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Oaks International Grand Prix Field June 20 for the inau- gural American Tradition of Excellence Equitation Challenge, presented by Whitethorne. Moving up from eighth to fi rst, 12-year-old Stella Buckingham earned an impres- sive win aboard Nom de Guerre. The inaugural class took place


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over three phases, with Day One featuring the jumping phase over a 3’3” Hunter Derby type track plus an educational presentation and Q&A phase with all riders, trainers, and judges that evening. Day Two all competitors with a score of 60 or bet er returned for the second round, followed by a work-off of the top six scoring riders. Georgy Maskrey-Segesman,


owner and operator of Whitethorne, a premier hunt- er-jumper sales barn, created the class with the goal of provid- ing more education for equita- tion riders on the West Coast.


JULY Tucker Allen found the best


way possible to celebrate the week he turned 18 years old.


The Nordhoff High grad


from Oakview who is headed to Northwestern Oklahoma State University this fall topped 200 of the best high school steer wrestlers and went home from the High School National Finals Rodeo as a 2017 World Champion. “I tried to do the same as I


practice,” said Allen, who has been steer wrestling about two and a half years. “I tried to be calm and go out there and do what I know how to do.” He credits fi ve-time World Champion steer wrestler Luke Branquinho for his knowledge. Three times a week, Allen and friend and fellow elite high school bulldogger Tate Stickler visit Branquinho’s Los Alamos ranch to hone their skills. “Luke taught me everything,” said Allen.


The 18th Reining By The Bay


event fi lled Woodside with the top reiners in the region, and Californians rose to the occasion. Leading the way was Burbank- based trainer Tom Foran, who took Gunna Sail Away to a 216.5


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