Purina Animal Nutrition – A Home For Every Horse

Purina Animal Nutrition Continues to Give Horses

a Second Chance with A Home for Every Horse

Purina Asks Horse Community to Help Reach its $150,000 Feed Contribution Goal

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NRHA Corporate Partner Purina Animal Nutrition once again pledged up to $150,000 in free feed to rescue shelters through its continuing partnership with A Home for Every Horse, a program dedicated to finding homes for horses in need of adoption or fostering. For the third consecutive year, Purina has pledged a base donation of $125,000. From May 5, 2014, to September 5, 2014.  Purina invites horse lovers to help donate additional feed for rescue shelters by spreading the news. Purina will donate $1, up to an additional $25,000 when fans

Many equine rescue shelters struggle to give adoptable horses the resources they need to thrive, including veterinary care, shelter, training and proper nutrition. A Home for Every Horse helps these rescue shelters meet the demands of fostering and rehabilitating rescue horses by providing assistance and much-needed nutrition.

“A key component in combatting the growing number of neglected and malnourished horses is ensuring the rescue shelters who take them in are equipped with resources to bring them back to good health,” said Dr. Kelly Vineyard, equine nutritionist, Purina Animal Nutrition. “Proper nutrition is important in horse rehabilitation, and through our ongoing partnership with A Home for Every Horse, we continue to make a difference in the lives of hundreds of rescue horses by providing feed to aid in bringing them back to good health.”

The program builds on the success of previous years, which has seen nearly 500 rescue shelters across the country sign up to receive support. To date, the company has donated more than 400 tons of feed to rescue shelters.

“The Unwanted Horse Coalition is proud to once again partner with A Home for Every Horse and find forever homes for our nation’s adoptable horses,” said Ashley Furst, director of the Unwanted Horse Coalition. “We continue to hear first-hand accounts of rescue horses that benefitted from the program and the generosity of Purina. By continuing programs like this one, the equine industry is showing that it truly understands the plight of unwanted horses and is working to offer support.”

Rescue Shelter Sign-Ups

Rescue shelters can benefit from the program by submitting their nonprofit paperwork to Equine.com and completing the 2014 A Home for Every Horse rescue application. The simple registration process requires 501(c)(3) verification and offers benefits such as free feed from Purina and free listings of adoptable horses on Equine.com. Shelters can email 501(c)(3) forms and the application to ahfeh@equine.com or mail them to 2520 55th St, Suite 210, Boulder, CO 80301.

Participating rescue shelters can choose from a variety of Purina® horse feeds to match the nutritional needs of their horses. Eligible feeds include Purina® Strategy® GX, Strategy® Healthy Edge® and Equine Senior® horse feeds. These options help rescue shelter operators rehabilitate and provide ongoing nutritional care to horses at varying stages of recuperation.

For more information about A Home for Every Horse and to view adoptable horses, go to ahomeforeveryhorse.com.

The National Reining Horse Association is not responsible for information contained in this posting. Please contact the author or submitting organization for further information, requests, or questions.

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The May Digital Reiner is Ready!

reinercoverOnce again, this NRHA Digital Reiner is full of interesting and informative articles. The NRHA is proud to announce the first adaptive reining class was held at the Florida Classic and had great success. You will also find competition coverage of the OVRHA Bluegrass Reining Stakes, Wimpys Little Step and Gordyville Breeders Cup derbies, Cactus Reining Class, and highlights from the Belgium Derby.

Get to know some of our members with personal columns such as In Real Life with Michelle Miola, Non Pro Info with Shannon Rafacz, and Trainer Talk with Michelle Chapman.

Don’t forget to check out our NRHA Corporate Partners featured in this month’s issue, Smartpak and the Oklahoma City Convention & Visitors Bureau.

 

Incorporated in 1966, the National Reining Horse Association is the standard setting body for the sport of Reining. NRHA, with their International Headquarters in Oklahoma City, is responsible for promoting the sport of Reining and working to ensure the highest standards of competition. To learn more about the NRHA, its programs and family of corporate partners, visit nrha.com.

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Nebraska EHV Update

Nebraska State Veterinarian encourages horse owners, horse shows/exhibitions to follow biosecurity measures to protect against EHV

Christin Kamm – www.nda.nebraska.gov - (402) 471-6856 - Due to an increased number of Equine Herpes Virus (EHV-1) cases across the nation, State Veterinarian Dr. Dennis Hughes is reminding horse owners, as well as operators of horse shows/exhibitions to remain vigilant and exercise biosecurity measures at all events where horses are co-mingled.

“No horses in Nebraska have been diagnosed with the disease at this time. I want to encourage horse owners to take precautions to help prevent this disease from affecting our horse population,” said Dr. Hughes.

According to Hughes, two horses (one from Wisconsin and one from Kansas) recently were diagnosed with EHV-1. The two horses had been at a competition held at the Lancaster Event Center in Lincoln in April. A number of states are dealing with this disease issue.

Dr. Hughes encourages all horse owners to follow biosecurity measures at their operations, including: require individuals to wash their hands before and after contact with each horse; disinfect boots and change clothes that come into contact with horses other than your own; if possible, avoid contact with other people’s horses, and isolate horses returning from shows for 2 to 3 weeks.

“Owners who will be co-mingling their horses also should consider contacting their veterinarian to discuss their horses’ current vaccination status and weigh the benefits of vaccinating their animals for EHV-1,” said Dr. Hughes.

The disease is spread through direct or indirect contact with infected horses, so Hughes encourages operators of horse shows/exhibitions to review their biosecurity plans and minimize the opportunity for horses to have direct or indirect contact with each other. Indirect contact includes the use of shared water and feed sources, as well as the use of shared equipment.

In addition, Dr. Hughes said he recommends horse owners planning to travel to shows/exhibitions contact the venue prior to transporting their horses to inquire about entrance requirements for the event.

EHV-1 symptoms include: fever, decreased coordination, nasal discharge, urine dribbling, loss of tail tone, hind limb weakness, leaning against a wall or fence to maintain balance, lethargy and the inability to rise. While there is no cure, the symptoms of the disease may be treatable.

Additional information about EHV-1 can be viewed at www.nda.nebraska.gov/animal/equine_herpesvirus.html

Stay up-to-date on on equine disease alerts at www.outbreak-alert.com.

 

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Gunner is an NRHA Six Million Dollar Sire

By Christa Morris - With the month of April being a busy time in National Reining Horse Association (NRHA) competition, the legend of NRHA Hall of Fame stallion Gunner had more pages added to the story. Thanks to the success of his offspring, Gunner (AQHA Colonels Smoking Gun; APHA Colonels Smokingun) has become NRHA’s fifth, Six Million Dollar Sire. His official offspring earnings now are $6,013,250.

Bred by Eric Storey of Henagar, Ala., Gunner is the top NRHA earning offspring of Colonelfourfreckle (Colonel Freckles x Miss Solano) and out of Katie Gun whose offspring have earned more than $554,000 in NRHA competition. Gunner earned nearly $175,000 in his career including these accolades:

  • 1996 NRHA Futurity Level (L) 4 Open Reserve Champion ridden by Clint Haverty
  • 1997 NRHA Derby L 4 Non Pro finalist ridden by Kim Sloan
  • 1998 NRBC L 4 Open Reserve Champion ridden by Clint Haverty
  • 1998 NRHA Derby L 4 Open finalist ridden by Clint Haverty
  • 2001 USET Festival Of Champions National Reining Champion ridden by Bryant Pace

In 2002, Gunner was immortalized as a Breyer Horse for the USET Special Edition model.

Just last year at the age of 20, Gunner lost his battle with laminitis. He is deeply missed by his owners Tim and Colleen McQuay of McQuay Stables, Inc. in Tioga, Texas. However, his story continues in the reining arena through the talents of his progeny. His top earners to date include:

  • Tinker With Guns (Gunner x Tinker Nic by Reminic): $344,100 NRHA LTE, bred by NRHA Million Dollar Owner Rancho Oso Rio, LLC and owned by NRHA Corporate Partner Silver Spurs Equine). Awards include: 2009 NRHA Futurity L 4 Open finalist, 2011 NRHA Derby L 4 Open Champion and NRBC L 4 Open finalist; and 2012 NRHA Derby and NRBC L 4 Open Reserve Champion.
  • Americasnextgunmodel (Gunner x Cee Dun It Do It by NRHA Six Million Dollar Sire Hollywood Dun It): $259,800 NRHA LTE, bred by NRHA Million Dollar Owner David Silva, Sr. and owned by NRHA Two Million Dollar Owner Arcese Quarter Horses USA. Awards include: 2012 High Roller Reining Classic Futurity L 4 Open Champion, 2012 NRHA Futurity L 4 Open Champion, and 2013 NRHA Derby and NRBC L 4 Open third place.
  • Gunners Special Nite (Gunner x Mifs Doll by Mifilena): $219,700 NRHA LTE, bred by Kim and Debra Sloan and owned by Turnabout Farm, Inc. The first reining horse to be honored with the USEF Horse of the Year award. Other awards include: 2007 NRHA Futurity L 3 Open Champion and L 4 Open Reserve Champion; 2008 and 2009 NRHA Derby L 4 Open finalist; 2009 and 2010 NRBC L 4 Open finalist; and 2010 Alltech® FEI World Equestrian Games™ Individual and Team Gold Medalist.
  • Gunnatrashya (Gunner x Natrasha by NRHA Hall of Fame inductee Trashadeous): $218,000 NRHA LTE, bred by Katarina Dorminy and owned by NRHA Two Million Dollar Owner Arcese Quarter Horses U.S.A. Awards include: 2009 NRHA Futurity L 4 Open Champion and All American Quarter Horse Congress Reining Futurity L 4 Open Champion; 2010 NRHA Derby L 4 Open Champion, and 2012 NRHA Futurity L 4 Open finalist.

Photos available on request. Gunner photo by Tristan Dark. Offspring competition photos by Waltenberry (with exception to Gunners Special Nite photo by NRHA).

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Mandy McCutcheon is an NRHA Two Million Dollar Rider

NRHA congratulates its newest Two Million Dollar Rider, Mandy McCutcheon, for unofficially becoming the first non pro and first female rider to earn the designation. Most recently McCutcheon won her sixth National Reining Breeders Classic (NRBC) Non Pro Championship and earned reserve champion honors at the Kentucky Reining MandyMcCutcheon_From-NRHA-300Cup.

At the 2014 NRBC, McCutcheon piloted Ms Whiz Dunit (Topsail Whiz x A Bueno Poco Dunit) to a score of 220.5 for first. She also tied for fourth place on Customized Gunner (Colonels Smoking Gun x Custom Made Dunit) and won eighth place on Shiney Enterprise (Smart And Shiney x My Royal Enterprise). McCutcheon and Ms Whiz Dunit came off of a successful 2013 winning championships at the NRHA Futurity and Southwest Reining Horse Association Futurity.

During the Kentucky Reining Cup, McCutcheon competed in the Adequan/USEF Open Reining National Championship and Selection Trial for the 2014 Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games U.S. Reining Squad. Over two rounds of competition, McCutcheon tallied an overall score of 449 to clench reserve championship honors and to become the first woman to ever represent the United States at a Reining World Championship. To make the win even more special, she was aboard her father Tim McQuay’s 10-year-old American Quarter Horse stallion Yellow Jersey (Wimpys Little Step x Ms Clara Melody) for the final dollars needed to reach the milestone.

McCutcheon has created many memorable moments in Reining including these most recent major event wins:

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Adequan/USEF Open Reining National Championship and Selection Trial Results

Shawn Flarida & Spooks Gotta Whiz (Alleyn Evans for Shannon Brinkman/USEF photo)

From USEF News Release - Sixteen combinations entered the Kentucky Horse Park’s Alltech Arena Sunday morning with National Championship honors and selection for the 2014 Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games on their minds for the second and final round of the Adequan/USEF Open Reining National Championship and Selection Trial for the 2014 Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games U.S. Reining Squad. And in a repeat of Friday’s initial round at the Kentucky Reining Cup, Shawn Flarida posted the top score of the day to claim the National Title and punch his ticket to Normandy, France for the World Championship in August. Additionally, five other riders earned their place on the squad with strong performances over the week.

The six members of the U.S. Reining Squad are:

  • Shawn Flarida
  • Mandy McCutcheon
  • Jordan Larson
  • Andrea Fappani
  • Troy Heikes
  • Tom McCutcheon

Flarida (Springfield, Ohio) and Michell Kimball’s seven-year-old Quarter Horse stallion Spooks Gotta Whiz posted a score of 225 in Friday’s first round and bested that by 2.5 points scoring 227.5 Sunday morning.  They finished on an overall score of 452.5 to top the field by 3.5 points.

The multiple times National Champion and 2010 Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games Team Gold medalist was pleased with his horse throughout their time in Lexington and knows that there were some points left on the table.

“Friday night seems like a month ago,” said Flarida. “I had a few bobbles in each pattern but he’s just a nice horse; he’s fun to show and just a great horse.”

Flarida looks forward to getting to Normandy and retaining the title he helped to earn four years ago and believes the U.S. riders are poised for greatness in France.

“They’re all super talented and hardworking,” said Flarida of his squad-mates. “When you get there it’s just time to put your hand down and get to work.”

Earning Reserve Champion honors and her spot on the U.S. squad was Mandy McCutcheon with an overall score of 449. She rode father Tim McQuay’s 10-year-old Quarter Horse stallion Yellow Jersey to scores of 224 and 225 on Friday and Sunday, respectively, to help her  become the first woman to ever represent the United States at a Reining World Championship.

Mandy McCutcheon & Yellow Jersey (Alleyn Evans for Shannon Brinkman/USEF photo)

“The next part is the fun part, this was the nerve-wracking part. I’ll still be nervous but just to get to say you get to go is so fun,” said McCutcheon who will ride alongside her husband, Tom, in Normandy. “For me to be on a team with my husband, on a horse my parents own is just so fun.”

Jordan Larson (Whitesboro, Texas) and Heritage Farms’ HF Mobster slid to third place overall by earning 223 and 225 in the two rounds. The six-year-old Quarter Horse stallion finished on an overall score of 448.

Andrea Fappani (Scottsdale, Ariz.) had an extremely successful weekend at the Kentucky Reining Cup qualifying two of Silver Spurs Equine’s horses for the U.S. World Equestrian Games squad. With the seven-year-old Quarter Horse stallion Smoking Whiz he finished in fourth on a total of 446.5 and then piloted the eight-year-old Quarter Horse stallion Custom Cash Advance to a weekend total of 445.

Finishing in sixth place and earning a place on the squad were Troy Heikes (Scottsdale, A.Z.) and Denise Bixler’s eight-year-old Quarter Horse gelding Lil Gun Dunit with a score of 442.

Rounding out the 2014 Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games U.S. Reining Squad after finishing in seventh place are Tom MCCutcheon (Aubrey, Texas) and Jennifer Marley’s six-year-old Quarter Horse stallion Dun Git a Nicadual after finishing the weekend on a total of 440.5.

Watch on-demand video from the Kentucky Reining Cup on USEF Network presented by SmartPak at www.usefnetwork.com/featured/2014KRC/.

Learn more about the 2014 Kentucky Reining Cup here.

Follow the U.S. Rening Team here.

The National Reining Horse Association is not responsible for information contained in this posting. Please contact the author or submitting organization for further information, requests, or questions.

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NRHA Derby Deadlines – May 1 and June 1

Consider entering your 4-, 5-, or 6-year old in the 2014 NRHA Derby because it:

  • Pays deep in open and non pro divisions
  • Has reasonable late fees for those wanting to enter now
  • Offers a 1 and up non pro entering system that brought an additional $70,000 to the 2013 purse

$100 late fee for open until May 1. $100 late fee for non pro until June 1. See conditions at  nrhaderby.com for details.

Take a good look at our 2013 payouts and consider our entry fees* ranging from $350 to $1,500! 

2013 NRHA Derby Payouts

Open            Purse            Champion
Level 4          $361,200       $60,000
Level 3          $167,200       $23,800
Level 2          $64,600         $11,000
Level 1          $32,100         $5,500

Non Pro        Purse           Champion
Level 4           $128,400      $18,800
Level 3           $97,200        $13,900
Level 2           $55,900        $9,500
Level 1           $21,300        $3,600

* – Does not include late, judges, or other fees.

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2013 NRHA Professional of the Year Awards

2013 NRHA Professionals of the Year Announced

By Christina Brezack – The National Reining Horse Association (NRHA) Professionals Committee met during the National Reining Breeders Classic (NRBC) in Katy, Texas and approved the following NRHA Professional awards for 2013.

NRHA Professional Horseman of the Year

Josh VisserJosh Visser from Whitesboro, Texas, has been an NRHA Professional since 2007. With NRHA Lifetime Earnings of over $177,500, he was elected to the NRHA Executive Committee where he currently serves.  Visser is also a member of several other NRHA committees. Visser has several finalist accomplishments in NRHA major events. Outside of the show pen Visser donates countless hours to working with NRHA to grow the sport of Reining. At the 2013 Adequan® North American Affiliate Championships (NAAC), Visser Reining Horses, Josh and his wife Carri, donated bikes to third place in all 15 NAAC classes.

Over the past couple of years, Visser has donated his time working with firefighters and police officers who competed during the NRHA Futurity in the Oklahoma City National Memorial Foundation benefit. Recently he volunteered to assist a reining para-athlete during the 2013 American Quarter Horse Association (AQHA) World Championship Show. In addition, Visser donated his expertise to countless clinics and other fundraising events to benefit the youth of NRHA and National Reining Horse Youth Association (NRHyA).

Find our more about Josh Visser at www.visserreining.com.

NRHA Professional Horsewoman of the Year

Carol Metcalf1Carol Metcalf from Pilot Point, Texas, has been an NRHA Professional since 2005 with NRHA Lifetime Earnings of nearly $200,000. In 2004, Metcalf was the Intermediate and Limited Open Champion at the NRHA Futurity. She also has won innumerable World Championships with various breed associations and equine disciplines. Metcalf was the 1996 AQHA Professional Horsewoman of the Year.

According to Metcalf, “Every student has his or her own individual qualities. We appreciate the good qualities, but focus on the weaknesses and try to bring them up to the same level as their best qualities. Then, it all balances out.” Read more: http://www.horsecity.com/articles/western-features/halter/14070-pleasure-horse-profile–carol-metcalf#ixzz318lYtQ7B

Carol operates Metcalf Quarter Horses with her husband Steve and their son Carter.

NRHA Professional Non Pro Coach of the Year

Mark RafaczMark Rafacz from Citra, Florida, has been an NRHA Professional since 2004. With NRHA Lifetime Earnings of over $168,000, Rafacz’s nominations were filled with accolades about how much he loves the sport of Reining. Having coached many Top 10 and NRHA World Champions, Rafacz still finds time to donate his time to NRHA regional clinics that benefit the NRHyA.  Along with his wife Shannon, the Rafaczs sponsor many shows around the Southeast region.

One nominator said, “Mark is truly unlike any other non pro coach in the country. He is kind, determined, competitive and he has a special talent for riding reining horses and coaching non pro clients.”

Find out more about Mark Rafacz at markrafacz.com.

NRHA Professional Youth Coach of the Year

PeteKylePete Kyle from Whitesboro, Texas, has been an NRHA Professional since 2003. With NRHA Lifetime Earnings of nearly $557,000, Kyle serves many roles worldwide in the reining community such as United States Equestrian Foundation (USEF) Chairman of the Reining Committee, President of USA Reining and he serves on the Sweden-based Federation Equestre Internationale (FEI) reining committee. Kyle serves as the FEI North American Junior and Young Rider Championship Team Coach at the competition in Lexington, Kentucky.

“The experience Kyle cultivated was much more than just winning gold medals and representing Team U.S.A. on the podium. The youth were given the opportunity to interact with the international equestrian community, cultivate an appreciation for the diverse equestrian disciplines, become skilled with the usage of media and communication skills to promote the sport of Reining and become part of all the ‘team spirit’ that grew from the experience,” expressed one nominator.

Find out more about Pete Kyle at www.petekyle.com.

NRHA Professional Up-And-Coming Trainer of the Year

Jimmy Van Der HoevenJimmy Van Der Hoeven from Whitesboro, Texas, has been an NRHA Professional since 2012 and an NRHA member since 2002. With NRHA Lifetime Earnings of over $250,000, Van Der Hoeven came to the U.S. from Holland in 2010 virtually unknown and he has grown into one of NRHA’s top professionals. Riding Black Hails Gold, Van Der Hoeven was the 2013 NRHA Futurity Level 3 Open Champion and Level 4 Open third place. Van Der Hoeven donates his time as well returning to Holland and providing a free clinic there.

A nominator said, “He has a great work ethic, he works until the job is done no matter how long it takes. I feel that it will not be very long before we see him among the ranks of million dollar riders.”

Find out more about Jimmy Van Der Hoeven at www.cedarridgestallions.com.

NRHA Professionals Award Program

The NRHA Professionals Award Program was established by the NRHA Professionals Committee to recognize outstanding individuals in their profession. To be eligible, each individual had to be a member of the NRHA Professionals Program during 2013. With a deadline of March 1, NRHA members nominated candidates in all five categories, including information regarding the nominee’s character, professionalism and the reason(s) he/she deserved the award. The committee then reviewed the nominations and selected the award winners.

Please check upcoming issues of the NRHA Reiner for more details on each 2013 winner.

Award winners will be honored at the NRHA Annual Awards and Hall of Fame Induction Banquet on June 26, 2014. NRHA Professionals of the Year will receive custom Montana Silversmiths spurs. The banquet will be held at the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum in Oklahoma City. Banquet tickets may be purchased at nrhaderby.com or 405-946-7400.

Incorporated in 1966, the National Reining Horse Association is the standard setting body for the sport of Reining. NRHA, with their International Headquarters in Oklahoma City, is responsible for promoting the sport of Reining and working to ensure the highest standards of competition. To learn more about the NRHA, its programs and family of corporate partners, visit nrha.com.
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Latimer Hits Two Million Dollar Rider Milestone

 Duane Latimer2 (136x200)

 By Hayley Lewallen – Duane Latimer unofficially became the National Reining Horse Association’s (NRHA) newest Two Million Dollar Rider after his performance at the National Reining Breeders Classic (NRBC) in Katy, Texas.

In addition to his outstanding performance at the 2014 NRBC aboard Topsail Survivor and Whatta Royal Vintage (both owned by Turnabout Farm Inc.), Duane rode Gotta Nifty Gun (owned by Luga QH) to earn the title of Level (L) 4 Open Reserve Champion at the 2014 NRHA European Futurity.

Latimer became a Million Dollar Rider in 2003. Since then he has gone on to earn many important accolades within the show arena. Some of his most notable show accomplishments include:

  • 2006: FEI World Equestrian Games Individual Gold Medalist and Team Silver Medalist on Hang Ten Surprise, NRBC Open finalist on Don Julio Whiz and Hang Ten Surprize, NRHA Futurity Open finalist on Dun It In The Bay and Little Whiz Chic
  • 2008: NRHA Derby Open finalist on Shiners Lena Dust, NRHA Futurity Open finalist on A Chic In Wranglers and Spark N Whiz, Top 20 NRHA Professional
  • 2009: NRHA European Futurity L4 Open Reserve Champion on Spark N Whiz, NRBC L4 Open finalist on Hesa Mega Whiz and Shiners Lena Dust, AQHA World Show Junior Reining Champion on Shiners Lena Dust, NRHA Futurity L4 Open finalist on The Shiney Whiz
  • 2010: FEI World Equestrian Games Individual Bronze Medalist on Dun Playin Tag, NRBC L4 Open finalist aboard Custom Cash Advance, NRHA Futurity L4 Open finalist on Hard Way Whiz, Kachina Tag N Chex, and Kachina Tag Olena
  • 2011: NRBC L4 Open finalist on Custom Cash Advance and Kachina Tag N Chex
  • 2012: NRBC L4 Open finalist aboard Custom Cash Advance and Tag This, NRHA Derby L4 Open finalist on Custom Cash Advance
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Our Loss – Bryant G. Pace

Bryant G. Pace Passes Away

Known as “A horseman for all ages. . . An artist of artists,” Bryant G. Pace, the father of NRHA Professional and Judge Bryant L. Pace passed away on April 18, 2014 – Good Friday. He was two months shy of his 100th birthday. He was loved by many, respected by all and a valued member of the NRHA family.  NRHA wishes the family our sincere condolences on their loss.

Mr. Pace was widely recognized as an artist. Currently, NRHA Dale Wilkinson Lifetime Achievement award winners receive a coveted framed print of the award’s namesake, by Pace.

To honor Mr. Pace as a longtime contributor to the Reining Horse Sports Foundation, the family requests that donations be made to the Reining Horse Sports Foundation at 3000 NW 10th St., Oklahoma City, OK 73107-5302, or rhsf@nrha.com.

 

The National Reining Horse Association is not responsible for information contained in this posting. Please contact the author or submitting organization for further information, requests, or questions.

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