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28/ JUNE 2010 THE RIDER Eastern Ontario Quarter Horse Association


2010 Executive & Board of Directors President: Cheryl Norris, 613-284-1566, snappysdevil@aol.com Vice President: Gilles Seguin, 613-488-2300, GillesP.Seguin@cra-arc.gc.ca Secretary: Sheryl Chillson (613) 348-3906, Corner-stone@sympatico.ca Past President: Shawna Crawford, 613-913-7262, crawfordqh@gmail.com Treasurer: Dianne Runtz (613) 623-3540, dianner13@hotmail.com


SPONSORS: Ron & Cobie Wakely


Bill & Cathy Cox


EOQHA News


Show season is now under- way and we’ve all had a chance to dust the remnants of winter off and see if all the work we’ve done with our horses over the winter has paid off. It’s also given us the chance to socialize a little with friends we haven’t seen since last summer.


At our annual banquet good company, food and drink all got together to honour those who won awards and high points last year. Check out our website, www.eoqha.com to see who won and for what. The banquet also gave us the occasion to honour some outstanding individuals for the hard work and extra effort that they’ve taken to support our club.


“She is a person who would go to any length to help you out. No matter the job - or what was needed to be done. Help never had to be asked for, she was always there. She goes an extra mile and demonstrates team work.”


The Bill Borland Award, which is donated by the Hitsman family to the person who goes that extra mile, is always willing to help and demonstrates excep- tional team work and spirit, was awarded to: Marlene Goldsmith. The Awards Committee described Marlene this way:


The Goodwill Award, goes to the person who contributes willingly and unasked in any way they can to assist the club. This year’s recipient is: Sherry Newbigging. The Awards Com- mittee explained why Sherry had been chosen: “Even though she wasn’t riding, )she was only showing halter and showman- ship), she helped to set up our trail courses, helped out with the golf cart trail, fixed up the trail obstacles that got moved and generally helped out anywhere she could. She really didn’t have to travel all the way up here, but she did, because she supports our club and has fun here, so she was nominated because of the volunteer effort she put into our club, without being asked to do so.” -----------


The EOQHA Hall of Fame also received a new inductee. Murray Whiticar, this year’s


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Directors: Mary Lou Spaull, 613-623-7608, syarmo@aol.com Debbie Haughton, 613-488-2300


Doug MacDougall, 819-647-5373, jjaneymac295@hotmail.com Jane MacDougall, 819-647-5373, jjaneymac295@hotmail.com Len Hitsman, 613-258-2890, LenHitsman@aol.com Sheila Rondeau Erica Neville


Stephanie Burns Leslie Uens


Laurie Haughton Tracey Pierce


Embroid-Me Scott & Linda Berwick


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Novice Amateur shows and wraps up with two back to back double judged shows. Mark July 28th to August 2nd in your calendars as you won’t want to miss out on the fun!


inductee to the Hall of Fame was active in the formation of EOQHA, was the 2nd executive President in 1982, and is current- ly a life member.


Way back, Murray Whiticar ran 16 AQHA shows in various locations in the Ottawa valley including 10 at the origi- nal Dwyer Hill farms, 1 in Man- otick, 2 in Carp, 1 in Lands- downe, 1 in Hawkesbury and 1 at the Central Canada Exhibi- tion.


Sherry Newbigging. Photo by River Bend Designs own EOQHA shows.


EOQHA Summer Sizzler also offers prize monies for dif- ferent National Snaffle Bit Association sanctioned classes. Participants to Summer Sizzler are offered opportunities for payback in NSBA Hunt Seat and Western Pleasure classes. EOQHA innovates once again with the $1000 dollars prize monies in the NSBA Trail


Murray has spent many hours, at on the Executive of many different Associations, fairs, and shows doing his part to make sure there would always be horse shows there for others to enjoy. -----------


Challenge at the Summer Siz- zler. The NSBA participants will also be eligible for the NSBA Incentive Fund which pays close $100 per point earned. Note that all of these classes are sanctioned by AQHA, OQHA and NSBA an opportunity for multiple points. Come and be part of the fun in making these events the biggest in Ontario especially the NSBA Trail Challenge.


Make sure you book your stalls now, this show always sells out yearly. See you in Carp for the Summer Sizzler!


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He bought his first Quarter horse “Mikes King Boy”, a grandson of King P234 from Jim Senos in the late 60’s and showed him successfully with the Ottawa Valley Western Horse Association in Reining and Western Riding. He active- ly shown in AQHA shows as well, twice qualified for the World Show in reining with Ria Clymer, and was Ontario’s High Point Amateur in Pleasure Driv- ing one year with Bar Bob Mis- sile.


OQHA NEWS - Continued from page 27 Marlene Goldsmith. Photo by River Bend Designs


All Breed Slot Classes offered:


_ Open 4 yo and under Hunter Under Saddle _ Open 4 yo and under Western Pleasure _ Open All Sex Yearling Halter Class _ Non-Pro all age Hunter Under Saddle _ Non-Pro all age Western Pleasure


Limited to 20 slots per class. Open Slots: $250 Non-Pro Slots: $150


Performance Slots can be purchased up until July 4th, 2010 with a $100 penalty up to 10am Saturday September 11, 2010 if slots are still available. Horses can be named up until 10am Sat- urday Sept 11, 2010. Classes will be jackpotted (10% of entry fee withheld for administration), 5 Judges to be selected by slot own- ers day of show.


Murray is currently an active member of the National Reining Horse Association and the Quebec Reining Horse Asso- ciation, where he has won sever- al NRHA pewter trophies in Limited Non-pro and Novice Horse Non-pro Reining. Murray is still be seen competing at our


11, 2010. Classes will be jackpotted (10% of entry fee withheld for administration), 5 Judges to be selected by slot owners day of show. Complete rules and slot entry forms can be found at www.oqha.on.ca/futurity/futurity.html To purchase a slot, please contact Sharon Hammer at sharonhammer@rogers.com or 519- 656-1093


With the banquet and first shows behind us, it is time to focus on our last and biggest circuit of the year. The Sum- mer Sizzler starts off with a special events day, followed by one of the country’s largest all


Murray Whiticar. Photo by River Bend Designs


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Halter Slots can be purchased up until July 4th, 2010 with a $100 penalty up to 8 am Saturday September 11, 2010 if slots are still available. Horses can be named up until 8am Saturday Sept


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