The 47th Annual National Championship O-MOK-SEEÂ is Sunday through Friday at the Eastern Idaho State Fairgrounds.
Admission is free to all events. The public is welcome.
O-Mok-See is the sport of pattern horse racing.
The sport of O-Mok-See originates with the Blackfeet Indian Tribe where they described a particular style of riding as "oh-mak-see pass-kan" meaning "riding big dance."
Competitors are divided into age groups. The youngest is ages 7 and under. The oldest is 40 and over and is divided into men and women.
Kenneth Albert Anderson, 73, passed away at his home in Henderson, Nev., on July 1, 2012, of natural causes.
He was born Nov. 28, 1938, in Riverside, the son of Claus Albert Anderson and Iris Wray Anderson Cammack.Â He grew up there and attended schools in Riverside and Moreland.Â He graduated from Snake River High School in May of 1955.
Â POCATELLO â€” Peritoneal Dialysis (PD), also called home dialysis, gives mobility to patients with End-Stage Renal Disease. The patients are taught how to treat themselves at home, at work and even while traveling.
As Brooks Barthlome explained, â€śI am hooked up to the home dialysis machine nine to 12 hours each night.â€ť
â€śItâ€™s a little inconvenient since the machine and all the supplies takes up about half the trunk space when we are traveling,â€ť said his wife, Andrea, â€śbut we are able to travel.â€ť Â
Brooks Barthlome, from Grace, has suffered from kidney disease since he was an infant.