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Pat; 

I just completed reading 'The Chameleon Rancher", and found it both entertaining and contains a lot of factual information.  Having lived in Kansas and Practiced Veterinary medicine in Kansas, Oklahoma and Texas, there are many Clints out there and many hungry bankers. One of the characters you spoke of in your book John Ed was a good friend and there is no fiction surrounding him. Congratulations on the book being a sucess, keep on writing and keep us all involved in western history.

Sincerely;
R. R. Domer DVM

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Dear Mr. Jacobs:  

What do you buy a man for his birthday?  Especially a man that has everything he needs and wants very little?  Well, your book is exactly the perfect gift for my husband, Dennis Harris!    He was quite impressed with you the afternoon we met you in Joshua, TX.  We immediately looked up your web site and viewed your photo gallery and read your biography.  I have to say you are an interesting man with a colorful history, which is all the more reason your book will mean a lot to Dennis.  He too, has had a colorful history.  He has been a connoisseur of good horses, women and dogs his entire life!  (Not necessarily in that order - !)  He has narrowed down the women in his life to just "one" now - that being me - and we have enjoyed a wonderful life together now of 20 years and looking forward to the next 20 and beyond.   If you would please autograph your book to him, it would mean so much to me.  Dennis is an avid reader and loves telling a good story as well as reading them.  

Again, thank you and I, too, look forward to reading your wild tales!  

Sincerely,  

Shanon Harris

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Pat,
I finished the book. It's amazing! I finished it early last week because I couldn't put it down but I just had a chance to email you! I can't wait to meet you! I laughed and cried! My dad gets to deal with a hand JUST like Two Gun! Elevator describes it perfectly! 

I should tell you that some family friends of ours managed the Cauble Ranch in Crockett up until a month or so ago. My brother day helped there for a couple years. When they acquired the place, we went thru the bunkhouse and found the first sale catalog from 1962. So, I have a copy because they weren't about to get out with all of them! : ) I always wondered what Rex was like. I enjoyed reading that he was on the board when you went to beg for forgiveness. I have tons of questions and comments.. .but I know you're busy! You may say, I'm you're biggest fan! : ) 
 
-Savanah

News & Events
An Ear For Music

Pat Jacobs was featured in the August 2009 Arts Now section of BurlesonNOW. "An Ear for Music" by Jaime Ruark, talks about Pat's music, western swing and his Wild West novel, Outcasts, Outlaws, and Second Chance Horses.

 
NCHA Members Hall of Fame

Join Pat Jacobs as he is inducted into the National Cutting Horse Association Members Hall of Fame and honored during a reception to be held on Saturday evening, June 18 as part of the NCHA Convention to be held in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma at the Oklahoma City Marriott.

Induction into the NCHA Members Hall of Fame is the highest honor bestowed by the Association and NCHA is truly proud and appreciative of all you have done for the NCHA and the sport of cutting though your timeless and selfless contributions. Other inductees include Don Bussey, Wayne Hodges, and Lisa Johnson.

NCHA will also continue to honor the Members Hall of Fame inductees during the 2011 NCHA World Championship Futurity in December with the Hall of Fame certificate being presented as well as participating in the ceremonial wagon ride in the arena.

 
Campfire Tales in Fort Worth

Pat Jacobs and The Over The Hill Gang wll be play at Ft. Worth  Monday and Tuesday January 24 & 25 at Campfire Tales in the John Justin Arena from 4:00pm to 5:00pm during the Fort Worth Stock Show. They also will be featured at Celebrity story tell and book signing from 3pm to 4pm.

They will also appear February 27th at the Roy Lee Brown tribute. Roy Lee at 90 is the younger brother of Milton Brown of the famed Musical Brownies. Also appearing with Pat, will be legendary wester swing musicans. Leon Rausch, vocals; Casey Dickens, drums; Hugo Chambers, drums; Bill Gilbert, fiddle; Bobby McBay, fiddle; Geo. Uptmore, fiddle; Johnny Case, piano; Ekmer Lauence, steel; Eddie Fergusin, Guitar; and Bill Mitchell, guitar. This event will be held at the Country Club in Mineral Wells, February, 27 from 2pm to 7pm.

 
Jacobs Hit Novel now in Second Edition

Pat's successful novel "Outcasts, Outlaws, and Second Chance Horses" is now been released in it's second edition! The book has recently been updated, including moving the photos to appear within the stories! In celebration, the novel which retails for $29.95 is available this month for $24.95. Just click on the store button to order.

Pat's book has also been released on Amazon.com! And will shortly be available for download onto today's most popular readers like Amazon's Kindle!

Look for Pat's new novel, "The Chameleon Rancher", to be released this month!  

Born and raised in the High Plains, Clint Armstrong had gone through life indifferent and void of ambition until an offer from a Kansas City banker peeked his interest. It was 1934, and the bored 40-year-old set out for the Texas Panhandle to repossess a herd of cattle on behalf of the banker. And so Clint began his new career.

As can be expected things didn’t always go as planned and many stories of the road ensued. Through hard work and determination this simple rancher built a cattle empire of 80,000 head. Upon his death in 1958, he left the largest cash estate in Kansas.

 
Western Swing Society

Pat appeared in Wichita Falls at the Western Swing Society of the SouthWest Jam & Dance Showcase  Showcase on Thursday, Friday and Saturday, March 25, 26 & 27.  One of the highlights of the Showcase show was Bob Cobb and his bass. David Holcomb of Larry Lang & the Texas Troubadors caught the two old famous basses and their players (Larry & Pat). Bob Cobb jokingly called them the fender benders. Bob's bass was the #1 Fender bass in 1950. Pat's bass is a 1956 model and is suspected to be the oldest original owner bass! Pat's bass is completely original including some bad notes.

Photos submitted by David Holcomb. See more photos in the pictures section!

Visit http://www.westernswingsociety.org/ for more information. 

 
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