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The Stallion Sweeps!

The Stallion Sweeps!

15 Top Stallions! 1 Winner Per Stallion!

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Academy Division

Ladies having fun in the Academy Division.

Photo by Stephanie Whitney

 

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Born This Way!

Born this Way!

Photo by Ross Millin

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5 Gaited WGC

WORLD’S GRAND CHAMPION 5 GAITED 

Top Of The Mark (123547S) (WGC, WC)

Tre Lee, up

CHTop Spool (WCC, WC) X Carol Lynn (BHF)

Owned by: Mary Gaylord McClean

Photo by Howie Schatzberg

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3 Gaited WGC

WORLD’S GRAND CHAMPION 3 GAITED

Tango's Token Kiss (124817G) (WGC, WC, RWGC)

Smith Lilly, up

Tango's Parting Kiss X CF Deny Me Not

Owned by: Grace Arnold LLC

Photo by Howie Schatzberg

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FH WGC

WORLD’S GRAND CHAMPION FINE HARNESS

Here Comes The Boom! (123322G) (WGC, WC, RWCC, RWC)

Elisabeth M. Goth, whip

Callaway's Northern Kiss X Madame Cost A'lot

Owned by: Elisabeth Goth LLC and/or Elisabeth M. Goth

Photo by Shiflet

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The Horse America Made

The Horse America Made!

Debbie Uecker-Keogh Photo

 

 

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National Pleasure Awards

5-Gaited Show Pleasure

3-Gaited Country Pleasure

Adult

Junior Exhibitor

3-Gaited Show Pleasure

Adult

Junior Exhibitor

Country Pleasure Driving

Show Pleasure Driving

Western Country Pleasure

Hunter Country Pleasure

* In the event that two or more horses have the same highest number of points, the horse with the most first place ribbons will be considered champion. In the event that two or more horses still have the same highest number of points, the horse with the most first place ribbons in an AAA show will be considered high point champion. If this still does not resolve the conflict, AA shows and A shows will be considered until the conflict is resolved.