Ronnie Kent grew up on a farm where his father raised horses and used them for work. It is very close to where he and Vickie live now. Ronnie has two sons, Brad and Brian and a daughter, Gina. He has enjoyed riding horses since 1982. That was the year Gina got her first horse and began competing at open shows. Three years later, his oldest son, Brad, got involved in the show scene, so ronnie decided to start showing with him. They had two horses showing - Miss Pressive and a stud, Cee James Caan, who they used for raising foals. Ronnie's next purchase was a mare named Miss Good Cookie. He bought this mare from Stanley and Susan Scott of Ocala, Florida. Miss Good Cookie earned a Superior in both Amateur and Open Western Pleasure and she was the first horse Ronnie qualified for the AQHA World Show. She is now one of the top broodmares at RV Quarterhorses. Ronnie showed I'll Be RV Radical and brought home a Reserve World Championship in Performance Mares at the 2008 Bayer Select World Show, as well as a 5th place in Trail.
In 2009, Ronnie and BeBe brought home the Select World Championship title in Trail. They were also the 2008 High Point winners in Amateur Western Pleasure, Junior and Open Trail and the Reserve High Point Junior All Around Champions.
Vickie Kent started her life with horses as a young girl, when she and her brother decided to use their lunch money to buy, and then board and upkeep. Soon, Vickie began showing at local shows. Vickie has three daughters, Christie, Michelle and Jamie. They all showed horses, each beginning their show careers at five years old, competing at open shows. Vickie enjoyed hauling her daughters to shows and watching them compete. She even made all of their show clothes. In 1992, Vickie was lucky enough to get a nice young stud colt from a cross between the mare, Dun Won It and the stud, Zips Poco Pine. Having bred, raised and shown Quarter Horses for 20 years, Vickie felt she had a great prospect. The young colt's name was Zips Dun Won It. By the time this colt reached two years old, he was 16 hands, handsome, and a pleasure to be around. He was also awesome to ride. Vickie won most of the major AQHA and NSBA futurities in the Southeast on Zips Dun Won It.
In 2008, Vickie & Wonit Ona RV Version won the Featherlite Amateur All Around High Point, the Amateur Performance Gelding and Amateur Trail. In 2009, Vickie and Wonit Ona RV Version won the Bayer Select World Championship in Showmanship.