Karen Homer-Brown Inducted into Pinto Horse Association Hall of Fame


Karen Homer-Brown Inducted into Pinto Horse Association of America Inc. Hall of Fame

OKLAHOMA CITY, OK — Western Dressage Association® of America Board of Directors member Karen Homer-Brown was inducted into the Pinto Horse Association of America Inc. Hall of Fame at the organization’s annual meeting in March.

Homer-Brown has professionally judged 15 to 25 shows annually since the age of 16, She acquired her first United States Equestrian Federation license when she was 21. Homer-Brown holds 14 licenses from USEF, the Pinto Horse Association of America, Inc., the American Miniature Horse Association and the American Driving Society. She has conducted seminars and clinics all over the world, including Canada, Brazil, England and South Africa to certify or re-certify judges. Homer-Brown also has judged numerous national and world championship shows, including the Morgan Grand National, U.S Arabian National Horse Show, Pinto National and the Pinto World Championship.

In 2004, Homer-Brown was awarded Horse Woman of the Year from the American Morgan Horse Association in 2004.

 

One Response to “Karen Homer-Brown Inducted into Pinto Horse Association Hall of Fame

  • paula walker
    6 years ago

    Congratulations to Karen Homer-Brown!!!!