Rex Whiteoak Obituary, Death Cause – We are sorry to be the bearers of such sad news, but we have to let you know that Mr. Rex Whiteoak has gone away. Rex was an essential supporting character throughout the entirety of the show’s run, which spanned a number of years. His lifetime fixation was on the Shire horse, and he was quite delighted with the many horses he bred with the Crossburn prefix.
The Shire horse was his lifelong interest. After a certain point in his life, it was obvious to everyone that he was enthusiastic about his ornamented harness, and he took great pride in it. During this difficult time, Ann and the rest of the family are in our thoughts, and we want them to know that we are sending our best wishes their way. This page will be updated with further information regarding the funeral service as it becomes available.
At the Ryedale show, where I was presenting a filly as a yearling, he came with Frank Pickles to assist me with the presentation. That was the first time that our paths had ever intersected. This is quite upsetting information to learn. During this trying time, his family is in my thoughts and prayers as we all go through this together. Please accept my condolences. Throughout the entirety of the showing season.
I found myself looking forward to our conversations with a great degree of excitement and anticipation. There is always a tale to tell, and almost all of them are entertaining in some manner. There was once a gentleman whose tales I could have sat and listened to for the duration of a single day if given the opportunity. I ask that you will accept my deepest condolences on behalf of his family and loved ones.