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Kelly Staley and Star Trek Tag capture the WCRHA Ranch Riding All Ages competition.


decided to support those interests and are off ering a variety of ranch riding classes to their shows this year. Kaity Sotomayor extended the trot, jogged over poles, and more to garner three of the top fi ve plac- ings in the AQHA Open Ranch Riding class. Riding Catamia Oak, owned by Mary Mendoza, Kaity won the class with a score of 77. In the AQHA Amateur Ranch Riding, Stacy Hamilton on her Californya Girl rode to fi rst with 74 and Ginger DeGrange on her TR The Big Easy was second with 70.5. In the Amateur Select Ranch Riding class, Derek Brummet and his palomino mare, Thischicsamistress, won with a score of 76. The AQHA Amateur Level 1 Ranch Riding, for the less experienced in this venue, was won by Aces High Whiz and Stephanie Munzinger. Margaret Chancellor showed Dunnit With A Shine to a score of 72.5 to take the AQHA Youth Ranch Riding. The WCRHA Ranch Riding All ages went to Kelly Staley on Star Trek Tag with a 73. All in all, the ranch riding classes were well received and enjoyed as something a lit le diff erent! First place in the Snaffl e/Hackamore 5


Patricia Eckhoff rode her Chics Love Chrome to fi ve diff erent Non Pro titles.


& Under went to Miss N Wimpy, owned by Barbara Morlan and shown by David Hanson, scoring 72.5. Darkestsideoſt heboon, earning the second place award with a 71.5 for owner


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Jill Cenedella, was ridden by Ron Emmons. With a 71.5, Patricia Eckhoff topped the


Non Pro board with her Chics Love Chrome by taking home fi rst places in Non Pro, Intermediate NP, Limited NP, Primetime NP, and AQHA Amateur Reining. Co-fi rst places in the Masters NP were awarded to Lavonne Sturgeon showing California Shines and George Def erios showing Great Banjo, each scoring a 69. Carla Odet o on Wimpchester 73 and Elizabeth McHugh aboard Chics Dream shared fi rst place honors out of a fi eld of nine in the AQHA Amateur Select Reining, both with scores of 70.5. As the aſt ernoon warmed up a bit, the


Youth were next to hit the show arena. Claiming fi rst place prizes in 13 & Under and the AQHA Youth Reining was Margaret Chancellor on Dunnit With A Shine, scoring 71. Mya Clader earned second in the 13 & Under on Tammi Clader’s Katie Tag with a score of 66. Bailey Alexander and her Ima Ugly Stick took the top awards in the Youth 14-18 and Unrestricted Youth classes with 69.5 as well as second place in the AQHA Youth Reining. Kristen Rodocker rode her Shining Doc Colonel to second place fi n- ishes in the 14-18 and Unrestricted Youth with 68.5. Stars Revolution, guided by Abby Lubin to a score of 65, won the Youth Rookie.


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