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REPORT Leaderboard

Standings As Of End Of Day Tuesday, October 10

OVERALL TRAINER

(Includes all Park Saddle, Park Harness, English Pleasure, Pleasure Driving, Classic Pleasure Saddle, Classic Pleasure Driving, Western Pleasure, Hunter Pleasure, In Hand, Equitation (Saddle, Hunt and Western seats) and Roadster Classes)
Most WCHS Wins # of Wins
1st David Rand
14
1st Grove Pointe
14
2nd Cottonwood Creek
9
2nd Crystal Farms
9
3rd Hallmark Farms
8
4th Phil Fountain
7
4th Taylor River Farm
7
4th The River's Edge
7
4th Tommy Garland
7
5th Majestic Farms
6
6th Broadmoor 5
6th Legacy Stables
5
6th Merriehill Farm
5
7th Blackridge 4
7th Triumph Stables
4
8th Alicia Owens
3
8th Jennifer Hazen
3
8th Memory Lane Farm
3
8th Rick Gervasio
3
8th Shaughnessy Morris
3

OVERALL AMATEUR

(Includes all Park Saddle, Park Harness, English Pleasure, Pleasure Driving, Classic Pleasure Saddle, Classic Pleasure Driving, Western Pleasure, Hunter Pleasure, In Hand, Equitation (Saddle, Hunt and Western Seat) and Roadster Classes shown by an an amateur rider or driver)
Most WCHS Wins # of Wins
1st Murphy Lents
3
2nd Allyson Wandtke
2
2nd Amy Gendjar
2
2nd Andrea Godawa
2
2nd Deborah  Phelan
2
2nd Hannah Kelley
2
2nd Lila Tatar
2
2nd Lisa Cole
2
2nd Mallory Stacy
2
2nd Michelle Quinlisk
2
2nd Olyvia O'Brien
2
2nd Ron Skover
2
2nd Teri Brisco
2

OVERALL JUNIOR EXHIBITOR

(Includes all Park Saddle, Park Harness, English Pleasure, Pleasure Driving, Classic Pleasure Saddle, Classic Pleasure Driving, Western Pleasure, Hunter Pleasure, Equitation (Saddle, Hunt and Western seats), In Hand and Roadster Classes shown by a junior exhibitor rider or driver)
Most WCHS Wins # of Wins
1st Kerrianne Adamek
4
2nd Taylor Ladd
3
3rd Abagail Meyer
2
3rd Berkley Shingledecker
2
3rd Chloe Farischon
2
3rd Dalton Regehr
2
3rd Madeline von Ballmoos
2
3rd Victoria Walz
2

OVERALL OWNER

(Includes all Park Saddle, Park Harness, English Pleasure, Pleasure Driving, Classic Pleasure Saddle, Classic Pleasure Driving, Western Pleasure, Hunter Pleasure, In Hand and Roadster Classes)
Most WCHS Wins # of Wins
1st Dantree Farm
6
2nd Dianne & Murphy Lents
4
2nd
Elaine Olsen
4
2nd
William Haines
4
3rd
Berkley Shingledecker
3
3rd
Cindy Becker
3
3rd
Dragonsmeade 3
3rd
KerriAnne Adamek
3
3rd
Lora Lyons
3
3rd
Thomas & Theresa Brisco
3

OVERALL SIRE

(Includes all Park Saddle, Park Harness, English Pleasure, Pleasure Driving, Classic Pleasure Saddle, Classic Pleasure Driving, Western Pleasure, Hunter Pleasure, In Hand and Roadster Classes)
Most WCHS Wins # of Wins
1st Mizrahi 19
2nd Astronomicallee 8
3rd Futurity French Command
5
3rd HVK Bell Flaire
5
4th Man In Motion
4
4th Merriehill Home Stretch
4
5th And The Beat Goes On
3
5th Dragonsmeade Axios
3
5th Minion Millenium
3
5th Rowenda Boogie On Down
3
5th Serenity Masterpiece
3
5th The Couturier
3
5th Treble's Tanqueray
3
5th Tug Hill Whamunition
3
5th Whispering Whamunition
3

OVERALL PROFESSIONAL EXHIBITOR

(Includes all Park Saddle, Park Harness, English Pleasure, Pleasure Driving, Classic Pleasure Saddle, Classic Pleasure Driving, Western Pleasure, Hunter Pleasure, In Hand and Roadster Classes ridden or driven by a professional)
Most WCHS Wins # of Wins
1st Tim Roesink
8
2nd Whitney Bodnar
5
3rd Eric Antman
4
4th David Rand
3
4th Dwayne Knowles
3
4th Rick Gervasio
3
5th Alyssa Wick
2
5th John Hufferd
2
5th Kelly Kraegel
2
5th Mallory Mignot
2

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