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AQHA Names Marilyn Randall 

Horsewoman of the Year

 

April 2012 issue

 

       

 Marilyn Randall, an educator and horsewoman who lives in Bridger , Montana , has been named the AQHA 2011 Professional’s Choice Professional Horsewoman of the Year .

            She educates youth and amateurs in the equine industry, and holds judges cards with the following groups: AQHA, APHA, NSBA, NRCHA, FEI, USEF and NRHA. She has judged in 16 countries, as well as shows across the United States. While judging internationally, she gives clinics to help exhibitors learn how to better enjoy the American Quarter Horse.

            Randall has trained horses for more than 25 years. Several youth in her training program have received top-10 honors at the Built Ford Tough AQHYA World Championship Show and the All American Quarter Horse Congress. She has ridden many AQHA World Championship Show qualifiers, including Two Fox Angilee, who won the reserve world champion junior trail title in 1984.  

 

            She has served on the Montana Quarter Horse Association Board of Directors, as the MQHA youth adviser, as a member of the AQHA Youth Activities Committee and as the AQHA Youth Activities Committee chairwoman from 2008 to 2010. In addition to serving as an AQHA director since 1994 and director-at-large since 2011, she was instrumental in the development of the Junior Master Horseman program. 

            Randall has taught college equine programs for the past 26 years and brings her enthusiasm and love of horses into the classroom.

            This past year, through her diligence and work with the AQHA, many of the 850 horses in a Billings, Montana abuse case were able to get their registration papers transferred to their new owners.

 

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