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The Bluegrass Winter Tournament Association High Point Saddle Seat Equitation Award Winners


The BWTA held the final winter tournament of the 2005-06 season Sunday, March 12, at Lakeside Arena between Frankfort and Versailles, KY.  Following the completion of each division, high point awards were tallied and presented to the following: 


Walk, Trot, Canter - workout:  Brooke Trainer, Little Britian Stables

WTC - Adult:  Susan Scherrer, Sandy Run Stables 

WTC - 17 & under:  Paige Klee, Little Britian Stables

Specialty - Ali Smith, Justa Mere Stable

WT - Adult:  Quinn Bond, Spring Hill Stable

WT - 14-17:  Amy Hatfield, Spring Hill Stable

WT - 11-13:  Josh Scherrer, Sandy Run Stables

WT - 9-10:  Brenna Trainer, Little Britian Stables 

WT - 7-8:  Kirstie Buerkley, Little Britian Stables 

WT - 6 & under:  Kelsey Martin, Granite Hill Riding Academy 


Judge Sally McConnell also organized a very popular Junior Judging Contest. Winners were as follows: 


Junior Judging - 11 - 18 years

1st - Meaghan Creech

2nd - Bethany Kraatz

3rd - Lydia O'Brien

4th - Scarlett Springate

5th - Julie Greenlee 


Junior Judging - 10 & under

1st - Annabel Noe

2nd - Sharaya Cox

3rd - Angela Mangine

4th - Cali Mills 

5th - Brenna Trainer


The BWTA members would like to thank Brian Trainer, announcer; Tina Cox, special assistant to the secretary; and all of the many parents who helped to make our tournaments a success this winter! 


BWTA member stables are:  LeMaster Stables, Amy LeMaster, Ashland;  Wingait Stables, Donna Howard, Louisville;  Sandy Run Stables, Kim Smith, Hebron;  Justa Mere Stable, Mary Mac Lancaster, Frankfort;  Spring Hill Stable, Todd and Alison Walker, Georgetown;  Granite Hill Riding Academy, Doris Reed, Versailles;  and Little Britian Stables, Stephanie England-Grey, Burlington.     

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