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ASHAG/UPHA Chapter 17 Awards Banquet and Pro-Am Kick Off Auction



ATLANTA, Ga. - On Jan. 26, 2008, members and exhibitors from UPHA Chapter 17 and ASHAG held their annual awards banquet and the Pro-Am Benefit Horse Show Kick Off Auction. Everyone gathered at the historic Anthony’s Fine Dining in Atlanta, Ga. Anthony’s is known not only for its great food but for its venue – three wooded acres just minutes from downtown housed in a historic plantation home that is over 200 years old and comes with its own ghosts!

         

The evening began with the cocktail hour when everyone got a chance to catch up and bid on the silent auction items. After mingling, dinner was served and the live auction was held with great items including a full bumper signed by NASCAR driver Brad Keselowski, a driver for Dale Earnhardt Jr. (JR Mororsports), Fennell’s bridle, full color page in Saddle Horse Report or Horse World, 16 x 20 photo collage by Doug Shiflet, two roundtrip Airtran tickets and many other great things.

 

Pro-Am Leadership, Manager Scott Snider, VP Amanda

Ward, Sec. Tracy Marshall, Treas. Deidre Davis and 2008

Pres. Jim Henderson worked hard on the Pro-Am Kickoff

Auction raising almost $10,000.

 

After the auction the raffle drawing was held for the ATV that had been donated. Gary Hollowell drew the winning ticket and Barb Goda’s name was called.

 

Barb Goda showed off her new ATV

in rebel fashion.

 

It was quite a night for the Goda family as later in the evening John Goda Jr., was awarded the Frank Kennedy Humanitarian Award, Barb Goda was inducted into the UPHA Chapter 17 Old Milton Hall Of Fame and John Goda III received the UPHA Chapter 17 Trainer Achievement Award. (see separate story) Also honored for his many years of service was Jim Ruwoldt who was inducted into the ASHAG Hall Of Fame. (see separate story) Preceding these special awards were the ASHAG High Point awards and UPHA Chapter 17 awards.

 

ASHAG 2007 High Point Awards Performance Divisions

Five Gaited Amateur

 

 

Champion

Lawman

Cindy Wagoner

Reserve Champion

Carmel Delivery

Tanya Schilling

 

 

 

Five Gaited Juvenile

 

 

Champion

Commander’s Gunsmoke

Alexandria Walker

 

 

 

Five Gaited Open

 

 

Champion

Class Act Too

Randy & Lauretta Weaver

 

 

 

Three Gaited Juvenile

 

 

Champion

Champagne’s Supreme Fox

The Gunby Family

 

 

 

Three Gaited Open

 

 

Champion

Attache’s Elegance

Jo Waddell

 

 

 

Roadster Horse to Bike

 

 

Champion

Pistol Pete

Arlie Fiveash & Ann Reeves

Reserve Champion

Mighty Yo Yo

Pete & Ann Reeves

 

 

 

Road Pony Amateur

 

 

Champion

Rocketman

Arlie Fiveash & Ann Reeves

Reserve Champion

The Talk of the Town

Pete & Ann Reeves

 

 

 

Road Pony Under Saddle

 

Champion

Heartland Masterpiece

Pete & Ann Reeves

Reserve Champion

So Irresistable

Shelby Reimer

 

 

 

Road Pony Juvenile

 

 

Champion

Jose Cuervo

Shelby Reimer

 

 

 

Road Pony Open

 

 

Champion

Unexpected Lovin

Arlie Fiveash & Ann Reeves

 

 

 

ASB Country Pleasure Amateur

 

Champion

Daytime Commander

Judy England Sanders

Reserve Champion (TIE)

Manhattan’s Review

Rebecca Babcock

 

Krissia

Jeanie Waddell

 

 

 

ASB Country Pleasure Juvenile

 

Champion

Cha-Ching Cha-Ching

Alexandria Walker

 

 

 

ASB Country Pleasure Driving

 

Champion

Azoria

Kelley Hollowell

 

 

 

ASB Western Pleasure

 

 

Champion

New York Fire

Jan Henderson

Reserve Champion

Cha-Ching Cha-Ching

Alexandria Walker

 

 

 

ASB Hunter Pleasure

 

 

Champion

Manhattan’s Review

Rebecca Babcock

Reserve Champion

Cha-Ching Cha-Ching

Alexandria Walker

 

 

 

ASB Five Gaited Show Pleasure

 

Champion

Slo Gait’s Will to Win

Payton Gunby

 

 

 

ASB Three Gaited Pleasure Amateur

 

Champion

CSF Supreme Memories

Judy Brown

Reserve Champion

Rock Ripper

Brenda Cormier

 

 

 

ASB Three Gaited Pleasure Juvenile

 

Champion

Columbia Buckaneer

Shelby Reimer

Reserve Champion

Radiant Success

Kaylee Norman

 

 

 

ASB Show Pleasure Driving

 

Champion

Better Worry

Scott Halpern

 

 

 

Hackney Pleasure Pony Driving

 

Champion

Heartland Rare Treat

Pete & Ann Reeves

Reserve Champion

Vindicator’s Streaker

Arlie Fiveash & Ann Reeves

 

 

 

ASB Park Pleasure

 

 

Champion

The Crimson King

Jeanie Waddell

 

 

 

ASB Park Amateur/Juvenile

 

Champion

Protector

Dylan Hines

Reserve Champion

What’s Your Fancy

Melinda Jenkins

 

 

 

ASB Racking

 

 

Champion

Commander’s Gunsmoke

Alexandria Walker

 

 

 

English Pleasure Pony WTC (17 & Under)

 

Champion

Sebastian

Lyla Walker

 

 

 

English Pleasure Walk/Trot (12 & Under)

 

Champion (TIE)

Long John’s High Lite

J. David Chestnut

 

Radiant Success

Kaylee Norman

 

 

 

Equitation Walk/Trot (10 & Under)

 

Champion

Isabella Bertollini

 

Reserve Champion

Lily McNair

 

 

 

 

Equitation (17 & Under)

 

Champion

Katelyn Chatham

 

Reserve Champion

Shelby Reimer

 

 

 

 

American Saddlebred Horse Association State Pleasure Awards

 

 

 

ASB Country Pleasure Amateur Award

 

Daytime Commander – Judy England Sander

 

 

 

 

ASB Country Pleasure Juvenile Award

 

Cha-Ching Cha-Ching – Alexandria Walker

 

 

 

 

ASB Show Pleasure Amateur Award

 

CSF Supreme Memories – Judy Brown

 

 

 

 

ASB Show Pleasure Juvenile Award

 

Columbia Buckaneer – Shelby Reimer

 

 

 

 

Country Western Pleasure

 

New York Fire – Jan Henderson

 

 

 

 

Hunter Country Pleasure

 

Manhattan’s Review – Rebecca Babcock

 

 

 

 

Five Gaited Show Pleasure

 

Slo-Gait’s Will To Win – Payton Gunby

 

 

 

 

Show Pleasure Driving –

 

Better Worry – Scott Halperin

 

 

 

 

Country Pleasure Driving

 

Azoria – Kelley Hollowell

 

 

 

 

 

High Point Trainer Awards

 

1st – Impossible Dream Farm

 

2nd – Bobby Taylor

 

 

3rd – Ward Stables

 

 

4th – Reimer Stables

 

 

5th - Lisa Rosenberger

 

 

 

 

 

Amateur Owner/Trainer Awards

 

Champion

Donna Walker

 

Reserve Champion

Rebecca Babcock

 

 

 

 

ASHAG 2007 High Point Awards Academy Divisions

 

 

 

Academy Saddle Seat Equitation Walk/Trot 8 & Under

Champion

Lyla Walker

 

Reserve Champion

Sydney Matheny

 

 

 

 

Academy Saddle Seat Equitation Walk/Trot 9 & 10

Champion

Jamie Hopkins

 

Reserve Champion

Morgan Wright

 

 

 

 

Top 5 Champion Emily Ann Gunby

 

 

 

 

Academy Saddle Seat Equitation Walk/Trot Adult

 

Champion

Barbara Hopkins

 

Reserve Champion

Leigh Bishop

 

 

 

 

Academy Saddle Seat Showmanship Pleasure Walk/Trot 8 & Under

Champion

Lyla Walker

 

Reserve Champion

Sydney Matheny

 

 

 

 

Academy Saddle Seat Showmanship Pleasure Walk/Trot 9 & 10

Champion

Jamie Hopkins

 

Reserve Champion

Morgan Wright

 

 

 

 

Top 5 Champion Emily Ann Gunby

 

 

 

 

Academy Saddle Seat Showmanship Adult

 

Champion

Barbara Hopkins

 

Reserve Champion

Leigh Bishop

 

 

 

 

Academy Leadline Walk/Trot 8 & Under

 

Champion

Ashleigh Wright

 

Reserve Champion

Sophia Ames

 

         

Seen at the ASHAG Awards Banquet:

 

Chan Sutton and Emily and Lily McNair celebrated

Lily’s high point award for completing her first

show season in walk-and-trot equitation.

 

Melissa and Lisa Heres-Rosenberger and

Alexis Landreth celebrated the evening,

accepting several high point awards.

 

The Impossible Dream Farm gang took home

a ton of awards led by trainers John Goda III

and Jeanie Waddell.

 

Shelby Reimer joined Nancy Leslie after each

won high point awards in the road pony division.

 

Melinda Jenkins took a moment out from

presenting the awards to accept her high point

award for What’s Your Fancy from Tracy Marshall.

 

Nelda and Steve Old made the trip down from

Happy Valley Stables to take part in the evening.

 

The Fairhope Stables group enjoyed

the evening’s festivities.

 

The Friday Farm girls Isabella Bertolani and

Katelyn Chatham swept the equitation division,

winning the 10 and under walk and trot and

the 17 and under respectively.

 

Tracy Marshall presented Scott Halperin with

several awards including the ASHA State Pleasure

Driving Champion award for Better Worry.

 

John Goda III, Lisa Heres-Rosenberger, Susan Reimer,

Audrey Ward, Tori Newberry (accepting for Bobby Murphy

at Pete Reeves Stables) and Jeanie Waddell were on hand

to accept the High Point Trainers’ Awards.

 

Amanda Ward presented Sallie Turner-Tonguet with

the UPHA Chapter 17 Amateur Sportsmanship Award.

 

Jan Henderson accepted the UPHA Chapter 17 Ambassador Of

The Year Award honoring New York Fire from Amanda Ward.

 

Ann Reeves and Arlie Fiveash earned a multitude

of high point and UPHA year-end awards for

their successful season with their talented

Hackney ponies and roadsters.

 

Lyla Walker and Sydney Matheny posed with their

trophies for the Academy 8 and Under High Point.

 

 




 

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