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Pictures of the Morgan Grand National

Pleasure Driving World Champion The Noblest and Paul Brisco were joined by the Rushton Stables team and family Teri and Danica.

Park Saddle World Champion PLS High Pine Picasso was joined by owners Paul and Joy Scala, Jenny and Jim Taylor.

David Rand, Sandy and Pete Hendricks joined Amateur Park World Champion Queens Soulmate.

Harry Sebring was joined by his entire family and Park Harness World Champion CBMF Crown Prince.

Harlan's Star Material and Jaden Fire earned the 13-and-Under English Pleasure World Championship for Peeper Ranch.

Cameron Kay and CN Stylish Debut were the AMHA Saddle Seat Gold Medalists under the direction of Mary Carlton.

Mike Tunstall and Unzipped, 3-Year-Old English Pleasure Stallion/Gelding winners, with owner Maureen Campbell and crew.

Cindy Mugnier and David Rand with Nick Roberts and Grand National Classic Pleasure 14 & 15 Champion RCV Patent Pending.

Todd Trushel directed Brenda Hills and Heartmeadow Detente to the top of Section II of the Western Pleasure Amateur Masters class.

Gerry Rushton and Shirley Henry Biszantz were the winning combination with Lucky As Me in the Grand National Amateur Masters Pleasure Driving class.

David Rand presented World Champion Stallion ECP Anchorman for Dan, Leslie and Hannah Kelley.

For Triumph Stables and Tim and Carol Selinsky, Causing Chaos was the World Champion Mare, her second consecutive year to win the title.

Mary Cockriel, David and Cindy Vogels and Bob Kellert celebrated AMHF I've Got A Secret's World Champion Gelding title.

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