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Photo Coverage from The American Royal




Jacqueline Beck and her family celebrated a great week, including the USEF Saddle Seat Medal National Championship and the American Royal Equitation Championship.


The UPHA was proud to present a check for over $103,000 dollars that was raised through the Ride for the Cure program in just one year.


A very happy Steve Demjen celebrated with the other two UPHA Classic Incentive Program winners, Melinda and Melissa Moore.


Perry and Sally Grieme with Fran and Kim Crumpler after Sally's Amateur Fine Harness win with Escriva.


Kathryn Nichols and Dun-Haven Phenomenal celebrated their Amateur Harness Pony win with Maureen Lydon and the Majestic Oaks crew.


John Biggins and Peanut Butter bested a field of 18 to win the Junior Park Pleasure class for Carolyn Melka.


Angela Darrow made another great ride aboard Cool Down Papa to take the blue for trainer Jim Lowry and owner Kathryne Stief in the Junior Exhibitor Five-Gaited Pleasure division.


Melinda, Donna and Melissa Moore celebrated "Donna Moore" Day, as Donna was named American Royal Horseperson of the Year.


Joe Russell and Mayo Moctezuma captured the top spot in the Missouri Breeders Challenge Weanling Stake with Bella La Donna.


Show manager Kent Moeller and "The A Team" prepared for a great week at the UPHA/American Royal National Championship.

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