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Powell Inducted Into 4-H Hall Of Fame Ben Powell, former Tennessee State 4-H Leader, was recently inducted into the National 4-H Hall of Fame. The induction ceremony took place during the National 4-H...
2002/07/24
Sizing Up The CompetitionSpring 2002 Private Sales Report Top Sellers of $80,000 And $72,000 American Miniature Horses Growing' The Equine Industry American Miniature Horses are big bus...
2002/07/24
ALEN's COAT OF COLOR Top Seller At Shelbyville ALEN's COAT OF COLOR was the top selling horse at the Tony Neill May sale at Shelbyville Farms. Owned by Tony and Craig Neill, the horse sold t...
2002/07/24
Ed And Martha Wright Barrel Clinic Oct. 5 & 6 In Martin by Nancy McKenzie and Tiffinie Mosley Searching for the best barrel horse trainers in the business? Well, look no further. Ed and Martha Wright ...
2002/06/12
Coleman Takes Over PBR At Grand Rapids, But Stays Humble by Sheila Totten "It's about time", crowed young gun Ross Coleman when he won the PBR Grand Rapids event. Coleman, 23, earned &#...
2002/06/12
Nine UT Martin Rodeo Team Members Earn Spots In National Finals The University of Tennessee at Martin rodeo team is taking nine members to the College National Finals Rodeo (CNFR) this month in Casper...
2002/06/12
Jones Named First Rodeo Coach At Troy State, Alabama Rick Jones, a 24-year veteran of national rodeo competition, has been named as Troy State's first rodeo coach. Jones, a native of Mineral Poin...
2002/06/12
Ty Murray Retires From Rodeo Circuit After 14 Years During his 14-year career, Ty Murray, the PRCA's only seven-time world all-around champion, left an indelible mark on the sport of professional rode...
2002/06/12
Tennessee's Keller Selected To Compete For U.S. At Youth World Cup Sixteen teams are preparing for their trip to the United States for the 2002 American Quarter Horse Youth World Cup Competition...
2002/06/12
25th Annual Tom Boyd Memorial Ride A Great Success Friendships renewed, old acquaintances reintroduced, and perfect riding weather combined to make the 25th Annual Tom Boyd Memorial Ride at Natchez Tr...
2002/06/12
Big Sandy Trail Ride Under New Ownership The Big Sandy Trail Ride is now owned and operated by Art and Beverly Howell of the National Trail Ride Association of Gadsden, Alabama. They are moving their ...
2002/06/12
Memphis Area EMS Get Hands On Equine Training by Tom Burriss Sometimes, accidents do happen. If you own horses you know this much is true. When you are among other horse people, the danger is more e...
2002/06/12
2002 Tommy Cain Memorial Trial Ride A Great Success by Larry Spencer The Tommy Cain Memorial Trial Ride was held on April 26-28 raising over $7,000.00 for the Vanderbilt Heart Research Foundation...
2002/06/12
New Tennessee Donkey Club Started A new club has been formed in TN -- the Tennessee Donkey ASSociation. It was founded by approximately 12 donkey owners and is open to anyone that owns any size donk...
2002/06/12
Tennessee Artist Captures Heartstrings And More On the cover of this month's Mid-South Horse Review is the artistry of Sherrie Engler from Jackson, Tennessee. Every Little Girl's Dream, one...
2002/06/12
Commorate Someone With A Brick On The Wall Of Honor The newly named American Quarter Horse Foundation Executive Director Gary Carpenter recently announced a new plan for the Wall of Honor surrounding ...
2002/06/12
Nichols Closing In On Destination Thoroughbred trainer Les Nichols continues his noble effort to raise funds to help support those who have paid the highest price as a result of the 9/11 terrorist att...
2002/06/12
Blaze Takes Overton Tack Shop And Barn by Tom Burriss Horse and tack salesman Larry Overton recently had tragedy strike in the form of fire. On May 23, at 9p.m. a fire consumed Overton's 64 by 4...
2002/06/12
10 Tips For Preventing Colic submitted by The American Association of Equine Practitioners, Lexington, Kentucky The number one killer of horses is colic. Colic is not a disease, but rather a combinati...
2002/06/12
Miss. Trail Riding Club The Traildusters Riding Club is an organization dedicated to trail riding. They attempt to have a trail ride every weekend. The club meets every second Tuesday night at 7 p.m. ...
2002/06/12
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