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Allen Hager
    From Terry Yoder President of the Southern Draft Horse Association. Our heart and prayers go out to the Hager family. He was more than just a friend and always had a smile on his face. For thirty years of traveling back and forth to Flordia showing his dedication to horse pulling. He will be sadly missed by us and many more. With our deepest sympathy Rest In Peace Allen

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Friday, October 16, 2015 at 11:20 AM
Allen was a special guy. Always a gentleman and an honest competitor. My condolences to his family. Henry Hawkins

Saturday, October 17, 2015 at 11:28 AM
rest in peace old friend i rembmer thew first 28 horse he bought off of B C RUSSELBURG A VERY LONG TIME AGO HE WAS A LOT OF FUN

Saturday, October 17, 2015 at 07:23 PM
Let me tell you about Allen Hager. Glen and I were fortunate to be able to travel to each of the Florida pulls this year with he and his wife, Glodean. She is a horse pulling wife who always puts her family first. Fiercely protective, she is also fiercely competitive and wanted the best for Allen and her boys when pulling. Winning was not the point as much as she wanted the horses to do well for them and for them to be gentlemen. I will never forget years ago when Allen kept parking his team in the wrong place and she came right down out of the stands and told Allen to move them and quit parking the wrong place. She rarely came down out of those stands, but when she did, she meant business. Allen was everyone's friend. He made friends wherever they pulled. Arriving at any of the Florida pulls, there was always someone coming over to talk to him that he had met down there. It was like riding with a celebrity. Talk about attitude, if every puller had Allen's attitude there would be a lot more pullers. I don't think I have ever had a pull and Allen not been there. His was the smile that I knew I was going to see no matter what anyone else was complaining about. One time in Illinois, Pat Peterson and I were sitting in the park area of the fairgrounds after both of our mates had had fits about something that had happened in the light class and Allen came over, sat down in the kiddie seats with us and talked about why pullers acted the way they did and how silly they were. He made two mad wives laugh a lot. Most pulling families sacrifice things so that they can afford to pull and I am sure that Glodean has made many sacrifices for her family over the years. She has hung in there with Allen every step of the way and is left with a wonderful family. Can't name all the family members, but Heath, Troy and Mac. Troy sent me a message saying how much his Dad loved pulling, partying and that he loved working horses more than most people. I know that I have rambled but to try to describe Allen would take a book. Glen and I will miss him as will everyone who has had the fortune get to know him. His loss leaves a huge hole in the horse pulling community. Glen and I want to extend our condolences to all of the Hager family. Glen and Jo Jo Russelburg

Monday, October 19, 2015 at 09:33 AM
Allen was always a friend to me. Met him a long time ago when I was just a kid. Rest in peace Allen. My thoughts and prayers are with the family at this very hard time. Jack VanVoorst

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