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Candids of the Week

?The group from Judd Stables had a great show at Chattanooga-Cleveland Charity and they celebrated Don Judd’s 29th birthday again.

Lisa Palmer congratulates her daughter Katie on winning Midwest's Junior Exhibitor Three-Gaited 13 and Under Championship aboard Nuttin' But The Best under the guidance of Jack Magill.

Lisa Rosenberger Jones and Cloverleaf Elegant Belle won Chattanooga-Cleveland Charity’s Five-Gaited Jackpot Grand Championship for Lori and Larry Schmidt.

Erin Boggs Richey won Midwest Charity's ASHA/AMHA Trainers' Equitation Cup with much fanfare and support. Sixteen riders brought their best to this crowd-pleasing event.

Neil Visser and Elisabeth Goth had a great week at Midwest, including Elisabeth’s winning ride with CH Bravo Blue in the Five-Gaited Championship. The trainer/owner combination also won five classes in the three-gaited division.

Top 10 in the ASHA/AMHA Trainers’ Equitation Cup, Jim Lowry brought down the house at Midwest with Abby Mutrux’s “Chester."

Marci Seger and Malibu Rum and CH Stonecroft Ring Leader with Brianna Cloutier were reserve champions and champions, respectively, in the Limit Rider Country Pleasure class at Chattanooga-Cleveland Charity and they showed from Judd Stables.


Mark Turner and several others celebrated with birthday girls Eleanor and Caroline Rainbolt Forbes at the Midwest Charity Horse Show. Both sisters returned to Oklahoma with Midwest titles.

Jonathan Retzlaff received a high five from trainer Marie Bouvet after he and Just Surprise Me won the Amateur Three-Gaited Championship at Chattanooga.

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