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Park Harness Junior Horse

The Three-Year-Old Park Harness World Champion, Evolution and Jim Lowry, top the High Point Report in the junior category. Together they showed six times to five wins for owner Donna Zimmerman. In addition to a sensational finish in Oklahoma, the combination topped classes at Southern States, Jubilee and New England Regional this season.

A perfect five blue ribbons in five performances led Spiceolife Present Tense and Diane Conrady to the reserve finish in the High Point Report. Two-Year-Old Park Harness World Champions and Futurity World Champions, this talented team also picked up the Grand National Two-Year-Old Stallion title as well as wins at Indiana Morgan and Jubilee. David James Walker owns this outstanding two-year-old stallion.

Queen’s Guardian and Mike Carpenter are our third place team. The highlight of their season was winning the Four-Year-Old Park Harness World Championship but they also earned a reserve in the stallion Grand National class and won two classes at Connecticut Morgan.

Diane Conrady directed our second and fourth place finishers in the High Point Report. BJL Courageous, owned by Barry Laub, finished in fourth with 100 points earned in seven performances. Wins at Midwest Charity, Jubilee and Indiana Morgan highlighted their outstanding season.

Mike Carpenter also had two top five finishers in the High Point Report. In addition to Queen’s Guardian, he directed Stardavari to the Three-Year-Old Mare and Gelding Park Harness Grand National Championship at Oklahoma, which in addition to wins at Vermont and reserves at Connecticut and New England, gave her enough points to earn the fifth place spot.

Rounding out the top ten junior park harness champions are MEM No Inhibitions and Shanna Gish, GMH Gladiator and Frank Miller, Patchwork Simply Amazin and Jim Taylor, SpringMill Renaissance and Kurt Hufferd, and Jacqui O and Mary Brannon.

English Pleasure Junior Horse

Topping the English Pleasure Junior Horse High Point Report is Raindrops Chisum and Euchee Matthews. This talented entry owned by Alicia Davis captured wins in 2004 at Gasparilla and Citrus Cup before going on to a Reserve World Championship at Oklahoma.

Gotti and Luman Wadhams were only 10 points behind the champions in the points race. The Three-Year-Old English Pleasure World Champions and Futurity World Champions also picked up wins at Vermont and New England to earn their spot. Deedee Ludlam owned this talented three-year-old through the season after which he was purchased by Kim Cramer Germ.

Tied for the reserve High Point Champion also with 119 points is Sharagano and Mary Brannon. Brannon directed Sharagano to wins at Dixie Cup and Gold Cup in addition to good shows at Citrus Cup and Jubilee before finishing the season with two top ribbons at Oklahoma for owner Lyn Talmadge.

Debbie Lukas directed Hillwood Irish Claddagh to the English Pleasure Four-Year-Old World Championship for owner Maura Sweeney Reeve. They also won the mare qualifier at Oklahoma to earn a total of 60 points at the Grand National. Add in points from wins at Connecticut and reserves at New England and you get 116 points, enough for a third place finish in the High Point Report.

Mary Brannon also directs our number four finisher, Belalugosi, another entry owned by Lyn Talmadge. This team qualified for Oklahoma with wins at Gold Cup and Jubilee before making two ribbon-winning rides at the Grand National.

Fifth place in the points goes to Whitemud Touch of Blue, an entry owned by Rhoda Hoenmans and shown by Mike Goebig. The Three-Year-Old English Pleasure Stallion and Gelding Grand National Champion also picked up wins at Mid A and Southern States to earn their 104 points.

Rounding out the top ten junior horses in the English Pleasure division are Kriskroft Choirboy and James Lowry, Sydney Dawson and Stacy Hennessy, Baccarat’s Midnight Lace and Joan Bowers, Sunny Acres Sinful and Nancy Vidler, JAR Panache and Phil Fountain, and CBMF Belle Fleur and Amy Neifert.

Pleasure Driving Junior Horse

The crown jewels of the junior pleasure driving division go to Mantic Excalibur and Joan Bowers. Bowers directs her talented entry to top ribbons in seven performances to earn 140 points. Highlights of the season included reserve performances at Far West and Morgan Medallion as well as two third place finishes at Oklahoma. This talented youngster promises to bring lots more excitement to the junior division in the next two years. The charismatic Dragonsmeade Carnegie Hall made headlines in the junior division earning wins at Morgan Classic Royale, Far West and Jubilee before finishing up with a reserve world championship. Kourt Jester Morgans owns this talented entry who is now under the direction of Tim Roesink.

Rick Stevens started off the points for FRF Seattle Reign earning a win and reserve at New England. David Rand then took over at Oklahoma to add two firsts and a reserve to the 2004 season resume for Jeffrey Gove. FRF Seattle Reign earned the Three-Year-Old Pleasure Driving World Championship title and the third place finish in the High Point Report with this outstanding season.

Boxford Ivana and Mary Brannon hit the show ring eight times this season for owner Lyn Talmadge to earn 124 points to tie for the fourth place finish in the point standings. Wins at Gold Cup, Jubilee, and Dixie Cup and a third place finish in Oklahoma highlighted their season.

Tara’s Firewalker and Ken Swanson tied for the fourth place finish for owner Frances Pugh earning 124 points in their 8 performances. Their highlights include wins at Old Dominion, Southern States, North Carolina State Championships and a reserve finish at Oklahoma in the two-year-old division.

The fifth place spot also sports a pair of winners. GLB Belle of the Ball and Gerry Rushton showed six times to earn 116 points. Wins at Morgan Classic Royale and Morgan Medallion led up to a Grand National title in the Four-Year-Old Pleasure Driving Mares as well as a reserve world championship.

Tied for the fifth spot, MSV Brianna and John Hufferd won titles at New England Regional and Gold Cup for owner Margaret Van Meter in addition to two ribbon winning performances at Oklahoma to earn their 116 points.

Rounding out the top ten winners are What’s My Line and Stan Bodnar, Soul Sister and Gerry Rushton, Goldencrest Northern Light and Kris Johnsen, MEM The Patriot and Kurt Hufferd, and MEM Say My Name and Jeff White.

Hunter Pleasure Junior Horse

The Hunter Pleasure Junior Horse division was very competitive. VQM Chairman of the Board topped the points with 178 earned in 10 performances, only eight more than the nearest competitor. Kelly Kraegel Bates directs this talented entry for owner Maril Zbik. Together they earned their 178 points by winning five blues and two reserves in their 10 outings this season. Highlights are the Grand National title in the Three-Year-Old Hunter Pleasure Stallion and Gelding class as well as a third place finish in the world championship. The team also collected wins at Wheat State, Jubilee and Oklahoma Centennial. Briar Oaks Pep In My Step and Belle Hufferd were pushing the champions hard to finish in the Reserve High Point position. Collecting wins at Indiana Morgan and reserves at Gold Cup and Jubilee, this talented team went on to win the reserve world championship in the three-year-old futurity for owner Morgans of Biar Oaks LLC.

Jennifer and Earl McFall each took turns aboard Chehalem Cassanova to earn 157 points in 10 performances to finish in third. Wins at Morgan Classic Royale, Far West and Morgan Medallion were highlights of the season.

Fourth place in the High Point Report goes to Orrwood’s Special Edition for owners Timberland Morgans. Wins at Gold Cup, Michigan All Morgan and Jubilee as well as second and third place finishes at Oklahoma made for a terrific season for the talented youngster.

Suntime Doc Holiday and Jenna Rankin finish up in fifth with 140 points also earned in 10 performances. Their wins of the season were at Santa Cruz and Mother Lode.

Other outstanding top ten junior hunter pleasure entries from 2004 include CHC Blues Shining Star and Jennifer Lalone, Carreg Wen Nocturnal Hawk and Amanda DuPont, Mantic Juliette and Joan Bowers, Treble’s Rhapsody in Blue and Kathleen Peeples, and TMB Wicked Smile and Valarie Siemer.

Western Pleasure Junior Horse

The western pleasure junior division was also tight with only six points separating our champions. Star of Midnight and Garn Walker edged out the competition with nine performances featuring 8 blue ribbons including the Four-Year-Old Western Pleasure World Championship. Other wins this season include Morgan Classic Royale, Santa Cruz, Morgan Medallion, and Diamond Jubilee.

Maximum Pepper and Dale Rickford were just behind the champions with 141 points earned in only seven performances. Together they captured wins at Circle J and Wheat State before earning a reserve Grand National title in the four-year-old stallions and geldings class.

Third place went to Baccarat’s First Issue, an entry owned by William and Kathy Papola of Baccarat Farms. He showed nine times to earn 129 points at shows across Oklahoma and California.

Only one point behind, and finishing in fourth, are Mirabel’s Loyal Romeo and Amanda DuPont. In their nine performances, they won classes at New England Regional and Southern States.

Metolius and Garn Walker finished in fifth place with 118 points. Owned by he and his wife Melissa, Garn Walker directed Metolius to wins at Morgan Medallion and Far West before collecting two seconds and a third at Oklahoma.

Rounding out the talented top ten are Quickstar NKS and GDT Legend Crown Jewel - both shown by Jeff Bessey, BPM Estralita De Oro and Jordy Johns, Tracemark Tapestry and Andy Marlett, BEF Ivan and Eitan Beth Halachmy, and FIF Celtic’s Star and Roger Brown.

Amateur Park Saddle

The competition in the amateur park saddle division was intensely close with only seven points separating our champion and reserve champion. Hylee’s Dann Right bested the field with 144 points earned in seven trips to the show ring by Anne Morgan. It was a magical season for the talented team culminating in the Amateur Park Saddle World Championship as well as a Grand National title. They also tallied wins at Gold Cup, River Ridge and New England.

PWF Good Will Hunting and Amy Gatewood were pressing hard, showing eight times to come within seven points of the champion. Named the 2004 Amateur Park Saddle Stallion Grand National Champions, this talented team earned 137 points with wins at Granite State and New England Regional and of course, Grand National.

CBMF Undeniable was also making a strong effort in the points with 10 performances to his credit last season to earn 120 points and a third place finish in the point standings. Kathy Gutting owns and shows CBMF Undeniable. Highlights from 2004 include wins at Dixie Cup and Mid A.

Mantic Diva and Dawn Fire earned 108 points to finish in fourth in the High Point Report. Wins at Circle J and Jubilee contributed to their point total in their first season together.

Mantic Bullseye parlayed double wins at both Citrus Cup and Southern States into a fifth place finish in the point standings for 2004.

Other outstanding amateur park saddle teams in 2004 include Townshend Rise and Rule and Jennifer Martin, About Last Night and Jan Marie Evans, Key Biscayne and Lori Skover, Charlestown Super Sonic and Angela Conner Bulmer, Fox Glen Hail to Divinity and Cindy Fawcett, Merriehill Hometown Hero and Linda Sheridan, and Kandle’s Crystal Vision and Marie Vandemark.

Amateur Park Harness

World Champion Amateur Park Harness. Grand National Champion Amateur Mare and Gelding Park Harness. Priscilla Marconi and JW Raire Review have added one more title to an undefeated 2004 season in the amateur division - High Point Report Champions. This lovely combination also earned wins at Southern States and New England Regional this year. Former owner Amanda Poirier also added 20 points to the total with two wins earlier this season at UPHA Chapter 14.

Lookaway’s Fantasy and Beth Wilber also showed six times this season to earn 106 points, as they trotted away as the Reserve High Point Report Champions. Highlights of the season include wins at New York Regional, Southern States Regional, and Penn Ohio.

AMHF Mr. Courageous and Ray Bendele were only one point behind the reserve champions with 105 points to finish in third place in the points race. In addition to a reserve Grand National title, this talented team won classes at Circle J and New England Regional.

Brenda Varney and her CN The Commanding Touch finished in fourth in the point standings earning 88 points in four performances. A Grand National champion in the amateur stallion class, they returned to a strong third in the world championship. HVK Constantinoble and Stephanie Connor only showed three times, but with such success to earn fifth place in the High Points. They won at Far West and then earned two reserve titles at Oklahoma.

Other outstanding amateur park harness combinations from 2004 are HBF Dynasty Flaire and Kirsten Babuik, Silverheel’s Synergy and Robert Neimeth, WSG Mystique Ovation and Cristy Coleman, Minion Valentino and Jim Stewart, Morganmeister and Nicole Ziemer, and HVK Ancient Cry and Helen Crawford.

Amateur English Pleasure

An always competitive division, the Amateur English Pleasure division of the High Point Report featured 218 different horses earning points in the program. At the top of the chart, the points were very close with AKM Manhattan claiming the High Point Report championship by only 20 points. AKM Manhattan and Sally Lawing earned 167 points in 2004 in 10 performances. Highlights of the season include the Ladies Amateur English Pleasure World Championship as well as wins at Raleigh Spring Premier and the Blue Ridge Classic.

Our reserve High Point Report champion, Southern Rhythm and Casey McDonald, earned their 147 points also in 10 performances. Two reserve Grand National titles earned 54 of these points for the Firewind Morgans. Other wins from 2004 include Connecticut, Vermont and Granite State.

Amy Gatewood directed Nicoria to 145 points, only two points behind the reserve champion, in only seven performances. The 2004 Amateur English Pleasure World Champions also earned a reserve Grand National title as well as wins this season at Morgan Gold Cup and Jubilee.

Roadshow Steppin Out and John Green were the 2004 Amateur English Pleasure Gelding Grand National Champions and the Reserve World Champions. They also won two classes at Wheat State in a season that earned 140 points in seven performances. CCR’s Outrajus Courajus and Karie Miller finished up the year in fifth place in the point standings with 128 points earned in seven performances. Highlights of the season include the Amateur English Pleasure Stallion Grand National title as well as wins at Morgan Classic Royale and Morgan Medallion.

Rounding out the top ten High Point Report champions are Tara’s Heavenly and John Stephenson, Reuben Ide Celebrates and Tara Lindeen, Stonecroft Wish Me Well and Lori Roberts, NAS Rickenbacker and Nancy Murdock, HVK Man About Town and Kevin Schengrund, and Hall’s Meltdown and Jeanne Fuelling.

Amateur Pleasure Driving

In one of the tightest finishes in the High Point Report, SBS In The Mood topped the Amateur Pleasure Driving division with a four point margin. John Huse showed SBS In The Mood for the SpringMill Morgans eight times in 2004 to earn 133 points. Wins at Jubilee, Indiana Morgan, New England Regional and Indianapolis made for a terrific season which was capped off with the Amateur Pleasure Driving Mare Grand National Championship.

Tolstoy and Jack Gatewood only showed six times this season and still earned 129 points to finish as the Reserve High Point Report champions. A terrific Oklahoma resulted in them winning the Pleasure Driving Amateur Gentlemens Finals completing a great season including wins at Gold Cup and Jubilee.

Only five points behind the reserve champion, RJM Roulette and Janet Morgan earned 124 points in nine performances to finish in third in the points race. Owner Janet Morgan earned titles at Dixie Cup and then to win the Pleasure Driving Amateur Ladies Finals at Oklahoma, while Tony Lee did the honors to earn two wins at Mid A.

A tie for fourth between Gradells Wild Reflection and WSG Circumstantial Evidence continues to showcase the level of competition in this division. Gradells Wild Reflection and Jerome Modell won at Connecticut and earned reserve finishes at New England, Mid A and Oklahoma to earn their 122 points. WSG Circumstantial Evidence and Priscilla Marconi showed only six times, but won at New England and Southern States before earning a reserve Grand National title in Oklahoma. Marconi has since purchased Wild Reflection and owns both of the fourth place finishers.

The fifth place in the point standings goes to Rampaige and Lisa Howa who earned 117 points in six performances including wins at Morgan Medallion in their first season together.

Rounding out the top ten High Point winners are Pondview Tres Bien and Kurt Rumens, IGF Coeur Et Ame and Donna Zimmerman, MLF Sharper Image and Craig Sommers, Can’t You See MEM and Phyllis Frechette, Hollybrook Indian Brave and Mary Daughtry, and Med-E-Oka Nobel Prize and Holly Johnson.

Amateur Hunter Pleasure

Sight Unseen and Jennifer Coley dominated the Amateur Hunter Pleasure High Point category earning 229 points - 64 more than the nearest competitor - in 11 performances. In all they racked up four blue ribbons including two Grand National titles and six reserves. Their wins were at Southern States, Jubilee and the Morgan Grand National. This is quite an accomplishment in a division that featured over 250 different horses earning points.

Melissa Walker and GPM Genesis B are our Reserve High Point Champions with 165 points from 12 trips to the show ring. The reserve Grand National champions also earned a third place ribbon in the World Championship. Other wins for this talented team include Santa Cruz, Diamond Jubilee, and Mother Lode.

Whitney Singer Porter directed Jax Noble Onyx to the third place finish in the High Point Report with 153 points in eight performances. The Ladies Amateur Hunter Pleasure World Champions also earned a Grand National title and won two classes at Indiana Morgan.

Amy Gatewood enjoyed a successful season with Highover Narcotic, winning classes at Southern States and New England Regional to earn 145 points and fourth place in the point standings.

Shaker’s Maribeles and Judy Fox are fifth in the points race from eight performances that included wins at Jubilee and MJMHA Morgan Showtime as well as winning the Amateur Hunter Pleasure World Championship and the Amateur Mare Hunter Pleasure Grand National title.

Other outstanding amateur hunter pleasure combinations this season include Night Out and Jennifer Grey, Andrea’s Radiance and Sara Hefferman, Ryan’s Starbeam and Caprice Soltice, Nanton’s Bossanova and Carrie Klooster, and Manchester in Demand and Misty Pleiness.

Amateur Western Pleasure

With 229 different horses competing and earning points in the amateur western pleasure division, it all came down to seven points to separate the High Point Report Champion, He’s Simply Marvelous from the pack. Virginia Adams owns and shows this talented entry who won blue ribbons all across California. They racked up wins from Morgan Classic Royale, Diamond Jubilee, Morgan Medallion, and Oklahoma. Two Grand National titles led up to a repeat world championship win in the Amateur Western Pleasure World Championship to cap off the fantastic season. Congratulations to our very deserving High Point Report champions!

MCA Seawind Serenade was just seven points shy of our champion and showed one less time this season. Amy Gatewood showed MCA Seawind Serenade to strong finishes across the East and Midwest including a win at Southern States Regional. Three thirds earned at Oklahoma also added to their point tally to finish as our Reserve High Point Report champions.

Ling Fu Wylie and Troika’s Black Russian won two classes at Jubilee warming up for a terrific Oklahoma that netted three firsts and a second. This talented team was named the Ladies Amateur Western Pleasure World Champions as well as earning two Grand National wins and a reserve world championship. Add in two reserves at Southern States and you come up with 193 points and a third place in our points race.

A tie for fourth between DLH Dakota Blues and Bear Brook Supreme Bar with 171 points each showcases two Julies in our fourth place spot. Julie Chan and DLH Dakota Blues showed 11 times to earn their 171 points including three wins and five reserves. Julie Christopher and Bear Brook Supreme Bar showed only eight times, earning wins at New England and Grand National and reserve Grand National titles.

Fifth place is earned by Evil Knieval and Jill Smith who earned 135 points in nine trips to the show ring. The highlight of their season was a win at the Far West Regional. Rounding out the top ten amateur western pleasure horses are DAF Amazing Grace and Carlette Hunt, KSB Elizabeth and Erika Ramsey, Cabot French Lieutenant and Kathy Papola, Futurity’s Ultimate Twist and Ellen DiBella, and Gulfwind Sir William and Margaret Karrh.

Classic Pleasure Saddle

Rumor Has It and Elizabeth Young Fina came through with flying colors again this show season showing 17 times to earn 246 points and capture the Classic Pleasure Saddle division of the High Point Report for the second year in a row. Six blue ribbons including a Grand National championship, five reserves, and five third place finishes including in the World Championship add up to an outstanding season for the talented pair. Barbara Irvine owns and trains Rumor Has It. Congratulations to our High Point Report winners!

Our reserve High Point champions are Highland Ridge Daniel and Jan Lazar who showed 14 times this season to earn 223 points. Highlights of their first season together include wins at New England Regional, Indiana Morgan and Jubilee directed by Mary Carlton.

Goldencrest Aleksis and Inge Johnsen showed ten times this season to earn 184 points and third place in our point standings. Two reserve Grand National titles as well as wins at Key Classic, Far West and Morgan Medallion highlighted their season.

Strike It Rich and Sally Lawing won in 2004 at Raleigh Spring, Southern States, Mid A, Blue Ridge Classic and North Carolina State Championships in addition to earning a reserve Grand National title to amass 182 points and fourth place in our High Points.

Fifth place goes to Cedar Creek Vizcaya and Amy Gatewood who earned wins at New England and Jubilee Regionals to earn 164 points in 10 performances.

Rounding out the classic pleasure saddle top ten are Coalition Royal Billing and June A. Davis, Prindle’s Mere Mortal and Leslie Kelley, Rum Brook Immortal Mystic with Cristina and Judi DiGioia, Rendition Sterling Image and Amanda Garvin, and Whispering Rhythm N Blues and Michelle Aulson.

Classic Pleasure Driving

Stepping to the forefront in the Classic Pleasure Driving division are Intrepid Immortal Beloved and Cindy Sheldon who earned 229 points in 11 performances, almost 60 more than the nearest competitor. A tricolor end to the season at the Grand National start the point tally with 75 points. Add in wins at Southern States, Gold Cup, Jubilee, and New England and you have our High Point Report champions.

Tara’s War Eagle and Frances Pugh are the undisputed Oklahoma Classic Pleasure Driving champions winning the Classic Pleasure Driving World Championship, the Ladies Classic Pleasure Driving World Championship and the Ladies Gelding Classic Pleasure Driving Grand National Championship for the second year in a row. In addition they picked up wins at Raleigh Spring, Delmarva, North Carolina State Championships and Southern States to earn their 170 points and the reserve finish in the High Point Report. SpringMill Encore and Jack Gatewood were a popular team in their debut season. They picked up wins at Gold Cup, New England and Southern States this season as well as three ribbon-winning performances at Oklahoma to earn 168 points and the third place finish in the High Point Report.

AMF Morocco and Annette Dinkleman earned 146 points in 10 performances to finish in fourth. Highlights of their season include wins at Santa Cruz, Morgan Classic Royale and Morgan Medallion.

Stonecroft Love Potion and Jennifer Martin were just nine points behind in 12 performances. Owner Paula Macklin also sometimes does the honors. Together they earned wins at Eastern States and Connecticut Morgan in their 2004 season.

Remaining top ten champions in classic pleasure driving are Whitmud Forever Sunbeam and PD May, RDF Hi Voltage and Deborah Stevenson, Gordel’s Paramount Command and George Campbell, Miss Voodoo and Mona Skager, and Tomeri Tiamo and Teri Brisco.

Junior Exhibitor Park Saddle

En Possession NKS topped the High Point Report for the junior exhibitors riding park saddle horses. Owned by Donna Woolley and shown by Sarah Lee, En Possession NKS had a near perfect season winning six of the seven times they showed in 2004. Two titles at Oklahoma including Junior Exhibitor Park Saddle World Champion added 60 points to their tally. Other wins at Morgan Classic Royale, Morgan Medallion and Far West brought the grand total to 138 points to claim the High Point Report Championship.

Blanche Bauer directed our reserve champion HVK Noble Flame to 125 points in their six performances. Highlights of their season include wins at Southern States and second and third place finishes in Oklahoma.

Moreover and Kristen LaCava earned wins in 2004 at New England Regional and Mass Morgan before heading to Oklahoma to win the Junior Exhibitor 16 and 17 Park Saddle Grand National Championship. In all they earned 108 points in six performances to claim the third place spot in the point standings. Moreover was owned in 2004 by Waterman, Inc.

Fourth place goes to Tug Hill Gunns and Roses, an entry owned by Lucinda Manley and shown by Catherine Hendrickson. They also showed 6 times to earn 104 points including a win at Morgan Medallion and second and fourth place finishes at Grand National. Marathon’s Electrafire and Shelley Stevenson claim the fifth place finish with 73 points in six performances. Their wins in 2004 include Connecticut and Vermont Spring Classic.

Other outstanding junior exhibitor teams in the top ten include Merriehill Hometown Hero and Katherine O’Connor, Grandiety and Kelsey Bornt, Capes the Commish and Connie Williams, OFS Noble Belle and Tara Clifton and Raintree Picasso and Alison Crone.

Junior Exhibitor Park Harness

The junior exhibitor park harness division is small but mighty. Seven entries earned points in this division with Kylee Cochran and FZM Encore besting the field with 92 points. The 2004 Junior Exhibitor Park Harness World Champions also won their Grand National class as well as winning at Gold Cup earlier in the season.

Reserve in the point standings goes to Comoshun’s Avante. Alicia Flagg directed to wins at Mass Morgan and Vermont while James Sebring collected the second and fourth place Grand National honors. Together this made for 82 points, enough to be named our Reserve High Point Report champions.

RFF Stars N Stripes and Steven Handy made three successful trips to the show ring including a win at New England in their team debut and two third place performances at Oklahoma.

WSG Mystique Ovation and Jennifer Kellert picked up 66 points in three performances. Highlights include a reserve world championship and a reserve at New England.

Willowick Will to Wynne and J.T. Brannon earned the fifth place finish with 65 points earned with a Grand National win in the 15 and Under Junior Exhibitor Park Harness class and a win at Jubilee.

AFF Savannah and Katherine Alderman and Gables High Water and Tony Locher also earned points with strong performances in the division.

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