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Thomas McGuane
February 25, 1991
SHEILA WELCH AN ACCOMPLISHED COMPETITOR LIKE HER HUSBAND, BUSTER, SHEILA WAS THE 1980 NCHA NONPROFESSIONAL RIDER OF THE YEAR. SINCE 1967 SHE HAS FINISHED IN THE MONEY IN DOZENS OF NON-PRO AND OPEN CUTTING-HORSE EVENTS AND HAS WON A TOTAL OF MORE THAN $700,000
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February 25, 1991

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SHEILA WELCH
AN ACCOMPLISHED COMPETITOR LIKE HER HUSBAND, BUSTER, SHEILA WAS THE 1980 NCHA NONPROFESSIONAL RIDER OF THE YEAR. SINCE 1967 SHE HAS FINISHED IN THE MONEY IN DOZENS OF NON-PRO AND OPEN CUTTING-HORSE EVENTS AND HAS WON A TOTAL OF MORE THAN $700,000

PAT PATTERSON
ONE OF THE FIRST MARLBORO MEN OF ADVERTISING FAME, PATTERSON, 78, WHO LIVES IN TECUMSEH, OKLA., RODE THE 1972 OPEN WORLD CHAMPION HORSE, HAS RANKED AMONG THE WORLD'S TOP 10 RIDERS SIX TIMES AND IS A MEMBER OF THE CUTTING-HORSE HALL OF FAME

SANDY BONELLI
RANKED AMONG THE WORLD'S TOP 10 CUTTERS SIX TIMES AND STILL IN HER TWENTIES, BONELLI, OF PETALUMA, CALIF., HAS WON MORE THAN $600,000 IN OPEN AND NON-PRO COMPETITIONS SINCE 1980. AT THE 1989 FUTURITY, SHE WON THE NON-PRO CLASS ON BELLA COQUETTE

DAVE HAMMOND
A MEMBER OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF THE NATIONAL CUTTING HORSE ASSOCIATION, HAMMOND, 38, TRAINS CUTTING HORSES IN IONE, CALIF. IN THE OPEN DIVISION OF LAST YEAR'S FUTURITY, HE WAS ELIMINATED IN THE SECOND GO-ROUND BY ONLY ONE POINT

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