Bobby Kerr Inducted into the Texas Cowboy Hall of Fame

Share:

Share on facebook
Share on twitter
Share on linkedin
Share on email

The Ridgewood Ontario born cowboy, and founder of the Texas Cowboy Hall of Fame, has been inducted into the prestigious hall of honour  himself.

Known for his talent as a horse trainer, Kerr has won numerous awards in roping, reining, working cow horse and cutting in his career spanning over 40 years.  

Famed on YouTube for his ““Good and broke limo” trick horse performances which have amassed over 10 million views, Kerr has performed at some of the biggest equine events in the world.

On behalf of the Canadian Quarter Horse community, the association, and all our members who know Mr. Kerr personally and by reputation, CQHA would like to congratulate him on this honour, and thank him for his lifetime of promoting the culture and integrity of the western lifestyle.

Visit the Texas Cowboy Hall of Fame’s  website to ream more about this Canadian cowboy and the others inducted along with him.

 

 

 

 

Related News

CQHA Launches Horse of Merit Program

Click here to Nominate The Canadian Quarter Horse Association Horse of Merit Program A program to honour active Quarter Horses fifteen years of age and older,proudly presented in partnership with

Canadian Horse Journal – Summer 2021

Canadian Horse Journal is available in print on new stands and by subscription, Digital editions are also available. SPECIAL FEATURES Seven Deadly Sins of Haymaking Help Your Barn Business Thrive

Summer 2021 Virtual Seminar Series

FREE for CQHA & AQHA members! CQHA in partnership with AQHA is pleased to present the Summer 2021 Virtual Seminar Series. These virtual seminars will be available to view on

2021 CQHA Remuda Award

Fleetwood Farms Quarter Horses named 2021 CQHA Remuda This award is proudly presented in partnership with  RW Hawkins Ranch of Rocky View County, Alberta Previous Next Written by Bob Hawkins