Win an Autographed Shane Doan Jersey!

WIN AN AUTOGRAPHED SHANE DOAN JERSEY!

Read MY STABLE LIFE and win this great prize!

As a former Olympian, a gold and silver medal winner at the World Championships and the Captain of the Phoenix Coyotes hockey team, Shane Doan is the pride of Canada. From Halkirk, Alberta, to the Winnipeg Jets, to the Arizona desert, Doan has proven that he can rise to any challenge and is the ultimate leader. As the Coyotes have clinched a berth in the 2010 Stanley Cup Playoffs, this autographed jersey is a timely and priceless artifact. Doan has passion for Quarter Horses and makes an appearance on My Stable Life, warranting this jersey as a most fitting prize.

To us, Doan is a hero. And it’s pretty cool that he just-so-happens to have a thing for cow horses, ropers and reiners. So… I want to hear about your heroes with horse connections. Let me know by commenting at MY STABLE LIFE. Tell me about people who are helping the horse community or simply lending a hand to a horsey friend. Large or small, I want to hear about them!! And be sure to tell me why they are a hero in your eyes.

The winner will be drawn randomly from comment submissions.

Contest closes April 30, 2010.

Comments

  1. That is a tough question. There have been so many I could probably write one for everyday this month.
    I would have to say my hero is Brenda Nobel. She is always willing to help anybody. Brenda has been riding since she was a very young girl and still competes at local shows and barrel racing. I never started riding again until I was in my 40ties and Brenda being older than myself always inspires me to keep working to be better. Brenda always has time to discuss any horse problem and will help you and your horse. Brenda is the first one to help a young rider. She will be right beside you encouraging you all the way.( Yelling at you from the sidelines if you need it). At the local shows it gives old and young someone to turn to. The young riders are so thrilled if they come close to or beat Brenda at at show. She is very tough to beat but she will be the first to tell you that you only win with hard work. She rides every day that she can. I have had the trill of riding with Brenda this winter and she is my hero.

  2. Susan Wall says

    My horsey hero’s are the ladies from Wild Deuce Outfitters – Terri McKinney and Brenda Murdock. They love to share knowledge and fun with all their clients. What started out as a client/clinician relationship has blossomed into some very special friendships. I am continually amazed at their positive effects on both people and horses to keep all safe and working together. Beautiful people they are!!

  3. I would have to say Jim Stewart. He was always promoting horses from youth academy clubs to local clubs to the national level you could alway count on him. An all around fine human being.