JUNE 2010 THE RIDER /29 2010 Area 3 Quarter Horse Promotional Club
Secretary: Michelle Lemieux, email@example.com
Treasurer/ Stall Bookings/ Show Co-ordinator/Memberships: Valerie Love, 2494 Taunton Rd, P.O. Box 4, Hampton, ON LOB 1J0, home: 905-263-8158, Fax: 905-263-2856, VLove@sympatico.ca
2008 BOARD OF DIRECTORS Position/ Name/ Address/ Phone #/ Email President: Corey Taylor, 25 Britton Court, Wasaga Beach, ON, L9Z 1C1, 705-429-9390, firstname.lastname@example.org
1st Vice President: Jessica Mosley-Cairncross, 29 Concession 5 West, Wyevale, ON L0L 2T0, 705-322-5795, email@example.com
Area 3 Points/: Lynn Riley, 28 Old Mill Drive, Toronto, ON M6S 4J9, 416-760-8723, firstname.lastname@example.org
Website: Jodi Mallette, 44 Sutter Ave., Brampton, ON L6Z 1G7, 905-846-9309, email@example.com
Newsletter Director/ Commercial Co-ordinator: Judy Gill, 211 Hunter St. E., #407, Peterborough, ON K9H 7B5 705-874-2239, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Area 3 Promotional Club News
Come join the celebration! SUMMERAMA!
Come celebrate Summeramas 25th Anniversary with the Area3 Promotional Club in Palgrave,Ontario July 1-4. There will be a Wine and Cheese Exhibitors reception, bareback equitation and horsemanship fun class with payback, money added to several AQHA classes as well as draws, circuit awards, hi point awards and NSBA classes.
Summerama offers 4 split/combined AQHA shows as well as NSBA dual approved classes. Summerama is an AQHA,OQHA and Area3 point approved, multi judged show with a multi ring for- mat. At Summerama there is an Adult Walk/Jog Division as well as the Step Up Program.
Area3 Promotional Club is proud to have Holman Photograghy with draws for 8x10 photos as well as Circle R Saddlery and Longhorn Leather joining us again this year.
Early move in times available June 29 from 1:00 to 7:00 PM, you must notify
Val in advance at email@example.com
. Be sure to check the website for all forms, class lists, locations, contacts and details. www.area3.ca
Area 3 Spring Classic
The 2010 Spring Classic Quarter Horse Show had its best year ever this past May long weekend! The outstanding warm weather allowed exhibitors to show out- side for the first time in over 5 years, alternating between two show rings, which helped the show itself run smoothly and had all scheduled classes completed before dark. We thank the Orangeville Agricultural Society for adding new struc- tures to their existing facility including a new barn, warm up rings, parking and a great sound system all courtesy of the fan- tastic site facilitator Mr. Scott Armstrong.
A sincere thank you to all of our Area 3 staff and volunteers for their continued assistance and support including: Jean Walker, Becky Trudeau, Megan Patter- son, Theresa Watts, Ken McLellan, Jessi- ca Mosley Cairncross, Corey Taylor, Beth & Brittany White, and Leslie Ellins. We also thank all of the exhibitors for making this Area 3’s best show yet!
Sincerely, Valerie Love
Also we would like to thank Cheri Woodrow and the Area3 youth for putting on a fantastic pasta dinner with salads,rolls and desserts! The dinner was very well attended,thanks to those who supported our youth by purchasing tickets as well as the volunteers and those who made donations.
Area 3 Show Dates
Spring Classic- May 21-24, Orangeville Teeh Ranch- June 18-20, Orangeville Summerama- July 1-4 2010, Palgrave 25th Anniversary All Novice Show- August 13, New location, Orangeville Summer Circuit-August 14-15. New location, Orangeville
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R. Peter Heffering, of Port Perry, Ont., has a tremendous list of accomplish- ments in the Standardbred industry. He has found his way to the winner’s circle for many of the sport’s premier stakes events and he’s campaigned many notable horses including Precious Bunny, a win- ner of over $2 million and a member of the Hall of Fame. In 1996, Heffering and his son David opened Tara Hills Stud Farm in Port Perry, Ont., and it has risen to become one of the most successful stal- lion stations in Canada. Heffering has bred such top level horses as Bunny Lake, a winner of over $3 million and Precious Delight, a winner of over $1.3 million. Heffering has also served on numerous organizations in the Standardbred indus- try, such as the Board of Directors of
Standardbred Canada, Woodbine Enter- tainment Group and the Hambletonian Society.
The Worthy Bowl trotter A Worthy Lad was undefeated in his racing career of 30 starts and earned over $446,000 while dominating Ontario Sires Stakes events. He also sired winners of $2.5 million from 43 foals. A Worthy Lad was bred by Dr. Joseph Johnston of Oldcastle, Ont., and Ross Johnston of Sombra, Ont., and was owned during his racing career by Dr. Johnston before being shipped overseas to Sweden where he was sold.
Age: 17 Director: Tracey Dinely, RR #3, 8180 Conc. #2, Mount Albert, ON L0G 1M0
2008 NON DIRECTOR CO-ORDINATORS Memberships: Leslie Riley, PO Box 463, Schomberg, ON L0G 1T0, 905-939-8499, d.ph
Sponsorships: Shannon Cairncross Griffin, 2486 South Orr Lake Rd., Elmvale, ON L0L1P0, 705-322-6640, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Sponsorships: Tracey Dinely, email@example.com
Youth Advisor: Brenda Lennox, 117 Tait, Fergus, ON N1M 3P5, 519-843-6450, firstname.lastname@example.org
Show Manager: Ken McLellan, 519-289-5526, email@example.com
Youth Spotlight: Courtney Bishop
Horse you are showing this year: Royal Good Fortune (aka Phoenix). I just purchased him this year he’s my first horse of my own!
Coach: Jodi Mallette
Class(es) You Are Showing In: Novice youth Hunter Under Saddle, Equitation, Horsemanship, Trail, Western Pleasure, Showmanship. My favorites are Hunter Under Saddle and Trail!
Favourite Song: Tim McGraw- My Little Girl Favourite Movie: The Notebook Favourite food: Caesar salad
Biggest Achievement: I have had many achievements that I am proud of but I don’t have one that stands out the most. Some of them are receiving the Athletic Award in Grade 8 at my elementary school, receiving my stan- dard bred license, and achieving high marks in school.
Favourite Aspect of Your Horse: His personality! He can be a huge brat and not many people like him because he’s bad- but I love it. Also, the fact of thinking that when he was born his owner, Donna Reid, at the time was told to put him down cause he would never make it but she didn’t, and now he is the best horse in the world to me and makes a great show horse for me!
Why I show: This is my first year showing Area 3 all summer so it should be a great time and I can’t wait! I showed at Summer Circuit last year and had so much fun and it made me decide I would like to do it all summer this year with my own horse.
Future goals: I’m in grade 11 now, and I am taking course that will help me get into Guelph Univer- sity after my Grade 12 year. I would like to enroll in there veterinary medicines course there. I have wanted to be a large ani- mal vet since I was 4 years old and would still
like to pursue that career some day. I have been around horses since the day I was born because of my dad being in the standard bred business and I love every part of them!
Good Luck to Courtney and Phoenix showing in their first year together!
These six horses and four people will be honoured at the Canadian Horse Racing Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony on Thursday, August 19, 2010 at the Mis- sissauga Convention Centre. For Ticket information to the Induction Ceremony and Gala Fundraising Dinner contact 2010 Event Co-ordinator Stacie Roberts at 416-230-5190 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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