Fallen Horseman Memorial Show to Honor 11 Late Horsemen and Women

August 4th, 2013 7:00 AM | No Comments

Third Annual Event To Be Held August 30-September 1

Brookville, Ohio – The third annual Fallen Horsemen Memorial Horse Show will add eleven more names to its wall of honor during the event, which will be held August 30-September 1 at Circle G Arena, Lewisburg, OH (Brookville area).

The open horse show was the idea of founder Tammy Denlinger-Lickliter, who created the event to honor Ohio and the surrounding area’s most influential horsemen and women. Lickliter teamed with the Miami Valley Horse Show Association to honor fallen horsemen and women who have made an impact on the horse industry.

“We have another great group of honorees this year,” Lickliter said. “The Fallen Horsemen Memorial Horse Show is a great way to recognize these special horsemen and women or anyone who enabled your life with horses.  We have a new website this year and in it you will find many photos of these folks and others dating back as far as 1918.  Anyone can sponsor their loved one or mentor.” www.fhmhs.com

The 2013 honorees include:

  • George Anders
  • Keith Bradley
  • Jess Cecil
  • Dave Endres
  • Dr. Steve Miller
  • Linda H. Pape
  • Don Reveal
  • Dr. Paul Rothaug
  • Florence “Smokey” Thornburg
  • Rodney Vincent
  • Dale Wilkinson

The new honorees will join the show’s founding fallen horsemen and women, who included:

  • Ralph Alexander
  • Roger Beam
  • George Berry
  • Lawrence Bishop
  • Calvin Burkhart
  • Gloria Croley
  • Larry K Davis DVM
  • Harry and Mary Denlinger (Sr.)
  • Bob Evans
  • Mr. and Mrs. Robert Farendorf
  • Blair Folck
  • Larry and Mary Grilliot
  • Marion Grimes
  • Denny Hales
  • Dave Hoffman Sr.
  • Ken Johnson Jr.
  • Tammy Kennedy
  • Jeanine Lutz
  • Joan Lutz
  • Olen Osborne
  • John Pape
  • Roland St. John
  • Junior Shelpman
  • Billy Ray and David Sorrell
  • Janice Van Pelt
  • Tubby Weiler
  • Paul Wilt
  • Clayton Woosley

The all-breed horse show is open to horses and riders of all levels of competition, and will feature $6000 in money and prizes. The show will
include a Team Challenge event and provide fun classes for  all competitors. A display will showcase all of the fallen horsemen and women who are being honored.

The event will begin with fun classes on Friday evening, starting at 7:00 p.m., and continue with 50 classes for exhibitors and horses on Saturday and Sunday. The show will be held at Circle G Arena, located at 10816 Verona Road, Lewisburg, Ohio.

In 2012, the Fallen Horsemen Memorial Show donated $1000 to the Tough Enough To Wear Pink horse show from proceeds from the show, furthering the donations of those who participated.  Also, a generous donation was made to a local equine family who had lost everything to a house fire.

For additional information, please contact Tammy Denlinger-Lickliter at 937-672-5629, visit the Fallen Horsemen Memorial Show page on Facebook or the Miami Valley Horse Show Association at

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