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Sincerest Condolences Following Passing of Tom Chown

Sincerest Condolences Following Passing of Tom Chown

We would like to extend our sincerest condolences to the family and friends of well-known horse trainer and clinician, Tom Chown. Several members of his family have indicated that he passed away yesterday on January 20th, 2020.

1/5 UPDATE- Sincerest Condolences Following Passing of Susan Scott

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1/5 UPDATE- Sincerest Condolences Following Passing of Susan Scott

We are deeply saddened to relay the tragic news coming out of Florida this evening that the matriarch of the Haylo Farms family, Susan Scott, has passed away in a car accident. At this time, it is uncertain what caused the accident, but our prayers of support and love go out to Susan’s husband, Stanley; daughter, Nancy, and grandchildren following her sudden passing.  

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Former APHA President, Fred Adam, Has Passed

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Former APHA President, Fred Adam, Has Passed

A lifetime APHA member, Fred was a national director for 49 years and served on every APHA advisory committee as either a member or EC liaison during his tenure. An APHA judge since 1977, Fred retired from judging in 2010 and was honored in 2017 with APHA’s Judge Emeritus award.

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In Loving Memory of TopHat And Tails (2005-2019)

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In Loving Memory of TopHat And Tails (2005-2019)

“I just can’t believe he’s gone. He was such a big part of my growing up and taught me so much. I’m going to miss him.” 

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Fond Memories of Dee Bartek

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Fond Memories of Dee Bartek

In January of 1995, I contacted Dee about breeding a mare to Temon. I hadn’t ever met her, but she instantly took me under her wing finding me a Futurity breeding and telling me about a good mare that she thought  would be a good cross on her stud. We bought Brilliant Conclusion. She was in foal, but we chose to buy only the mare and not the foal she was carrying. Unfortunately, the mare foaled unexpectedly and a large colt tore through her rectum and died. We were in the processing of moving from Missouri back to Texas, so Dee kept the mare, keeping her clean, giving her antibiotics, and keeping up with her reconstructive surgery. It was late in the year and Dr. Donnell bred her one time carefully inseminating her with a straw. Miraculously, she was in foal. 

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In Loving Memory of Mike Garner

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In Loving Memory of Mike Garner

Mike spent most of his life showing Palomino horses and was the co-founder of Video Horse World Productions. His hobbies included watching movies and fishing.

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In Loving Memory of HP Primetime (2014-2019)

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In Loving Memory of HP Primetime (2014-2019)

Sometimes, they’re taken away before their time, and we don’t understand why. That was certainly the case with HP Primetime, the 5-year-old AQHA gelding belonging to Kaleena Weakly that was laid to rest following the Quarter Horse Congress this year. 

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AQHA Past President, “The Marlboro Man,” Robert Norris, Has Passed

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AQHA Past President, “The Marlboro Man,” Robert Norris, Has Passed

While Norris was at Guffey, commercial photographers visited the ranch to shoot some cowboy photos for a Marlboro cigarette ad campaign. They took about 2,000 pictures that day, and a few months later, Norris found himself on the back cover of Life magazine.

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$50,000+ Raised For Carney Performance Horses Following Devastating Fire; Auction Scheduled

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$50,000+ Raised For Carney Performance Horses Following Devastating Fire; Auction Scheduled

On October 26th, a fire broke out at Carney Performance Horses in Rome, Georgia. Sadly, the fire spread so quickly that the entire barn, apartment, and all 19 horses inside perished within minutes. The only animals saved were a dog and miniature pony. Trainer, Blake Carney, and his partner lived in an apartment located above the barn, so their home and all belongings were lost as well. 

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Condolences Following Passing of AQHA World Show Veterinarian- Dr. Andy Anderson

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Condolences Following Passing of AQHA World Show Veterinarian- Dr. Andy Anderson

AQHA World Championship Show veterinarian Glenn F. “Andy” Anderson III passed away on October 21, 2019, after a courageous battle with brain cancer.

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