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Fun, Sun & Horses at Florida State Championships



by Kasi Hensley

TAMPA, Fla. – The FWRHA State Championships and WHOA Versatility Championships enjoyed a fun and sunny two-day event with excellent examples of walking, racking and spotted horses. Jamie Hankins served as the judge for this year’s show.

The Kesselring family entries proved to be a force to be reckoned with, earning 14 titles with seven horses. The Kesselring family owned the most winning horse of the weekend, Hitch, who captured a total of four wins. The Kesselring family also owned the Florida State Grand Champion He’s Our Duramax, with Wayne Dean in the irons for the win. Hard Rock Farms also walked away with its fair share of blue: 16 titles with eight horses.

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