Lynda Ottun Memorial Barrel Race Home Page
Title: Lynda Ottun Memorial Barrel Race Home Page
Keywords: barrel race, barrel racing, Ottun, Lynda Ottun, charity, charities, rodeo, horses, ovarian cancer, cancer
Description: The Lynda Ottun Memorial Association is a non-profit association that puts on the Lynda Ottun Memorial Barrel Race on a yearly basis in memory of Lynda Ottun, who passed was from ovarian cancer in 2005. The group raises money to help those in crisis in the rodeo/ranching community. is ranked 0 in the world (amongst the 40 million domains). A low-numbered rank means that this website gets lots of visitors. This site is relatively popular among users in the united states. It gets 50% of its traffic from the united states .This site is estimated to be worth $0. This site has a low Pagerank(0/10). It has 1 backlinks. has 43% seo score. Information

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Lynda Ottun Memorial Barrel Race Home Page Lynda Ottun Memorial Barrel Race Your Subtitle text Home Page The Barrel Race Results Sponsorship Options Contacts Home Page Thank you so much to everyone who made the 12th annual Lynda Ottun Memorial Barrel Race a success. We truly do appreciate all our sponsors and contestants who make it possible. Our Story... On March 1, 2005 the rodeo family of Montana lost a very special person. Lynda Ottun passed away after a long, hard-fought battle with ovarian cancer. She was born and raised in Rosebud and later moved to Billings with her husband, Jon, and two daughters, Joeleen and Jaime. Lynda, who was practically raised on a horse, grew up living and loving the ranch and rodeo way of life. Her passion was to train her horses and to barrel race. Growing up, Lynda won many titles in high school rodeo, including Montana State All-Around Cowgirl. She qualified for the Northern Rodeo Association Finals many times, as well as the Montana Pro Rodeo Circuit Finals. She also qualified for the Women's Pro Rodeo Association Finals in Fort Worth, Texas. The best part is that her talent did not stop with her horses. Besides being a wonderful mother, she was a great friend to a lot of people in Montana. If she was not helping someone physically she was always there with a positive smile and a kind word. Lynda was always there for whoever needed her and now we are trying to keep her traditions alive and well, for people who would have benefited from knowing her. On May 28th, 29th, and 30th, the 12th Annual "Lynda Ottun Memorial Barrel Race" will be held at Miller's Horse Palace in Billings, Montana. We have a contestant social and the most popular event, the dog races, on Saturday night. We will be hosting a gathering on Sunday night with a free dinner and a Calcutta of the teams. You may also bid on items from the silent auction and shop at our vendor's booths. On Saturday, Sunday, and Monday we will host a 4-D Open barrel race followed by the youth and senior divisions. Our goal as a group is to be able to help people just like Lynda: good people who need a helping hand every now and then. We are primarily focusing on our ranch and rodeo community who might find themselves subject to hard times or in crisis due to medical bills or other tragedies in life. We want to be able to help the same people who came to help Lynda. We hope to raise enough money to be able to help as many people as possible, and with continued growth make the fund grow. How we've been able to help others in Lynda's memory... Our first year, we were able to help a woman with breast cancer and a young man with a head injury. The second year, we were able to help a barrel racer from Stevensville who had been in a horse accident and hospitalized for over a month, a barrel racer from Billings who broke her leg, and a young barrel racer facing brain surgery. The third year, we helped a woman with breast cancer, a young man who had been in a motorcycle accident and was in a wheel chair. He has since made a wonderful recovery and was able to support his two small children with the help from people like the Lynda Ottun Memorial. We helped the family of a five year old girl who was kicked in the head by her mother's barrel horse and was in intensive care for her injuries. This young farming family did not have insurance. A young man, who happened to be our auctioneer one year, had an auto accident and we were able to help him out in his time of need like he had helped us the previous year with his services. In our fouth year, we helped two breast cancer victims, a team roper who had a serious brain injury following a roping accident, a woman who was the victim of domestic abuse, and another who experienced a horse accident. All of these people had a great need for help from others, and we were priviledged to be able to help out. The next year we were able to help even more people. We have given money to a little boy with seizures, a woman with breast cancer, two different men involved in horse accidents, and another man involved in an accident with heavy equipment. We felt so honored to receive numerous donations in memory of another barrel racer who was lost in 2009, Joyce Arms. Donations in her memory allowed us to help others. Joyce was always a great supporter of our event, and I'm sure she would be pleased. We have been able to help a fellow barrel racer facing serious health problems, a young man who broke his back, a man with a brain tumor, and a man with kidney failure. We have continued to give help more people each year. Each year we help people with a variety of crisis situations from cancers, serious accidents/injuries, illnesses, and others in need. We are often humbled by some of the great thank you's that we get. Over 11 years, we have been blessed enough to donate over $40,000 to those in need. That total keeps growing as the need is always there. We have been able to help these families with the help of our sponsors and contestants, and we are looking forward to continuing this wonderful work. We would like to thank anyone who has supported us in the past and hope that those touched by this event continues to grow, both in giving and receiving. Content copyright . Lynda Ottun Memorial Association. All rights reserved. Whois

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