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In Loving Memory of Glowin Easy

In Loving Memory of Glowin Easy

There will never be another Glowin Easy. I will never love another horse, another best friend, as much as you. One day, I will see you again, and we will lope along a fence line together for forever; just Alex and Shorty, exactly how it always was.

Memorial Arrangements Made For Lynn Leedy

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Memorial Arrangements Made For Lynn Leedy

Mary Lynn Leedy (“Lynn”) passed peacefully surrounded by her family and friends on July 2, 2021 in her hometown of Oklahoma City. Lynn was born January 25, 1946 in St. Louis, Missouri to J. Walter Duncan Jr. and Ann Louise’s Burke and is survived by her beloved children Bradley Burke Leedy and Sarah Lynn Dooley […]

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Condolences Following Passing of Longtime Horsewoman, Lynn Leedy

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Condolences Following Passing of Longtime Horsewoman, Lynn Leedy

Our sincerest condolences go out to the friends and family of Mary “Lynn” Leedy, who recently passed away. A longtime horse-lover, Lynn was an active non-pro competitor and owner of several great horses over the years, such as Legal Machine and Miss Pine Chex Zippo. She also raised the ApHC Hall of Fame stallion, Dandy […]

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Sincerest Condolences Following Passing of Haywood “Woody” Bartlett

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Sincerest Condolences Following Passing of Haywood “Woody” Bartlett

He loved the cowboy life and enjoyed sharing that life with others. Upon earning his undergraduate degree from the University of Alabama he spent a short time in the U.S. Army before his acceptance into Auburn University’s School of Veterinary Medicine. He gained a sense of appreciation for pedigrees and breeding from Mr. Pete Reynolds, who bred American Quarter Horses for more than 70 years. His first mare was a three-in-one package purchased for $500. And from that mare he built a legacy breeding program that won him the 2016 Zoetis AQHA Best Remuda Award for producing outstanding Quarter Horse bloodlines since 1958.

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In Loving Memory of Tracy Shultz, WSPHC Announces the Tracy Shultz Sportsmanship Award

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In Loving Memory of Tracy Shultz, WSPHC Announces the Tracy Shultz Sportsmanship Award

Tracy Lee Copeland was born on May 3, 1964 in Sacramento, California to Janice (Akins) and John Copeland. Growing up, Tracy would live in Salinas, California and she would graduate from Salinas High School. Showing incredible intelligence, aptitude, and kindness to others, Tracy would attend Sonoma State University and earn her Bachelor’s and Master’s degree […]

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In Loving Memory of Phelps Media Group Founder and CEO, Mason Phelps, Jr.

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In Loving Memory of Phelps Media Group Founder and CEO, Mason Phelps, Jr.

Born in 1949, Phelps’ passion for horses and equestrian sports started early and he was only sixteen when he was invited to participate in his first training clinic with the United States Equestrian Team. In 1968, he was named US Combined Training Association’s Rider of the Year and was alternate for the U.S. Three-Day Team for the Mexico City Olympic Games. His career as a trainer began in 1972, working first as an assistant at Flintridge Riding Club and later developing his own training stable for hunter/jumpers until his retirement from competition in the late 1990s.

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AQHA Foundation Scholarship Created in Honor of T. Joe Jeane

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AQHA Foundation Scholarship Created in Honor of T. Joe Jeane

The American Quarter Horse Foundation is honored to offer Joe and Suzy Jeane love and support following the loss of their son, T. Joe. Their Quarter Horse family is wrapping their arms around them with love through the creation of the T. Joe Jeane Memorial Scholarship.

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Sincerest Condolences Following Passing of T. Joe (Taylor) Jeane

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Sincerest Condolences Following Passing of T. Joe (Taylor) Jeane

NSBA News NSBA is saddened to report the passing of T. Joe (Taylor) Jeane. The son of Joe and Suzy Jeane had just been accepted into Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine in St. Kitt, West Indies, to pursue his veterinary medicine degree. T. Joe was an active competitor in NSBA throughout his youth career, […]

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AQHA Director Emeritus, Burdette Lee Johnson, Has Passed

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AQHA Director Emeritus, Burdette Lee Johnson, Has Passed

Burdette’s love of horses found him traveling around the world as an AQHA judge. He served 29 years on the Butler County Fair Board. He was a long-term AQHA director, representing Iowa, and was elevated to director emeritus in 2007. He also served nine years on the board of the directors for the Iowa Quarter Horse Association and is an AQHA life member. In his spare time, he enjoyed fishing, hunting and dancing. 

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Condolences Following Passing of Phyllis Weiss

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Condolences Following Passing of Phyllis Weiss

Phyllis Weiss passed away on March 23, in Reno, Nevada, just shy of her 95th birthday. She is survived by her husband of 72 years, AQHA Past President Howard Weiss, and three children, Wendy Weiss Lee, Michael Weiss (Kim Brown) and Nancee Weiss Siebert (Jeff Siebert). Phyllis was a beloved mother, devoted sister, loving grandmother, doting great-grandmother and loving mother-in-law.

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