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Candids of the Week

The Skyline Stables family traveled to Blue Ridge and returned to Illinois with several championships including Maya Manilow’s winning rides in the Amateur Three-Gaited and Amateur Five-Gaited Championships. She is pictured with Donna Smith and mom, Barba Goodman Manilow.

Guy’s Night Out and Chandra Nolan were met by trainer Wendy Winstead after they were named Mercer County Fair’s Adult Show Pleasure Reserve Grand Champions.

Jamie O'Rourke, Shirley O'Gorman and Herbert V. Kohler, Jr. enjoyed the public debut of the Kohler Four-In-Hand Team at the New England Regional.

Beth Harris and Marilyn Macfarlane celebrated with Haley Tolliver after she won the Adult Three-Gaited Show Pleasure Championship with CH Music Of The Heir at Blue Ridge.

It was a great week at New England for the Gatewood/Gendjar family as six of them competed for numerous top honors for their DanTree Farm under the direction of David Rand.

Alexa and Coen Noble both won at Mercer County Fair. Alexa and Baxter Black swept the adult show pleasure division and Coen earned blue with Bailey in the lead line class.

The entries directed by Broadmoor's Stacey Myers, Mike Goebig and Dwayne Knowles enjoyed a stellar show at New England including Allyson Wandtke's fourth consecutive Ladies Park Saddle win with Love Her Madly.

Becky Westberg and Reedann’s Phire Sale won the Country Western Pleasure Championship at Mid-states Horse & Pony show. Shown here with Reedannland trainer Scott Wendt.  Phire Sale continues to be at the top in the western division and is just a junior horse.

Unzipped and Ashley Wheaton swept the Morgan Junior Exhibitor English Pleasure Championship and qualifier at Blue Ridge Classic under the Cater Stables banner.

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