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Robyn Kaplow Carter Funeral Arrangements Announced


From The Kaplow Family

With a heavy heart…I am sad to say, our dear Robyn has passed away. 

A week ago today. 

May 6th, 2021

We wanted to give everybody time for those who would like to join us, and need to make travel accommodations. 

Services will be held at 

BEECHER FLOOKS FUNERAL HOME 

Pleasantville, NY.

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Viewing /Wake:

May 19th, Wednesday from 6 to 8PM

Services: 

May 20th, Thursday from 10-12PM

**A live stream will be provided. 

* Reception immediately AFTER on May 20th: 

Mt. Kisco Country Club

Mt. Kisco, NY. 

We cannot thank everyone enough for their prayers, flowers, and food during this hard time. 

Love, 

John Carter
Sue Kaplow
Evan Kaplow
Meg Kaplow


The National Snaffle Bit Association is saddened to report the passing of Robyn Kaplow Carter.

Robyn was a formidable competitor in Hunter Under Saddle and over fences and Western Pleasure events for many years. She showed such horses as One For The Record, Guns Flash Bull, One Fresh Dude, In Zippos Image, and Zips Splash Of Art to wins at shows such as the Tom Powers Triple Challenge and the All American Quarter Horse Congress. 

She was also a multiple-time AQHA world champion and the All-Around Amateur at the 1993 AQHA World Championship Show with Itchin Easy. Itchin Easy was the only horse to win both the AQHA SuperHorse and AQHA Amateur All-Around titles. Robyn accumulated more than $23,000 in lifetime NSBA earnings.

Robyn was the daughter of Susan and the late Bruce Kaplow and sister to Evan Kaplow. In 2015, she married John Carter and lived in Goodlettsville, Tennessee.

NSBA extends its sympathy to the Kaplow and Carter

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