|For Immediate Release
Breedings to ONE TIME PEPTO and GUNNATRASHYA Selling to Benefit John Hoyt, Legendary Performance Horse Trainer
Provided by Professional Horse Services, LLC, April 2, 2015 - Jeffrey and Sheri Matthews, of Matthews Cutting Horses, have donated breedings to One Time Pepto and Gunnatrashya for a benefit auction for Legendary Horseman and NRHA Hall of Fame Inductee, John Hoyt. Jeff Oswood, of the Oswood Stallion Station in Weatherford, TX, has donated the chute fees, as well.
The online catalog is available now from Professional Horse Services, LLC. Bidding will open on April 10 and close on April 15. To participate in the auction go to http://online.professionalauction.com/auction.php?aucid=160. For more information on how the online auction works go to www.ProHorseServices.com
ONE TIME PEPTO is the earner of $331,097, NCHA Super Stakes Open Champion; Augusta 5/6-Year-Old Open Classic Champion; Abilene Spectacular Open Classic Champion and more. As a sire, ONE TIME PEPTO is the 2014 NRCHA #1 Leading Sire and 2014 #5 Leading NCHA Sire, siring the earners of more than $8,000,000, including NCHA Futurity Champion, ONE TIME ROYALTY and NRCHA Futurity Champion, TIME FOR THE DIAMOND, plus many more top money earners.
GUNNATRASHYA is the earner of $218,046: 2009 NRHA Open Futurity Champion; 2010 NRHA Open Derby Champion; 2009 Congress Open Futurity Champion and more. GUNNATRASHYA’s oldest foals were 3-year-olds as of 2014 and they are certainly making themselves well known in the show pen. He is the sire of ARC GUNNABEABIGSTAR ($148,469, 2014 NRHA Open Futurity Co-Champion with Jordan Larson; Top 10 2014 Congress Open Reining Futurity with Jordan Larson), ARC GUNNA SPARKYA ($66,235: 4th, 2014 NRHA Open Futurity with Casey Deary) and numerous other Aged Event Finalists.
This is a SPECIAL OPPORTUNITY to get breedings to these great stallions in 2015. The book is CLOSED for GUNNATRASHYA and only a few breedings are still available for ONE TIME PEPTO.
Mike and Stephanie Jennings of Professional Horse Services, LLC will handle the online auction of these breedings and other donated items. All of the proceeds will go to the John Hoyt Foundation Fund, including any portion of the Buyer’s Premium not used for buyer’s credit card charges.
Donations to the auction will be accepted until April 8. To donate items contact Katie Forest Schroeder by email at Katie@equiflight.com or cell 713-202-3951 or Shari Darnall at 940-727-8231 or email Greg.email@example.com. Donors can also contact Mike or Stephanie Jennings at 855-272-3905, email Info@ProHorseServices.com or use the donation entry form at https://sporthorseauctions.formstack.com/forms/johnhoyt_phs
John Hoyt is a name known throughout the entire performance horse industry. He has influenced many of today’s top riders. Until 2003, John was still actively riding and teaching the professionals of the future. After a failed knee surgery, he was left with a medical condition called ‘dropped foot’, which resulted in nerve damage and consequently left him unable to ride.
Since then, his health has continually declined leaving him in an economic struggle. However, Hoyt still attends every major NRHA competition and is an active resource to many local and national riders. For those who know John, living in an active horse environment is a key aspect of his well-being. At this point, he has a good support system that allows him to live independently and continue to give back to the industry.
Because of John’s economic struggle, his housing situation is in significant need of our help. Pete and Tamra Kyle, of the Kyle Ranch, in Whitesboro, TX, have graciously donated the use of a lot already equipped with septic and electricity.
A GoFundMe account was set up for John that has raised more than $40,000 that will provide a modular home and furnishings that will properly accommodate John to help ease the stress and emotional strain that he faces daily. But we still need your help in funding proper living for John. To contribute go to http://www.gofundme.com/nbbqvs
When the time comes, and John no longer needs this home, the proceeds from the sale of the home and assets will be donated to the John Hoyt Foundation. This fund will be perpetuated forward for fellow elderly horsemen and horsewoman in the industry.
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