- Vivian Henry ObituaryOctober 1, 2015 Vivian Henry, 97, of Naples, Florida passed away Tuesday, September 29, 2015 at Avon Hospice in Naples.
Mrs. Henry and her late husband, Woodrow Henry Sr., owned and operated Camp Bobbin Hollow in Amherst, Massachusetts, one of the premier riding camps for girls in this country for over 20 years. The camp attracted girls from all over the world.
She also operated the Bobbin Hollow Stable, where she bred, raised, trained, and showed champion American Saddlebred and American Morgan horses. These horses were winners at most of the major shows including the World’s Championship Horse Show in Louisville, Kentucky, and the Morgan Grand National in Oklahoma City.
Mrs. Henry was preceded in death by her husband, Woodrow Henry Sr., and four brothers. She is survived by her daughter Marsha Henry Shepard and her husband, Bill Carrington of Shelbyville, Tennessee; one son, Woodrow Henry Jr. of Naples, Florida; three grandsons, Richard Shawn (Kylee) Shepard, Granby, Massachusetts; Christopher Scott (Ashlea) Shepard, Murfreesboro, Tennessee; Charles Chandler Henry; one granddaughter, Lark Rene Henry, Naples, Florida; three great-grandchildren, Isabelle and Jordyn Shepard, Granby, Massachusetts and Cruz Shepard, Murfreresboro, Tennessee; one brother, Clifford White, Granby, Massachusetts.
The family requests no flowers. Cremation was chosen and no services are planned. Memorials ...
- Saddlebred Fall Finale Adds ClassOctober 1, 2015 The Saddlebred Fall Finale will be held at the Miller Coliseum in Murfreesboro, TN on October 15-17 and has added a class. Class 70 will be held on Saturday morning and will be the ARHPA Junior-Exhibitor Road Pony Championship.
For more information contact Jackie Hale at 205-862-8851.
- U.S. Team Take The Gold In South AfricaOctober 1, 2015 The U.S Saddle Seat Young Riders Travel Team had beautiful performances at the 2015 South Africa Saddle Seat Invitational to capture the gold medals under the guidance of coaches Kelly Kraegel and Sarah Lawson. Chloe Deeb, Matt Huke, Cameron Kay, Clara McCool and Faith Robbins won the Three Gaited section. Capturing the gold in the Five Gaited division was Erin Beever, Cailin Bridges, Laura Plant, Allie Poovey, Hayley Pullen and Caroline Rainbolt-Forbes.
Taking individual gold medals was Cameron Kay in the Three Gaited division and Cailin Bridges in the Five Gaited Division. Congratulations to everyone involved!