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Coast Equine Foundation receiv- ing net proceeds from the event. The Foundation is a charitable organization that supports a variety of equine related orga- nizations including; college scholarships and grants to


youth organizations that provide, therapeutic riding and support to 4-H and other equine related youth organizations. Next up for the association will


be the El Rancho Futurity and Mercuria World Series, Sept. 8-17. More online: http://bit.ly/705A_cut


El Rancho Spring Classic April 27-30, 2017 • Murieta Equestrian Center


Rancho Murieta, Calif. Place


Horse Open Derby Open


Derby Non Pro Non-Pro


Disco Crat Metallic Tax


TF Cats Remedy Kausac Kat


25,000 Novice Horse Juan Cat y Chica 25,000 NH Non Pro 50,000 Amateur


Red Metallica Good Times Roll Hy Lights


Juan Cat y Chica One Red Mist


5,000 Novice Horse One Time At Night 5,000 NH Non-Pro 2,000 Limit Rider 15,000 Amateur 35,000 Non-Pro


2,500 Novice Horse Sr Youth Jr. Youth


Rubys CD Legacy Spicy Reyfl ection Duck On A Chain Lean This Rey


Rider Tim Smith


Morgan Cromer Ken Schultz Carol Ward Monty Buntin


Owner


by Cowan Ranch LLC Cable Creek Ranch Ken Schultz Carol Ward


Michelle Van Amburg


Michelle Van Amburg Michelle Van Amburg Rebecca Drake Mike Wood Alan Oglesby Nikki Kuklo


Rebecca Drake Teresa Home Dana Azevedo


Christy Hannon Emily Jacobson Monty Buntin Kylie Kaufmann Mia Webster


Marjie Massaglia Christy Hannon Emily Jacobson


Frank & Bonnie Martin Tom Kaufmann


Clark But e Ranch


Kausac Kat, shown by owner Carol Ward, captures the Non Pro Circuit Championship.


Monty Buntin takes Spicy Refl ection, owned by Frank and Bonnie Martin, to the 2,500 Novice Horse championship.


Morgan Cromer shows Metallic Tax, owned by Cable Creek Ranch, to the Derby Open title.


John O’Hara photo John O’Hara photo John O’Hara photo


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