The American Quarter Horse JournalMay 15, 2012
In January, Zinn Lindsey, 18, of Jayton, Texas, won the non-pro division of the inaugural AQHA Ranching Heritage Challenge on Judys Ten. On May 15, 2012, the high school senior died in an auto accident. (Journal photo)
Zinn Lindsey of Jayton, Texas, 18, died May 15 in a traffic accident, according to the Abilene Reporter-News website.
Zinn, a senior at Aspermont High School in Aspermont, Texas, was the first non-pro champion of AQHA’s inaugural Ranching Heritage Challenge.
On May 12, Zinn won the junior division of the Ranch Horse Association of American competition in Abilene. He was also involved in Stock Horse of Texas competition.
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