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On The Fence With Carol

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On The Fence With Carol

Oh my goodness? It is October and we are approaching the end of the year. We are still in a dilemma with regard to our leadership. We haven’t heard anything regarding Don Treadway’s successor but we have hired a new staff member. He is Pete Kyle, a likeable horseman who I hear has thoughts about reorganization. We have either fired or shuffled around 14 members of our staff for reasons only known by those who AQHA feel necessary. It shouldn’t surprise any of you to hear that AQHA is still discussing more ‘levels’ of competition to further confuse our exhibitors and our show managers.

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Olivia Hoecker – A Passion for All Things Equine

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Olivia Hoecker – A Passion for All Things Equine

Olivia Hoecker is the founder and owner of Pine Meadow Quarter Horses. Through hard work and dedication she has created one of the premier American Quarter Horse breeding programs the breed has to offer. Her stallion roster reads like a ‘Who’s Who’ of Quarter Horse bloodlines, and the horses produced through her breeding program are consistently at the top of today’s level of elite competition. She is living every horsewoman’s fantasy, but she has worked long and hard to reach this personal goal of making her lifelong dream into a reality.

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Cathrin Gutmann – Transatlantic Equestrian

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Cathrin Gutmann – Transatlantic Equestrian

Cathrin Gutmann exudes positive energy. When you see her competing in Hunter Under Saddle, she presents a picture of elegance and poise, clad in tasteful show outfits that complement her top Quarter Horse contenders. But there is much more than meets the eye when it comes to this young, energetic mother and competitor. She is a true Renaissance woman, whether she is playing with her adorable three-year-old daughter, Emilie, competing with her string of blue-blooded Quarter Horses, or immersing herself in the extensive restoration of Gut Jaidhof, the historic family seat in Austria.

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From the Publisher

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It’s 5:31 AM as I write this column from the luxurious accommodations of Gate F78 at Tampa International Airport. While waiting on my flight to DFW with a connection to Oklahoma City on my way to a show, I am thinking about the number of major horse shows held from the months of August to November. August begins with the Youth World, the next week is the NSBA World Championship, the next week (3 weeks, actually) is the Reichert Celebration, with the AQHA Select World overlapping. Whew!

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On The Cover of EC

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On The Cover of EC

Marilyn Masterson and her five year-old mare, Suddenly Its Time, aka “Suzie,” are busily wrapping up an impressive show season. Recently, the pair was named the Reserve NSBA World Champions in Amateur 50 and Over Western Pleasure and fourth place in Western Pleasure at the AQHA Select World Show.

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On the Fence with Carol

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On the Fence with Carol

Hello everybody! Oh my, our Association has exciting news! Pete Kyle has been hired to be the new Executive Director of Shows and Judges.

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On the Fence with Carol – Regarding A Little Bit About A Lot

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On the Fence with Carol – Regarding A Little Bit About A Lot

Quite a few directors have been sending me copies of their 440 Express communiqués. They have been dumbfounded by leadership’s inexhaustible directives on what to expect at the Convention. I hope you have found them as entertaining as I have. No matter how much our leaders attempt to brainwash the members into joining their thoughts on promoting miss-guided agendas, they still just don’t get it, or perhaps do not want to. Glaring omissions regarding the value of points from their remake of the Incentive Fund or the cloning debacle has many wondering if they might not be withholding more bad news.

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Jarrell Jackson – Hands-on Horseman

Fierce competitor, conscientious judge, dedicated breeder, trainer and coach Jarrell Jackson is the owner of Jarrell Jackson Show Horses. He is a true modern horseman, combining a Bachelor Of Science degree in Equine Studies and Reproduction with hands-on, paid-your-dues experience, resulting in one of the top Halter horse breeding, training and showing operations in the country. Originally located in north-central Louisiana, Jarrell Jackson Show Horses have earned multiple World Championships, Reserves and Top Tens in the AQHA, AQHYA, PHBA, ABRA, IBHA World Shows, the AQHA Select World Show, as well as the All-American Quarter Horse Congress.

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A Taxing Question – Written Contracts in the Informal Horse World by Avery S. Chapman

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A Taxing Question – Written Contracts in the Informal Horse World by Avery S. Chapman

Avery S. Chapman of the Equine Law Group, www.equinelawgroup.com , focuses his practice in complex matters concerning the equine industry, including purchase and sale of horses, equine businesses, commercial contracts, asset protection, construction issues, employment issues, real estate matters and compliance issues. He provides general counsel to his clients in a variety of equine business contexts. He represents creditors frequently in state and federal courts. He also has provided general counsel to the United States Polo Association and has experience with business succession, e-commerce, and professional business group formations and dissolutions.

Beyond the law practice, Avery coaches interscholastic equine athletes, is Chairman of the Equine Law subCommittee of the Florida Bar Animal Law Committee, and is a nationally-recognized speaker on Equine Law issues and serves on several committees of an national equine sport organization. He has recently written two chapters of the Florida Bar’s Business Litigation Manual and publishes articles frequently.

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