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Glen Aspinall’s barn took several awards, including Catherine Vincent on Raygun, Nancy Nyjordeton Chickaroos Chance, Shari Ransford aboard Badgers Jazzy Kit y, Alexandra Veen on A Boy Named Su, Tracy Lynch riding CD Rock Slide, and Glen himself, placing third in Open Cut ing with Badgers Jazzy Kit y. Not Pictured is Youth Bridle Reserve Champion, Kelsey Lynch, who rode Smart Ronnie Shine.


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Dick Hershman won the Non Pro Bridle Championship on Meet Rippen Diamonds and placed fourth in the In- termediate Non Pro Bridle. Rudolph Petris, riding Slic Shiner, placed third in the Non Pro and Intermediate Non Pro Bridle and was fi fth in the Novice Non Pro Bridle. Jessica Saenz, aboard Blingblingboom, was the Intermediate Non Pro Bridle Reserve Champion and was third in the Novice Non Pro Bridle. Tracy Lynch, riding Cd Rock Slide, took the Intermediate Non Pro Bridle Championship as well as the Non Pro Bridle Reserve.


Dustin Turk received the Reserve in Limited Open Bridle on aboard Oh So Spooky, with the championship going to Kristi Berg aboard Slic Shiner.


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