Rocking Heart Ranch and the Garner family are lifetime breeders of American Quarter Horses and are pleased to be donating a pretty blue roan filly for the writer of the Youth Essay Contest held in conjunction with The Mane Event in Red Deer, AB on April 21-24, 2016. RHR Hancocks Drifter is intensely bred with the blood of Joe Hancock and Driftwood, the proven and much sough after “one-two” combination of performance genetics. This gentle little filly is fully halter trained and on a standard deworming program.
The Youth Essay Contest is open to all youth between the ages of 13-18. In 500 words or less, complete an essay in your own words describing how winning this filly will impact you as a person and a future leader of the equine industry.
The deadline to submit essays is 4:30pm PST on Monday, April 10th. Please have a cover sheet with the essay that contains the writer’s name, email address, telephone number, school and grade. Only essays written in a common word processor such a MSWord or in pdf form will be accepted. The winner will be announced on Sunday, April 24th at The Mane Event. Entries can be sent via email to [email protected] or by mail to The Mane Event, 230-1210 Summit Drive, Unit #468, Kamloops, BC V2C 6M1 Attn: Youth Essay Contest. Questions about the contest can be directed to Nicole at (844) 578-7518.
About Rocking Heart Ranch:
Rocking Heart Ranch (RHR) was unofficially established in 1905, when Joshua Garner immigrated to Canada from England to homestead near Red Pheasant, Saskatchewan. Now five generations later, the Garner family and Rocking Heart Ranch continue to raise the “Family Friendly” horse just outside of Waterton Lakes National Park. The philosophy of training horses with strong fundamentals remains the cornerstone of the ranch, just as Joshua had always believed.
After 110 years, Rocking Heart Ranch Ltd. continues to stand by the ranch motto; “Where Foundation and Reputation Matter”. This is accomplished by promoting the industries youth, providing education on the importance of training fundamentals, and continuing to breed the “Family Friendly” horse like Joshua did in 1905. More information on Rocking Heart Ranch can be found on their website at: www.rockingheartranchltd.com