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In Loving Memory of Heza Stemwinder

In Loving Memory of Heza Stemwinder

With great sadness, we relay the news that the World Champion, World Champion Sire, and Congress Grand Champion, Heza Stemwinder, was recently euthanized after a short illness. All of us that love our horses dream of having that one horse that can be a true champion. He was ours. 

APHA Hall of Fame Member Wanda Williams Passes

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APHA Hall of Fame Member Wanda Williams Passes

Though she had no direct background with horses, Wanda Williams helped direct the course of APHA. Hired in 1963 as a part-time “pedigree painter” for the fledgling association, Wanda became a full-time employee in 1969. From registrations to rulebook revisions to correspondence with members, Wanda did just about every task APHA had to offer.

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Former APHA Amateur Committee Vice Chair Beverly Shoemaker Passes

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Former APHA Amateur Committee Vice Chair Beverly Shoemaker Passes

The wife of APHA Past President Bud Shoemaker, Beverly was also deeply rooted to Paint Horses and APHA. She was part of the APHA Amateur Committee from 1981-1992, serving as vice chairman of that committee in 1984 and 1987; she was also part of the Queen Committee in 1983.

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In Loving Memory of Multiple APHA World Champion, Zipped From The Heart

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In Loving Memory of Multiple APHA World Champion, Zipped From The Heart

“Watching his natural rhythm was truly unparalleled and inspiring. I feel so grateful to have spent so many amazing years together.”

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In Loving Memory of Heidi Cecil

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In Loving Memory of Heidi Cecil

There really is no way to adequately describe the impact she has had on this world. To the horse community, she is a legend. To her friends, she was fiercely loyal, selfless, and sacrificial in her love. To her family, she was the pillar of strength and made the world turn. She loved her children, horses and Jesus with unparalleled passion. There has never been someone quite like her, and she will not be forgotten. Her legacy lives in her family and the imprint she left on each community she touched.

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Multiple World Champion Sire, Valentino, Laid to Rest

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Multiple World Champion Sire, Valentino, Laid to Rest

Valentino, Multiple World Champion sire, was humanely laid to rest on Tuesday, March 10th after a long illness. Our sincerest condolences go out to owner, June Rhea, and Lonn and Kathy Smallwood on the loss of their magnificent stallion.

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In Loving Memory of Scooper Flame

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In Loving Memory of Scooper Flame

“Quincy won so many titles, awards, buckles, ribbons, saddles, and prizes. The greatest award was what he gave to our family… He gave us beauty, laughter, and memories. He was the dream horse of several girls, and there will never be another like him,” says Dylania Kuppler.

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In Loving Memory of Cracking The Code

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In Loving Memory of Cracking The Code

“I’ve had so many horses over the years, and this is the one that really stole my heart. He was kind of a freak of nature.”

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Sincerest Condolences Following Passing of Go Big Sky

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Sincerest Condolences Following Passing of Go Big Sky

We are deeply saddened to learn of the recent passing of Go Big Sky, multiple Congress Champion, NSBA World Champion, and Select World Champion. “Marcus” was the beloved companion of Rodger Call and the pair often excelled in their favorite Over Fence classes and Pleasure Driving. 

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In Loving Memory of AQHA Hall of Famer, Anne Marion

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In Loving Memory of AQHA Hall of Famer, Anne Marion

The only child of Anne “Miss Anne” Burnett Tandy, Marion was raised in Fort Worth, Texas, to be a strong businesswoman who appreciated the arts and loved the ranch that would someday be hers. She spent her summers on the Four Sixes Ranch in Guthrie, Texas, established in 1870 by her great-grandfather Samuel “Burk” Burnett. At a young age, she earned the respect of the cowboys as she learned to ride horses and do the things they did. Her strong will and determination made her a fine leader, both in the ranching industry and the business world.

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