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In Loving Memory of Miss April Sensation

In Loving Memory of Miss April Sensation

By Erica Greathouse On August 29th, we made one of the hardest decisions we’ve ever made. Miss April Sensation, more fondly known as “April” got her angel wings. She has been in our family for 16 years and has been a part of so many big milestones in our lives. To know her was to […]

In Loving Memory of Spot Me A Seven

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In Loving Memory of Spot Me A Seven

He lived an exceptionally full life and was truly loved by everyone who had the privilege of calling him their own. I know I did. 

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In Loving Memory of A Total Sensation

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In Loving Memory of A Total Sensation

The last award he received was two days before he passed away. It’s one of the highest awards a Pinto can receive- the Pinto Supreme Championship award. He will be missed and will always have a special place in our hearts.

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Sincerest Condolences Following Passing of Maggie Howell

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Sincerest Condolences Following Passing of Maggie Howell

After graduating from the University of Findlay in 2012, Maggie went to work for Missy Thyfault in Shelby, OH for five years as an assistant trainer. Maggie had dreams and goals of going out on her own as a horse trainer back at her family farm in Baltimore, OH. Unfortunately, her long-term battle with brain cancer got in the way. 

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Farewell to the Queen- In Loving Memory of Zips Bossy Chip

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Farewell to the Queen- In Loving Memory of Zips Bossy Chip

“I had counted on my kids meeting the legend, the horse that changed my life forever. I’ll miss her for the rest of my life, wishing for just one more touch of her nose and one more nicker for a peppermint.”

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In Loving Memory of AQHA and NSBA Champion, She’s So Sleepy

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In Loving Memory of AQHA and NSBA Champion, She’s So Sleepy

Our sincerest condolences go out to the Ochetto family following the recent passing of Shes So Sleepy. This AQHA mare was by the great Too Sleepy To Zip and out of HQH Shes So Vain, by Flashy Zipper. She was lovingly owned by the Ochetto family of Michael, Kaye Nell, and Renlly. She was also loved by […]

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Sincerest Condolences Following Passing of OQHA’s Clark Bradley

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Sincerest Condolences Following Passing of OQHA’s Clark Bradley

The Ohio Quarter Horse Association is saddened to announce the passing of Clark Bradley. Bradley of Findlay, Ohio came from a family dedicated to the Ohio Quarter Horse Association. Clark Bradley was an instructor at the University of Findlay for 26 years. He became an active coach with the University of Findlay’s western equestrian team in 1996. He has helped coached several national championship teams and two reserve national championship squads.

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Sincerest Condolences Following Passing of AQHA Past President, Ken T. Smith

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Sincerest Condolences Following Passing of AQHA Past President, Ken T. Smith

The South Carolinian bought his first Quarter Horse in 1966, a 2-year-old gelding named Scarlet Heel.  The lanky southerner showed the gelding some, but his first real show horse was Jungle Gardenia.  Smith bought the mare in 1969 and showed her in western pleasure, cutting and halter.

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Morris Animal Foundation Remembers Betty White, a Tireless Champion for Animals

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Morris Animal Foundation Remembers Betty White, a Tireless Champion for Animals

“Betty always put the animals first. In the 1990s, she suggested pain management should be an area of future research and funded the first few studies,” said Dr. Rob Hilsenroth, former Morris Animal Foundation Executive Director and a longtime friend of Betty White. “Today, if a veterinarian performs an elective surgery, like a spay or neuter without using pain management, she/he could face a malpractice charge. You can thank Betty White for that revolutionary change in the way we practice all phases of veterinary medicine today.”

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APHA State Director Wendell Cummings Passes

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APHA State Director Wendell Cummings Passes

An APHA member since 1998 and longtime advocate for the Paint Horse, Wendell served as an APHA state director for many years. He was an active member of the General Show & Contest and World Show Advisory Committees from 2018-2021 and served on the Cattle Event Task Force that began in 2020.

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