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Sales to be held at: Swifty Farms South Division 893 S US Hwy 31 Seymour, IN 47274
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Preview.... OCTOBER 27th Plan to come Graphic Design By: Christa Conway @ The Horse Resource
after the QH Races at Hoosier park to join in the fun with QHRAI and preview the horses for the sale.
Action Starts.... OCTOBER 28th @ 1PM at NEW CASTLE COVERED ARENA, (Henry County Fairgrounds, New Castle, Indiana)
Yearlings - 2 Year Olds Horses of Race Age - Broodmares Weanlings - Barrel Prospects Questions? Contact
Tom Mosley at 765-307-1376 / Michelle Collins at 317-509-6372 / Dickey Benton 989-621-3673
A $3,800 lightly raced 2yr old purchase, has run a 1st and two 2nds, while earning over $8,500.
WH Jonnie Boy Red
A $7,000 Yearling purchase. UPDATE: On June 30th, WH Johnnie Boy Red WON the $100,000 Jaguar Rocket Stake at Indiana Downs, giving him 4 starts, 3 wins and a 3rd, and bringing his lifetime earnings up to $86,173!!
This Cats A Leader
A $1,850 lightly raced 2yr old purchase is an earner of over $10,000 since selling.
WH Mercy Me
A $3,500 yearling purchase 1 start and 1 win. Earnings of nearly $13,000 since selling
(Sale info provided by QHRAI, Race earnings and information is per Equibase as of 8/25/12) The QHRAI Speed Sale is being held 15 minutes from Hoosier Park at the Henry County Fairgrounds on October 28th. It’s the day after the BIGGEST Stakes weekend at Hoosier Park. Make plans now to be at this FIRST CLASS SALE!! We are expecting a great selection of Indiana Bred and Sired horses and a house packed with buyers. If you’re serious about breeding, owning or racing Quarter Horses in Indiana, you Don’t Want to Miss this afternoon. MARK YOUR CALANDAR NOW for OCTOBER 28th.
Watch QHRAI.NET and your mailbox for more info. Consignment Forms due by Sept. 9th, 2012! Page 3
LETTER FROM THE EDITOR
elcome back cool nights. I always enjoy the cool evenings this time of year. We’re just getting into sweatshirt weather and the days are shortening up. The kids are back in school and there is some sense of a schedule again. It’s almost fall.
It’s almost time for those leaves to start changing which means trail rides become even more colorful. If you take a trail ride over the next month, snap some pictures and send them into us so we can share the beautiful scenery with our readers. You can email them to us at firstname.lastname@example.org or SHARE them on our FACEBOOK page! Don’t forget: The Fast Horse Resource. We hope you enjoy this month’s issue of The “Fast” Horse Resource. We’ve got some great event coverage and results as well as a few good tear jerkers. I’ll have to admit, the special edition of “Barrel Talk” quickly had me in tears as I was reading it. (But for those of you who know me, you know it doesn’t take much!) Needless to say, I think it will strike a tender spot with most of our readers. Bella has also shared somewhat of a tear jerker this month. Of course she can’t write her column without a little jab at the wiener dogs....and a few laughs, but this month she also includes a little more of a seriousness in her story. Maybe she’s trying to tell us something (she is getting older.) Stallion owners, we’re gearing up for our Annual Stallion calendar, so if you want to have your “Stud” featured in our 2013 calendar, contact us asap. Once we get started, they fill up fast!
And for those who appreciate the “Studs,” you have to be on the mailing list to be sure and get one. We will mail all active subscribers a copy as well as give them away for free (you pay shipping) to anyone who requests one. Until next month.........check out the beauty around you and remember to count your blessings on horseback! God Bless and Ride Safe, Christa Conway
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TABLE OF CONTENTS & CONTACT INFORMATION Table of Contents Articles Page QHRAI 2-3 Letter From Editor 4 A Little Barrel Talk 4 Horseshoe Hunt 5 Table of Contents & The Staff 5 Calendar of Events 8 My Daddy Always Said 8 NPBA News 9 Barrel Horse World Calendar of Events 10-11 News 12-14 QHRAI Section 16-21 Barrel Talk - Special Edition 23-25 National Pole Bending Association Championships 26-29 IBRA News 32-33 Barks N Bits w/Bella 42 Looking - A Soul’s Journey 43 Getting Your Horse Ready to Show...w/Steve Fisch 44-45 Horses And Heels 46-47 CMSA News 48-49 Teen Corral with Clint Van 50-53 IJRA News 54-55 Christian Cowboy Collection 56-57 Bro Brad Curtis - On the Trail 57 Results 58-60 Stallion Directory 61 Business Card Directory 62 Classifieds 63 ITOBA News (Indiana Thoroughbred Owners and Breeders Assn) 65-67 Li’l Cowpokes Corral 68 Subscription Form 69 Mystery of the Month 71
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Horseshoe H NT Well, we have two happy winners this month since we didn’t have a winner in August. Congratulations to Dana Sparks (she finally got her Free subscription!) Congratulations also to Mary Culy who chose a subscription as well. Others who found our horseshoe were Robyn Adair, Tammy Roberts and Karen Lee. Find this well hidden horseshoe for a chance at a FREE “Horsey-T,” “Horsey-Hat” or a year’s subscription. Call or email when you find one and we’ll mention your name in our next issue and send you a prize if you are the first to contact us! “Happy horseshoe hunting!” (Find the horseshoe to the left somewhere in this issue and email or call us with it’s location! firstname.lastname@example.org)
Calendar of Events
As a benefit to our reader’s.....All advertised events are included FREE of charge! Email us at: email@example.com & REMEMBER- CALL BEFORE YOU HAUL!
9/1 [April Issue] Circle X Winchester, IN 10am Halter-Pleasure-DrivingContesting 9/1-9/2 [April Issue] 5th Annual Labor Day Weekend Speed Classic C Bar C Expo Center Cloverdale, IN Over $3200 added GBRA NBHA IBRA Show Starts 9am both days Info Debbie Owens 765-376-7867 Reserve electric Cindy Harlan 765-426-1457 9/1-9/2
[April Issue] M&W 2012 Jackpot Shows Danville, IL NBHA Added money For info Susie Piatt 217-304-9565 Tyler Young 217-8985356
9/1-9/3 Lewisburg, OH at Circle G Arena - Fallen Horseman Horse Show Show Bill - Visit www.circlegarena. us for info 9/1-9/3
Bartonia, IN Three Bar J Arena Marcia Johnson 937-4592592 IBRA Open, Youth, & Masters approved. (State Rep - Kelly Bricker 260-703-1100 )
9/1-9/3 BB Productions Barrel Bash Topeka, KS Kansas Expo Centre $5500 Open 9/7-9/9
[April Issue] 38th Annual Indiana Barrel Racing Futurity Hoosier Horse Park Edinburgh, IN $6000 added 2D Futurity added money Derby $1000 added Open 4D Barrels $2500 added Open Sweepstakes $500 added Youth IBRA BFA GBRA
[April Issue] Kouts, IN Navaho Saddle Club F.V. Gallagher 219-9808455 IBRA Open, Youth, & Masters approved. $225 added. 9/8[April Issue] MCEC Anderson, IN 10am Halter-Pleasure- No earlier than 2pm Contesting
9/8-9/9 - Circle G Arena Lewisburg, OH - Phio Buckskin Show - Visit www.circlegarena.us for more info 9/8-9/9 - Keystone Barrel Classic - Mountain Springs Arena, Shartlesville, PA - Series events with $3,500- $5,000 added at each event - 11 SADDLES - 11 BUCKLES - 11 BRONC HALTERS - Series Nomination required to be eligible for awards - Visit website for more info. www.keystonebarrelracing.com or call Adele Stevens 215-257-3233 9/14-9/16 MVP Show Management IBRA Super Show C Bar C Arena, Cloverdale, IN Visit www.cbarcexpo. com - Contact Andy Ankrum 740819-3221
9/21-9/23 Union City, IN Union City Park Kelly Bricker 260-7031100 IBRA Open, Youth, & Masters approved. 9/22 Bloomington IN Monroe County Saddle Club Elwren Road IBRA High Point Saddle Series 2012 Added money
at Hoosier Horse Park - Octoberfest Charity Horse Show. Eight shows in three days. Open Western/Speed, Open English, Recreational Driving, Dressage, Hinter/Jumper, Combined Training, Welsh Pony & Cob, Fun Show - Visit www.indianahorsecouncil.org for more info
Decatur Trail Riders Decatur, IL Pleasure & Speed Show NBHA/ Illinois Barrel Racing Assoc./PAC added money Youth High Point Exhibition 3pm show starts 5pm info www.decaturtrailriders.com
[April Issue] ECTC Tipton IN NBHA GBRA added money 9am info: Angie 765-8635409 Sherry 317-374-9119
9/23 Decatur Trail Riders Decatur, IL Open Speed Show NBHA/Illinois Barrel Racing Assoc/PAC added money Youth High Point Exhibition 9am Show Starts 11am Info: www. decaturtrailriders.com
9/28-9/30 - Lewisburg, OH at Circle G Arena - KY GBRA Host the 2012 Midwest Match Race - Visit www.circlegarena.us for more info
9/29-9/30 [April Issue] Steuben County Fairgrounds Angola IN $1000 added money Warm-ups 9am Show not to start before 11am both days
9/15 [April Issue] MCEC Anderson
9/29-9/30 Marion, IN Grant County Fairgrounds Jenny Schamber 765-517-1608 IBRA Open, Youth, & Masters approved. (State Rep - Kelly Bricker 260-703-1100 )
Portland, IN Jay County Fairgrounds Kelly Bricker 260-7031100 IBRA Open, Youth, & Masters approved. Starts at 11:00am. Valparaiso, IN Midwestern Saddle & Bridle Assn Melissa Boatright 219-916-5969 IBRA Open, Youth, & Masters approved. $250 added. Starts at 3:00pm.
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9/7-9/9 Hartford City, IN Blackford County 4-H Horse Arena Kelly Bricker 260-703-1100 IBRA Open, Youth, & Masters approved.
9/19-9/21 IBRA Super Show at C Bar C Arena, Cloverdale, IN Visit www.cbarcexpo.com for info
9/7-9/9 - Jane Melby Clinic at Spring River Ranch, Burr Oak, MI www. springriverranch.com
9/21-9/23 BB Productions Barrel Bash Cedar Rapids, IA Kirkwood Equestrian Ctr $5500 Open
10/6 [April Issue] Circle X Winchester, IN 10am Halter-PleasureDriving-Contesting 10/12-10/14
BB Productions Barrel Bash Lincoln, NE Lancaster Event Center $10,000 Hfbi, $5000 Futurity, $5000 Open, $6000 Brif
10/13 [April Issue] MCEC Anderson
IN Fun Show 10am Halter-PleasureNo earlier than 2pm Contesting
10/13-10/14 Marion, IN Grant County Fairgrounds Jenny Schamber 765-517-1608 IBRA Open, Youth, & Masters approved. (State Rep - Kelly Bricker 260-703-1100 ) 10/20 Bloomington IN Monroe County Saddle Club Elwren Road IBRA High Point Saddle Series 2012 Added money 10/26-10/28
BB Productions Barrel Bash Gifford, IL Gordyville USA $5500 Open
November 2012 2nd-3rd
- Cloverdale, IN at C Bar C Arena - A Cowboy Christmas - Contact Agrivent Productions at firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 317-966-5523 Presenting Richard Winters view his website at www.wintersranch.com To join his clinic contact Sheila Landes at email@example.com Sellers wish to participaten in auction should vist www.thehorseauction.com or contact Carol Willoughby at carol@ wlivestock.com or 317-966-5523
11/2-11/4 BB Productions Barrel Bash Lyons, KS Rice Co Celebration Ctr. $5500 OPEN
MY DadDy Always Said... All horses deserve, at least once in their lives, to be loved by a little girl. We’d love to hear what your Daddy Always said...Send’em in... firstname.lastname@example.org
NPBA News National Pole Bending Association News Contact: NPBA c/o Elaine Barrett 6998 S. Co. Rd. 300 E. Winslow, IN 47598 (812) 789-5424 email: Jethanbarrett@aol.com
NPBA REGIONAL DIRECTORS:
Region 1 New York & New Jersey Contact: Carolyn Richens (270) 487-5833 Region 2 Ohio, Pennsylvania, West Virginia & Maryland Contact: Kristine Nagy (330) 472 7410 Region 3 Indiana & Michigan Contact: Tammy & Stan Roberts (812) 359-4595 Region 4 Illinois Contact: Brandice Penner (812)270-0659 Region 5 Kentucky Contact: Judy Brown (270) 422-3996 Region 6 Tennessee & Missouri Contact: Josh Morton (731) 431-7496 Region 7 Arkansas, Mississippi & Louisiana Contact: Doug Smith (870) 346-5906 Region 8 Georgia & Alabama Contact: Jerry Barrett (812) 789-5424 Region 9 Florida Contact: Jerry Barrett (812) 789-5424 Region 10 Minnesota, Wisconsin, North & South Dakota Contact: Jerry Barrett (812) 789-5424 Region 11 Iowa, Nebraska, Kansas, Colorado & Wyoming Contact: Donna Rankin (402) 419-0910 Region 12 Washington, Oregon, Montana & Idaho Contact: Doug Brown (805) 238-9818 Region 13 California, Nevada, Arizona & Utah Contact: Kate Ristow (805) 238-9948 Region 14 Texas, Oklahoma & New Mexico Contact: Doug Brown (805) 238-9818 Region 15 Massachsetts & Delaware Contact: Doug Leasor (413) 668-8961
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WATCH FOR RESULTS FROM THE 2012 CHAMPIONSHIPS IN A FUTURE ISSUE OF THE “FAST” HORSE RESOURCE The National Pole Bending Association held their National Championship Show in Liberty, Kentucky at the Central Ky Ag / Expo Center. It was held June 29, 30 and July 1. Visit our website at www.polebending.org. or contact Elaine at email@example.com or 812/789-5424 for more information.
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9/1 SWSA Monthly Barrel Race Summerdale, AL 9/1 Appleton Saddle Club 4D Barrel Race Brewton, AL 9/7 Practice and Jackpot Barrels Rainbow City, AL 9/8 IBRA BARREL RACE Burkville, AL 9/21 Practice and Jackpot Barrels Rainbow City, AL 9/22 IBRA BARREL RACE Luverne, AL 9/29 $650 Added Barrel Race Rainbow City, AL
9/4 Saddle Series Lavaca, AR 9/4 Tuesday Night Barrel Jackpot Natural Dam, AR 9/4 CANCELLED - Lightning C Ranch Saddle Series Vilonia, AR 9/7-9/9 UBR FINALS $15,400 TOTAL ADDED MONEY Texarkana, AR 9/7 ABRA Horse Show Arkadelphia, AR 9/8 ABRA Horse Arkadelphia, AR 9/8-9/9 Kelly Kaminski Barrel Racing Clinic 2 Days Natural Dam, AR 9/10 2012 Waldron Saddle & Buckle Series Waldron, AR 9/11 Tuesday Night Barrel Jackpot Natural Dam, AR 9/11 Saddle Series Lavaca, AR 9/11 CANCELLED - Lightning C Ranch Saddle Series Vilonia, AR 9/14 BRC JACKPOT Atkins, AR 9/15 Rector Saddle Club -Horse show Rector, AR 9/15 BRC JACKPOT ATKINS, AR 9/15 OBRA-PeeWee, 4D Youth, 4D Open Grannis, AR 9/16 A-OK Barrel Race, $100 Added at Foothills Arena (Pending) Clarksville, AR 9/18 CANCELLED - Lightning C Ranch Saddle Series Vilonia, AR 9/18 Tuesday Night Barrel Jackpot Natural Dam, AR 9/18 Saddle Series Lavaca, AR 9/22 Spring In / Fall Out 4D Barrel Series with Added Money Jonesboro, AR 9/22 BRC JACKPOT COAL HILL, AR 9/25 Saddle Series Lavaca, AR 9/25 Tuesday Night Barrel Jackpot Natural Dam, AR 9/29 Runnin’ On The Levee West Memphis, AR 9/30 A-OK Barrel Race, $100 Added at Swaim’s Arena Ozark, AR
9/3 $1000 Added PCBRA Labor Day Race Acton, CA 9/8-9/9 $2000 Added PCBRA Finals Acton, CA 9/9 NBHA CA 18 Hesperia, CA 9/22 NBHA CA 10 Simi Valley, CA
9/1 737 Productions 2nd Annual Added $$/ prizes Barrel Race Trinidad, CO 9/1-9/3 15th Annual Cowgirl Tuff Rocky Mountain Super Race and Shoot-Out Slot Race Colorado Springs, CO 9/15-9/16 Estes Park Western Heritage,Inc “Beat The Heat Barrel Racing Series 2012” Estes Park, CO 9/21-9/23 DR Horton Classic and Western Region BBR Tour Finale Loveland, CO
9/9 Gymkhana- pleasure CT 9/30 Gymkhana- pleasure CT
9/1 $1000 Added WPRA Approved 4D and Slot Race Reddick, FL 9/7 $5,000 Added Open Quad Barrel Race at Creek Entertainment Gretna, FL 9/8 NBHA FL 01 Barrel Race Quincy, FL 9/8 Taylor County Horseman’s Assoc Perry, FL 9/9 $5,000 Added Open Quad Barrel Race at Creek Entertainment Gretna, FL 9/15 Monthly Speedshow Arcadia, FL 9/28-9/30 Team Josey 2 1/2 Day Barrel Clinic Okeechobee, FL 9/28 Monthly 4D Jackpot Arcadia, FL 9/29 Jackpot & Horse Expo Crawfordville, FL
9/1 Apison Saddle Club Ringgold, GA 9/8 NBHA Dist. 3 Point Show Jackson, GA 9/8 9th Annual Papa Joe Thigpen Memorial NBHA GA 8 Claxton, GA 9/9 NBHA GA-04 at Manley Arena Eatonton, GA 9/14-9/16 NBHA President’s Super Show at the Hippodrome North Augusta, GA 9/14 IBRA BARREL RACE Jakin, GA 9/15 Franklin Running Show Franklin, GA 9/16 Cox Arena Buckle/Added Money Finals Barrel Pole Series Silver Creek, GA 9/16 Buckle Series Barrels and Poles Williamson, GA 9/21 Western Saddle Club Added Money finals open only to those who purchased membership and qualified. Rome, GA 9/22 Ga 8 Snipesville Arena Snipesville, GA 9/22 West Ga Jr Rodeo benefit Barrel race and Arena race Heard Co covered arena Franklin, GA 9/28-9/29 5th Annual James Soares Memorial Barrel Race Tiger, GA 9/29 3rd Annual Southern Charm Barrel Race Gay, GA 9/29 500 dollars added! NBHA GA-04 double show at Manley Arena Eatonton, GA
9/14 Rockin M Races -- Bonus Race Finals Series Argyle, IA 9/21-9/23 BARREL BASH (TM) $5000 OPEN CEDAR RAPIDS, IA 9/29 Darcie Ulin-Reck Memorial Barrel Race Sept 29 & 30 $500 added money and Awards to Average Winners Centerville, IA 9/30 Darcie Ulin-Reck Memorial Barrel Race Sept 29 & 30 $500 added money and Awards to Average Winners Centerville, IA
9/1-9/2 3 Day Horsemanship Clinic with Chris Cox Viola, IL 9/1-9/2 $3100 added Pioneer city bulls & barrels Palestine, IL 9/1 NBHA/IBRA BARREL RACE Waterloo, IL 9/1 IBRA BARREL RACE Cambridge, IL 9/3 Gallatin County Fair Ridgway, IL 9/3 IBRA BARREL RACE Vandalia, IL 9/8 KWI GAMING SHOW Kankakee, IL 9/8 Calhoun County Fair Horse Show Hardin, IL 9/9 IBRA BARREL RACE Mt. Vernon, IL 9/15 NBHA/IBRA BARREL RACE Waterloo, IL 9/15 $$ 1000.00 ADDED $$ 2nd Annual Chasing Cans For Ovarian Cancer Beecher, IL 9/15 IBRA BARREL RACE Marion, IL 9/16 IBRA BARREL RACE Christopher, IL
9/1-9/2 $4000 added Labor Day Weekend Show Princeton, IN 9/1-9/3 IBRA BARREL RACE Bartonia, IN 9/2 IBRA IN & KY Barrel Race @ Yankeetown Arena Henryville, IN 9/7-9/8 Gibson County Super Speed Show Princeton, IN 9/7-9/9 IBRA BARREL RACE Princeton, IN 9/7-9/9 IBRA BARREL RACE Hartford City, IN 9/7-9/9 38th Annual Indiana Barrel Racing Futurity IBRA Approved Edinburgh, IN 9/8 IBRA BARREL RACE Albion, IN 9/8 IBRA BARREL RACE Kouts, IN 9/14-9/16 MVP Turn N Burn 2012 $25,000 est payout Cloverdale, IN 9/14-9/16 IBRA BARREL RACE Portland, IN 9/15 IBRA BARREL RACE Valparaiso, IN 9/16 IBRA IN & KY Barrel Race @ Yankeetown Arena Henryville, IN 9/21/9/23 IBRA BARREL RACE Union City, IN 9/22-9/23 IBRA BARREL RACE Madison, IN 9/22 IBRA BARREL RACE Bloomington, IN 9/22-9/23 IBRA BARREL RACE Ferdinand, IN 9/29 IBRA BARREL RACE Sullivan, IN 9/29-9/30 IBRA BARREL RACE Angola, IN 9/29-9/30 IBRA BARREL RACE Marion, IN
9/1-9/3 BARREL BASH (TM) $5000 OPEN + $1000 SIDEPOTS Topeka, KS 9/1 Peg Birney and Gennifer McDonald Memorial Barrel Race - $500 added Ashland,, KS 9/8 OPEN 3-D JACKPOT KBRA Lyndon, KS 9/9 7th Annual Hoxie Buckle Series Hoxie, KS 9/11 NSC Summer Buckle Series Newton, KS 9/14 KS05 NBHA /BBR Jackpots Junction City, KS 9/15 $200 added KS 02 NBHA Coffeyville, KS 9/15 Fall Horse & Tack Sale, Atchison, KS 9/19 KS EXPOCENTRE Weds Night Jackpots!!!! Topeka, KS 9/21 Open Rodeo Haysville,KS 9/21 $1100 Added BBR Scott City, KS 9/22 Open Rodeo Haysville, KS 9/22 KS05 NBHA// BBR Approved Jackpots Washington, KS 9/22-9/23 $1100 Added BBR Scott City, KS 9/23 $200 added KS 02 NBHA Yates Center, KS 9/26 KS EXPOCENTRE Weds Night Jackpots!!!! Topeka, KS 9/29 Tom Miller Arena - Canton, KS 9/30 7th Annual Hoxie Buckle Series Hoxie, KS 9/30 KS05 NBHA // BBR Jackpots Clay Center, KS
9/1 IBRA BARREL RACE Lagrange, KY 9/7 IBRA BARREL RACE Shepherdsville, KY 9/8 IBRA BARREL RACE Greenup, KY 9/8 IBRA BARREL RACE Smiths Grove, KY 9/15 IBRA BARREL RACE Payneville, KY 9/21-9/23 Team Josey 2 1/2 Day Barrel Clinic Scottsville, KY 9/21 IBRA BARREL RACE Vine Grove, KY 9/21 IBRA BARREL RACE Shepherdsville, KY
9/1 Youth Rodeo Saddle Series Bogalusa, LA 9/1-9/3 Run For The Diamonds Youth Show Ruston, LA 9/7 $1000.00 added 4-D Barrel Run Farmerville, LA
9/7 !000.00 Added 4-D BBR Sanctioned Barrel Run Farmerville, LA 9/7 CC’s Jackpots Crowley, LA 9/8 Minden Riding Club Saddle Series Minden, LA 9/9 NBHA LA03 Crowley, LA 9/14 CC’s Jackpots Crowley, LA 9/15 Great Southern Youth Rodeo Saddle Series Bogalusa, LA 9/15 River Cities Barrel Racers , LA 9/21-9/22 JAMES BARNES BENEFIT BARREL RACE BASTROP, LA 9/22 Minden Riding Club Saddle Series Show # 2 Minden, LA 9/29 NBHA LA03 Deridder, LA 9/29 River Cities Barrel Racers , LA 9/30 open & Youth 4D Jackpot Baton Rouge, LA 9/30 CVRC Sponsored Open 4D Barrels & NPBA Approved Open 3D Poles Cotton Valley, LA
9/7-9/8 IBRA BARREL RACE Manton, MI 9/22-9/23 IBRA BARREL RACE Hale, MI
9/1 Labor Day Weekend Blowout Ashland, MN
9/1 $$$$300 added to open Nbha mo 07 BBR approved Clarks arena Versailles, MO 9/1 Heartland Barrel Racing Association * Stone Creek Stables, BBR-approval pending! Jackson, MO 9/1 Mansfield Gymkhana Saddle Series Mansfield, MO 9/1 St. Clair & AFRA Barrel / Team Roping St. Clair, MO 9/2-9/3 Valley Mount Ranch Open Barrel Race * $100 Added * BBR Approved Valley Park, MO 9/7 American Family Rodeo Association Lebanon, MO 9/7 Summer Series Barrel Race Mountain View, MO 9/8 MO-01 District Point Show - BBR Pending Miami, MO 9/8 NBHA MO-06 Barrel Race Princeton, MO 9/8 Mutton Busting Clinic Oak grove, MO 9/8 4D Barrel Race Adrian, MO 9/9 HBRA - 2nd Annual SEMO District Fair Barrel Extravaganza * $1000 ADDED Cape Girardeau, MO 9/9 Nbha district 08 4d barrel race and 2D poles Southwest city, MO 9/9 Open 4-D $200 Added Cleveland, MO/ Bucyrus, KS, MO 9/14 American Family Rodeo Association Fredricktown, MO 9/15 OHBA BAREL RACE ROCK’N RV ARENA Mountain View, MO 9/15 $$500 Added Minnimum BBR(Pending) 4D Barrel Race Pleasant Hill, MO 9/19-9/20 Schafer Quarter Horses Online Production Sale Barnard, MO 9/21 Hawk Point Arena- Barrel Jackpot Hawk Point, MO 9/21 Open 4-D / 2-D Poles Cleveland, MO/ Bucyrus, KS, MO 9/22 OHBA $500.Added Barrel Race Rock’n RV Arena Mountain View, MO
9/22 3rd Annual Barrel Bonanza Sponsored by Rob Hamann of American Family Insurance Hawk Point, MO 9/22 2nd annual benefit Cowless Rodeo Elkland, MO 9/22 4D Barrel Race Adrian, MO 9/22 MO-01 District Point Show - BBR Pending Centerview, MO 9/22 Gymkhana Saddle Series Stoutland, MO 9/23 KS01 & KS03 CLEVELAND, MO 9/28 2C3B Productions $500 Added Open 4-D Cleveland, MO/ Bucyrus, KS, MO 9/29 Heartland Barrel Racing Association - Mingo Saddle Club * BBR-approval pending! Puxico, MO 9/29 MO-01 Point & Tour Show - BBR Pending Cleveland, MO 9/29 4D Barrel Race Adrian, MO
9/1 Covered K Summer Sizzler Maben, MS 9/1 Chasin’Cans for Kids St.Jude Fund Raiser $1500 added New Albany, MS 9/1-9/3 SOUTHERN STAMPEDE 2012 $5,500 ADDED Hattiesburg, ms, MS 9/1 4-E Horse Club Lucedale, MS 9/2 Labor Day Turn-N-Burn Purvis, MS 9/2 Circle T Stables Jackpot Barrelrace Coldwater, MS 9/3 Labor Day Turn-N-Burn Purvis, MS 9/7-9/9 Lucky Dog Productions Tunica, MS 9/7 4-Oaks Saddle & Buckle Series Poplarville, MS 9/16 Circle T Stables Jackpot Barrelrace Coldwater, MS 9/21 4-Oaks Saddle & Buckle Series Poplarville, MS 9/22 NBHA/IBRA Barrel Race added money Coldwater, MS
9/1 IBRA BARREL RACE Elizabeth City, NC 9/2 IBRA BARREL RACE Casar, NC 9/8 IBRA BARREL RACE Stantonsburg, NC 9/16 IBRA BARREL RACE Casar, NC 9/16 IBRA BARREL RACE Love Valley, NC 9/23 IBRA BARREL RACE Yadkinville, NC 9/29 IBRA BARREL RACE Beulaville, NC 9/30 IBRA BARREL RACE Yadkinville, NC
9/1 “Beat The Heat” Barrel Series Curtis, NE 9/5 WNBR Saddle Series Lewellen, NE 9/6 5D Barrel Race Raymond, NE 9/12 WNBR Saddle Series Lewellen, NE 9/15 “Beat The Heat” Barrel Series Curtis, NE 9/16 Cowgirl Swank and Friends NWBRA 4D barrels and 2D poles Hay Springs, NE 9/19 WNBR Saddle Series Lewellen, NE 9/22 WNBR Saddle Series Lewellen, NE
9/4 Barrel Racing Practic Allentown, NJ 9/18 Barrel Racing Practic Allentown, NJ
9/22 NM-NMBHA #7 & RTP Jr Rodeo Playday Series Las Vegas, NM
9/20-9/23 Buckles and Barrels for BaileyRound 2 Las Vegas, NV
9/2 IBRA BARREL RACE Manorville, NY
More.....Barrel Horse World Calendar of Events 9/30 IBRA BARREL RACE Manorville, NY 9/30 CME Speed Series $500 added Walton, NY
9/1-9/2 IBRA BARREL RACE Salem, OH 9/1 IBRA BARREL RACE Rushsylvania, OH 9/8-9/9 IBRA BARREL RACE Negley, OH 9/8 $800 ADDED NBHA OH 07 Barrel Race - Everyone Welcome Swanton, OH 9/8 IBRA BARREL RACE Pleasant City, OH 9/15-9/16 IBRA BARREL RACE Newbury, OH 9/15 IBRA BARREL RACE Cardington, OH 9/21-9/23 On the Road with Dawn & Clea Best of the Best in Ohio Swanton, OH 9/22 IBRA BARREL RACE Upper Sandusky, OH 9/22-9/23 IBRA BARREL RACE Swanton, OH 9/22 Barrel, Poles and Fun Show Urbana, OH 9/28 IBRA BARREL RACE Salem, OH 9/29 IBRA BARREL RACE Doylestown, OH
9/1 Olive Fire & FFA Open Rodeo Drumright, OK 9/1 Muskogee RUC 2012 Jackpot Playday Series Muskogee, OK 9/1 ATR Saddle Series Playday Caney, OK 9/1 OBRA-PeeWee, 4D Youth, 4D Open Smithville, OK 9/1 Rockin’ C Arena Fall Trophy Jacket & Cash Playday Series TALALA, OK 9/1 $650 Added at the Claremore Expo Claremore, OK 9/1 2nd ANNUAL LABOR DAY BARREL BASH Union Valley, OK 9/1 Welch Round Up Club Rodeo Series Welch, OK 9/2-9/3 BETTY ROPER ULTIMATE TEAM RACE Checotah, OK 9/2 Mead Boots and Barrel Club Mead, OK 9/3 OCA #11-see update Sand Springs, OK 9/4 Fall Winter Blanket Series 4D with a New Open Sidepot! Checotah, OK 9/4 D&D Productions Saddle Series Skiatook, OK 9/4 Broken Arrow RUC 20th Annual Barrel/Pole Buckle Series Broken Arrow, OK 9/4 Chisholm Trail Ram Prairie Circuit Committee- Barrel Jackpot Duncan, OK 9/4 4-D Barrel Race 4 Week series Ketchum, OK 9/5 Wed~ Exhibitions & Open Pen Ada, OK 9/5 Lightning C Arena Wed Barrel Jackpot McAlester, OK 9/6 Rockin’ C Arena Fall Trophy Jacket & More 4D Barrel Series TALALA, OK 9/6 The King’s Pen Arena / Shoop’s Training Barrel Race Inola, OK 9/6 Hot Summer Series! Bob Berg Buckles, BBR Pending Stigler, OK 9/6 Poteau Roundup Club Buckle Series***BBR APPROVED*** Poteau, OK 9/7-9/8 OPEN RODEO - Marvin Fletcher Memorial Coweta, OK 9/7 KINGFISHER ROUND UP CLUB PLAYDAY Kingfisher, OK 9/7-9/8 Open Rodeo Copan, OK 9/7 WildNotions Friday Nights Oologah, OK 9/8 NEW High Point Saddle Play Day Series Nuyaka, OK 9/8 Welch Round Up Club Rodeo Series Welch, OK 9/8 SBRA (Sooner Barrel Racing Assoc.) Inola, OK 9/8 ATR Saddle Series Playday Caney, OK 9/9 NBHA OK06 Eufaula, OK 9/9 Piedmont Round Up Club Piedmont, OK 9/9 OCA #12-check updated schedule Talala,, OK 9/9 $100 added OK02 NBHA Kellyville, OK 9/9 SSRUC Play Day Sand Springs, OK 9/10 4-d buckle series BBR pending Muldrow, OK 9/10 5-D Barrel Racing Buckle Series Pauls Valley, OK 9/11 Broken Arrow RUC 20th Annual Barrel/ Pole Buckle Series Broken Arrow, OK 9/11 4-D Barrel Race 4 Week series
Ketchum, OK 9/11 D&D PRODUCTIONS SADDLE SERIES SKIATOOK, OK 9/11 Fall Winter Blanket Series 4D with a New Open Sidepot! Checotah, OK 9/11 Chisholm Trail Ram Prairie Circuit Committee- Barrel Jackpot Duncan, OK 9/12 4-D BARREL SERIES VINITA, OK 9/12 Lightning C Arena Wed Barrel Jackpot McAlester, OK 9/13 Rockin’ C Arena Fall Trophy Jacket & More 4D Barrel Series TALALA, OK 9/13 Poteau Roundup Club Buckle Series***BBR APPROVED*** Poteau, OK 9/13 Ranched Out Fall 2012 Series Cherokee, OK 9/13 Tri-K Okla State Fair $1500 Added 5D, Pony Race & Karla Oller Clinic Oklahoma City, OK 9/13 Hot Summer Series! Bob Berg Buckles, BBR Pending Stigler, OK 9/13 The King’s Pen Arena / Shoop’s Training Barrel Race Inola, OK 9/14 LA Productions~Summer Run For The Buckles~ Nowata, OK 9/14 Sycamore Springs Turn & Burn Locust Grove, OK 9/14 $200 added WildNotions Friday Nights Oologah, OK 9/15 Welch Round Up Club Rodeo Series Welch, OK 9/15-9/16 “”Loopin Lasers” presents Flying Cow Barrel Series. Added $ @ Finals. Afton, OK 9/15-9/16 Sycamore Springs Turn & Burn Locust Grove, OK 9/15 SBRA (Sooner Barrel Racing Assoc.) Muskogee, OK 9/15 PlayDay Nowata, OK 9/16 Kellyville 4D Barrel Race Kellyville, OK 9/16 $100 added OK02 NBHA Inola, OK 9/17 4-d buckle series BBR pending Muldrow, OK 9/17 4-Way Arena Weekly Barrel Racing Jackpot Pryor, OK 9/17 5-D Barrel Racing Buckle Series Pauls Valley, OK 9/18 Fall Winter Blanket Series 4D with a New Open Sidepot! Checotah, OK 9/18 4-D Barrel Race 4 Week series Ketchum, OK 9/18 D&D PRODUCTIONS SADDLE SERIES SKIATOOK, OK 9/18 Chisholm Trail Ram Prairie Circuit Committee- Barrel Jackpot Duncan, OK 9/18 Broken Arrow RUC 20th Annual Barrel/ Pole Buckle Series Broken Arrow, OK 9/19 4-D BARREL SERIES VINITA, OK 9/19 Lightning C Arena Wed Barrel Jackpot McAlester, OK 9/19 Exhibitions & Open Pen ~ ADA, OK 9/20 Hot Summer Series! Bob Berg Buckles, BBR Pending Stigler, OK 9/20 The King’s Pen Arena / Shoop’s Training Barrel Race Inola, OK 9/20 Rockin’ C Arena Fall Trophy Jacket & More 4D Barrel Series TALALA, OK 9/20 Ranched Out Fall 2012 Series Cherokee, OK 9/20 Poteau Roundup Club Buckle Series***BBR APPROVED*** Poteau, OK 9/21 WildNotions Friday Nights Oologah, OK 9/21 KINGFISHER ROUND UP CLUB PLAYDAY Kingfisher, OK 9/21 $100 added OK02 NBHA Oologah, OK 9/21 Rockin’ C Arena 2 Day $2,400 Added Cash/Prizes 4D Target Time Saddle Barrel Race TALALA, OK 9/22 ATR Saddle Series Playday Caney, OK 9/22 NEW High Point Saddle Play Day Series Nuyaka, OK 9/22 3rd ANNUAL BRUCE FISHER MEMORIAL BARREL RACE TBA, OK 9/229/23 Rockin’ C Arena 2 Day $2,400 Added Cash/Prizes 4D Target Time Saddle Barrel Race TALALA, OK 9/22 5D Open Barrel Racing and Jr Barrel Racing Madill, OK 9/22 OK Horse Auction Special Fall Riding
Horse Sale Poteau, OK 9/22 SBRA (Sooner Barrel Racing Assoc.) Inola, OK 9/22 OBRA-PeeWee, 4D Youth, $D Open Smithville, OK 9/23 SSRUC Play Day Sand Springs, OK 9/23 NBHA OK06 Eufaula, OK 9/23 Kellyville 4D Barrel Race Kellyville, OK 9/24 4-d buckle series BBR pending Muldrow, OK 9/24 4-Way Arena Weekly Barrel Racing Jackpot Pryor, OK 9/25 Broken Arrow RUC 20th Annual Barrel/ Pole Buckle Series Broken Arrow, OK 9/25 4-D Barrel Race 4 Week series Ketchum, OK 9/25 D&D PRODUCTIONS SADDLE SERIES SKIATOOK, OK 9/25 Fall Winter Blanket Series 4D with a New Open Sidepot! Checotah, OK 9/26 Lightning C Arena Wed Barrel Jackpot McAlester, OK 9/26 4-D Barrel Race Series Vinita, OK 9/27 Poteau Roundup Club Buckle Series Poteau, OK 9/27 Ranched Out Fall 2012 Series Cherokee, OK 9/27 Rockin’ C Arena Fall Trophy Jacket & More 4D Barrel Series TALALA, OK 9/27 Hot Summer Series! Bob Berg Buckles Stigler, OK 9/28 WildNotions Friday Nights Finals Oologah, OK 9/28 Bridle Creek Clean Slate Buckle Series Sperry, OK 9/29 SBRA - Make-up for 8/4 can. Inola, OK 9/29 8th Annual Foundations of Legends Horse Sale Coleman, OK 9/29 Nowata”s Ranch Rodeo Nowata, OK 9/29 ATR Saddle Series Playday Caney, OK 9/29 Roundup Cowboy Church Playdays Antlers, OK 9/29 4D barrel race Fairland, OK 9/30 $100 added OK02 NBHA Inola, OK 9/30 Rockin’ C Fall Trophy Jacket Playday Series TALALA, OK 9/30 4-D Barrel Race Added Money with 3-D Poles VINITA, OK 9/30 Kellyville 4D Barrel Race Kellyville, OK 10/1 4-Way Arena Weekly Barrel Racing Jackpot Pryor, OK 10/1 4-d buckle series BBR pending Muldrow, OK
9/12 5D Barrel Race at Santiam Rodeo Grounds Sublimity, OR 9/12 5D Barrel Race at Santiam Rodeo Grounds Sublimity, OR 9/26 5D Barrel Race at Santiam Rodeo Grounds Sublimity, OR
9/1-9/3 IBRA BARREL RACE Franklin, PA 9/8 IBRA BARREL RACE Hummelstown, PA 9/8 IBRA BARREL RACE Punxsutawney, PA 9/15 IBRA BARREL RACE Sheffield, PA 9/22 IBRA BARREL RACE Dillsburg, PA 9/22-9/23 IBRA BARREL RACE New Florence, PA 9/29-9/30 IBRA BARREL RACE Darlington, PA
9/1 Barrels Gone Wild Huron, SD
9/1 IBRA BARREL RACE Clinton, TN 9/7 IBRA BARREL RACE Midway, TN 9/15 Tri C Farms 100% Payback 4D Summer Shoot Out Barrel Race Seymour, TN 9/22 IBRA BARREL RACE Morristown, TN 9/22 rural mount arena added money series Morristown, TN 9/22 Middle Tn Jr Rodeo Rickman, TN 9/29 IBRA BARREL RACE Winchester, TN
9/1 23rd Annual ANHA ShootOut Waco, TX 9/1 Dekalb Rodeo Club/Bowie Co.Cowboy Church Open 4D Dekalb, TX
9/1 **NEW THIS YEAR** APHA Open/ Amateur Barrels/Poles Slot Classes at World Show Fort Worth, TX 9/2-9/3 23rd Annual ANHA ShootOut Waco, TX 9/4 AUBREY - TUES NIGHTS Aubrey, TX 9/4 Wade Indoor Arena Buckle Series Terrell, TX 9/4 Tuesday 4D Jackpot & Exhibitions Stephenville, TX 9/4 CIRCLE 3 ARENA TUESDAY NITE PRACTICE PICKTON, TX 9/5 Whitesboro Riding Club Introduces Wednesday Night Barrel Exhibition Whitesboro/Sadler, TX 9/6 Zaal Ranch Thursday Nite Jackpot Collinsville, TX 9/7 $500 Added 4D Barrel Race-Buckles in Ea. D Cleburne, TX 9/7 CC5D Barrel Race Stephenville, TX 9/8 Whitesboro Play Day Series Sadler, TX 9/8 SCSP PLAYDAY SERIES Center, TX 9/8 Youth Rodeo Saint Jo, TX 9/8 BBRA TBD, TX 9/8 Blue Ridge Riding Club Playday Blue Ridge, TX 9/8 ~*~LBA Fall Barrel Bash~*~ ADDED $$$ Bullard, TX 9/8 BRFC Poles and $500 Added Open 4D Crockett, TX 9/8 Denton County Cowboy Church Play Day Ponder, TX 9/8 CTBRA JACKPOT BARRELS AND POLES BELTON, TX 9/9 Cash for Carlie - Benefit Boerne, TX 9/9 LONGHORN BARRELS & POLES Marshall, TX 9/9 Riding for Jesus Buckle Series Salado, TX 9/9 CTBRA JACKPOT BARRELS AND POLES BELTON, TX 9/10 5D Saddle Series - BBR Approved Denton, TX 9/11 CIRCLE 3 ARENA TUESDAY NITE PRACTICE PICKTON, TX 9/11 AUBREY - TUES NIGHTS Aubrey, TX 9/11 Tuesday 4D Jackpot & Exhibitions Stephenville, TX 9/13 Zaal Ranch Thursday Nite Jackpot Collinsville, TX 9/15 4D Barrel Race Ewell, TX 9/15 Gainesville Riding Club Open Playday Series Gainesville, TX 9/15 Barrel & Pole Exhibition Gainesville, TX 9/15 7TH ANNUAL SADDLE ROPING BONHAM, TX 9/15 Kilgore Saddle Club 2012 Series Kilgore, TX 9/15 RIDE LIKE A GIRL OPEN 4D and YOUTH 3D, WPRA Columbus, TX 9/15 Lightning Bar Barrel Cash Bash $4000 added Stephenville, TX 9/15 Pineywoods Youth Rodeo Association Tenaha, TX 9/15 Jasper County Cowboy Church Playday Jasper, TX 9/15 $500* Added 4D Barrel Race Ewell, TX 9/15 NBHA Texas 25 Crockett, TX 9/15 NBHA TX 22 Center, TX 9/15 BIT barrel racing - Added Money Mabank, TX 9/16 Cross Brand Cowboy Church Playday Series Tyler, TX 9/16 CIRCLE 3 ARENA SUNDAY PLAY DAY PICKTON, TX 9/16 Pineywoods Youth Rodeo Association Tenaha, TX 9/16 Barrel Racing America Region 1 Waxahachie, TX 9/16 CHASING CANS FOR CAMBRI CLEBURNE, TX 9/17 5D Saddle Series - BBR Approved Denton, TX 9/18 CIRCLE 3 ARENA TUESDAY NITE PRACTICE PICKTON, TX 9/18 Tuesday 4D Jackpot & Exhibitions Stephenville, TX 9/18 AUBREY - TUES NIGHTS Aubrey, TX 9/20 Zaal Ranch Thursday Nite Jackpot
Collinsville, TX 9/21 Playday Series Nevada, TX 9/22 Lynn McKenzie Clinic at Denton County Cowboy Church Ponder, TX 9/22 $2000 2012 BBR REGIONAL CHALLENGE***DOUBLE QUALIFIER*** Sweetwater, TX 9/22 Whitesboro Play Day Series Sadler, TX 9/22 Shayla Bennett Memorial Barrel Race Teague, TX 9/22 ROCKING IT TEXAS BARREL RACE 5-D Burleson, TX 9/22 Extreme Cowgirl Ranch Rodeo Burnet, TX 9/22 McGinn 4D Benefit Barrel Race Rising Star, TX 9/23 Lynn McKenzie Clinic at Denton County Cowboy Church Ponder, TX 9/24 5D Saddle Series - BBR Approved Denton, TX 9/25 AUBREY - TUES NIGHTS Aubrey, TX 9/25 CIRCLE 3 ARENA TUESDAY NITE PRACTICE PICKTON, TX 9/27 DCCC BARREL RACE Ponder, TX 9/27 Zaal Ranch Thursday Nite Jackpot Collinsville, TX 9/28 Kelsey Davis Memorial Andrews, TX 9/29 Open 4D Benefit Barrel Race Jefferson, TX 9/29 PYF $1,000 Added 4D or 5D Race Jourdanton, TX 9/29 Cowboy Church Senior Rodeo Tour , TX 9/29 Gainesville Riding Club Open Playday Series Gainesville, TX 9/29 TYLER MARDIS BENEFIT 5 D Barrel Race Mt. Vernon, TX 9/29 Barrel Racing America Region 5 Ben Wheeler, TX 99/29 OPEN PLAYDAY BONHAM, TX 9/29 Barrel Racing America Region 2 Open 4D Livingston, TX 9/29 NFCC 8th Annual Fall 5D Barrel Race Wills Point, TX 9/30 4D or 5D Open Jackpot Jourdanton, TX 10/1 5D Saddle Series - BBR Approved Denton, TX
9/8 $2000 added Utah Barrel Racing Assoc Heber City, UT 9/13 BEST N WEST SHOOTOUT FINALS FARMINGTON, UT 9/149/16 Salt Lake County Can Run $12,500 Added South Jordan, UT 9/22 The Utah Barrel Racing Assoc. , UT 9/29 Utah Barrel Racing Assoc, UT
9/2 IBRA BARREL RACE Bassett, VA 9/8 IBRA BARREL RACE New River Trail State Park, VA 9/15 IBRA BARREL RACE Appomattox, VA 9/15 IBRA BARREL RACE Suffolk, VA 9/15 IBRA BARREL RACE Pennington, VA 9/29 IBRA BARREL RACE Pennington, VA
9/1 IBRA BARREL RACE Mondovi, WI 9/7-9/8 Wisconsin Barrel Blitz 19th Annual Deerfield, WI 9/8 LTPA SPEED SERIES LaValle, WI 9/9 Wisconsin Barrel Blitz 19th Annual Deerfield, WI 9/15 Holmen 4D Barrels & 3D Poles, $1,000 added Holmen, WI 9/22 UW-Madison Saddle & Sirloin Club Kickin’ Up Dust Speed Show LaValle, WI 9/22 LTPA SPEED SERIES LaValle, WI
9/1 IBRA SUPERSHOW Canvas, WV 9/2 IBRA SUPERSHOW Canvas, WV 9/8 IBRA BARREL RACE Blacksville, WV 9/15 IBRA BARREL RACE Moundsville, WV 9/22 IBRA BARREL RACE Glen Easton, WV
9/1-9/3 LABOR DAY WEEKEND BARREL BLAST Torrington, WY 9/29 2012 Cheyenne Saddle Tramps Saddle Series DOUBLE HEADER Cheyenne, WY
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News Seventeenflat.com Innovative Barrel Racer Filled A Need With POP-Up Barrels
From the time I can remember, my dad would dream up innovative, crazy shortcuts in my house for items people use daily. Friends would always say, your dad should patent that...I want one. I always encouraged him to patent one of his ideas but he said that he was happy to just make life easier for his family. I inherited my father’s inventive mind and in 2004 I invented and patented POP-Up Barrels® and began the company called Seventeenflat.com.
Texas, Furrtreeous, Georgia Halo, Gridiron, Hadtobenuts, Hiclass La Jolla, Ivory James, Jumpn Chic, Lead The Field, Moon Shake, Newarco, Oak Tree Special, Papa Larry, Prime Talent, Prime Time Dream, Saint Schackleton, Sixy Royal King, Special Crown Royal, Strong Hope, Sweep The Leg Johnny, TRS Renegade Dash, Zoomin For Bux are eligible for entry. For entry blanks please go to http://www.fqhra.com/documents. php . The next payment is due 9/15/2012 and late entries can be made with only a $100 penalty. The 30 day, $120,000 per day Hialeah meet begins on December 15 and runs through February 17, 2013. Barns open December 1, 2012.
White’s Strategy is to keep it Simple.
By: Tammie Hiatt / www.iprarodeo.com - Photo Credit: Peggy Gander/Guaranteed Cowgirl - Ca-
rie White of Richfield, WI has a refreshing approach to her life and her rodeo career….keep it simple. Carie and husband Wade, an IPRA World Champion Tie-Down Roper, own two horses, her barrel horse and his roping horse. No practice horses, no back-up horses, no string of young horses in the training stages.
They are built to last and have proven to be the gold standard for POP-Up Barrels®. I still get emails from people who have had their barrels for 8 years and say that they are still in great shape. Seventeenflat.com POP-Up Barrels® are red and white. Don’t be confused by other barrels that look somewhat the same. They are exactly the same size as 55 gallon drums used for barrel racing. They are made with stronger wire and thicker fabric with reinforced stitching. Basically, it boils down to the fact that if you didn’t get the barrels from www.seventeenflat.com, you didn’t get authentic Pop-Up Barrels®.
In this day and time of high-tech rodeo, this is a rare thing for two people and two horses to make their presence known in any association, nonetheless in the IPRA. For the last three years Wade, a veteran IFR contender, and Carie have both qualified for the International Finals Rodeo. They both say that traveling together is their favorite part of rodeo.
Seventeenflat.com Pop-Up Barrels® come with a customer satisfaction guarantee. I will go above and beyond for my customers, that’s just the way I am. You can also buy replacement single barrels and bags, and when you call, you will speak directly to me--a real live person and not a call center.
Carie, currently sitting in the number two seat in the IPRA world standings, is no stranger to this scenario. She came into her first IFR in the number two seat and had high hopes of claiming her own gold buckle, but left Oklahoma City very discouraged. “I just couldn’t stop the clock at my first IFR. I was so disappointed,” recalled White. “I can laugh and joke about it now. It’s too bad the IFR isn’t a 3D,” she laughs.
Inventing the Pop-up Barrels has taught me about life, business and people. I am very proud of my Pop-Up Barrels® and the integrity associated with my company. To me, pride equals happiness and that attitude is what drives my business. In a way, I relate it to barrel racing because I’d rather have a good run and come home without a check than win money for a run I wasn’t proud of.
“At my second IFR, I thought maybe it would go better, but it didn’t and last year, I was in the number two seat again and I just expected it to not go well,” Carie explains. “I’m racking my brain this year. I just don’t know what it is, but three years in a row and we can’t stop the clock. It’s just crazy.”
FQHRA Stallion Stakes Futurity Trials Date Set for December 15, 2012 The 350 yard $50,000 added FQHRA Stallion Stakes Futurity trials will be held December 15, 2012 at Hialeah Race Park. It is open to all foals of 2010 who are the progeny of sires whose seasons were sold in the FQHRA Stallion Service Auction for the 2009 breeding season. In 2011 this race was worth over $95,000. All 2 year olds by As Good As Nick Gets, Contend, Cowboys Rodeo, First Down Straw, First Place
The couple has access to a huge run of rodeos in July and August in the Northeast and they take full advantage of the many one-performance fair rodeos. “We have a pretty good stretch of rodeos close to us,” said Carie. “We don’t go a lot in the winter, we really concentrate on the summer rodeos and then work the rest of the year.”
“Kate has been running great this year, she’s really stepped up. She’s always good in the small pens but this year she’s been running good in the bigger pens as well. I can’t complain. She’s been really sound. I have a great vet that knows how to keep her consistent. A couple of years ago she got really sore and fell apart on me. Now he knows what she needs.” Ninnekah Kate is a 13 year-old, 14.3-hand mare that has been partnered with White for the past four years. 5-time IPRA World Champion Barrel Racer Betty Roper of Oktaha, OK raised Kate. “Kate is out of Ninnekah Bugs and Betty’s good mare, Rocks Lotta Bert. Betty started her and took her to the futurities. She’s been running barrels about 9 years now and still loves her job,” said White.
News It’s Official: Stolis Winner Is Retired by Greg Thompson, Stallionesearch.com RUIDOSO, NM—Owner Jerry
Windham has verified Quarter Horse racing’s all-time leading money earner Stolis Winner has entered retirement. “We worked him earlier in the year, and afterwards the decision was made that it was time,” said Windham. “He’ll wind up doing something before too long. He’ll become a pony horse or something productive in the future.”
“I’ve ridden her four years now and we are very comfortable with each other. I know her so well and don’t even have to think about it when we run; it’s just automatic for us. Wade warms her up for me at the rodeos and tunes on her if she needs it and I just get on and run her. I am not a trainer and don’t claim to be, that is definitely not my specialty,” she states. “We’d like to have a colt out of her and I told Wade that he’d have to train me a baby just like her.” “I really don’t have a clue as far as a strategy for the IFR this year,” said Carie. “We were just talking about this the other day. The ideal situation would be to be number one in the standings with a big enough lead no one could catch you, but that’s not the case so I guess we will just have to see what happens. It seems like if you are chasing it too hard, it just seems to fall apart. It’s fun the way we do it, no real expectations, just go and see what happens.” “I thought about getting something else to ride at the finals but I think that would just be too stressful for me, I don’t think I would feel comfortable on another horse. I’ve always laid Kate off in the winter, but this year I think I am going to keep running her and see if that helps at the IFR. I may try to come to Oklahoma City to the BFA World Championship in December so I can run her in the same arena and see how she does.” Wade and Carie not only enjoy traveling together, they also work together in their own web-based business, Safari Girl Designs. Their website features their own designs on tack, dog collars, belts and shoes. If you wonder about the connection between the business name and the rodeo couple, it may be, in part, because of their two traveling companions, Genesis and Lil Wayne, the White’s two pet monkeys. “They go everywhere with us,” said Carie. “Genesis is 12 years old, he has diabetes and has to have insulin twice a day. He weighs about 22 lbs. and has a life expectancy of around 30 years. The smaller one, Lil Wayne, weighs 12 lbs. and is 4 years old and can live to be 45. They travel with us; they have crates in the living quarters of our horse trailer. The little one can escape from his crate and let the bigger one out, we’ve come home to find our house redecorated more than once,” she laughs. “The bigger one is food focused and the little one likes electronics and likes to take the keys off the computer keyboard. It’s always exciting.”
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The six-year-old gelding retires with the all-time earnings mark of $2,235,161 from twenty-nine career starts. His thirteen career victories are highlighted by the win in the 2008 edition of G1 All American Futurity. He was also victorious in the G1 Rainbow Futurity, G1 Heritage Place Futurity, and the G1 Texas Classic Derby. He was named the 2008 AQHA Racing World Champion, Champion 2-Year-Old and Champion 2-Year-Old Gelding. Windham bred the son of champion Stoli in Texas from the Runaway Winner mare Veva Jean. M. Heath Taylor trained Stolis Winner for the majority of his career start, and late into his five-year-old campaign before being shipped to trainer Juan Aleman in California to compete in the 2011 Bank of America Challenge Championship, were he finished a troubled 11th place. Racing Medications American Quarter Horse Association teaming with The Jockey Club to address medications in horse racing. www.aqha.com - Q-Racing Journal - August 11, 2012 - American Quarter
Horse Association Teaming With the Jockey Club to Address Medications in Horse Racing. The American Quarter Horse Association today announced its endorsement of The Jockey Club’s proposed Reformed Racing Medication Rules. The rules, announced a year ago by The Jockey Club and updated recently, address the issue of permitted race-day medications, illegal doping of horses, uniform rules and penalties for those who violate rules or attempt to harm horses and their riders. “It is critical for us to keep racing clean for the horses; the owners, breeders and trainers; and the betting public,” said Don Treadway Jr., AQHA Executive Vice President. “AQHA has been a leader at addressing this topic and by teaming with our Thoroughbred – and other breed – counterparts, we are forming a united front to address this very serious issue.” Over the last year, horse racing has been under the microscope. Efforts have been initiated in Washington, D.C., to regulate the industry. In fact, AQHA Director and Racing Council Chairman Matt Witman testified before a Senate hearing in July regarding medication and performance-enhancing drugs in horse racing. AQHA’s endorsement included one qualification, with AQHA not calling for the withdrawal of the use of furosemide on race day. The Jockey Club has long advocated the removal of this medication from competition.
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Money earner of $16,805 at 2, fnl. Rainbow F.–G1. From very limited number of foals, the sire of 17 starters, 11 ROM, with earnings of $159,481 including Talleys First Shake (shown above) si 97 (4 wins, $75,709, 2nd Zia D.–RG2), Shake Race si 96 (2 wins, $27,639), First To Oro B si 99 (Winner, $16,619), Shaking Sixes si 95 (Winner, $13,149), Shakeshakeshake si 101 (Winner, $5,877), Rollin First B si 92 ($5,206), etc.
His sire - FIRST DOWN DASH SI 105 $857,256 AQHA Racing Champion Three-year-old Colt, AQHA Racing Champion Three-year-old, World Champion Racing American QH, AQHA All-TimeLeading Sire of Money Earners His dam - SHAKE EM SIX SI 97, by Streakin Six, 4 wins at 2 and 3 - 6,158,
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News “AQHA and The Jockey Club have had productive meetings to address topics within the proposal in order to gain widespread industry endorsement and broader support. Both AQHA and The Jockey Club agree that working jointly to promote the Reformed Racing Medication Rules and addressing this most important issue in a united fashion will move the industry to where it needs to be to address race-day medications, uniform rules, and illicit and illegal drugs, and punish those who use them in swifter fashion and with harsher penalties,” Treadway said. At The Jockey Club’s Round Table Conference in Saratoga Springs, New York, it was also announced today that the Thoroughbred Owners and Breeders Association has endorsed the Reformed Racing Medication Rules. “We have to agree on a goal of not only ensuring that our sport is as safe as possible and that our athletes are properly cared for, but also reassure public observers and our fans that we compare favorably to other sports and the international racing community when it comes to the use of drugs,” said Stuart S. Janney III, vice chairman of The Jockey Club and chairman of the Thoroughbred Safety Committee. “We are immensely pleased to have the American Quarter Horse Association and the Thoroughbred Owners and Breeders Association joining this critical initiative.” The AQHA Racing Council will meet later this month and among its topics will be the Reformed Racing Medication Rules proposal and other avenues the Association will pursue to protect horses from those who seek to do them harm. AQHA and TJC will be reaching out to other groups to coordinate an industry-wide meeting on the Reformed Racing Medication Rules proposal. A copy of the August 12, 2012, version of the Reformed Racing Medication Rules can be found at www.aqha.com.
($138,174) and stakes-placed Toast To Texas ($79,992). Preliminary first night results showed 94 of 123 yearlings selling in the first season marked sold for a $34,395 average and $20,500 median. The gross sales total for yearlings sold was $3,233,100. Jesus Garera Garcia purchased Friday’s second high-seller One Slick Cartel for $112,000 from Burns Ranch, Agent for Allred Brothers Ranch, LLC. The colt by leading first crop sire Carters Cartel is out of the stakesplaced Dash For Cash mare One Slick Cookie, dam of 10 ROM and three stakes horses. She is also the granddam of 2012 Rainbow Futurity(G1) winner Carters Cookie ($352,100), by Carters Cartel. Princess Abigail Kawananakoa was the leading first night buyer with two head for $485,000, followed by Alberto Sabas Valdez who purchased two for $185,000 and Reliance Ranches, LLC with three for $140,000. Julianna Hawn Holt was the leading consignor in the first session with three yearlings for $590,000 followed by Lazy E Ranch, LLC Agent for Bob and Jerry Gaston three for $250,000 and Burns Ranch Agent five head for $162,000. Corona Cartel led all sale sires, by average with two or more sold, with four yearlings averaging $152,250. All-time leading sire First Down Dash had nine for $53,722 and Carters Cartel averaged five for $51,400. Foose was the leading first year sale sire with four head averaging $35,875. For preliminary results from the first session, including hip-by-hip results visit www.stallionesearch.com The sale continued Saturday (Sept. 1) following the final race at Ruidoso Downs the second session of Select Yearlings (Hips 226 thru 254). The final session was Sunday (Sept 2) evening (Hips 293 thru 497).
Spirit Leader Top First Night Ruidoso Sale for $425,000 RUIDOSO DOWNS, NM—AUGUST 31, 2012—www.stallionesearch photo
The Ruidoso Select Yearling Sale got off to a roaring start Friday night with Abigail K. Kawananakoa paying $425,000 for Spirit Leader, a halfbrother to champion Leading Spirit. The Corona Cartel colt consigned by Julianna Hawn-Holt is out of Sandra Task, by Special Task, the dam of 7 winners included champion 2-year-old gelding Leading Spirit ($811,413), GR3 winner Leading Diva
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QHRAI September Newsletter I love the fall in Indiana. September got here much faster than I had imaged though, which means we are down to 8 weeks of the Indiana Quarter Horse Race Season. How did that happen so quickly? We have seen a lot of really great quality stake races, new track records and overall great racing opportunities. Some of us have gone through a couple of draws, still waiting our turn to get in, but overall we are getting (most of) our horses run!! We have some exciting times coming up this month at Hoosier Park. Bring your horses and run, or leave your horses at home and come enjoy the fun and excitement!! Either way, you are guaranteed to see the “Fastest Horses on the Track”. The $100,000 added Gordon Mobley Futurity Finals is September 15th. This will be the best group of Indiana sired 2 year olds around. Be there to see them run for the money. The Hoosier Park Classic Trials are September 28th and the Sterlie Bertram trials are September 29th. That will be a weekend of class trials. The finals for those two races are on QUARTER HORSE DAY, OCTOBER 13th, along with the trials for the Governors Stake and the Miss Roxie Little. You won’t want to miss QUARTER HORSE DAY, OCTOBER 13th. We are planning a full day of fun, food and fast horses. After the races, QHRAI is hosting a horsemen’s dinner. It will start around 7:00 to give the Mike Kase and his staff a chance to set up for our party. We are also going to be auctioneering the infamous “STICK HORSES” that night, and the best of the best stick horses and riders will be running for the money on October 27th. Be thinking about which rider you will be naming on your horse!! This is a good money maker for QHRAI to donate to our horsemen in need. Last year we were able to send the proceeds to Richie Gilliard.
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September 1st of each year is the due date for the QHRAI Application to be submitted to the Indiana Horse Racing Commission. This application is reviewed by all of the Commissioners and in October we will be asked to have the Application presentation in front of the Commission. Based on the information provided to the Commission at the Hearing, they make a decision on whether or not the QHRAI will be the sole representative for the Quarter Horse Racing Industry in Indiana, and awarded the money that is designated in statute (that means the purse money that we run for each year). THIS IS A BIG DEAL for the QHRAI. Like the All State Insurance Commercials say, “You are in good hands” and should know that QHRAI is represented at the highest level, both professionally and from the horsemen’s perspective. If you pass Tom Mosley in the barn at the track or see him standing out by the rail in the morning during training, let him know you appreciate all the hard work he puts into creating the application. He does a balancing act this time of year getting the application created and keeping his barn at the track going. And, if you see Marg Thompson on race night, be sure to thank her for her diligent work on the gaming revenue accounts that are meticulously kept!! There are going to be two horsemen’s meeting s at Hoosier Park in the Top of The Park Room on September 19th and 20th. These are the meetings we hold every year to get input from our horsemen so we can plan for next year’s racing season. These meetings are for Owners and Trainers on the 19th and Breeders and Sire Owners on the 20th. We will start each meeting at 5:00 and we will break for dinner around 6:30. We will be talking to you about these meetings at the races!! Please RSVP to me so I know how many will be attending. Call me at 317-509-6372. Hold the date: January 5th, 2013. That is when the Stallion Service Auction and Annual Membership Meeting will be held. We will be at the same place as last year at the Crowne Plaza Hotel,
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QHRAI News Airport. More information will be coming and we will be starting the stallion procurement process soon!! This is your opportunity to be a part of the signature race program in Indiana. And I heard there may be some really great changes next year. August was a sad month for the Quarter Horse Racing Family. There are a lot of things in life that we might hear and not like. We don’t like it when our horses don’t run well. We don’t always like going to the barn to clean stalls. It hurts when we lose a friend that moves away, or we are sad when a son or daughter or relative moves away to experience a new part of their life. You want to be happy for them, but you still hurt inside because you will miss them. It’s hard to see someone be sick. It’s harder to know someone you care about is sick and they won’t be around in this life very long. The news about Fran Thompson went straight to my heart and I struggle how to deal with it. Fran was diagnosed with cancer last year and was treated. She was in remission this year when she arrived to Indiana Downs to open up Fran’s Tack Shop. She always has a smile on her face assuring everyone she feels great. She is the model person that anyone would want to consider their friend, and Fran has many friends. Fran went to the doctor last week and found out that her cancer is back. She will be flown home to Florida where she will be with her Florida family and medical support team there. Please say a special prayer for Fran. She has been a big part of our Quarter Horse Racing Family in Indiana and I know we have been a big part of her family. I know she is hoping that we all keep our heads up and is wishing us luck racing!! Let’s make her proud!!
Horsemen’s Meetings ---at Hoosier Park---
Mark Your Calendars! Sept. 19th - 5:00pm 6:30pm lunch Owners & Trainers Sept. 20th - 5:00pm 6:30pm lunch Breeders & Sire Owners Top of the Park Room at Hoosier Park RSVP 317-509-6372
Take care and see you at the track!! Michelle Collins Executive Director Quarter Horse Racing Association of Indiana
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Tinys First Pepsi Wins the QHRAI Stallion Service Auction Futurity ANDERSON, IN—AUGUST 18, 2012—Fastest qualifiers Tinys Fist Pepsi and Successful Dash returned to Hoosier Park Saturday afternoon to win the QHRAI Stallion Service Auction Futurity and Derby respectively. The races, for American Quarter Horse foals sired by stallion’s participating in the annual QHRAI Stallion Service Auction, carried combined added money purses of $150,000.
QHRAI Stallion Service Auction Futurity Under jockey Rodney Prescott, fastest qualifier Tinys First Pepsi picked up her second straight victory as she cruised to a half-length win over Mr Jess Down Focash in the $100,000 QHRAI Stallion Service Auctions Futurity on Saturday. Racing for Ronald Brown and Robert Ray, the gelded son of Tinys First Pepsi completed the 350 yard course in :17970 seconds, a 92 speed index. The $39,000 winner’s purse swelled Tinys First Pepsi’s total earnings mark to nearly $50,000. Diana Keiser bred the sorrel in Indiana from the Lucks Chic Gay mare Chics Pepsi. Two starts back Tinys First Pepsi finished fourth in the Jaguar Rocket Stakes at Indiana Downs. Racing for Quency E. Grant, Mr Jess Down Focash is trained by Huston Dial. The Papa Larry gelding out of Jacquards Darling, by Jacquard, earned $19,000 for finishing second. Ridden by Juan Delgado, the sorrel was bred in South Carolina by Joseph McMillian.
Second fastest qual- Tinys First Pepsi ridden by Rodney Prescott ifier Wrs Kool Blaze, a homebred racing for Williams Racing Stables, Inc., finished a neck back in third. Dicky Benton trains with Julie Veltman riding. The Kool Quick Kid gelding out of Blazin Memory, by Blazen Bryan, earned $9,000 for his effort. His stable mate Wrs Kool Corona finished fourth. Completing the field were Kook Quick Cash, Wh Precious Perry, Diamond Kissed, Flys No Mystery, Hoosier Rabbit and Wh Mercy Me.
QHRAI Stallion Service Auction Derby Randy Thompson’s Successful Dash picked up his fourth win this season as he raced to an impressive 1 ¼ length win over Will You Perry Me in the $50,000 QHRAI Stallion Service Auction Derby at Hoosier Park Saturday. The altered son of Cartel Success completed the 400 yards in :20.090 seconds, getting the winner’s purse of $19,500. Tom Mosley, Jr saddled with Gerardo Garrido riding. Bred by Bill Price from the Dash For Cash mare Rita Anns Dash, Successful came into the race as the fastest qualifier in the August 4 trials. The winner’s purse pushed his career total to $67,503 and a career record of 5-1-2 in 13 starts.
Successful Dash Takes QHRAI Stallion Service Auction Derby Tom Mosley Jr. leads Successful Dash ridden by Gerardo Garrido.
Racing for Eric Doctor, Will You Perry Me finished 1 ¼ lengths ahead of the field to earn $9,500 for second. The Dashing Val filly out of Streakin Keep Sake, by Mr Jess Perry, is trained by Ron Raper and ridden by Harold Collins. Jenifer Haynes is the breeder. Still looking for his first win four starts this season, HQH Burn Notice finished third for owner’s David Whitman and Timothy Noel. Winner of the Jaguar Rocket Stakes last season, the Twaynas Dash 3-year-old earned $4,500 to push his earnings total past $117,000. Troy Crissup was aboard the Ronald Haynes bred gelding. He is out of the Tiny Master Bug mare Honey Bunny Bug. Chilled Patrona, Planet Dash, Straw In My Shoe Dhd, Swiper, McKenzies Vision, Senor Vibora and Chilled Six Pack completed the field.
Gets New Track Record With Bradford Stakes Victory
to total to $112,263. He has earned more than $75,000 this season while winning three of seven starts. The Mr Jess Perry horse out of the Victory Dash mare Daring Difference, has a lifetime record of 6-3-2 from 27 starts.
Got Courage’s narrow loss snapped a three-race win streak for the Metallic Lion mare owned by J. Guadalupe Arevalo. Rolando Almanza trains the 5-yaer-old with Juan Delgado getting the riding assignment. Bred in California by Cathy Monji, Got Courage earned $16,960 today, bringing her total bankroll to $116,241. She is out of the Pritzi Dash mare Sawachan.
Under jockey Harold Collins, Ethics Aside leaves the paddock (right) before posting new track record in the Bradford Stakes on Saturday August 18th (above. )
Jorge Gonzalez owned and trained Ethics Aside set a new track record Saturday afternoon at Hoosier Park as he held off Got Courage by a neck in the $84,500 Bradford Stakes. Under jockey Harold Collins the 6-year-old raced down the inside rail to complete the 400 yards in :19.730 seconds, a 106 speed index. Lovemelikethat established the previous track record of :19.856 on October 22, 2011. Bred in Texas by Joe Kirk Fulton, Ethics Aside pocketed $46,640 for the win, almost doubling his career earnings
Cesar Rosales’ Speed Smith finished another neck back in the show position. Also trained by Almanza, the Prime Talent 4-year-old was ridden by Victor Olivo. Out of the First Down Dash mare Speedy Empress, Speed Smith earned $8,480 for the effort. Sylvia Shaw Pitman bred the brown colt in Texas. Completing the field were Toastin Fame, Fast N Furrious, Fearles Fred, Freaking, Air Born Leader, Jess Special Candy and Bt King Chambertin.
QUARTER HORSE DAY at
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We are looking forward to seeing you on Saturday, October 13. A full day of fun for the entire family!! "Quarter Horse Day" at Hoosier Park features a full race card of Quarter Horse races, including...
Miss Roxie Little
Hoosier Park Classic
$100,000 Added Indiana Bred 2 year olds 350 yards - Trials $100,000 Added Indiana Bred 4 year olds & up 400 yards - Finals
$75,000 Added Open 2 year olds 350 yards - Trials
$100,000 Added Indiana Bred 3 year olds 350 yards - Finals
• Mechanical Bull • Q-Racing Ace - We are planning to host another AQHA Racing Ace to help our fans learn how to handicap!! • Interactive games and children's activities • Live Mule Races “ Q.H.R.A.I. is hosting a complimentary dinner for our horsemen and women after the Races on October 13th, Quarter Horse Day. Please plan to join us in the Hoosier Park Clubhouse around 7:00 for dinner, entertainment, and a chance to relax and catch up with your QH friends."
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QHRAI News AQHA Central Region Point Standings as of August 27, 2012 THREE-YEAR-OLDS Gelding 1 Successful Dash 2 Chilled Six Pack 3 Ivory Celebration 4 Jack Jessee 5 Ride Lonesome 6 Chilled Patrona 7 Six Chilled Coronas 8 Valor And Glory 9 Painted Lies 10 Highway To Payoff 10 Pescado Fuerte
78 73 62 60 55 51 50 48 47 46 46
74 56 54 46 44 42 38 38 33 33 33
FOUR-YEAR-OLDS & UP
Gelding 1 Bright Eyed Vision 2 Air Born Leader 3 Fillemup Phil 4 Sweet Easy Cash 5 Brimmerton Lane 5 Five Star Cartel 5 Gypsy Effort 8 Ct Leader 8 Jj Stonewall Jaxson 8 Zoom N Crash
Breeder 1 Circle S Ranch Inc 2 Bobby D Cox 3 Randy L Thompson 4 Wilbur & Jean Hansen 5 Bill Price 6 John Bubel 7 Williams Racing Stables Inc 8 David L Wisdom 9 Ronald E Haynes 10 Raymond And Vickie Duke
Filly 1 Will You Perry Me 2 Checkin Her Out 3 Feature Dreamgirl 4 Swiper 5 Western Fun 6 Huckleberry Mojito 7 Aces Chiseledinstone 7 Josies Little Outlaw 9 Bye Bye Corona 9 Planet Dash 9 Red Hot Zoomer
80 76 67 65 54 54 54 51 51 51
Mare 1 Delta Dance 2 Rk Lady Prospect 3 Shawne Bay 4 Got Courage 5 Chicks Skidoo 6 Rise Above The Trees 7 Lovemelikethat 8 Cedar Creek 8 Chicks Brief Case 8 Six It Up
65 60 48 46 44 43 40 39 39 39
Colt 1 Streak N Hot 2 Mo Zoomo 3 Jhony Red 4 Vvr Streakin Cartel 5 Hez Tricky Too 6 Wjh My Own Ace 7 Dashin Shiner 7 Victorious Shake Em 9 Beduinos Jet Moon 10 Casino Black 10 Cf Chickasaw Warrior 10 Monsoor
49 43 37 26 25 17 16 16 15 10 10 10
Stallion 1 Cs Arc Light 2 Ethics Aside 3 Blood Red Cadillac 3 T Gold J 5 Paintyourownwagon 6 Speed Smith 6 Tough To Get Six 8 Eye M A Pistol 9 My Corona Is Rare 10 Giorgino
54 41 38 38 35 31 31 29 24 17
CONNECTIONS 239 230 208 163 157 154 133 117 115 112
Owner 1 Tom Maher 2 Randy L Thompson 3 Brenda Reiswig 4 Manny Silva 5 Francisco Ramos 6 Randy M Smith 7 Williams Racing Stables Inc 8 Brian L Gunder 9 Anthony F Cunningham 10 Faustino Bueno Sr
519 317 189 162 154 136 133 130 111 109
Trainer 1 Robert ‘Bob’ Johnson 2 Edward Ross Hardy 3 Anthony F Cunningham 4 Tom Mosley Jr 5 Ron Raper 6 Amber Blair 7 Ernest Fennell 8 John Mccreary 9 Rolondo Almanza 10 Jessie Villegas
817 543 441 420 417 374 343 330 315 299
Jockey 1 Clyde Smith 2 Oscar Delgado 3 Juan F Delgado 4 Gerardo Alonso Garrido 5 Victor Olivo 6 William Troy Crissup 7 Nik G Goodwin 8 Mark Luark 9 Doug Frink 10 Harold Collins
569 540 461 449 433 405 392 378 361 356
Hoosier Park Quarter Horse Meet Point Standings as of August 27, 2012 Jockey Sts Oscar Delgado Gerardo Garrido Harold Collins Shanley Jackson Juan F. Delgado Cesar Carrilo Rodney A. Prescott Troy Crissup Victor Olivo Jose A. Beltran
1st 2nd 3rd Win% $% Purses 27 5 3 2 19 37 $51,716 23 5 3 1 22 39 $72,279 29 4 7 4 14 52 $98,396 28 3 5 3 11 39 $52,921 22 3 4 2 14 41 $69,512 9 3 1 2 33 67 $45,945 15 2 1 1 13 27 $51,653 12 2 0 1 17 25 $17,956 25 1 3 4 4 32 $36,422 14 1 2 2 7 36 $20,989
Trainer Sts 1st 2nd 3rd Win% $% Purses Dicky Wayne Benton 14 3 1 2 21 43 $35,543 Loren Brocka 6 3 0 1 50 67 $21,430 Ron Raper 27 2 6 4 7 44 $51,790 Anthony F. Cunningham 23 2 3 3 9 35 $36,685 Thomas J. Mosley, Jr. 18 2 2 1 11 28 $39,380 Ricardo Martinez 7 2 2 1 29 71 $19,717 Rolando Almanza 11 2 1 1 18 36 $43,209 Felix Barraza 4 2 1 0 50 75 $26,415 Jorge L. Gonzalez 2 2 0 0 100 100 $55,578 Ronald G. Brown 2 2 0 0 100 100 $40,925
Horse Sts 1st 2nd 3rd Win% $% Purses J. Guadalupe Arevalo 4 2 1 0 50 75 $30,322 Randy L. Thompson 10 2 0 1 20 30 $27,385 Robert A. Ray & Ronald G. Brown 2 2 0 0 100 100 $40,925 Williams Racing Stables, Inc. 4 1 1 1 25 75 $18,625 Anthony F. Cunningham 4 1 1 1 25 75 $14,400 Quency E. Grant 3 1 1 1 33 100 $22,025 Felix Barraza 3 1 1 0 33 67 $19,265 Ricardo Martinez 3 1 1 0 33 67 $10,322 Jenifer Haynes 2 1 1 0 50 100 $12,188 Kris Locklear 2 1 1 0 50 100 $8,250
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Justifying Keeping The Old Horses Around truck (secretly I think he misses this part of the horses it may be 27 years since he has woke up and had to go catch escapees but he is GAME!) We get down to Moms and sure enough she is out with the neighbors young horses who are none to welcoming. Looks like a mountain lion tried to grab her at the neck as she has a cat sized bite at the poll and down her neck. Which would explain why she would run thru the fence for the first time in 30 years. Shes got a few cuts to her chest and front legs from the fence nothing as bad as it could be, a few kick and bite marks from the neighbors horses but God love her she just comes running up drops her head in the halter and we head for the gate shes practically dragging me to get there. Dads staring to lose his enthusiasim now but he’s not cussing to loud and hes digging back up the memories of when I was a kid and we had to always go get my Pony and goat out of the neighbors yard! jetgetset Posted 2012-08-29 11:22 PM I am a Freak Posts: 2965 Location: Nowhere Special I’m not near the bleeding heart I use to be when it comes to the horses and sometimes we all need that gentle reminder of why we do the things we do, even when they make no sense and cost us money we will never recoupe so I thought I would post this for all of you. With feed on the rise and hay worth a small fortune I thought some of you may like this. My Mom bought this mare for me when I was 8 and she was 4. I turned 34 last week and she is 30. I have owned her 26 years! She retired from the arena at age 11 due to soundness issues and has pretty much been a pasture pet ever since. I can not tell you the last time a person was on this old mares back but it has to to be atleast 15 years if not nearing TWO DECADES since she has had a leg swung over her. She is a permenat resident at my Moms who pampers her, She is old, sway backed, but just had her teeth done, gets wormed, vaccinated, feet trimmed, blanketed in the winter, and fed better then any horse on the place. I have struggled with keeping her going when I sell or give away horses that are “useful” but just couldn’t ever make that call. Not to mention my Mom would never permit it anyway. She still sees her as the beautiful young mare she was and the little kid I was the day we brought her home. Says she walks down memory lane everytime she feeds her so good enough. At 6 Am on my birthday I wake to a knock on my bedroom door.. UGH it’s my Dad who is here visiting says my Mom is on the phone and my mare is out (just what I wanted to do at 6Am on my birthday) Jump out of bed in my pj’s and slippers Dads already dressed and heading for the
Now we are a hike from the house and she is in a FLAT HURRY to get home the old mare still has some spunk when she wants to.. Im in my slippers and there is no way I am going to walk the gravel rode that far so I tell my Dad to give me a leg up something else he hasn’t done in probably 3 decades and the last time was probably on this very same horse. About mid way up I get to thinking.. Nobody has been on this horse in nearly 20 YEARS, I’m bareback with a halter and leadrope.. She was attacked by a cat in the night, ran thru the fence and has been fighting off about 10 head of young horses in the dark for who knows how long.. This could be a VERY BAD IDEA!! I can just see me getting dumped by my 30 year old horse in my PJ’s on my birthday in the middle of the driveway and it wouldn’t be anyones fault by my own!! LOL Never the less I was committed at that point and even though she is sway backed now and we are both so much older the moment my butt hit her back it was like regressing back 20+ years. Remembering all the things she won me, all the miles we rode, she still rides the same as she did 30 years ago and she never missed a beat.Sitting on her you don’t see her sway back or her dished eyes all you see is the same thing you saw so many years ago the view between two beautiful black ears ontop of a whole head full of sense and trust. You still feel the same powerful horse underneath you and she still travels the sameway she always has. . So while I was hotter then heck and cussing that mare left and right when I first woke up, getting to ride her again for probably the very last time. On very beautiful morning on my Birthday was just the ride down memory lane I needed to know why it is we keep these old guys around no matter the cost.. continued.....
NeNe That is the sweetest thing I have read in a long time. God bless the sweet girl.
have a grand ol’ mare in my pasture - she’s 30 now and has been my friend and partner for 28 years.
nance Awwww. That made me cry. I have an old one too.
peaceandsmiles Location: Oklahoma Amazing! This is just beautiful! I have one of those in my pasture who is one of the greatest horses I have ever owned. I think I will go out and spend the whole day with her tomorrow. And make sure she knows how much I love her.
Southtxponygirl Location: Seguin Texas That was just beautiful the way you put it, give that mare a hug or 2 for me , reading this has brought back the good old days for me too. Thank you so much for sharing this with us And love the pictures sbarmfarm Location: Holdenville, OK Thank you for sharing a special story! I too have one of those in my pasture ! Luv my Super Soldier aka red.. Southtxponygirl You need to write this out and keep it, and frame that top picture and put your letter that you just wrote and put it in the frame with the picture. That was really touching for me to read whiplashranch Location: Okemah, OK That’s the second time tonight a thread has made me cry! But these are good tears, thank you for sharing! SaraJean Location: ND I loved reading this. Those good old horses truly are worth everything we have to put into them..........I’ve got one to, he’s retired to light riding now days but every time I need a smile I jump on him & go for a walk. They’re priceless! Runzbarrel Location: Somewhere in Mommyland Yes exactly this! What a great story that brought tears to my eyes. We too have an old one (27yo) that is priceless when it comes to the kids being able to do anything with him. ghost rider Location: Landlocked in AR Thank you for sharing!! I too
Vegas_Gurl* This is the sweetest darn thing I have ever read! Thank you for sharing... I definitely have tears goin on... What a sweet, amazing girl. calawso Location: Missouri Thank you for sharing your story!! Beautiful!! I agree with the comment that you should print the pictures and story and frame it :) canrunnr Location: USA Beautifully written! I have a 38 year old who I’ve only had a couple years. When I let a kid ride her,.her eyes brighten up and all of a sudden she doesn’t look 38 anymore, more like 15. She was a former halter champion and you can see the pride when she has 4-6 year old on her back. And she is one of the spunkiest mares I have. She runs behind the golf cart at feeding time. God bless the old ones. HAPPY BIRTHDAY! Sounds like your day started off with blessings already! turnandburnon3 Location: Cloud 9 Agreed!! Very touching story, thanks for sharing. wildride Location: Mississippi Great story - I teared up too! Glad you got pictures of the event! galla I opened this thread thinking it was going to be one that was going to be negative towards the oldies. What a breath of fresh
air! Thank you for sharing. I have many over 20, most of those are 25+ and threads like this make my day. I love the old ones and have had many. Great story.. Evittranch Location: Iowa Great ending to a great story! Sucha_Mama Location: Where The Sun Is Shining! Wonderful story!! I have an old mare myself! I needed to read this. Thank you! sorrel horse ranch Location: Under the stary skies of Texas This is probably the best thread I have read on BHW. And the pictures are awesome. As some have said. Don’t miss the opportunity to copy your post and pictures and save them somewhere special. This really made me cry. Bibliafarm Location: FLORIDA..and aint leaving. wow I to got teary eyed... you are so right .. this is why we do what We need to do for our elders.. their Body maybe not able to handle it but their heart wants to.. thank you for sharing. Dr. J Location: Always on call..... Agreed with everyone - great post and I love that your dad took some pictures. You’ll have those to cherish forever. Way to brighten my morning, thank you for sharing. I really loved the part about how it feels exactly the same to be back on her. I don’t ride my oldie very often, but once and a while I love to hop and walk around the pasture - it is like a flashback in time and he does feel just the same...like coming home. rhondafri Location: Bandera, Texas I am crying reading this post also.....I have two old guys.... one is 31 and I raised him from a baby......and the other is 30, I traded the mother to the 31 yr old for the 30 yr old sight unseen, when she was 5 and he was just a yearling, and my sister has him right now, but I am going to bring him here to be with his buddy that
he grew up with, they have never been apart except these 3 yrs the one has been at my sister’s. Time for them to spend their last days together and I will give up MY comforts to make them comfortable and happy to the end! Could never think of giving them away or selling after hearing the horror stories of people leasing or donating only to find out they were sold to slaughter.....and they will never make THAT trip! I will have them put down first! Murphy Location: My old Kentucky home Great post! I love the oldies, they are my favorite. star1218 That was just beautiful. Thank you. teehaha Location: Carpenter, WY Wonderful story Thanks for sharing I’ve always had a soft spot for my oldies. They’ve given me 110% when I asked for it and they can count on me doing the same for them in their golden years. Tennbarrelracer Location: working or sleeping :( that is just AWESOME. thank you for sharing and I hope you had a really Happy Birthday RunningOnPaints Location: Mansfield, Tx Beautiful story... brought tears to my eyes.... sometimes it’s the little things that remind us of the great memories and good times... Give your your girl a hug for me.. Ladybrlracer Location: South East Georgia... Land of the idiots.... I have my old girl and she is 24 this year and will be with me until the day she is gone... she was my first barrel horse and taught me a lot. I haven’t ridden her in years but it sure makes me want to go out and jump on her.. I really love this story and yep made me cry at work too... King&I Location: Sapulpa, OK Awesome story!!!
Dudette Location: Texas There are some people in this world that “just don’t get it”. Our animals give us so much, unconditionally. When we put our children on the backs of these gracious animals, we are trusting them with our children’s lives. Horses like that are born, not made. They are given to special people, and some search a lifetime to find one like that. I have been lucky in life to have been blessed with several. You got the best Birthday gift anyone could ask for. Scout1320 Location: Near San Antonio, TX That story was so heartwarming. Thank you for sharing it. The pics were great! She sure looks like a fantastic old mare, and those kind are worth their weight in GOLD! RidenFly That was amazing to read. You should consider submitting the story and the pics to a magazine. So heartwarming. Thanks for sharing it. speedjunkie Location: Great NW What a Wonderful Birthday Gift! sometimes we need a wake up call to realize what we have. HezaMemory Location: Iowa What a great story. Thanks so much for sharing. Most of my herd are seniors now and I keep asking myself why I insist on keeping them now that feed prices have gone crazy. I have so many great memories with each one from the view of looking between their ears. Makes me want to go home and take a picture from each ones back while facing a pretty sunset or inviting trail just to keep for a memento for when they are gone. I hope you do find a magazine to publish your story. I know it would really touch a lot of hearts out there, just like it did all of us. rodeoveteran I too, thought it was going to be a post more geared towards “why bother” with them. Thank you for
a beautiful story instead! I have some friends who sell before their horses get too old. They don’t want to mess with the oldies and don’t want to go through the pain and expense of watching them age. But we currently have 2 here that are lifers. They have both given us the all and their very best. How can we not do the same for them? We have 6 or seven lifers buried here, two of them were my first pony and my first horse. It rips my heart out to lose them, but it would be so much WORSE if I found out they had been neglected or mistreated after I sold them. So the good ones stay here until...... so I can taake care of them and try to give back a fraction of what they have given us. Happy birthday and you don’t look a day over 14 in your PJs!!!! rodeopitmom Location: NE OKLAHOMA Wonderful story! Thanks for sharing and Happy Birthday! GOIN’ FAST Location: Alberta What an amazing story. Thank you for sharing. rostymom Location: OKLAHOMA How awesome. I have had the pleasure of having a few of these in my life. Being raised in the trading world I never learned how to let one go. LOL So I just keep them. I have also been able to take on a few old ponies that have served a wonderful purpose for others that would not or could not keep them. They were all wonderful horses in there day and I do all I can to feed them and keep them healthy until they pass or I think it is time. Of course my non horse husband wonders about me sometimes. She looked great for her age and I can only imagine the pleasure you had just riding her home. Iwish Location: the high desert what a wonderful story. Makes me miss my old gelding macho.
dakota88 Location: Somewhere else This brought tears to my eyes cause I still my very first horse. He is in his early 40’s. I’ve always said he is my first child, then my son is my second...only true horse people understand this. He has been with me thru everything....the breakups of relationships, the birth of my son, the ending of the relationship with his father, etc. We’ve traveled so many miles up and down the rodeo road. He taught me so much. I got him from a horse trader that was fixin to send him to the killers cause you couldn’t ever catch him. He was skin & bones when I paid $300 for him. I was offered alot of money for him when we was rodeo’ing & going everywhere. You could point him anywhere & he would go. I can’t think of the miles I’ve trail rode him, even used him at a haunted trail ride one year...masked bandits coming out of the woods, shooting & then bailing off onto the side of the trailers. He never ran off, just went back to the same spot & stood. He is the best horse I’ve ever had. The love of my life where horses are concerned. I now have 3 more besides him that will never leave my place. They all hold such a special place in my heart. I had bought my son a pony that I had found for a handicapped boy several yrs before i had my son. This little pony did such wonders for that boy, he could finally stand up straight & before long he could even run....When I found out I was having a son, I went to the owners & asked if they ever wanted to sell her that I wanted her. I got her for my son’s 2nd birthday. She passed at the age of 45. My son & me was with her when we had to put her down. 1 week later we lost my mom. This little pony will always have such a special place for me & my son. No way would I ever consider getting rid of them for any reason. You got to keep the good ones. They mean so much. They are as much of my family as my human family is...... bless the people who understand this and hang on to them.... I always think that one day I will get to see them all again. run n rate Location: 31 lengths farms Dakota what the heck do you feed him???
Cuz I have 2 or 3 that I’d love to have well into thier 40’S!!!!! I have had one mare that made it to 33 and my bay mare was 27 when she coliced due to complications with a tumor. Prndi Great story thank you for telling it! brlraceaddict OH MY GOODNESS. I have not opened this thread for three days for fear of it being negative and wow, what a great story. Thank you for sharing. Made me tearyeyed. My retired girl is not old by any means (19) and she has her good days and bad and I haven’t ridden her in over a year now. Makes me want to go throw a saddle on her and take her for a spin just to make her happy. Knowing it would be painful keeps me from doing it but I have no doubt that I could. You made me smile and realize I will keep her till she tells me it’s time. Thank you. Now, where is my Kleenex? turnnburn217 Wow! Fantastic Story! My gelding is 27 and he is a lifer. Publish the story! ALS1104 Location: Panama City, FL that just made me tear up! shes still a beautiful girl! i guess this is why i cant part with my boy- ive had him since he was a weanling. i still see that little fuzzy baby he was when i got him! SmokinGirlie Location: Where the long tails flow, ND How awesome! rodeorun68 Location: My Own Little World OK. I don’t cry over anything but you just made the tears flow. I too have my 34 year old girl out in the pen and she is just as you described. Thank you for the story & yes, you need to save it :) SwishMiss Location: San Antonio Texas great story thanks for sharing!
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Pole Bending Association Championships
The Central Kentucky Ag & Expo welcomed the 2012 National Pole Bending Championship Show to Liberty, Kentucky, June 29,30-July 1, 2012. This was NPBA’s most lucrative show ever, offering over $50,000 in cash and prizes to pole bending horses from around the United States, Canada and Italy. Thanks to Limestone John Deere Tractors and Reveal 4N1 equipment the arena footing proved to be blistering fast as the pole bending horses turned over nineteen second runs the entire weekend. 2010 NPBA 1D Champion, Chuck Givens quoted, “The footing was perfect and the fast times reflected that. When you have great ground, you have a great show! By far the best Championship Pole Bending we’ve ever put on.”
Many familiar faces came back to defend their titles including Troy Priddy and his mare, BW Tiny Jet, The pair did just that in the NPBA Open 3D Pole Bending Championship sponsored by Len Brown’s “The Corrector” Pad, Ross Carnahan, Jerry Barrett, Lucky D Farms and Josh Morton. Troy has been very successful in his ongoing career. He is an AQHA World Champion with multiple top tens at AQHA World Shows and an All American Quarter Horse Congress Champion. He continued
his winning ways by making it look easy posting a 19.973 in the first go, a 19.503 in the second go and winning the average with a 39.476 narrowly skimming by Janis Wagner and Reneoni who finished second in the 1D average with a 39.481. The NPBA Open 2-D was won by Congress winner, Suanne Fields and her horse, Sugar Star Gazer. This team was steady and ready to win all week-end. NPBA Open 3-D was won by Sarah Fackler and Lightining N Diamonds.
Stephanie Marcum Amateur Champions
Dirk Carnahan and Flaming Boogie Bug defended their title in the NPBA “Stephanie Marcum” Amateur Pole Bending for the second time. Dirk posted a 19.849 on Saturday and a 19.671 on Sunday to take the average with a 39.520.
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We asked Dirk what he thought about repeating this victory? He said, “Stephanie was a great friend and wonderful example of class and dignity. Now that Payton is riding Moon Struck Sue our family has grown even closer with Stephanie’s husband, Barry. Seeing this trophy back on the shelf in our house means so much to me.” Reserve 1-D Campion was Lonnie Willen and Judy’s At The Spa, 2011 AQHA World Champion in Jr Pole Bending. They posted an average of 39.842. Suzanne Fields and Sugar Star Gazer won yet another buckle and collected check in the “Stephanie Marcum” Amateur Pole Bending 2-D. Chuck Givens nailed down the 3-D of the Amateur Pole Bending on his home-bred, The Talkins Over. This class was sponsored by Barry Marcum, Johnne Dodds Insurance, and Len Brown “The CORRECTOR” Pad. Handmade pole bender trophy was donated by the Kendrick Family and awarded to the division winners. The NPBA Fururity was no exception. Sponsored by Park Equine Hospital and Len Brown, The CORRECTOR” Pad. The young horses ran solid and steady throughout the weekend. Only fractions separated out top two young horses in the 1-D. In 2011 Trent Tobin won the Futurity on a home-bred by his stallion, Redneck Jet. Once again Trent brought another talented home-bred, TT Redneck Nitro average of 40.534. World Champion Charlie Peoples and Lightnings Little Lad were Reserve Champions in the 1-D only a blink with a average of 40.582. Janis Wagner and How About a Redneck owned by Sarah Fackler won the 2-D average of the NPBA Futurity. Trent Curtis added another buckle to his showcase by winning 3-D of the Futurity with his horses, TZ Macarenia Chex for a second time. For the third consecutive year the Kentucky Quarter Horse Association recognized the outstanding talents of Kentucky-breds in the NPBA Futurity. The following winners were awarded bonus dollars in their division. Saturday 1stgo 1-D Glen Law and Flitnfiren Lightning, 2-D Jerry Barrett and Ragtime Special and 3-D Nathan Peoples and Firewater Sugar Bull owned by Mark Brown. Sunday 2ndgo 1-D Charlie Peoples and Lightning Little Lad/Light the Bells, 2-D Jason Thomas and Lonaker owned by Mary Lucus.
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The younger generation of NPBA let it be known that they could clock nineteen second runs too. Sat & Sun William Ball and his mare, May B Noble laid down a the gauntlet running a 19.378 on Saturday in the NPBA Youth Pole Bending sponsored by Len Brown, Lucky D Farm, Jasper Engines. He repeated this performance with yet another 19.376 in the second go, sealing the deal for the win! William won a NPBA custom designed 90cc four wheeler. He also received the “Fastest Times Awards” and the victories in both AQHA Youth Pole Bending classes for both go-arounds. Awards were donated by Chuck Givens Quarter Horses. The 1-D Reserve Champion Youth Pole Bending honors went to Payton Carnahan and Moon Struck Sue posting an average of 40.040 barely getting by Leslie Richards of Canada and her horse, Zip who posted and average of 40.090. Payton recently acquired “Sue” in early 2012 from Barry Marcum. A really excited Lanes Jones won the Youth 3-D pole bending with his horse, Little Ole Leo. Our Pee Wee Pole Bending Champion for 2012 was a very excited Jenna Burns and Reckin Its Cash of Indiana. The NPBA Kindergarten Futurity saw a nice class of three years olds. Sponsored by World Champions Designs, JB Horse Expressions, Smart Pak, Peoples Quarter Horses. Running the 20 seconds run of the class was How About a Redneck, owned by Sarah Fackler and shown by one the jockey in the world, Janis Wagner of Dry Ridge, KY. For their efforts the pair won a custom designed set of poles. Second Division was won by Jason Thomas and Majestic Sugar Cookie. Third division was won by Troy Priddy and May Belle Gone. All division winners won a NPBA designed trophy halter from JB Horse Expressions and Mart Pak gift cards. When the sun goes down you expect things to cool off, but the NPBA Slot Race kept things heated up! Spectators filled the arena to eyewitness the best pole bending horses in the country run for big dollars. With champions riders like Jerry Barrett, Janis Wagner, Charlie People and Dirk Carnahan all trying to claim the title of “WORLDS FASTEST POLE BENDING HORSE.” Brian Foushee and classy Little Dan were second to run over the ground posting a 19.690 to hold off all other contenders. Charlie People was the 2-D winner abourd Lightning Starsnbars who was the 2011 NPBA slot race winner. Charlie People quoted, “It was the best pole bening you could watch anywhere. I think it was the best show we’ve ever had…the times were great.” Adding to the excitement was the webcast on the entire NPBA show on Visworks.
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Canadian Pole Benders
NPBA welcomed our Canadian NPBA members Joanne Fisher, Leslie Richards and James Wilson. They all made the long trip to Kentucky to be a part of our Championship and had amazing weekend. The trio posted some of their best pole bending times at this show and collected a few checks. Representing Italy was Elisa Maspero and her horse He B Flyin. Elisa was overjoyed to win the 2-D reserve championship in the NPBA Futurity.
Youth Stake 1D New to the NPBA show was two Stake Racing classes. Channing McWilliams brought two horses to compete in the Youth Stake Race. She claimed first and second in the 1-D Youth Stake Race. Winning the Open 1-D Stake Race champion was Who Is Your Daddy and Katie Pride of TN. Katie and her horse won the AQHA World Championship Pole Bending. Looks like the Stake Racing patterns suits tem too. Open 2-D Stake Race Championship went to Curtis Cruse and High Flyin Jet.
Shows of this magnitude always require a lot of time and hours from so many volunteers. NPBA is so very thankful to the many members who stepped up to lend a hand in a around the arena. To all the sponsors your contributions were generous and they help make our show better every year. We are looking forward to producing a bigger show in 2013. Our goal is to have $75,000 in added money and prozes for the 2013 NPBA Championship. Detail will be posted at our website as they become available . To find complete results of the 2012 NPBA Championship Show go to www.polebending.org
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Finals Short Go Qualifications (Open, Youth, Masters):
All State Qualifiers who are pre-entered by Sept. 7th may qualify for the Finals Short Go by being either a Top Dog, Wild Card or by qualifying in a go-round. The Top 10 in each division per go round who are not already qualified will advance to the Short Go Finals. Qualification for the Sponsor and Directors race - Must be a State Director or Representative or have sponsored $100 or more in your state or to IBRA. If you qualify but do not ride, a family member or employee can ride for you. Anyone who enters this class who is not qualified will be disqualified and forfeit any money or prizes they win and be fined $100. Rollover: Pay entries for both the Sponsors/Directors race and $10,000 Guarantee Open 4D and run once. Your time in the Sponsors race will rollover to the Open 4D. Must designate before you run. Refunds and Rider Change: 70% refund minus processing fee will be given with doctors or vet release. No refunds after September 15th, 2012. Rider change must be done before draw is posted Sept. 29th. Dress Code: IBRA Dress Code Enforced. * Added Money: Open, Youth and Masters will be adjusted on a percentage based on number of entries. Youth and Masters will be equal to a $1,000 per 100 entries. Ex: 150 entries $1,500, 200 entries $2,000 maximum of $2,500. Open will be doubled with a maximum of $10,000 added each go. Added Money in Long Go will be matched for Finals Short Go.
NO REFUNDS AFTER SEPT. 15TH - NO EXCEPTIONS DRAW WILL BE POSTED OCT. 1ST - ABSOLUTLEY NO CHANGES WILL BE MADE TO THE DRAW AFTER IT IS POSTED. MUST BE AN IBRA MEMBER TO ENTER THE NATIONAL FINALS
Anyone missing the Sept. 7th deadline will be charged a Late Fee of $35 per horse not to exceed $70 per person or $105 per immediate family IBRA reserves the right to cancel this show due to lack of entries. Decision would be made immediately after Early Bird Entry due date to properly notify contestants. 100% refund would be given if show is canceled.
Mail Entries To: IBRA P.O. Box 91205 Louisville, KY 40291 Payments Accepted By Phone
IBRA NEWS International Barrel Racing Association
MEMBERSHIP APPLICATION www.ibra.us
Membership runs from season to season * IBRA season August 1s t- July 31st
Points will not start until all information on application is received in office Please Circle one:
Associate or non-contestant $30.00 Membership $50
New Member Family Membership $105
(3 or more in immediate family, Youth 18 & Under)
Name ______________________________________________ Date __________________________________ Address ____________________________________________________________________________________ City ______________________________________________ State _______________ Zip_______________ Phone (______) _______________________ Other family members (include SS#'s) ____________________________________________________________
Youth 18 or under Birth date_____/______/______ *
Family Membership names and birth dates: ____________________________________ ____________________________________ _____________________________________ ____________________________________ What state would you like to designate for IBRA 4-D points______________________________ (If you do not designate your state it will be assumed you are joining the state of the above address for points.)
E-mail address (for updates)__________________________________________________________
Accumulating Points – Horse and Rider Combination
When entering at shows, you may use the horse’s registered name or a nickname, but the same name must be used throughout the season. If you use different names at different shows for the same horse, there is a good chance the horse’s points will be split up. If this happens, points WILL NOT be combined at a later date. It’s your responsibility to use the same name for your horse at every show. You may receive points on more than one horse.
Send Membership To: International Barrel Racing Association * P.O. Box 91205 * Louisville, KY 40291 (502) 239-4000 Office Use Only: DB____ ML____ ENV____ EM____ 502-239-4000 office 502-239-4100 fax Shane@ibra.us
IBRA P.O. Box 91205 Louisville, KY 40291
Octoberfest Charity Show Indiana Horse Council, Inc. & Hoosier Horse Park Footing Fund Hoosier Horse Park, Edinburgh, IN Sunday, October 14, 2012
Hunter and Jumper Horse Show USHJA Outreach Medals, T.I.P. & IHJA Approved! October 12th - FUN SHOW in Baker Arena October 13th OPEN WESTERN & SPEED SHOW in Baker Arena - DRESSAGE SHOW at the Dressage arenas - COMBINED TRAINING SHOW at the Dressage and Stadium arenas October 14th - OPEN ENGLISH SHOW in Baker Arena. October 12th thru 14th - DRIVING EVENTS
Hunter Ring (Ring 1)
Start Time: 9:00am Rain or Shine! USEF “r” & IHJA Judge: Deb Lapham Schooling in Ring 1 Hunter until 8:30 am Course Designer: Skip Masten 1 Warm-Up 2’0” for Hunters* 2 Mini Hunter 2’ 3 Mini Hunter 2’ 4 Beginner Rider Hunter 2’ 5 Beginner Rider Hunter 2’ 6 Short Stirrup Hunter 2’ 7 Short Stirrup Hunter 2’ 8 Short Stirrup Equitation over fences 2’ 9 11 and Under Equitation over fences 2’0” 10 USHJA Outreach Bronze Medal 2’0” * 11 Mini Hunter Under Saddle 12 Beginner Rider Hunter Under Saddle 13 Short Stirrup Hunter Under Saddle 14 Short Stirrup Equitation on the Flat 15 11 and Under Equitation on the Flat 16 Pony Hunter (Small 2’3”/Medium 2’6”; Large3’) 17 Pony Hunter (Small 2’3”/Medium 2’6”; Large 3’) 18 Children’s Hunter Pony (Small / Medium2’0”; Large 2’6”) 19 Children’s Hunter Pony (Small/Medium 2’0”; Large 2’6”) 20 IHJA Pony Medal (Small 2’3”, Medium 2’6”, Large 3’) 21 Pony Hunter Under Saddle 22 Children’s Hunter Pony Under Saddle 23 Pleasure Pony 24 Warm-up 2’6” for Hunters * 25 Schooling Hunter 2’6” 26 Schooling Hunter 2’6” 27 Baby Green Hunter 2’6” 28 Baby Green Hunter 2’6” 29 Non-Pro Hunter 2’6” 30 Non-Pro Hunter 2’6” 31 Novice Children’s Hunter 2’6” 32 Novice Children’s Hunter 2’6” 33 Novice Adult Hunter 2’6” 34 Novice Adult Hunter 2’6” 35 TIP Thoroughbred Hunter 2’6” * 36 TIP Thoroughbred Hunter 2’6” *
FEES - RULES - OTHER INFO
Stall Fee: $20.00 for the day only, $45 for the weekend—Fri. – Sun (Indiana Horse Council Members get $5 off a weekend stall!) Shavings: $7.00/ bag - Non-Stabled Haul in Fee: $15.00/horse each day - Camping Fee: $16.00 per night Class Fees: Office Fee for each Discipline: $10.00 per horse - Hunter, Jumper, TIP and Equitation Classes: $12.00 single class - Complete Hunter divisions (two over fences and 1 under saddle): $30.00 per division - All Warm-up classes and Leadline: $10.00 per class - IHJA & USHJA Outreach Medals: $15.00 per class Anything with an * is not approved IHJA class! Negative Coggins Recommended by Hoosier Horse Park. Out of State horses must have a health certificate within 30 days. EMT, Vet and Farrier on site! Classes may be moved or combined according to the management. Judge’s decisions are final! Secured ASTM/SEI approved helmets must be worn at all times when mounted on a horse. Proper shoes with heels, no sneakers! Coats and braiding not required.
37 Intermediate Rider 2’6” over Fences 38 Intermediate Rider 2’6” over fences 39 12-14 Equitation over fences 2’6” 40 USHJA Outreach Silver Medal 2’6”* 41 IHJA Mini Children’s Medal 2’6” 42 IHJA Mini Adult Medal 2’6” 43 Intermediate Rider on the flat 44 12-14 Equitation on the flat 45 Schooling Hunter 2’6” Under Saddle 46 Baby Green Hunter 2’6” Under Saddle 47 Non-Pro Hunter Under Saddle 48 Novice Children’s Hunter Under Saddle 49 Novice Adult Hunter Under Saddle 50 TIP Thoroughbred Hunter 2’6” Under saddle * 51 Warm-up 3’” for Hunters * 52 Open Hunter 2’9”-3’ 53 Open Hunter 2’9”-3’ 54 Pre- Green Hunter 2’9”-3’ 55 Pre-Green Hunter 2’9”-3’ 56 Low Hunter 2’9”-3’ 57 Low Hunter 2’9”-3’ 58 Children’s Hunter 2’9”-3’ 59 Children’s Hunter 2’9”-3’ 60 Amateur Adult Hunter 2’9”-3’ 61 Amateur Adult Hunter 2’9”-3’ 62 TIP Thoroughbred Hunter 2’9”-3’* 63 TIP Thoroughbred Hunter 2’9”-3’* 64 Adult Equitation over fence 3’ 65 15-17 Equitation over Fences 3’ 66 USHJA Outreach Gold Medal 3’* 67 IHJA Children’s Medal 3’ 68 IHJA Adult Medal 3’ 69 Open Hunter Under Saddle 70 Pre-Green Hunter Under Saddle 71 Low Hunter Under Saddle 72 Children’s Hunter Under Saddle 73 TIP Thoroughbred Hunter 3’ Under Saddle* 74 Amateur Adult Hunter under saddle 75 Adult Equitation on the Flat 76 15-17 Equitation on the Flat 77 Pleasure Horse 78 Warm-up 3’3” for Hunters* 79 Performance Hunter 3’3” 80 Performance Hunter 3’3” 81 Amateur Owner Hunter 3’3”
The Jockey Club is proud to announce the Thoroughbred Incentive Program (T.I.P). T.I.P. offers sponsorship for Thoroughbred only classes and divisions, high point Thoroughbreds awards at open horse shows and competitions. Octoberfest Charity Horse Show has teamed with them and will offer. 1. The Jockey Club T.I.P. Hunter High Point Thoroughbred
82 Amateur Owner Hunter 3’3” 83 TIP Thoroughbred Hunter 3’3” 84 TIP Thoroughbred Hunter 3’3” 85 Amateur Owner Hunter under saddle for 3’3” 86 Performance Hunter 3’3” under saddle 87 TIP Thoroughbred Hunter 3’3” under saddle 88 Warm-up 3’6” for Hunters* 89 Open Hunter 3’6”* 90 Open Hunter 3’6”* 91 Green Hunter 3’6” 92 Green Hunter 3’6” 93 Amateur Owner Hunter 3’6” 94 Amateur Owner Hunter 3’6” 95 Junior Hunter (Small & Large) 3’6” 96 Junior Hunter (Small & large) 3’6” 97 USHJA Outreach Medal 3’6”* 98 IHJA Junior Medal 3’6” 99 Open Hunter 3’6” Under Saddle 100 Green Hunter 3’6” Under Saddle 101 Amateur Owner Hunter Under Saddle 3’6” 102 Junior Hunter Under Saddle
Jumper Ring (Ring 2)
Start Time 9:30 am IHJA Judge & Course Design: Skip Masten 103 Warm-up for Jumper 2’* 104 Low Jumper 2’ (Optimum Time)* 105 Low Jumper 2’ (clean first round, jump off)* 106 Beginner Jumper 2’ (Optimum Time)* 107 Beginner Jumper 2’ (clean first round, jump off)* 108 Low Pony Jumper 2’ (Optimum Time)* 109 Low Pony Jumper 2’ (clean first round, jump off)* 110 TIP Thoroughbred Jumper 2’ (Optimum Time)* 111 TIP Thoroughbred Jumper 2’ (Clean first round, jump off)* 112 Warm-up for Jumper 2’3” to 2’6”* 113 Hopeful Jumpers (Optimum time)* 114 Hopeful Jumpers (clean first round, jump-off)*
2. The Jockey Club T.I.P. Jumper High Point Thoroughbred A high point ribbon, prize and $100 purse will be provided for each High Point Award. Prize money will be mailed once results are received at The Jockey Club upon conclusion of the Octoberfest Charity Horse Show. HUNTERS: The Jockey Club Thoroughbred Incentive Program Show High Point Thoroughbred Award will be given to the Hunter Thoroughbred at the Octoberfest horse show accumulating the most points toward the award in all T.I.P. and all other
Hunter divisions. JUMPERS: The Jockey Club Thoroughbred Incentive Program Show High Point Thoroughbred Award will be given to the Jumper Thoroughbred at the Octoberfest horse show accumulating the most points toward the award in all T.I.P. and all other Jumper divisions. ELIGIBILIY: For purpose of eligibility for all T.I.P. High Point Awards, a “Thoroughbred” is defined as any horse that has been registered with The Jockey Club. All riders wishing to be eligible for the T.I.P. awards must
115 Schooling Jumper (Optimum time)* 116 Schooling Jumper (clean first round, jump off)* 117 T.I.P. Thoroughbred Jumper 2’3” to 2’6” (Optimum time)* 118 T.I.P. Thoroughbred Jumper 2’3” to 2’6” (Clean first round, jump off)* 119 Intermediate Child/Adult Jumper (Optimum time)* 120 Intermediate Child/Adult jumper (clean first round, jump off)* 121 Warm-up for Jumper 2’9” to 3’* 122 Mini Jumpers (Optimum time) 2’9” Level 0 123 Mini Jumper (clean first round, jump-off) 2’9” Level 0 124 T.I.P. Thoroughbred Jumper 2’9”-3’ (Optimum time)* Level 0 125 T.I.P. Thoroughbred Jumper 2’9”- 3’ (Clean round, jump off)* Level 0 126 Warm-up for Jumper 3’-3’6”* 127 Pony Jumper (Optimum time) 3’3’6” Level 1 128 Pony Jumper (clean first round, jump-off) 3 ‘-3’6” Level 1 129 Novice Child / Adult (Optimum time) 3’-3’6” Level 1 130 Novice Child / Adult (Clean first round, jump-off) 3’-3’6” Level 1 131 T.I.P. Thoroughbred Jumper 3’-3’6” (Optimum time) Level 1 132 T.I.P. Thoroughbred Jumper 3’-3’6” (Clean round, jump off) Level 1 133 Warm-up for Jumper 3’3”-3’6”* 134 Low Training Jumper (clean first round, jump off) 3’3” -3’6”Level 1 or 2 135 Low Training Jumper 3’3”-3’6” (time round) Level 1 or 2 136 T.I.P. Thoroughbred Jumper 3’-3’6” (clean first round, jump off) Level 1 or 2 137 T.I.P. Thoroughbred Jumper 3’-3’6” (time round) Level 1 or 2 138 Low Child / Adult (clean first round, jump off) 3’3”-3’9” Level 2 139 Low Child/Adult 3’3”-3’9” (time round) Level 2 140 Warm-up for Jumper 3’6”-4’*
141 Medium Training Jumper (clean first round, jump off) 3’6”-4’ Level 3 142 Medium Training Jumper (time round) 3’6”-4’ Level 3 143 Child/Adult Jumper (clean first round, jump off) 3’6”-4’ Level 3 144 Child/Adult Jumper (time round) 3’6”-4’ Level 3 145 Warm-up for Jumper 3’9”-4’3”* 146 High Training Jumper (clean first round, jump off) 3’9”-4’3” Level 4 147 High Training Jumper (time round) Level 4 148 Low Junior/AO Jumper (clean first round, jump off) 3’9”-4’3” Level 4 149 Low Junior/AO Jumper (time round) Level 4 150 Warm-up for Jumper 4’3”- 4’9”* 151 High Junior/AO jumper (clean first round, jump off) 4’3”-4’9” Level 6 152 High Junior/AO Jumper (time round) Level 6
Ring 3 Dressage
Warm up arena Start Time 10:00 am Kieran Dulik IHJA Judge Schooling in Ring until 9:30 am 153 Hunter Breeding; Yearlings 154 Hunter Breeding; Two Years Old 155 Hunter Breeding; for 3 years Old 156 Hunter Breeding for over 3 years old 157 Best Young Horse Champion & Reserve (1st & 2nd Places) 158 Costume Lead line* 159 Beginner Rider Equitation Walk & Trot Junior 160 Beginner Rider Pleasure Horse Walk & Trot Junior* 161 Beginner Rider Equitation Walk, Trot & Canter Junior 162 Beginner Rider Pleasure Horse Walk, Trot & Canter Junior* 163 Beginner Rider Equitation Walk & Trot Adult 164 Beginner Rider Pleasure Horse Walk & Trot Adult*
verify registration on the day of the horse show thorough on of the following methods. 1. The Jockey Club Certificate of Foal Registration or a copy thereof; OR 2. The horse’s lip tattoo, the horse’s 5-cross pedigree and the successful tattoo lookup result from The Jockey Club’s tattoo Identification Services, (located at registry.jockeyclub. com); OR 3. If neither of the above is available, a letter from the Jockey Club verifying the horse’s identity. http:// www.tjctip.com
165 Beginner Rider Equitation Walk, Trot, & Canter Adult 166 Beginner Rider Pleasure Horse Walk, Trot & Canter Adult* 167 Warm up Ground Poles* 168 Very Green Hunter or Rider over Ground poles* 169 Very Green Hunter or Rider over Ground Poles* 170 Very Green Hunter or Rider Under Saddle* 171 T.I.P. Thoroughbred Hunter over Ground Poles* 172 T.I.P. Thoroughbred Hunter over Ground Poles* 173 T.I.P. Thoroughbred Hunter Under Saddle* 174 Warm Up Cross Poles 175 Beginner Rider Equitation over Cross Poles Junior 176 Beginner Rider Equitation over Cross Poles Adult 177 T.I.P. Thoroughbred Hunter over Cross Poles* 178 T.I.P. Thoroughbred hunter over Cross Poles* 179 T.I.P. Thoroughbred Hunter under saddle* 180 T.I.P. Thoroughbred Pleasure Horse* 181 Very Green Hunter or Rider over Cross Poles* 182 Very Green Hunter or Rider over Cross Poles* 183 Very Green Hunter or Rider Under Saddle* 184 Warm up 2’ 185 Beginner Rider Equitation over vertical 2’ Junior 186 Beginner Rider Equitation over vertical 2’ Adult 187 TIP Thoroughbred Hunter 18” to 2’* 188 TIP Thoroughbred Hunter 18” to 2’* 189 TIP Thoroughbred Hunter Under Saddle* 190 Hunter Hack 2’*
Your participation will support the efforts of the Indiana Horse Council, Inc. committee programs & Hoosier Horse Park Footing Improvements Fund. For Further Information Contact: Ingrid Schoenlein, 765-586-1952, firstname.lastname@example.org; www.indianahorsecouncil.org Warning: Under Indiana LAW, an Equine professional is not liable for an injury to, or death of, a participant in equine activities resulting from the inherent risks of equine activities.
4th Annual Octoberfest Charity Horse Show Presents
IWWI CHARITY EVENT Benefitting
Indiana Horse Council & Hoosier Horse Park October 12 - 14, 2012 Come and drive the beautiful facility at Johnson County Park and Hoosier Horse Park. Join us for activities designed for all driving enthusiasts. Showbill subject to change - please verify day of show. Negative Coggins within 12 months and out-of-state health certificates are required. Navigators are not required but are recommended. Helmets are recommended. SMV signs required. Dressage & Cones will be set up for the weekend to practice at will. Friday all day: Access to the Marathon Course and all hazards. Saturday & Sunday: Access to the Marathon Course and all hazards until 1:30 PM Saturday and Sunday: Access to two of our hazards all day- Whetzel’s Trace and JCP. Saturday at 9:30 AM Safari Drive: Join us for a fun drive as you search for “Wild Animals” on this driving adventure through the back country of the Hoosier Horse Park. Saturday at 2:30 Mock Pleasure Driving Class: We will have a “judge” for this class as an introduction for those entering this weekends Driving Classes offered on Sunday. Prepare yourself and your horse for what to expect while in the show ring. “Parade of Carriages” Saturday following the above class. This will be a fun way to share our love for Driving for all our fellow equine friends and spectators gathered for the Octoberfest Event. Come as you are or dress up, let’s show off a little! Saturday evening Pizza Party -time/place to be announced Sunday: Choose between several driving classes offered at the Octoberfest Show. Send entries to: Kitty Clarahan 420 Starr Lan Bedford IN 47421 (812)-275-8569 Make checks payable to Indiana Horse Council (IHC). Name of Driver __________________________________________ Circle one: Jr or Adult Telephone_____________________________ Address:______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________ Name(s) of Navigator, grooms, passengers_________________________________________________________________________________ Email___________________________________________________ Estimated arrival time? ________________________________________ Please check all that you plan to attend: Mock Pleasure Driving Class ____ Safari Drive ____ Parade of Carriages ____ Pizza Party _____ Entry fee: $80 (covers all activities). ____________ Stall fees: $20/day Fri___Sat___Sun___ ____________ ACCOMMODATIONS: Taylorsville hotels (8 miles): Red Roof Inn (pets ok), 812or $45/weekend___ $15/trailer-in___ ____________ 526-9747; Best Western (pets ok), 812-526-9883; Holiday Inn Express 812-526Stabling in “H” Barn - first come, first served 9899; Hampton Inn, 812-526-5100; Hilton Garden Inn, 812-526-8600. Franklin moOffice fee: $10 ____________ tels (15 miles): Days Inn, 317-736-8000; Comfort Inn, 317-736-0580; Red Carpet Inn (pets ok), 317-736-8000. Camping on Horse Park grounds. ___bags of bedding @ $7 (none provided) ____________ Camping with electric/water $16/night ____________ TOTAL ENCLOSED
The Horse Park is donating the use of all facilities. ALL proceeds from our show will go to the Hoosier Horse Park Footing Fund and the Indiana Horse Council.
DIRECTIONS: I-65 to exit 76B (Taylorsville, US 31). North 4 miles on US 31 to Jct RTE 252. Left onto Hospital Road 3 miles to Schoolhouse road. Turn right and go 1 mile to Horse Park. Turn left on 31st street and left again to Barns A1 & B1.
WARNING: UNDER INDIANA LAW, AN EQUINE PROFESSIONAL IS NOT LIABLE FOR AN INJURY TO, OR DEATH OF, A PARTICIPANT IN EQUINE ACTIVITIES RESULTING FROM THE INHERENT RISKS OF EQUINE ACTIVITIES.
You and your navigator/groom/helper MUST SIGN this release of liability form: Those signed below fully understand that each participant will be engaging in activities that involve risk of serious personal or property injury or death which might result not only from their own actions, inactions, or negligence but also that of others, the show conditions, premises, equipment or other risks. The signors assume all risk and accept personal responsibility for the damages following such injury or death. They release and promise not to sue Indiana Whips and Wheels, Hoosier Horse Park, Indiana Horse Council and any affiliated show officials, club members, employees, or other participants and release them from any liability for injury or property damage caused in part or whole by any negligence or any other reason connected with this driving event.
Competitor signature: _________________________________________________________________________________________Date: __________________ Navigator or anyone else who will ride on the carriage: _____________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Parent signature if either of the above is under 18:__________________________________________________________________________________________
Indiana Horse Council Charity Horse Show Oct 13-14, 2012
Heartland Welsh – Fall Classic I & II Pending WPCSA approval Hoosier Horse Park—Edinburgh, IN Proceeds benefit the Indiana Horse Council and Hoosier Horse Park Footing Improvements
The Jockey Club Thoroughbred Incentive Program – TIP high point awards will be presented to the Thoroughbred accumulating the most points in open competition; no separate divisions are required. For purposes of determining eligible horses, entrants must provide a TIP Entry Information Form at time of entry. The form is available here: http:// tjctip.com/resources/entry_info_form.pdf.
High point Welsh Pony and Cob awards - must be registered with the WPCSA
6 shows in 2 days: Speed Show – Fri October 12, Western -Sat October 13, Welsh Pony & Cob Show, Sat Oct 13 & Sun Oct 14, Combined Training Sat Oct 13, Open English Sun Oct. 14 and Hunter/Jumper Sun Oct 14, 2012
Heartland Welsh – Fall Classic I OCTOBER 13 -SATURDAY CLASSES – Start time 8 am 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32. 33. 34. 35. 36. 37. 38.
Walk-Trot and Leadline WPCSA Leadline Walk 7 and under WPCSA Leadline Walk-Trot 7 and under WPCSA Leadline Walk-Trot Poles 7 and under WPCSA Welsh Pony Leading Rein 4-8 WPCSA Walk Only 11 and under WPCSA Walk-Trot 11 and under WPCSA Walk-Trot Poles 11 and under WPCSA Childs First Pony 4-10 Section A WPCSA Section A fillies 2 & under WPCSA Section A mares 3 & over WPCSA Section A colts 2 & under WPCSA Section A stallions 3 & over WPCSA Grand Champion Section A WPCSA Junior Welsh Handler Section B WPCSA Section B fillies 2 & under WPCSA Section B mares 3 & over WPCSA Section B colts 2 & under WPCSA Section B stallions 3 & over WPCSA Grand Champion Section B Section C/D WPCSA Section C/D fillies 2 & under WPCSA Section C/D mares 3 & over WPCSA Section C/D colts 2 & under WPCSA Section C/D stallions 3 & over WPCSA Grand Champion Section C/D Supreme Champion - All Sections WPCSA Supreme Champion of Show WPCSA Gelding Division WPCSA Section A geldings any age WPCSA Section B geldings any age WPCSA Section C/D geldings any age WPCSA Supreme Champion Gelding WPCSA Half Welsh Ponies WPCSA Half Welsh 2 & under WPCSA Half Welsh 3 & over WPCSA Half Welsh Grand Champion WPCSA Ridden Division WPCSA Ridden Welsh Classic Section A & B WPCSA Ridden Welsh Classic Section C & D WPCSA Ridden Welsh Classic Championship WPCSA Hunt Seat Equitation and Hunter Division WPCSA Hunt Seat Equitation, Adult rider WPCSA Hunt Seat Equitation, Jr. rider Open Hunter warm-up, fences 2’ (13.2 hh &
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under) or 2’6” (over 13.2 hh) – open card WPCSA Low Hunter Working - Over fences WPCSA Low Hunter Stake Working - Over fences WPCSA Low Hunter Working Under Saddle WPCSA Welsh English Pleasure Division WPCSA Conf. English Pleasure A/B jr. WPCSA English Pleasure Working, A/B jr. WPCSA Conf. English Pleasure Stake, A/B jr. WPCSA Conf. English Pleasure C/D WPCSA English Pleasure Working, C/D WPCSA Conf. English Pleasure Stake, C/D WPCSA Conf. English Pleasure, A/B adult WPCSA English Pleasure Working, A/B adult WPCSA Conf. English Pleasure Stake, A/B adult WPCSA Conf. English Pleasure, Half Welsh WPCSA English Pleasure Working, Half Welsh WPCSA Conf. English Pleasure Stake, Half Welsh WPCSA Welsh Pleasure Driving Division Open Pleasure Driving WPCSA Conf. Pleasure Driving, A/B WPCSA Pleasure Driving Working, A/B WPCSA Conf. Pleasure Driving Stake, A/B WPCSA Conf. Pleasure Driving, C/D WPCSA Pleasure Driving Working, C/D WPCSA Conf. Pleasure Driving Stake, C/D WPCSA Conf. Pleasure Driving, Half Welsh WPCSA Pleasure Driving Working, Half Welsh WPCSA Conf. Pleasure Driving Stake, Half Welsh WPCSA Carriage Driving Division WPCSA Carriage Driving Turnout WPCSA Carriage Driving Working WPCSA Obstacle/Cones Driving – Pick Your Route WPCSA Welsh Western Pleasure Division WPCSA Conf. Western Pleasure, A/B adult WPCSA Western Pleasure Working, A/B adult WPCSA Conf. Western Pleasure Stake, A/B adult WPCSA Conf. Western Pleasure, Half Welsh WPCSA Western Pleasure Working, Half Welsh WPCSA Conf. Western Pleasure Stake, Half Welsh WPCSA Conf. Western Pleasure, A/B jr. WPCSA Western Pleasure Working, A/B jr. WPCSA Conf. Western Pleasure Stake, A/B jr. WPCSA Conf. Western Pleasure, C/D WPCSA Western Pleasure Working, C/D WPCSA Conf. Western Pleasure Stake, C/D
Heartland Welsh – Fall Classic II OCTOBER 14 -SUNDAY CLASSES – Start time 8 am 79. 80. 81. 82. 83. 84. 85. 86. 87. 88. 89. 90. 91. 92. 93. 94. 95. 96. 97. 98. 99. 100. 101. 102. 103. 104. 105. 106. 107. 108. 109. 110. 111. 112. 113. 114. 115. 116. 117. 118.
Walk-Trot and Leadline WPCSA Junior Welsh Handler WPCSA Leadline Walk 7 and under WPCSA Leadline Walk Trot 7 and under WPCSA Leadline Walk Trot Poles 7 and under WPCSA Leading Rein 4 - 8 WPCSA Walk 11 and under WPCSA Walk Trot 11 and under WPCSA Walk Trot Poles 11 and under WPCSA Child’s First Pony 4 – 10 WPCSA Welsh Pleasure Driving Division Open Pleasure Driving WPCSA Conf. Pleasure Driving, A/B WPCSA Pleasure Driving Working, A/B WPCSA Conf. Pleasure Driving Stake, A/B WPCSA Conf. Pleasure Driving, C/D WPCSA Pleasure Driving Working, C/D WPCSA Conf. Pleasure Driving Stake, C/D WPCSA Conf. Pleasure Driving, Half Welsh WPCSA Pleasure Driving Working, Half Welsh WPCSA Conf. Pleasure Driving Stake, Half Welsh WPCSA Carriage Driving Division WPCSA Carriage Driving Turnout WPCSA Carriage Driving Working WPCSA Obstacle/Cones Driving – Pick Your Route WPCSA Welsh Western Pleasure Division WPCSA Conf. Western Pleasure, A/B adult WPCSA Western Pleasure Working, A/B adult WPCSA Conf. Western Pleasure Stake, A/B adult WPCSA Conf. Western Pleasure, Half Welsh WPCSA Western Pleasure Working, Half Welsh WPCSA Conf. Western Pleasure Stake, Half Welsh WPCSA Conf. Western Pleasure, A/B jr. WPCSA Western Pleasure Working, A/B jr. WPCSA Conf. Western Pleasure Stake, A/B jr. WPCSA Conf. Western Pleasure, C/D WPCSA Western Pleasure Working, C/D WPCSA Conf. Western Pleasure Stake, C/D WPCSA Ridden Division WPCSA Ridden Welsh Classic Section A & B WPCSA Ridden Welsh Classic Section C & D WPCSA Ridden Welsh Classic Championship WPCSA Hunt Seat Equitation WPCSA Hunt Seat Equitation, Adult rider WPCSA Hunt Seat Equitation, Jr. rider WPCSA Welsh English Pleasure Division WPCSA Conf. English Pleasure A/B jr.
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WPCSA English Pleasure Working, A/B jr. WPCSA Conf. English Pleasure Stake, A/B jr. WPCSA Conf. English Pleasure C/D WPCSA English Pleasure Working, C/D WPCSA Conf. English Pleasure Stake, C/D WPCSA Conf. English Pleasure, A/B adult WPCSA English Pleasure Working, A/B adult WPCSA Conf. English Pleasure Stake, A/B adult WPCSA Conf. English Pleasure, Half Welsh WPCSA English Pleasure Working, Half Welsh WPCSA Conf. English Pleasure Stake, Half Welsh
Stalls: $20 for one DAY – if coming in on Fri –Sun = 3 days -$45, Fri-Sat=2 days$40; Sat only = 1 day $20 or $45.00 for weekend ($5.00 off for IHC members for weekend stalls) Nonstabled Horse Haul in Fee: $15.00 applicable per horse Shavings: $7.00 Camping Fee: $16.00 per night Concessions: on grounds Office Fees: $10.00 payable per horse, per discipline ex. Show in Dressage - $10. per horse-rider combination Awards: First place medallions; Ribbons 2nd – 6th place Farrier and Veterinarian on grounds Vendors: a variety of goods and services will be available
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Indiana Horse Council Charity Horse Show Dressage Classes
SATURDAY - October 13, 2012 Hoosier Horse Park—Edinburgh, IN Proceeds benefit the Indiana Horse Council and Hoosier Horse Park Footing Improvements
High point Welsh Pony and Cob awards - must be registered with the WPCSA 6 shows in 2 days: Speed Show – Fri October 12, Western -Sat October 13, Welsh Pony & Cob Show, Combined Training Sat Oct 13, Open English Sun Oct. 14, and Hunter/Jumper Sun Oct 14, 2012
Dressage Classes - October 13, 2012
Ride Times will be emailed to you please have legible email address
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USDF Intro Test A USDF Intro Test B USDF Intro Test C Training Level Test 1 (Novice Horse) Training Level Test 2 (Novice Horse) Training Level Test 1 (Novice Rider) Training Level Test 2 (Novice Rider) Training Level Test 1 JR-YR/AA/ OPEN/PONY** 9. Training Level Test 2 JR-YR/AA/ OPEN/PONY** 10. Training Level Test 3 JR-YR/AA/ OPEN/PONY** 11. First Level Test 1 JR-YR/AA/OPEN/ PONY**
12. First Level Test 2 JR-YR/AA/OPEN/ PONY** 13. First Level Test 3 JR-YR/AA/OPEN/ PONY** 14. Second Level Test 1 JR-YR/AA/ OPEN/PONY** 15. Second Level Test 2 JR-YR/AA/ OPEN/PONY** 16. Second Level Test 3 JR-YR/AA/ OPEN/PONY** 17. Percentage Ride (Specify Test) JRYR/AA/OPEN 18. USPC/4-H Test of Choice (Specify Division and Test)*
The Jockey Club Thoroughbred Incentive Program – TIP high point awards will be presented to the Thoroughbred accumulating the most points in open competition; no separate divisions are required. For purposes of determining eligible horses, entrants must provide a TIP Entry Information Form at time of entry. The form is available here: http://tjctip.com/resources/ entry_info_form.pdf. •
*Must show proof of 4-H or Pony Club membership in order to participate in these classes **Must be under 14.2H – Not USPC/4-H recognized - May be ridden by adults -$20 class fee applies Entry Fees: $20.00 per class 4-H/USPC: $10.00 per class Registrations/Closing Date: Must be RECEIVED by September 28, 2012 Refunds: No refunds after closing date, refunds less $10 office charge before closing date. No refunds if event is canceled due to adverse weather. Substitutions: Substitutions will be allowed for a horse OR a rider in the same class - Anything else constitutes a new entry and will be accepted if space is available with a $20 late entry fee Attire: ASTM helmets with fastened chin strap must be worn at all times when mounted. Formal attire is not required—Neat polo type shirt, boots and breeches or boot-like half chaps and paddock boots are fine. Braiding is optional. Contact: Valerie Harley email@example.com Cell: 317-716-7717 Send entries to: 3515 Ennis Rd. , Martinsville, IN 46151
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DRESSAGE SHOW ENTRY FORM:
Stalls: $20 for one DAY – if coming in on Fri –Sun = 3 days -$45, Fri-Sat=2 days- $40; Sat only = 1 day $20 or $45.00 for weekend ($5.00 off for IHC members for weekend stalls) Nonstabled Horse Haul in Fee: $15.00 applicable per horse Shavings: $7.00 Camping Fee: $16.00/ night Concessions: on grounds Office Fees: $10.00 payable per horse, per discipline ex. Show in Dressage $10. per horse-rider combination Coggins Test: Required within 12 months by the Hoosier Horse Park Awards: First place medallions; Ribbons 2nd – 6th place Farrier and Veterinarian on grounds Vendors: a variety of goods and services will be available
I understand the Indiana Horse Council (IHC), the show management, Johnson County Park, or anyone connected with the show will not be responsible for any accident, losses, or injury to me, my horse, or my property. I will not hold the show or IHC liable for any loss, accident or injury. WARNING: UNDER INDIANA LAW, AN EQUINE PROFESSIONAL IS NOT LIABLE FOR INJURY TO, OR DEATH OF, A PARTICIPANT IN EQUINE ACTIVITIES RESULTING FROM THE INHERENT RISK OF EQUINE ACTIVITIES.
Exhibitor’s Signature:________________________________________________(Exhibitor’s under 18 must have parent or guardian signature) Mail all checks, Coggins and entry to Val Harley 3515 Ennis Rd., Martinsville, IN 46151 - Must use a Separate Entry Form for every Horse Rider Combination Rider Name:____________________________________________________ Horse:________________________________________________ Address:_____________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Telephone:___________________________________________ E-mail:_________________________________________________________ AA or Open (Used to divide classes if entries warrant – Jr. is 18 & under)
(E-mail MUST be legible)
Sub Total Office Fee Total
Stabling–refer to separate form located at: http://www.indianahorsecouncil.org/Events/Octoberfest/2011_pdfs/Stalls.pdf and send with this entry. Entries will be e-mailed unless a stamped, self addressed envelope is included with entry. Times will not be given by phone.
4th Annual Octoberfest Charity Western Show
Indiana Horse Council Charity Horse Show Open English Classes
October 13, 2012 Hoosier Horse Park - Edinburgh, IN Start Time: 9:00 am
Hoosier Horse Park—Edinburgh, IN October 14, 2012 Show Start 9 am
ISHA, APHAApproved Other Breed Assoc. Approval Pending
Judge: Pending; Negative Coggins Encouraged - Required for Out of State Horses; Office Fee: $5.00/Horse Stall Fee: $15/Day - $40 Weekend $8 Out of Trailer; Entries Close 2 Classes Prior Sorry No Refunds 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32.
Foals of Current Year and Yearlings Reg Quarter Horse Mares Reg Quarter Horse Gelding and Stallions Reg. Appaloosa and Paint Mares Reg. Appaloosa and Paint Geldings and Stallions Western Ponies Under 56” Mule Western Halter ***Open Western Halter *** ***Western Showmanship - 13 and Under *** ***Western Showmanship - 14-18 *** ***Open Showmanship *** Walk-trot - 9 and Under (No Cross Entries Classes 12 and 13) Leadline 6 and Under (No Cross Entries Classes 12 and 13) Walk Trot - Assisted Rider, Any Age ----------- Lunch Break - 30 Minutes -----------***Open Trail Class *** Trail Class - Assisted Rider ***Open Walk-Trot $100.00 *** Open 2 & 3 Year Old Snaffle Bit Western Pleasure ***Western Pleasure - 18 and Under *** Junior Western Pleasure (5 Yrs & Under) Senior Western Pleasure (6 Years and Over) Jack Benny Pleasure - 39 Years and Over - $50 ***Walk-Trot - 18 Years and Under *** $100 Pony Western Pleasure 56” and Under Mule Western Pleasure Reg. Paint and Appaloosa Western Pleasure Reg. Quarter Horse Western Pleasure ***Open Western Pleasure (Horse, Pony, Mule) $100 *** ***Western Horsemanship 13 & Under *** ***Western Horsemanship 14-18 *** ***Open Western Horsemanship *** Open Reining
Showbill subject to change - please verify day of show
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Lead Line 6 and Under Quarter Type Halter Gaited Halter Arab/Half Arab Halter Open Halter Sport Horse in Hand TWH Model Class – Open English Halter Champion Lead Line Halloween Costume 6 and under Walk Trot 18 and Under Mountain Horse Regional Amateur Trail Pleasure Mountain Horse Regional Amateur Classic Pleasure Open English Pleasure - Gait Consistent with Breed Challenged Rider Mountain Horse 17 and under Juvenile Trail Pleasure Walk Trot Adult 19 and Over Open Gaited Any Style Hunter Under Saddle Adult 19 and over TWH Country Pleasure 2 gait – Open (western or English tack) Arab/Half Arab Open English Pleasure Liberty Class (open to all breeds,
exhibitor to provide music on CD)
22. Halloween Costume Class – Any breed/age/gait
23. Mountain Horse 17 and under Juvenile Classic Pleasure 24. English Equitation 18 and under 25. English Equitation 19 and Over 26. Mountain Horse Regional Open Classic Pleasure 27. TWH Country Pleasure 3 gait Open - Western or English tack 28. Sport Horse Under Saddle 29. Mountain Horse Regional Open Trail Pleasure 30. New Career Walk Trot 31. TWH Trail Pleasure 2 gait English Open 32. Hunter Under Saddle 18 and under 33. Mountain Horse Open Trail Pleasure 34. Open Pleasure Driving over 56” (drag arena before)
35. Open Saddleseat Pl- Gait Consistent with Breed 36. Youth Gaited Any Style 37. Mountain Horse Regional Open Country Trail Pleasure 38. Western Pleasure Open 39. Mountain Horse 17 and under Juvenile Country Trail Pleasure 40. Eng. Pleasure 18 & under 41. *TWH Light Shod & Plantation Pleasure Open English 42. Open Pleasure Driving (56” and under, no minis)
All TWH and Mountain Horse Horses subject to DQP Inspection. *Class 41: Shoe sizes can vary but can NOT exceed limits as prescribed by International Walking Horse Association rules. The show is approved by Indiana Saddle Horse Association and the Kentucky Mountain Saddle Horse Association.
All entries must be received at least 3 classes prior to the one in which you would like to compete.
NO EXCEPTIONS! No Refunds for scratched classes or withdrawals
*** High Point Classes – High Point Youth and Adult Awards Must have 10 Entries or more for Payback in Classes, 17, 23, 28. Entry Fee $20.00 Regular Class Entry Fee $5.00 Random Awards given in non-designated classes Camping Available - First come /first serve. Electrical Hookup $25/Night Payback on $100 Classes – $45 $25 $20 $10 Payback on $50 Class – $25 $15 $10
NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ACCIDENTS, THEFT OR LOSS
We reserve the right to combine classes. Judges decision final. Dogs must be kept on leash no longer than 6’. The Indiana Horse Council (IHC), the show management, or anyone connected with the show will not be responsible for any accident, losses, or injury to individuals, horses or property.
IHC will not be liable for any loss, accident or injury. Warning: Under Indiana Law, an Equine Professional is not liable for injury to, or death of, a participant in equine activities resulting from the inherent risk of equine activities. Please contact Jane G. Owens at firstname.lastname@example.org or 317-443-0686 for further information.
COMBINED TRAINING ENTRY
Make checks payable to the IHC All horses entering Hoosier Horse Park grounds must have valid proof of negative Coggins test (within 12 months). A 30 day certificate of veterinary inspection is required for all horses arriving from outside the state of Indiana.
Formal attire is not required!
Fill out and mail to: Rene DiBenedetto P.O. Box 381 Crawfordsville, IN 47933 Stellarskies84@aol.com
**Email is the preferred method of communication**
ASTM Helmet and tall boots or half chaps required.
Rider_______________________________ Telephone _____________Classes will be divided by horse or rider experience. Email____________________________________________________________ Address__________________________________________________ City____________ State Zip__________ Horse Name_________________Breed_________________Color_____________ Mare Gelding Stallion
Competitors are required to wear a secured ASTM/SEI helmet at all times when mounted and sign a liability release prior to riding. Forms will be available at the secretary’s booth. No one will be allowed to compete or school without a signed release. Parents must sign for minors under age 18. Classes will be split on experience for horse or rider. Rider means rider has no experience above the class, horse does not have any experience above the class . Example: Novice horse means horse has not competed training level or above, Starter rider means rider has not competed Beginner Novice or above.
Class List-PLEASE CHECK CORRESPONDING BOX
Step over class—Dressage test: USDF W/T 2011 Test A, Rails on Ground & standards 1R SO Rider ☐ Class # 1H: SO Horse ☐
1a. SO Stadium schooling round ☐
Green As Grass—Dressage test USDF W/T 2011 Test B, Stadium: Max height 18” Class # 2H: GAG Horse ☐ 2R GAG Rider ☐
2a. GAG stadium schooling round ☐
Starter—Dressage Test 2010 BN A, Stadium: Max height 2’3” Class # 3H Starter Horse ☐ 3R Starter Rider ☐
3a. Str stadium Schooling round ☐
Beginner Novice—Dressage Test 2010 BN B, Stadium: Max Height 2’7” Class # 4H BN Horse ☐ 4R BN Rider ☐
4a. BN Stadium Schooling round ☐
Novice—Dressage Test 2010 Novice B, Stadium: Max Height 2’11” 5R N Rider ☐ Class # 5H N Horse ☐
5a. Nov Stadium Schooling round ☐
☐ Class no# 6.“Handy Eventer” Obstacle Course. – Timed. Jumping optional, variety of heights to choose! The Jockey Club Thoroughbred Incentive Program – TIP high point awards will be presented to the Thoroughbred accumulating the most points in Green and Starter competition only. For purposes of determining eligible horses, entrants must provide a TIP Entry Information Form at time of entry. The form is available here: http://tjctip.com/resources/entry_info_form.pdf
Combined Test Fee $50: Stadium Schooling round $15 Fun Class per person $10 XC Schooling $35/day from 2:00PM-End of Show Office fee per horse Camping $ 16 per night Haul in $15/horse per day Stall $20/day OR $45/weekend Shavings $7/bag Total (remit with entry, checks payable to IHC)
$____________ $____________ $____________ $____________ $_______10.00 $____________ $____________ $____________ $____________ $____________
I understand the Indiana Horse Council (IHC), the show management, Johnson County Park, or anyone connected with the show will not be responsible for any accident, losses, or injury to my horse, my property, or myself. I will not hold the show or IHC liable for any loss, accident or injury. WARNING: UNDER INDIANA LAW, AN EQUINE PROFESSIONAL IS NOT LIABLE FOR INJURY TO, OR DEATH OF, A PARTICIPANT IN EQUINE ACTIVITIES RESULTING FROM THE INHERENT RISK OF EQUINE ACTIVITIES.
Exhibitor’s Signature: _______________________________________________________________________________ (Exhibitors under 18 must have parent or guardian signature)
Mail all checks, Coggins and entry to Rene DiBenedetto P.O. Box 381 Crawfordsville, IN 47933 Page 39
October 12-14, 2012 Hoosier Horse Park Edinburgh, Indiana
Octoberfest Charity SPEED Show
Hosted by the Indiana Horse Council www.indianahorsecouncil.org Super Speed Show - Hoosier Horse Park Edinburgh, IN October 13, 2012 - 6:00 pm Proceeds to Benefit Horse Park Footing Fund and Indiana Horse Council Activities
Octoberfest Charity Fun Show
Friday, October 12, 2012 7:00 pm Hoosier Horse Park, Edinburgh, IN
1. Costume Class 2. Egg & Spoon Race 3. Musical Chairs 4. Tandem Bareback Ride 5. Ride a Buck 6. Catalog Race 7. Boot Race 8. Barrel Race 9. Texas Keyhole Race 10. Rescue Race
$2,000.00 ADDED MONEY IBRA Super Show Classes 1. Pee Wee Poles 2. Warm Up Poles 3. Open 3-D Poles 4. Pee Wee Barrels 5. Warm Up Barrens 6. Open 4-D Barrels - IBRA
Entry Fee Added $ $ 3.00 $ 5.00 60 Second Limit (Limited Runs) $15.00 $ 50 $ 3.00 $ 5.00 60 Second Limit (Limited Runs) $32.00 $1500 w/175 entries or
7. Youth 3-D Barrels (18 & Under) IBRA $15.00 8. Masters 3-D Barrels (40 & Over) IBRA $15.00
Entry Fee: $1.00 /Class Judges Decision is Final Open to all Octoberfest Participants. All Ages Welcome!! Entry Office Open at 5:30 PM COME AND JOIN US FOR HOT DOGS AND CHIPS PRIOR TO THE SHOW. NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ACCIDENTS, THEFT OR LOSS Page 40
$1,000 w/120 entries, $500 w/60 entries
$ 250 w/75 entries or $100 w/30 entries $ 250 w/75 entries or $100 w/30 entries
NOTE: : Open Time may be rolled into Master or Youth class time with the Master’s or Youth class fee paid. MUST specify at the office BEFORE Open Class runs. $2.00 Entry Fee included for IBRA Classes. Payback: 70% of entry fee. IBRA payout formula used. Showbill Subject to Change with Exception of IBRA Classes • Office Charge: $5 per horse • Stalls: $20.00 evening • Horse Charge: $8.00 (if no stall) • Shavings Available - $7.00/bag • Camping: $25.00/night IBRA Questions: Brad Johnson (812) 322-4473 Show Mgrs: Wes Morelock 317-563-6840 Katie Teeters 317-997-9449 Jeans, boots and shirt with sleeves required. Helmets required for Pee Wee Classes. NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ACCIDENTS, THEFT OR LOSS
CROSS COUNTRY SCHOOLING ENTRY FORM Hoosier Horse Park - Edinburgh, IN SCHOOLING TIMES AVAILABLE: Saturday October 13th & Sunday October 14th 2:00PM - END OF SHOW
Rider______________________________________________ Telephone ___________________________ Email__________________________________________________________________________________ Address___________________________________ City________________________ State Zip_________ Horse Name ________________________Breed_________ Color_________ Mare Gelding Stallion
Competitors are required to wear a secured ASTM/SEI helmet at all times when mounted and sign a liability release prior to riding. Forms will be available at the secretary’s booth. No one will be allowed to compete or school without a signed release. Parents must sign for minors under age 18. RIDER IS REQUIRED TO WEAR PROTECTIVE VEST, AND DISPLAY HIS/HER MEDICAL ARMBAND AT ALL TIMES WHILE SCHOOLING THE CROSS COUNTRY COURSE. ___________(Please Initial)
SCHOOLING FEE CAMPING HAUL-IN FEE SHAVINGS STALL TOTAL
$35.00/DAY $16.00/NIGHT $15.00/DAY $7.00/BAG $20/DAY OR $45/WKND
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I understand the Indiana Horse Council (IHC), the show management, Johnson County Park, or anyone connected with the show will not be responsible for any accident, losses, or injury to my horse, my property, or myself. I will not hold the show or IHC liable for any loss, accident or injury. WARNING: UNDER INDIANA LAW, AN EQUINE PROFESSIONAL IS NOT LIABLE FOR INJURY TO, OR DEATH OF, A PARTICIPANT IN EQUINE ACTIVITIES RESULTING FROM THE INHERENT RISK OF EQUINE ACTIVITIES.
Exhibitor’s Signature: ______________________________________________________________________________________
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Barks N Bits w/ Bella
Barks N Bits with our favorite Jack Russel Terrier...
The New - “Old Teddy” I’ve got a really neat story for you this month. I know I’m always talking about life here at the ranch, but this month I have a story to tell you about a new member to the family. My people have family members that aren’t so much “horse people” and don’t hang out down at the barn....but they are still what I would consider “dog people.” One of the family members in particular has a tender heart when it comes to my fellow four legged canines. The latest member of the family has found his way into the tender hearted family member’s home and this is where my story begins. You see, Teddy (who is by no means a youngster), had lived out his thirteen years with a couple who loved him dearly. I’m sure he spent many nights cuddled up on one of their laps while they enjoyed each others and his company. He is a lapdog size ball of fur...I think they referred to him as a Pomeranian. (I had to use spell check on that one!)
Photos by: Still Memories by Anna and Christa Conway to open her home to Teddy and promised the couple that he would have a “forever” home” with her. The elderly couple was so thankful and teared up at the thought of saying goodbye to Teddy, but were so relieved that is was not goodbye forever - you see, he can still visit when he wants.
The sad part of the story is that the couple he spent most of his life with became incapable of taking care of themselves and were advised that they would have to enter a nursing home together. On a good note, part of this decision was that they were to enter their nursing home together, the flip side of this is that with them both entering a nursing home and with no one to take care of Teddy - they were advised that they should put him to sleep. Well, the tender hearted lady (my people’s family) happened to come onto the scene and began working with the couple as they were preparing to make the move. They shared their dilemma with her as they struggled with the decision at hand. Of course after hearing what was suggested, she absolutely would not hear of it. She offered
Meanwhile, New/Old Teddy has made himself at home with the other geriatric members at his new home. He’s fitting right in with the dachshund (I know - another wiener dog in the family....) named Otis and the big rescue dog that looks like he’s part Chow Chow (except in the summer when they shave him and he looks like some form of a lion/dog) named Dillon. The youngster of the bunch at Teddy’s new home thinks she is old because of the company she keeps....her name is Maddie - and she is....you guessed it, another wiener dog. Here’s the kicker.....Maddie is “Princess Annabelle’s” sister. Small world, huh? I think from now on I’ll call her “Princess Madeline.” Until next month, Take care of the “Old Folks” in your life... critters included...
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One Special Horse
ecently, I had the opportunity to attend a Gran Prix Jumping show. I was entranced by the incredible athleticism, grace and strength of these magnificent horses. The combination of equine and human partners was breathtakingly beautiful. In my time at the event, I had the opportunity to talk to a number of the riders. One thing was evident, just like people who ride and own contesting horses, these people truly love their horses. In our conversations, several of them talked about “one special horse” in their life. It was either a horse they had ridden, owned, or had watched being ridden. Something about the experience had been permanently recorded in their memory. As I drove away from the event, it hit me that every horse-person I know has that “one special horse “in their life. Oh, there might be more than one memorable horse in our past; but one usually stands heads and shoulders above all the rest. I’m privileged to currently own my oncein-a-lifetime horse, Ace. Ace isn’t the fastest barrel horse in the world; and I’m sure he’d be faster without me. But I’ve roped calves; cut cattle from the herd; chased cattle up and down a mountainside; and just sat
and watched many sunsets all while in the saddle on him. Without any questions, each of those moments was more special because Ace was there to share it with me. I’ve set around arenas all over Indiana with some of the veterans of barrel racing. I still haven’t met one who couldn’t describe in great detail that ”one special horse.” They remember the smallest traits and mannerisms. They verbally replay a great run or a horrible injury, as though it happened yesterday. The Creator of these magnificent beings - called horses - shows us an extra dose of love in allowing us to own that “one special horse.” And, we should never forget to thank Him for it! And just as we should never forget to thank Him for these irreplaceable gifts he has given us, I think it is best for all generations to come that we never stop telling stories about that “special one” we’ve owned or ridden. We can all pray that someday they’ll have that “special horse”, too. And when I’m old, I hope it’s me still telling stories about this ride or that ride that I was privileged to share with my “one special horse.”
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Christopher L. Johnson
Christopher L. Johnson, JD was born and raised in Kokomo, Indiana. He graduated from a Baptist liberal arts college with degrees in PreLaw, Business and Theology; and from the University of San Diego School of Law. After practicing law for more than 10 years in Indiana, he resigned and became the legal advisor to the Superintendent of the state’s largest prison. He served as Professor and Program Chair of Criminal Justice and Business at the post-secondary level; and currently teaches Criminal Justice at Kokomo High School. In addition, he is a partner in and Operations Manager of a thoroughbred breeding and racing farm. He speaks to his students and to others about the importance of “taking snapshots of the moments” in life as a way of reflecting on our own lives. He can be reached at email@example.com, and his writings and thoughts can be found at www.downthebarnaisle.com.
Looking — A Soul’s Journey
Christopher L. Johnson, JD was born and raised in Kokomo, Indiana. He graduated from a Baptist liberal arts college with degrees in Pre-Law, Business and Theology; and from the University of San Diego School of Law. After practicing law for more than 10 years in Indiana, he resigned and became the legal advisor to the Superintendent of the state’s largest prison. He served as Professor and Program Chair of Criminal Justice and Business at the postinspir and ing , currently teaches Criminal Justice at Kokomo “ ... an secondary level; High School. In addition, he is a partner in and Operations Manif ul , ager of abeaut thoroughbred breeding and racing farm. He speaks to his ht about prov oking students and and to thoug others the importance of “taking snapshots of the moments” in life as a way of reflecting on our own lives. exploration of his own inner world, through the world around him ... ” $25.00 He can beillustrated reached at firstname.lastname@example.org, and his writings and — Dr. Rachelle Steiner, MD thoughts can be found at www.downthebarnaisle.com.
A Soul’s Journey
CHRISTOPHER L. JOHNSON
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Getting Your Horse Ready To Show and Maintaining That “Winning Edge”
Photo by Puhl’s Photography
Article By Dr. Steve Fisch, DVM
Winning requires a lot of things to go right. Losing requires only one thing to go wrong. As the level of competition rises, more and more things have to go right. The time to start getting your horse ready to show actually starts back in the breeding shed as you choose your genetics. Whether you bred or bought your horse, we will assume that you have done your homework in the genetics and nutrition department and you have a horse that has good conformation and is sound at this point. If you have a younger or older horse, the first thing to concentrate on besides the actual training aspect is to make sure your horse is in good enough shape to do what you are asking of him. You must remember that a horse less than 24 to 26 months still does not have some of its growth plates closed yet. These young horses take a very minimum of ninety days to get their muscles, joints, ligaments and tendons strong enough to take the wear and tear of training. Just as any athlete they need a strong base level of fitness before you ask them to go to a higher level of training. Repetitive movements such as going round and round in a training pen at the same speed and gait for long periods of time is very strenuous on young joints and ligaments. Muscles of horses in training are no different than people who are training. The muscles take strain to make them stronger but they also need rest so they can repair themselves as they prepare for more strain and more strength. If the muscles, tendons, ligaments and joints do not get some down time for repair, you will end up with a sore horse or a horse that breaks down before he makes it to the show pen. You will never see a winning professional human athlete in a training program that causes him to use the same body parts and motions day after day without at least 48 hours of down time for that body part or motion. The training causes breakdown of the muscles, etc and the down time allows them to repair and come back 48 hours later even stronger. You can take your horse on a trail ride and still get some training in. Your horse’s mind will get a rest from the training pen and his joints will get a break from the repetitive motions from the training pen. You will end up with a sounder and happier horse in the long run. A horse that is not sour from endless hours in the training pen is more apt to learn quickly when he is in the training pen.
Another important aspect of having and keeping that winning edge is to make sure your horse’s feet are balanced with the proper break over point and a non broken pastern hook axis .Long toes and under run heels are common but they are a deterrent to optimum performance. The feet should also be balanced in the medial to lateral (side to side) aspect also. A well balanced foot is just like a well balanced tire. An unbalanced foot will cause more wear on one side of the coffin joint than the other. A well balanced foot will also cause your horse to travel smoother and more like an athlete. You can check your horse’s foot balance with two x-rays of each foot. Another area that needs to be in balance but is often overlooked is the mouth. The teeth need to be floated and the mouth balanced at least every year. Horses less than five years old lose and add from 40 to 44 teeth between their yearling and five year old year. The losing and gaining of these can cause a severe imbalance of even a young horse’s mouth. The imbalance can cause pain in the temporomandibular joint. This TMJ pain can cause your horse to be irritable and to resist training. A properly floated and balanced mouth with the wolf teeth pulled can go a long way towards having a horse with the winning edge. There are many “equine dentists” out there. Make sure you use someone who is licensed and trained in the science of equine dentistry. The best dentistry tools are pneumatic floats. They have the power to do a perfect job but they do not create heat in the mouth and they do not hurt soft tissue. You can turn a pneumatic float on full force and put it in your hand and you will not hurt your hand but it will float teeth perfectly. Horses that are under stress from showing and training may benefit from Ulcergard by Merial as a preventative for stomach ulcers or Gastrogard as a treatment for ulcers. Stomach ulcers are a major cause of poor performance, poor eaters, grumpy horses and generally poor doers. Do not use an imitation, they do not work. Good quality hay and feed from a reputable feed company is also very important. Feeding a couple of flakes of good quality alfalfa or peanut hay per day can actually decrease the incidence of stomach ulcers. A good nutrition program is based around the forage in the diet and not around the grain. An excellent supplement to feed show horses, broodmares, stallions and weanlings and yearlings is Platinum Performance. This supplement adds the extra vitamins, minerals, omega 3 fatty acids and a multitude of other nutrients that help give peak performance.
The last topic for maintaining your show horse is soundness. If he is already sound, as he should be, then there are a few things you can do besides the information in the paragraphs above to keep him that way. Adequan injections are an excellent preventative for sore joints. I would advise supplementing any needed joint injections with weekly to monthly intramuscular injections of Adequan during any heavy showing or training period. Intramuscular injections of Adequan help replace some needed substances in an inflamed joint and they can prolong the time between joint injections. When you have your horse’s joints injected, make sure you have them injected with the highest quality and highest molecular weight hyaluronate and if you use steroid, always use a steroid that is “chondroprotective” such as triamcimilone.
These preceding paragraphs really barely touch on all the things it takes to keep that “winning edge” but hopefully they will give you a lot of food for thought. Good luck at all your shows and races in 2012!
Stephen D. Fisch, DVM AVS Equine Hospital located at 9085 Magnolia Hill Drive Tallahassee, FL 32309. Visit their website at www.avsequinehospital.com or call 850-386-3619
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September is here & that means it is officially time to break out the fall clothes, vests, scarves, taller boots & light jackets. Iâ€™m sharing some of my favorite looks; up first are those lovely colorful Wrangler jeans with some fun accessories. All of these products can be purchased at Langstonâ€™s Western Wear. Try adding taller boots & fringe pieces to your wardrobe to get you in the mood for fall.
Thinking about a new pair of cowboy boots? Sheplers has lots of boots that will fit your needs. Pick out a pair in a darker boots in a rich shade of chocolate or burgundy. Studded or zippered embellishments with texture can add a little fun especially with a plain pair of skinny jeans.
If you are thinking about splurging on a fall piece let it be a great bag or even a fur vest. You can wear a vest with so many different things & dress it up or down. I love the feathered boots from Lane Boot Company in cream. Here is another look with a fur vest, turquoise jewelry, Old Gringo boots & an awesome backpack. Whatever you are wearing this fall, don’t forget to accessorize.
"Meet the girl behind Horses & Heels" I’m Raquel; I live out there where the city meets the country. One day I’m wearing stilettos, the next day it’s spurs. I have an obsession with cowboy boots, Christian Louboutin, cosmetics and cooking. I have been riding since I was two-years old, have competed in just about every discipline & now I focus on barrel racing. I love speed & athletic horses, not to mention lots of sparkly things. Horses & Heels is a trendy & practical blog. Keep up with the latest fashion, equestrian trends & learn how to become the perfect kitchen host. While some people deem country life to be dull & boring; Horses & Heels is shattering the myth with a unique intertwining of city & country life. Learn how to keep your horses & yourself dressed to impress.
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1st Ohio Cowboy Mounted Shooters Hey! Hey! 1st Ohio club members its time to start thinking about renewing your membership before the CMSA office gets super busy with membership renewals and club shoot date bookings. The new shooting season actually starts the day after the last day of the World Shoot in Amarillo, Texas, which is October 21, 2012! 1st Ohio is also currently taking 2013 renewal and NEW memberships, check out our web site www.1stohio.com for your applications, you can join CMSA through 1st Ohio and the club will receive a special credit. 1st Ohio will announce the “new” officers next month for the new CMSA season. These officers and directors will take the reins the end of September. Its time to send in any fun ideas for shoots, shoot dates or new arenas in your area that may want to host a Cowboy Mounted Shoot. Also time to be checking for new sponsors. I apologize for not including the Rifle and Shotgun results from the Midwest Region Extravaganza last month. The Limited Rifle Winner was Jerry Jacobs, Indiana and the Open division Rifle Winner, Terry Martin from Shipsawana, Indiana. The Shotgun Limited Champion was Jerry Jacobs, Indiana and the Open Shotgun Champion was John Clark, Tennessee. 1st Ohio hosted a one day shoot on June 24th at the Gymkhana Club Grounds in Miamitown, Ohio. It was a hot day in the high 90’s but 28 shooters came to play, cowgirls and cowboys anxious to ride fast and shoot balloons! Ohio cowboy Eric Nelson, Okeana was the Overall & Cowboy Champion. Laura Wilson, Celina, Ohio was the Cowgirl Champion. It was a fun day with seasoned shooters and 13 new or almost new level one shooters. The level 1 cowgirls had the biggest class with 8 shooters! Leia Aldrich was the level 1 winner! The top 10 shooters; Eric Nelson, 2. John St Clair, 3. Russ Imler, 4. Laura Wilson, 5. Joyce McKinney, 6. Bobby Ruwe, 7. Daniel Sutton, 8. Rick Sage, 9. Todd Woulms and 10. Daniel App. Special Congratulations to Rick Sage the only Cowboy to shoot clean “40 out of 40” balloons for the day! Rick from Cincinnati, is a director with 1st Ohio and rides an AQHA gelding, CJs Dirty John aka Rebel. The CMSA has established a classification system that is based on the competitors riding and shooting abilities in the form of a numbered classification system. Competitors are categorized into six levels from 1 to 6, for Cowboys, Cowgirls and Seniors. The classification system is based upon performance of the competitor who earns Class wins. Al
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class wins at World Point Qualifying (WPO) matches shall be counted toward changing classifications if all prerequisites have been met. In this equine sport every one starts out on an equal playing field and you advance as your skills allow. There is a place for everyone to come shoot, win, and have the most fun you’ll ever have on horseback! Spectators and prospective new shooters are always Welcome! Check out the schedule at www.cmsaevents.com it covers the entire USA, Sweden and Germany, I’m sure you can find a shoot near you! Happy Birthday to Arthur Ashcraft and Marsha Butler who share August 31st! September 12th John St Clair and September 28th David Boggs! Got some great news from Dave Norris, his wife Jan has finished all her operations and treatments for the cancer. So far everything is good! Dave & Jan “Thank” you’all for all the prayers, however please keep this Special Cowgirl on your prayer list, she has another scan in 6 weeks. Granddaughter Brittany, finished first in poles, barrels, key hole and sticks at the 4-H County Fair. Watch for Brittany Norris and her horse JoJo at the State Fair. Dave & Brittany will be back shooting soon. Joyce McKinney is on the mend and can see much better now...she had a surgery on both eyes for cataracts. Arthur Ashcraft is doing very well and on the mend after back surgery earlier this month, he will be out for a couple of months but its ok because his wife Becky “borrowed” his horse Smokey so she could start shooting while Arthur is down & out! Got news...shoot it to me! Buckskin Barbee email@example.com 513.479.5984
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TEEN CORRAL w/Clint Van
STATE SHOW & WORLD Hi! Well by the time you get this we will all be back at school. I start August 20. Summer has flew by. Our Indiana NBHA State show was fun. I’ve got to brag on my cousin, Casey Sparks. She won the 1st go of the Youth on Ryder. Congrats to all the winners. NBHA Youth World has came and gone.. Great job Indiana on getting second in the spirit parade. We looked awesome. It was a fun time. Vickie Walker, Angie Brown, Heather Dick and my mom, Terrie, had an Ice Cream social for all of us on monday night. Thanks to all of them for all the work they put into helping us youth. For all of you who know Jimmy Keffer he was there. I got to visit with him some. What a great guy.
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I put up some hay over the weekend and also pulled one of those “all-nighter” horse shows, went to Scottsburg, Indiana to a show Saturday morning and exhibition my colts, then on to Red Barn to exhibition again then ran open and got home at 6 a.m. on Sunday. That was a long day. OK, I’m going to do a little advertising here. Do you want to help others feel better and or lose weight while making money doing it and even earn a BMW? Message me for details. I earned my car in 30 days. (513-509-4134)
Introducing: Lane Edwards
What is your full name? Lane Andrew Edwards Your age? 17
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What grade of school are you in and where do you go to school? Senior at Wood Memorial What are your your parent’s names? David and Teresa Do they ride? Yes Any siblings? Yes If so their name and do they ride? Lincoln, and rarely... Depends if I keep his horse in shape Any hobbies outside of horses? Messing around on trucks and random things in the shop. I have a lot of guns and do a little hunting. Whats your favorite horse show and why? It doesn’t really matter to me I’m by to picky What is your horses name and how old?/any quirks?/color?/ breeding? Horse #1- PC Sun Siete/11/she is hateful when you brush her or saddle her/ own daughter of Sun Frost and she is a palomino. Horse #2- This Rebels Red/9/kinda crazy/ On the Money Red and Rebel Cause, and is a bay.
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Any advice to your fellow barrel racers? If your parents are still taking you to shows, enjoy it because your walkin in high cotton. If you go any place in the world where would it be and why? Illinois - I always like it over there and enjoy being around a lot of people I’ve met from there. Until next month. Run and Turn,
Who is your mentor? Dad, Grandpa and Chuck Tolbert Who taught you to ride? My Parents How long have you been riding and what have you accomplished? Since I was about three or four...I’ve placed top five at state a few times and won some buckles and other awards in district 5 What are your horse related goals? Be on top!!
If you could change anything at the shows what would you do to improve? Pay more attention to my horse instead of visiting with everyone. What are your plans after high school/ college?/for what? Not really for sure, more than likely I will attend farrier school but I want to try and ride saddle broncs for a while! I think it sounds really fun.
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Clint is a 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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Part 2: Team Indiana at the Jr. High Division National Finals
Welcome back for Part II of Team Indiana at the Jr. High National Finals. As we said last month, Team Indiana hit the road in June and safely arrived in Gallup, NM before the start of the Cinch Jr. High Division National Finals. All nineteen members had worked hard and put in many hours in the practice pen hoping to make their mark in Gallup. The week turned out to be full of tough competition, lots of excitement, great sportsmanship, new experiences, and many memories. Team Indiana watched as one of their own was elected to the position of Jr. High Division National Secretary, three made it back to the short go, and one member brought back a National Championship in the Chute Dogging. Again this month, Team Indiana will share their experiences and give us more of a look into the trip they will never forget.
Michael Shreeve Salamonia, IN. I competed in Boys Breakaway Roping, Chute Dogging, Team Roping, Light Rifle Shooting (ended up 11th in the nation), and Bull Riding. My favorite part about New Mexico was seeing all my old friends and making new friends. Other favorites were hiking up to church rock for the 3rd time, the trade show, and the dummy ropings. Lastly, the rodeo is always fun. When you are running through the gate in the big arena, backing your horse in the box, getting in the chute with your steer, looking up at all the people watching you, or my favorite, getting on the back of the bull - New Mexico is just the most amazing feeling in rodeo!!
Jacob Rorig Brownstown, IN Making it to the finals was such a great experience. I had some ups and downs, but it all worked out great. I was just happy that I caught
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in my breakaway. I had lots of fun at the volleyball tournament and the tug of war. I think the thing that was the best was spending a lot of time with my friends and meeting new ones. It was a wonderful experience being there.
Abbi White Wilkinson, IN Ahhh…. Gallup, my first time there and it was a wonderful experience…..not only for me but our entire Indiana Team. The rodeo experience itself was very different from what we are normally used to, so fast paced, exiting competition and responsibility. This trip helped to set my goals for next year, this year I only made it in light rifle but felt so blessed to have the opportunity and there weren’t many girls shooting. It makes me excited and setting my goals higher for the upcoming season. I would recommend to anyone to take the challenge and have the experience! Opportunity of a lifetime!
Madelynn Farris Elizabeth, IN Gallup was very fun and a different experience for me. I got to meet a lot of new people from different states, which was neat! I have set a few goals for next year if I make it, because the competition is really tuff and I would like to make it to the short go one year. So that means I will have to practice harder to improve in my events. I hope to make it there again next year because it was a lot of fun and it taught me again that hard work pays off.
IJRA News Lane McPheeters Salem, IN My trip to Gallup, NM was a great one this year. We had no problems on the way out or the way back. I had a great time hanging out with my friends and family for the whole week straight and to top it all off, I won the National Championship in the Chute Dogging.
Mary Lloyd Mill Creek, IN My trip to Gallup New Mexico was the time of my life! I had fun meeting new people and competing against so many contestants. I hope I will get the opportunity to travel out west my freshman year of high school so I can have another fun and entertaining experience.
My first trip to New Mexico was a big step in my rodeo career. On the way out there my partner talked about the arena, steers and the saddles that we thought we would surly win. The scenery was beautiful and when we pulled into Red Rock State Park I thought to myself, how can it get any cooler than this? All in all it was a great learning experience. At the end of the week I went home knowing that for some people just because you are a champion in your home state, doesnâ€™t make you a National Champion. I now know and understand how important it is to keep practicing and always improve your skills to better yourself and keep working toward that next trip to the National Finals.
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Addie Keller Frankfort, IN My trip to Gallup, New Mexico was an experience I will never forget. I met tons of new people, and did lots of new things I may have never been able to do. I competed against over 1,000 contestants from all over the world in not only rodeo, but volleyball and tugof-war too! It is a trip of a lifetime and I would do it all over again right now if I could. It is an all around fun trip that anyone would have a blast going on. I know I did!
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Noah Duby Greencastle, IN
I enjoyed meeting new friends out at the nationals. I have gotten to know all the kids from our state much more. I loved all things the kids did. For a week we roped, roped and roped some more. It is a great family vacation, doing all the things our family loves to do. It really makes me want to work hard to make it out there again next year. I want to let all the younger kids know work hard to make it to the Nationals. We were busy everyday with roping, riding, and meeting new people.
Anna Dietrich Granville, IN
Going to Gallup was such an unforgettable experience. I met so many new people and I had such a fun time. Making it out there was exciting for me, but I never would have thought I would make it to the short go. Iâ€™m glad I got the privilege to travel there and experience something like this. All the hours in the truck were definitely worth it.
CHRISTIAN COWBOY COLLECTION
YOLO - Right?
w/ Christa Conway
You Only Live Once, Right? I seen that abbreviation/acronym - whatever you want to call it - on facebook a while back and was caught off guard at first. The post it was used in was referring to doing whatever you want in this life....who cares what the consequences might be.....with an attitude of “it’s my life, so I’ll do what makes me happy and forget everyone else.” Once I read the post and understood where the “poster” was coming from, it really made me sad. I wondered how many people have that kind of attitude. Probably more than I want to know. What a selfish way to look at one’s time here on earth. It also made me want to look at it from a different perspective. Now, I’m not saying that I don’t think we should be happy and enjoy our life while we make this trip - because I do believe that God wants us to be happy. I also understand and believe that we cannot realize true happiness unless we’ve had some experiences to give us perspective. (For example: You can’t enjoy the flowers without a little rain.) My perspective on the way I look at the whole “YOLO” movement, if you will, is that we only have once chance as we go through this world to REALLY MAKE IT COUNT! What do I mean? There are two very important questions to ask ourselves when thinking in the YOLO mindset. Question #1: When your time is through at the end of your “One trip around,” where will you be when you reach the other side? Question #2: What have you left behind for those you love? Let’s start with question number one. Where will you spend eternity? Have your choices while you’ve been running around “living” been good choices? (Of course, none of us are perfect......) But, have you chosen to put God first? There are many ways to describe salvation (being saved, being born again, etc), but the most important decision you can make while you are on this side is whether or not you choose to believe in God’s gift through His son, Jesus. This decision will not only give you eternal life in Heaven, but it will also give you Hope while you are here on earth. Let’s move on to question number two. What are you leaving behind for those you love? Are you leaving them peace of mind knowing
that they will see you again someday? Are you leaving them good memories of a life well lived, with purpose and meaning? For those who are Christians - have you shared your testimony with those who are lost? Have you been a light in your day to day life? Have you acknowledged that you are not perfect, but forgiven when you fail? You see, the way I choose to look at the YOLO movement for my life goes something like this: I’ll call this my YOLO GOAL-O (sorry, couldn’t resist...)... **I only live once. I want to make it count for something bigger than me. I want my life to be for HIM. I want my life to be about more than just a good time. I want my friends and family to know where I stand. I want to be a light for my friends and family. I want to know when my final day arrives that I will hear these
words: ‘Well done, good and faithful servant; you have been faithful over a few things, I will make you ruler over many things. Enter into the joy of your lord.’ Matthew 25:23** Now I am realistic enough to know that I will fail time and time again at this YOLO goal. I know that I am far from perfect. I just hope that every time I see those letters from here on out that I will have a different perception of what they mean to me. I hope that I have encouraged you to have the same mindset when you see or think “YOLO” and that you will choose to live your only trip through for Him as well. Until next month.... You Only Live Once - MAKE IT COUNT! Happy Trails & God Bless! Christa
On the Trail
By Brother Brad Curtis of Mountain Top Cowboy Church
SKY RIDER The boy’s called him Sky His head was in the clouds Kind`a kept to himself Even while in big crowds
The boys carried him in Laid Sky on his bed roll Years of bustin` broncs Had finally took their toll
Now I ani’t no saint But I learned a thing or two The sky can be cloudy But it’s mostly clear and blue
Yep my heads in the clouds But I have the rock under my feet That’s why I ride the bad ones And always keep my seat
Now Sky was a twister Here on the Broken Sin The harder them broncs bucked The bigger ol` Sky would grin
But Sky he just grinned Said boys I’m alright Cause I know the Big Boss And his power and might
Yep boys I always look up That’s why y’all call me Sky I know the owner of the Broken Sin He’s a heck`of`a guy
Colossians 3:2 Set your affection on things above, not on things on the earth
Then one day it happened In the early spring Sky came crashing down While breakin` a fresh string
When I came to this spread We call the Broken Sin I told the Big Boss Of the places I had been
I’ll be back on my feet Tomorrow’s a new day So I’ll just lay here And take this time to pray
While snappin` out a broomtail She seemed to lose her feet Hooves toward the sun Sky never lost his seat
He Said I was forgiven And showed me love Told me to look to Him And to think on things above
One last thing fellers That bronc that fell on me I’ll be ridin` her by summer So y’all just let her be
By: Bro, Brad Curtis 12/20/11
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” as well as a new book “He Holds the Reins” available at www.authorhouse.com Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for book orders or for speaking engagements - Bro. Brad Curtis, Vilonia, AR Copyright 2012
One Last (& most important) thought… Salvation is a gift and a choice......
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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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CAN-AM NBHA - Midland, MI June 22-24, 2012 Photos by Puhl’s Photography
FIRST GO: 1D, 1, 14.331, Barbara Jimison, Swanton, OH, Miss Secret Memories, $724.00,, 2, 14.346, Lance Graves, Hartshorne, OK, What Fame, $579.00, 3, 14.368, Brad Shirey, Rushville, OH, Famous Mission, $434.00, 4, 14.395, Brad Shirey, Rushville, OH, Pretty Boy Bullion, $362.00, 5, 14.457, Jacob Anderson, Kalamazoo, MI, Rebel Snowy Tiger, $253.00, 6, 14.46, Charlie Edwards, Dutton, ON, Feel The Money, $235.00, 7, 14.472, Kim Kegler, Attica, MI, U Bug Me Frenchman, $217.00, 8, 14.488, Jimmy Bryant, Columbus, IN, Flitz Lil Pyro, $199.00, 9, 14.563, Kelsy Potter, Dowling, MI, Special Don’t Ya Know, $181.00, 10, 14.612, Tammy Ochs, Grovertown, IN, First Gunner, $163.00, 11, 14.628, Jessica Kleinheksel, Hamilton, MI, Lifetime Dream, $145.00, 12, 14.636, Kelsy Potter, Dowling, MI, Beduinos Lady Cash, $127.00,2D, 1, 14.86, Richard Mathieu, Ancaster, ON, Doint it the Frenchway, $638.00, 2, 14.866, Sara Boucher, Fredericktown, OH, My Miss Kit Kat, $510.00, 3, 14.873, Tyler Aitken, Summerstown, ON, Go Spin An Dash, $383.00, 4, 14.895, Matt Boice, Fremont, OH, Rock n roll Frenchgirl, $319.00, 5, 14.897, Brianna Wheeler, Avon, IN, Flash Red Jet, $223.00, 6, 14.904, Randy Kuipers, Byron Center, MI, PC Scat & Mack Frost, $207.00, 7, 14.928, Nancy Adkins, Marengo, OH, Cause Heza Bully, $191.00, 8, 14.931, Lance Graves, Hartshorne, OK, Dashing Strater, $175.00, 9, 14.953, Toni Millward, Bergholz, OH, Gallas Classic Bug, $160.00, 10, 14.973, Deb Kern, Lakeview, MI, Dash On Cleat, $144.00, 11, 14.979, Brittany Betts, Mt Pleasant, MI, Talented Rose, $128.00, 12, 14.995, Maci Stephens, Gaston, IN, Kims Got Cash, $112.00,3D, 1, 15.332, Stephanie Jackson, Watford, ON, N.C. Goes Hollywood, $467.00, 2, 15.338, Hannah Riel, St Clairsville, OH, HVF Smashed Candy, $374.00, 3, 15.341, Shane Stratton, Bluffton, OH, Frenchmans Moonbar, $280.00, 4, 15.344, Peggy Farrell, South Haven, MI, Alias J Bond, $234.00, 5, 15.348, Kacee Kugler, Ashley, IN, Doin A Stretch, $163.00, 6, 15.352, Jodi Loosenort, Archie, MO, Cassies Casanovia, $152.00, 7, 15.353, Toni Millward, Bergholz, OH, Tommy, $140.00, 8, 15.356, Kelly Moran, Onaway, MI, Teacher’s Pet, $128.00, 9, 15.363, Randi Hall, Rhodes, MI, Can’t Slew Turbo, $117.00, 10, 15.367, Angela Sullivan, Coleman, MI, JJ Stickman, $105.00, 11, 15.377, Amy Korreck, Dorr, MI, Duncan McCloud, $93.00, 12, 15.388, Jennifer Overly, Ellsworth, MI, Frosty French Guy, $82.00, 4D, 1, 16.342, Randy Curtis, Big, Rapids, MI, Watch The Glo, $382.00, 2, 16.365, Kalisyn So, Okemos, MI, Angel Dell, $305.00, 3, 16.387, Amy Korreck, Dorr, MI, Sweet Treasurd Honey, $229.00, 4, 16.406, Jolene Bell, Lake City, MI, Misty, $191.00, 5, 16.408, Jennifer Schumaker, Hartland, MI, Sharps Red Hot, $134.00, 6, 16.427, Andrea Rautio, Paris, MI, One Special Memory, $124.00, 7, 16.448, Doni Pummell, Clare, MI, Miss Blue Bargain, $114.00, 8, 16.464, David Curl, Holly, MI, Cutie After Dark, $105.00, 9, 16.477, Daniel Tyson, Hartland, MI, Two Tuff for Baron, $95.00, 10, 16.488, Alyson Allen, Columbiaville, MI, KK Cinco De Mayo, $86.00, 11, 16.515, Deb Olyschlager, Caledonia, ON, Whizards Wonder, $76.00, 12, 16.535, Kayla Lindquist, White Lake, MI, Mc Dakota Doc, $67.00.
ON, Feel The Money, $386.00, 7, 14.559, Jimmy Bryant, Columbus, IN, Flitz Lil Pyro, $356.00, 8, 14.572, Lance Graves, Hartshorne, OK, What Fame, $327.00, 9, 14.582, Brad Shirey, Rushville, OH, Pretty Boy Bullion, $297.00, 10, 14.585, Tracy Wren, Chesaning, MI, GM Baloo, $267.00, 11, 14.622, Terri Forrest, Sturgis, MI, Indy Charger, $238.00, 12, 14.629, Richard Mathieu, Ancaster, ON, Doint it the Frenchway, $208.00,2D 1, 14.842, Brittany Betts, Mt, Pleasant, MI, Talented Rose, $1,054.00, 2, 14.846, Toni Millward, Bergholz, OH, Gallas Classic Bug, $843.00, 3, 14.851, Kacee Kugler, Ashley, IN, Sorryboutyourluck, $632.00, 4, 14.856, Sherri Oakey, Birch Run, MI, En Splashs Go Mango, $527.00, 5, 14.871, Jeff Damphouse, Kingsville, ON, Kito Jet, $369.00, 6, 14.924, Cheryl Lennemann, Petoskey, MI, Drei Seiben, $343.00, 7, 14.931, Parker Martin, Stanton, MI, Bold Train, $316.00, 8, 14.936, Brad Roorda, Demotte, IN, Easily Famous, $290.00, 9, 14.939, Matt Boice, Fremont, OH, I don’t know Box, $263.00, 10, 14.946, Matt Boice, Fremont, OH, Rock n roll Frenchgirl, $237.00, 11, 14.957, Kimberly Wagester, Remus, MI, Deep Laughing, $198.00, 11, 14.957, Alyson Allen, Co-
lumbiaville, MI, Docs Foxy Playboy, $198.00, 3D 1, 15.328, Maddi McNiven, Embro, ON, Flyin Miss Okey, $786.00, 2, 15.332, Olivia Ortiz, Grand Haven, MI, Slik Sugar Lilly, $629.00, 3, 15.338, Katy Kopf, Okemos, MI, Tuffs Honor, $472.00, 4, 15.342, Jessie Jackson, Watford, ON, Haut Chocolat, $393.00, 5, 15.343, Melissa Loranger, Varna, ON, Lotta Dash Mint, $275.00, 6, 15.347, Rass Pederson, Delton, MI, B D, $255.00, 7, 15.355, Amanda Kincade, Shelbyville, MI, Sue Fooled Ya, $236.00, 8, 15.372, Cami Cumper, Midland, MI, Hot N Fast DHD, $216.00, 9, 15.376, Crystal Dusendang, Paris, MI, Powder Me Dry, $187.00, 9, 15.376, Pat Bayley, Clarkston, MI, Barrio Kid, $187.00, 11, 15.384, Shelby Olyschlager, Caledonia, ON, Nobody Rides For Free, $157.00, 12, 15.396, Matt Boice, Fremont,
IN, Flitz Lil Pyro, $430.00, 3, 14.772, Sara Boucher, Fredericktown, OH, RRS Twisten Easy, $322.00, 4, 14.779, Charlie Edwards, Dutton, ON, Rare Flame, $269.00, 5, 14.782, Tracy Wren, Chesaning, MI, GM Baloo, $188.00, 6, 14.791, Larry Teubert I I, Allen, MI, Rocky Bal Bullion, $175.00, 7, 14.795, Tammy Ochs, Grovertown, IN, First Gunner, $161.00, 8, 14.796, Jessica Sullivan, Coleman, MI, Eyes Arunnin, $148.00 2D, 9, 14.805, Leslie Richards, Demorestville, ON, Zip, $134.00, 10, 14.832, Dalton Bekins, Sand Lake, MI, One Hungry Honey, $121.00, 11, 14.841, Kim Kegler, Attica, MI, U Bug Me Frenchman, $107.00, 12, 14.876, Brianna Wheeler, Avon, IN, Flash Red Jet, $94.00,3D, 1, 15.24, Brittany Kuripla, Laingsburg, MI, KF My Southern Belle, $400.00, 2, 15.247, Shane Stratton, Bluffton, OH, Frenchmans Moonbar, $280.00, 2, 15.247, Barry Reed, Bear Lake, MI, Fish This, $280.00, 4, 15.249, Tyler Aitken, Summerstown, ON, Caliente Darlin, $200.00, 5, 15.256, Shelby Tucker, Waterloo, IN, A Tuff Robin Reed, $140.00, 6, 15.282, Nathaniel Skaggs, Turners Station, KY, Cowboy, $130.00, 7, 15.295, Justine Vyse, Ingersoll, ON, Im Dodging the Blues, $120.00, 8, 15.296, Tim Droptiny, Pinconning, MI, Krita Keat Comanche, $105.00, 8, 15.296, Hali O’donnell, Attica, MI, Sabrina’s Flit Angel, $105.00, 10, 15.328, T J Overly, Ellsworth, MI, Rowdy French Guy, $90.00, 11, 15.346, Kaelynne Hoffner, Imlay City, MI, Oh Bee On The Money, $80.00, 12, 15.348, Katy Kopf, Okemos, MI, Tuffs Honor, $70.00. 4D, 1, 16.246, Haley Maystead, Fulton, MI, Hammer, $331.00, 2, 16.251, Bobbi Hinkley, Chase, MI, A Dash of Royalty, $265.00, 3, 16.28, Glenn Sutherland, Appin, ON, Dash For Doctor, $199.00, 4, 16.29, Brian Bannerman, Clarkston, MI, Dun A Roni, $166.00, 5, 16.308, Holly Lippert, Baroda, MI, Circle two’s spook, $116.00, 6, 16.329, Stephanie Jackson, Watford, ON, N.C. Goes Hollywood, $108.00, 7,
1D OPEN FINALS & YOUTH
SECOND GO: 1D, 1, 14.324, Jacob Anderson, Kalamazoo, MI, Rebel Snowy Tiger, $1,188.00, 2, 14.396, Kali Carpenter, Otisville, MI, Renees Easy Jet, $950.00, 3, 14.402, Tammy Ochs, Grovertown, IN, First Gunner, $713.00, 4, 14.404, Haley Patterson, New Carlisle, OH, Vals Alive, $594.00, 5, 14.427, Sally Kuipers, Byron Center, MI, To Pretty To Dance, $416.00, 6, 14.494, Charlie Edwards, Dutton,
OH, Breaker, $138.00, 4D, 1, 16.324, Amanda Bentley, Howell, MI, CNN Super Looper, $652.00, 2, 16.359, Daniel Tyson, Hartland, MI, Two Tuff for Baron, $522.00, 3, 16.398, Janell Klosterman, Swartz Creek, MI, Apparently Apollo, $391.00, 4, 16.416, Konnie May, Port Hope, MI, Designed By Ratchett, $326.00, 5, 16.428, Lindsay Fisher, Kalamazoo, MI, Rosebud’s Dakota, $228.00, 6, 16.431, David Curl, Holly, MI, Cutie After Dark, $212.00, 7, 16.445, Andrea Rautio, Paris, MI, We Who Say, $196.00, 8, 16.487, Diane Austin, Vicksburg, MI, Grays Llama, $179.00, 9, 16.501, Mark McNutt, Dutton, ON, Wispering Red Streak, $163.00, 10, 16.506, Rachel Caputo, Holland, MI, Streakin Bayou Bunny, $147.00, 11, 16.507, Kaylin Collins, Tawas City, MI, Halo, $130.00, 12, 16.535, Elizabeth Bartoli, Bloomfield Hills, MI, Ausual Jewel, $114.00 FINALS:1D, 1, 14.237, Parker Martin, Stanton, MI, Bold Train, $606.00, 2, 14.252, Terri Forrest, Sturgis, MI, Indy Charger, $485.00, 3, 14.268, Haley Patterson, New Carlisle, OH, Vals Alive, $363.00, 4, 14.281, Kali Carpenter, Otisville, MI, Renees Easy Jet, $303.00, 5, 14.377, Valerie Watson, Nashport, OH, Dashing French Lady, $212.00, 6, 14.443, Barbara Jimison, Swanton, OH, Miss Secret Memories, $197.00, 7, 14.482, Sarah Gee, Ingersoll, ON, Okies Sharp Diamond, $182.00, 8, 14.507, Jacob Anderson, Kalamazoo, MI, Rebel Snowy Tiger, $167.00, 9, 14.526, Heather Kosmowski, Kenockee, MI, My Girl Josie, $151.00, 10, 14.557, Lance Graves, Hartshorne, OK, What Fame, $136.00, 11, 14.574, Kelsy Potter, Dowling, MI, Special Don’t Ya Know, $121.00, 12, 14.606, Ashley Floer, Clayton, MI, Wheelin Bonaza, $106.00,2D, 1, 14.738, Bobbi Hinkley, Chase, MI, Front Row Flash, $537.00, 2, 14.758, Jimmy Bryant, Columbus,
16.354, Rachel Caputo, Holland, MI, Streakin Bayou Bunny, $99.00, 8, 16.367, Alyson Allen, Columbiaville, MI, KK Cinco De Mayo, $91.00, 9, 16.372, Randy Curtis, Big Rapids, MI, Time To Fling, $83.00, 10, 16.383, Micheleen Pierce, Marshall, MI, Cash, $74.00, 11, 16.392, Bailey Allen, Columbiaville, MI, Peppermint Patty, $66.00, 12, 16.408, Julie Strawn, Emmett, MI, Passons Girl, $58.00 YOUTH: 1D, 1, 14.468, Parker Martin, Stanton, MI, Bold Train, $156.00, 2, 14.655, Tyler Aitken, Summerstown, ON, Caliente Darlin, $122.00, 3, 14.691, R J Ochs, Grovertown, IN, Rockets Smooth Jack, $100.00, 4, 14.767, Leslie Richards, Demorestville, ON, Eyesa Pearl Chic, $78.00, 5, 14.771, Maddi McNiven, Embro, ON, Flyin Miss Okey, $56.00, 6, 14.774, Leslie Richards, Demorestville, ON, Jodies Little Amos, $44.00, 2D, 1, 14.971, Madeline Shirey, Rushville, OH, Sissys French Guy, $138.00, 2, 14.982, Leslie Richards, Demorestville, ON, Zip, $109.00, 3, 15.024, Kacee Kugler, Ashley, IN, Sorryboutyourluck, $89.00, 4, 15.091, Blake Katterman, Tawas City, MI, Itsa Bugs Bite, $69.00, 5, 15.096, Jamie Hoffner, Imlay City, MI, J’s Chocolate Gem, $49.00, 6, 15.128, Rebecca Thorne, Fergus, ON, Perks Elated, $40.00, 3D, 1, 15.518, Daniel Tyson, Hartland, MI, Cheveyo, $93.00, 2, 15.518, Riley Smith, Saint Louis, MI, JH Some Kind of Step, $93.00, 3, 15.562, Shelby Olyschlager, Caledonia, ON, Clues Rooster, $67.00, 4, 15.576, Dani Barron, Charlevoix, MI, CKB Shes Driftwood, $52.00, 5, 15.601, Hannah Michner, Okemos, MI, Ride the Bar for Cash, $37.00, 6, 15.609, Shelby Olyschlager, Caledonia, ON, Nobody Rides For Free, $30.00,4D, 1, 16.481, Blake Katterman, Tawas City, MI, KR Maybe Baby, $87.00, 2, 16.495, Holly Pummell, Clare, MI, Sainted Moon, $68.00, 3, 16.53, Taylor Martin, Lake Ann, MI, Mr Leas Impress, $56.00, 4, 16.576, Brandi Schneider, Midland, MI, Apache, $43.00, 5, 16.654, Kelsey Holley, Pinckney, MI, Juno’s Best Man, $31.00, 6, 16.971, Kayla Lindquist, White Lake, MI, Mc Dakota Doc, $25.00
nort, Byron Center, MI, She Might B/A Redneck, $31.00, 4D, 1, 16.639, Jayne Mitchell, Kalamazoo, MI, Takota, $107.00, 2, 16.653, Renee Yerger, Morley, MI, Cougars Gold Spice, $80.00, 3, 16.684, Susan Plue, Fenton, MI, Scarlett Santana, $53.00, 4, 16.736, Cathy Schut, Middleville, MI, SHF Nonstop Chatter, $27.00
OHIO IBRA FINALS July 27-29, 2012 - Circle G Arena - Lewisburg, OH
FRIDAY OPEN: 1. Tausha Schneider, War Bug Meyers, 15.643, $200.00, 2. Valerie Watson, Seis So Sweet, 15.778, $160.00, 3. Mike Hulsinger, Jones On Fire, 15.791, $130.00,4. Judy Hess, Speeding Ta Fame, 15.802, $100.00, 5. Jesse Wagner, Brand Me Lucky, 15.827, $70.00, 6. Natalie Davidson, Ninnekas Jet, 15.873, $60.00, 7. Paige Campf, Dirty, 15.885, 10. Macie Davidson, Cliff, 16.048, 12. Beth Penland, Whirling Fastcat, 16.129, 2D, 1. John Spencer, Honor Last Chance, 16.148, $150.00, 2. Justin Hoover, Bugzy, 16.149, $120.00, 3. Natalie Davidson, Willis, 16.165, $97.00, 4. Hannah Feuguay, Mi Miz Ante, 16.179, $75.00, 5. Mason Penland, I Run For Kisses, 16.237, $54.00, 6. Hannah Riel, HVF Smashed Candy, 16.238, $44.00, 9. Mallorie Davidson, Ought to be a Native, 16.336, 11. Lindsay August, Peppy, 16.431, 12. Macie Davidson, Minnie Mouse, 16.436, 3D, 1. Glenn Hutcheson, Hutchs Festus Twist, 16.650, $100.00, 2. Anna Newell, Image, 16.671, $80.00, 3. Holly Mohn, Gus, 16.718, $65.00, 4. Macie Davidson, Gypsy Rose, 16.724, $50.00, 5. Rachael Hardy, Junior, 16.726, $35.00, 6. Jesse Wagner, A Chick DR, 16.775, $30.00, 9. Hailie Liberty, Sis, 16.848, 12. Jackie Harris, Watch Joes Lil Sis, 16.946, 13. Gina Leslie, Ribbon Ripper, 16.947, 14. Sarah Mitchell, Sugar, 16.974, 4D, 1. Paige Essert, Maxims Lucky Buck, 17.697, $50.00, 2. Lori August, Ya Ya, 17.766, $40.00, 3. Jessica Lamb, Misty, 17.809, $30.00, 4. Juli Ringer, Chance, 17.827, $25.00, 5. Nikki Cowden, JW Special Shake (J), 17.888, $20.00, 6. Amber Taylor, Proud Poco Rose, 17.967, $15.00, 8. Samara Ackers, Scat Cat Kid (Moose), 18.110, 10. Kelly Lutz, Eza Lee Hustled, 18.391. SATURDAY OPEN: 1D, 1. Mike Hulsinger, Jones On Fire, 15.602, $700.00, 2. Tausha Schneider, War Bug Meyers, 15.644, $515.00, 3.
1D SENIOR 1D
SENIORS 1D, 1, 14.632, Jeff Damphouse, Kingsville, ON, Kito Jet, $182.00, 2, 14.636, Brian Langworthy, Sturgis, MI, Indy Breeze, $137.00, 3, 14.701, Sally Kuipers, Byron Center, MI, To Pretty To Dance, $91.00, 4, 14.739, Sherri Oakey, Birch Run, MI, En Splashs Go Mango, $46.00, 2D, 1, 15.152, Randy Kuipers, Byron Center, MI, PC Scat & Mack Frost, $163.00, 2, 15.256, Bonita Longfield, Thamesford, ON, Bet On The Bug, $123.00, 3, 15.273, Debbie Henley, Skandia, MI, Slew Eezy, $82.00, 4, 15.397, Crystal Dusendang, Paris, MI, Powder Me Dry, $41.00, 3D, 1, 15.679, Pam Kyser, Cedar Springs, MI, Treat Maggie Right, $126.00, 2, 15.743, Murray Manson, Delaware, ON, Streakin Ruby, $94.00, 3, 15.747, Glenn Sutherland, Appin, ON, Dash For Doctor, $63.00, 4, 15.798, Diane Loose-
Barbara Jimison, Miss Secret Memories, 15.647, $415.00, 4. Sara Boucher, My Miss Kit Kat, 15.790, $310.00, 5. Heather Gawne, Te Parr Jet, 15.797, $260.00, 6. Trey Whetnall, Jack E Dotson, 15.817, $210.00, 7. Natalie Davidson, Ninnekas Jet, 15.867, $90.00, 8. Hannah Riel, HVF Smashed Candy, 15.867, $90.00, 11. Heather Palmer, Little Bit Of Cowboy, 15.929, 13. Macie Davidson, Cliff, 16.020, 16. Jeanie Bowersock, Packen Thunder, 16.040, 2D, 1. Aaron Moon, Mito, 16.119, $525.00, 2. Tracey Kanyo, Rush, 16.131, $390.00, 3. Caitlin Lamb, Rocking Alena, 16.145, $310.00, 4. Mason Penland, I Run For Kisses, 16.176, $230.00, 5. Natalie Davidson, Beduinos Easy Streak, 16.177, $195.00, 6. Mari Lynn Taube, JP, 16.207, $155.00, 7. Justin Bishop, No Stoppin The Fire, 16.260, $135.00, 8. Alison Czayka, Smart N Decked Out, 16.264, 12. Mallorie Davidson, Ought to be a Native, 16.359, 16. Sara Boucher, RRS Twisten Easy (Twister), 16.432, 3D, 1. Caylin Owens, Tauri, 16.605, $350.00, 2. Tausha Schneider, Jaxmanian Brave, 16.607, $260.00, 3. Dustin White, Willie, 16.620, $205.00, 4. Gina Leslie, Ribbon Ripper, 16.632, $155.00, 5. Baili Brown, Blue, 16.649, $130.00, 8. Larrie Ballard, Onyx, 16.664, 11. Annette Frey, Cee Ninnekah Fly, 16.700, 12. Justin Bishop, Apaches Blue Nugget, 16.702, 13. Justin Hoover, Dixie, 16.792, 15. Amanda Zoldak, Vegas, 16.877, 16. Nikki Cowden, JW Special Shake (J), 16.887, 4D, 1. Lynn Brenner, Kiptys Exlusive Cash, 17.673, $175.00, 2. Samara Ackers, Scat Cat Kid (Moose), 17.675, $130.00, 3. DeDe Koger, Tess, 17.702, $105.00, 4. Kasey Mahaffey, Cash, 17.749, $75.00, 5. Kelly Lutz, Eza Lee Hustled, 17.761, $65.00, 6. Brian Patchin, Ed, 17.836, $52.00, 7. Katlin Coghe, Fluffy/JTL Special Edition, 17.871, $45.00, 8. Stephanie Cameron, Macey, 17.894, 9. Debbie Gilbert, Stormy Piney River, 18.087,. Lynn Brenner, Comments A Streakin, 18.148, Heather Palmer, Peppy Ole Man 1997 (Cruise), 18.428 YOUTH 1D, 1,Hannah Feuguay, Mi Miz Ante, 15.723, $190.00, 2. Brenna Steffel, Quick Fix by George, 15.874, $140.00, 3. Macie Davidson, Three Bar Meyers, 15.890, $95.00, 4. Macie Davidson, Gypsy Rose, 15.890, $45.00, 6. Paige Campf, Dirty, 16.240, 7. Mallorie Davidson, Ought to be a Native, 16.261, 8. Hannah Riel, HVF Smashed Candy, 16.315, 2D, 1. Ellie Davidson, Dustys Easter Star, 0.000, 2. Caylin Owens, Tauri, 0.000, 3. Karla Yurko, Easy Go Ned Pepper, 0.000, 4. Mackenzie Miller, Totty, 0.000, 8. Paige Campf, Pep, 17.432, 9. Hayden Townsend, NHF Bonanza King, 17.470, 3D, 1. Lane Zook, Tailored To Fly, 17.847, $75.00, 2. Skylar Cruse, Gizmo, 17.849, $55.00, 3. Sara Sanderson, Coco Hobo Command, 18.097, $40.00, 4. Lindsey Landis, Brandy, 18.245, $20.00, 9. Meagan Mains, Cool Kitty Bars, 19.105, 10. Erika Sauer, Winter Storm, 22.863. MASTERS 1D, 1. Mike Hulsinger, Jones On Fire, 15.579, $195.00, 2. Jimmy Bryant, Pryo, 15.767, $115.00, 3. Mari Lynn Taube, JP, 16.128,
17.646, $80.00, 2. Kelly Meeks, Donald, 17.812, $45.00, 3. Dave Randall, Audie Murphy, 18.053, $30.00, 4. Larrie Ballard, Onyx, 18.078, 7. Warren Cisler, Gram, 19.015, 8. Jon Townsend, Buster, 19.490. SUNDAY OPEN Incomplete Results on-line YOUTH 1D, 1. Caitlin Lamb, Rocking Alena, 15.580, $174.00, 2. Hannah Feuguay, Mi Miz Ante, 15.571, $130.00, 3. Macie Davidson, Gypsy Rose, 15.882, $85.00, 4. Hannah Riel, HVF Smashed Candy, 15.910, $45.00, 5. Abby Yarkosky, Bids Lucky Doc, 16.031, 6. Paige Campf, Dirty, 16.113, 7. Kayla Young, Riki, 16.372. 2D, 1. Harley Delcourte, Dusty, 16.771, $104.00, 2. Hannah Feuguay, Alahand, 16.833, $80.00, 3. Paige Campf, Josey, 16.882, $50.00, 4. Ellie Davidson, Dustys Easter Star, 16.889, $25.00, 5. Annie Davidson, Rosey, 17.002, 7. Harley Taylor, Dr Rene Dan (Jesse James), 17.273, 3D, 1. Skylar Cruse, Gizmo, 17.732, $70.00, 2. Lane Zook, Tailored To Fly, 17.789, $50.00, 3. Lindsey Wooldridge, Los Too Tuff, 17.845, $35.00, 4. Hannah Sanderson, Daisy, 17.929, $15.00, 7. Meagan Mains, Cool Kitty Bars, 18.176, 8. Hailie Gaso, Ginger, 18.314, 9. Kelsy Young, Gypsy, 18.376, 13. Erika Sauer, Winter Storm, 24.991. MASTERS 1D: Masterâ€™s 1D, Jimmy Bryant, Pyro, 15.824, $145.00, 2. Mike Hulsinger, Jones On Fire, 15.900, $87.00, 3. Beth Penland, Whirling Fastcat, 16.036, $58.00, 5. Glenn Hutcheson, Hutchs Festus Twist, 16.278, 6. Jeanie Bowersock, Packen Thunder, 16.360, 2D, 1. Dave Randall, Annie Knows Corona, 16.920, $85.00, 2. Larrie Ballard, Onyx, 16.989, $50.00, 3. Re Lawson, Alahand, 17.509, $35.00, 6. Kelly Lutz, Eza Lee Hustled, 17.746 3D, 1. Juli Ringer, Chance, 18.007, $60.00, 2. Warren Cisler, Gram, 18.305, $35.00, 3. Jon Townsend, Buster, 18.550, $20.00,
$80.00, 4. DeDe Koger, Im Packin Easy, 16.183, 5. Deena Fries, SHF Roan Kiss / b (12) , 16.259, 6. Beth Penland, Whirling Fastcat, 16.262, 7. Jackie Harris, Watch Joes Lil Sis, 16.303, 9. Jeanie Bowersock, Packen Thunder, 16.383, 10. Glenn Hutcheson, Hutchs Festus Twist, 16.443, 2D, 1. Raymond Reynolds, Berney, 16.598, $115.00, 2. Carla Hettinger, Tucker, 16.663, $70.00, 3. Brad Wagner, Little Jet Rock, 16.834, $45.00, 7. Dave Randall, Annie Knows Corona, 17.113, 10. Amy Fulton, Doc Blue Flying, 17.290, 11. Lori August, Ya Ya, 17.465, 12. Kelly Lutz, Eza Lee Hustled, 17.557, 3D, 1. Janet Roth, Rush For Gold,
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ITOBA Yearling & 2 Year Old In Training SALE October 14th, 2012 - 1:00 pm • Auction Style Sale • Open to the public • Concessions will be available. • Horses are available for buyer inspection on Saturday, October 13, 2012 after 12:00 P.M., and Sunday October 14, 2012 before and during the sale. • The sale will begin promptly at 1pm on Sunday, October 14, 2012. • Visit www.itoba.com for forms and sale catalogs
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Hoosier Park Press Release - Saint D’Aroak once again showed her af-
finity for Hoosier Park as she captured the evening’s featured event, a $41,000 state bred allowance for fillies and mares, at Hoosier Park Racing & Casino on August 16. The three-year-old daughter of Saint Anddan pushed her career earnings over the $100,000 mark for trainer Randy Klopp as she posted her third win in six starts over Hoosier Park’s oval.Saint D’Aroak has finished in the money in all six of her lifetime starts at the Anderson track. With Daniel Coa back in the irons once again, Saint D’Aroak was in perfect striking position from the outset breaking from post eight. She stalked the early pacesetter, Sheza Cozy Gal under Fernando De La Cruz, through early fractions of :22.57 and :45.76. Slacker and Chris Russell held the rail in third while Cindy Sweet Cindy chased the pace on the outside in fourth. Saint D’Aroak and Coa began their quest for the lead as the field reached the three-quarter station in :58.70. Coming off the far turn, Coa angled the dark brown filly to the outside and she easily took over command in the stretch. Saint D’Aroak drew clear late and coasted home to a one and one half length triumph over Sheza Cozy Gal. Victoria Blu, ridden by Rodney Prescott, made a bid late in the lane to get up for the third place finish. The winning time was 1:12.32 for the six furlong event contested over a sloppy rated track. As the public’s second choice, Saint D’Aroak returned $7.80 for the win. “This filly likes the distance,” winning trainer Randy Klopp noted, “but seems to handle running short a little better. She won a stakes race here going short over a sloppy track last year, so I knew she could handle this race. I told Danny to ride his own race and he did. She’s been a really nice filly for us.” Saint D’Aroak notched the first win of her three-year-old campaign and her third lifetime win in 11 starts. Owned and bred by Cynthia and Dennis Claramunt and Randy Klopp, Saint D’Aroak was victorious in the $84,000 added “The City of Anderson” stake at Hoosier Park Racing & Casino last year.
Big Town is Big in Hoosier Park Feature
Big Town and Marlon St. Julien defeated Chilled and Antonio Lopez Castanon in a determined stretch duel to take home top honors in the feature, a $41,000 allowance optional claiming event, at Hoosier Park Racing & Casino on August 10. Leaving from post three, Big Town was unhurried out of the gate. Adulare broke alertly in the abbreviated field of six and went to the front under Fernando De La Cruz. Jockey Marlon St. Julien relaxed his mount on the outside while trading back and forth with Adulare for the lead. Chilled was also well placed four wide in third. Adulare went a quarter in :23.58, as the order remained unchanged down the backside. Adulare continued to call the shots, setting a moderate pace of :47.97 as St. Julien kept Big Town in perfect striking position in the three path. When the field hit the turn after three-quarters in 1:12.13, Chilled began to challenge Adulare on the outside but Big Town would not go away. The dark brown gelding ranged up to take the lead when asked to win a long stretch duel by three-parts of a length over Chilled. The heavily favored, Northern Candyride under Rodney Prescott remained off the pace for much of the race but made a bid late in the lane to round out the tri-fecta. Big Town returned $10.00 to his backers. “This horse races much better over the dirt, so I thought he would be
good here,” winning trainer Tim Glyshaw noted. “The racing style here fits him, it seems to be more speed favoring and he likes to be in the race. The plan was to get the lead but he didn’t break well. Marlon (St. Julien) did a great job with this horse tonight, he sat patiently on him and that basically won the race for us.” The final time for the mile and one-sixteenth distance was 1:43.99 over the fast dirt track. With his third victory in 13 starts, the 4-year-old gelded son of Speightstown improved his lifetime bankroll to $122,581 for owner Sure Shot Stables, Inc. Big Town was bred in Kentucky by Calumet Farm.
Hard Luck Monk Rolls The Upset
Hard Luck Monk pulled the 25-1 upset over nine other contenders in the $50,000 Indiana-bred allowance at Hoosier Park Racing & Casino on August, 2. Hoosier Park’s all-time leading jockey, Rodney Prescott, piloted the 3-year-old chestnut gelding for trainer Mike Nance. Leaving from post seven, Hard Luck Monk left sharply only to yield the lead to Buster Rose and Thomas Pompell who set the pace early with a first quarter clocked in 22.24. Hard Luck Monk tracked the leaders in second while Man of Miracles was chasing in third. Unreachable was well placed on the outside in fourth. As the race turned for home, the field began to tighten. Buster Rose clung to the lead as Hard Luck Monk angled off the rail into the turn and was able to put a nose in front. Making his first Hoosier Park start of the season off a tenth place finish in the $200,000 Governor’s Stake at Indiana Downs on July 12, Hard Luck Monk edged away to a one and three-quarter length victory. Buster Rose held on for second, while the public’s second choice, Unreachable Star, finished third. Hard Luck Monk covered the six furlongs in a final time of 1:08.97. “It all worked out for him tonight, he likes to be in the mix of things,” Nance said of the Hunting Hard gelding. “We ran him back long and he was no good at all so I just threw that last race out. I thought he would be pretty good in here.” Hard Luck Monk improved his career record to 4-0-0 from 9 starts while pushing his career earnings over $100,000 for M.Y. Stables, Inc. He was bred in Indiana by South River Ranch and is out of the Executive Order mare Sister Monk. “He beat some pretty nice horses tonight,” Nance noted. “He’s only three, but he has a lot of heart and is finally starting to come around.”
Indiana Derby - Saturday, October 6
The 18th running of the Grade II $500,000-added Indiana Derby at Hoosier Park promises to be an exciting day at the races. The day will feature seven stakes races including the Grade II $200,000-added Indiana Oaks, the $100,000-added Michael G. Schaefer Memorial Mile, and the new $100,000-added Mari Hulman George Stakes.
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e’re still looking for a winner for August’s mystery cowgirl. Our picture is of a cute little girl on a pretty gray horse. This little girl has grown up to be a beautiful lady who has became very succesful in the horse industry. Matter of fact, you may have called on her a time or two if you live in her part of the country. One more hint for a little help - she lives and works in “Southern Indiana.” If you can correctly identify our cowgirl and her horse, include a year and maybe even a location....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.” Call 765-744-7363 or email email@example.com
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Delmar and Bev Mongosa knew the mystery cowboy in this picture. His name was Joe Sarver, he was one of the “Denver Boys” who competed at the horse shows held in Denver, Indiana. (They still have shows there today!) The horse’s name was Firefly and we’re told that everyone in Denver rode her at one time or another.. The picture was taken in 1958 when Joe was just 19 years old.. The baby blue golf hats were what all of the boys wore to the shows back then. Joe passed away in 1997 leaving a horse show. We received a letter from Joe’s son, Terry Sarver who gave us some insight to a very competitive section of Indiana where most of the “Denver Boys” lived. His dad always said, “If you can win at Denver, you can win anywhere.” Some of the Denver Boys have passed on, but there are a still a several going strong, including our winner this month, Delmar Mongosa and his family who are still competeing and winning. Some of the other names that Terry mentioned were: Joe Mongosa, Bruce Corrall, Dick Cole, Paul Thiry, Don Heckathorn, Rudd Mongosa. Thanks for sending in your picture, Terry! Congrats to Delmar for identifying our Mystery. He chose to extend his subscription for another year.
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HOOSIER HORSE PARK CO-CHAIRS: Ingrid Schoenlein, EDINBURGH, Wes Morelock, Judy HartINDIANA
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September 2012 issue of The "Fast" Horse Resource