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Mid Ohio Walking Horse Association Holds High Point Banquet

Posted March 28, 2002
COLUMBUS, Ohio - The Mid Ohio Walking Horse Association held its annual High Point Awards Banquet on January 26, 2002 in Columbus, Ohio. Honors were given to those member nominated horses competing in 2001 at the club’s shows, including the MOWHA Spring Spectacular, The Pleasure Trials, the MOWHA Fall Round Up, as well as several other affiliated shows. The banquet arrangements, which included a new, luxurious location and a wonderful prime rib buffet, were made by Sandra Dennis to the great appreciation of the MOWHA members.

Winning several categories in 2001 were Twist Of Genius, Plantation Pleasure, Plantation Pleasure Specialty, and Versatility awards for Mag Ranft. She’s Dynamite, owned by Diana Jors won the Trail Pleasure Western Specialty, Spotted Saddle Horse Pleasure, and Overall High Point Horse categories. Other horses awarded multiple blue ribbon honors included Traveler’s Edition, owned by Carolyn Andrews, Genius Gift Of Class, owned by Mark and Deb Matson, Genius Boy’s Odyssey, owned by Karen and Rich Shutz, and Wise Fantasy, owned by Mag Ranft.

Jim Potter of Jim Potter Stables was honored as the High Point Trainer of the Year. The overall high point horses for the year were She’s Dynamite, owned by Diana Jors, in the Walking Horse division and A Scandalous Affair, owned by Mary Ann Inskeep in the Open Show division. Lindsey Kittle was Overall High Point Youth for 2001. For more information log on to

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