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Bayer Select All-Around Amateur to win Sooner Trailer

AQHA Press Release


Amarillo, Texas – AQHA Corporate Partner Sooner Trailer announced today that it will award a three-horse Sooner Equine Gooseneck trailer to the 2004 Bayer Select All-Around Amateur. This special award trailer has a four-foot dressing room with a saddle rack and bridle hooks, a folding rear feed room, a spare tire with aluminum wheel, a stainless nose wrap and 200-pound maintenance-free Nev-R-Lube axles.

In addition to the standard features on the trailer, the Bayer Select All-Around Amateur will enjoy a rivet-less, smooth-side exterior with graphics package, aluminum wheels, a white painted top rail and roof, and award recognition lettering.

First awarded in 1993 at the AQHA World Championship Show in Oklahoma City, the All-Around Amateur award honors the top amateur horse and rider duo entered in three or more events during the show. Much like the World Show, the 2004 Bayer Select World Show has 24 fierce teams eager to capture the Select All-Around Amateur title, and they are:

Kathy Baldwin - A Blazing Hot Glow
Pamela Keefer - A Secret In Time
Diane Pilant - A Stroke Ahead
Jean Swiss - After Eight
Nancy Chapman - Barpassing Thru
Daniel Riegle - Dream Hobby
Lee Robbins - Financial Future
David Clark - Genes German Melody
Gregory Steffen - Handy Flashy Barmaid
Lynn Harrison - Heart Of Desire
Farley Barbera - Hot Jazzin Zippo
Diane Wisler - Im Barry Impulsive
Twylla Brown - Intricate Invitation
Patricia Mundy - JL Mac A Doo
Barbara Boyd - Marvelous Arnold
Eleanor Green - Miss Rivum N Blues
Jan Bruner - My Zipper Works
Kathy Lee - Mystic Lee Terrific
Greg Olson - Perfected With Time
Dona Ramsteck - The Exclusive Legend
Susan Yohn - Winsome Legally
Lee Blakeney - Zees Wizard Of Ahhs
Teresa Fletcher - Zips Hidden Resource
Betty Maynard - Zips Silkn Shadow

The second Bayer Select World Championship Show will be September 9-12, 2004. This show, exclusively for amateur members age 50 and older, will be held at the Tri-State Fairgrounds in Amarillo, Texas. The show format is similar to the AQHA World Championship Show with preliminary rounds and 15-head finals for classes. If a class has 15 or fewer entries, no preliminaries will be held, only the finals. The show will consist of 22 performance classes with 15 halter classes added to this year’s show bill.

An AQHA Corporate Partner since 1984, Bayer Animal Health is a major sponsor of AQHA. The company sponsors the "Your Horse’s Health" segments on "America’s Horse," AQHA’s weekly television program on the Outdoor Life Network. Bayer also helps sponsor the AQHA World Championship Show with prize money and promotional funding. In addition, Bayer participates through sponsorship in the MBNA America® Quarter Horse Racing Challenge as a sponsor of the Bayer Legend Challenge and the title sponsor of the Bayer Legend Million Dollar Bonus. Bayer sponsors the Best Remuda Award recognizing ranches producing quality ranch horses, and supports the American Quarter Horse Foundation Equine Research initiative.

For more information on this year’s Bayer Select World Championship Show or other AQHA activities, contact AQHA at (806) 376-4811. Be sure to keep up with the Bayer Select action by visiting www.aqha.com during the show for behind-the-scenes stories and results brought to you by The American Quarter Horse Journal.
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