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2017 HORSE HEADLINERS


Several winners of the West Finals are major players on the Grand Prix circuit, Joie Gatlin (1982), Richard Spooner (1988), Kirsten Coe (1996) and Kasey Ament (2004) among them.


OCTOBER Sponsored by Thriſt y Horse Consignment Shoppe, the inaugural Norco Horse Aff air at racted at endees from throughout Southern California to Ingalls Park Oct. 13-15, fea- turing a collection of clinics, shopping, demonstrations and education with a special HorsetownUSA fl air. Dates for 2018 have been set.


The best of the best in the


Morgan breed was celebrated at the 2017 Grand National & World Championship Morgan Horse Show, held Oct. 7-14.


Since 1973, this show has repre- sented the pinnacle of achieve- ment in the Morgan horse world, and this year more than 1,000 of the world’s fi nest Morgan horses from across the U.S. and Canada met to compete in over 300 classes for $400,000-plus in prize money. Several West Coast Morgan


stables were extremely success- ful, bringing home multiple World Grand Championships and Grand Championships. Kate Ramsower of Alamo, won


the highly competitive AMHA Youth of the Year Award aſt er competing with other youth from all over the nation in four diff erent areas, including writ- ten exams, oral presentation, judging contest, and horseman- ship pat ern. Another bright light from


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with Eric Antman’s and Austin Eversman’s training. They won several Morgan World Championships in addition to the Equitation World Championships. Eric Antman, showing Merriehill’s Aſt er Hours, was a repeat champion in the Grand National Stallion In Hand 5 & Over, World Champion Senior Champion Stallion and World Grand Champion Stallion In Hand.


They can take the National Reined Cow Horse Association’s World Championship away from the West Coast, but they can’t take the West Coast out of the Snaffl e Bit Futurity. At least not this year, the fi rst


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