Shannon Hall Cutting Horses, Comanche, Okla.; Daube Cattle Co., Ardmore, Okla.; and Gardiner Angus Ranch, Ashland, Kan., will offer a tremendous cutting horse mare, Little Lindas Dually, for sale at the Western Bloodstock Sale, December 8-13, Fort Worth, Texas. One-hundred percent of the proceeds from the sale of Little Lindas Dually will be donated to the WRCF. Little Lindas Dually (Dual Pep X Smart Little Linda) has earned her place in the cutting horse world with a stellar pedigree of proven, high stakes winners. She sells bred to the 2011 Open World Champion, Bet Hesa Cat, the only stallion from a High Brow Cat X Bet Yer Blue Boons mating. The Bet Hesa Cat breeding was donated by Austin Shepard, Shepard Cutting Horses, Summerdale, Ala. This worthy cause offers an opportunity to purchase a tremendous cutting horse mare bred to one of the most important stallions in a generation while partnering up to benefit the WRCF. The Working Ranch Cowboys Association (WRCA) was founded in 1995 to promote ranching on a national level and preserve the lifestyle of the ranch cowboy. Preserving that lifestyle means reaching out to those in need during difficult times. Aspiring doctors, veterinarians, teachers, and ranch managers of tomorrow often need assistance. Cowboys and their families often do not have the benefits of health insurance or workers compensation and need assistance making ends meet when disease, injury or hardship strike. In 2001, WRCA formed the WRCF, a 501(c)(3) organization, honored to help hard working cowboys and their immediate family members. Each year, the WRCF awards scholarships and assists numerous families through the Crisis Fund. The WRCA/WRCF is nearing the 2 million dollar in assistance to the working ranch cowboy and their immediate family for continued education and crisis situations. For more information about the WRCA and the WRCF, visit www.wrca.org. For more information about the mare selling, contact Mark Gardiner, (620) 635-5095 or email him at [email protected].