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TWHAC High Point Awards Banquet



The Tennessee Walking Horse Association of California hosted their 2004 High Point Awards banquet on Saturday, November 18, 2004. In conjunction with the awards banquet, they hosted their general meeting and elections. The banquet was held at the historic Magic Lamp Restaurant.

The Magic Lamp has been a dining landmark in Southern California since 1955. It is located on the old Route 66 Highway, and it’s rustic décor of dark wood and brick evokes a feeling of warmth and relaxation.

After dining on a buffet dinner, the 2004 TWHAC President, Bobbie Parady, called the meeting to order. After the typical business of the meeting was handled, an election of the 2005 TWHAC Officers and Board of Directors was held.

The 2005 TWHAC Officers are: President, Marilee Moran; 1st Vice President, Demara Nuzum; 2nd Vice President, Donna Hughes; Secretary, Jonel Yelverton-Reis; Treasurer, Harriet Cappuccio. The 2005 TWHAC Board of Directors are: Sylvia Becraft, Adrianne Benham, Adrienne Cappuccio, Matt DiCambio, Bill Hartman, Ron Kascius, Michelle McDermott, John Parady, Melvin Parham, Kim Reed, and Carleen Redman.

At the conclusion of the meeting, the High Point awards were announced by category. Representatives of the Russ Thompson Stables, Golden West Farms, and the Step Aside Stables were on hand to gladly accept their awards.

SHOW HORSE

Open- 1. Motown Legend, Charles & Julie Wharton, 2. Walking On Thin Ice, Pat & Sue Harrington

Four Year Olds- 1. JFK's Irish Dream, Pat & Sue Harrington, 2. Gen's Red Twister, Donald Steves

Three Year Olds- 1. JFK's Top Aide, Kimberly Reed, 2. As Good As Elvis, Tammie Schamber

Two Year Olds- 1. Noon's Summer Breeze, Mark Drummond, 2. No One Qualifed

Amateur - 1. Motown Legend, Charles & Julie Wharton, 2. No One Qualified

Amateur Specialty- 1. General Custer, Nevada B Ranch, 2. Gold's Ritz & Famous, Joyce Hofstee

Junior To Ride- 1. Night Life, Joni Child, 2. Tennessee Extra Cash, Tammie Schamber

SHOW PLEASURE

Three Gait- 1. Gold's First Paige, Mike & Marilee Moran, 2. No One Qualified

Specialty- 1. Apocalypse, Joyce Hofstee, 2. Handy Jazz, Mike & Marilee Moran

Junior To Ride- No One Qualifed

PARK PLEASURE

Three Gait- 1. Patriot's Score, Dana Kanstul, 2. No One Qualified

Specialty- 1. Patriot's Score, Dana Kanstul, 2. Ebony's China Beach, John & Bobbie Parady

Junior to Ride- 1. Centennial Surprise, Jenny Earhart, 2. Patriot's Score, Dana Kanstul

Western- 1. Patriot's Score, Dana Kanstul, 2. My Advice, Mike & Marilee Moran

Four Year Olds- 1. Drop It, Joyce Hofstee, 2. My Advice, Mike & Marilee Moran

Three Year Olds- 1. Ebony's China Beach, John & Bobbie Parady, 2. No One Qualified

Two Year Olds- No One Qualified

LITE SHOD

Three Gait- 1. Double Java, Mike Chiappari, 2. Strictly Off the Record, Judy Sims

Specialty- 1. Strictly Off the Record, Judy Sims, 2. No One Qualifed

Junior To Ride- 1. Double Java, Mike Chiappari, 2. No One Qualifed

Western- No One Qualified

Four Year Olds- 1. Strictly Off the Record, Judy Sims, 2. No One Qualified

Three Year Olds- No One Qualified

Two Year Olds- No One Qualified

TRAIL PLEASURE

Three Gait- 1. Noon's City Lights, Matt DiCambrio, 2. No One Qualified

Two Gait- 1. Gen's Supreme Fury, Laura Weymuth, 2. Noon's City Lights, Matt DiCambrio

Junior To Ride- 1. Gen's Supreme Fury, Laura Weymuth, 2. Noon's City Lights, Matt DiCambrio

LITE SHOD PLEASURE

Three Gait- No One Qualified

Two Gait- 1. Double Pride's Legacy, Kathy Atwater, 2. The Gentleman Is Armed, Kathy Atwater

Junior To Ride- No One Qualified

SPOTTED HORSE

1. Chief Sierra, Frank & Linda Woodbury, 2. No One Qualified

FINE HARNESS- No One Qualified

VERSATILITY

1. The Gentleman Is Armed, Kathy Atwater, 2. Gen's Supreme Fury,. Laura Weymuth

HALTER

Weanlings- No One Qualified

Yearlings- No One Qualified

Two Years & Over- 1. Gen's Supreme Fury, Laura Weymuth, 2. The Gentleman is Armed, Kathy Atwater

AWARD TO RIDER

High Point Junior Rider- 1. Brianna Dotson, 2. Travis Schamber,

Equitation 1. Christy Coon, 2. Mike Moran,

Leadline- Ashley Cardenas, Arron Reis

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