Myrna Rheudasil Dies

Texan died November 15.

Myrna Rheudasil

Texan Myrna Rheudasil died November 15 after complications of a stroke.

Myrna was born February 4, 1939.

Myrna's late husband, Jerry, was a prominent horseman and veterinarian who, among many others, bred and raced All American Futurity (G1) winner On A High.

Myrna bred and raced American Quarter Horses on her own and in partnerships. She bred in full or in partnerships stakes winners Showboat Six ($280,771), XO Kate ($242,302), Flashback Dash ($80,187) and stakes-placed runners Stack The Coins, Red Hot Hit and Cashinon.

She co-bred and raced the likes of superior race horse Shiny Six ($170,874), and Yankee Dash ($149,362).

Myrna will be celebrated on Monday, November 20, at noon. Visitation is November 19 from 3-5 p.m.

The services will be held at Sparkman/Hillcrest at 7405 W. Northwest Hwy, Dallas, Texas, 75225.

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