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OKC Candids Of The Week

For the second consecutive year Tim Roesink presented Treble's She's Mizbehavin CH to the World Champion Mare title for Mountain Hawk Farm Ltd.

Sue Oliver and MEM Blue Chip topped a deep Amateur Park Saddle class, her first Oklahoma blue.

Phil Fountain directed Elaine Galatz and Playmor's Prinz Of Bellair to the winner's circle in one of the best classes of the show so far, the Amateur Masters Pleasure Driving.
Eric Antman presented World Champion Stallion Merriehill After Hours for Elaine Olsen.

Jack Gatewood and What's Up won an exciting Amateur Pleasure Driving class on Monday morning. His granddaughter Ashlyn (front center) won the 9 & Under Walk-Trot Pleasure class earlier in the session.

Taylor River Farm's Brooke Gove and Sea-Vue Justified won their second class of the week on Tuesday morning
Kelly Kraegel rode IndianCreek RecordBreaker to the World Champion Futurity Three-Year-Old English Pleasure title.

Berkley Shingledekcer and Delaware's Night Life GCH were the World Champions of the 11 & Under Western Pleasure division.
Julianne Rafferty, Phil Fountain, Hannah, Roseann and Russ McBain celebrated Hannah's second consecutive Youth English Pleasure World Championship.

Suzanne Haberek rode Fire Run Farm's FCM No Boundaries to win the World Champion Four-Year-Old Park Saddle honors
For the second consecutive year Nikki Rae Woodworth rode As Predicted GCH to the Park Saddle World Championship for Deborah Hamilton.

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