Paul Gonya

Owner at Oklahoma Stud Ranch

Location:
17227 State Highway 74, Purcell, Oklahoma, United States
Company:
Oklahoma Stud Ranch
HQ Phone:
(405) 527-2188
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Last Updated 8/7/2015

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Affiliations

Board Member  - Pacific Coast Quarter Horse Association

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Paul Gonya
Owner Paul purchased the ranch in 2006. A successful businessman from San Diego, California, Paul has a diverse background in banking, real estate development, and custom home building. His love and interest in the horse business began some 15 years ago. He has been actively involved in showing, breeding and raising Quarter Horses. While owning the stallion Manwiththemoves, Paul was involved in Stallion Row at the All American Quarter Horse Congress and served on the Pacific Coast Quarter Horse Association Board. Paul has shown his horse, Docs Pleasure Drug, with much success to include wins at the All American Quarter Horse Congress and multiple top ten finishes at the AQHA Select World Show. He has two beautiful daughters and three grandchildren.

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Paul Gonya
Owner Paul purchased the ranch in 2006. A successful businessman from San Diego, California, Paul has a diverse background banking, real estate development, and custom home building. His love and interest in the horse business began some 15 years ago. He has been actively involved in showing, breeding and raising Quarter Horses. While owning the stallion Manwiththemoves, Paul was involved in Stallion Row at the All American Quarter Horse Congress and served on the Pacific Coast Quarter Horse Association board. Paul has shown his horse Docs Pleasure Drug, with much success to include wins at the All American Quarter Horse Congress and multiple top ten finishes at the AQHA Select World Show. He has two beautiful daughters and three grandchildren.

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The Alpine Sun - San Diego Neighborhood Newspapers

Waitley, Paul Gonya, 66, and Kenneth Stroud, 54, are all on five years probation.
Gonya and Stroud have also paid their required $100,000 restitution. Gonya moved to Oklahoma and was eligible to work at Oklahoma Stud, a horse breeding ranch in Purcell, Okla., while living in a detention facility in Oklahoma City that is run by Avalon Correctional Services, according to records. Oklahoma Stud was purchased in January 2006 by Gonya Enterprises, Inc. Both Waitley and Gonya were sued earlier this year for fraud and making fraudulent transfers of money by a company they both did business with years earlier. Dartmouth Development Company, Alpine Associates, and Stagecoach Associates are seeking damages from both men. The company has been unable to serve Gonya with a copy of the lawsuit and they have received several extensions by a San Diego Superior Court judge. A hearing is set for Sept. 24 and the plaintiffs could get a $50 sanction if they have not served Gonya with the lawsuit by then. The lawsuit could proceed against Waitley, but it cannot go forward if Gonya cannot be served. "Gonya is a convicted felon who personally gave orders for fraudulent transfers," stated one allegation in the suit. Both Waitley and Gonya served as elected members of the Alpine Planning Group, but Waitley and Gonya lost their bids for re-election respectively in 2006 and 2004. Both Waitley and Gonya served as elected members of the Alpine Planning Group, but Waitley and Gonya lost their bids for re-election respectively in 2006 and 2004. Her restitution of $25,000 was paid by Gonya as he said he didn't think she should have ever been charged.

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