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Congratulations to Moctezuma Stables Saturday night at WI Futurity. Jessica Moctezuma was the 'Rose among the thorns' in the Open Five-Gaited Jackpot with Kiss My Cuervo and came out with the neck ribbon for Lisa Balcerak. Richmond DeHart took third with Desert Supreme Heart for Dorian Stulberg Anderson. Shown here are Richard Balcerak, Mayo Moctezuma, Jessica Moctezuma, Lisa Balcerak and her mother Sassy Geri, Richmond DeHart, Kylie and Dorian Anderson.

CH Reedann’s Phine By Me and Ellen Susman won the Limit Rider Country Pleasure Championship at the N.C. State Championship Charity Horse Show, one of several tricolor combinations from West Wind Stables.

Proud owner Sheri Nelson congratulated Reedann’s Why Not after he won the Open Park Pleasure Stake with trainer Cory Eickholt in the irons at the Wisconsin Futurity Horse Show.

With record crowds at Raleigh, Jamie Jankowicz directed Max Michalek and CH The Last Straw to the Three-Gaited Show Pleasure 13 & Under blue and they came back to win the championship for Legacy Stables.

ReporTV’s Lauren Ashe won the Amateur Five-Gaited Championship at the N.C. State Championship Charity with Rosewood’s Once Upon A Time.

Conky Price and Earleen Kenyon congratulate Lynn Peeples on winning the New York State Stallion Auction Weanling Sweepstakes with Ledyard Oakly. This marks the third year in a row Peeples has won the Weanling Sweepstakes.

Carol Stone was thrilled with the performance ofScott Neidlinger and Wicked Cool (MEM Chill Factor x Tearia) who topped the New York State Stallion Auction Park/English/Classic Sweepstakes earning $4400.

Waterford Farm continued at the top of the cards as Kathy Peeples stepped aboard the NYSSA Four-Year-Old Hunter/Western winner Armada Captain Morgan (Treble’s Tanqueray GCH x MEM Playmate) to earn a unanimous decision and $4,400 for Taft and Sitler under the direction of Keith Friday.    

Jeff Bessey was honored with the Mike Hens Sportsmanship Award at the New York Morgan Regional. He is congratulated by wife Amy.

Harrison Hanneman won section one of the Academy Walk and Trot Equitation Championship at Wisconsin Futurity unanimously under the direction of Sheri Brandl.

Mark and Toni Utoft and Deborah Jahn had a great show in Madison. Mark rode Mac-A-Daisy to win the Wisconsin Futurity Three-Year-Old Park Pleasure Championship for Jahn’s Seven Oaks Farm. 

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