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In Loving Memory of Nearly Chocolate

In Loving Memory of Nearly Chocolate

He wasn’t just an exceptional partner for Bella. He was a member of the family. “He was our family pet,” Jennifer says. “He loved licorice. Bella often shared it with him, ‘Lady and the Tramp’ style. There are not many horses you could trust that way.”

Sincerest Condolences Following Passing of Billy Allen

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Sincerest Condolences Following Passing of Billy Allen

“Billy was an outstanding horseman in the true nature of the word,” declared noted trainer and AQHA judge Al Dunning. “He competed to the highest level in many events and was an icon in AQHA. Billy was a gentleman, a great family man and a real cowboy.”

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In Loving Memory of Design By Leaguer

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In Loving Memory of Design By Leaguer

We’re saddened by the death of another great show horse that passed away recently. Design By Leaguer was born April 15, 1993, lived a tremendous life and show career, and passed September 20th, 2020 at the ripe, old age of 27. 

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In Loving Memory of Only Temptation

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In Loving Memory of Only Temptation

We were so deeply saddened to hear of the loss of Emily Maul’s beloved, gray gelding, Only Temptation. We have had the pleasure of interviewing Emily about “Lefty” for many years now. Our thoughts and prayers are with her during this sad time. Scroll below to see some of our favorite articles and photos that […]

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APHA Hall of Fame Member- Ray Graves- Has Passed

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APHA Hall of Fame Member- Ray Graves- Has Passed

As a teenager, Ray Graves decided he wanted to be a cowboy, and he never looked back. Though he first roped aboard Quarter Horses, it wasn’t long before Ray bought his first Paint Horse, a mare named Waheni for his wife, Delois. The duo found quick success, and Ray purchased his first stallion, Sky Top Bar, in 1968.

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In Loving Memory of RL Talk About Sudden

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In Loving Memory of RL Talk About Sudden

“You’d rarely see me without a smile as I was going down the line with him. What I would give to do that one more time…”

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APHA Past President and Hall of Fame Member, Gregg Reisinger, Has Passed

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APHA Past President and Hall of Fame Member, Gregg Reisinger, Has Passed

A savvy horseman, Gregg saw the potential of the Paint Horse breed from the beginning. Though he registered his first Paints with the American Paint Stock Horse Association in 1965, he began buying and selling horses much earlier as a teenager at his father’s sale barn. After accumulating a herd of exemplary broodmares, he purchased his first Paint stallion, Apache Norfleet, in 1967.

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Author of “They Rode Good Horses,” Don Hedgpeth, Has Passed

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Author of “They Rode Good Horses,” Don Hedgpeth,  Has Passed

Don Hedgpeth of Medina, Texas, who in 1990 wrote AQHA’s 50-year history “They Rode Good Horses,” passed away on June 25, at Methodist Hospital in San Antonio after a 30-year battle with leukemia. Don was a beloved husband, father and friend, as well as an award-winning writer and expert on cowboys and western heritage.

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AQHA Director at Large, Homer Stude, Has Passed

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AQHA Director at Large, Homer Stude, Has Passed

Homer was a life member of the American Quarter Horse Association, and served as a director-at-large, as well as serving on the recreational riding committee. Homer was also chairman of the AQHA Youth Activities Committee. Homer was the well-deserving recipient of the 2011 Merle Wood Humanitarian award for his work with youth and horses. Homer and Cookie were always tremendous supporters and promoters of AQHA youth. Cookie used to manage the awards at the Youth World, wrangling awards and kids in the process.

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Make Donations to Hugh Chatham Hospital in Memory of Babs Bryant

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Make Donations to Hugh Chatham Hospital in Memory of Babs Bryant

Babs was always so proud of our hospital and would let us know how the doctors and staff were so accommodating and helpful. It made her battle much easier to deal with because of the technology and the nurturing and caring staff at our cancer center. She was a great friend and loved being served locally at HCMH. She will truly be missed. Please keep Lannie and her family in your thoughts and prayers.

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