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AHHS Medallion High Point Winners Announced



 

AHHS Medallion High Point results for the 2005/2006 competition year have been finalized. Points for these awards were accumulated in Medallion classes held throughout the USA from October 1, 2005 through September 30, 2006.

 

The following junior members of AHHS will be recognized Friday, November 17 at the UPHA/American Royal National Championships during the AHHS-sponsored BBQ following the mid-day performance. All Medallion finalists, their trainers, and families are encouraged to attend. Winners who cannot be present to receive their award in Kansas City should send a representative to the BBQ or e-mail showhackneys@aol.com with a complete mailing address.

 

Congratulations to the following:

 

Pleasure Pony Under Saddle Medallion

CH – Jessica Randall

RES – Aliyah Asch

3rd - Avis Van Zomeren

4th – Devin Curran

5th – Nicole Laroussa

6th – Brittany Logan

7th – Morgan Brison

8th – Courtney Ledo

 

Pleasure Driving Medallion

CH – Will Mayo

RES – Katie Sharp

3rd – Christjon Sannes Mielke

4th – Michelle Herron

5th – Megan Heath

6th – Jessica Wise

7th – Ali Judah

8th – Alicia Harris

 

Roadster Pony Under Saddle Medallion

CH – Tori Newberry

RES – Crystal Case

3rd – Michelle Herron

4th – Megan Heath

5th – Caitlin Leith

6th (tie) – Tory White

6th (tie) – Sawyer Thommes

8th – Shelby Reimer

 

Roadster Pony to Bike Medallion

CH – Laura Edwards

RES – Rachel Machamer

3rd – Jeb Boyd

4th – Conner Leith

5th – Max Kaplan

6th – Ali DeGray

7thLogan Jones

8th – Paige McQuown

 

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