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

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.

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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AQHA HOF Member, Betty Nix, Has Passed

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AQHA HOF Member, Betty Nix, Has Passed

Throughout her employment, Betty became a highly respected figurehead – a person people knew or knew of, and a “mother” to the membership and staff. Her motherly ways and “Mother Nix” nickname stemmed from her caring attitude and concern for people’s feelings. 

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In Loving Memory of Industry Icon, Linda Gordon

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In Loving Memory of Industry Icon, Linda Gordon

We are saddened to share the news that one of our friends, and an icon in the Halter horse industry across all breeds, Linda Gordon, has passed away. The support, knowledge, and enthusiasm that she and her late husband, Gary, provided to the horse industry through their carefully cultivated breeding program, generous sponsorship of events, and involvement in futurities is incalculable.

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AQHA Past President Howard Weiss Has Passed

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AQHA Past President Howard Weiss Has Passed

“Howard Weiss represented the new face of the Association – of folks who had been attracted to Quarter Horses in the pursuit of wholesome, family-oriented activity,” wrote Don Hedgpeth in “They Rode Good Horses.”

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In Memory of One Hot Drama Mama: Remembering a Trail Legend

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In Memory of One Hot Drama Mama: Remembering a Trail Legend

The Equine Chronicle and Sea Ridge Farms are saddened to share the passing of legendary mare, One Hot Drama Mama, on November 16, 2021. Fondly known as “Peaches,” the 2007 mare was owned and loved by Angela Wade. In their nine years together, Peaches and Angela were two-time AQHA World and Congress Champions in Amateur Trail. The talented mare was a champion producer as well, passing on her strong will, show presence, and aptitude for Trail to her babies.

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Sincerest Condolences Following Passing of AQHA Sire, Mechanic

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Sincerest Condolences Following Passing of AQHA Sire, Mechanic

Our sincerest condolences go out to stallion owner, Sandra Morgan; stallion manager, Stephen Stephens; and the many fans of AQHA stallion, Mechanic, who passed away on October 15th, 2021. 

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Condolences Following Passing of 16-Time World Champion, Singin Saddie Sue

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Condolences Following Passing of 16-Time World Champion, Singin Saddie Sue

Our sincerest condolences go out to Dr. Kelly Lear-Mancinelli and family following the passing of her beloved mare, Singin Saddie Sue. “This mare was the love of my life and there will never be another horse like her,” Dr. Kelly says. “She accomplished so many things in her life and beat so many odds. She […]

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In Loving Memory of James Novak (1998-2021)

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In Loving Memory of James Novak (1998-2021)

James always had a passion for horses, and recently graduated from the University of Findlay’s equine program in 2020. While at UF, he cherished every opportunity to learn and further his skills, no matter the discipline. He embraced learning about everything that he possibly could about horses, giving his all every day.

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