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Rein for the Roses


WCRHA event enlivens Brookside special to the horsetrader E


LK GROVE—Brookside Show Park in Elk Grove, California, is having a record year with great shows, terrific exhibitors, and a lot of fun enjoy-


ing planned activities each evening after showing days are over. The Rein for the Roses show, held May 3-6, celebrated another successful venue for west coast rein- ers. It was the second Affiliate show for the West Coast Reining Horse Association, where exhibitors earn points towards WCRHA year-end awards. Day One of the show dawned bright and clear with a


full day of runs scheduled. Mike Boyle, riding Elizabeth McHugh’s Chics Dream, smoked the Open class with a score of 73 to take fi rst place honors. Martin Padilla rode Spangles Desire, owned by Tobyann Faingold, to second place with 71.5. In the Intermediate Open, Chic Magnum, piloted by owner Lisa Macauley, earned the blue ribbon with a 71.5. Tying for second were Kain Emmons on EZ On The Slide, owned by Tereasa Canada, and Ollie Galligan on Docs Tinseltown Chic, owned by Elizabeth Atkins, with scores of 70. In the Non Pro Novice Horse Level 1 class, Mari Hess


Chics Dream, shown by Mike Boyle for owner Elizabeth Mchugh, won the NRHA Open Horse title.


on Stepping Up Haidas “stepped up” to tie with William Bertolani on Spooky Gunner with scores of 68.5 for the class top prize. In the Non Pro Novice Horse Level 2 class, Megan Lynch, riding Revolutionic owned by Ashley Lynch, carried away the win with a solid 71. Beautiful buckles were awarded in the Brookside Green


as Grass and the West Coast Green as Grass classes. Twenty-one horses and riders started Day Two off in


the Snaffl e Bit/Hackamore class. Martin Padilla rode Sara Curtis’s Yolo Jersey to the win with a 71.5. David Hanson was close behind with a 71 on Miss N Wimpy owned by Barbara Morlan. Rein for the Roses show owner, Bill Madden, provided


Benny Maddox rode Mike Russell’s Roosters Who to


the Level 4 Open Aged Event Champion Horse crown.


the added money, trophy buckles, and beautiful ribbons for the 7+ Maturities and Derbies. Judges Shawn Church from Washington and Brian Dygert from Arizona scored multiple runs in the $1000 Added Open Maturity Level 4 and $1500 Added Non Pro Derby Level 4 and $500 Level 1 classes. In the competitive Open Maturity, Martin Padilla spun his way to the Championship with 145.5 on Tobyann Faingold’s Spangled Desire. Winning the Championship of the Non Pro Derby Level 4 was Vicki Dias on ARC Dun With Ya, scoring 141.5. Saturday was Derby Day, the reason this show was


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John O’Hara photo


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