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2011 WHOA/TWHBEA Academy and Preview High Point Winners



The following are the results of the 2011 WHOA/TWHBEA Academy & Preview program.

Rider - Points

Academy Showmanship

1. Carmen Ray - 14
2. Emily Bishop - 7
3. Kasey Hines - 5

Academy 12-17 Flat Shod Specialty
1. Andrew Morris - 10
2. Keeley Carr - 8
2. Breanna Mosley - 8

1. Haison Hopkins - 13
2. John Morgan Thomas - 7
2. Natalie Vaughn - 7
3. Emily Bishop - 4

Academy Walk Only
1. Hannah Hollingsworth - 20
2. Jenna Zehr - 8

Academy 11 & Under Performance
1. Haison Hopkins - 9
2. Hunter Wilhelm - 8

Academy Open Flat Shod or Performance Canter
1. Kaitlyn Rippy - 10
1. Carmen Ray - 10

Academy Equitation Specialty
1. Anna Barreiro - 20
2. Haison Hopkins - 11
3. Carmen Ray - 7

Academy 12-17 Performance Specialty
1. Anna Barreiro - 20

Academy 8 & Under Flat Shod Specialty
1. Hannah Hollingsworth - 10
1. Maya Mills - 10
2. John Morgan Thomas - 9
3. Christian Hardat - 7

Academy Adult Flat Shod
1. Hector Qin - 13
2. Dave Hardat - 9

Academy 9-11 Flat Shod
1. Haison Hopkins - 17
2. Melanie Wright - 11
3. Vaness Mills - 10

Academy Equitation Pattern Open
1. Anna Barreiro - 20
2. Haison Hopkins - 11
3. Carmen Ray - 9

Academy Western Flat Shod Specialty
1. Carmen Ray - 15
2. Caleb Hattendorf - 8
3. Hunter Wilhelm - 6

Preview Four & Under Flat Shod Specialty
1. Pantera, Maggie Moore - 9
2. Bubbly, Jackie Osborne - 6
3. Mikimoto Pearl, Cindy Adams - 5
3. Benny, Jr., Wayne & Sandra Barnes - 5
3. A Catalyst, Alexis King - 5

Preview Country Pleasure
1. Nothing But Blue Sky, Howard & Fieth - 8
2. Outback Express, Sarah Keenan - 6
2. My Stormy Pride, Womack Stables - 6
3. Black Devil Collector, Barbara Civils - 3

Preview Trail Pleasure Specialty
1. Pantera, Maggie Moore - 7

Preview Flat Shod Open Specialty
1. Nothing But Blue Sky, Howard & Fieth - 8
2. Black Devil Collector, Barbara Civils - 7
3. Benny, Jr., Wayne & Sandra Barnes - 6

Preview Youth Flat Shod Specialty
1. Black Devil Collector, Barbara Civils - 14
2. A Catalyst, Alexis King - 11

Preview Equitation Canter
1. Allison Thorson - 12
2. Kathryn Crick - 7
2. Alexis King - 7

TWHBEA / WHTA Youth Challenge
1. Allison Thorson - 10







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