2021 Changes To Show Approval Process

Beginning with the 2021 show season a new show approval process will be in place for all AQHA shows in Kansas seeking to have their results count towards KQHA year end awards. Click on the links below to see the letter explaining the process and the show approval form.

Letter From KQHA On New Show Approval Process

KQHA Show Approval Form

Billy Allen Memorial

2020 Final Point Standings

The final points standings are posted below for 2020. Shows included are Prairie Classic, Cottonwood Classic, Salt City Circuit, PHEK Salina, Sunflower Slide and Hope In The Heartland.

Click here for final year end standings

Scoresheets for Hope In The Heartland

Thurs VRH Ranch Riding/Trail Scoresheets

Thurs VRH Reining/Cowhorse Scoresheets

Friday Trail Score Sheets

Friday Scoresheets For Ranch Riding

Friday Scoresheets For Equitation

Saturday VRH Ranch Riding & Trail

Saturday Scoresheets For All VRH & Cowhorse / VRH Reining

Saturday Scoresheets for VRH Cutting

Sunday Trail Scoresheets

Sun Equitation Scoresheets

Sun Scoresheets for Ranch Riding

Sun Scoresheets for Showmanship

Sun Scoresheets for Horsemanship

Ranch Riding Sweepstakes Results

  • 1st place - Just Plain Reddy owned by Annette Thornburgh ridden by Missy Hood - $625.00
  • 2nd place - Royal Cattilion owned and shown by Tricia Smith-Hickey - $375.00
  • 3rd place - Voodoo Brew owned and shown by Sterling Slemp - $250.00

High Point All Around Winners

  • Level 1 Youth - Shes My Kinda Girl - Jessica Mzhickteno
  • Youth - Shes My Kinda Girl - Jessica Mzhickteno
  • Level 1 Amateur - Haley Fellks
  • Select Amateur - Marty Oltjen
  • Open VRH - Matt Lang
  • Amateur VRH - Mark Hickey
  • Limited Amateur VRH - Pam Rasmussen

Past President Billy Allen Passes

Billy Allen

Billy G. Allen passed away Saturday August 19th at home in Phoenix, AZ at the age of 84.

He was born Dec 8, 1935 in Clayton, NM. His family later moved to Boise City, OK where he was raised on a farm and cattle ranch. He graduated from Clayton High School in 1954.

Billys career with horses began when he was 16 breaking horses and competing in rodeos. It was at a rodeo where he met his wife Connie and they were married on February 16, 1957. After living in New Mexico for a few years they moved to Scott City, KS in 1965 to set up a full time horse training operation and purchased Sunnyslope Horse Farm where they resided until 2019.

Billy specialized in roping and working cowhorse but competed at the highest levels in halter and reining as well earning 11 AQHA world championships and countless AQHA Honor Roll Awards. He was responsible for winners such as Zan Parr Bar, Zippin Zanita, High Falutin Dude, Zan Gold Jack, Mr Jack Prince, Jack Fiddler and Zans Pretty Penny. He also bred many winners standing his stallion Zan Gold Jack.

In 1979 Billy and Connie started Billy Allen Products manufacturing their own custom formulation horse feed. Billy ran the mill until selling it in the summer of 2019. He also designed the Billy Allen reining bit which can be found in almost every major bit manufacturers product line today.

Billy was active in many organizations. He served as president of KQHA and active on the board of directors for many years. He was a member of the AQHA judges committee and a long time AQHA judge who officiated at shows such as the Congress and AQHA World show. For his contributions to the industry he was inducted into the KQHA Hall of Fame in 2005 and the AQHA Hall of Fame in 2019.

Billy is survived by his wife Connie, children Doug, Brenda, Jeff and Jennifer. At his request no services will be held. Condolences may be sent to the family at 8602 E Lone Mountain Rd, Scottsdale, AZ 85266. In Lieu of flowers, the family suggests memorials to the Billy and Connie Allen Equine Education Fund with the Scott Commnity Foundation in Scott City, KS which can be found at https://scottcf.org