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OSAS Supports Ontario Xtreme Cowboy

Published: December 3, 2018 9:33 pm ET

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The Ontario Standardbred Adoption Society (OSAS) has announced its support for Ontario Xtreme Cowboy, an exciting, competitive series that helps showcase the versatility of retired Standardbreds.

Starting in 2019, OSAS will sponsor the High Point Standardbred Champion and Reserve for those that compete in the sanctioned Xtreme Cowboy events. In addition, it will also organize clinics to be held at Karen Dallimore’s Sweet Grass Farm in Erin, Ont. These days will be specific to anyone wanting to try this new sport.

“Becoming involved with Xtreme Cowboy will capitalize on the exposure of our breed to many people who may not be familiar with harness horses,” explained OSAS’s administrator Joanne Colville. I look forward to this new venture and exposing our versatile breed to many others throughout the province.”

“We’d like to sincerely thank Liz and Ron Waples, who previously sponsored the Standardbred component of our events,” noted board member Lori Ferguson. “We appreciate OSAS coming on board and assisting us with exposing more people to Standardbreds. This seems a natural fit.”

Ontario Xtreme Cowboy will host several events in 2019 at various venues across the province, a complete list will be distributed on their website when finalized.

(With files from OSAS)

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