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fi rst slate of the CRHA Non Pro, Intermediate Non Pro and Limited Non Pro classes. Kelly Cooper, riding her Dough For It, topped a fi eld of 15 to take the blue in the NRHA Rookie Level 1 and Prime Time Rookie divisions. Her score of 71 also bested a fi eld of 18 entries in the CRHA Level 1 and in the CRHA Prime Time Rookie. Daphne Foran, riding Gail Hutcherson’s Wimpys Whiz


Steps, claimed Saturday’s high score with a 73, winning the NRHA Open and Intermediate Open as well as the CRHA Open. Sunday was another exciting day of competition, and Cooper again topped the fi eld in both NRHA and CRHA Rookie Level 1 and Prime Time Rookie classes, earning her the overall Circuit championships in the CRHA Rookie Level 1 and Prime Time Rookie divisions. Hannah Warde had a successful run in the CRHA Non Pro Divisions, marking a 71 on her Millionchic to sweep the CRHA Non Pro, Intermediate Non Pro and Limited Non Pro classes. Combined with her reserve placings from Saturday, Warde took home the Circuit Champion awards in the CRHA Non Pro, Intermediate Non Pro and Limited Non Pro divisions. Mike Berg earned Sunday’s highest score aboard Diane Yoder’s Special Mi. Marking an astounding 74.5, Berg earned blues in the NRHA Open and Intermediate Open as well as the CRHA Open classes. Berg’s big win, combined with his reserve placing on Saturday, earned him enough points to take home the CRHA Open circuit championship. “He’s about as talented a horse as I’ve ever ridden,” Berg said of Special Mi. “Ultimately, the goal is for Diane


Julia Schmida and Tick Tic Boom captured the Youth 14-18 Championship.


Kelly Cooper and Dough For It captured wins in Rookie Level 1 and Prime Time Rookie divisions.


Marilyn Scheff ers and her Gunna Juice You swept the NRHA Non Pro and Intermediate Non Pro classes with their 72.5 on Saturday.


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