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VOLUME 5

ISSUE 2

FEBRUARY 2012

t s a F Horse Resource Where Race Horse Speeds... Meet Barrel Horse Needs.

2012 Hoosier Horse Fair & Expo

Walk. Trot. Canter.

(whatever it takes to get you there)

Buck Brannaman

Official Publication or Voice of these organizations: Indiana

Keeping Barrel Horse World on the Truck Seat!

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QHRAI

IBRA’s

Official Publication!


Congratulations! The Quarter Horse Racing Association of Indiana would like to take a moment to congratulate the 2011 Indiana Downs, Hoosier Park & Indiana Breed Development Champions.

2011 INDIANA

2011 HOOSIER

DOWNS MEET

PARK MEET

Graphic Design By: Christa Conway @ The Horse Resource Photos by Shelley ©

High Point 2 Year Old Filly - Bye Bye Corona Owner/Michelle Collins -Trainer/Tom Mosley High Point 2 Year Old Colt/Gelding - HQH Burn Notice Owner/David Whitman - Trainer/Ron Raper High Point 3 Year Old Filly - Call On Linda Owner/Lynn Haffner & Debbie Smith - Trainer/Randy Haffner High Point 3 Year Old Colt/Gelding - Air Born Leader Owner/Randy Thompson - Trainer/Tom Mosley High Point 3 Year Old Colt/Gelding- Jessgonnafly Owner/Isabelle Guerrero - Trainer/Victor Gonzalez High Point Aged Mare - MC Dashn Lil Angel Owner/Jon and Carrie McGuire - Trainer/Dicky Benton High Point Aged Colt/Gelding - Havanna Gold Owner/Jane Lehman - Trainer/Dean Lehman Champion High Point 2 Year Old - HQH Burn Notice Owner/David Whitman - Trainer/Ron Raper Champion High Point 3 Year Old - Air Born Leader Owner/Randy Thompson - Trainer/Tom Mosley Champion High Point 3 Year Old - Jessgonnafly Owner/Isabelle Guerrero - Trainer/Victor Gonzalez Champion High Point Aged Horse - Havanna Gold Owner/Jane Lehman - Trainer/Dean Lehman Champion Trainer (by AQHA Points)- Ron Raper Champion Jockey ( by AQHA Points)- Victor Olivio Champion Breeder (by AQHA Points) - Randy Thompson Champion Owner (by AQHA Points)- Randy Thompson

2011 INDIANA BREED DEVELOPMENT AWARDS Horse of the Year - Lovemelikethat

Broodmare of the Year - Air Born Magic - Owned by Randy Thompson Sire of Year - Leader of the Class - Owned by Cleary Family Breeder of the Year - Circle S. Ranch, Inc. - Mari George Jockey of the Year – Julie Veltman Jockey of the Year - Victor Olivio Jockey of the Year - Shanley Jackson Trainer of the Year – Ron Raper

High Point 2 Year Old Filly - BPS Frisco Chick Owner/Bill Price - Trainer/Randy Haffner High Point 2 Year Old Colt/Gelding -Chilled Six Pack Owner/Raymond and Vickie Duke - Trainer/John McCreary High Point 2 Year Old Colt/Gelding - HQH Burn Notice Owner/David Whitman - Trainer/Ron Raper High Point 3 Year Old Filly - Lovemelikethat Owner/Cooter Daniel - Trainer/John McCreary High Point 3 Year Old Filly - Bitter Sweet Song Owner/Debbie Smith & Randy Haffner - Trainer/Randy Haffner High Point 3 Year Old Colt/Gelding - Air Born Leader Owner/Randy Thompson - Trainer/Tom Mosley High Point Aged Mare - Determinedly Owner/Michelle Collins - Trainer/Tom Mosley High Point Aged Colt/Gelding - Gypsy Effort Owner/Donna Garard - Trainer/Paul Martin Champion High Point 2 Year Old - BPS Frisco Chick Owner/Bill Price - Trainer/Randy Haffner Champion High Point 3 Year Old - Lovemelikethat Owner/Cooter Daniel - Trainer/John McCreary Champion High Point 3 Year Old - Bitter Sweet Song Owner/Debbie Smith and Randy Haffner - Trainer/Randy Haffner Champion High Point Aged Horse - Determinedly Owner/Michelle Collins - Trainer/Tom Mosley Champion Trainer (by AQHA Points) - Ron Raper Champion Jockey (by AQHA Points) - Harold Collins Champion Breeder (by AQHA Points) - Circle S Ranch Champion Owner (by AQHA Points)- Randy Thompson Champion 2 Year Old Colt - HQH Burn Notice Trainer Ron Raper, Owner David Whitman and Breeder Ron Haynes Champion 2 Year Old Filly - Shez So Rare Trainer John McCreary, Owner Dianne Bennett and Breeder Circle S Ranch, Inc. Champion 3 Year Old Colt - Air Born Leader Trainer Tom Mosley, Owner Randy Thompson and Breeder Randy Thompson Champion 3 Year Old Filly - Lovemelikethat Trainer John McCreary, Owner Cooter Daniel and Breeder Mark Michel Champion Aged Colt/Gelding - Gypsy Effort Trainer Paul Martin, Owner Donna Gerard and Breeder Donna Gerard Champion Aged Mare - Determinedly Trainer Tom Mosley, Owner Michelle Collins and Breeder Cleary Family


Congratulations, 2011 Champions! 2011 HORSE OF THE YEAR - Lovemelikethat 2011 Champion 2 Year Old Filly

2011 Champion 2 Year Old Colt/Gelding

Trained by John McCreary - Bred by Circle S Ranch

Trained by Ron Raper - Bred by Albert Wells

Shez So Rare - Owned by Dianne Bennett

Rapid Ivory- Owned by Bobby Byrd

2011 Champion 2 Year Old - Rapid Ivory 2011 Champion 3 Year Old Filly

2011 Champion 3 Year Old Colt/Gelding

Lovemelikethat- Owned by Cooter Daniels,

Air Born Leader- Owned by Randy Thompson

Trained by John McCreary - Bred by Mark Michel

Trained by Tom Mosley - Bred by Randy Thompson

2011 Champion 3 Year Old - Lovemelikethat 2011 Champion Aged Mare

2011 Champion Aged Colt/Gelding

Trained by Tom Mosley - Bred by Cleary Family

Trained by Gene Cox - Bred by Circle S Ranch

Graphic Design By: Christa Conway @ The Horse Resource Photos by Shelley Š

Determinedly- Owned by Michelle Collins

Eyes Got Hope- Owned by Gene Cox

2011 Champion Aged Horse - Eyes Got Hope 2011 Stallion of the Year Leader Of the Class - Owned by Cleary Family 2011 Broodmare of the Year First Smart Stride - Owned by Mark Michel 2011 Trainer of the Year Ron Raper 2011 Small Stable Trainer of the Year Randy Haffner

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2011 Jockey of the Year Harold Collins 2011 Owner of the Year Randy Thompson 2011 Breeder of the Year Circle S Ranch 2011 Horse of the Year Lovemelikethat


LETTER FROM THE EDITOR What a great winter we have had so far! If every year was like this I wouldn’t mind Indiana so much....we’ll see what February and March have in store. So far we have one baby on the ground. Of course, she came on the coldest day of the year. God’s creatures never cease to amaze me at their resilience. Gracie said God knew it was going to be cold, so he made sure the baby had her winter coat before she came out...how precious is that? I don’t think there is anything better for kids than living on a farm and being around livestock for a good dose of character and responsibility. Garrett loves to hear me tell him “it builds character” after I’ve given him a chore to do and he questions my direction. (Insert sarcasm here;) We’re busy getting ready for show season around here. Don’t forget to contact us to have your event included in the April issue! Deadline will be March 10th. It’s our biggest issue every year and the one people hang on to the most....so advertisers, you’ll want to be included as well. Until next month.........Check us out on facebook after you’ve came in from the barn, while you’re out there, don’t forget to count your blessings on horseback! God Bless and Ride Safe, Christa Conway

A Little “Barrel Talk” Here’s a portion of a Hot topic on Barrel Horse World’s Barrel Talk.....Enjoy!

A Worming Challenge - Calling DJG

SKM Posted 2012-01-22 2:15 PM (#6121320) Someone needs to invent a palatable wormer. Not a daily one, but one that comes in different chemicals like a paste but only in a top dress pelleted form that horses like. Our one mare is HORRIBLE to worm and I am tired of fighting with her. I’ve tried every trick in the book and it is still World War five to get her wormed. So that is my challenge to you, Douglas Gordon. Make a top dress wormer in different chemicals so that those of us with horses that have been ruined by worming can use it and not get our heads pawed off. CurlyQ Posted 2012-01-22 2:16 PM Location: Oklahoma Put a little molasses in with the wormer and food, mix. or make that in to a tube paste. eta, my hard to worm horse hated the idea of the tube being squirted in his mouth so i mixed it in his feed. kwanatha Posted 2012-01-22 2:18 PM Location: sunny california I fed a mare a saltine with peanut butter while she was gacking I slipped in the wormer SKM Posted 2012-01-22 2:22 PM Well anyone that wants to have a try and worming this one can be my guest. The lady that raised her twitched her to do EVERYTHING to. Thanks to that she is an absolute nightmare about you touching her nose, worming her or giving her shots. You seriously need to take a a Last Will and have your life insurance up to date if you do any of the above mentioned things. pinx05 Posted 2012-01-22 2:28 PM Location: Texas My broodmare is a nightmare to worm, if you even act like your hand might want to touch her mouth her head goes straight up. One day I fought and fought with her with a tube of wormer and she got maybe a quarter of what she was supposed to have by the time it was all said and done. I went to the feed store and they have like alfalfa pellets with wormer in them. Fed them to her and she is so dang picky she turned her nose to them and wouldn’t try them, but after she saw the other horses were getting fed and she wasn’t she wolfed it down with no problems. equussynergy Posted 2012-01-22 2:45 PM Location: Four Corners Colorado I hate twitching. I had a mare exactly like you are describing, if you

even tried to touch her mouth or nose she would fly backwards and sling her head. If you got her in a corner of a stall she would rear up and strike. Not her fault just what she had been taught. It took me about three weeks of daily work to get her over it. Started with just rubbing her with my hand up her neck then on her face, got her used to me hand in her mouth and playing with her lips. Repeated with a syringe then a full syringe of apple sauce. After that she was no problem to worm. But if you just rush up to her and stick one in her mouth I’m sure you would still have a problem. Can’t say doing that will work on every horse and not everyone has time to do that sort of thing. A tasty wormer would be easier. CYA Ranch Posted 2012-01-22 4:59 PM Location: South Dakota I have a mare that tries to kill you when she’s being wormed. I dread worming so bad when its her turn. I agree, DJG needs to come up with something that tastes like his Superiorbute. luvinrunnin Posted 2012-01-22 5:11 PM I think this is an EXCELLENT idea!!! Actually, I usually put the wormer in the feed and mix in molasses and they eat it. I do have a few picky ones that I syring it to though and I rub rub rub with the syringe in my hand, rub rub rub, stick my finger in the mouth, rub rub rub, finger and do that a bunch of times and then finally when they quit worrying about it stick the wormer in and push. Other idea is to give her syringes full of apple sauce or molasses or something like that every day until she looks forward to the syringe, and then for a day or so after. crossarrowk Posted 2012-01-22 5:46 PM Location: East River South Dakota This sounds silly, but.... I play a lot with colts letting them mouth their halter ropes. I let them take it in their mouth and then hold it in across their tounge like a bit and just play with it, letting them mouth away. Then when I want to worm them I just stick the tube in while their mouth is full of lead rope and pop it in back of the lead rope in their mouth. They are wormed before they ever had a clue. It works on older horses with issues really good too if they will play with their lead rope in their mouth like that. Seems to make it a fun thing rather than “me vs. them “ ordeal... Hope that makes sense and good luck! bobbyjosocks Posted 2012-01-22 9:02 PM Location: Bastrop, TX Don’t give her the chemicals.....just start her on Diatomaceous Earth on her feed. ladyelbert Posted 2012-01-23 9:13 AM Location: ARKANSAS I had a hard to worm gelding once that was also a fight to get wormer

in him....I bought one of the headstalls from valley vet that made worming easy with him....it is called a Grooma EZ wormer..item number is 29654...just go to www.valleyvet.com and type in the item number and the picture will pop up. hope this helps. Sarah_Leighann Posted 2012-01-23 9:15 AM Location: Elkview, WV I had to worm a bunch of TB’s that weren’t really fooled with. Couldn’t catch a good bit of them. I gave them about a 1/4 scoop of grain, added some bran and water to make soup and squirted the wormer in and mixed it up. One at a time, I had to let them in a stall to eat it. Got about 20 wormed this way PaintedPrincess Posted 2012-01-23 9:37 AM I had a colt that was bad with the wormer too, I took a syringe about the size of a dewormer tube and would fill it every day with apple sauce or mollasses and would squirt it in his mouth when he settled down. He eventually learned to love it. And when it was time to worm he would think it would be something yummy, take it no problem, and then storm off angry. he stopped being a baby about actually taking it. He used to rear and pull away. I also have seen someone use that headstall bit thing that someone else posted and the horse took it no problem but im not sure how the horse behaved without it. dme0324 Posted 2012-01-23 10:57 AM Location: West Tennessee Wonder if she’s related to ours -- or they came from the same place. ie: I know they didn’t / but it sure sounds familiar. I can certainly feel your pain and frustration. JRust Posted 2012-01-23 11:27 AM Location: Choctaw, Oklahoma I’ve used the safe guard pellets on my husbands horse before. But someone posted this video not too long ago http://www.getrotationright.com/Video.asp I will have to say I was terrified of deworming him. he is the type that lunges forward, goes wild eyed, snorts, and becomes completely uncontrollable and unpredictable. I started with a dewormer tube full of apple sauce. Tapped his shoulder and worked from there. it took 5 days of doing this before I could ever touch his face. but now I can deworm him in under a minute.

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Calendar of Events

As a benefit to our reader’s.....All advertised events are included FREE of charge! Email us at: thehorseresource@msn.com & REMEMBER- CALL BEFORE YOU HAUL!

February 2012

2/3-2/5 BB Productions Barrel Bash Brandon, MS Rankin County $5,000 Fut $5500 Open

2/4

Scottsville, Ky Branham Farms Kari Young 270-618-0556 Open, Youth and Masters approved. NBHA TN03

2/4 Bloomington IN Monroe County

Saddle Club Elwren Road IBRA High Point Saddle Series 2012 Added money

2/18-2/19 IBRA Super Show Cloverdale, IN C Bar C Arena Steve Jackson 765-720-3251 Open, Youth and Masters approved. 2/19

RTM Indoor Arena Aledo Contact: Melanie Ritter, Director 817 343 2698 email: NBHATexas19@aol. com All races are NBHA sanctioned unless specified with ** Mini-Church Service at our Sunday races Books open at 10am. Exhibitions at 11am and Race at 2pm.-more info at www. NBHATexas19.com

2/11 Taylorsville, Ky Red Barn Arena

2/25 Taylorsville, Ky Red Barn Arena Tammi Kennedy 502-477-1700 Open, Youth and Masters Approved.

2/11-

March 2012

Tammi Kennedy 502-477-1700 Open, Youth and Masters Approved.

Alexandria, IN - Tack Auction and Chili Dinner, Madison County 4H Ruff Ryders, Saturday at 6 PM at the Madison County 4H Fair Grounds Indoors, Heated, Restrooms. Tack provided by several suppliers. Saddle raffle and silent auction. Questions? David Mares 317-439-1413

2/12 Rendon Indoor Arena

Contact: Melanie Ritter, Director 817 343 2698 email: NBHATexas19@aol. com All races are NBHA sanctioned unless specified with ** Mini-Church Service at our Sunday races Books open at 10am. Exhibitions at 11am and Race at 2pm. info at www. NBHATexas19.com

2/12

Mid Winter IHSRA Meeting TBA

2/12 Cassopolis, MI- One-OnOne with Jacqueline Finn - by appointment Barrel Horse Clinics with Jacqueline Finn - $65/class http://www.mckinleysharmonyacres. com/barrelracingclinic.html 2/12

Portland, IN Broken K Arena Rich Bowman 419-852-4399 $100 added.

2/18-2/19

Cassopolis, MI McKinleys Harmony Acres Brenda McKinley 574-238-6564 (IBRA MI & IN 2/18) & (Fun Day 2/19) barrel racing flyer/link http://www. mckinleysharmonyacres.com/ barrelracing.html

2/18

Versailles, KY Hodge Arena Gene Hodge 859-873-7977 Open, Youth and Masters approved.

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Rendon Indoor Arena Contact: Melanie Ritter, Director 817 343 2698 email: NBHATexas19@aol. com All races are NBHA sanctioned unless specified with ** Mini-Church Service at our Sunday races Books open at 10am. Exhibitions at 11am and Race at 2pm.-more info at www. NBHATexas19.com

3/10

Taylorsville, Ky Red Barn Arena Tammi Kennedy 502-4771700 Open, Youth and Masters Approved.

3/10-3/11 IBRA Super Show Cloverdale, IN C Bar C Arena Steve Jackson 765-720-3251 Open, Youth and Masters approved. 3/11

Portland, IN Broken K Arena Rich Bowman 419-852-4399 $100 added.

3/11

Cassopolis, MI- One-OnOne with Jacqueline Finn - by appointment Barrel Horse Clinics with Jacqueline Finn - $65/class http://www.mckinleysharmonyacres. com/barrelracingclinic.html

3/16-3/18 BB Productions Barrel Bash Hutchinson, KS KS State Fairgrounds $5400 Open 3/17

Versailles, KY Hodge Arena Gene Hodge 859-873-7977 Open, Youth and Masters approved.

3/17-3/18 Cassopolis, MI McKinleys Harmony Acres Brenda McKinley 574-238-6564 Open Youth and Masters approved. Show Flier:

http://www.mckinleysharmonyacres. com/barrelracing.html (IBRA MI & IN 3/17) & (Fun Day 3/18) barrel racing flyer/link http://www. mckinleysharmonyacres.com/ barrelracing.html

3/23-3/25

BB Productions Barrel Bash Columbia, MO Boone Co Fairgrounds $5,500 Open

3/24

Bloomington IN Monroe County Saddle Club Elwren Road IBRA High Point Saddle Series 2012 Added money

3/29-4/1

Lewisburg, OH at Circle G Arena IBRA 3D Futurity & Preferred Show Estimated $125,000 in prize money. 18 IBRA Wild Cards, Non members welcome. $10,000 added futurity, $10,000 Guarnateed 4D and more. Visit www.ibra.us or call (502) 239-4000

3/31

IBRA KY Super Show Taylorsville, Ky Red Barn Arena Tammi Kennedy 502-477-1700 Open, Youth and Masters Approved.

Masters. Exhibitions from 9:00am - 10:00am, Futurity 1st go starts at 11:00am.

April 2012 4/1

Lightening Bar Covered Arena Stephenville Contact: Melanie Ritter, Director 817 343 2698 email: NBHATexas19@aol.com All races are NBHA sanctioned unless specified with ** Mini-Church Service at our Sunday races Books open at 10am. Exhibitions at 11am and Race at 2pm. -more info at www.NBHATexas19.com

4/6-4/8 BB Productions Barrel Bash Lincoln, NE Lancaster Event Center Bonus Race Finals

4/7

Scottsville, Ky Branham Farms Kari Young 270-618-0556 Open, Youth and Masters approved. NBHA TN03

4/7-4/8

IBRA Super Show Cloverdale, IN C Bar C Arena Steve Jackson 765-720-3251 Open, Youth and Masters approved.


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4/12-4/13 Liberty, KY High School Rodeo Visit www.IHSRAonline.org for more info

4/28

4/13-4/15 BB Productions Barrel Bash Jackson, OH Hendersons Arena $3500 Open

4/28 Bloomington IN Monroe County Saddle Club Elwren Road IBRA High Point Saddle Series 2012 Added money

4/14

Taylorsville, Ky Red Barn Arena Tammi Kennedy 502-4771700 Open, Youth and Masters Approved. Click Here for show flier.

4/15 Ash Creek Outdoor Arena

Versailles, KY Hodge Arena Gene Hodge 859-873-7977 Open, Youth and Masters approved.

May 2012

5/5 - Cassopolis, MI

Horse A Thon (Fundraiser - Trail Ride / Auction / Barrel Race to benefit Special Olympics) http://www.mckinleysharmonyacres. com/annualhorseathon.html

5/18-5/20 Union City, IN Union City Park Kelly Bricker 260-7031100 IBRA Open, Youth, & Masters approved.

6/9 Kouts, IN Navaho Saddle Club F.V. Gallagher 219-980-8455 IBRA Open, Youth, & Masters approved. $225 added.

5/19 Bloomington IN Monroe County Saddle Club Elwren Road IBRA High Point Saddle Series 2012 Added money

6/9-6/10

5/19

Versailles, KY Hodge Arena Gene Hodge 859-873-7977 Open, Youth and Masters approved.

Azle Contact: Melanie Ritter, Director 817 343 2698 email: NBHATexas19@aol. com All races are NBHA sanctioned unless specified with ** Mini-Church Service at our Sunday races Books open at 10am. Exhibitions at 11am and Race at 2pm. -more info at www. NBHATexas19.com

5/5-5/6

Marion, IN Grant County Fairgrounds Jenny Schamber 765517-1608 (State Rep - Kelly Bricker 260-703-1100 )

5/25-5/27 Hartford City, IN Blackford County 4-H Horse Arena Kelly Bricker 260-703-1100 IBRA Open, Youth, & Masters approved.

4/28

5/11-5/13

5/25-5/27 BB Productions Barrel Bash Carthage, MO Lucky J Arena $5500 Open

Versailles, KY Hodge Arena Gene Hodge 859-873-7977 Open, Youth and Masters approved.

4/26-4/28

Lexington, KY High School Rodeo Visit www. IHSRAonline.org for more info

4/13-4-15 Indianapolis, IN Hoosier Horse Fair at the Indiana State Fairgrounds, Trade Show, Demonstrations, Entertainment, Rodeo, etc. Visit www. indianahorsecouncil.org for more info 4/14

Taylorsville, Ky Red Barn Arena Tammi Kennedy 502-4771700 Open, Youth and Masters Approved. Click Here for show flier.

Bartonia, IN Three Bar J Arena Marcia Johnson 937-4592592 IBRA Open, Youth, & Masters approved. (State Rep - Kelly Bricker 260-703-1100 )

5/6

JCSP Cleburne Outdoor Arena Contact: Melanie Ritter, Director 817 343 2698 email: NBHATexas19@aol. com All races are NBHA sanctioned unless specified with ** Mini-Church Service at our Sunday races Books open at 10am. Exhibitions at 11am and Race at 2pm. -more info at www. NBHATexas19.com

5/12

Kouts, IN Navaho Saddle Club F.V. Gallagher 219-980-8455 IBRA Open, Youth, & Masters approved. $225 added.

4/20-4/22 Midwest Horse Fair Columbus WI Info Jill Schroeder 920-623-5515 jillschroeder@ midwesthorsefair.com

5/12

4/27-4/29 Bluffton, IN Wells Co. 4-H Fairgrounds Lisa Toliver 708224-7030 State Rep - Kelly Bricker 260-703-1100

5/18-5/20 BB Productions Barrel Bash Mason City, IA N Iowa Fairgrounds Tba

Taylorsville, Ky Red Barn Arena Tammi Kennedy 502-4771700 Open, Youth and Masters Approved.

5/25

IBRA Super show Taylorsville, Ky Red Barn Arena Tammi Kennedy

5/26

IBRA KY Super Show Taylorsville, Ky Red Barn Arena Tammi Kennedy 502-477-1700 Open, Youth and Masters Approved.

June 2012

6/2-6/3 Marion, IN Grant County Fairgrounds Jenny Schamber 765517-1608 IBRA Open, Youth, & Masters approved. (State Rep - Kelly Bricker 260-703-1100 ) 6/3

Rendon Indoor Arena Contact: Melanie Ritter, Director 817 343 2698 email: NBHATexas19@aol. com All races are NBHA sanctioned unless specified with ** Mini-Church Service at our Sunday races Books open at 10am. Exhibitions at 11am and Race at 2pm.-more info at www. NBHATexas19.com

6/8-6/10 Hartford City, IN Blackford County 4-H Horse Arena Jenny Creech 260-726-5939 IBRA Open, Youth, & Masters approved.

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Lebanon, IN High School Rodeo Visit www.IHSRAonline.org for more info

6/15-6/16 IHSRA State Finals Rodeo - Location TBA High School Rodeo Visit www.IHSRAonline.org for more info 6/15-6/17 BB Productions Barrel Bash Memphis, TN Agricenter $5500 Open $6000 Brif Bonus 6/15-6/17

Portland, IN Jay County Fairgrounds Kelly Bricker 260-7031100 IBRA Open, Youth, & Masters approved. Starts at 11:00am.

6/16

Valparaiso, IN Midwestern Saddle & Bridle Assn Melissa Boatright 219-916-5969 IBRA Open, Youth, & Masters approved. $250 added. Starts at 3:00pm.

6/16 Bloomington IN Monroe County Saddle Club Elwren Road IBRA High Point Saddle Series 2012 Added money 6/17

Kouts, IN Navaho Saddle Club F.V. Gallagher 219-980-8455 IBRA Open, Youth, & Masters approved. $225 added.

6/22-6/24 BB Productions Barrel Bash Cedar Rapids, IA Kirkwood Equestrian Ctr $5500 Open $10,000 Future Fortunes 6/22-6/24 Bartonia, IN Three Bar J Arena Marcia Johnson 937-4592592 IBRA Open, Youth, & Masters approved. (State Rep - Kelly Bricker 260-703-1100 ) 6/29-7/1 Bloomington IN Monroe County Saddle Club Elwren Road IBRA Super Show High Point Saddle Series 2012 Added money Rain dates 7/20-7/22 6/29-7-1

Union City, IN Union City Park Kelly Bricker 260-7031100 IBRA Open, Youth, & Masters approved.

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Barrel Horse World.....Calendar of Events One of our new Features Brought to you by....

Keeping Barrel Horse World on the Truck Seat! For Contact information, start times, classes, directions, etc on all of the following events listed in Barrel Horse World Calendar please visit

www.BarrelHorseWorld.com ALABAMA

2/1 Open Barrel Practice Athens, AL 2/8 Open Barrel Practice Athens, AL 2/15 Open Barrel Practice Athens, AL 2/17-18-19 Team Josey 2 1/2 Day Barrel Clinic Andalusia, AL 2/18 $500 Added Barrel Race Al 05 Headland, AL 2/22 Open Barrel Practice Athens, AL 2/25 Winter Timed Event Series Sterrett, AL 2/29 Open Barrel Practice Athens, AL

ARKANSAS

2/4 Hensley Race #7 - 4D Winter Series (Tri-County Arena) Hensley, AR 2/5 NBHA AR 07 Barrel Race Springdale, AR 2/5 Marchant Hills Winter 4-D Barrel Series Springdale, AR 2/7 Searcy Winter Series Searcy, AR 2/7 4D Open Barrel Race @ Hero’s Arena Natural Dam, AR 2/11 Cowgirls For Christ $500 Added 4D Jackpot Clarksville, AR 2/11 Hensley Race #8 - 4D Winter Series (Tri-County Arena) Hensley, AR 2/11 ABRA Horse Show Arkadelphia, AR 2/11$100 Added 4-D Jackpot & Sweethearts Race Waldron, AR 2/12 Cowgirls For Christ $500 Added 4D Jackpot Clarksville, AR 2/14 Searcy Winter Series Searcy, AR 2/14 4D Open Barrel Race @ Hero’s Arena Natural Dam, AR 2/18 Abra Horse Show Arkadelphia, AR 2/19 Marchant Hills Winter 4-D Barrel Series Springdale, AR 2/19 NBHA AR 07 Barrel Race Springdale, AR 2/19 AR District 01 NBHA Flippen, AR 2/21 4D Open Barrel Race @ Hero’s Arena Natural Dam, AR 2/21 Searcy Winter Series Searcy, AR 2/24 ABRA Horse Show Arkadelphia, AR 2/25 Spring In / Fall Out 4D Barrel Series With Added Money Jonesboro, AR 2/25-26 Connie Combs Barrel Clinic Pine Bluff, AR 2/28 Searcy Winter Series Searcy, AR 2/28 4D Open Barrel Race @ Hero’s Arena Natural Dam, AR

CALIFORNIA

2/12 NBHA CA 18 Hesperia, CA 2/25 NBHA CA District 10 Barrel Race Simi Valley, CA

FLORIDA

2/7 Every Tuesday Night- Barrel Jackpot Southwest Ranches, FL 2/11 Taylor County Horseman’s Assoc. Perry, FL 2/11 NBHA FL 01 Crawfordville, FL 2/14 Every Tuesday Night- Barrel Jackpot Southwest Ranches, FL 2/21 Every Tuesday Night- Barrel Jackpot Southwest Ranches, FL 2/28 Every Tuesday Night- Barrel Jackpot Southwest Ranches, FL

GEORGIA

2/4 OFSC Speed Event Series Thomson, GA 2/10 Abac Equestrian Club Barrel Race Tifton, GA 2/11 Ga 8 Circle W Arena Jesup, GA 2/11 Winter Buckle Series Barrel Race/ Pole Bending- Covered Arena Chatsworth, GA 2/19 Die Hard Barrel/Pole Racing Series Silver Creek, GA 2/23-24-25 5Th Annual Super Open Show & 2D Futurity Unadilla, GA 2/25 GA 6 & 8 Richey Arena Claxton, GA 2/25 Winter Buckle Series Barrel Race/ Pole

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Bending- Covered Arena Chatsworth, GA 2/25 Justamere Barrels/Poles/Goats Buckle Series Hahira, GA 3/2 Team Josey 2 1/2 Day Barrel Clinic Swainsboro, GA

ILLINOIS

2/2 Open Arena Rockford, IL 2/9 Open Arena Rockford, IL 2/16 Open Arena Rockford, IL 2/23 Open Arena Rockford, IL 3/1 Open Arena Rockford, IL

INDIANA

2/17-18-19 C Bar C Expo Center Cloverdale, IN

KANSAS

2/5 NBHA KS01 Lawrence $100 Added Lawrence, KS 2/5 NBHA KS01 Winter 4D Average Series $100 Added Lawrence, KS 2/7 Tuesday Night Saddle Series - BBR Approved Lyons, KS 2/15 Ks Expocentre Leg Up Series!! Open 4D Barrels Topeka, KS 2/21 Tuesday Night Saddle Series Lyons, KS 2/26 NBHA KS01 Winter 4D Average Series $100 Added Lawrence, KS 2/26 NBHA KS01 Lawrence $100 Added Lawrence, KS 2/29 Ks Expocentre Leg Up Series!! Open 4D Barrels Topeka, KS

KENTUCKY

2/4 Branham Farms Winter Series -Last Year Paid Out $11,000 In The Open 4-D Barrel Finals Scottsville, KY 2/10 Central Ky Barrels & Poles - AQHA Richmond, KY 2/11 Red Barn Arena Taylorsville, KY 2/11-12 Central KY Barrels & Poles AQHA Richmond, KY 2/17-18-19 Central KY Barrels & Poles AQHA Richmond, KY 2/25 Red Barn Arena Taylorsville, KY 2/25 Poles & Barrels Horse Show Hartford, KY

LOUISIANNA

2/1 4D Barrel Race And Pole Bending New Iberia, LA 2/11 Youth-Open Rodeo Jonesville, LA 2/18NBHA LA03 Port Allen, LA 2/18 Winter Buckle Series Barrel Racing Alexandria - Lsua, LA 2/25 Winter Buckle Series Barrel Racing Alexandria - Lsua, LA 2/25 Cloverleaf Barrel Racing Association Open 4D, Senior 4D & Youth 4D Barrels Cotton Valley, LA 2/25 Lrc 2012 Season Kentwood, LA 2/26 NBHA LA03 Crowley, LA 2/29 4D Barrel Race And Pole Bending New Iberia, LA 3/2 Add Waddell Barrel Clinic Arcadia, LA

MISSOURI

2/1 Open Ride / Barrel Race Practice Drexel, MO 2/3 Winter Buckle Series/Rock’n Rv Arena Mountain View, MO 2/4 Jackpot Cutting Show Sullivan, MO 2/4 Barrel Racing Fix-Its & Sidepot Cleveland Mo/Bucyrus Ks, MO 2/5 NBHA MO-02 4D Barrel Race/ Mtn. View Rock’n Rv Arena Mountain View, MO 2/7 Open Arena & Jackpot Barrel Race Mountain View, MO 2/8 Open Ride / Barrel Race Practice Drexel, MO

2/10 Team Sorting Practice 7Pm-9Pm Sullivan, MO 2/10 Team Sorting Buckle Series Mountain View, MO 2/11 Lone Wolf Open 5-D Barrel Race Cleveland, MO 2/11 Bulls-Barrels-Roping Mountain View, MO 2/11 $$$200 Added To Open Barrels MO- 07 Buckle Series Barrels & Poles Lebanon, MO 2/14 Open Arena & Jackpot Barrel Race Mountain View, MO 2/15 Open Ride / Barrel Race Practice Drexel, MO 2/17 Team Sorting Practice 7Pm-9Pm Sullivan, MO 2/17 $100.00 Added Bbr Pending/Rock’n Rv Aena Mountain View, MO 2/21 Open Arena & Jackpot Barrel Race Mountain View, MO 2/22 Open Ride / Barrel Race Practice Drexel, MO 2/24 Team Sorting Practice 7Pm-9Pm Sullivan, MO 2/24 Team Sorting Buckle Series Mountain View, MO 2/25 MO-01 District Point & Tour Show BBR Pending Centerview, MO 2/25 $$$$200 Added To Open M0-07 Buckle Series Barrels & Poles Lebanon, MO 2/25 Barrel Racing Fix-Its & Sidepot Cleveland Mo/Bucyrus Ks, MO 2/25 Bulls-Barrels-Roping Mountain View, MO 2/28 Open Arena & Jackpot Barrel Race Mountain View, MO 2/29 Open Ride / Barrel Race Practice Drexel, MO 3/2 Winter Buckle Series/Rock’n Rv Arena Mountain View, MO

MISSISSIPPI

2/3-2/5 Barrel Bash Futurity & Open 4D Brandon, MS 2/4-5 Ed Wright Barrel Racing Clinic Winona, MS 2/11 Kudzu Klassic NBHA/IBRA $500 Added Holly Springs, MS 2/18 NBHA MS 04 Winona, MS 2/25 Kudzu Klassic Nbha/Ibra $500 Added Holly Springs, MS 3/2 Jackpot Tba And Double J Saddlery Award Saddles! Hattiesburg, MS

NEBRASKA

2/4 NCTA Team Roping & Barrel Racing Series Curtis, NE 2/4 Triangle Cross 4D Awards Series Mccook, NE 2/4-5 Mid West Barrel Racing Association Columubus, NE 2/18-19 Mid West Barrel Racing Assoc. Columubus, NE 2/18 NCTA Team Roping & Barrel Racing Series Curtis, NE 2/25 Triangle Cross 4D Awards Series Mccook, NE 2/25 NCTA Team Roping & Barrel Racing Series Curtis, NE

OHIO

2/26 6Th Annual Tack Swap Hosted By NBHA Ohio 02 Newbury, OH 3/2 Champions Center Winter Speed Show Series Springfield, OH

OKLAHOMA

2/1 Open 4D Barrel Series Cherokee, OK 2/1 Claremore Winter Blast 5D Series *Added Money, BBR Approved* Claremore, OK

2/2 Cowboy Gatherin’ /King’s Pen Winter Barrel Series *Added Money*Inola, OK 2/2 ~~$100 Added Series~~ BBR Approved Beggs, OK 2/3 Finals...Lightning J Arena Winter Series!!! Okemah, OK 2/3 Rockin’ C Productions Magnetic Therapy Blanket 4D Barrel Series Ochelata, OK 2/3-4-5 Tri-K Lazy E Winter Barrel Blast $6000 Added Each Weekend Guthrie, OK 2/3 Bridle Creek Barrel Racing Returns Sperry, OK 2/4 $100 Added Barrel Race @ Promise Acres Sapulpa, OK 2/4 Acra/Crra Rodeo Beggs, OK 2/5 Saddle Series Open 4D Purcell, OK 2/5 Bridle Creek Barrel Racing Returns Sperry, OK 2/7 Cowboy Gatherin’ Team Roping Practice Inola, OK 2/7 Ok Corral Indoor 4D Jackpots Every Tuesday Night Harrah, OK 2/7 4D Bling Run Series-Poteau OK Indoor Arena Poteau, OK 2/8 Open 4D Barrel Series Cherokee, OK 2/8 Claremore Winter Blast 5D Series *Added Money, BBR Approved* Claremore, OK 2/9 ~$100 Added Series~ BBR Approved Beggs, OK 2/10 Rockin’ C Productions Magnetic Therapy Blanket 4D Barrel Series Ochelata, OK 2/10 Bridle Creek Series. No Nomination Fees.. Sperry, OK 2/11Ranch Sorting Buckle Series Owasso, OK 2/11 $100 Added Barrel Race @ Promise Acres Sapulpa, OK 2/11Canchasin’ $1,000 Added At Each Race, BBR Pending Okemah, OK 2/11Loose Rowel Rodeo & Bridle Creek Winter Buckle Series Sperry, OK 2/12 A-Ok’s Annual Sweetheart’s Race $200 Added**$25 Entry Fee Poteau, OK 2/12 Rockin’ C Productions “It’s Almost Valentines Day” $1,000 Added 4D Race Pawhuska, OK 2/14 Cowboy Gatherin’ Team Roping Practice Inola, OK 2/14 Ok Corral Indoor 4D Jackpots Every Tuesday Night Harrah, OK 2/14 4D Bling Run Series-Poteau OK Indoor Arena Poteau, OK 2/15 Claremore Winter Blast 5D Series *Added Money, BbBR Approved* Claremore, OK 2/15 Open 4D Barrel Series Cherokee, OK 2/16 Rockin’ C High Money 4D Saddle Series Pawhuska, OK 2/16 ~$100 Added Series~ BBR Approved Beggs, OK 2/17 Bridle Creek Series. No Nomination Fees OK 2/17 Cancelation- Read Here For Details**Rockin’ C High Point 4D Saddle Series Barrel Races Ochelata, OK 2/18 Acra/Crra Rodeo Beggs, OK 2/18 $100 Added Barrel Race @ Promise Acres Sapulpa, OK 2/18-19Flying Cow Arena Barrel Series *Added Money* At Finals Afton, OK 2/18 OCA #1-BBR Approved! Pawhuska, OK 2/19 Rockin’ C Trophy Jacket/Tack W/80% Payback Barrel Frenzy Pawhuska, OK 2/21 OK Corral Indoor 4D BBR Jackpots Every Tuesday Night Harrah, OK 2/21 Cowboy Gatherin’ Team Roping Practice Inola, OK 2/21 4D Bling Run Series-Poteau OK Indoor Arena Poteau, OK 2/22 Claremore Winter Blast 5D Series *Added Money, BBRApproved* Claremore, OK 2/23 Rockin’ C High Money 4D Saddle Series Pawhuska, OK 2/23 ~$100 Added Series~ BBR Approved Beggs, OK 2/24 Bridle Creek Series. No Nomination Fees.. Sperry, OK 2/24Cancelation-Read Here For Details*Rockin’ C High Point 4D Saddle Series Barrel Races Ochelata, OK 2/25 Cowboy Gatherin’ Jr. Rodeo Series, Saddles And Buckles Inola, OK 2/25 Promise Acres Winter Show Series Sapulpa, OK

2/26 $100 Added Barrel Race @ Promise Acres Sapulpa, OK 2/26 Bridle Creek Series. No Nomination Fees.. Sperry, OK 2/28 Ok Corral Indoor 4D Bbr Jackpots Every Tuesday Night Harrah, OK 2/28 4D Bling Run Series-Poteau OK Indoor Arena Poteau, OK 2/28 Cowboy Gatherin’ Team Roping Practice Inola, OK 3/2 Bridle Creek Series. No Nomination Fees.. Sperry, OK

TENNESSEE

2/4 Coyote Run Arena Winter Series Mason, TN 2/11 14Th Annual Triple P Winter Series Barrel Racing & Pole-Bending Decaturville, TN 2/18 Coyote Run Arena Winter Series Mason, TN

TEXAS

2/2 Open 4D Jackpot Aledo, TX 2/3 Buckles And Barrels Winter Series Cleveland, TX 2/4 Bell County 5D Barrel Race Belton, TX 2/4 SCSP Playday Series Center, TX 2/4 BBRA San Marcos, TX 2/4-5 CTBRA Season Opener Salado, TX 2/5 Winter Barrel Blast Seguin, TX 2/5 Longhorn Barrels & Poles Marshall, TX 2/5 TOBRA - Jackpot Wichita Falls, TX 2/7 Weekly Tuesday 4D Jackpot Stephenville, TX 2/9 Open 4D Jackpot Aledo, TX 2/10 Buckles And Barrels Winter Series Cleveland, TX 2/11 4D Jackpot Blue Ridge, TX 2/11 Barrel And Pole Exhibitions Gainesville, TX 2/11 NBHA TX 27 San Antonio, TX 2/12 Benefit For Shelby Mccamey And Lisa And David Bownds Corsicana, TX 2/12 Lone Star Barrel Racing Amarillo, TX 2/12 $1,000 Added 4D Barrel Race Denton, TX 2/12 NBHA Sanctioned TX 19 Barrel Race Rendon, TX 2/14 Weekly Tuesday 4D Jackpot Stephenville, TX 2/16 Open 4D Jackpot Aledo, TX 2/18 BRA Region 10 Navasota, TX 2/18 NBHA TX 22 Center, TX 2/18-19 Kelly Kaminski Barrel Racing Clinic Groesbeck, TX 2/18 NBHA Texas 25 Crockett, TX 2/19 TOBRA - Jackpot Wichita Falls, TX 2/19 Longhorn Barrels & Poles Marshall, TX 2/19 NBHA Sanctioned TX 19 Barrel Race Aledo, TX 2/21 Weekly Tuesday 4D Jackpot Stephenville, TX 2/23 Open 4D Jackpot Aledo, TX 2/24-25-26 Winter Barrel Blast Seguin, TX 2/25 BRA Region 5 Membership 4D Open Barrel Race Mt. Selman, TX 2/25 Barrel & Pole Exhibitions Gainesville, TX 2/28 Weekly Tuesday 4D Jackpot Stephenville, TX

UTAH

2/11 UBRA Open 4D Winter Series UT

WASHINGTON

2/5 CCBR Winter Award Series Vancouver, WA 2/18 CCBR Winter Awards Series Vancouver, WA

WISCONSIN

2/18-19 Barrel Racing & Pole Bending Deerfield, WI 2/25-26 Chism Trail Ranch Winter Series Merrill, WI

WYOMING

2/1 Wednesday Night 4D Jackpots Torrington Wyoming Torrington WY 2/1 SBRE Big Piney, WY 2/8 Wednesday Night 4D Jackpots Torrington Wyoming Torrington, WY 2/15 Wednesday Night 4D Jackpots Torrington Wyoming Torrington, WY 2/15 SBRC Big Piney, WY 2/22 Wednesday Night 4D Jackpots Torrington Wyoming Torrington, WY 2/29 Wednesday Night 4D Jackpots Torrington Wyoming Torrington, WY


News Indiana Bred Quarter Horses Nominated for National Honors Two Indiana Bred Quarter Horses have been nominated for American Quarter Horse Racing Association National honors. A Bitter Sweet Song and Lovemelikethat have both been nominated as the 2011 Three Year Old Filly Racing Champion of the Year. They join four additional horses on the ballot for this honor. Bitter Sweet Song (Agouti – Whatasweetsong, by Shawne Bug), owned by Debbie Smith and Randy Haffner, accumulated $108,539 in earnings during 2011. The Haffner trained filly completed the racing year with eight starts that included four wins, one second and one third place finish. Her wins include the $100,000 Indiana Blue River Derby at Indiana Downs. Lovemelikethat (Likenothinyoueversaw – First Smart Stride, by First Smart Money), owned by Cooter Daniel boasted $148,636 in earnings in 2011 resulting in career earnings of $236,280. The filly, trained by John McCreary, won not only the $100,000 Sterlie Bertram Memorial, but also QHRAI Derby at Hoosier Park completing the racing year with seven starts that included five wins and two thirds. Lovemelikethat was also recently recognized as the Quarter Horse Breed Development Three Year Old Filly Champion and Horse of the Year. “These two horses are not only an extraordinary example of the quality of horses being produced, but also a great achievement for the Quarter Horse Breed Development Program in Indiana,” noted Jessica Barnes, Director of Racing and Breed Development for the Indiana Horse Racing Commission. For additional information regarding the Quarter Horse Breed Development Program, please contact the offices of the Indiana Horse Racing Commission at (317) 233-3119 or visit www.in.gov/hrc.

Some news from the Indiana Horse Council By the time you receive this the annual meeting with the election of new Board members and officers will be history. Thanks to all who ran and were elected. With out you we could not exist. The Indiana horse Council is about to get stated on a new era and we need your help. We need you as members and Affiliate organizations to tell us what we can do for you. We had some very hard times financially but we are now seeing the light at the end of tunnel thanks to a great 2011 Horse Fair and were looking forward to an even better Horse fair in 2012. (See ad in this issue.) Yes, there were many changes in 2011 and many people got upset, but we are on our way forward. Many of the changes last year were due to cost. The Hoosier Horse Fair had not increased their prices for several years and it caught up with them. One example I would like to let you know about is the cost of the Indiana State Fair Grounds rental. Did you know it cost about $100,000? Become a member of the Indiana Horse Council, submit the $25 membership fee by March 1 and receive a ticket to the Hoosier Horse Fair April 13,14,15. (A $12 value) For another $20 you can purchase a Million Dollar Liability Insurance Policy. It will not be that much longer until Spring and the Horse Shows, Trail Rides and Racing will begin. In a hurry for Spring?

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Go purchase something on a 90 Day Note and see how fast spring gets here. Just my thought, Jim Noel Contact the Indiana Horse Council at www.indianahorsecouncil.org

Trainer Martinez Saddles Pair Of Sunday Stakes Winners…Skyline Lover Disqualified In Moonstone Hialeah, FL / January 22, 2012 – Trainer Ricardo Martinez, who entered

the day with five wins from a limited number of 23 starters, was a perfect two-for-two Sunday, sending out longshot Jess Phenomenal to victory in The Banyan Tree and coming back two races later to score in The City Of Hialeah with Freaking. But the real buzz trackside came after Sunday’s Moonstone, in which Skyline Lover -–previously undefeated in six local starts-– was disqualified after an apparent two-length victory over Flyin Fish in the 660-yard marathon down the historic Widener chute. The stewards posted the inquiry sign immediately after Skyline Lover crossed the finish line and, after receiving additional objections from one jockey and two trainers, ruled that the original first-place finisher had interfered with both Flyin Fish and Louisianafeature One. Revising the order of finish, the judges placed Skyline Lover eighth and last behind Louisianafeature One. Recapping the stakes races, Logans Dash (Toast To Dash – Logans Game), saddled by Manuel Mata and ridden by Jeremy Garcia scored a solid win over Okey Dokey Diamond in the $22,250 Miami-Dade County Stakes for three-year-old fillies. The winner was clocked in 15.428 seconds for 300 yards and earned $13,350 for owner Annibal Hernandez. Jess Phenomenal (Feature Mr Jess – Miss Mighty Casady), sent postward at 13-1, was up in the final jump under Francisco Ramirez, Jr. to win the $22,500 Banyan Tree over Bold Badon. The seven-year-old gelding covered 250 yards in 13.137 seconds and earned $13.500 for his owner Alejandro Medina. After the change in the $27,000 Moonstone, the victory went to Flyin Fish (Fishers Dash – Jazzing Cheree), who was saddled by Richard Sedillo and ridden by Brian Theriot. The winner’s share of $16,200 went to the Double Eagle Ranch, Inc. and Buena Suerte Equine. In the $22,500 City Of Hialeah, Freaking (Tr Dasher – Chickasis) was all out under leading rider Alex Baldillez, Jr. to tally by a neck over Opportunity Zooms, with Jesse In Town another length back in third. The victor, owned and trained by Ricardo Martinez, ran 400 yards in 19.565 and earned $13,500. The total mutuel handle for the 20th day of the 2011-2012 Quarter Horse season was $170,816 with a raucous crowd estimated at 4,000 witnessing the day’s proceedings.

Ann Jemima Wins First Running Of The Perseverance…Veteran Rider Alex Baldillez, Jr. Wins Five Hialeah, FL, January 15, 2012 – Lisa Joneson’s Ann Jemima, trained by Guillermo Valdivia and ridden by red-hot rider Alex Baldillez, Jr., proved best after a rousing race-long duel with Iama Pyc to prevail in Sunday’s 1st running of the $20,000-added Perseverance for fillies and mares by a neck.


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News Ann Jemima, bred in Oklahoma by her owner, is a four-year old mare by Country Chicks Man – Mea Brick House. She was sent postward in the Perseverance as a 2.40-1 favorite and stopped the timer in 16.577 seconds for the race distance of 330 yards. Sunday’s added-money victory was her second consecutive win at the meeting as she stretched out from an allowance win at 220 yards here on Christmas Eve. She won for the fourth time in 18 lifetime starts and earned $13,425 for her connections. While the top two finishers were battling it out for the win, the goings-on behind them were equally eventful. Original third-place finisher Mary’s Corazon was disqualified after lugging in and placed eighth. After that change, the revised order of finish was Ann Jemima, Iama Pyc, Eye Opening Favorite, and a dead-heat for fourth between Kinky Boots and Jacis Flashy Girl. Before the race, First Time Favorite was scratched at the gate by order of the stewards when she became cast in her stall. Meantime, leading rider Baldillez recorded his second “five bagger” in two weekends to up his victory total to 19, five better than Brian Theriot and seven up on 2010-2011 riding champ Oscar Delgado. The total mutuel handle for the 17th day of the 2011-2012 Quarter Horse season was $179,450 with live racing on a gorgeous Sunday afternoon witnessed by a festive throng estimated at 4,000. Live racing continues at Hialeah Park with a new post time for the remainder of the season, through closing day February 19, first post will be at 2:25 PM ET. The racing office plans to schedule nine races on Fridays and 10 races on Saturdays and Sundays.

2012 QUARTER HORSE SEASON STAKES SCHEDULE FEATURES 44 RACES, TOTAL ESTIMATED PURSES OVER $5 MILLION December 21, 2011 OKLAHOMA CITY – Remington Park’s lucrative 2012

American Quarter Horse & Mixed-breed Season gets underway on March 2. The season features a 44-stakes race schedule with 23 graded races, 11 of them Grade 1, and an overall estimated worth of $5,025,000. The richest event on the calendar is the Grade 1, $1,000,000 Heritage Place Futurity on May 26. Once again, Remington Park is proud to host numerous futurities including three major Quarter Horse events. The historic Grade 2, $325,000 (estimated) Oklahoma Futurity at 300 yards takes place on St. Patrick’s Day, Saturday, March 17. In April, Oklahoma-breds are featured in the $750,000 (estimated) Remington Park Futurity. The richest state-bred event in track history will be contested at 330-yards on Saturday, April 14. The Grade 1, $1,000,000 Heritage Place Futurity will culminate the Quarter Horse futurity schedule. Run for the fifth consecutive year for at least a million dollars, the Heritage Place Futurity has produced such stars as Stolis Winner (2008) who went on the win the All American Futurity that year, on his way to becoming the sport’s all-time richest runner. The 3-year-old Quarter Horses will have their time alongside their 2-yearold counterparts in derbies held on the same programs as the top futurities. The $135,000 (estimated) Oklahoma Derby will be run at 350 yards on March 17. Top Oklahoma-bred 3-year-olds will compete in the $250,000 (estimated) Remington Park Derby on April 14 at 400 yards. Then, on the final weekend of the season, the Grade 2, $275,000 (estimated) Heritage

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Place Derby will be run at 400 yards on May 26. Great pride is taken in presenting a solid series of races for older horses at Remington Park. The 2012 season stakes schedule gets underway on Opening Weekend with the Grade 2, $50,000 Eastex Handicap at 350 yards, beginning the series of races for older horses. The Grade 1, $100,000 Leo Stakes helps wrap the month, at 400 yards on March 24. April features the Grade 2, $50,000 Bob Moore Memorial Stakes at 300 yards on April 14. Older Oklahoma-bred horses have an opportunity in the restricted Grade 1, $100,000 Sooner State Stakes at 400 yards on April 28. May brings a pair of superb events with the Grade 2, $110,000 (estimated) Bank of America Remington Park Challenge Championship on May 6 followed by the richest race for 3-year-olds and older in the season. The Grade 1, $250,000 Remington Park Championship, an invitational event, will be run on May 27. The race winner will receive a berth to the prestigious $750,000 Champion of Champions at Los Alamitos in southern California in December. Both the Bank of America Remington Park Challenge Championship and the Remington Park Championship are contested at 440 yards. Fillies and mares will again have a set of races just for them with the Grade 3, $50,000 Decketta Stakes at 350 yards on March 24; the $50,000 (estimated) Merial Remington Park Distaff Challenge on May 6 and the Grade 2, $50,000 Junos Request Stakes on May 26. The latter two races are at 400 yards. Remington Park also features a set of stakes races geared to the longer distance group including the Grade 3, $50,000 Pauls Valley Handicap on April 1; the Grade 3, $55,000 (estimated) Red Cell Remington Park Distance Challenge on May 6 and the Grade 3, $50,000 Remington Park Distance Handicap on Memorial Day Monday, May 28, the final day of the season. Paints and Appaloosas will also be featured in futurities, derbies and older horse stakes events throughout the season. The Grade 1, $85,000 (estimated) Oklahoma Paint Futurity at 300 yards on March 17 will begin the run of stakes events for Paints and/or Appaloosas. That same night the Grade 1, $60,000 (estimated) Graham Paint & Appaloosa Derby will be run at 350 yards. The Paint Stallion Breeders’ Association races will once again take place in April. The Grade 1, $85,000 (estimated) American Paint Classic Futurity at 350 yards will be contested on April 21. On the same night, the Grade 1, $40,000 (estimated) American Paint Derby will be run at 400 yards. The rich Grade 1, $250,000 (estimated) Graham Paint & Appaloosa Futurity will be run at 350 yards on May 26. Older Paints and Appaloosas will also have their stakes attempts with the Grade 1, $35,000 Mister Lewie Memorial Handicap at 400 yards on April 14 and the Grade 1, $30,000 National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum Stakes at 440 yards on May 19. The $25,000 Americana Stakes, for 2-year-old Appaloosas, will be featured at 330 yards on April 21. The Remington Park stakes schedule also includes an encompassing set of 18 stakes races just for eligible Oklahoma-breds. The feature afternoon of Oklahoma-bred stakes races will fall on Sunday, May 20. There are six stakes that afternoon to showcase the top state-breds, four divisional events worth $30,000, followed by a pair of restricted Grade 3, $50,000 races in the Easy Jet Stakes for 2-year-olds and the Jack Brooks Stakes for 3-year-olds, both at 350 yards.


News Regular post times for the 2012 American Quarter Horse & Mixedbreed Season at Remington Park will be 6pm on Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays and 1:30pm on Sundays. Open daily at 10am for casino gaming and simulcast racing, Remington Park also features the Bricktown Brewery on the casino floor. Admission, general parking and valet parking are always free at Remington Park. Remington Park is Oklahoma City’s only Racetrack & Casino, located at the junction of Interstates 35 & 44, in the heart of the Oklahoma City Adventure District. For more information, reservations and group bookings please call 405-424-1000, 866-456-9880 or visit remingtonpark.com.

JOCKEY G.R. CARTER HONORED WITH CHAMPION AWARD FOR 9TH TIME, OKLAHOMA-OWNED HORSES EARN TITLES Thursday, January 19, 2012 - Jockey G.R. Carter, an Oklahoma City

resident and 14-time leading rider at Remington Park, was honored Wednesday evening with his ninth American Quarter Horse Association Champion Jockey Award. Carter was presented with the 2011 award at the annual champions’ announcement ceremony at the Heritage Place in Oklahoma City. The champions are decided by a vote of committee, organized by the AQHA.

Carter has won more Champion Jockey honors than any other rider in the award’s 26-year history. In 2011, Carter rode 171 winners from 885 starts, with earnings of $4,311,455 to narrowly lead all jockeys by money earned. He was $33,312 ahead of 2009 champion jockey Ramon Sanchez. Carter posted 91 victories at Remington Park in 2011. Carter, a native of Pawhuska, Okla., rode Grade 1 winners Llano Teller, Sixes Streak and Louisiana Senator in 2011, as well as sharing riding duties on champions Feature Mr Bojangles and De Passem Okey.

De Passem Okey – 2011 Distance Champion

De Passem Okey, owned by Steve Holt of Guthrie, Okla., won his second consecutive AQHA Distance Champion award, given to the top horse excelling in races around the turn at 870 yards. De Passem Okey won the Grade 3, $75,000 Remington Park Distance Handicap in 2011, his most lucrative victory of the year. De Passem Okey has won 15 of 32 lifetime starts and earned $290,821.

Spit Curl Diva – 2011 Champion Aged Mare

Spit Curl Diva returned in 2011 to capture her third champion title, as the AQHA Champion Aged Mare. The 6-year-old mare, owned by the Lepic-Morgan Partnership, including Sara Morgan of Edmond, Okla., won three of seven races and earned $118,415. In her career, Spit Curl Diva has won 19 of 37 starts and earned $829,353. She was trained in 2011 by Jody Brown of Choctaw, Okla. and 10-time AQHA Champion Trainer Paul Jones. She was ridden in all of her starts by Brown’s husband, jockey David Brown.

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QHRAI News

QHRAI 2012 Board of Directors Chris Duke, President Vickie Duke, Secretary Margaret Thompson, Gaming Revenue Trustee Mike Gross, Treasurer

Tina Cleary Robin Surface

Roger Lewis, Vice President Michelle Collins, Executive Director Tom Mosley, Director of Industry Relations Teresa Gross, SSA Secretary

Directors Kevin Cleary, Jr. Kevin Cleary

Dianne Bennett Gary Smith

Dickey Benton

QHRAI February Newsletter

As busy of a year that 2011 was, January 2012 started out with a bang!! We started this year out like we have many years in the past with the Stallion Service Auction Banquet on January 7th. Once again, the amphitheater at the Crowne Plaza Hotel was filled to capacity during the Stallion Service Auction where Auctioneers Ted Begley and Greg Bonfer, along with Mr. Pedigree, Tom Mosley, sold 59 horses for nearly $52,000. The buyers were there and the horses sold!! Horses that didn’t sell on the 7th will be available for purchase until July 1st, but Don DeHart bought his on the 7th and won $1,000 in the big drawing (had to be there)!! The banquet hall was filled to capacity as VIP’s from Hoosier Park, Indiana Downs, The Indiana Horse Racing Commission and AQHA were part of the mix. Johnne Dobbs from AQHA, who has many ties to the Indiana Quarter Horse Racing Industry of yesteryear, addressed the crowd. We were honored to have her join us this year. Johnne will be AQHA President in 2013. Carter Riley and Calvin Prescott were inducted into the QHRAI Hall of Fame, as were the spectacular horses Jaguar Rocket and Miss Roxie Little. The 2011 Champion horses were awarded with brass and glass, but the winner of the biggest surprise and the QHRAI Presidents Award was Margaret Thompson for all the great things she contributed to QHRAI last year!! I heard the food was good and the band was great and the event went off without a hitch. The silent auction proceeds are going to our friend Richie Gilliard. Thank you to all of my Quarter Horse Friends who helped make the banquet a huge success and thank you to everyone who attended to make this our biggest event of the year. Indiana’s 2011 Horse of the Year, Lovemelikethat, and Bitter Sweet Song were both nominated for AQHA 3 Year Old Filly Champion. Did you hear me? Our Indiana breds, homegrown right here from Hoosierville, were recognized by AQHA as top 3 year old fillies in the country. They were two of the six nominees. Congratulations to both horses and their connections for these top honors. Spit Curl Diva, who made her 2011 debut at Indiana Downs, earned Champion aged mare honors. Indiana has broken into the BIGTIME and will only keep going!! How many of you plan to have a champion nominee next year?

Jon McGuire

Ron Haynes Butch Yike

Q.H.R.A.I. was active at the January Indiana Horse Racing Commission Meeting. The 2012 Quarter Horse Breed Development Program was approved, as were several rule changes, including new lower levels for Bute and Clenbuterol . We will be posting the specifics on qhrai. net!! Stall applications for Indiana Downs are available and must be submitted by February 17th. An exact date is not set yet for the track to open, but according to Jon Schuster, it will be the second or third week in March. Stay tuned for the schooling race dates for 2 year olds to be announced. There will likely be a day in April and another in May. The State House is buzzing with Right To Work protestors, and there is still a threat of Horse Racing Purse Revenue to be attacked. Your QHRAI Board of Directors is keeping tuned up on places to be and people to see, but please contact your local legislators now to let them know how much you invest in the local economy by racing Quarter Horses. Ask them to please support our industry and not support any cuts to our purse money from gaming revenue. I just got info from Angela Demaree from the IHRC that Purdue is now offering Piroplasmosis testing, which is still required for horses entering the tracks this year. The costs at Purdue are supposed to be much less than the $75 and up costs we all paid last year. Ask your vet for details!! Looking forward to seeing you at the track soon!! Michelle Collins Executive Director Quarter Horse Racing Association of Indiana

-----------------------Equine Piroplasmosis Testing Offered ---------------------The Indiana Animal Disease Diagnostic Laboratory is approved to perform equine piroplasmosis analyses for inter- and intrastate movement and will offer testing for Equine Piroplasmosis beginning January 1, 2012. To be eligible for a waiver of the test fee for state mandated testing, serum samples submitted for Equine Piroplasmosis must state on the ADDL Accession form that the samples are from horses currently belonging to Indiana owners that will be at the Indiana race tracks: Hoosier Park, Anderson, IN, and Indiana Downs, Shelbyville, IN. Samples

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submitted to ADDL for testing must be drawn by a licensed and accredited veterinarian, the animal ID must be listed, and reason for testing clearly stated on the ADDL submission form. Testing for international export or for cases with clinical signs compatible with Equine Piroplasmosis must be tested at NVSL. The charge for non-state mandated piroplasmosis testing for both B. caballi and T. equi will be $24 ($7.00 each for B.caballi and T. equi, plus the $10 ADDL accession fee).


2012 Indiana Downs Stakes Schedule Plan to attend Quarter Horse Day, a full day of Quarter Horse Racing and Celebrations on June 30th The Born Runner Stakes

The Indiana Downs Classic

$100,000 added

High Money Earners in 2010/2011

Indiana Sired 3 yr olds and up; 350 yards Nomination Date - March 15th, 2012; $100 Sustaining Payment - April 15th, 2012; $300

The Jaguar Rocket Stakes Indiana Bred 2 yr olds; 300 yards

$100,000 added

Nomination Date - April 1st, 2012; $100 Sustaining Payment - May 1st, 2012; $300

Open 4 yr olds and up; 350 yards

$75,000 added

Nomination Date - March 15th, 2012; $250 Sustaining Payment - April 15th, 2012; $750

The Heartland Futurity Open 2 yr olds; 300 yards

$75,000 added

The Blue River Derby Stakes

Nomination Date - April 1st, 2012; $100 Sustaining Payment - May 1st, 2011, 2012; $400 Sustaining Payment - June 1st, 2012; $500

$100,000 added

The Indiana Live QHRAI Derby

The Bob Woodard Memorial Stakes

Nomination Date - April 1st, 2012; $100 Sustaining Payment - May 1st, 2011, 2012; $400 Sustaining Payment - June 1st, 2012; $500

Indiana Bred 3 yr olds; 350 yards Nomination Date - April 1st, 2012; $100 Sustaining Payment - May 1st, 2012; $300

Indiana Bred 4 yr olds and up; 350 yards

$100,000 added

Nomination Date - April 1st, 2012; $100 Sustaining Payment - May 1st, 2012; $300

Open 3 yr olds; 350 yards

$75,000 added

***The Late payment for open stakes - Double nomination plus first sustaining payment. After first sustaining payment date of May 1st, late payment is double nomination and missed payment plus June 1st payment PLUS $5,000 (for Heartland and Live.) Must be postmarked by June 1st, 2012. Late Payment for Indiana Bred Stakes - Double Nomination plus sustaining payment; late payment must be postmarked by sustaining payment date. Entry into Stake Trials and Races must be made at Indiana Downs Racing Office.

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There are some changes to the 2012 Stakes Nomination and payment schedule. Be sure to note the earlier stakes nominations and payment dates. Final dates of stake races are pending approval from Indiana Downs Track Management. Final dates and nomination forms will be published on qhrai.net, in Horse Resource and Speed Horse Magazine as soon as they are finalized. QHRAI will also be mailing this information directly to you. Nominations and Sustaining payments should be mailed to: QHRAI Attn. Valerie Smith P.O. Box 172 Harmony, IN 47853 Questions? phone 812-223-2843

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QHRAI News

Quarter Horse Market in Indiana= VERY Strong.

By Tom Mosley

Photo By Shelley©

F

or anyone who was in doubt, the numbers speak for themselves…. The Racing Quarter Horse market in Indiana is very strong. Indiana owners and breeders are ready to drop the big dime on quality, well bred horses, here are some of the facts and figures from the Winter Mixed Sale at Heritage Place. Seventeen horses were purchased by Indiana residents; broodmares, race age, yearlings and stallions, averaging over $11,000 per head and totaling over $200,000. Here is a taste of what’s coming to Indiana...

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Ojo Loca. A 10 year old Mr Eye Opener mare, she was an All American Finalists, and graded stakes placed winner

of nearly $80,000. With just one starter she has already produced a stakes placed runner of over $50,000. In Foal to Azoom. Price Tag ? $29,000…............. Coming to Indiana !!! Royal Repertoire. A 5 year old Corona Cartel mare whose dam is Royaltime Classic (Champion Aged Mare) and earner of $399,000. Sold Open. Price Tag? $17,000…..........… Coming to Indiana!!! Identity Theft. A 9 year old Stallion. Sire- Fishers Dash. Dam- Mystic Identity multiple graded stakes producing daughter of Easy Jet. This “Indiana Stud” is a G1 winner of over $225,000. He already has a fancy produce of only 2 crops and is a graded stakes producer. Price Tag? $35,000….........…. Coming to Indiana!!! Omerta. A 2 year old by No Secrets Here and out of a Dashing Val mare who has already produced a $100,000 graded stakes earner. The second dam is the dam of Dutch Schultz earner of over $350,000. Price Tag? $23,000…………. Coming to Indiana!!! A True Stoli. A Stoli mare whose first dam is by Toltac and is a half sister to Rare Form, the first dam is also the producer of multiple graded stakes winners. In Foal to Teller Cartel. Price Tag? $25,000…….……Coming to Indiana !!!

This is just a sample of the “Horse Power” that made its way from Heritage Place to Indiana pastures a couple of weeks ago. Now put these numbers together with the $100,000 that was purchased at the fall mixed sale at Heritage Place and the $200,000 that sold at QHRAI’s Speed Sale and we have over $500,000 that has been spent on Racing Quarter Horses since the end of the meet at Hoosier Park in October. It’s obvious that there are plenty of Hoosiers ready to pay good money for quality horses with superior pedigrees. Breeders…. You have to ask yourself, are you keeping up? Over 4 million dollars was paid out in purse money in 2011, well over 50% to Indiana Owners and Breeders. How much did you reinvest?

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Quarter Horse Racing Association of Indiana Supporting the Quarter Horse Racing Industry in Indiana since 1966

Stallions still available from the 2012 QHRAI Stallion Service Auction •

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Don’t Miss Out!! A Dash Of Color Adrians Jolla Afrashad

$1,000 $1,000 $1,000

Bed Bath And Beyond Boknaii Busy Charger Carlos O’Toole

$750 $1,500 $350 $750

$750 Min Bid; farm fee incl

Cats And Dogs Chick Buster Bar Chick Happens

Farm fee: $500

$500 $1,500 $1,500

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Chief Corona Contend Corona Top Cat Cosino Crush

$750

Favourite Colours First Down Leaving First Prize Perry First Wrangler

P/T

Genuine Strawfly

$300 Farm fee

$2,000

$1,000 Min Bid; NM resident not eligible

$1,000 $1,000

Grand Chance (TB) Guys Streakin Volley Hiclass La Jolla I Want It Now Iced N Oak

$500 $600 $1,500 $1,500 $1,200

$750 $1,500

Indy Mood Itsallaboutspeed

$1,000

$150 Farm fee

$500 Farm fee

$750

Farm fee $200

$750 Min Bid; NM resident not eligible

$250 Farm fee

Jess An Idea

$1,000

Jodys Money Pop

$1,250 $950

$400 $2,500

$500 Farm fee

$2,500

$600 Farm fee

$250 Farm fee

tba $1,200

$250 Farm fee

Eyesa Special

$250 Farm fee

$4,000

OK resident or mare in OK not eligible

Eckelson Executive Menace

$750 $1,000

$500 Farm fee

Jess Shake Em Up Jewels First Moon

Dee Barn

$350 Farm fee

$1,000

$400 Farm fee, Min Bid $600 + chute

Dealagame

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Falcon Lake

Gonamakeyoureyesblue

$350 Farm fee, Min Bid $450 + chute

Chicks Dash Easy

Following is a list of the stallion breedings remaining for sale up until July 1, 2012 in the QHRAI 2011 Stallion Service Auction. If the breeding sells through our auction, all foals conceived in 2012 become eligible for nomination to the 2015 SSA Futurity (RG3) and for the 2016 SSA Derby. Breedings remaining for sale after the auction may be purchased for one half the advertised fee or a minimum of $250, whichever is greater. Purchaser must be a member of QHRAI; dues are $25 per year. Membership applications may be printed from the opening page QHRAI.NET. To purchase a breeding, contact Teresa Gross, SSA Secretary, P.O. Box 307, Lebanon, Indiana, 46052. Telephone (765) 676-9810.

Jumpn Chic

$100 Farm fee

Looking for Glory (TB) Mezoomn More Nachos Mr Joe Im Kool Mr Ottyes

My Designated Driver Onthewingsofglory Pepsi Fame Quicksstraw Rare Jet Extremes Rare News Separate Rainbow Sir Runaway Dash

$750 $600

$1,500

Streak And Dash

$2,500

Striking Colors Struttin To Beduino

$200 Farm fee $350 Farm fee

$1,000

$200 Farm fee

$500 $1,000 $1,000 $750

$100 Farm fee

$500 $1,200

$250 Farm fee

$750 $1,000

$500 Farm fee, Min bid $750; farm fee included

Special Willie Specially Alluring

$500 Farm fee

Kelowna Kash

Kings Honor Bars La Jollas Gold Laico Ladiesman Leaders Luck

Swissle Stick (TB)

$1,500

$350 Farm fee

$1,500 $1,000 $750

$250 Farm fee

P/T $750 $750 $1,000 $2,000

$100 Farm fee

$750 $1,500

$500 Farm fee

$850

$250 Farm fee

P/T $1,200

$100 Farm fee

$1,000

Ten Streaks The Gray Menace Tinys First Corona Too Tough To Catch Tres Fortunes

$1,500

$250 Farm fee

$1,500 $750

DECEASED $1,200

$100 Farm Fee

$1,500

VF Silver Money Cat Creek Slew Dr. McDreamy The Jesster Such Easy Cash SUPPLEMENTS: Hez Fast As Cash Ladys Copper Jet Silver Devil First Down Illisuion Sweet First Down Special Crown Royal Monti’s Lad Streakin Victor Feintastic

$350 Farm fee

$500 $1,500 $1,000 $500

$200 Farm fee

$1,000 $2,000

$400 Farm fee

$250 $250 $2,500

$700 Farm fee

$1,500

$250 Farm fee

$2,000

$350 Farm fee

$500 $500 $1,000

Call farm for Farm fee

$500 Farm fee

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Lead The Field now In Indiana! Special Effort si 104 Special Leader si 103 Miss Eye Opener si 98

LEAD THE FIELD si 97, $75,176 Easily Smashed si 99 Dela Creme Smash si 111 Roman Creme TB

Multiple AAA Sire! 100% Money Earners, & 75% (41) ROM from 53 Starters! 3-Time Grade 1 Finalist at Ruidoso & Los Alamitos!

2012 Fee: $1,000 Cooled Semen Available

Eligibilities: Speedhorse Races, QHRAI, FQHRA & Iowa Double Gold

WEST CEnTrAL VETErInAry SErVICES P.O. Box 150 • Rockville, IN 47872 • Ted Harpold, DVM • (765) 569-3210

Clocked AAA Speed at 350, 400 & 440 yards, Outrunning... • Champion TRES SEIS si 97 ($856,901) • FORTUNE FLYER si 105 ($267,338) • HARLEY MAN si 102 ($185,354)

Streakin Six si 104 Streakin La Jolla si 99 Bottom’s Up si 82

LA JOLLAS GOLD si 88

Rocket Wrangler si 97 Pockatus Gold si 98 Pockatu si 98

2012 Fee: $1,000 • Cooled Semen Available

Eligibilities: Speedhorse Races, QHRAI, FQHRA & Iowa Double Gold

AAA Stakes Sire/Champion Barrel Sire!

also standing....

Champion/Champion Sire!

DASHInG VAL si 108, $328,594 (Dash For Cash si 114-Audra Do si 101, Jet Spice si 99)

Sire of... • Money Earners of Nearly $12 Million! • Average Earnings of $20,000 Per Starter! • 17 $100,000+ Money Earners! • 76 Blacktype Earners!

2012 Fee: $2,500 • Frozen Semen Only

Multiple AAA Sire, Including...

• Stakes Placed Winner Pappy La Jolla si 96 ($7,133) • Stakes Placed Streak N Jolla • 5-Time Winner STREAKIN PAST YA si 94 ($26,999) • 2-Time Winner HIGH LA JOLLAS si 99 ($15,766) Just To Name A Few! Sire of Multiple Barrel Race Winners, Including Pro Rodeo/1D & Barrel Futurity Champion A BIT OF GOLD DUST (2011, $100,000+), BFA World 4D Futurity Amateur Champion MISS GOLD PROMISE, 2-Time Reserve Barrel Champion SLYS GOLD, etc

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IBRA IBRA NEWS

Story By: Shane Cline Photos by: Puhl’s Photography

News

IBRA NATIONAL UPDATES

Hello Everyone, We hope that you and your families have had blessed holidays. If you or someone you know are in need of our prayers please email Shane@ibra. us and we will list you under our Christian Corner. Please see the Christian Corner and our Facebook for weekly scripture passages along with prayers and thoughts that revolve around the passage. Thanks to everyone who attended our IBRA Futurity and Preferred Show in Murfreesboro, TN. Interviews and results will follow in next months issue. We hope to see everyone back in Lewisburg, OH for our second futurity of the year running March 29th-April 1st. We hope to finalize our announcement as to where the National Finals will be in the coming month. There will be a couple new Preferred Shows this year in Cloverdale, IN. These show bills along with the Match Race will be out soon. Good luck to everyone and see you soon! Shane

State News INDIANA

January Newsletter Well another year has come and gone. For me that means more pounds put on from the holidays and another year older. I don’t look forward to trying to diet because I am horrible at it and exercising doesn’t agree with me at all. I do look forward to riding my horse and all the IBRA shows now available in Indiana. If you haven’t checked out our web site @ IBRA.us you are really missing a lot. And don’t forget to look up our Facebook page @ IBRA of Indiana. Lots of great news about shows and happenings that are going on in the state. There is a rumor of a IBRA north vs south state show fund-raiser barrel race brewing on our face book page. I tell you I turn my back and the reps run wild but stay tuned for all the fun! I am also pleased to tell everyone that we now have made $236 for this years Indiana charity: Susan G. Komen. A big Thanks go out to Bronson, Penny, and Danielle Bart who generously donated their time to sell 50/50 tickets at the January C Bar C show on Saturday. And another big thanks go out to all the barrel racers that bought the tickets to help with this years Indiana charity. That makes barrel racing a great family fun activity and a way to give to a charity that helps fight breast cancer. Now if it could just figure out how barrel racing could help me lose weight. Oh well, I may not see you on the tread mill but I will definitely see you on a horse. Linda, IN State Director

Welcome to all the new members. Again remember, if there are questions or new ideas please let me know. Take care, Patti Ferguson, WI State Director

Hello NJ Members, I’m Therese Janwich. I just want to say it is an honor to take over as Director of IBRA NJ.

Hope everyone had a very Merry Christmas and a Happy and very safe New Year. The winter series are well under way and they have been very exciting. Chism Trail again this year is having a very successful series with very

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Just a quick recap from the IBRA finals in Ohio that was held in Oct. Of course we are all aware that Karissa Gipple and her great horse Yo Down were the Youth champions winning the long go and the Youth finals and also finishing 3rd in the short go of the Open Finals after placing in the 1D of both preliminary open rounds. Jessica Demell and Ima Lil Outlaw placed 2nd in the 4D youth and Ima Six Gun Smoking and Jessica placed 6th. Megan Griffin and Moon Lark Bars placed 10th in the 1D of the Open finals and Josie Teeters and Leos Sandy Baby placed 7th in the 4D. Lisa Steibs and Sunny placed 2nd in the 2D of the Masters long go. I was very proud of everyone from Wisconsin that attended the finals. Everyone was very friendly and showed great sportsmanship.

NEW JERSEY

WISCONSIN

502-239-4000 office 502-239-4100 fax Shane@ibra.us

good attendance. Showtime Arena is having their first IBRA approved winter series and we are grateful to be included in their very successful program. Pam and her staff do an excellent job putting on these very well attended large shows. The weather is helping a great deal being unseasonably warm and no snow so far. For results on these shows, points updates and show approvals please go to the WI home page on the IBRA website. Any time you have questions please e-mail or call me.

I have a lot of fresh ideas to get NJ back up and running. For those who don’t know me, I was the Director of NJ for three years before Anjel took the directorship. I have over 20 years of Barrel racing experience. I was a founding member of Shodeo and went all the way to holding a procard for SRA and IPRA.

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IBRA NEWS Myself and Katy Fischer, who is my state rep, have a lot of fresh ideas and we are fine tuning them. We will be having a benefit ride on March 18th @ the Hedger House in Chatsworth NJ. Please see the NJ home page for flier. It should be a fun time. We are working on Shows in NJ. As soon as we finalize them , we will let all of you know . If anybody knows of a place they would like to ride, let me know. I will do my best to make it happen. Any comments, concerns ,complaints, please don’t hesitate to contact me. Thanks, Therese Janwich, NJ State Director

KENTUCKY

Hello Everyone, What a mild, yet beautiful winter we have had thus far. This has been great for those of us without access to an indoor arena allowing many to continue barrel racing much further into winter than usual. I hope everyone has noticed a much more diverse area of approved shows compared to our usual winter show season. This has been accomplished through co-approving with IN. Saddle Up Arena and Yankeetown Arena are two fine arenas not far across the river that offer fine facilities. C Bar C (Crossroads Arena) in Cloverdale, IN has also reopened and is producing several IBRA Super Shows and KY co-approved shows. Most notably we would like thank our in state arenas for their continued support including Hodge Arena, Branum Farms and Red Barn Arena. Please note our newest sponsor Turan Quarter Horses, home to Duckin Fire. We are doing a stallion raffle to support the year end awards program. Please see details on web. If you have any questions please do not hesitate to ask. Thanks, Shane Cline

TENNESSEE

Hello TN IBRA Members, I just wanted to wish everyone a Happy New Year and the best of Luck this year in your barrel racing events. I am working on the sponsorship program now and hope to have it updated within the next week so please check the website. I will have candles to sale for a fund raiser this winter and possibly candy bars again in the early spring. Please check the website for updated show approvals and results. See ya down the road! Jamie, TN State Director

MISSISSIPPI

Looking forward to a new season. My name is Sherri Surman, I’m the new director. Still looking for new arenas to sanction shows. Hopefully we can put together a state show in August. If anyone has any suggestions or feedback please feel free to contact me anytime . It’s going to be a great season! Sheri, MS State Director

NEW YORK

Hello Everyone, welcome to 2012. We have some new fund raisers this year including the following clinic. Shannon Hartenstein is holding a barrel clinic for beginners through advanced. Hartenstein specializes in well broke barrel horses. This clinic is open to all ages.**The proceeds from this clinic will be donated to the NY IBRA award fund**CHECK OUT OUR HOME PAGE FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION Ellen, NY State Director

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Pictures provided by the Minnemans and The Fast Horse Resource

What’s the Scoop

Jessie Minneman Returns the Favor to her AQHA mare, Gracie

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Indiana’s First “in clinic” Stem cell Treatment

essie Minneman has been around horses most of her life. Growing up with horses was the norm for her as was being successful competing at horse shows in several different classes. Jessie has shown Halter, Showmanship, Western Pleasure, Horsemanship, Trail and Western Riding at levels as high as the All American Quarter Horse Congress with success. She lives in Milan, Indiana and is supported in her horse related activities by her parents, Julie and Jim Minneman. Her dad, Jim, is a blacksmith so he’s been around - and knows his share about - horses. Jessie’s horse showing days almost came to an end in the summer of 2007. On July 15 she was at a horse show riding a gelding that she had ridden many times before when it started to rain. Her dad asked her to dismount and stand under a tarp until the rain passed, which she did. Once the rain stopped, Jessie then remounted and made her way to the make-up arena on her gelding. While in the make-up arena, her horse suddenly began to buck, catching Jessie off guard. She managed to stay on and get him stopped, but as soon as she thought it was over, he reared up and fell over on her. He then scrambled to get up, slipping and retrying. In the process of trying to get up, he kicked Jessie in the head. While still conscience, Jessie tried to get away. Immediately medical help was on the way and Jessie was flown directly to Methodist Hospital in Indianapolis. She spent a long two weeks in the hospital and during that time was in ICU and in a coma for five of those days. Doctors finally released Jessie to return home and the first thing she did was head to the barn to see her horse. Jessie’s confidence had been shaken, but she was determined to get back in the saddle. It was just going to have to be a special horse that could give her a sense of security and help her regain the confidence she had lost. While at the Quarter Horse Congress the fall of 2007, and on crutches, Jessie and her family found Gracie. “My Good Sugar” is her registered name. She is a beautiful red roan mare and Jessie fell in love with her. The Minneman’s purchased the mare and took her home, Jessie immediately starting building a relationship with the mare, but it was December before she got the courage to climb on her back. Once she did, the rest was history. Gracie and Jessie became a great team. Slowly, Gracie patiently waitied for Jessie to get the courage to trot, then to lope. Gracie built Jessie’s confidence one step at a time. The team went on to compete at their first show in April of the following year and never looked back. The have obtained many titles, including AQHA Congress success as well as leading the IQHA for three years. Memories were made and a bond was established that was so strong that when it came time to return the favor, Jessie had to give it a try.

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You see, in April of 2011, Gracie started showing signs of lameness in her rear left ankle. She was diagnosed with arthritis. The Minnemans were determined to get Gracie help if it was out there. After what she had done for Jessie, they felt they owed it to her. They tried four different vets until the finally heard about Dr. Brad King of King Veterinary Clinic in Daleville, Indiana. Dr. King performed Indiana’s first “in clinic” stem cell treatment on Gracie. The treatment was performed at his clinic just off of Interstate 69 on December 5, 2011. When you mention stem cell treatment most people have an immediate reaction due to the publicized controversy over using embryonic stem cells. However, the treatment we are referring to here is done by a completely different way of obtaining stem cells. They come from the fat of the patients themselves. During the procedure, fat is removed from the horse’s hip and then stem cells are separated from the adipose (fat) tissue. They are then activated with MediVet’s patented LED technology. Once activated, these cells are administered intravenously. This helps to promote regeneration in damaged areas, like tendon and ligament injuries, bone fractures, and cartilage degeneration. Check out www.medivet-america.com to see if this treatment may work for your equine partner. Gracie will continue to visit Dr. King for follow up treatments. We will follow up with her progress and keep you posted.


Barks N Bits

The people around here are getting all excited, I guess I am too. It’s almost time for the baby horses to start arriving again. I just love playing with those little boogers. They are way more fun than ol’ “YeeHaw” the Court Jester.

with our favorite

Jack Russel Terrier...

Bella

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Happy Valentine’s Day have to admit, so far, winter in Indiana has not been so bad. Compared to my past experience, this year has been extremely mild. (There was a cold spell there at the end of December, but it passed rather quickly.) I am enjoying being able to head down to the barn without having to be dressed in my doggie coat. Yes, I admit it.....I have a coat (I mean, a coat besides the one God gave me.) I love my doggie coat when it is cold. It keeps me really warm. It also gives me clout with all the other dogs. The only problem is that it kind of hinders the mouse hunting. Sometimes it gets wadded up under my feet and trips me up if I work too hard while I’m out and about with it on. As long as none of the other dogs see me all tangled up in the thing, no harm done. I just have to wait for one of the people to come and straighten it out. It is a “hand me down” from a dog that lived here long before me. I think I’ve heard them refer to my predicessor as “Dauber the Dachshund.” He was a weiner-dog, just like Princess Annabelle. If I’ve learned anything about those kind of dogs after living with one for two years, it’s that they think they are in charge of everyone....and that people were put here to serve them. If Dauber was anything like my roomate, Annabelle, I don’t think we would’ve gotten along very well. (Although I am happy to have inherited his doggie coat - and may he rest in peace.)

Sun Frost X May Easy Jet by Easy Max An Own son of SUN FROST!!

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I don’t think the Donkey likes dogs very much. He tends to kick quite often in my general vicinity and pins those super-sized ears back whenever I - or any of the other dogs - am within striking distance. Maybe it’s just me...he is smaller than all of the other horse-like animals around here, but I’m a little leary when a foot that is as hard as a rock comes flying at my head. He just laughs his ever-so-annoying laugh, but I don’t see the humor. On the other hand, sometimes I do get a chuckle out of him. He is rather funny to watch from a distance. The other day he got tangled up in a horse blanket (he’s quite the nib-nose.) He ended up spooking and dragging the thing around the yard thinking it was attacking him. I could hardly move for days afterwards, I laughed so hard - my sides ached. He also thinks he can escape from under corral gates by rolling under them. He did it a few times when he was a baby and hasn’t forgotten that it worked at one time. When he gets mad (and he does quite often) he throws himself down next to a gate and starts rolling over and over. Then he stops and looks around to see if he has managed to roll over to the other side of the fence (where the grass is greener...Hee Haw Haw!! sorry, I couldn’t resist.) The donkey is quite a trip. They need to put him on YouTube. Maybe I’ll see if I can master the video camera next. Until next month.... Countin the days til the babies arrive...... (Yes, I can count....)

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Form & Function - What effect do they have on each other? Article By Dr. Steve Fisch, DVM When looking at a horse’s rear legs consider that the hindquarter muscles are the horse’s “engine” generating energy as the fibers contract and release. That energy is transformed through the hips, stifles, hocks, and fetlocks. The angles of these joints allow them to close and open to provide propulsion. The forelegs support about 60% to 65% of a horse’s weight. This is why a horse is naturally on the forehand. They also have propulsive ability but the front legs main function is that of steering and support. The angles in both front and rear limbs help absorb shock as they close and then deliver energy again as they open.

Just a few weeks ago I was eating breakfast with an illustrious group of farriers. While we were waiting for everyone to arrive I was telling the group about a horse that I had performed a purchase exam on. I told them that the owner wanted to know if he could correct a certain conformation fault on a four year old. One of the farriers said it was five years to late. The farrier made a good point with the answer. The best time to correct a horse’s conformation is before conception when the sire and dam are being chosen. Conformation traits, both good and bad, tend to pass on to future generations. The problem is that most of us don’t get to choose our horse’s parents and even if we did we need to know what to look for. Advising a future owner on a horse’s conformation is just part of what a purchase exam is all about but it is a very important part. The first thing to remember is that all top athletes need to have good conformation and be structurally correct but there are differences when comparing different disciplines. The next important point to remember is that there will always be horses that perform at the very best of their breed or discipline that have less than ideal conformation. So when we see that horse that is toed out, bench kneed, low heeled, with a straight stifle that just qualified to the reining championships in Gladstone, or won the Hampton Classic in jumping, the Triple Crown in racing, etc. do we forget about aiming for the ideal conformation when choosing a horse? The answer is no. We use it as part of the big picture of the whole horse and our intended use for him. We use it as information when formulating our final decision. Balance is also an aspect to consider when looking at conformation. Your potential horse may have nice straight legs, good sloping shoulders and fetlocks but he may be heavily muscled on the forehand and have little muscling in the rear quarters or no “engine” for energy.

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A straight angled hind limb may include a straight stifle and a straight stifle is more prone to upward fixation of the patella or “catching in his stifle”. A rear leg with straight hocks and stifles is more prone to concussive related injuries because the shock absorbing angles aren’t there. A rear leg that is too angled is more subject to degenerative joint disease (DJD) of the hock. This is because of the compressive forces put on the bones of the front of the hock. Fetlocks with too much slope or angle of the fetlocks on the front or rear legs can cause damage to the suspensory ligament or flexors tendons. This is because an excessive angle causes these structures to become stretched to tight when put under stress. Conformationally correct front legs are important to an athletic horse because they support 60% to 65% of his weight. The forearm, knees (carpus), and cannon bone need to be in alignment. If the knee is offset to the left or right and the forearm and cannon bone come in and out of it anywhere but in the center this will cause one side or the other of the knee to wear out faster. If the horse is “back at the knee” it will predispose him to chip fractures in the knee. These wear and tear problems result because the leg is out of balance. This is one place genetics plays a strong role. Some horse may have crooked legs but they may have joints that are made of very strong and well made cartilage. This is why it is good to know the soundness history of your horse’s relatives if it is something that can be found out. These will be the horses that defy the good conformation logic. They may have poor conformation, but they are genetically superior in other areas. Having an eye for good conformation is part science and part art. Knowing how to recognize it comes from looking at thousands of horses and from knowing how all the parts fit together. Make sure when you are choosing your next horse that you have a veterinarian who is knowledgeable in equine conformation to evaluate the horse. But keep in mind that it is not the veterinarian’s job to predict how well any given horse will suit your intended use. The veterinarian’s job is to provide you with information so you can make an informed decision about your horse’s suitability.

Submit your questions for the vet to us at thehorseresource@msn.com

We would like to help you get your horse health questions answered by a knowledgeable equine veterinarian. If you’ll submit your questions to us via email, we will present them to a qualified veteranarian that specialize in equine health and then publish the question along with the vet’s response in a future issue of The Horse Resource. Ask away.....

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The mood around here seems to be think spring. Soon our horses will be shedding their winter coats & the show season will be starting up again in full force. If you haven’t checked the status of your brushes yet, now might be the time. Brushes do need to be replaced from time to time as they get worn out. Do you need to add some new brushes? Or better yet getting a whole new grooming box? The Custom Equine can help you with that task. The Custom Equine can paint you just about any design or logo that you would like on your brushes. Right: Here is a custom brush box & brushes. If you have an old brush box that needs spruced up you can send it in or you can feel free to purchase a new one as well

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Above: Custom brushes also make a great gift if you are running low on ideas or also nice awards. Along with brushes & brush boxes Tiffany of The Custom Equine also makes stable signs & ribbon displays.

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CMSA News

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1st Ohio Cowboy Mounted Shooters Shotgun Fun?

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ATTENTION SHOOTERS>>> CMSA has a new class! Cowboy Mounted SHOTGUN competition shall be accomplished with the first five balloon targets being engaged with a 45 single action revolver and the second two targets being engaged with a double barrel shotgun. The Rundown in mounted competition consists of five balloon targets usually in a straight line, however the Rundown in SHOTGUN will consist of two balloon targets placed in position 1 and 3 or 2 and 4. Penalties are the same as CMSA revolver rules, 5 seconds for every missed target. For the new SHOTGUN class the shotgun type shall be a side by side, “coach gun style” and can either have external hammers or internal firing pins (no visible external hammers). Barrel length no shorter than 18 inches with an overall length of at least 26 inches. Any gauge shotgun is legal, however, an adapter will be required on all, except for a .410 guage. This shotgun requires no adaptation to fire pistol ammo. CMSA will track points and recognize the 2012 point winners at the State, Regional and National levels. The divisions will be the same as in the Rifle class, Limited (levels 1-3) and Open (levels 4-6). There will be no gender split in the National Rifle/Shotgun points programs.

experienced seasoned shooters. Come ride and learn from Rock how to set up for the turns and cut fractions on your ride for the win! Details are on the 1st Ohio web site, www.1stohio.com Special Congratulations to first time Grandparents, Rick and Diana Sage on December 9th, 2011 TREVOR “DINOSAUR” SAGE (that’s the name Trevor chose) officially became a member of the Sage family! Congrats also to the proud dad, Mike and (diana’s favorite daughter in law) mom, Jackie! I would like to introduce Kylee Scott, a 1st Ohio Wrangler. She is in the first grade and a very good student. Kylee competes on Sky a pretty paint horse that she shares with her sister Kaitlin Tesmer. Kylee enjoys spending time hanging out with and the friendly competition of other Wranglers at the shoots. She is also busy training her own pony “Spike” for Cowboy Mounted Shooting. Spike is a great trail pony however, Kylee says he has some arena issues that need work. Watch for Kylee at the 1st Ohio shoots, she usually wears beautiful long dresses that flow in the wind while riding Sky! Just imagine coming to a 1st Ohio shoot for the weekend, dressin up in your Sunday Cowboy or Cowgirl duds, bucklen up your chinks, saddling up Ole’Buck, grabbin you favorite cowboy hat and strappin on your 6 shooters to ride and shoot all weekend, AND NOW you can shoot Rifle and Shotgun! Just like the Cowboys of the Old West! You’all are invited to any 1st Ohio Shoot to experience the thrill...so git your western on and give Cowboy Mounted Shootin a try. HAPPY NEW YEAR! Buckskin Barbee cmsa65@aol.com 513 367-0644

Trevor “Dinosaur” Sage 1st Ohio has a Rock Clark Clinic coming up in March. Rock Clark, a Tennessee Cowboy Mounted Shooting Champion will share his expertise in coarse management as well as tips to getting that all important smooth ride with your horse. The clinic will be open to beginner shooters and

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1st Ohio CMSA CALENDAR OF EVENTS: 3/17/2012 Rock Clark Clinic TBA TBA Russ Imler 937-673-4710


CMSA News Indiana Rough Rider

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Howdy everyone and welcome to the February issue of the Fast Horse Resource Magazine and another segment of Indiana Rough Riders Cowboy Mounted Shooting. This is the time of year when we start receiving phone calls and emails from people wanting to get started in Cowboy Mounted Shooting or from shooters wanting to purchase or start a new horse. I’d like to do something a little different in this issue and touch on some of the most common questions we get and address them for you. Q: How do I train my horse to gunfire?

A: If you want to get your horse off to a good start and it’s your first time I strongly urge you and your horse to attend a CMSA clinic hosted by one of the local clubs. This is where we usually have our quickest and best results. Last year IRR held a new shooter’s clinic in New Castle, IN. We had 18 new horses and at the end of the clinic we were shooting courses on 17 of them. There are ways to train your horse at home; however I strongly suggest you talk to a Cowboy Mounted Shooter for advice before starting. It’s easier to train a horse correctly from the start than it is to retrain a horse not started correctly. Q: How long does it take to train a shooting horse? A: This primarily depends on two things. One is the horse’s willingness to accept new obstacles, to negotiate the courses while being ridden one handed, and to accept gunfire. The other is how the rider/ trainer presents the whole package to the horse. Unfortunately, there are horses that never fully accept the gunfire even when wearing ear plugs and there are those that just don’t have the athletic ability to run and turn the courses. For the ones that do accept it all, it still takes generally a year of practice and competition to get most of the issues worked out and things working smoothly between horse and rider. Q: I bought a horse that’s been trained to gunfire for CMSA, would it be safe to shoot off of him in the woods? A: Not necessarily, most competition horses associate the gunfire with being in the arena and seeing the balloons so they are expecting to hear the gunfire. If you take a shot at something out in the woods without the horse expecting it, things may not work out as well as you had hoped. A horse gets startled and jumps just like we do at a loud unexpected noise. Think of it this way, you may be lighting fire crackers all night long, throwing them out in front of everyone and not flinching at all, but, if someone puts one on the ground behind you and lights it unexpectedly you’ll most likely jump out of your skin when it goes off. Your horse reacts the same way. But don’t worry; there are ways to overcome this with your horse if you want to shoot off him in places other than competition. Q: What type of guns and holsters should I buy? A: The caliber and type of gun is a .45 long colt, single action, no rear site and a fixed front site. Manufacturer is a personal choice and we all have our favorites based on reliability, and of course, price. Given that, based on barrel length, grip width, weight, hammer design, and a

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few other things, I wouldn’t recommend buying anything until you’ve had a chance to handle a few different models and styles. Holsters are the same way. Side holsters, cross draws and front holsters have to all be considered. Once again, a clinic is an excellent place to do this. At most clinics, different styles of guns and holsters are available for you to handle, examine, evaluate. and use to help determine what’s best for you. One of the worst things you can do is spend a lot of money on a set of guns and holsters that you’re not pleased with when you start using them in competition. Q: What’s the general cost to attend a clinic? A: The clinic price varies from club to club depending on arena cost and a few other things. You can usually figure a range of $45 to $75 per person. Most clubs will have fliers on their website with information and cost on upcoming clinics. Q: Where are the shooting competitions for CMSA held? A: We are very fortunate to have three clubs in Indiana. The Indiana Rough Riders (IRR) in the Central and Southern part of the state. The Indiana Mounted Regulators (IMR) in the Northern part and the Illiana Rangers in the West/Southwest part of the state. There are also two clubs in Ohio, 1st Ohio and the Northern Ohio Clubs. All of these clubs have their own websites with schedules and locations of their shoots. If you live in Indiana you should be able to find a few competitions within an hour or two of your home. The club websites can be found by going to www.cmsa.com . Q: What’s the best advice you can give me for getting started in Cowboy Mounted Shooting? A: CLINIC!! CLINIC!! CLINIC!! I can’t stress this enough! Attend a clinic similar to the one IRR will be hosting at the Henry County Saddle Club New Castle, Indiana on May 12, 2012. Check out the different styles of guns, holsters and period clothing. Listen to the instructors and don’t be afraid to ask questions. If you don’t want to wait to go to a clinic, go to one of the club web sites and call the president of a local club. We do have a few cowboys and cowgirls that give private lessons. Any one of us will be glad to help you get started in the right direction. This covers the most common questions I am normally asked about Cowboy Mounted Shooting. I hope it’s been informative and educational. If you have any other questions, please contact me at mac6gun@gmail .com or call at (765)561-3148. You can also contact any of the other CMSA club presidents. That’s all for this month, Keep those cylinders a spinnin’ and God Bless! Bryan McDonald Indiana Rough Riders President

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TEEN CORRAL w/Clint Van

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Happy Valentines Day!!!! Hope everyone had a wonderful New Year! I got a little time off from college for Christmas and got to spend some time in Florida.... It was great. So far no complaints about Indiana weather, afraid to speak to soon. Went to Cloverdale over the weekend and got a couple checks. It was a nice show, the Harlan’s have really done some hard work, the place looked great and the ground was good.

Smile, Critter! (Love the shirt!!)

Shaley Jackson & “Hollywood”

This month I would like to introduce to you:

Do your parents or siblings ride: no

Miss Shaley Ann Jackson

Hobbies: Softball, Barrel Racing, Photography and SADD ( Students Against Destructive Decisions) I go and talk to youth about making unsafe decisions.

Age and Education: 17, a senior at Frankton High School. After High School I plan to attend a four year college to major in marketing. Hometown: Frankton, Indiana Parents: Jackson

Jennifer Jackson and William

Siblings: Seth: 19 and Jaden: 3

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Employment: Cowpokes in Anderson Indiana “Stop By” How long have you rode barrel horses and how did you get started? I was seven and we went to a horse show down the road and they put me on a horse, the rest was history. My grandfather also had horses.

Tell me about your barrel horse: His registered name is “BH Is Convincing “ aka “ Hollywood” he is 14 years old and is reining bred. Where do you show: I compete mostly close to home. I can usually only show in the


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summer because I am so busy with softball during school.

4:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. - work at Cowpokes then ride, feed my horse and homework.

Miss Jackson’s day is fullfilled with the following: 7:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. - school

When Spring gets here I will have softball everyday and then Summer is ALL ABOUT MY HORSE AND BARREL RACING.

Do you have a 2012 resolution: I would like to try and eat heathier. Until next month, Ride hard, but smart,

Clint

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A New Year How Refreshing

Clint is an 18 year old recent graduate of East Central High School. His parents are Terrie VanVolkenburgh and respectively Joe Trentman. He has grown up in the horse world, both parents have rode almost all their life...Clint's grandfather as some of you may remember was the late Terry VanVolkenburgh, who would run up and down the fences when his daughters would run barrels. Clint began barrel racing at the age of 4 with a pony, then went on to particpate in Jr. Rodeo and his favorite event was the sheep riding, had to believe he is now a barrel racer. He has won the Ohio Youth NBHA and Indiana Youth and Open NBHA , he has also won the congress youth barrel four times, and was runner up in the Congress Sweepstakes, placed at Josey Jr. world numerous times, and won the NBHA Youth World 1d in 2006. He loves to barrel race and is now trying his hand at the futurities. In Clint's spare time he mows grass for a part time job and is also very active in his church where he and his cousins are bible school helpers. Clint also volunteers one day a week at a school in Cincinatti where he spends time tutoring other kids in reading.

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s I sit here typing this months newsletter from the IHSRA, it is snowing like crazy outside! Of course, I live in northern Indiana, so it’s a little hard to avoid this time of year! Can you believe our season is half over already? It seems like it just began! Where did the time go? I guess it’s true what they say “Time flies when you’re having fun!” During this rodeo down time it can be very challenging to find things to write about. I spend a lot of time thinking….and thinking…(ok… Day dreaming) of things to tell you all about. I was typing up my Athlete of the Month Bio’s the other day and got to thinkin’, if someone was to ask ME what I liked the most about the Indiana High School Rodeo Association, I would have to tell them just how much I loved the opportunities it presented to not only my kids, but to us as parents as well. I’m not gonna lie….it can be very frustrating, it is costly, and you spend A LOT of hours on the road, in the heat, the sun, the rain, and sometimes in a heaping amount of mud. But despite all of that, you are spending quality time with your kids. Precious time and memories they will remember forever. Because of our involvement with the IJRA, our kids learned a sport not offered in school that taught them first hand responsibility and accountability as well as opened the door to future opportunities. They were introduced to a wonderful new group of friends and made some friendships that will last a lifetime. Because of MY involvement in IJRA I learned that being a “Rodeo Mom” is a lot like being a cheerleader, but trading the skirt and pom-poms in for “full western attire plus a hat.” I also learned the difference between the wad of ropes thrown in my hands on the way to the arena, and how to use my sock as a flag on a breakaway rope in a pinch when your son has forgotten his as he’s entering the arena…(priceless!) Because of our involvement in the IHSRA, my kids were able to fulfill a lot of the opportunities presented to them at the IJRA level, including college and scholarships. We have traveled to the High School Rodeo Nationals in Springfield, Illinois, Farmington, New Mexico, and Gillette, Wyoming and met people from all over the US, Canada, and Australia. We have seen NFR cowboys and cowgirls take time out of their schedules to come watch and inspire high school kids on their way to rodeo stardom and fame.

We have seen the Great Divide, wild mustangs, and canyons and ravines you only see on postcards. We’ve taken the long way from Gillette to Sheridan Wyoming seeing the vast openness and beauty of the western countryside, got to visit the King Ropes Museum, and spent a day traveling up the Big Horn Mountain on a one lane dirt road that made my heart do a million flip flops and grandma cuss like a sailor! (Just kidding, she did cuss a little. She was pretty scared!) We’ve spent countless weekends camping with great friends and sat at numerous campfires celebrating birthdays and reminiscing about our own youthful yesteryears. I was fortunate to be at all but one Lexington Father-Son basketball showdowns (IHSRA exclusive) and blessed to see first time catches, record barrel/pole runs, and come-back bull rides that make you cry. And if that same someone was to ask me what MY most memorable moment was from my 10 year involvement with the IJRA and IHSRA, I would have to ask them to grab a lawn chair and have a seat by my campfire. There are way too many to pick from! Whether good memory or bad memory I wouldn’t change a single moment of life spent in Rodeo.

Don’t forget to check out our webpage for news, updates, and to check the latest standings on your favorite IHSRA cowboy or cowgirl!

2012 Schedule

February 2012 April 13-15, 2012 May 12-13, 2012 May 26-28, 2012 June 9-10, 2012 June 15-16, 2012 July 15-21, 2012

– Mid Winter Meeting TBA – Hoosier Horse Fair – Liberty, KY – Lexington, KY – Lebanon, Indiana – State Finals TBA – Nationals Rock Springs, WY

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IHSRA NEWS

I.H.S.R.A. Member SPOTLIGHT Deni Taylor

IHSRA is proud to introduce you to Deni Taylor from Branchville, Indiana. She is a two year member of the IHSRA, her parents are Dennis and Edna Taylor, and her horse’s name is “Pigin.” Deni’s favorite events are Goat Tying and Barrel Racing, but one of her future goals is to add Breakaway Roping to her list of favorite events! Upon graduating from high school, Deni would like to attend college for Radiology or to become a Vet Tech as well as compete in the NFR. Deni participates in the Indiana High School Rodeo because she loves rodeos and she gets to meet new people and make a lot of friends. When asked what her most memorable rodeo moment to date was, she responded: “I was so nervous at the Lanesville Rodeo because it was the first time I had ever goat tied. I just knew that it was not going to be pretty, but it was a lot of fun and I ended up placing 4th!”

Cord Barricklow Please meet Cord Barricklow! He is from Lebanon, Indiana and is a Junior at Lebanon High School. His parents are Stormy and Rhonda Barricklow. Coming from a rodeo family, Cord is no stranger to the rodeo world. He spent 9 years in the IJRA before moving up to the IHSRA where he has been an active member for 3 years. Cords rodeo horse’s name is Ringo and as an interesting side note, Cords brother Strand (also an IHSRA member and Cords current team roping partner) rides Ringo’s full brother “Happy.” Cords favorite rodeo event is Calf Roping. Upon graduating from high school, Cord would like to attend college on a 4 year rodeo scholarship and obtain a MBA (masters of business administration). Cord likes participating in the IHSRA to gain experience in the rodeo world as well as see and meet all of our rodeo family. His most memorable rodeo moment was winning the 2010-2011 Team Roping State Championship with his partner Damon Lepley.

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ere we are in February with only a few more months until our first IJRA rodeo! While April might seem like a way to go, it will be here before we know it. So often in a new year, we say what we want and hope that it comes true in the months to come. Many of you may have told someone a goal or two that you hope to achieve in 2012, but did you mean it? Have you been working toward that goal, or just reminding yourself that it is something you would “like” to do? This month I encourage all of the IJRA members to write down your IJRA goal for the year, put it somewhere you see it several times a day, and work toward meeting that goal in 2012! Goals are a great way to work toward something you want, they give you purpose and a path in your life. Yogi Berra gave a great quote when he said, “If you don’t know where you are going, you’ll end up someplace else.” To have a good goal you must think SMART -Specific, Measurable, Achievable, ResultsOriented and Time-limited. Here are a few tips that will help you get started: 1. Your goal should be something that you want for yourself. Think about what you would like to happen and then write it down. You have to write down exactly what you want. Help yourself start out by saying “I want to….” 2. Have a deadline. Instead of making a goal

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2012 - Just Do It that

Kolt Keller could go on forever, write down a date or event that you will complete your goal. 3. Goals should be realistic and possible. Take a look at where you are and what you have to work with. Don’t make your goal bigger than what you can achieve in a certain amount of time. 4. Make sure your goal says HOW you are going to achieve it. Make a plan and follow it to your destination. This part includes a way to measure your success. (“I will rope the dummy 6 days a week for 10 minutes each time.” instead of “I will rope the dummy.”) 5. Write it down. Studies have shown written goals are much more successful than unwritten goals. Even better is to share your goals with friends or family. Sharing your goals increases your success rate even more!

Now that you’ve thought about it, go write your goal. Get a piece of paper and News from IJRA Princess Lois Thomas at the top write Hi IJRA members! I wanted to let you know that we will be donating your goal. Under stuffed animals to the Riley’s Chilyour goal, write dren’s Hospital. The donations can why you want to be made at the New Castle or Edreach that goal. inburgh rodeos coming up. Bring Lois Below that, write as many as you can! Also, I will

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be delivering these to the hospital on the Saturday of our Edinburgh rodeo in between slack and performance. Anyone interested in coming with me is more than welcome to. I wanted to do this because the Riley’s children will feel great getting new stuffed animals and our sport will be promoted through them!

March 24-25 April 13-15 April 28-29 May 5-6 June 9-10 June 24-30 July TBA August 11-12

when you will reach this goal - (Finals, a certain day, a certain rodeo.) The last step is to write down exactly what you are going to do to reach this goal. These are often called objectives and are just the steps you will take to make your goal. You may want to start at the end and work backwards to your start point. Sometimes it is helpful for someone else to read your plan and help you think of anything you may have missed. I asked some of the IJRA members what their goals for the remainder of this season were and here is what they had to say. Hunter Verhey – “My goal is to get a full ride on my calf for the first time!” Lois Thomas – My goals for the 2012 rodeo season are to do my best by being consistent, having fun and get to know more IJRA members. Webster Thomas – My goals are to go to the State Finals and do the best that I can. “If you set a goal for yourself and you are able to achieve it, you have won your race. Your goal can be to come in first, to improve your performance, or just finish the race. It’s up to you.“ Dave Scott, Triathlete 2012 Schedule Cinch Quad States RodeoGreenville, KY IJRA Booth Hoosier Horse Fair IJRA/Cinch in New Castle, IN IJRA/Cinch/IHSRA Edinburgh, IN LaPorte, IN Cinch Division National Finals Gallup, NM IJRA State Finals Franklin, IN

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Member Spotlight

The Crismore Family - Gosport, Indiana 8 seconds at least once every day. Caleb would like to thank the bullfighters ( Josh Dillinger and Jeff Rawlings) for keeping him safe when he is in the arena. The stock contractors (Mike and Angie Miller) for bringing the stock and helping him behind the chutes. The announcer, Jack Overshiner, for doing a great job and playing good music during the bull riding and everyone else who helps at the rodeos to make it all possible.

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his month’s spotlight shines on the Crismore family. Meet Greg, Darla, Emily and Caleb and hear what they have to say about being part of IJRA.

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We are from Gosport, Indiana and have 2 children Caleb who is 9, and Emily who is 12. We have been part of IJRA for three years. Greg was involved in junior rodeo when he was a kid so we looked it up online and found the information we needed to get started. When we are not at a rodeo, we spend our time trail riding, fishing, or going to open shows for the kids to get some practice. Sometimes we just spend the day outside roping the dummy (or mom and dad if your Caleb).

Emily competes in barrel racing. Her goals are to become more comfortable and better at barrel racing and to start goat tying. She would like to win a buckle and maybe become all around cowgirl someday. Her favorite part of the rodeo is getting to ride her horse and spend time with her friends. She would like to thank Brittany Molden for all she does to help the girls with barrels and goats and everyone else who helps with the rodeo to make it all possible.

IJRA is very important to our family. It’s not just about going and competing in a rodeo, it’s about being with the rodeo family and doing everything possible to help someone else to be their best. It teaches responsibility, respect, and sportsmanship. We love our Rodeo family and would not change our lives for anything in the world. Caleb competes in 3-4-5 calf riding and chute dogging. His goals are to become a better bull rider, become a state champion and win more buckles, and eventually maybe even become the all around cowboy. His favorite part of the rodeo is getting to spend time with his rodeo buddies and riding bulls. His role model is Lane Frost. He watches

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CHRISTIAN COWBOY COLLECTION

w/ Christa Conway

Forgiveness

from the west? That’s how far he removes our sins from us. Even though we deserve his wrath. Scripture tells us this. Psalm 103:8-12 The LORD is merciful and gracious, slow to anger, and plenteous in mercy. He will not always chide: neither will he keep his anger for ever. He hath not dealt with us after our sins; nor rewarded us according to our iniquities. For as the heaven is high above the earth, so great is his mercy toward them that fear him. As far as the east is from the west, so far hath he removed our transgressions from us.

Forgiveness, like the country song says, “it’s such a simple word.” It’s easy to throw it around when you’re on the end that needs forgiving. But not so easy when you’re the one who has been “wronged.” We’d rather hold a grudge, or at least keep dibs on being able to bring up the past in what might seem to be an opportune moment for a “look what so and so did to me pity party.”

The following parable in Matthew tells of a servant who begs his king to be forgive him of a debt that he owes and the king does just that. As soon as the servant is forgiven of his debt, he goes out and has another thrown in prison for a debt owed to him.

We may say....”I can forgive, but I’ll never forget.” But, is that really forgiving? I don’t think we (me included) do a very good job at grasping God’s definition of forgiveness.

Put yourself in the following situation and ask yourself what you would do......pretend to be the master....then put yourself in the servant’s position. (And even the fellowservant’s.)

I found a great passage in Matthew that we have all probably heard before.

Matthew 18:23-35 Therefore is the kingdom of heaven likened unto a certain king, which would take account of his servants. And when he had begun to reckon, one was brought unto him, which owed him ten thousand talents. But forasmuch as he had not to pay, his lord commanded him to be sold, and his wife, and children, and all that he had, and payment to be made. The servant therefore fell down, and worshipped him, saying, Lord, have patience with me, and I will pay thee all. Then the lord of that servant was moved with compassion, and loosed him, and forgave him the debt. But the same servant went out, and found one of his fellowservants, which owed him an hundred pence: and he laid hands on him, and took him by the throat, saying, Pay me that thou owest. And his fellowservant fell down at his feet, and besought him, saying, Have patience with me, and I will pay thee all. And he would not: but went and cast him into prison, till he should pay the debt.

Matthew 18:21-22 Then came Peter to him, and said, Lord, how oft shall my brother sin against me, and I forgive him? till seven times? Jesus saith unto him, I say not unto thee, Until seven times: but, Until seventy times seven. Yeah, Yeah....We’ve heard that before. seventy times seven is 490. We should forgive our brother who sins against us 490 times. OK, so what about it? Stop and think about it. Really think about it. Could you forgive someone who did you wrong once? twice? three times? Most of us would say, “Fool me once shame on you, fool me twice, shame on me.” Am I right? I’ve said those word myself and been ready to “be done” with someone who kept hurting me over and over again. What Jesus is saying here is don’t take the time to count....just forgive. Forgive like He’s forgiven us. Remember....as far as the east is

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The kicker here comes after the king hear’s of the servant’s unforgiving heart. Read on..... So when his fellowservants saw what was done, they were very sorry, and came and told unto their lord all that was done. Then his lord, after that he had called him, said unto him, O thou wicked servant, I forgave thee all that debt, because thou desiredst me: Shouldest not thou also have had compassion on thy fellowservant, even as I had pity on thee? And his lord was wroth, and delivered him to the tormentors, till he should pay all that was due unto him. So likewise shall my heavenly Father do also unto you, if ye from your hearts forgive not every one his brother their trespasses. God is represented by the Master, we are the first servant. We have been forgiven of so much more than we could ever own up to.... way more than we deserve to be forgiven of.... and yet, he forgives us. He does, however, expect us to show the same mercy on those who need our forgiving. How can God forgive us if we are so hard hearted as to not let go of feelings that divide friendships and families? My daughter told me today that she knew how much Jesus loves her....she said it was even more than I love her. I told her that was very true, he does love her more than I do. (I cannot imagine how....but I know he does.) She then informed me that Jesus died for her. “Yes,” I said....”he did.” I also told her that I would die for her. Then I asked her if she thought I would die for the mean man down the road if he spit on me and called me names. She kind of tilted her head and said, “no,” with a look of question in her eyes. I told her, “Jesus did.” Jesus died for those who spit on him, those who called him names, those who hung him on a cross. He forgave them.

Until next month.... (Forgive, Forgive, Forgive, Forgive, Forgive, Forgive, Forgive) x 70 Happy Trails & God Bless! Christa


On the Trail

By Brother Brad Curtis of Mountain Top Cowboy Church

WHO’S LAUGHIN’ NOW Job lay on the ground Face down in the dust Devil Red laughed at him But Job never cussed

Now it was bone dry But he held it like child The Devil kept laughin` But Job was never riled

Red laughed even louder Then Job cleared his throat Said Devil I’m a sheep You’re just a sorry goat

Reachin` out His hand Liftin` Job onto His hoss Red was left in the desert And Job rode off with the Boss

When he got to his feet He looked all around Not narry`a sign Of his pony could be found

Red started whisperin` Job just cuss the Boss He’s the one that sent you here On that sorry hoss

The Boss will be comin` And I’ll drink from His well Sittin` in the main house While you’re burnin` in hell

Now Red wasn’t laughin` When they rode away Job was a righteous man And he proved it that hot day

He stood there for a minute Lookin` at the sky Red was still laughing Job didn’t ask why

Yep He knew he was green But sent you anyway Now you’re dying in this desert You wont last through the day

Then they seen the rider Headed for both of them Job laughed at the Devil Said your futures purty deem

So he took to walkin` Across the burnin` sand Nothin` to his name Except the canteen in his hand

Job looked at Red Said you ain’t helpin` me As for dyin` in this desert Well we’ll just wait and see

The Boss come ridin` up Kickin` up the dust Said Red I told you That Job never cussed

Job 1:8 And the LORD said unto Satan, Hast thou considered my servant Job, that there is none like him in the earth, a perfect and an upright man, one that feareth God, and escheweth evil?

Bro. Brad Curtis, Vilonia, AR Copyright 2012

Former rodeo cowboy Brad Curtis of Vilonia, AR pastor of Mountain Top Cowboy Church in Heber Springs, AR and author of On The Trail “Christian cowboy poems and proverbs.” Contact cowboypoet@windstream.net for book orders or for speaking engagements

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Jesus died on the cross as the final sacrifice. When He was resurrected on the 3rd day, he defeated Satan for us. All we have to do is believe that He beat death and acknowledge it with our words. If we believe that and accept Him as our personal savior…we are promised eternal life with Him in Heaven. You can’t earn your way into Heaven; you have to believe your way there. So many people think they “aren’t good enough” to get to Heaven… But… Salvation is a GIFT from God and you don’t earn a gift. Gifts are something someone gives to you and for the gift to be yours, you have to accept it. All we have to do is accept that wonderful gift. I know I have…won’t you? But the gift is not like the trespass. For if the many died by the trespass of the one man, how much more did God’s grace and the gift that came by the grace of the one man, Jesus Christ, overflow to the many. Romans 5:15

For God so loved the world that He gave His one and only Son that whosoever believes in Him shall not perish but have eternal life. John 3:16 That if you confess with your mouth, “Jesus is Lord,” and believe in your heart that God raised him from the dead you will be saved. For it is with your heart that you believe and are justified, and it is with your mouth that you confess and are saved. Romans 10: 9-10

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Mystery of the Month

Our Mystery this month involves a group of people. They were involved with one of Indiana’s oldest horse related organizations (that sadly dissolved a few years back.) If you can correctly identify our group of horsey people, the group they were involved with and the year....and give us as much information as possible....you can win your choice of a one year subscription to The Horse Resource, a “Horsey Hat” or a “Horsey-T.” Please send us your photos from the past....we’d like to use them in our Mystery of the Month. Horses, people, events, etc... Send via email to: thehorseresource@ msn.com or mail to The Horse Resource 12601 S CR 200 W Muncie, IN 47302 We will return your original photos to you.

We Have A Winner.... Lucky Scott of Portland, Indiana knew that our mystery rider was Deane Lehman of Decatur, Indiana. Deane is shown competing in a flag race at St. Marys, Ohio in the early 1980s. The horse is is shown riding was called Junior. Deane has been more involved in in Quarter Horse Racing than flag racing recently and has been very successful. He and his wife, Jane, own Havanna Gold - Indiana Downs’ Champion Aged Horse. Congrats to Lucky for solving our mystery!

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