Quarter Horse News is proud to announce a partnership with Rein In Cancer. Whether you are a competitor or a spectator at the 2012 Ariat Tulsa Reining Classic, you have the opportunity to subscribe or renew your subscription to Quarter Horse News for $39.95 and $5 will be donated to Rein In Cancer. Not only will you receive 24 issues of Quarter Horse News, the complete source for the performance horse industry, you will also help support Rein In Cancer.
From now until the end of the show on Sept. 2, subscriptions to Quarter Horse News will be available on the ATRC entry form, and forms will also be available in the show office and the Quarter Horse News booth during the show. Your subscription may be added to your ATRC show bill.
“We have been able, over the years, to reach our goals Rein In Cancer because we have been associated with great people, businesses and events. This is a wonderful example of that, and we are so proud to be associated both with Quarter Horse News and the Ariat Tulsa Reining Classic. Thanks to them and to all who participate,” said Cheryl (Magoteaux) Cody, Rein In Cancer President.
Since its creation in 2006, Rein in Cancer has raised the funding to create and operate the Shirley Bowman Nutrition Center at the Charles and Peggy Stephenson Cancer Institute in Oklahoma City and is now furnishing direct financial support to cancer patients who are part of the horse industry. With nearly $800,000 raised to date, founders Cheryl (Magoteaux) Cody, Shorty Koger and Tracie Anderson give credit for the 501C-3 corporation to the generosity of the horse world, through bequests, memorial donations, promotions and gifts. For information on Rein In Cancer, visit the website at www.ReinInCancer.com.