May 22, 2012
The 2012 NHHR Honor Riders display a cross-tribal force representing varied nations including, Hopi, Navajo, Pima and Japanese on opening day. Pictured left to right are Reggie Curry, one of the original Honor Riders from Lower Mungapi-Tobacco Clan; Michael Kotutwa Johnson, new recruit to NHHR-Kykotsmovi-Fire Clan; Byron Poocha, original Honor Rider, First Mesa/Blackwater, Deer Clan-Akimel Clan; Nolan Dempsey, original Honor Rider-Towering House Clan-Oaksprings, Ariz.; and TeChan-Japanese, a former veteran from Kykotsmovi who has lived and worked on the Hopi Reservation for over 20 years.
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