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Standings As Of End Of Day Monday, August 21

OVERALL TRAINER

(Includes all ASB Performance, In Hand, Equitation, Pony and Roadster classes)
Most WCHS Wins # of Wins Most Top 3 Finishes # of Top 3 Placings
1st Majestic Oaks 10 1st Majestic Oaks 26
2nd Kalarama 5 2nd Kalarama 11
3rd DesMar 4 3rd Monnington 9
3rd Golden Creek Farms 4      
3rd Mercer Springs 4      

TRAINER

(Includes all ASB Performance, In Hand and Roadster classes)
Most WCHS Wins # of Wins Most Top 3 Finishes # of Top 3 Placings
1st Kalarama 5 1st Kalarama 11
2nd Autumn Hills 3 2nd Monnington 9
2nd Cater Stables 3 3rd Mercer Springs 7
2nd Mercer Springs Farm 3      

ASB SIRE

(Includes all ASB  Performance and In Hand classes)
Most WCHS Wins # of Wins Most Top 3 Finishes # of Top 3 Placings
1st Undulata's  Nutcracker 10 1st Undulata's Nutcracker 24
2nd Callaway's Northern  Kiss 4 2nd Callaway's Northern  Kiss 10
3rd Desert's Supreme Memories 3 3rd Designed 6
      3rd I'm  Lookin For You 6

HACKNEY PONY TRAINER

(Includes all Hackney Pony classes)
Most WCHS Wins # of Wins Most Top 3 Finishes # of Top 3 Placings
1st Majestic Oaks 10 1st Majestic Oaks 26
2nd Golden Creek Farms 4 2nd Golden Creek Farms 7
      3rd Chris Bowen 2

HACKNEY PONY SIRE

(Includes all Hackney pony classes)
Most WCHS Wins # of Wins Most Top 3 Finishes # of Top 3 Placings
1st Dun-Haven Regal  Attraction 4 1st Dun-Haven Regal Attraction 7
2nd Craycroft  Matador 2 2nd X-Treme 6
2nd Heartland Rain And Fire 2 3rd Craycroft Matador 5
2nd Twin Willow's McMillan 2      

PROFESSIONAL EXHIBITOR

(Includes all ASB Performance, In Hand and Roadster classes ridden or driven by a professional trainer)
Most WCHS Wins # of Wins Most Top 3 Finishes # of Top 3 Placings
1st Darrell Case 2 1st Lionel Ferreira 4
1st Steve Wheeler 2 2nd Smith Lilly 3
           

AMATEUR EXHIBITOR

(Includes all ASB  Performance, In Hand and Roadster classes ridden or driven by an amateur - No amateur exhibitor has more than one WCHS win at this time)
Most WCHS Wins # of Wins Most Top 3 Finishes # of Top 3 Placings
      1st Ali DeGray 2

    1st Anna Marie Knipp 2
      1st Barbara Manilow 2
      1st Laura Dozer Elliott 2
      1st McGee Bosworth 2

JUNIOR EXHIBITOR

(Includes all ASB Performance, In Hand, Equitation and Roadster classes ridden or driven by a jr. exhibitor)
Most WCHS Wins # of Wins Most Top 3 Finishes # of Top 3 Placings
1st Alex Rudder 3 1st Alayna Applegate 3
2nd Alayna Applegate 2 1st Alex Rudder 3
      2nd Maisie Benfield 2
      2nd Jordyn  Isgrigg 2
      2nd Ryan Visser 2

OWNER

(Includes all ASB Performance, In Hand and Roadster classes)
Most WCHS Wins # of Wins Most Top 3 Finishes # of Top 3 Placings
1st David Rudder 3 1st Helen Rich 4
2nd Helen Rich 2 1st David Rudder 4
2nd Rose Arbor Farm LLC 2 2nd Barbara  Manilow 3
2nd Tammy & Mitchell DeVore 2 2nd Diane Sembler Kamins 3
      2nd Golden Creek Farms 3

HACKNEY PONY PROFESSIONAL EXHIBITOR

(Includes all Hackney Pony classes driven by a professional trainer)
Most WCHS Wins # of Wins Most Top 3 Finishes # of Top 3 Placings
1st Maureen Campbell 4 1st Maureen Campbell 4
2nd Holli Hayes 1 2nd Abel Salazar 2
      2nd Holli Hayes 2

HACKNEY PONY AMATEUR EXHIBITOR

(Includes all Hackney Pony classes driven by an amateur)
Most WCHS Wins # of Wins Most Top 3 Finishes # of Top 3 Placings
1st Jeff McClean 4 1st Jeff McClean 5
      2nd Rudi Beneke 2
      3rd John Wrather 2

HACKNEY PONY OWNER

(Includes all Hackney Pony classes)
Most WCHS Wins # of Wins Most Top 3 Finishes # of Top 3 Placings
1st Golden Creek Farms 4 1st Golden Creek  Farms 7
2nd Sandra Surber 3 2nd Sandra Surber 5
3rd Helen Rich 2 3rd Charlotte Wrather 4

EQUITATION INSTRUCTOR

(Includes all Equitation classes)
Most WCHS Wins # of Wins Most Top 3 Finishes # of Top 3 Placings
1st DesMar 4 1st DesMar 5
      2nd Cape Cod Equestrian Center 4
      3rd Knollwood 3

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