The Classic Rhonda-Voo is a horse show
named in honor of Rhonda Richard.
Rhonda had a horse named Sleepy
Rhonda-Voo. This show is named in part for that horse, and of course for the
definition of "rendezvous" - a place at which persons commonly meet.
1993, Rhonda and her trainer, John Wold, were practicing for the Fort Worth
Stock Show with her cutting horse, Dixie. While working one cow and moving
across the pen, another cow wandered out from the herd. Rhonda and Dixie,
focusing on the other cow, hit the wandering cow and did a forward flip. Rhonda
landed in deep sand with Dixie's hip glancing her head.
After two brain
surgeries within 12 hours and 26 days in the ICU, Rhonda moved home with her
parents where she is given 24-hour care and therapy by the family.
horse show helps support Rhonda's family. In addition to being a good cause, it
is a very fun show and everyone there has a great time. Come join
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