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FWRHA High Point Award Winners

The following are winners in the Florida Walking & Racking Horse Association's Annual High Point Awards, presented on Saturday, January 21, 2012, at Lake Louisa State Park in Clermont, Fla.

Model Walking & Racking
1. Princess Speed - Amber Sinopoli

AOT Country Pleasure
1. Smarty's Gone An Done It - Wayne Van De Walker

Country Pleasure Four & Under
1. My Extra Bucks - Joan Birdsall

Country Pleasure Amateur
1. Jose's Hannah Montana - Kasey Kesselring

Country Pleasure Western
1. Smarty's Gone An Done It - Wayne Van De Walker
2. Command's Sensation Ace - Flo Vineyard

Easy Gait Amateur Specialty
1. Cash Is Grand - Gail Hart
2. Command's Sensation Ace - Flo Vineyard

Lead Line
1. T. Bomb - Sophia Hardat
1. Cash Is Grand - Kira Hart & Taylor Zimmerer

Park Performance Specialty
1. Annaleese - Carol Wakefield

Stock Seat Equitation
1. Jose On The Bay - Mary palmer
2. Princess Speed

Trail Pleasure Walking Amateur Four & Under Specialty
1. Contemporary Jazz - Kasey Kesselring

Walking 4 & Under Specialty
1. Inception - Kailin Kesselring

Walking Open Specialty
1. Splash Patrol - Kasey Kesselring

Walking Show Pleasure Specialty
1. Bold Reaction - Kailin Kesselring

Youth Country Pleasure
1. Jose's Hannah Montana - Kailin Kesselring
2. Whos' Breathless - Alex Conklin

Country Pleasure 11 & Under Specialty
1. Princess Speed - Sydney Hardat

Youth Easy Gait 11 & Under
1. Princess Speed - Melanie Wright
2. Princess Dumas - Christian Hardat

Youth Easy Gait 12-17
1. Fine Art's Mona Lisa - Shelby Ratliff

Youth Equitation
1. Fine Art's Mona Lisa - Shelby Ratliff
2. Repeat's Color Me In - Christy Morrison

Youth Trail Pleasure Walking Specialty
1. Repeat's Color Me In - Skyler Berk
2. Who's Breathless - Alex Conklin

Youth Walking Specialty
1. Jazzy Sally - Kailin Kesselring


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