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Jason Grimshaw and supporters enjoy a victory pose. Jason Grimshaw took Heather


Vatcher’s Sippin Boons Farm to the Open Bridle Spectacular at the Jimmy Flores, Sr. Memorial event May 17-19 in Temecula.


Bridle showdown


Jason Grimshaw, Sippin Boons Farm win Open Bridle at Jimmy Flores, Sr. Memorial


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Susan Carter and her Von Halo Nic won the Select Non Pro Limited title.


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from horsetrader staff reports


ow in its 11th year, good vibrations are still going strong for the Surf N Turf Cow Horse clinic—for everyone. The


fund-raiser for Surfers Healing, a non-profit foundation for autism, was the brainchild of Izzy and Danielle Paskowitz. Izzy, a for- mer world champion surfer, and Danielle, a talented non-pro cowhorse competitor,


See SURFERS, page 46


For a heartfelt cause, cow horse clinicians (from left) Jake Gorrell, Corey Cushing and Russell Dilday bravely mix their sport with surfing each summer.


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Amy Diener and her MJG Gota Dry Gun won the 1K Non Pro Limited.


from horsetrader staff reports


EMECULA—The old song, “It Never Rains in California,” was out of


tune in May, but raindrops didn’t dampen spirits of the Southern California Reined Cow Horse Association at its Jimmy Flores, Sr. Memorial. The event, held May 17-19 at


Green Acres Ranch, drew top competition from the region. In the high-profile Bridle


Spectacular classes, Jason Grimshaw rode Heather Vatcher’s Sippin Boons Farm (Smart Boons X Peppy Nicolena) to a cumula- tive 225 and a decisive 3.5-point win the $1,500-added Bridle


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