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Monday, November 19, 2001

Greeman earns top ten finish at AQHA 

Tammy Jo Greeman, of Toyah, with Quick Little Cutter, a bay gelding,  was a top 10 finalist in the amateur working cow horse class at the 2001  American Quarter Horse Association World Championship Show, held Nov.  3-17 in Oklahoma City, Okla.

"This is the most prestigious of all American quarter horse shows, said Bill Brewer, AQHA executive vice president. "Tammy Jo Greeman and Quick Little Cutter are to be commended for such an outstanding achievement."

The AQHA World Championship Show is the largest, richest, world championship horse show in existence, with $1.9 million awarded to 3,526 entries from 48 states, five Canadian provinces, Argentina, Austria, Belgium, Germany, Italy, Japan, Mexico, the Netherlands and the United Kingdom.

Horses must have earned a predetermined number of points between Aug. 1, 2000, and July 31, 2001, to qualify for the invitational competition. The amateur division is reserved for people who do not show, train or assist in the training of horses for remuneration other than prize money.

Sponsors for the event are Bayer, Centaur, GMC, Justin Boots, Markel Insurance, MBNA America, MCI, MD Barns, Montana Silversmiths, Nutrena, Oklahoma City Chamber of Commerce, Professional's Choice, sooner Trailer, State Fair of Oklahoma, Tex Tan, Wrangler and "The American Quarter Horse Journal."

Jazz band plans concert

The Odessa College Jazz Band presents its Fall Jazz Concert, at 8 p.m., Friday, Nov. 30, in Deadrick Auditorium on the OC campus.

The band features over 20 musicians comprised of OC students and members of the community and is conducted by Lon Clark. Guest vocalist is Cyndie Sledge.

Permian Basin students of all ages and OC faculty and staff admitted free. General admission tickets are $5.

For more information call Odessa College at 335-6400.

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