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Aristocrat CD, shown by Amy Miller for owner Jan Roeder, won the HA/AA Sport Horse Show Hack Open title.


Laurie Anne Cleland of Burbank shows her BL Splash Afi re to a third-place fi nish in mounted native costume.


ARABIANS are showing!


SCOTTSDALE | FEB. 15-25 63rd Annual Scot sdale


Arabian Show (480) 515-1500


BURBANK | MARCH 29-APRIL 1 Rancho California AHA


Priceless Arabians started their show season in winning fashion, including (top, from left) Madi Fenton, Braden Hardy, Margo Minissian, Cori Johns, Samantha Price, Crystal Garcia, Ellen Dickson, Kelly Gragg, Nayri Kalayjian, and Shannon Tatum, along with (bot om from left) Debbie Price, Ashley Price and Natalia Minissian—and Lucas and Gwendolyn.


and AHASJV Spring Show (559) 625-2631


I spent every possible free hour while in college working for an equine vet at Santa Anita, Hollywood Park and Del Mar. This was an invalu- able education. I landed a full-time job in 1975 with WarDal Arabians in Chino—mucking stalls. Within six months, I was riding colts and Arabi- ans became my passion. About four years later, I moved to a private farm, Larsen’s Arabians, as head trainer. I opened Olympic Farms Training


Center in the summer of 1980 and received my USEF License to Judge Arabians in 1985. I have enjoyed judging in the U.S., Canada and Aus- tralia. I have been honored to judge National Championships several times and Regional Championships in the U.S. and Canada. I am now working on my stewards license as well as a hunter and jumper license with USEF. I have been able to garner Na-


tional titles in almost every division the Arabians off er. I married my best friend in 1992. In 2003 we changed the farm name to Alcorn Perfor- mance Horses. We were a large Na- tional “all around” barn for over 40 years. We were a force in the West Coast Arabian Hunter /Jumper Divi- sion, and although I have loved my trail horses, cow horses and in-hand Horses, I decided to “come back home” to hunters-jumpers six years


ago. In 2016, I was convinced by a client to return home to California. Larry, who is a, USEF steward and jumper judge, and I are happy to be in Murrieta at Star Coast Arabians. We hope this will be the last chapter in a long life with the Arabians and the people who love all horses. Although I have lost a step with age, the fi re still burns bright in me to educate both horses and riders to be the best that they can be.


Horsetrader photo


Laurie Taylor photo


Laurie Taylor photo


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