the Kansas, with its arched entryways and unique architecture. The building­ ­— made by owner Mike Higgins out of native Kansas limestone — looks like it has been a longtime feature of the land, but it is actually only about seven years old. The front portion of the barn was built first. It has four stalls. A large addition was constructed to offer more stalls, a vet treating area and a small kitchen. In total, the barn has eight regular stalls and three foaling stalls. The thick stone walls keep the barn cool in the summer, and wood stoves add warmth in the winter. The main resident of the barn, halter stallion Mr. Coolest Kid, known as “Kid,” doesn’t get a heavy coat in the winter, so the warmer conditions of the barn suit him, said Norma Jean Scott. Norma, who describes the barn as “rustic western,” has helped the décor with fixtures and accents from Home on the Range, a home furnishings business she owns in South Topeka. There are tall wooden stools made from logs, a large Native American statue in the barn corridor, and a large metal star attached high on an interior wall of the barn. There are wagon wheel chandeliers hanging from the twostory barn area over the stalls. The floor in the barn is stained concrete that has been stamped to look like wide wooden planks. Norma said it was inspired by the floors at Puffy’s Restaurant in Maple Hill. The stall doors are heavy metal with an interlaced design created and built by Mike Higgins. Norma said Mike Higgins, who owns and operates a rock quarry, always wanted a “nice barn.” Mike uses the barn for business parties, and Norma said Mike has decided to get out of the halter horse breeding business after seven years and is planning to sell “Kid.” Kid is a World Show Top 10 Finalist and son of Coolest.

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When Barbara and John Hoffer set out to build a barn 15 years ago they wanted something functional. Not only is their barn south of Topeka an efficient design, but it is attractive as the home for their halter horse breeding operation that has produced two World Champion, AQHA winners and countless other award winners. “We built more for function, not pretty,” said Barbara. Located near the entrance to an expanse of pens, pastures and manicured lawn, the Hoffer’s barn was originally a seven-stall Morton building with the Hoffers doing all the interior finishing work. “As the herd got larger, the barn got larger,” Barbara said. As they started in the foaling operation, they added on a heated wing with 15-foot-by-15-foot foaling stalls, a lab-work area for the breeding operation, a wash rack and a 60- by-60-foot indoor arena for showing and fitting. Just to the east of the barn is a large circle drive to give ample room for pulling in the truck and horse trailer. Take a walk through the barn now and it seamlessly flows from one area to another, with space-saving areas and features that help the breeding operation run smoothly. For instance, the wash rack is created in the entry area to the arena by simply closing a sliding door. And a chute for palpating mares is in a corner by the mare stalls with enough room for a foal to move in next to his or her mother. “We had to use our space wisely,” said Barbara. One big convenience — and safety feature — is that the barn is wired with cameras that allow the Hoffers to watch for foals from inside their house, which is built further back on the property. Barbara said foremost in planning the barn was safety. On this particular day, the Hoffers have two stallions in one area of the barn and three mares and their new foals in the other wing of the barn. The rest of the herd is outside in a series of pens and pastures surrounded by bright white vinyl fencing with runin sheds for protection from the weather. Barbara says keeping the horses outside as much as possible is the best situation for them. Of the seven foals born this year — the largest baby crop ever at Hofferosa — the four older ones are already on pasture and the three younger ones and their mothers will soon be joining them. “This is the best baby crop we’ve ever had,” Barbara said. “Of the seven this year, three are girls and four are boys. Several have very strong show potential.” Among those with show potential are Walker and Beasley, named after Kansas State University basketball players. Barbara notes that Walker is “built really well, he’s just gorgeous,” and that Beasley is out of their best mare and sired by their 2004 buckskin stallion “Not Kiddin Me” who won the amateur 2-yearold stallion at the 2006 Bayer Select World Show and the 3-year old stallion at the 2007 World Show. Barbara says Beasley is “better than his daddy. Just look at his short back. He’s a mess though. He knows he’s hot.” Barbara said she and John will likely compete against each other with the two colts next year. “I’ll take Beasley,” John quips. “He doesn’t get to make that decision,” Barbara says and laughs.

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In addition to the 36 horses at the ranch, including several studs that the Hoffers stand in Topeka, they have two studs in Texas, as well as two mares. Not Kiddin Me and Endzone Dancer are standing at a breeding facility of Bill and Ann Lanning of Pilot Point, Texas. “We feel blessed. We’ve had two World Champions from this ranch and I want to do it one more time,” said Barbara. The Hoffers keep lights on stallions and mares to help with the timing for an earlier breeding season. They have an automatic lighting system that goes on during evening hours November to March for the stallion pen area as well as around the exterior of another barn where some of their mares stay. In one stallion area is Dun Beyond Reality, their first World Champion stallion. Charlie, as he is known, still has a commanding presence. “He is still a magnificent stallion. He could show today,” Barbara says of Dun Beyond Reality who won AQHA titles in 2002 and 2003. “You’d have to wash him, Barbara,” John replies. The Hoffers keep some of their awards in a lounge area in the barn, including a small photo of Barbara as a child with her first horse, and the Hoffers’ very first showing award: a reserve high point award from the Kansas Buckskin Horse Association in 1993. All of their larger trophies and awards are kept at the house and already have outgrown the shelves. The Hoffers say they love their location in northeast Kansas because they are near Kansas State University and its vet school, there is ample pasture area and alfalfa, and they are near their trainers Aaron Hall, Wichita, and Denny Hassett, Topeka. Best of all, their horses are right outside the front door.

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Rodrock Quarter Horses

The Rodrock grandchildren share Darol and Karen’s love of horses.

What once started as a western pleasure horse breeding operation has now expanded to include the cutting crowd as Darol Rodrock, a longtime KQHA and AQHA member, decided to take up a new equine sport less than two years ago. His wife, Karen, continues to show in western pleasure and oversees the offspring that are produced each year at their ranch in southern Johnson County near Bucyrus. The Rodrock’s home, barn and arena are located adjacent to a large rock-lined lake.  Paved roads guide the visitor from the stone entrances to the barn parking lot. At the entrances to the property are large black wrought iron gates with the logo “RR” across them. The Rodrocks have been breeding, raising, and showing quality quarter horses for more than 30 years. Their ranch has just about anything a horseman might need: a 24 horse stall barn complete with wash rack, vet treatment area, an attached indoor arena, two outdoor arenas — one designed for cutting, the other for western pleasure — a round pen, turn-out pens and a walker. The open two-story barn has tongue and groove wood from floor to ceiling with brick flooring throughout the aisles. There are ceiling fans and second story windows to let in the light and a video system for 24-hour viewing in different locations throughout the barn, most appreciated during foaling time. There is an office near the stalls and a larger lounge area that offers viewing

of the arena, as well as a location for parties, family gatherings and at one time the venue for a “western wedding.” The lounge decor compliments the western feel and includes a family room complete with a rock fireplace, trophy showcases, a full kitchen and dining area. Karen said the couple designed and had the barn built about 10 years ago. Morton Buildings constructed the stall areas, as well as the lounge area.  The indoor riding arena was built by American Contractors. The indoor arena has been modified with solid siding (instead of the original white fencing that lined it) to make it suitable for cutting. The Rodrocks are proud to be the home of the Johnson County 4-H rodeo queen horsemanship contest and the Abdullah Shrine Rodeo queen competition. They once hosted the national convention for the Therapeutic Riding Academy, which they considered a real honor. Occasionally, the Rodrocks have invitational cuttings and invite friends to compete, and they also have offered western pleasure and cutting clinics. “Our children grew up in 4-H and the KQHA. We try to give back as much as we can,” said Karen. “Darol and I are life members of KQHA and long time members of AQHA. Our children, Lori, Brian and Dana, participated during their youth in the youth division, and now with eight grandchildren, the possibility exists that we may have more winners in our future.”  Darol is a past president of the National Snaffle Bit Association and an active board member.  He is a recipient of the prestigious Jack Benson Award from NSBA. The Jack Benson award honors a person who exhibits dedication to the industry and has a strong influence in the history of the NSBA. Darol was an AQHA National Director from Kansas for several years. Darol has success in the show ring which includes two Congress Championship titles. Darol has placed at several NCHA futurities. He placed 4th in the Futurity in 2006. He was champion in the select amateur  division at The Super Stakes in 2007 and 2008. He was reserve champion in the amateur division at the South Point Classic in 2008.  Tommy Marvin, Barnsdall, Okla., is Darol’s cutting trainer. Karen continues with her success in the Western Pleasure arena, placing twice in the top 10 at the Select Amateur World Championship show. She currently shows her top mare, Miss Potential Zip, trained by their resident trainer, J.R. Driggers. 

Rodrock Quarter Horse Barn



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hen it comes to building a barn, there is no one plan that suits every horse person, says Tom Craun. And Craun, a Kansas Quarter Horse Association member and longtime contractor, should know. Craun of Basehor has constructed more than 400 Wick Buildings, some of which have been equine facilities and are individually planned. Wick Buildings offer a full spectrum of options to make stables, barn or riding arena safe, attractive, functional and efficient. The company, which is represented through the Midwest, offers stall barns, riding arenas, run-in sheds, hay storage, viewing rooms, living quarters and tack closets. Craun and Wick also construct commercial buildings, suburban storage buildings, garages, and just about any building, in addition to barns. “I’ve done everything from the ‘vanilla horse barn’ to the ‘Cadillac barn’,” Craun said. Craun said most often he gets inquiries from people wanting the cost of a 36-foot by 45-foot stall barn, but he says “each one is its own building. “While one person may want 10-foot stalls, another person may want the barn two stories with dormers. “It’s very individual. You can have aesthetics. You can make them on the low end or you can make one fancy and put on brick or dormers or cedar siding. No two are alike.“ Initially Craun works with the horse person to determine what kind of barn is needed. Is this a backyard barn for a couple of horses on a few acres or is it a broodmare barn? Craun said when working with the novice horseperson, he or she isn’t always aware of the size of stalls or alleyways, so he helps with details like that. “Having 50 years of being in the horse business, I’ve done that kind of scenario and I try to direct them in the direction of what they need,” Craun said. He then says the location of where the barn is going to be located is important to consider. First and foremost, check to see what zoning requirements are for the city or county where the barn is going to be located. Are there setback requirements for the barn and are horses allowed in the area? What are the building codes for barns in that particular area? Utility layouts and ease of turning a truck and trailer near the barn also should be planned out. Craun said “the footprint” of where the barn is going to be located is important to consider. That includes the elevation of the barn and making sure there is adequate drainage away from the building. It may mean spending a little more to get the correct elevation, but in the long run it is worth it, he said. Craun is a longtime active member of KQHA and the Palomino breed association along with his wife, Gail, and daughter, Natalie. He said most of the barns he builds are the result of referrals from other people who have already had him construct a barn. And in some cases, he has built four to five buildings for the same customer, each time building something different. He primarily works in the Kansas City area, but goes as far as Topeka and Lawrence for projects.


no place like

the barn Tom Craun, a longtime contractor, says no two barns he builds are alike

Inside of the Rodrock Quarter Horse Barn



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artists Regardless of the medium used, each of these artists has touched the universe in some way and brought the Western way of life to many. written and photographed by Caroline Kaberline

Top Left: Nancy Richardson

Bottom Right: Dana Hassett

Left: Sandy and Bull spend many hours in their workroom. Right: An original creation by Bull Parker


wo work in silver, two work in oils, and yet another works in graphite — but whatever the medium used, all share a common bond: They are artists who specialize in the Western way of life, and all are members of the Kansas Quarter Horse Association. For Dave “Bull” Parker and his wife Sandy, it began with a fascination with silver Mexican-style bits. “I had always collected a few old bits and really liked the old Mexican B. C. and E. Garcia bits that had a lot of silver on them,” Bull said. “When we opened a store, this was a way that I could find more of them.” What began as store that sold bits and blankets only, rapidly coalesced into a full line tack store and then finally turned to a store that specialized in just bits and spurs. “Anybody can sell tack,” Bull said. “Not everyone can make something.” “Bull had been an ironworker all his life and had been making stuff for his buddies,” Sandy said, “and we had been buying handmade bits for years. He was fortunate enough that Jerry Cates, one of the most famous bit and spur makers there is, really took a liking to us and started showing Bull how to do some things.” Sandy said that from there Don Rogers, another bit maker, also helped Bull. “From what they showed us and what we figured out, we went from there to here. In the meantime, we’d developed some of our own techniques and were able to go back to them and share some stuff.” From those beginnings the business has grown, and now their handmade bits and spurs can be found all over the country with most of their work in demand by people who use horses for a living. In addition to the custom bits and spurs, the Parkers also make belt buckles and saddle hardware, and Sandy has started a custom line of silver jewelry. Both are proud of “making stuff for people who use it every day and appreciate it.” While the Parkers use silver as their main medium, other KQHA artists, such as Nancy Richardson, use more traditional forms. Richardson of Olathe said she loved art in high school, even finishing most of her requirements at Hannibal High early so she could take as many art classes as possible. However, she said she quickly realized that she needed “a real job to survive.” Because of that, art “pretty much went by the wayside” until last November when she began to take classes with noted Kansas City artist and illustrator Lee Hammond. “I consider myself just a budding artist,” Richardson said. “Many of the people I do art with do commissioned work and have won



many awards in the art community.” Despite this, Richardson’s work is rapidly gaining attention in the equine world since horses tend to be her favorite subjects. “I always have something in mind involving horses, even when I am working on flowers or people,” she said. “I work off pictures, and I like doing candid moments, not posed ones.” Richardson said that although she used to like using water colors she hasn’t ventured back to that medium yet. Instead she prefers to work with graphite (pencil). “It is for me the easiest,” she explained. “You only have one color to work with—lead grey. It is much harder to get colors right in a color type medium.” While she may prefer graphite, she says she “loves the look of colored pencils” and has been doing some work in that area. “Again it is much harder and a project takes a lot longer to complete.” While Nancy Richardson prefers graphite as a medium, both Nancy Whitaker of Valley Center and Dana Hassett of Auburn prefer using oils. In addition, both specialize in landscapes and western scenes. Whitaker, who says she has no formal training but went to workshops “with Matt Smith, Dan Gerhartz, Mark Flickinger, Tom Lockhart, and Kim English” and “practiced a lot,” has been painting full time since her retirement as a nurse anesthesiologist about six years ago. “I used to try to draw when I was young, but couldn’t,” Whitaker says, then adds with a chuckle, “I still can’t, but I like to paint.” While Whitaker has tried acrylics, she says she didn’t like them. “They dry instantly. I like the wet on wet technique.” She adds that she has used some water colors, but likes the feel of oil. “It can cover anything.” Whitaker, who has had many showings of her work in the Wichita and Salina areas as well as Southwind Gallery in Topeka, also has taken part in the KU alumni project which sponsored a “paint out” on the university’s campus in May; the paintings done for this will be offered for sale this fall. Among the buildings she painted were Allen Field House, Strong Hall, and Watkins Library. “My family is very supportive of my art,” Whitaker says, adding that her husband Jim “has a good eye, but is very diplomatic — which is good if you’re married.” For Whitaker art is more than just a hobby. “It is a full-time passion. Everything I see, I picture in a painting. I feel fortunate to be able to spend my hours doing what I love.” Visitors to Dana Hassett’s art studio in the old Dover High School can see that she also is doing what she loves: painting scenes that show “the magic of the prairies and the simple pleasures of ranch life.”

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Hassett, who graduated from KU with a degree in design and is best known for her paintings of the tall grass prairie, said she’s always done some art but only has been painting seriously for the past ten years. “I’ve always sketched and drawn and been interested in the visual arts. It’s gone more full time in the last year. I did it more spasmodically before that.” Describing herself as an impressionist—“which means I lay down lots of color, so it’s really kind of a color splash, especially with the outdoor pieces,” Hassett says that her smaller pieces usually are done on location. “They’re very loosely done and have to be done in a very short amount of time because the light changes.” That short time may be as little as two hours from start to finish. Her larger works start with lots of photographs which she brings back to the studio, edits, and does a design. Once the preliminary work is done, Hassett says she has to “form a feeling” which may take as little as two or three days or as long as a month. “I have to sit down and ask ‘how do you want to say this’ and that’s where you go from there.” Even though some of her works are completed in the studio, it’s the outdoors that she really loves. “There’s nothing like going out and standing on location at the top of the hill with a painting, particularly if you’re an outdoorsman. You hike in, you have your lunch, you set up, and you have the sights and smells. There’s nothing like that feeling. It’s like touching the soul of the universe.” Regardless of the medium used, each of these artists has touched the universe in some way and brought the Western way of life to many.

Nancy Whitaker

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Ticket to the big time written by Sherri Tearney photography by K.C. Montgomery


e should call him “Ticket” because he’s our ticket to the big time!” That’s what J.D. Holland told his dad, Jim, when he first saw their new stallion With All Probability. Jim and Michele Holland’s son couldn’t have predicted it any better — the 1997 bay stallion turned out to be incredibly talented and beautiful. Five years after the Hollands along with partner/trainer Brad Lund purchased Ticket, the successful partners arrived in a big way, winning the Sooner Superhorse title at the 2005 AQHA World Championship Show in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. Ticket and Lund had pursued the title for three years and thought 2005 would be just another contender year when they missed making the senior tiedown roping and senior working cowhorse finals. The team did score a 226 to win the AQHA World Championship in senior heading. A Reserve World Championship in senior heeling, ridden by PRCA heeler and good friend Kory Koontz, with Brad heading, put Ticket in the lead of the Superhorse race with 36 points. No other horse was able to catch them, and With All Probability became the first horse from Kansas to win AQHA’s most prestigious award. Referring to the stallion as a contender is a bit misleading because Ticket already had an impressive list of accomplishments that most horsemen only dream about in fairy tales. With All Probability is an AQHA Champion and is the highest point-earning stallion in AQHA history, earning 1889.5 points and lifetime earnings of $97,000. He also earned the 2002 AQHA High Point All Around Junior Horse award and repeated the title in 2004 as the AQHA High Point All Around Senior Horse. Bred by Lazy E Ranch in Guthrie, Oklahoma, his sire is Taris Catalyst and his dam is the great mare Jack E Eleven. Ticket was an embryo transfer colt because the Lazy E was campaigning Jack E Eleven to an impressive record of 826 lifetime points. Ticket began his show career competing in the National Reined Cow Horse and National Reining Horse futurities with less than impressive results.

He was turned out until he was sent to the Lunds to be tunedup and sold. After a few rides Brad knew he was the great one everyone dreams of owning. He called his new customer Jim and jokingly said, “Holland, I bought you a horse!” The partnership began then and there. Brad and Amy Lund have trained and shown Ticket his entire career. When they moved to LaCygne 15-years ago, Amy was busy with youth and amateur all around horses. After having their son Garrett, now eight, Amy scaled down her training business and currently operates “The Swimming Hole.” She swims 12-15 horses daily at her equine aqua therapy program, including Ticket. Amy also is responsible for maintaining the stallion’s fabulous three-foot mane and tail that is big enough for two horses. Several members of the Holland family share a passion for AQHA World titles. J.D. is the 2007 AQHYA World Champion header. Daughters Jaime and Meredith are both champion barrel racers. Meredith raced her way into the top five at the All American Quarter Horse Congress and was the K-State Rodeo Queen. Jamie is a North Texas State Barrel Racing champ, and she and husband Dennis Young now own and operate Y Bar H Outpost Purina Feed and Tack store in Olathe. And Michele is the champion cheerleader for all the competitors! The results of the Lund-Holland partnership couldn’t be more exciting with Ticket’s offspring performing like chips off the ol’ block. He already has sired two AQHA World Champions from his first colt crop. In 2006, Ticket to Starfire, shown by Brad, won the AQHA World Championship in junior heading. In 2007, Right Probably Knot, owned by Jim and Michele, earned the AQHA World Champion Junior Heading title and is currently being shown by J.D. and Jim. And Ticket? As everyone watches his foals make history, he enjoys the good life the “big-time” brings. He’s turned out to graze and swims several days each week. But his favorite pastime is sharing cinnamon rolls with Amy.

Kansas Super Horse has champion roots

Garth and Amanda Gardiner have been carefully choosing royally-bred mares and then showing them to impressive show records written by Sherri Tearny


photography by K.C. Mongomery

shland, Kansas is home for Garth and Amanda Gardiner and their three children - Grayson, Gage and Grace. It is also headquarters for Gardiner Quarter Horses and Gardiner Angus Ranch. The Gardiner Ranch has been in existence for over 100 years when Garth’s grandfather, Ralph, homesteaded 160 acres. It has grown to its current 21,000 acres. The operation is run by Garth’s parents, Garth and his two brothers. They hold an annual world class sale of Angus bulls and cows that draw dedicated breeders from over 20 states. The Gardiner brothers do all the breeding work, including artificial insemination and prep work for the embryo transfers. But the world class breeding doesn’t stop with the Angus business. Garth and Amanda have been carefully choosing royally-bred mares and then showing them to impressive show records. They have purchased mares by or bred to an impressive array of stallions, including Shining Spark, With All Probability, Nick It in the Bud, and Lenas Wright On. Their goal is to raise and market world class, cow-bred horses for cowhorse and roping events. The goal was realized when Shiners Diamond Jill won the 2007 AQHA World Championship Superhorse title, as well as the 2007 AQHA High Point Senior Heading and Heeling horse titles. Trained



and shown by Brad Lund, LaCygne, Kansas, she competed in senior heading (3rd place), senior heeling (4th place), working cowhorse (10th place) and performance halter mares (12th place). Garth also showed her to a 10th place finish in Amateur Heeling. Jill has an incredible pedigree behind her. Bred by Carol Rose, she is by the legendary Shining Spark. He is an AQHA World Champion, the NRCHA number one all-time leading sire and million dollar sire, and NRHA two-million dollar sire. His dam, Diamonds Sparkle, was also an AQHA Superhorse and is in the AQHA Hall of Fame. Jill’s dam, Zans Diamond Jackie, also was bred by Carol Rose and has an exceptional record earning over $23,000 in NRHA competition and 210 AQHA points. Her get have earned over $150,000 and nearly 1,000 AQHA points. Jill is the dam of one foal, Diamonds with Style, by Playin Stylish, currently shown by Lund, and winner of the NRCHA Limited Open Stakes Reserve Championship. This year, Jill was bred/embryotransplanted to another Kansas Superhorse, With All Probability (2005AQHA Superhorse), Nic It In The Bud, and Lenas Wright On. Maybe one of these resulting foals will be a future show horse for the Gardiner children. Coach Amanda is on the road with her team, competing in Little Britches Rodeos.

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Kansas Wins

National Titles Kansas is home to many famous horse men, women and a multitude of horses. Most recently, KQHA congratulates:

Shiners Diamond Jill 2007 AQHA High Point Honor Roll: Heading, Heeling and Cowhorse 2007 AQHA World Champion Superhorse Owners: Garth & Amanda Gardiner Shown by: Brad Lund

Ashland, KS LaCygne, KS

Billy Pine Bar 2007 AQHA High Point Honor Roll EWD Trail Horse 2007 AQHA High Point Honor Roll EWD Horsemanship (tie) Shown by Kevin Feather Owned by Horses of Hope Therapeutic Riding Donated by Betty Murfin

Sarcoxie, MO Baxter Springs, KS Wichita, KS

A Sociable M Guynatt 2007 AQHA High Point Honor Roll EWD Horsemanship (tie) Owned by Rosewood Ranch Equestrians with Disabilities Donated by Kristy Stallcup Great Bend, KS Right Probably Knot 2007 AQHA World Champion Junior Heading Owned by Jim & Michele Holland Bucyrus, KS Shown by Brad Lund LaCygne, KS A Certain Vino 2007 AQHA World Champion Junior Western Pleasure 2007 All American Quarter Horse Congress Western Pleasure Champion Owned by Lee Reeves Garden City, KS Shown by Karen Hornick Jamestown, OH Not Kiddin Me 2007 AQHA World Champion 3-Year Old Stallion Owned by John & Barbara Hoffer Shown by Ross Roark

Topeka, KS Monahans, TX

Pac Rat jack 2007 AQHYA World Champion Heeling Owned by Jim & Michele Holland Shown by JD Holland

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Bucyrus, KS Bucyrus, KS

KQHA Kounts

Sponsored by Logan Western Supply 118 East 61st North • Kechi, KS 67067 • email:

2009 Kansas Quarter Horse Association

This exciting new program is designed to offer incentive for those prospective KQHA and KQHYA members wanting to become familiar with our association. You may count points from your local open shows, circuit shows, KBHA, and KRHA events. Points will be kept for those individuals nominated to the KQHA Kounts programs when they show in Kansas. Double points will be offered for special classes held during KQHA run Quarter Horse shows. This program is open to all ages and all breeds! AQHA approved classes will not count in this program. Awards will be presented at the KQHA banquet held in January with high point awards given to each of the three age divisions:

Kansas Kounts Nomination Form Your Name: Street Address: City:

General Guidelines • $10 per person nomination fee • Points are kept with the person, not the horse • Must be a KQHA or KQHYA member to enroll • Point accumulation for 2008 starts April 1 and ends November 1 Points will be kept in the following class groups: • Halter, Showmanship At Halter, Western Pleasure, Horsemanship • Trail, Reining, Hunt Seat Equitation, Hunter Under Saddle • Walk-Trot, Lead Line, Equestrians With Disabilities, Barrels, Poles, Dressage Ten points are possible for a first place finish if ten or more entries are in your class with sixth place receiving five points. In a class of six, first place receives six points and sixth place receives 1 point. Three age groups will be offered within each of the class groups (age as of Jan 1, of current year)-13 & under, 14 – 18 and 19 & over.



Email: Are you a KQHA or KQHYA member? I am not a member and want to join. KQHA/KAQHA $40 or KQHYA $20 Circle age division:

13 & under

14 – 18


Enclose a check for $10 made payable to KQHA and send to: Peggy Pickford 6707 Aylesbury Lane, Topeka, KS 66610 Email:

Shelly & Mycah

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Marlene, Savanna & Diana

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Mothers, Daughters and the horses that bind them written by Diana Friend and Marlene Putnam


photo by Edye Wright

hat is it about mothers, daughters and horses? Is it that most of today’s horse show moms were horse-loving girls who passed their horse-loving genes to their daughters? Or are horses a special bond that brings these women together, making mothers and daughters the best of friends? In Kansas, we have the good fortune of witnessing two and often three generations of women sharing time together showing their horses. These dynamic duos and trios love—and sometimes hate—each another, yet they always look to another for support inside and outside the ring. Horses are a team sport with everyone playing a role—but when mothers and daughters are on the same team they enjoy an almost telepathic communication. From the sidelines, Mom’s eyes signal to her daughter in the arena, triggering a crucial change in the performance. Or sometimes, the mom or grandma shows the horse with unspoken, yet vital, support from the younger generation. Show teams unload and set up for competition as if they were conducting a small-scale invasion. The amount of equipment and coordination that it takes to bring a horse into the arena would boggle the mind of a novice. Good thing Mom is right at hand, driving the coach, grooming the horse (and girl) and bankrolling the unexpected, emergency expenses. The show mom is part counselor and part coach. She resolves her girl’s frustrations when no one else can understand. She knows how to fix hair, choose and sew outfits, ready the horse, get the patterns, put on the chaps, and do about a dozen other chores—all without being told or asked. After all, she was once a young girl herself, showing her horse with a supportive mom by her side. The role of “show mom” isn’t a bad rap at a horse show. It’s a badge of honor, often emblazoned on a shirt and worn with much pride. It’s a ticket to camaraderie, greater love and a priceless bond. It’s priceless time spent together between a mother, a daughter and their horse. Above: Cindy & Mikaela



Maggie, Nancy, Betty & Mariah photo by Edye Wright

Jeanne, Barbara & Paris

photo by Diana Friend

Rachel & Sherri

photo by Diana Friend

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Duane Walker & Jackie Bee Achieve AQHA Hall of Fame written by Diana Friend


t seemed like a natural question to start the interview with longtime Kansas Quarter Horse Association member Duane Walker when asked to talk about his induction into the American Quarter Horse Association Hall of Fame—what is it like to become a legend in your own time? “It means it pays to ride a good horse, and I rode him right into the Hall,” says Duane Walker, referring to his co-inductee, 1962 grey stallion, Jackie Bee. “And the best thing about the whole thing is to go in (to the AQHA Hall of Fame) with him.” Duane and Jo Walker are the owners of Tee Jay Quarter Horses in Canton, Kansas. The Walkers are just a few years away from celebrating 50 consecutive years of breeding and raising the American Quarter Horse. At the 2008 American Quarter Horse Association convention in San Francisco, California, the Walkers and their horse received the highest recognition possible. Both the owner/breeder and horse were inducted into the AQHA Hall of Fame at the same time. Nearly 30 Walker family members and close friends watched Duane accept the honors during the official ceremony at the AQHA Museum in Amarillo, Texas. “It was wonderful and really very nice and planned to a T,” says Jo Walker, wife, partner and number one fan of her husband and his horse. “We just wanted everyone who wanted to come, to be there. All of our kids and grandchildren were able to come, except for Tim’s family.” Duane and Jackie Bee are recognized as the first owner/horse duo to be inducted into the AQHA Hall of Fame. Duane grew up with horses and founded Tee Jay Ranch in 1964 when oldest son Tim needed a horse for 4-H. (Trivia question: what do the “T” and “J” stand for? See answer on the bottom of page 43). Three years later, Walker purchased the grey stallion that was destined to create a place in history for both of them. “We have had the pleasure of owning some fine horses,” Duane explains. “But Jackie Bee was popular. He was always calm, gentle and loved people. He’d come right up to the fence and my grandson could slide onto his back and ride him around the pen. You don’t see a lot of stallions that you trust to do that. He never let me down. He loved it (the attention). He ate it up.” Jackie Bee, who was sired by Jimmy Mac Bee and out of Jackie

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Diane, was never shown. But he became the sire of 1,009 registered foals, 198 point earners (7,881 total points), seven open AQHA Champions and nine youth AQHA Champions. For two decades beginning in the 1970s, Jackie Bee foals dominated the halter and performance ring including super stars Tee Jay Janie, Tee Jay O’Hara Miss, Jay Kay Billy Jack and Tee Jay Jackie. For many years Jackie Bee and Walker were on the AQHA leading breeder of halter horses list, including two Honor Roll Halter horses titles. “Jackie Bee’s strength has been with his daughters—but he has also produced stallions that I like,” Duane reflected. “And now, our foals are from the mares I started with seven generations ago!” During this time, the best way to own a Tee Jay Quarter Horse bred horse was to attend the annual production sale held at the ranch in Canton. Duane and Jo observe that the horse business is about relationships, and people would return year after year to the Tee Jay Quarter Horse sale. “Good people and good livestock just come together,” Duane explains. “There are people who told us they marked their calendars for the next year’s sale. They also still tell us they miss not having it on their calendar these days.” Duane believes in relationships and is a Kansas Quarter Horse Association Lifetime Director which has included two terms as president of the organization. During his tenure KQHA initiated the Kansas Quarter Horse Futurity, with breeders nominating their foals before birth and paying sustaining entry payments to show them as foals through their pleasure competition as twoyear olds. He has also represented his state as an AQHA Director for 30 years, serving on many committees that determine the direction of the world’s largest single-breed horse association. There is a an opportunity to own a bit a history with sixteen Tee Jay colts foaled in 2008. Duane and Jo still look forward to seeing each crop arrive with the enthusiasm of and admiration of what their breeding program still represents. Even though his status may be legendary, Duane still experiences the same anxiety any breeder does with the arrival of a new colt crop. “I hope it’s a good one—at least I hope I can find someone to buy them.” Upper right: Legendary stallion Jackie Bee Upper Right: The first duo induction of a breeder and his horse AQHA president Frank Merrill presents plaques to Duane and Jo Walker Below: Duane Walker accepts his award



Voge Legacy Through Wildcat

Judging Team Success written by Michlynn Rose

photography by Edye Wright

Julie Voge (second from the left) coached many champion teams during her tenure at KSU and KQHA.


have gotten involved with probably close to 85-90 great kids who all have a very successful outlook on life. That’s the important part of it for me,” says K-State Horse Judging Coach Julie Voge. Voge has stepped down as coach to follow her husband to Texas and two of Voge’s former Wildcat Judgers have replaced her. Teresa Slough is the faculty coach and judged on the 1998 team, and she was the assistant coach for the 1999 and 2000 teams. Kindra Gradert has taken the reins as the graduate student coach and competed on the 2007 AQHA World Champion team. Gradert helped with the 2008 team and found success right out of the shoot. “I experienced more than I set out for this spring,” said Gradert. “Being a mentor has always been something I am passionate about, but at this level it brings so many more rewards. I have had the opportunity to work closely with two of my closet friends and role models, Julie Voge and Kayla Lee, learned from six extremely smart talented students and look forward to walking alongside Teresa Slough.” Voge said the 2008 team started off really well. The team won the Middle Tennessee State University Spring Contest, was second at the NACTA contest and was fourth at the American Paint Horse Association Intercollegiate Spring Sweepstakes. She said the APHA contest was the largest contest that the team attended with 26 college teams and 150 students competing. “Many of them on the team are kind of just getting started serious in the horse judging. They’ve been around horses and some judging but maybe not to the level that they are involved with it now,” Voge said. “Kindra has done a great job with them. And they have a really good start, and they are set up to have a successful fall.” Team members for the 2008 team are Lance Schmidt, Jackie Johnson, Anna Gabriel, Amy Sents, Heath Hermes and Robert Enoch. Individually, Schmidt placed first overall at the APHA contest,



was second overall at the MTSU contest, and earned an eighth place overall finish at the NACTA contest. Gabriel helped the team out with a first place overall finish at the NACTA contest and a third overall at MTSU. Sents competed well at the NACTA contest finishing fifth place overall, and Johnson was ninth overall at the APHA contest. The 2008 team has big shoes to fill after the 2007 team judged consistently throughout the season and finished with the top prize. “I felt pretty darn happy,” Coach Voge said. “They ended up world champions at the end of the season. That is kind of the big important one if you will. They won the spring APHA contest in Forth Worth and were champions at Morgan Nationals.” Members of the team consisted of Gradert, Kayla Lee, Rachel Sherck, Heather Frisch, Kaitlyn Crow, Kally Hood, Leo Becker, Billy Brown and Anna Pesta. With Voge in Texas, K-State Horse Judging coaches Slough and Gradert have a legacy to fulfill. Voge stacked up a record of coaching many teams to winning every major horse judging contest in which KState competed. Her teams have won the All American Quarter Horse Congress, American Quarter Horse Association World Show, National Reining Horse Association, National Western and the National Morgan Horse contests just to name a few. Despite this, Voge said it’s not the wining that matters but the people you meet along the way. Gradert could not agree more. She said her experience at K-State has been overwhelming because it is among one of the best universities. She said she has used hard work and dedication to be named a world champion. However, she credits her coaches, Voge and Aaron Callahan from Black Hawk College, to getting her where she is today. “Learning is best done by observing,” she said. “I have had the amazing opportunity to work under two of the most successful coaches in two of the best recognized programs.”

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Wildcat Equestrian Team written by Michlynn Rose


photography by Edye Wright

08-09 ksu Equestrian Schedule

niversities and colleges across the country need to be careful when the Wildcat Equestrian Team comes to town. The Kansas State University Equestrian Team slid into the top five at the NCCA Varsity National Championships in 2008, with the western squad placing third. “We lost only one senior from the previous season’s national western squad,” observed Casie Williamson, Head Western Coach. “It is exciting because the team is well seasoned and has lots of experience.” Another achievement for Wildcat team members Morgan Campbell and Alicia Zimbleman was their selection to compete at the National Reining Horse Association Derby. Margan was one of the top four varsity equestrian reining riders while Alicia served as a second alternate. “I think it is outstanding,” Williamson noted. “Judges from nationals choose riders, and all four of our riders were on the list. Morgan has been the backbone to the squad, and I am expecting more from her next year. Alicia has done well her freshman year, and I will be expecting no less from her.” For her efforts Zimbleman was named the K-State Equestrian Team’s most outstanding western freshman rider 2007-2008. Zimbleman joins former Kansas Quarter Horse Youth Association alumni as outstanding team competitors. Team Captain Lindsey Salsbury, senior, was named the most outstanding senior western rider, and Julie Wolfert earned the most outstanding freshman English rider honor. Salsbury competed four years on the team and will become a student assistant next season. Throughout her time as a Wildcat student athlete, she was named captain her final year and received honors as most outstanding rider during her junior and senior years. She was named to the Big 12 Commissioner’s Academic Honor Roll for spring 2007. “The Equestrian Team has been the most amazing time I have ever had while in college,” Salsbury said. “I have made new and long lasting friendships, and it will be an experience I will never forget. I have grown from this team emotionally, physically, and mentally from everyone involved.” Advice doesn’t come cheap but a four-year rider who knows the ropes offered this to next years team. “Never take time on this team for granted. Every moment goes by so fast,” she said. “And always ride hard.” Sept. 19 Sept. 20 Oct. 3 Oct. 17 Nov. 1 Nov. 15 Nov. 21 Jan. 31 Feb. 7 Feb. 20 Feb. 21 Feb. 28 Mar. 13 Mar. 27-28 Apr. 16-18

University of South Carolina Columbia, SC University of Georgia Athens, GA Texas A&M University Manhattan, KS Baylor University Manhattan, KS 2 IHSA Hunt Seat Shows Manhattan, KS U of Tenn.-Martin & Delaware St. Manhattan, KS Oklahoma State Manhattan, KS New Mexico State Las Cruces, NM Oklahoma State Stillwater, OK Texas A&M University College Station, TX Baylor University Waco, TX 2 IHSA Western Shows Manhattan, KS Auburn University Manhattan, KS Central Championship Stillwater, OK Varsity Equestrian National Championship Waco, TX

Answer to Duane Walker question on page 39: The “T” and the “J” in Tee Jay Quarter Horses stand for son Tim and wife Jo.

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A Allen, Ray* 1231 N Sycamore Rd Milton, KS 67106 620-478-2495 Anderson, Dolly* 2818 Kelly Drive Manhattan, KS 66502 785-532-8801 B Bair, Dale/Dwight RT 1, Box 1 Canton, KS 67428 620-628-4893 Baldwin, Clyde/Joyce 5516 California Ave Topeka, KS 66605 785-862-2985 Ball, Don 403 Green St Princeton, KS 66078 785-937-4464 Bannon, Sally* 17179 SW Ohio St Douglas, KS 67039 316-775-1337 Barth, Nancy/Jim HCR 1 Box 240 Ashland, KS 67831-9620 580-735-2685 Baughman, Paulette* 865 Prairieview Trail Garden Center, KS 67846 620-276-7400 Baughman, Rex/Collette 1610 E Sunnydale Lakes Valley Center, KS 67147 316-755-2119 Bemis, Taylor/Sheryl 861 W HWY 40 Hays, KS 67601 785-726-3304 Bender, Donald/Patricia 312 W 3rd Ellsworth, KS 67439 785-472-3896



Berens, Angela RR 1, Box 414 St Francis, KS 67754 785-332-2088 Bigelow, Mandy* 1524 Carol Dr Edmond, OK 73003 405-341-0113 Billings, Marvin/Linda 2550 Road F Liberal, KS 67901 620-624-2117 Bird, Byron G Rt 1 Box 183 Liberal, KS 67901 620-624-5329 Blaes, Rebecca* 522 N Maple Cherryvale, KS 67335 620-336-3700 Bliss, Mrs. F.E. Box 198 Longton, KS 67352 620-642-6155 Bock, Riley* 2229 N Center Garden City, KS 67846 620-260-7449

Boxwell, Beth L* HC 2 Box 78-F Perryton, TX 79070-9629 Boyd, Bob/Sharron Kay 8888 SW 110th Augusta, KS 67010 316-775-5278 Branch, Fred/Jean Tantara Ranch 21581 SW Adams Rd Douglas, KS 67010 316-775-5278 Brehm, Debby* 10400 Yankee Hill Rd Lincoln, NE 68526 402-489-9594 Brown, Elmer/Shirley* 1663 Aspen Rd Bennington, KS 67422 785-488-3952 Bottger, Jeff 1867 N Bluff Rd Hubbard, NE 68741 712-898-5231 C Capponi, Michelle* 11925 W 132nd St Overland Park, KS 66213 913-558-1222

Bonebrake, Carol Ruth* 7213 15th Street Perry, KS 66073 785-246-3637

Carr, Steve/Nancy 1208 S. Lenox Drive Olathe, KS 66062-2239 913-782-4214

Bormann, Jennifer Minick * 3971 McDowell Creek Rd Manhattan, KS 66502 785-410-3129

Case Kelli* 1169 E 1750 Rd Lawrence, KS 66046-9282 785-312-9111

Boulware, Susan 418 E Road 140 Scott City, KS 67871 620-872-5632

Cates, Judy* 4537 Kentucky Rd Ottawa, KS 66067 785-255-4553

Bowlin, Toni* 20938 SW Indianola Rd Douglass, KS 67039 316-747-3251

Champagne, Chris/Carolyn* 573 N 1850 Rd Lawrence, KS 66049 785-887-3967 Champagne, Ginger* 9300 South 7 HWY Lenexa, KS 66227 913-764-7811 Chestnut, Mark/Marsha Box 364 Whitsboro, TX 76273 903-564-6687 Childs, Jay/Lisa 8500 W 116th Terr Overland Park, KS 66210 Christiansen, Gordan RR 2 Box 4 Durham, KS 67438 316-732-3320 Clark, Elizabeth/John Pankratz* 5624 E 181st Street Overbrook, KS 66524 785-665-7050 Clark, Phil* 8871 SW Lost Lake Rd Andover, KS 67002 Cline, Byron Rt 2 Box 182-A Valley Center, KS 67147 316-744-0961 Coad, Kendall* 26 Sandpiper Circle Wichita, KS 67230 316-733-8423 Cofer, CA/Joan 7400 N Broadway Wichita, KS 67219 316-755-0733 Cole, Craig/Rosanne 27042 AA Road Downs, KS 67437 785-454-6647

Chace, Tatjana “Tag” 1879 SW Andrew Rd Towanda, KS 67144 316-361-0676

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Collins, Larry/Judith* 12515 E 71st Street S Derby, KS 67037 316-776-2290

Demel, Lexi Nicole* 1151 N HWY 281 Hoisington, KS 67544 620-653-2698

F Fair, Warren* 811 Lena Salina, KS 67401 785-832-7347

Cox, Steve/Brenda* 2466 Oregon Rd Ottawa, KS 66067 785-242-7764

Diehl, Pam 410 NE 11th Abilene, KS 67410 785-263-3558

Foraker, Harlan/Karen 10415 S Willowlake Rd Burrton, KS 67020 316-796-0911

Craun, Tom/Gail* 15119 Leavenworth Rd Basehor, KS 66007 913-724-2744

Dietz, Christine* 18960 Mitchell Rd Russell, KS 67665 785-483-7444

Forshee, Tammy* 2170 N 60th Rd Jamestown, KS 66948 785-567-6039

Crone, Irvin 447 SW 40th Ave Great Bend, KS 67530 316-792-7768

Dreasher, James/Jana 22075 Bronc Rider Rd Eskridge KS 66423 785-449-2462

Fraser, Russel 8215 N West Rd Hesston, KS 67062 620-327-4838

Crosby, Vicky RR 1 Box 272 Osage City, KS 66523-9610 913-528-4546 Cunningham, Kim* 14602 Granada Leawood, KS 66224 913-851-1502 D Darby, Mark/Lisa* 1879 158th Ct Earlham, IA 50072 515-462-2992 Davies, Tom/Gail* 27180 W. 199th Gardner, KS 66030 913-709-4073 Davis, Ron/Vickie* 119 S 11th Sterling, KS 67579 620-278-3571 Davis, Malcom* RT 11 Box 534C Oklahoma City, OK 73170 Davis, Scott* 15608 S May Oklahoma City, OK 73170



Dymond, Ronald PO Box 78 Goddard, KS 67052 316-721-2881 E Edmonds, Steve 368 N 1250 Rd Berryton, KS 66409 785-887-6938 Elliott, Emily* 11465 HWY 39 Chanute, KS 67720 620-431-2284 Elliott, Barbara* 923 260th Avenue Hays, KS 67601 785-625-4440 Erickson, Carrol 6211 SW 85th St Auburn, KS 66402 785-256-2200 Esfeld, Tina 314 SW 50 Ave Great Bend, KS 67530 Evans, Loree Box 46 Lebo, KS 66856 620-256-6205 Evans, George Box 468 Lebo, KS 66856 620-256-6480

Francis, Nancy Olson 2413 Dove Terr Great Bend, KS 67530 316-792-7280 Friend, John/Diana 6431 122nd Street Ozawkie, KS 66070 785-945-3709 Friend, Savanna* 6431 122nd Street Ozawkie, KS 66070 785-945-3709 Fry, Anita* 1125 SW Wayne Topeka, KS 66604 785-233-7307 G Gardiner, Greg* HC 1 Box 288 Ashland, KS 67831 620-635-2932 Gardiner, Garth/Amanda HC 1 Box 379 Ashland, KS 67831 620-635-2361 Gardiner, Mark R RR 1 Box 379 Ashland, KS 67530 620-635-2760

Gilbert, Jennifer* 3200 SW 33rd Street Topeka, KS 66614 785-969-3974 Good, Sarah Box 443 Belton, MO 64012 816-331-0310 Goodwin, Don/Nancy 5773 N Berry Ave Kingman, KS 67016-8171 Graber, Dennis RR 1 Box 150 Moundridge, KS 67107 620-345-8291 Graber, Kendall 20712 S Valley Pride Rd Pretty Prairie, KS 67570 620-459-6894 Graber, Lila* Box 43 Canton, KS 67428 620-628-4766 Gratny, Mark/Linda 25616 183rd Street Leavenworth, KS 66048 913-351-1799 Green, Kathy* 8324 E Levitt Dr Wichita, KS 67207 316-651-5043 Gunn, Jane* 2031 NE Meriden Rd Topeka, KS 66608 H Hall, Aaron/Robin PO Box 285 Kechi, KS 67067-0285 316-320-7947 Haltom, Vicki/Randall 7107 N River Rd Kernersville, NC 27284 Hander, Jacque K* 2200 W 95th St. S Haysville, KS 67060 316-651-7424

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Hanes, Louanna 43825 W 131st Street S Bristow, OK 74010 Hanson, Kris PMB#2421228 Westloop Manhattan, KS 66502 785-223-1005 Harder, Elaine 9126 Skiddy Rd Junction City, KS 66441 785-238-2728 Harkness, Diane* 12363 S Boundary Rd Maple Hill, KS 66507 785-256-6596 Hassett, Denny/Dana PO Box 187 Auburn, KS 66402 316-726-5286 Hatch, Dennis* 1220 Sunrise Superior, NE 68978-2324 402-879-4948 Hay, Delana Dee* 3305 Thomas Rd Wellsville, KS 66092 Hayes, Patricia* 18513 I-70 Rd Russell, KS 67665 785-483-2043 Heath, Faye 8120 W Lyons Creek Rd Junction City, KS 66441 Hedrick, Jerry 120 Street of Dreams Loch Lloyd, MO 64012 816-322-6797 Henderson, Robin* 712 E 8th Scott City, KS 67871 620-872-5466 Hess, Terri* 2270 S Quail Hollow Dr Tucson, AZ 84710 402-438-9888 Hibodn, Kim/Nadine* 14665 S Constance Ct Olathe, KS 66062 913-484-1924

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Jackson, Cathy* 14135 W 54th St Shawnee, KS 66216 913-962-9509

Kirby, Dr. Rosemary 12731 Bradford Circle Wichita, KS 67206 316-686-8805

Higgs, Frank 3921 E 109th St N Valley Center, KS 67147 316-755-0521

Janssen, Scott 35300 W 95th Street DeSoto, KS 66018

Hinderliter, Craig/Katherine 2529 Ohio Rd Ottawa, KS 66067 785-242-5506

Jantz, Toni 20938 SW Indianola Rd Douglass, KS 67039 316-747-3251

Kitsmiller, Gayle* 1780 N. 1150 Road Lawrence, KS 66046 785-979-2637

Hinkson, Melinda* RT 1 Box 62 Matfield Green, KS 66862 620-253-3498

Jaye, Denny/Roberta* 2211 14th Ave Lindsborg, KS 67456 785-227-2905

Hissom, Patricia 14158 X Rd Meade, KS 67864 620-873-2608

James, David/Abby PO Box 83 Meridian, OK 73058 405-586-9250

Hodgson-VanEaton, Jenny* 1632 Dakota Rd Bennington, KS 67422 316-641-0899

James, Kathryn 4278 SW 100th St Augusta, KS 67010 316-775-0954

Hickman, Catherine* 15130 E. 29th St N Wichita, KS 67228 316-733-2020

Hoffer, John/Barbara* 4840 SW 69th St Auburn, KS 66402 785-862-3605 Holladay, Laurel* 1201 E 1750 Rd Lawrence, KS 66046 785-843-3349 Holland, Patricia* 525 Main St Suite B Russell, KS 67665 480-488-9545 Horton, Bill/Jennifer* 21955 H Ave Grundy Center, IA 50638 641-869-3733 Houghton, Jerry/Jeanne* 5230 S Greenwich Derby, KS 67037 316-788-9330 J Jackman, FC PO Box 218 Lawrence, KS 66044

K Kaberline, Carolyn* 2208 SW Hope St Topeka, KS 66614 785-272-3340 Kansas State University, Dept. of Animal Science, Weber Hall Manhattan, KS 66506 785-532-6131 Kendall, Angie/Kelly* 10915 W 37th N Wichita, KS 67205 316-773-3578 Kester, Dotty/Howard* 14390 118th Road Hoyt, KS 66440 785-986-6344 Kilian, JoAnn* 17670 Grant Rd Gorham, KS 67640 785-637-5245

Kohman, Teresa* PO Box 52 Syracuse, KS 67878 620-373-2627 Kowalsky, Michelle 333 SE 110th Ave Ellinwood, KS 67526 620-564-2756 L Lange, Russ/Pat 1231 E 101st St Ct N Valley Center KS 67147 316-755-3951 Langley, Judy 6818 E Blanchard Ave Hutchinson, KS 67501 620-662-7986 Lemburg, Amanda 3420 – 36th Rd Silver Creek NE 68663 308-773-2316 Lohrey, Cynthia* RR 1 Box 98 McCracken, KS 67556 785-394-2475 Love, Amy* PO Box 1957 Edmond, OK 73083-1957 405-844-1914 Lugar, Landon* 230 W 5th Fremont, NE 68026 Lugar, Lisa Kay* 14111 Parallel Basehor, KS 66007 913-724-2281 M Magana, Marcia* 14728 N 3987 Dr Dewey, OK 74029 918-534-1781 KQHA 


Mages, Mary* 6814 Bell Rd Shawnee KS 66217 913-485-2589

McCreary, Susie* 8060 SE US Highway 169 St Joseph, MO 64507 816-253-9494

Mages, Mickayla* 6814 Bell Rd Shawnee, KS 66217 913-485-2589

McKechnie, Ed/Kristy* 1124 N 250th St Arcadia, KS 66711-4112 620-638-4469

Marlett LE 900 Morris Ave A #11 Larned, KS 67901 Martin, Steve/Nancy* 4300 S Greenwich Rd Derby, KS 67037 316-687-2227 Martin, Jim/Rosemary 1025 Dalton Dr Wichita, KS 57207 316-684-9457 Massey, Bob/Debbie* RR 2 Box 58 Kingman, KS 67068 316-532-5545 Mayhan, K Susan* 12988 158th St Linwood, KS 66052 785-441-2276 Maurath, Sharon A* 503 Freeman Ave Oakley, KS 67748 785-672-3388 McAlexander, Stephanie 2440 S 45th Ter. Kansas City, KS 66106 913-302-0581 McAllister, Carol 1330 NW 10 Ave Hoisington, KS 67544 620-791-7711 McColm, Allen/Shelly 6968 SE 20th Street Baxter Springs, KS 66713 620-429-0390 McCormick, LD/Cheryl* 1266 80th Rd Yates Center, KS 66783 620-625-2204



McKown, Ron 1300 E 93rd North Valley Center, KS 67147 316-755-1077 Mellott, Jeff 153 Williamsburg Andover, KS 67002 316-734-0074 Meyer, Timothy/Janet PO Box 126 Sylvan Grove, KS 67481 785-526-7735 Middleton, Bruce/Julie* 3640 N Bluestem Dr Garden City, KS 67486 620-275-5907 Milch, Hayley* 1079 270th Ave Rozel, KS 67574 620-527-4258 / Miller, Mike* 3950 SW Wanamaker Topeka, KS 66610 785-478-3043 Miller, Sharon* 2005 SW 2nd St Topeka, KS 66606 785-357-6050 Mills, Cynthia 5003 N. Halstead St Hutchinson, KS 67502 620-669-0242 Moeder, Aaron J* Box 184 Rose Hill, KS 67133 316-776-2452

Moran, DeAnna* 1223 NE 150 Ave Claflin, KS 67625 620-587-2386 Morand, Wm PO Box 1184 Hutchinson, KS 66504 620-663-2567 Morgan, Jayna* 5765 Dolittle Garden City, KS 67846 620-276-4008 Morrison, Harold/Ernestine* 1605 N Ohio Salina, KS 67401 785-823-8565 Morton, Mindy* 4420 22nd Road Udall, KS 67146 316-782-3319 Moxley, Nancy* 15455 E. 13th Wichita, KS 67230 316-733-8855 Muench Judith* PO Box 16 Scott City, KS 67871 620-872-2268 Muench, Julie* PO Box 16 Scott City, KS 67871 620-872-2268 Munninghoff, Jean* 7815 Mallard Dr Peyton, CO 80831-8075 719-683-3218 Murray, Max 615 E 56th Ave Hutchinson, KS 67502 316-662-0417 Myerscough, Larry 1706 Anthony Ave Purcell, OK 73080 405-527-0834

N Nickel, Sarina* PO Box 512 Scott City, KS 67871 620-872-2268 Nigro, Tony 3320 Merriam Lane Kansas City, KS 66100 Nordmeyer, Jerold/Judy* 10817 SW 110th Augusta, KS 67010 316-655-9748 Nottingham, Braxton* 1274 N 650 Rd Lawrence, KS 66046 785-841-0936 Nottingham, Jeanne* 1274 N 650 Rd Lawrence, KS 66046 O Odle, Terry/Mary Lou 4415 N Sandy Ave Salina, KS 67401 785-825-2894 O’Donnell, Michael/Suzanne 20949 S Walmar Rd Bucyrus, KS 66013-9607 913-897-9687 Olsen, Helen 370 P Avenue Council Grove, KS 66846 620-767-5822 Olson, Libbie 5105 Telstar Ln Great Bend, KS 67530 620-796-9555 Oltjen, Martha/Larry* 1858 Raccoon Rd Robinson, KS 66532 785-544-6554 O’Neil, Stanton/Ann* 3440 E Country Club Rd Salina, KS 67401 785-827-7764

Montgomery, Larry/Sonja* 3216 Johnson Rd Cummings, KS 66016 785-886-3277

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Opat, Shannon* 5715 East 85th St North Valley Center, KS 67147 316-744-8174 P Packwood, Amara* 27703 – 187th St Leavenworth, KS 66048 913-651-7938

R Ramonda, DeAnn* 5436 SW Wanamaker Rd Topeka, KS 66610 785-608-5390 Rankin, Joseph/Joanna 1839 E 30th Ave N Oxford, KS 67119-0692 620-455-2546

Parker, Bull* 6245 SE 101st Berryton, KS 66409 785-836-3299

Ratliff, Roy/Iris* 125 Buckskin Kansas City, KS 66109 913-721-2723

Parker, Sandy Bryant* 6245 SE 101st Berryton, KS 66409 785-836-3299

Reed, Tom/Mary 510 W Magnolia Raymore, MO 67083 816-507-7486

Patterson, Duane/JoAnn 713 N 4th Hill City, KS 67642 Paulsen, Erin* 13685 Gardner Rd Olathe, KS 66601 913-856-6481 Pease, Anne 2212 N Wilson Rd Buhler, KS 67522 620-663-8208 Pickford, Peggy* 6707 Aylesbury Rd Topeka, KS 66610 785-478-9014 Powers, Debra* 4866 Willow Point Ct Wichita, KS 67220 316-744-3511 Pray, Paula 26095 Rockville Louisburg, KS 66053 913-837-4168 Putnam, Duane/Marlene* 13467 142nd Rd Hoyt, KS 66440 785-966-2214 Putnam, Darren/Jan* 2655 E Cleland Rd Cabot, AR 72023 501-517-8576

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Rees, Erin* 7949 SW 85th Auburn, KS 66402 785-256-2123 Rees, Katie* 7949 SW 85th Auburn KS 66402 785-256-2123 Richardson, Jim/Nancy* 22025 W 183 Olathe, KS 66062 913-592-2010 Roberts, Kale/Thorene 223 N Socora Wichita, KS 67212 Rodrock, Darol/Karen* 11450 W 207th Bucyrus, KS 66013 913-533-9980 Roenbaugh, J Byron 1111 Moca Ln Kinsley, KS 67547 620-659-2440 Roesch, Tami* 13546 E. 53rd NOrth Wichita, KS 67228 316-204-0904 Rofail, Dr. Amin/Nancy 10036 W 239 St Bucyrus, KS 66013 913-533-4419

Rose, John* RR 1 Box 126 Mullinville, KS 67109 620-548-2659 Rose, Michlynn* RR 1 Box 126 Mullinville, KS 67109 620-548-2654 Rose, Rita* Rt 1 Box 43 Cawker City, KS 67430 785-786-3291 Rowley, Betty PO Box 3573 Olathe, KS 66063 352-455-5200 Rowley, Kristie* PO Box 3573 Olathe, KS 66063 Rowley, Fred/Jean PO Box 246 Lebo, KS 66856 620-256-6732 Rowley, Brian T* PO Box 246 Lebo, KS 66856 620-256-6732 Runnion, Ellen Rt 3 Box 107 Phillipsburg, KS 67661 Russell, Karen 4510 E. 30th Hutchinson, KS 67501 620-665-7725 S Salsbury, Brenda* 8735 SW 4th Street Topeka, KS 66610 785-478-4279 Sanders, Kathleen 1635 S Willow Oak St Wichita, KS 67230 316-733-4006 Schmidt, Lee/Rose Marie* 4421 NW 94th St Topeka, KS 66618 785-246-4500

Schmitt, Tina 1205 Court Street Scott City, KS 67871 620-872-5776 Scott, Shelby* 5265 NW 20th Columbus, KS 66725 620-674-3370 Sharp, Bill/Lynda* 2137 SW 60th St El Dorado, KS 67042 316-321-4018 Sipult, SK 4446 N Arkansas Wichita, KS 67204 316-838-3244 Slough, Teresa 12380 Elm Slough Rd St. George, KS 66535 785-494-2557 Smith, Anne* 602 Lake Forest Bonner Springs, KS 66012 913-422-5923 Smith, Sarah K* Box 452 Kechi, KS 67067 316-841-0785 Smith, Gregory/Ann 602 Lake Forest Bonner Springs, KS 66012 Smittle, Sarah* 410 S Kanss Apt. B Columbus, KS 66725 620-429-2120 Snipes, Dan/Ruta* 1210 Road 15 York, NE 68467 402-362-7036 Sommers, Dana D* 216 W. Mike St Andover, KS 67002 316-425-3190



Sperry, Jr., L. Charles 6046 SE Adams Topeka, KS 66609 785-862-1317

Swanson, Michelle Kay* 1027 Country Rd 15 Wahoo, NE 68066 402-443-1040

W Wade, Gary G 12200 NW Skyview Kansas City, MO 64164 816-464-5666

Westfall, Paige 977 1600 Ave Abilene, KS 67410 785-479-5560

Speyer, April* 3501 S 154 E Wichita, KS 67232 316-133-2761

Swearingen Patricia* Box 781226 Wichita, KS 67278 316-733-9428

Wadley, Dane/Jennifer* 7303 E Harry Wichita, KS 67207 316-683-6290

Whitaker, James/Nancy* 10655 N Oliver Valley Center, KS 67147 316-744-3154

Spiller, Steve/Jan 1134 Overland Rd McPherson, KS 67460 620-241-2980 Stade Mark/Julie 12416 S Haven Rd Haven, KS 67543 316-465-3657 Standard, Christine* PO Box 91 Kismet, KS 67859 620-563-7841 Starks, Laura* 8309 Floyd Overland Park, KS 66212 913-642-2147 Stockwell, Melissa 90483 SW 80th Coats, KS 67028 316-672-9339 Streit, Jessica 6046 SE Adams Topeka, KS 66609 785-862-1317 Stinnett, Stephanie G.* PO Box 135 Great Bend, KS 67530 620-639-2454 Styles, Robin* 11033 Kansas Ave Edwardsville, KS 66111 913-422-5208 Summer, Karen* 6141 SW 85th Auburn, KS 66402 785-256-2769

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Wagner, Kurtis 1879 Frontier Rd McPherson, KS 67460 620-241-6112

White, Abigail Jo* 940 Edwardsville Dr Edwardsville, KS 66111 785-822-4855

Walker, Violet 1160 E 1550 Rd Lawrence, KS 66046-9271 785-843-5152

Widler, Lonald* 17314 Club View Dr Plattsmouth, NE 68048

Tenpenny, Judie* 4766 FM1129 Powell, TX 75153

Walker, Duane 1422 27th Ave Canton, KS 67428 620-628-4301

Wilson, Belinda* 11923 Noland Overland Park, KS 66213 913-206-6110

Thomas, Roger 2259 Comanche Rd Galva, KS 67443 316-345-8327

Walton, Gary G 5729 East 1st St Newton, KS 67114 316-283-1387

Thornburg, Ron/Annette* 105 SW Greenwood Ave Topeka, KS 66606 785-357-6569

Warta, James/Laura 1565 Ave I Ellsworth, KS 67439 785-472-3389

T Taylor, Judy 60462 SE 20th Street Pratt, KS 67124 620-672-6982 Tearney, Sherri 19001 Nall Stillwell, KS 66085 913-897-6151

Tomlinson, Bruce/Julie* RR 1 Box 25 Minneola, KS 67865 620-885-4713 Turner, Jo 3262 54th St Meriden, KS 66512 785-484-3033 V VanPetten, Jeff/Jackie* 4861 Detlor Rd Meriden, KS 66512 785-484-2351 Voge, Justin/Julie 7650 Flush Rd St. George, KS 66535 785-494-8643 Vosburgh, Kari Sue* 13009 Killenwood Dr Wichita, KS 67230 316-733-1211

Watkins, Lauren/Glenda 2130 N Strassburg St #9 Marion, KS 66861 Wegener, Bruce Rt 1 Box 118 Norton, KS 67654 785-877-2077 Weller, Brad/Sue 901 Maple Garden City, KS 67846 620-276-2905 Wenger, Leo/Peggy* 554 N 1800 Rd Lecompton, KS 66050-4108 785-887-6060 Wenger, Paula Lee* 1620 Alabama St Lawrence, KS 66050 785-887-6060

Wilson, John/Pam* 8964 W 250 Road Blue Mound, KS 66010 913-756-2665 Woolley, Leslie* PO Box 35371 Phoenix, AZ 85069 602-432-3444 Y Yates, Larry/Rosemary 26905 West 82nd Ave Sterling, KS 67579 620-278-3580 Z Zenor, Larry/Linda* 5008 W Red Rock Rd Hutchinson, KS 67501 620-662-4690 Zimbelman, Mark/Sue 2465 Road 22 St. Francis, KS 67756 785-332-2422 Zwick, Sandy* Rt. 2, 2145 Ave S Sterling, KS 67579 620-422-3447



B Luke Barnhart 10127 N West Rd Hesston KS 67062 620-327-2107 Margaret Baughman 865 Prairieview Trail Garden City KS 67846 620-276-7400 Catriona Baughman 865 Prairieview Trail Garden City KS 67846 620-276-7400 Shawn Baughman 865 Prairieview Trail Garden City KS 67846 620-276-7400

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Clark Cochran 1524 Carol Dr Edmond OK 73003 405-341-0163 Keaton Cole 5911 N Maize Rd Maize KS 67101 316-722-2680 Cassandra Collins 12515 E 71st Street S Derby KS 67037 316-776-2290 D Chelsea Dietz 18960 Mitchell Rd Russell KS 67665 785-483-7444

Berre Bert 1207 M5 Road Larned KS 67550 620-285-7777

F Amy Fruits 19565 S Moonlight Rd Gardner KS 66030 913-856-4360

Morgan Brehm 10400 Yankee Hill Rd Lincoln NE 68526 402-805-2600

Meredith Fry 1125 Wayne Topeka KS 66604 785-233-7307

Megan Butler 227 S. Ritter Rd Junction City KS 66441 785-238-7881

G Emma Goodman 26 Village Circle Drive Platte City MO 64079 816-330-3463

C Chelsea Capponi 11925 W 132nd St Overland Park KS 66213 913-558-1222 Collin Champagne 573 N 1850 Rd Lawrence KS 66049 785-887-3967 Caitlyn Champagne 573 N 1850 Rd Lawrence KS 66049 785-887-3967

Alex Graber 516 S Walnut St McPherson KS 67460 620-241-0585 Libby Graber 516 S Walnut St McPherson KS 67460 620-241-0585 H Alisha Henry 1414 Washington St. Emporia, KS 66801 620-342-5172

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J Elizabeth Jackson 14135 W 54th St Shawnee KS 66216 913-962-9509 K Jil Kate Kimball 2411 N. Grant Apt C Liberal KS 67901 620-629-5680 Lacey Kitsmiller 1780 N. 1150 Road Lawrence KS 66046 Evan Knapp 24470 Chase Rd Chanute KS 66720 620-431-6798 Chandry Kraft 1870 Road R Emporia KS 66801 620-343-2283 M Josie McCreary 8060 SE US Highway 169 St. Joseph MO 64507-7730 816-253-9494 Kaylee Mellott 153 Williamsburg Andover KS 67002 316-734-0074 Megan Metz 8615 Ash Lane Shawnee Mission KS 66207 913-649-8101 Mariah Moxley 15455 E. 13th Wichita KS 67230 316-733-8855 N Paris Nottingham 1274 N 650 Rd Lawrence KS 66046 785-841-0936

O Ashley O’Donnell 20949 S Walmer Rd Bucyrus KS 66013-9607 913-897-9687 P Megan Paulsen 13685 Gardner Rd Olathe KS 66061 913-856-6481 Shynia Peterman 408 South College Lyons KS 67554 620-257-3966 Bret Pilney, Jr 15509 Beverly Ct Overland Park KS 66223 913-685-3026 Lexi Nicole Potter 8931 SW Burch Rd Wakarusa KS 66546 785-836-2433 Macy Putnam 12404 Q Rd Hoyt KS 66440 785-986-6467 R Katherine Ralph 5003 N. Halstead St Hutchinson KS 67502 620-669-0242 Tony Pruitt 5436 SW Wanamake Rd Topeka KS 66610 785-608-5390 deramonda Darcy Reeve 2116 N Center St Garden City KS 67846 620-275-9506 Jordan Rehagen 13650 S Sycamore Olathe KS 66062 913-782-0034

Sydney Rehagen 13650 S Sycamore Olathe KS 66062 913-782-0034 Tristen Richardson 22025 W 183 Olathe KS 66062 913-592-2010

V Katie Valentine 234 N 6th Terr Louisburg KS 66053 913-244-3237

Kaliegh Rowley PO Box 3573 Olathe KS 66063 352-455-5200

Madison Vosburgh 13009 Killenwood Dr Wichita KS 67230 316-733-1211

S Sydney Scheckel 1677 Butler Road Richmond KS 66080 785-418-7413

W Shanda Walker RR 1 Box 32A Moscow KS 67952 620-428-6369

Karley Sechler 11385 SW 50th Towanda KS 67144 316-778-1118

Jordan White 19595 S Clearview Rd Spring Hill KS 66083-8537 913-592-3096

Kelsey Shepherd 7709 SW 27th Topeka KS 66614 785-478-4578 Taylor Shotkoski PO Box 520 Lexington NE 68850 308-324-4193 Ariel Smith 515 E 3rd Avenue St. John KS 67576 620-549-3395 Catlin Sullivan 3717 SW Kings Forest Rd Topeka KS 66610 785-478-9328 Linsey Swanson 1425 Sherwood Lane Salina KS 67401 785-823-8184

Jarek VanPetten 4861 Detlor Rd Meriden KS 66512 785-484-2351

Hillary Wiltz 123 S 12th Sabetha KS 66534 785-284-3740 Abby Wiens 6310 N. Yucca Rd Hutchinson KS 67502 620-665-6733 Z Chelsea Zillner 9737 Sunset Circle Lenexa KS 66220 913-268-4333 Alecia Zimbelman 2465 Road 22 St. Francis KS 67756 785-332-2422

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