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Kierson Farm Breed Demonstrations at WEG

Kierson Farm was selected by ASHA to return to Kentucky in October with five horses and riders to represent the American Saddlebred breed at the Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games in Lexington, KY. A fleet Kierson's Saddlebreds received the prestigious honor to display the breed’s versatility in the following demonstrations:

Horse: Amandari
Owner& Proud Parents: Alan Hecht & Maria Jose De La Hoz
Rider: Sarah Madison Hecht
Demonstration: Equitation
Background: Sarah has competed for top ribbons throughout 2010 in the 8 & under walk/trot equitation division

Horse: CH Callaway’s Coraleen
Proud Family: Dorothy Hock, Brian, Kathi, Hallie & Camille Ricci
Rider: Joanna Ricci
Demonstration: Junior Exhibitor Equitation
Background: Joanna returned from the 2010 World’s Championship Horse Show in Louisville riding to a reserve Championship title in Walk/Trot equitation for riders 9-10 years of age and under; she also trotted off with a 1st place finish in her qualifying class amongst the 10 year old age group. Look for "Cora" paired with Joanna’s little sister, Hallie throughout 2011as they will compete in the 10 year-old Walk Trot Equitation division.

Horse: Fox Grape’s Forever Yours
Owner & Proud Mom: The Ververeli family
Rider: Elizabeth Ververeli
Demonstration: Junior Exhibitor Park

Horse: CH Titleist Right Tonight
Owner & Proud Parents: Bob & Nancy Ehle
Rider: Allyson Ehle
Demonstration: Five Gaited Pleasure
Background:Allyson returned home from the 2010 World’s Championship Horse Show with top honors; riding to a 1st place finish in her qualifying class and claiming a 3rd place finish in the Adult 5-Gaited Pleasure Division 1 Championship. Allyson and "Tony" have been consistently in the top ribbons throughout the show season.

Horse: Heartland Victory Maker
Owner & Proud Parents: The Ververeli family
Rider: Alex Ververeli
Demonstration: Junior Exhibitor Roadster pony
Background:Alex recently captured Reserve World Championship at the World’s Championship horse show driving his Roadster Pony competing amongst junior exhibitor drivers 13 years of age and under.

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