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November 22th, 2008
~ Annual Meeting ~


Time: 2:00 pm, Saturday

Location: Golden Corral
1405 West Will Rogers Blvd
Claremore, OK 74017


* Map to the Place *

Agenda

Election of 2009 Officers
Membership Appreciation Awards
Adam Chronister Award
Year End Awards
Food, Fun and Fellowship

For Additional Information, Contact:
Dedra Tiger, 918-284-6144, tiger19511@yahoo.com
Carol Johnson, 918-543-2574, appy2@tds.net



:: October 4, 2008 ::
National Championship
Appaloosa Endurance Ride

Visit The Appaloosa Horse Club web site


Change in Ride Location!

Because of an unforseen problem with Oolagah Lake and Corps of Engineers, the trails are now underwater. On Sept 24th, the ride was moved to Lake Carl Blackwell in Stillwater, OK. Susan Young notified us of the situation and gave the following information:

Everything is good to go. There is a new campground with more electric hook-ups! Please tell everyone you talk to to go directly to the Lake store (go straight on the Lake road) to pay for camping. First come, first serve. After they've paid, they can make a U-turn and come back to the camp ground.

LOCATION: Lake Carl Blackwell is located 8 miles west of Stillwater, OK. From I-35 take exit 174 (Hwy 51) east 8 miles then go north on Hwy 51C (entrance to Lake). Go 2 miles to Lake store to pay for camping then return 1 mile to equestrian camp.

CAMP: The equestrian camp has drinking water available for horses and people at hydrants located throughout the camp. It is a large campground with limited electrical sites available. Please do not tie equines to the tress of put pens around the trees in camp; there are poles for picketing. Pens are allowed; space is limited. No alcohol allowed in camp or on trail. Dogs must be on a leash.

TRAILS: The trails at LCB vary from flat and open to woods with several creek crossings, dirt roads and hills with little rock. Shoes not required but are recommended. All vet checks in camp.

Sooner ApHC is honored to host this event.

For additional information, contact:
Gerry Lukacik: 918-686-0292 / glukacik@msn.com



September 20th, 2008
General Membership Meeting


Time: 2:00 pm, Saturday
Location: Ollies Station Restaurant, Tulsa, OK


** Visit Ollies for Menu and Pricing **


Agenda

Appaloosa Celebration Wrapup
AERC/ApHC Distance Ride progress
Candidates For Office Bios
Exemplary Club entry progress/needs
Youth program
2009 Stallion Program
The restaurant is located in historic West Tulsa and
is easy to reach from I-244, I-44 or Highway 75.
Additional parking can be found across the street
from Ollies on the curb of the store fronts
Use the maps below:

* Map 1 *   * Map 2 *

For Additional Information, Contact:
Dedra Tiger, 918-284-6144, tiger19511@yahoo.com
Carol Johnson, 918-543-2574, appy2@tds.net



:: August 8-10, 2008 ::
Color Breed Show
Held in conjunction with
Visit The Reichert Celebration web site

4 Judges
Click on judge's name for cards
held in addition to ApHC

Debra JarvisClay Cavinder,
Judy Wright  Jim Isley

Sponsored by: Sooner ApHC


** Co-Pointing Clubs **
Click on club name to visit their site
Gulf Coast ApHC, Conroe, TX
Shaun-Gae ApHC, Stevinson, CA
Dixieland ApHC, New Market, AL
Ohio Valley Appaloosa Assoc., Marysville, OH

ApHC Class Showcase:
Open Heritage - Rope Race
Saturday, August 9th, 7:00 pm
In the Main Arena
Stumps and Stakes classes will be run
"horse against horse" in every age bracket
(Exception for Walk/Trot classes)


This is NOT an ordinary breed show!
Rosette ribbons will be awarded for 1st to 6th place in every class.
Prizes awarded through 10th place.
1st place class winners will receive a special Reichert award.
NO exhibitor will leave the show pen empty handed.
Fun and Free exhibitor activities held every day.
Lucky Exhibitor drawings held throughout the show!


Want to show in the Heritage class?
Click here to find out how!


Location: Tulsa State Fairgrounds, Tulsa, OK
Newly renovated, World Class equine show facility
* Interactive map of the Expo Complex *


** Color Breed Showbill **


Check the
Reichert Celebration site
for Stall Reservation and Entry Forms


Put this show on your 2008 calendar, today!

For additional information, contact:
Dedra Tiger: 918-284-6144 / tiger19511@yahoo.com,
Carol Johson: 918-543-2574 / appy2@tds.net or
Gerry Lukacik: 918-686-0292 / glukacik@msn.com



:: June 15-21, 2008 ::
All American Appaloosa Congress


All American Appaloosa Congress

Judges: Bill Englund, Mike Perkins, Mike Short, LeAnne Williams

Sponsored by Gulf Coast ApHC of Texas
Co-Pointed by Sooner ApHC of Oklahoma

Location: Hardy Murphy Coliseum, Ardmore, OK


Hardy Murphy Coliseum Web Site

Host Hotel: Comfort Inn of Ardmore
Contact Garrett Mays at 580-226-1250 to reserve your room.
Pets Allowed
Be sure and ask for the horse show rate ($68)!

For additional information, contact:
Carla Peacock: 540-840-1960 / Carla@allamericanappaloosacongress.com or
Holly Brawner: 405-517-9111 / Holly@allamericanappaloosacongress.com

For stall reservations, contact:
Stalls@AllAmericanAppaloosaCongress.com

We invite everyone to sponsor one AAAC class!
Check out the different sponsorship levels here
Visit the AAAC site for available classes
Print out the Sponsorship Form here



April 19th, 2008
General Membership Meeting


Time: 2:30 pm, Saturday
Location: Ollies Station Restaurant, Tulsa, OK


** Visit Ollies for Menu and Pricing **


Agenda

Appaloosa Celebration Sponsorships
Appaloosa Celebration show workers
Appaloosa Celebration Programs - Youth
Appaloosa Celebration program book ads
Youth awards
Youth programs
AYA awards
AYA scholarships
Year End Awards
2009 Stallion Program
The restaurant is located in historic West Tulsa and
is easy to reach from I-244, I-44 or Highway 75.
Additional parking can be found across the street
from Ollies on the curb of the store fronts
Use the maps below:

* Map 1 *   * Map 2 *

For Additional Information, Contact:
Dedra Tiger, 918-284-6144, tiger19511@yahoo.com
Carol Johnson, 918-543-2574, appy2@inola.tds.net



March 7, 8 and 9, 2008

HorseFest in Missouri

Time: 8:30 am to 5:00 pm daily
Location: Missouri Entertainment & Event Center
Ozark Empire Fairgrounds
Springfield, Missouri


For complete information
** Visit the HorseFest site **


Special Events: 2 John Lyons Clinics

John Lyons, Americaísmost trusted horseman will headline the four go-round of HorseFest, a three-day equine extravaganza guaranteed to deliver a leg-up to horse professionals and hobbyists alike.

Lyons will share his horse sense and expertise in two clinics each day as well as participating in Cowboy Church services on Sunday morning. Joining Lyons will be other nationally known clinicians as well as Fridayís horse judging clinic by Northeastern Oklahoma A&M Equine Judging Team Coach Shannon Cunningham, the HorseFest Shootout invitational cowboy mounted shooting contest on Friday and Saturday and many other educational and entertainment features.

And donít miss out on our world-class trade show with hundreds of exhibits featuring just about every equine-related product imaginable.

For Additional Information, Contact:
Missouri Entertainment & Event Center ~ (417) 833-2660
FARM TALK Publishing ~ (620) 421-9450



February 16, 2008
OSU Horse Judging School


Oklahoma State University

Time: 8:15 am, Saturday
Location: OSU Animal Science Arena, Stillwater, OK


** Check Page 22 of our January Newsletter for entry form **


This annual one-day school is for anyone with an interest in developing horse judging and horsemanship skills. The day will start with small group workshops for youth and adults with interest in building competitive judging team experience and oral reason skills. Instruction on evaluating halter, horsemanship and trail classes will follow with evaluation of horses and video.

Dr. Steve Cooper, OSU Horse Program Leader and AQHA Judge, members of past OSU Intercollegiate Horse Judging Team, Meriruth Cohenour, Pinto Horse Association of America and other representatives from horse associations are scheduled to provide instruction.

To receive pre-registration rate, enrollments with fees
must be received by Friday, February 8th!


For Additional Information, Contact:
Dr. David Freeman's office, 405-744-6058



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