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22/ FEBRUARY 2012 THE RIDER 2011 Area 3 Quarter Horse Promotional Club


Position/ Name/ Address/ Phone #/ Email President: Corey Taylor, 25 Britton Court, Wasaga Beach, ON, L9Z 1C1, 705-429-9390, rtaylor008@rogers.com 1st Vice President: Jessica Mosley-Cairncross, 29 Concession 5 West, Wyevale, ON L0L 2T0, 705-322-5795, mosleyjessica@hotmail.com


www.area3.ca


Area 3 News The Area 3


Promotional Club


wants YOU!!!!! Area 3 offers sponsors many benefits to donating to the club. To check out the com- plete sponsor program got to www.area3.ca.


A new feature for our Plat- inum & Corporate level spon- sors to have banner ads on selected pages on our website.


Past Sponsors:


Our sponsorship committee is hard at work reaching out to sponsors new & old. If you notice that your business card is


Secretary: Michelle Lemieux, mlemieux58@rogers.com


no longer on-line and you would like to continue to spon- sor the club...please feel free to contact us at WWW.AREA3.CA and we will get your business information back up on the website a.s.a.p.! We are encouraging every- one to consider contributing to their club by becoming a MEMBER, SPONSOR, VOL- UNTEER or DIRECTOR. There are many ways that you can help as an individual, group or business. Each contribution, large or small helps the club to continue to offer all we can to our members. Whether you own a Quarter Horse, show or not you are welcome to be a part of the Area 3 Club and our awesome shows! There is always a need for members new and old to take action to sup-


port and promote the club. I encourage all members to try to obtain at least one new member or sponsor, by doing this we will continue to see Area 3 thrive and grow. The success of the club is because of every effort made by its members. Complete information and con- tacts can be found at WWW.AREA3.CA. A huge thank you goes out to all our loyal members, volunteers and sponsors over the years. Your support is greatly appreciated. The Area 3 Promotional Club offers an amazing show experience. We offer excep- tional facilities, great competi- tion, beautiful awards and prizes and AQHA points in many divisions. We work hard to make it worth your while to show in Area 3. We are always


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


Website: Jodi Mallette, 44 Sutter Ave., Brampton, ON L6Z 1G7, 905-846-9309, jodi@jmquarterhorses.ca Newsletter Director/ Commercial Co-ordinator: Judy Gill, 70 Hunter St. E., #4, Peterborough, ON K9H 1G5, 705-874-2239, email: simpleyshowsupplies@hotmail.com


Director: Tracey Dinely, RR #3, 8180 Conc. #2, Mount Albert, ON L0G 1M0, clandara@telus.blackberry.net


striving to give you the best show experience possible. Changes such as the All-In- One-Fee, Green as Grass and Walk-Trot/Jog divisions and an extension to Summerama are some of the many ways to improve your horse shows. So come on out and join us in 2012 and see what Area 3 has in store for you!


ALL IN ONE FEE


NSBA Dual Approved Classes at all shows*


Small Fry 11 & Under Division (replaces Walk Jog/Trot) All ages Walk Jog/Trot Divi- sion (ages 12 & up)


High Point Awards for all Divi- sions at each show


SPRING CLASSIC MAY 18-21, 2012


Orangeville Fairgrounds Coffee & Donuts each morning Pasta Dinner


SUMMERAMA JUNE 29-JULY 3


Caledon Equestrian Park, Pal- grave


July 1 - Halter & Reining *shown to all 4 judges at once* plus Special Event Classes & Exhibitor Social


AREA 3 ALL NOVICE SHOW & SUMMER CIR- CUIT


AUGUST 10, 11 & 12, 2012 Orangeville Fairgrounds


Check back as we have more details on our final show in 2012!


For show bills visit www.area3.ca


*Area 3 is pleased to announce the addition of Dual Approved NSBA Classes to all of the Area 3 shows. NSBA is now offering a dual approved program for pat- tern classes. And NSBA offers incentive fund payouts. For more information on NSBA please see their website - www.nsba.com


Youth World Cup Continued from Page 19


Horse show in 2006, entering the Grassroots classes. Although she has had the chance to ride many horses, it was not until 2008 that she was able to get her first Quarter Horse and has been showing it since. Brittany has won sportsmanship awards with SQHA, was highpoint Grassroots youth, SHF Heritage Circuit reserve champion in Western, champion in English, and was western and English champion in the Youth Equestrian Tournament Mane Meltdown. This is Brittany’s last year as a youth exhibitor, but it is only the beginning of her future endeavours. Brittany spends much of her “non-horse” time volunteering in her community. She helps out with the local 4-H club, plays piano and is a Ukrainian dancer; tal- ents she enjoys using to help entertain the people at her town’s inte- grated Care Centre, she helps instruct young Ukrainian dancers, is part of her school student council, and is a referee for volleyball games. Brittany is thrilled to bring her skills and enthusiasm to Ger- many as Team Canada in such a prestigious event.


Team Canada Coach Della Cry- derman has been breeding, training and showing Quarter Horses for over thirty years and presently owns and operates a equine training facility. Her focus for Cryderman Training Stables is to pre- pare horses and their exhibitors for national and international competition. While the majority of the horse/rider combinations that she coaches show American Quarter Horse circuits, she also coaches several dressage and jumping horses/riders. Cryderman has travelled and shared her knowledge with riders who have committed to fur- thering their skills, and given many clinics ranging from first time riders to


numerous youth and amateurs who became AQHA Superior Award winners, AQHA Champions, AQHA Versatility Champions, All- American Congress and AQHA World Show finalists. Cryderman’s daughter, Jessie Godin was a gold-medalist member of Team Cana- da while competing at the Youth World Cup hosted by Australia in 2004. Cryderman served as President of the Thunder Bay Quarter Horse Club for 15 years and as President of the North Superior Quarter Horse Council for 10 years.


Team Canada Manager Karen Westerback has been involved with Quarter Horses for approximately 20 years and competes as an ama- teur on AQHA show circuits in Canada and the U.S. She has achieved two AQHA Amateur Superior Awards and is an AQHA Amateur Champion. Westerback is employed as a Youth Services resi- dential worker for youth who are at risk with the law, helping to devel- op therapeutic plans for release from custody. She has served her local Quarter Horse associations


over the years as Secretary, Vice-President and Youth Advisor, and has been actively involved in major fund-raising events and orga- nizing. In the past year, she has acquired a new role as a ring stew- ard for several large AQHA show circuits including the Minnesota Corporate Challenge and the Bob Yanz Masters.


For more information regarding the Canadian Quarter Horse Association, including Team Canada’s participation at the 2012 AQHA Youth World Cup, visit the CQHA web site: www.cqha.ca and check out the Youth World Cup links.


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