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☛ Jim Spaulding has bad accident 1-30-18


By Glory Ann Kurtz
Jan. 30, 2018

According to a posting on my Facebook page, Jim Spaulding, Millsap, Texas, was knocked down by a horse last week. He hit his head, which caused a stroke and he became paralyzed on his left side. His speech has some impairment but  he can communicate and seems cognitive in his thinking.

In news from Judy’s sister, Betty, “Jim has made a little progress; however, the doctors do not want him to have visitors or phone calls at this time.”

Although NCHA members have offered to bring meals or help with ranch chores, Betty said they have relatives there now but will let people know if they need  help later.

Spaulding and his wife Judy, own Neat Little Cat, a son of High Brow Cat out of Neat Little May by Smart Little Lena, with lifetime earnings of $279,595, with offspring earning in excess of $388,000. The stallion stands at Buckeye Equine in Weatherford, Texas, for $1,800, which includes the chute fee and the first two shipments of cooled semen. Also frozen semen is available in Australia and Canada. There will also be special consideration to proven and multiple mares, a bargain for a breeding to a son of High Brow Cat. You can contact Buckeye  Equine at 817-550-7226

Send your cards to P.O. Box 6, Millsap, TX 76066 or you can call Judy at 719-469-0357.

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