Cowboy Mounted Shooting Association
2 days ago
CMSA Members, We urgently need your prayers now for Ty White. If you've had Ty and his family in your prayers before, or even if you haven't, we ask that you please pray for him now. ... See moreSee less
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Our healing prayers are with Ty and his family. May the good Lord watch over you as you fight your battle to overcome this infection.
Praying for Ty and his family.
Prayers sent 🙏🙏🙏
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Sending prayers and strength to Ty and his family.
My heart goes out to him and his family. Praying for peace & healing.
Prayers being sent from the Riverbottom Shooters in Mississippi . We ask for God’s healing hands to guide Ty through this infection.
Prayers for Ty and family!
Prayers for Gods healing over Ty
We speak life over Ty, full healing in his body, and peace over his family in Jesus name
Prayers for Ty and all the family.
🙏🙏🙏 continued prayers!!
Continuing prayers for Ty
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2 weeks ago
Check out the latest NRA club connection, with an article by Phil Spangenberger on CMSA! Turn to pages 34-35 to see it! issuu.com/nraebush/docs/nra_club_connection_fall_2019_-_final_high_res ... See moreSee less
NRA Club Connection - Fall 2019
Issuu is a digital publishing platform that makes it simple to publish magazines, catalogs, newspapers, books, and more online. Easily share your publications and get them in front of Issuu’s millions of monthly readers. Title: NRA Club Connection - Fall 2019, Author: NRA Clubs, Name: NRA Club Con...
3 weeks ago
We just ended one of the best World Championships and seasons yet! CMSA congratulates everyone who competed this year. Those that received awards should be proud of their accomplishments.When CMSA started awarding saddles we awarded 6 saddles one for each gender and division. We later added two senior saddles. The CMSA membership took issue after the second year of a senior winning both the divisional and senior high point saddles. With membership input CMSA developed a policy of "You may only win one high point saddle a year". This policy has been in effect since 2014 and several times the person who placed second in the division received the saddle. When we added the high point rifle saddle we applied the same policy to that high point saddle. That is how the saddles were awarded this year.It is CMSA's desire to award saddles in the best manner possible and with member's support. Awarding these saddles is a recognition of a member's accomplishments. Working with the CMSA membership and the National Advisory Board, CMSA is going to reevaluate its policy on high point saddles. We ask everyone to be patient and support what is decided. Let's make the high point saddles an award we are all proud of. ... See moreSee less
Thank you for listening to the membership! The competitors are what make this sport so great!! 👍
I don’t know that I would ever be up for winning a saddle but I’ve been reading all the commentary about it. I appreciate the fact that CMSA is willing to be responsive to its members ￼￼
I know I will never be fortunate enough to be in the running for one of these Beautiful saddles but I’d be super pissed off if I did put a bunch of money into it and then they gave it to the second place. There’s nothing right about that, NOTHING!! ￼
The winner should win. Everyone doesn’t deserve a trophy
These Saddles were donated. So why decision? The Rifle HIgh Point Saddle was earned and then some! To try to give it away to a third place competitor after all the money spent to achieve that honor is weird at best. Who wants a saddle with a title written on it that they didn’t earn? I totally get the high point and division decision but Rifle and Shotgun are different.
In my opinion, CMSA comes up with these high point awards as incentive for members to travel to as many shoots as possible. It makes money for CMSA and it benefits the organization. If a member chooses to travel and spend that much money to garner the points, then the saddle is well deserved. It's just a token of all the money and time they put into the CMSA. Regardless of which event they enter, if they win, they win!
CMSA knows the standings point wise throughout the year. So when they see that an individual is leading in more then ONE CATEGORY at years end; doesn’t take rocket science to figure out WHOM THE WINNER / WINNERS, will BE. NO SADDLE SHOULD BE ENGRAVED WITH THE WORDS TOP HIGH POINT IF IT IS BEING AWARDED TO ANY POSITION LOWER THEN 1ST. FALSE RECOGNITION, FALSE REPRESENTATION, MISLEADING, FRAUD. Just a few words that follow a title which WAS NOT EARNED, no matter what rules are set in place.
Perhaps like a buckle there could be a cash option for the multi winner. Giving the top points saddle to #2 makes no sense to me.
Now's the Time to email the board members (addresses are on the CMSAevents site) and email your NAB members so they know where you stand.
Just a thought. In rodeo if you win pole bending, breakaway and barrels. You get each saddle and typically you get an all around. People work hard and put a lot of money into traveling. Why should we be shorted for that? We won it far and square. As much money as it takes on the road then we should be able to win multiple saddles. We probably have multiple horses and saddles aren’t cheap. We well pay for them traveling to events so why short change someone and give it to a runner up.
CMSA Members, please keep Ty White in your prayers. He has been seriously injured. The thoughts and prayers of the Cowboy Mounted Shooting Association are with the White family at this time, and we ask that you join with us as well. ... See moreSee less
He is in my prayers.
Sending our love and prayers 🙏💞
Prayers for Ty and Jennifer
10/25 update great news keep up the power of prayer is amazing
Sending 👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼. Love ❤️ and Hugs your way
Cowboy Mounted Shooting Association shared a post.Dave Bishop 2019 Hall of Fame ... See moreSee less
Officially part of the Cowboy Mounted Shooting Association Hall of Fame❗️
Congratulations. It's very nice. Andree
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