1965-Voice Of The Tennessee Walking Horse 1965 March Voice - Page 25

NONPROFIT FOUNDATION WILL SPONSOR DR. ENSMINGER'S BEEF AND HORSE SCHOOLS YOU’RE INVITED! ATLANTA CHARITY HORSE SHOW CHASTAIN MEMORIAL PARK Wed., Thurs., Fri., and Sat. f June 2,3,4,5 Judges Saddle, Etc. and Saddle Seat Equitation William B. (Billy ) Bunn, Mathews, N. C. Walking: J. Leon Hall, Hillsboro, Mo. Hunters, Jumpers, and Hunt Seat Equitation John G. Hosang, Camden, S. C. DR. WILLIAM HARRY HILL Chairman MR. W. W. LIVELY President JOHN L. BOWERS Horse Show Manager 700 Hemphill Ave. N.W. j ATLANTA, GEORGIA Dr. M. E. Ensminger has announced that a group of distinguished agriculturalists from throughout the United States and Canada has joined hands and has set up a nonprofit foundation, known as Agriservices Foundation. According to Dr. Ensminger, both (1) the winter Beef Cattle Science School and Stud Managers’ School, held in Phoenix each January, and (2) the summer Horse Science Schools will be sponsored by the new Foundation.” In keeping with other similar nonprofit founda­ tions, Agriservices Foundation will be administered by Trustees. Additionally, representatives of all seg­ ments of the industry will be invited to serve on the Board of Advisors. Reasons for the Foundation: “Half of today’s knowledge will be obsolete in 10 years, and the other half of what will be needed by 1975 hasn’t yet been researched or developed. In brief, there is urgent need for practical ways to keep ahead. To meet the unprecedented demands of the future, there is need for a foundation dedicated to the betterment of agriculture.” The Objectives: “Dedicated to furthering educa­ tion, research and development in the field of agri­ culture, thereby enhancing the health and happi­ ness of mankind.” Dr. Ensminger added, “In my judgment, the potentialities are exciting and un­ limited.” GO BOY'S ROYAL HEIR GOES TO STEVE HILL STABLES IN MAJOR SHOW HORSE TRADE GO BOY’S ROYAL HEIR, a five year old black stallion that was shown successfully the latter part of last season by Buddy Hugh, has been moved to Steve Hill Stables as the result of a major Show Horse trade. It is reported that Mrs. Dwain Clark of Beverly Hills, California, owner of two times World Champion Gelding, HILL’S PERFECTION, has traded a two year old stud colt, a Junior Stallion and HILL’S PERFECTION, plus an undetermined amount of money, for half interest in ROYAL HEIR. Mr. Hank Sheely, of Dallas, Texas, previous full owner of the top rated stallion, still maintains half ownership. In discussing the trade with Steve Hill, of Beech Grove, Tennessee, we learned that a great deal of interest has been generated as a result of the trade and that he is personally very pleased with the swap. Steve has been looking for a top stallion for some time and feels that this horse can go all the way. GO BOY’S ROYAL HEIR, is best described as a “walking show horse” with plenty of bloom and action. He travels naturally and has three good gaits. With Steve Hill in the saddle he will be a formidable contender every time he enters the show ring. Needless to say — “he is Celebration bound.” MARCH, 1965 25