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Plantation/Park Pleasure

Tornado Appeal and Chuck and Ruth Ann Spinelli top the Open Plantation/Park Pleasure category with 220 points earned in 24 outings this season. Great shows across Wisconsin netted 10 blue ribbons, eight red ribbons, and six yellow ribbons for a fantastic season which resulted in the High Point Championship.

Reserve in the high point standings goes to Caretaker’s Image and the Nichols family. Ted, Glenda and Brian all showed Caretaker’s Image this season as did Roger and Lisa Campbell. They made 21 performances in shows in Missouri, Arkansas and Illinois to earn 11 blue ribbons, five reds, and five yellows.

Doug Barnes and Chill earned a third place finish in the standings with 193 points, just two points behind the reserve champion in only 11 performances. Highlights included wins at Southern Championships, WHOA Kiwanis, Money Tree, Bethesda, Columbia, Gulf Coast and the Kentucky Celebration as well as a reserve world grand championship at the 2004 Celebration. Danielle Reed owns Chill.

Ronald and Terri Mosley took turns showing Classy Image as well as owner Gary Pope for a total of 15 performances, mostly in the Carolinas. Highlights include wins at the Southeastern Championship at McColl, SC., the South Carolina Championships, and the Foothills Classic in Dobson, NC.

Caprice’s Lady Gen and Mike Civils earned 149 points in 14 performances for the ownership of Civils and Coffey. Highlights of the season included wins from Big D, Louisiana Jubilee, Illinois Fall Classic, and Marshall, Texas’s Charity Lions Club Show.

Rounding out the top 10 high point champions are A Greater Generator and Jennifer Hankins, Miss Harley and Mike Maack, Bob Dillon’s Ebony Threat and Carl Dickson, Patriot Score and Brianna Dotson, Trip of a Lifetime and Jeff Givens, and Pride’s Commander Jake and Wallace Brandon.

Plantation Pleasure Lite Shod

The Lite Shod category was topped definitively by All Night and Bobby Richards. This talented team earned 319 points - 59 more than the nearest competitor in 23 performances - only one more than the nearest competitor. It was a great season with seven wins and five strong performances at the Celebration netting a third, a fourth and three fifths. Rhonda Martocci owned this High Point Report Champion.

Connie Waldo and her Drop The Hammer earned the reserve honors with 260 points earned in 22 performances. Highlights of the season include wins at Money Tree, Lynchburg, Lexington, Ala., Bedford County FFA, Eagleville, Grinder’s Switch, and the Greater St. Louis Horse Show.

Judge’s Golden Generator and Jessica Holmes earned third place honors with 247 points, only 13 behind the reserve champion earned in 20 performances. Their highlights include wins across the Carolinas at Stanly County, Florence Charity, ENCSC Inc Charity, North Carolina State Fair, NCWHLA Walking for the Children, and South Carolina Ladies Auxiliary Spring Show.

Pusher’s Beaming Pride and Howard Hamilton won the Lite Shod World Grand Championship. Owner Jim Nichols also won the Amateur Lite Shod Plantation Pleasure World Championship this season as well, not to mention three more reserve Celebration titles. In addition to an outstanding Celebration, Pusher’s Beaming Pride won classes at Magnolia Classic, the Trainers’ Show, and the Fun Show. This netted them 211 points in nine performances to finish in fourth in the High Point Report.

Jose Quervo Gold and Doug Barnes also had quite a season. Wins at the International, Southern Championships, Walking for the Children, Lewisburg, and the Trainers’ Show gave them enough points to earn fifth place in the Top 10 High Point Report. Ray and Yonko now own this talented entry.

Other outstanding lite shod top 10 finishers are Double Java and Scott Benham, Rainsong and Jeff Givens, Magic Illusionist and Jeff Givens, Silver’s Spinal Tap and Laurie Toone, They Call Me Junior and Kerry Fann, and Shaker’s Mr. Threat and Mike Maack. Amateur

Moving into the amateur category, the competition continues to be tight with only 26 points separating our champion and reserve champion. Diamonds & Cash and Richard Mitch come out on top with 167 points earned in 18 performances. Showing mostly in Missouri, Mitch and Diamonds & Cash netted seven blue ribbons in a stellar season including two wins at the Corn Belt Fall Classic.

Reserve honors in the High Point Report go to Command’s Wild Card and Abby Fox who earned their 141 points in only 10 performances. Wins at Upper Cumberland, Liberty Lions, Gainesboro, Tenn., North Carolina State Championships, and the Derby Day Classic made for a fun season for the entire Quentin Fox family.

Third place honors go to Eclectic and Brian Nichols who showed 15 times to earn 132 points and a third place finish. Highlights of their season include wins at Buffalo, Missouri, Missouri State Fair, HAWHA Spring Show, and the Ozark Festival.

JRB’s Tribute and Milly Player earn the fourth place finish after a terrific season with strong shows across the Carolinas and Virginia. Player/Buckney and Bumgardner own this talented entry.

Beverly McLeod and Pride’s Lady Di earned 118 points in nine performances including wins at Lenoir Optimist, North Carolina Foothills Jubilee, and the Curtis Hamilton Memorial to earn the fifth place finish in the High Point Report.

Rounding out the top 10 are Dirty Little Games and Brandi Todd, Lady’s Ebony Ace and Ronald Beltz, Dr. Perfect and Sandra Hodgson, Pride’s Flapjack and Lillian Gaines, Major Monkey Business and Truman Volkart, Spirited Rendezvous and Bill Branham, and Ultra Copy’s Dark Shadow and Chuck Cheek. Amateur Specialty

Jazz King and Ed Breedlove were crowned the winners in the amateur specialty division by earning 273 points in 15 performances - a tight finish in this year’s High Point Report. Breedlove and Jazz King won the Elite Owner Amateur Gentlemen Riders on Stallions World Championship and were the Reserve Elite Owner Amateur World Grand Champions. In addition, they earned wins at North Carolina State Championships, Gulf Coast, Belfast, Eagleville, McMinnville, the Kentucky Celebration, Southern Championships, Columbia Spring Jubilee and the National Trainers’ Show. Quite an impressive show season for our High Point Report champions!

Pushin That Jazz and Laura Brandon didn’t leave much room for error with two seconds and a third at the Celebration as well as wins at Eagleville, Mississippi State Charity, Money Tree, the Dixie Jubilee, Greater St. Louis and the International Grand Championship. In 14 performances they earned 259 points to finish as the Reserve High Point Report Champions.

John FK’s Pusher and Robin MacDonald showed a little less - 11 times - but earned 220 points to finish in third in the point standings. This talented team, who was this year’s Elite Owner Amateur World Grand Champions and Elite Ladies Stallions World Champions, also enjoyed wins at Southern Championships, Trainers’ Show, Gallatin, the Fun Show, Gulf Coast, South Carolina Walking Horse Ladies Auxiliary Spring Show, and Bethesda.

The Final Score was shown this season by both Crystal Letterman and Vickie Hughes Grindstaff to earn 197 points in 14 performances and fourth place in the final points race.

Mary (and occasionally Bob) Medina showed They Call Me Sir to the fifth place finish in the points race with a great season including a reserve world championship.

Other outstanding specialty winners include The Star of Sundance and Jack Morgan, Delightful Romeo and Glenda Nichols, Bound and Determined and Ed Breedlove, JFK Again and Jeanine Gullett, and Diamond Buster and Guylene Ozlanski. Amateur Stallions

Amateur Stallions points are hard to come by as not many shows break down our amateur classes by sex, but The Golden Sovereign earned two reserves at the Celebration to top the points with 45 points for Keith McSwain.

Mister Pushbutton was close behind with only one less point - 44 points from a first at the Fun Show and a third at the Celebration. Candie Butler shows this talented entry for her parents Mr. and Mrs. Glen Crutchfield.

Caresse Mills and Generator’s Champion earned third place in the point standings with their one stallion class - a win at the 2004 Celebration.

Dr. Perfect and Sandra Hodgson earned fourth place with two performances this season. Our fifth place points finisher was Pusher’s Black Hawk and Jaclyn Tillman. Amateur Mares and Geldings

Similarly, the points standings in the mares and geldings was also low with enough ties to present 28 horses for you to see here. All of these teams are outstanding and worthy of recognition.

Copy’s Touchtone and Robin MacDonald topped the points race with a first in the Alabama Jubilee and a reserve at the Celebration.

They Call Me Sir and Mary Medina earned the second place award with 46 points - one behind the winner - in three performances.

I’m Miss Congeniality finished in third place with 36 points earned in two performances. Amateur 15.2 & Under

The Amateur 15.2 & Under category was competitive with Sensational Premier and Latitha Oran earning 161 to win the division in 11 performances. Wins at Chestnut Hill, Upper Cumberland, Land O The Sky, Tazewell County Classic, Smoky Mountain Classic, South Carolina Ladies Auxiliary Spring Show, and Southern Championships highlighted the winning season.

Pure Tribute and Pam Ingraham are our reserve champions - only 12 points behind the champions - in 11 performances including two fifth place finishes at the Celebration. Wins at Greater St. Louis, Dickson, Gallatin, and Fayetteville made for a great season for our reserve winners.

Thom Meek and The Phantom Menace won classes at the Gulf Coast, the Fun Show, Pulaski and the International. They were also reserve at Woodbury and earned two third place finishes at the Celebration to amass 136 points for a third place finish in the point standings.

Gen’s Color Me In and Kim Trumble Sisk were 15.2 & Under Amateur Gelding World Champions and Reserve World Grand Champions to earn 57 points at the Celebration. Other outstanding shows this season earned them enough to get to 132, enough for a fourth place finish in the points race.

Dumas and Renee Carlton won classes at Alpha Gamma Rho, Alabama Ladies Auxiliary and Lawrenceburg, Tenn., to earn 119 points and a fifth place points finish.

Other outstanding 15.2 horses include Pushover & Lookout and Lucky Collins, Capone and Ginger Young, The Prime Suspect and Candra Shular, The American General and Keith McSwain, and Gossip and Candy Green. Amateur Four-Year-Old

The four-year-old competition was stiff but Suzanne Littell and Sky Jam broke through to soar away with the championship earning 182 points in 10 performances. Reserve world champions and finishing in third in the world grand championship, the talented team earned wins this season at Woodbury, the Fun Show and Mississippi State Charity to earn this coveted spot in the High Point Report. Bud Moore and Suzanne Littell own Sky Jam.

Boomer in Command and Andy Adkins won a world championship this year in one section of the amateur four-year-olds as well as winning seven other blue ribbons to earn 157 points and a second place finish in the High Point Report.

Olympic’s Supergizer claimed third in the point standings with 123 points earned with both Tyler Baucom and Joseph Bartholomew in the irons. Six blue ribbons in 11 good performances added up to a third place finish in the High Point Report.

Texas Salsa and Nancy Groover only showed six times this season, but they made it count earning 120 points to tie for fourth place finish in the points. Six blue ribbons out of six performances including a world championship made for a terrific season for the talented duo.

Also in fourth place is Rhythm N Rain and Sam Kite, who showed 10 times to earn 120 points including five blue ribbon performances.

He’s Dr. Cash and Melanie Barnett, and later Farrah McAlexander earned 117 points to finish in fifth place for new owners Larry and Farrah McAlexander.

Other outstanding four-year-old winners are I’m Silver Too and Rusty Hyneman, Fame’s Royal Rascal and Jennifer Brown, Major Desire and Bill Williams, A Screaming Eagle and Carol Jackson, Real Bad Score and Erin Graf, and JFK’s Ice Lady and Dan Rowsick. Amateur Three-Year-Old

Only nine points separates our champion and reserve champion in the three-year-old division. Edging out the competition by showing 12 times, I’m Game and Clay Mills earned 176 points to be named the High Point Report Champions. Lee Mills owns this talented entry who won classes at NCWHLA Walking For The Children, Foothills Classic, South Carolina Championships, South Carolina Ladies Auxiliary Spring Show, North Carolina State Championships and ENCSC Inc Charity Horse Show. Congratulations to our champions!

Reserve High Point Report Champions are Master of Jazz and Lee Wall. This talented team earned a third and fourth place finish at the Celebration as well as wins at Liberty Lions and Mississippi State Charity to command the second place finish.

Close behind by only three points, Jazzed Up and Brenda Bramlett showed 10 times to earn five blue ribbons including a world championship and in addition to a reserve world grand championship. Bramlett and Kelly Wilson own this talented youngster, at least for now.

It’s Taboo and Robin MacDonald earned 151 points to finish in fourth place in the points race. Highlights of their season include wins at Lexington, Ala., Magnolia Classic, Alabama Ladies Auxiliary and South Carolina Ladies Auxiliary Spring Show.

Peyton Manning and Gail Walling earned 149 points - only two points behind - to finish in fifth in the standings. This team earned eight blue ribbons this season as well as a third and sixth place finish at the Celebration.

Rounding out the top 10 three-year-olds are Mama’s Almighty Dollar and Michael Coleman, A Cloudy Sky and Judy Stanfill, Cash & Carry Little Girl and Danny Rylee, Miss Dumas Ebony and Sheila Groover, and Fame Seeker and Renee Carlton. Amateur Two-Year-Old

Shock Jock and Becky Coleman enjoyed a dream season including nine performances and nine blue ribbons including the amateur two-year-old world championship. Wins were earned at Winchester, Fayetteville, Magnolia Classic, Murfreesboro Exchange, Dixie Jubilee, International, Columbia and the Dixie Jubilee, and of course the Celebration. Congratulations Becky on a great season and on winning the Highpoint Report!

Paris Hilton and Debbie Williams turned heads all season long as well. Showing mostly in West Tennessee, this talented team earned wins at Chester County, Guntown, Hernando, Martin, Ripley, White Oak Classic, Faith Haven, Amory Kiwanis and Mid-South Horse Show Association’s Show. In 14 performances, they earned 130 points to finish in second place in the points standings.

Hey Hey Ole and Bob Medina showed seven times to earn 125 points to claim the third place finish. Also a Two-Year-Old Amateur World Champion, Hey Hey Ole was third in the world grand championship and also won this season at the Dixie Jubilee.

Reserve World Champion Jose’s Magical Lady and Heidi McWilliams enjoyed a good season highlighted by wins at Upper Cumberland, Gainesboro and the Fun Show to earn 116 points and fourth place in the High Point Report.

Rhythmic Jazz and Bruce Vaughn finish in fifth place by winning five blue ribbons this season as well as a fourth at the Celebration.

Rounding out the top 10 two-year-olds are Dr. In Command and Jamie Etheredge, A Touch of Pusher and Jackie Stotts, Kodachrome’s Choice Cut and Lynn Barham, A Flash of Lightning and Carolyn Miller, and Hand Command and Spud Warr. Amateur Show Pleasure

The Amateur Show Pleasure category was dominated by Insomnia and Keith Johnson - who won with 253 points - more than 100 more than the nearest competitor. World Champions and reserve world grand champions, this talented team also racked up 10 more blue ribbons to enjoy a stellar winning season. Congratulations to the entire Johnson family!

Gen’s Super Stroke and James Vernon also enjoyed a fun season this year racking up points at 12 shows across Tennessee and Mississippi. Two strong performances at the Celebration capped off a terrific year to earn them 147 points and a reserve finish in the High Point Report.

1-800-Collect and Joe Clift picked up the third place finish in the points with 140 points earned in 13 performances. Wins at Purchase Area, Faith Haven, Holly Springs, Chester County, Nettleton and Midsouth Horse Show Association’s Show rounded out the strong season.

I’m Armed and Lethal and Lee Wall earned four blue ribbons, a reserve, two thirds and a fifth to earn 138 points and a fourth place finish in our standings. Coin’s Black Stroke and Ashley Compton were only three points behind to finish in fifth with a world championship to their credit as well as a reserve world championship this season.

Other top 10 High Point Report champions are Extraordinary and Kathryn Ramsbottom, Ironworks Tin Man and Grant Jones, Midnight At The Ritz, Pride of Charger and Angela Tuck, Star’s Triple Charge and Kay Thompson, Coinmaker and Suzanne Littell and Guaranteed Delight and Ashley Adcock. Amateur Plantation/Park Pleasure

It’s Up In Arms and Darden Gladney ran away with the Amateur Plantation/Park Pleasure category earning 321 points - almost 90 more than the nearest competitor with an impressive 26 performances. Twenty-one blue ribbons this season says it all for this outstanding team. Congratulations on a fantastic season.

Metro Grand and Wayne Hall also had an impressive season with 233 points earned in 13 performances. Certainly, the Amateur Riders 50 & Over World Championship played a large role, but six other wins this season also added to the point total.

Landon Head and Rodney Dangerfield earned 144 points to finish in third place in the High Point Report. Wins at Hitch & Happy Charity, Jonesville, Piney Hills Classic, Mississippi State Charity and the International highlighted a terrific season for the pair.

Barrett and Austin Jones shared time in the saddle aboard Generator’s Flash Point to earn a total of 141 points in nine performances for a fourth place finish in the High Point Report. Barrett Jones enjoyed a reserve world championship to highlight the season.

Glenda, Brian and Ted Nichols took turns aboard Caretaker’s Image to show 14 times and earn 137 points. This gave them a fifth place finish in the point standings.

Other outstanding horses in this division include Busting With Charisma and Kendel Domres, Captive Heart and Bridget Rush, Collector’s Coin Operated and Maddy Jones, Mr. Chili Pepper and Ashley Pollack, Caprice’s Lady Gen and Barbara Civils, Skyline and Lacey Campbell, and Twentyfour Kt. Cash and Jenna Hamilton. Amateur Plantation Pleasure Lite Shod

The amateur lite shod category saw Connie Waldo and her Drop The Hammer top the standings earning 179 points in 10 performances. Wins at Walking For Education, Greater St. Louis, Mt. Pleasure, and Murfreesboro Exchange highlighted a terrific season. Congratulations to our High Point Report Champions!

Jose Quervo Gold showed four fewer times to earn 161 points to tie for the reserve spot in the High Point Report. Bob Lawrence showed him for most of the season to earn four blue ribbons and a reserve world championship. Jeff Ray now owns this talented entry who he went on to show to a win at the International and a reserve at the Southern Championships. Expect more in 2005 from this new team.

Regal’s Lady of Royalty and Samantha Green tied for the Reserve High Point Report Champion, also with 161 points, earned in 14 performances. Third and fourth place performances at the Celebration along with wins at Quentin Riding Club, Viriginia Celebration, and the Tri State Walking Horse Show made for a spectacular season for this beautiful pair.

All Night, now owned by Maddy Jones, places in fourth in our point standings. Shown during the year by both Rhonda and Bethany Martocci, All Night racked up a win at the International and a reserve world championship to highlight this spectacular year.

Trashadeous and Barbara and Jimmy Civils showed 11 times this season to earn 147 points and a fifth place finish in the points. Jimmy showed to a world championship to highlight the season in addition to four other blue ribbons this season.

Rounding out the top 10 High Point report champions are Silver’s Spinal Tap and Jared Carrier, Sparkling Generator and K.C. Hensley, Wired 440 and Rusty Carlton, Strictly Off The Record and Judy Sims, Armed Lady From Dixie and Wayne Westbrook, and A Red Ball Jet and Brandon Helms. Western Plantation Pleasure Lite Shod

Flame’s Rolling Thunder and Jana Woods rolled away with the Western Plantation Pleasure Lite Shod High Point Report earning 269 points in 28 performances. A special winner as one of the few West Coast horses that gets the opportunity to show often enough to stand out in a High Point competition, Flame’s Rolling Thunder netted 18 blue ribbons and nine reserves for an outstanding season which deserves our recognition. Congratulations to our winners!

Busting With Charisma was no slacker showing 25 times to net 15 blue ribbons and six reserves, with Kendel Domres and Lori Greenwood sharing time in the saddle. John and Cindy Linstedt own this champion who showed all across Wisconsin to earn the Reserve High Point Report title.

Drop the Hammer and Connie Waldo have shown up in multiple categories in the High Point Report, and here they earned 205 points to finish in third in western competition. Showing western 11 times to wins at Southern Championships, the Fun Show, the International and St. Louis, showcased this beautiful team to their best advantage.

My Papa’s Dandy Shadow, owned by Gliding Gaits Ranch, earned 198 points in 22 performances across Utah to finish in fourth in the High Point Report.

Sundrop’s Country Razen and Rebecca Cox showed 17 times in Wisconsin and Tennessee to earn 165 points and the fifth place finish in the point standings.

Rounding out the top 10 are A Classic Shot and Laurie Toone, That’s My Pride Jubilee and Shelby Foat, Judge’s Golden Generator and Jessica Holmes, Tornado Appeal and Ruth Ann Spinelli, and Dixie Anne In Command and Kirk Peters. Western Park Pleasure

Generator’s Power Pusher put the moves on the competition to pull away with the High Point Report championship. Earning 218 points - 60 more than the nearest competitor - Doug Barnes and Power Pusher highlighted their season with a reserve world grand championship as well as wins at Florida State Championship, Walking For Education, Bethesda, Mt. Pleasant, Columbia, Alabama Jubilee and the International.

Strike It Rich earned the reserve High Point Report finish with Howard Hamilton and Joe Dixon sharing time in the saddle. Both Hamilton and Dixon earned world championships and Hamilton returned to win a world grand championship on this talented entry.

Gen’s Magic Marker and Cindy Sullivan (and sometimes trainer Jeff Givens) showcased their talents nine times to earn 151 points and the third place finish in the High Point Report. Highlights of the season include a win at Belfast and a reserve world championship.

Hannah Pulvers and My Advice enjoyed 12 strong showings to earn 132 points and fourth place in the points race. Wins across California include Desert Classic, California Celebration, West Coast Trainers, Carousel Charity, and the TWHAC Pleasure Horse Fair.

Patriot Score was showed 11 times by Brianna Dotson and Dana Kanstul and Erika Soloman to earn 121 points and a fifth place finish in the High Point Report. Prominent wins include Carousel, West Coast Trainers and the California Celebration.

Rounding out the top 10 champions are CenTennial Surprise and Jenny Earhart, Bad News Gold Hard Cash and Trish Wooten and Jim Heiting, Rodney Dangerfield and Miles Irby, Double Your Money and Elizabeth Ottman, Captain Midnight and M arlene Lundgren, and Caprice’s Lady Gen and Mike and Barbara Civils. Western Trail Pleasure

The Western Trail Pleasure category was won by Kiss and Told, an entry owned and shown by Betty Chalfant, who showed 17 times across Washington to earn this exclusive title. Congratulations to our High Point Report Champions! In 17 performances, this talented team earned 15 blue ribbons and two reserves!

A Style File and Jared Carrier showed only eight times, but did it at double and triple point shows to earn 160 points and the Reserve High Point Report championship. Second and fourth place performances at the Celebration plus wins at the International spotlighted their outstanding season.

Mr. Jessie James and Ann Jameson earned 121 points to earn third in the High Point Report. Three wins at the International highlighted their season.

Connie Waldo and Ruby Who enjoyed much success this year to earn 111 points and a fourth place finish in the points race. Wins at the Fun Show and Greater St. Louis put the icing on the cake.

Royal Sparkling Gen, owned by Doug Toone was shown by Hunter Morgan, Joseph Abernathy, Jan Treat, Terri Naugle and Amanda Weaver to earn 100 points and a fifth place finish in the High Point Report.

Other outstanding trail horses are Nite Winds Bum and Sarena Westenhaver, Tried & True and Bill Marzinzik, Bad News Fantastic Cash and Brandon Urad, The Kid Rock and Charles Howard, Iced Sundrop and Hannah Pulvers, and Doc’s Taking Charge and Rhonda Martocci. English Trail Pleasure

Coppertop’s Miss Rachel tops the High Point Report English Trail Pleasure division. In 14 performances this season they earned 182 points - only 20 more than the reserve winner - in a tight points race. Tracy Fuller owns and shows this talented entries who showed all across East Tennessee and Kentucky. Highlights of the season include wins at Ocoee Classic, East Tennessee Classic, Crumley House Horse Show, and the Kentucky Celebration. Congratulations to our winners!

Bad News Fantastic Cash earned reserve honors in the High Point Report with riders including Brandon Urad, Fred Wangler, Sheila Denny, Miranda Denny, and Jessica Davis. Together they earned 162 points in 16 performances which included eight blue ribbons.

The Kid Rock, owned by Sue Dean, won the Amateur English Trail Pleasure World Championship this year. In addition Jayme Dean and Charlie Howard also took turns to earn a total of 152 points in eight performances to finish in third in the point standings.

The Lady of the Ritz, 2004’s Amateur English Trail Pleasure World Grand Champion, and Deborah Williams showed a total of nine times this season to earn six blue ribbons including three at the Celebration to earn fourth place in the High Point Report.

Papa’s Show Girl and Karla Massey won in Starkville, Miss., and then earned three great ribbons at the 2004 Celebration including a world championship and reserve world grand championship to finish in fifth place in the final standings.

Rounding out the top 10 english trail pleasure horses are Logsdon’s Rocket, Blond Ambition and Lisa Weaver, One Knight At A Time and Olivia Boyle, Eb’s 5 Star General and Madeline McCluer and Nite Winds Bum and Sarena Westenhaver.

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