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Eastern Idaho Horseman Hall of Fame 2010 Inductees

 

April 2010 Issue

 

 

     Seven Idaho horsepeople will be inducted into the Eastern Idaho Horseman Hall of Fame at the 13th Annual Banquet, to be held April 16, 2010, in Idaho Falls . ID. The public is invited to attend.

     For more information about the Hall of Fame Museum in Rigby , Idaho , or for reservations to the banquet ($20 per person for dinner), contact Dorothy Furniss at 208-754-4702.

 

For the full description and photos of the Inductees, please click here.

 

2010 Inductees

Hart L. Grover, age 83, attended Utah State University and studied Agronomy. He began chariot racing in 1956 and is still racing. He qualified to go to the World Chariot Racing 35 times. He has raced in Idaho , Nevada and Utah , and has raced for 20 years in Jackson , WY , at the Shriner’s Hospital Fund chariot races.

Alma Hubbard was instrumental in adding the Ranch Horse class in 4-H and Team Penning classes to the Caribou County Fair. He put on 4-H Horse Judging clinics in Utah , Colorado , Montana , and Idaho . In the Utah Paint Horse Club, Alma won ROMs in Reining, Roping, Heeling, Heading and Reining, and was top 10 in Heading and Reining and Reserve National Champion in Heeling for five years.

Jay Meyers, age 61, grew up on the family ranch in Power County, and qualified for the Idaho State High School Rodeos all four years and National High School Rodeo twice. His winnings paid his way through law school. He and his wife, Ranae, run cattle and have an outstanding horse operation. Jay is active in Reined Cow Horse competitions and has won multiple year-end championships.

Keith Munns, age 70, was raised on a farm in Archer , Idaho , where he learned to appreciate a good saddle horse. He served as state vice president and district president of the FFA while in high school.He helped organize the Madison County Roping Club and the Upper Valley Cutter Association. He has auctioned for many benefit auctions. He raises Registered Paints and Quarter Horses.

Royce Smith, age 67, grew up in a family of cowboys. From 1969 through 1978, Royce either won or placed in all but two of the top 50 rodeos in the U.S. and Canada . In 1982, Royce returned to the rodeo circuit as a PRCA judging official. He worked in his brother’s outfitting business and the for Salmon-Challis Forest Service. He has raised and trained some outstanding Quarter Horses.

Dick and Zetta Walker, of Idaho Falls , have been together in the horse business since their marriage in 1951, and rode together in the Bonneville Mounted Sheriff’s Posse for 23 years.

 In 1966, they began chariot racing and then later flat racing. They raced mainly Quarter Horses but also Appaloosas and Thoroughbreds. The Walkers are still a very active and positive force in the racing Community.

     For in-depth biographies of all of the Eastern Idaho Horseman Hall of Fame inductees, see the Extra News section at RMR’s website: rockymountainrider.com.

 

 

For the full description and photos of the Inductees, please click here.

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