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The show season is now full with the limit of 18 shows scheduled.  Please check the show schedule tab for all show information.

IL 04 news:
Make sure to pre-enter for the Whiteside Co Fair show in Morrison.  Pre-entries due in secretary's office by Aug 8 to avoid a $20 late fee charge.
 
The July 5 show held at Circle G had some weather issues.  The youth class had dry ground.  Taylor Skromme, Brittney Schroeder, Megan Windish, Haley McWhorter all saw the top 5 fastest times.  Then the drizzle began and continued off and on until the open and the senior class.  With the rain coming down a little harder, Tamber Babler placed 2nd in the open class, Vicky Nutter was 3rd.  With the tractor not being able to come in and drag, the ground still held very well. Charlotte Wall placed 2nd in the senior class.  Thanks to all who helped with this show and we will do it all again at Circle G for the 2 day Labor Day weekend show.
 
The Henry County Fair show saw fast times in the big pen.  The top 3 in the open class were Duane Diedrich riding Chub, Jim Hankins riding Flex, and Colton Curtis riding Shooter.  Duane rolled his time over to win the senior class.  Anna Vershaw riding Rebel had the fastest time to win the youth class and Taylor Skromme on Sizzlin Hot Bug was 2nd.  Thanks to all the Henry Co Fair show committee on a nicely run show and also thanks to Todd Wheelbarger for doing a great job on the ground.  

The Green River Saddle Club in Amboy has moved their 2 day show to October 4 & 5.

Circle G has moved their July show dates to July 5 & 6.  July 5 will be the only day for NBHA IL 04 sanction.  

The May show is over at Rawlings and competition was pretty tough.  With 116 entries in the open class, Derek Diedrich held the 2nd fastest time on Saturday with Molly Johnson finishing 4th.  Cal Vandermyde and Jim Hankins placed in the top 4 of the
senior class.  Taylor Skromme, Jade Ansteth, Brittney Schroeder and Jessica Sears all placed in the 1-D top 5 of the youth class.  Vicky Nutter, Taylor Skromme and Summer Northcutt held the top 5 1-D spots on Sunday in the open class.  Jim Hankins won the senior and Taylor Skromme won the youth class.  A big thank you to all who helped during the show, setting barrels, helping in the office, working the gate and big thank you to Tom Wall for doing some announcing.    

There have been a few corrections on the points from BHC, Runnin 3 Ranch and Diamond G, most were new members who were not on my list.  Please check and make sure your points 
are correct.  

Weekend weather was very nice for the first Runnin 3 Ranch show for 2014.  Taylor Skromme, riding Sizzlin Hot Bug, held the fast time for 1st place in the open class.  Taylor also finished 2nd in the youth class.  Jim Hankins, riding Nickers, won the senior class.  

A huge thanks to all who donated in any way to the food stand at Diamond G.  Weather was a bit on the cool side but the sun came out to finish out the weekend.  Taylor Skromme was the fastest IL 04 member in the open class, placing 3rd in the 1-D and Terilynn Beyer placed 4th in the 1-D.  Jim Hankins placed 3rd in the senior and Courtney Campbell placed 2nd in the youth with Taylor Skromme placing 3rd.
  
Our first sanctioned show was held at Black Hawk College on Sunday, April 27.  This was the last show of the spring speed series. Dusty Pyse, riding Mouse, won the 2nd division but held the fastest time for the IL 04 members during the open.  Vicky  Nutter, riding Jeff, won the senior class and Mary Tegler, riding Charlie, finished 4th in the 1-D but held the fastest time for the IL 04 members in the youth class.   Nikki Klein won the 1-D Champion series belt buckle and Jim Hankins won both the 2-D and 3-D Champion series belt buckles.  These buckles went to the highest point earner for the speed series in each division.  
A big thank you to the College and the show committee for hosting such a nice show.
  
New for this year:  Circle G Arena will be having a 2 day show held July 4th and July 5th.
 
Page 8 of the February 2014 issue of Barrel Horse News had a nice piece about Danny Griffith written by Josh Griffith.  
 
There will not be a 2 day show held at the Tri-state Rodeo arena in Ft Madison, IA this year - renovations are underway this summer. 
 
Two members still have 2013 awards to pick up - Del Nutter and Duane Diedrich.  Please let me know when you can get them.
 

The NBHA would like to profile NBHA Directors and NBHA members in each issue of the Barrel Horse News.  If you would like to be included in this feature, please submit your information and a photo to:
Teri Lee @ Barrel Horse News
PO Box 471790
Fort Worth  TX  76147
teri.lee@cowboypublishing.com
 


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NBHA news:
New for NBHA 2014:

1.  District points will be 
awarded on the 5-D format, 
all in 1/2 second divisions.  
This is only for the points 
getting sent to the Georgia 
office.  This will open up & 
allow more people to qualify 
for the World Shows.  This 
district (IL 04) will continue 
to accumulate points in the 
same format as we have 
done - 4-D for the open 
class and 3-D for the youth 
and seniors.  

2.  NBHA is re-instating the 
one year membership 
requirement in order to use 
a transferred wildcard.  This 
applies to anyone using a 
wildcard they did not them-
selves win.

3.  There will be a Super 
Senior class at the World 
Show open to all NBHA 
members age 60 or over on 
the day of the show.  No 
district qualifications or 
wildcards are required to 
participate in this class.

4.  At NBHA World, National 
& State shows, which use 
the two-go and finals format,
riders may qualify any 
number of horses per 
division to the finals.
Previously riders were limited 
to two horses per division.