The Appaloosa Youth Association (AYA) and the Appaloosa Horse Club (ApHC) would like to congratulate the Appalachian Appaloosa Association (AAA) Youth Club for winning the 2009 Regional Youth Club of the Year contest!
Circle Y Saddles, America’s Leading Saddle Brand, is proud to sponsor PacWest Barrel Racing Association.
“Circle Y has always been a leader in the barrel racing discipline. We were looking for an aggressive organization to team up with, and we found it with PacWest,” said Mark Jemelka, general manager of Circle Y Saddles.
Megan McLeod, of Star, Idaho, makes an impression on you the first time you meet her. This barrel racer wears a happy, smiling face most every day. After several qualifications to the Wilderness Circuit Finals, the Dodge National Circuit Finals and the Tour Finales, McLeod has established her name in the barrel racing industry.
Carolyn Richens’ once-in-a-lifetime horse, Monas Little Guy, better known as Moses, has not only given her years of affection and joy, he also gave her a new lease on life.
Producer, mother and horse trainer Lynn Kohr talks about her husband’s deployment in the Army National Guard, training with her kids and teamwork.
Although there are many different styles in barrel racing, some common habits seem to run true among all great riders.
Van E. Snow, DVM, 58, from Santa Ynez, Calif., was killed Tuesday, April 8, when a small plane he was piloting crashed near a desert airstrip in Borrego Springs in the far northeastern reaches of San Diego County.
Responding to the mounting rumors swirling around the Internet about where she and her champion barrel horse, Hempen Streak (“Maverick”), have been, former NFR qualifier Terra Bynum has informed Barrel Horse News that Maverick will be out of action for most of the rest of 2010 due to complications from a pair of left stifle injuries.