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February meeting, AMHA convention, shows, and more...

posted Feb 14, 2011, 9:36 PM by Leslie Potter   [ updated Feb 14, 2011, 9:42 PM ]
Next Meeting . . . February 19, 2010
 
The next meeting of the BMHA will be on Saturday, February 19, 2010 at the Scott County Extension Office, Georgetown, KY . . . 6:30 pm.  We'll have a potluck dinner and our meeting.  Also, if anyone has any magazines that they would like to "exchange," please bring them along.  Hope to see you there! 
 
 
Congratulations to our 2010 Morgan Promoters!
 
The BMHA would like to congratulate Tanner Coy Cosby and Leslie Potter as recipients of the 2010 AMHA Promoter Awards!  The BMHA Officers nominated Tanner and Leslie for their contributions to the Club and the Morgan Horse in 2010.  The AMHA will honor them on February 24 at the Annual Awards Luncheon.  And, we will be honoring them at an upcoming meeting.  To see the announcement from the AMHA, please visit:  http://www.morganhorse.com/news_events/latest_news/masters_promoters_10/
 
 
Upcoming Event - SAHIBA Show - March 12-13, 2010
 
The SAHIBA Club is holding its annual spring show on March 12-13, 2010 in Shelbyville, Kentucky.  They are offering  Morgan Hunt Seat and Morgan Saddle Seat classes.  Please visit http://www.sahiba.org/events.htm for the prize list and more information.  Hope you can attend! 
 
 
Get Well Wishes
Everyone at the BMHA sends "get well" wishes to our member, Elaine Stephenson, who is recovering from a broken hip.  Hope you're back in the saddle soon, Elaine! 
 
 
Deepest Sympathies
The BMHA sends our deepest sympathies to our member, Stan Doerting, on the passing of his beloved wife, Mickey, on February 10.  We are so sorry for your loss, Stan. 
 
Deepest sympathies are also being sent to our members, Sam and Carroll Halter and Robert McFarland, on the loss of their beloved stallion, Primavera El Cisco.  Cisco was 30 years old and spent nearly his entire life with the Halter family.  He was one wonderful horse and is missed very much. 
 
 
In Our Thoughts . . . Morgan Friends
Please keep our friend, Rob Wilson of Shamrock Morgan Farm, in your thoughts and prayers as he battles a serious illness.  Rob has been a Morgan breeder and trainer in central Kentucky for decades.  Best wishes, Rob. 
 
Also, please keep our friend, Karen Homer-Brown, in your thoughts and prayers.  She, too, is battling a serious illness.  Karen is a long-time Morgan owner and respected USEF-licensed judge; and, a lovely lady.  Get well soon, Karen.

--Kathie
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