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Indiana ASHA Awards Banquet



 

The annual Indiana American Saddlebred Horse Association Awards Banquet was held Sunday, February 25, 2007 at Maggiano’s in Indianapolis, Indiana. The following high point champions received their awards:


2006 Parade of Champions


Academy

 

8 and Under W/T

Champion – Veronica Tenerowicz

 

9-10 W/T

Champion – Paige Newton

Reserve Champion – Megan Manning

 

11-13 W/T/C

Champion – Scott Lockwood

Reserve Champion – Taylor Boyer

 

14-17 W/T/C

Champion – Alison Mulry (by one point!)

Reserve Champion – Kristina Mulry

 

Adult W/T/C

Champion – Jody Riddle

Saddle Seat Equitation

 

Walk-Trot 10 and Under

Champion – Courtney McGinnis

Reserve Champion – Tyler Langdon

 

13 and Under

Champion – Brittany Ann McGinnis

 

Pleasure Equitation 14-17

Champion – Emily Abbott

Reserve Champion – Hannah Stillwell

 

Pleasure Equitation 13and Under

Champion – Taylor Newton

 

Country Pleasure

 

English Country Pleasure, Adult

Champion – Prairie Wind Dancer, owned and shown by Linda Boxdorfer

 

English Country Pleasure, Junior Exhibitor

Champion – Ooh La Latte, owned and shown by Sarah Lawson

Reserve Champion – What’s My Line, owned and shown by Elise Lockwood

 

Country Pleasure Driving

Champion – CH What A Keepsake, owned and shown by Lois Vartanian

Reserve Champion – In Due Time, owned and shown by Autumn Hunt

 

Hunter Country Pleasure

Champion – Emily Grey, owned and shown by Joan Todd

Reserve Champion – Staffordshire, owned by Cam and Caroline Boyer and shown by Corey Coovert

Western Country Pleasure

Champion – In Your Honor, owned and shown by Autumn Hunt

Reserve Champion – Emily Grey, owned and shown by Joan Todd

 

Show Pleasure

 

Three-Gaited Show Pleasure

Champion – Lightnin’ Lil, owned by Linda and Skip Beltz, shown by Nicolle Beltz Tolliver

Reserve Champion – Lucky Son of a Gun, owned and shown by Katie Lindamood

 

Three-Gaited Show Pleasure, Junior Exhibitor

Champion – Beau’s Fair Play, owned and shown by Kinsey Raburne

Reserve Champion – Backstreet Blues, owned and shown by Shelby Beil

 

Show Pleasure Driving

Champion – Irish Tribute, owned by NRG Farms and shown by Gene Ress

Reserve Champion – Double Click, owned and shown by Barbara Fischler

 

Five-Gaited Show Pleasure

Champion – Callaway’s Another Winner, owned and shown by Debbie Seedorf Owens

Reserve Champion – Meet Your Match, owned and shown by Autumn Hunt

 

Park

 

Park Pleasure, Junior Horse

Champion – Looney Tunes, owned by Jim Aikman and shown by Mike McIntosh

 

Park Pleasure

Champion – Backstage Pass, owned and shown by Cathy Schueler

 

Park, Amateur

Champion – French Kiss, owned by Bill and Sandy Marple, shown by Bill Marple

 

Park, Open

Champion – Hillside Sensation, owned by Pat and Laura Lockwood and shown by Mike McIntosh

Reserve Champion – French Kiss, owned by Bill and Sandy Marple, shown by Bill Marple

 

Fine Harness

 

Fine Harness, Open

Champion – Shady Creek’s Nell, owned and shown by Linda Lewis

Three-Gaited

 

Three-Gaited, Junior Exhibitor

Champion – Stonecroft Front and Center, owned and shown by Chelsea Patterson

 

Three-Gaited, Amateur

Champion – Let’s Boogie, owned by Bill and Linda Sullivan. shown by Linda Sullivan

Reserve Champion – His Heirness, owned by Linda Lewis and shown by Debbie Ecksten

 

Three-Gaited, Ladies

Champion – Miss Believin’, owned and shown by Dee McNealy

Five-Gaited

 

Five-Gaited, Junior Exhibitor

Champion – Sartorial Splendor, owned and shown by Jackie Riddle

 

Five-Gaited, Novice/Limit

Champion – Kalarama’s Shooting Star, owned by Bill and Sandy Marple, shown by Bill Marple

 

Five-Gaited, Amateur

Champion – Enzo, owned by Bill and Sandy Marple, shown by Bill Marple

 

Five-Gaited, Open

Champion – Callaway’s Belfast, owned by Linda Lewis and shown by Mindy Preston

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