stuff lets me focus with my riding, but I know I will always be
in the horse industry. We all know that Dad will someday cut
back with his time at Far West Farm, and I would love to be
in that family business.”
Cassandra has the same take on her future. “I really love my
family and working with them. After 9 years of ‘doing it on
my own with other jobs’, it is really nice to be home. There
is something to be said about family! We all get along so well a week!
and holidays are amazing. With Uncle Kost and Aunt Jenny,
cousins Katrina and Kyle, and older brother Kris bringing all
theirs kids, then the younger cousins and everyone, it is just
outrageous at times!!”
They are successful in our industry,
these two, at a very young age for what
they have accomplished. Our sport is
better off when the next generation has
the integrity, respect, appreciation and
just not fast enough...
work ethic represented by the entire
Kazasissis family and so lovingly passed
on. When you pass them at the show, do
and running’s out of
be sure to stop and talk a bit, they are
Above: Cassandra & NIck Jr.
both approachable, friendly and humble. Some of who they
are is inescapable in any conversation, and your day will be
better from being touched by them.
They, and others like them, are our future and we are in good
Scene & Heard
the other workhorse.
had a super trip to the east riding for Archie Cox. As of this printing,
Scout was Champion Green Working Hunter at Capital Challenge and
Washington, and was also Grand Champion Green Working Hunter at
Washington. Riding Wesley to the Reserve Champion Regular Working
Hunter in Washington, he continued the streak on Andiamo by winning
the Regular Working Hunter Stake at Washington. Not to end there,
JOHN then tied for the 1st place Blue on Andiamo in the new High
Performance Hunter Challenge and was named Leading Hunter Rider.
John was also sporting a new hair color at Washington…..bright blond!!
“In case I didn’t do well, I wanted to give everyone something to talk about.
I guess I can dye it back now.” Showmans’ Special!
on Harmony, was WCHR Junior Hunter Rider National Champion
Golf cart rental rate of $160 per week
and then won the WCHR Junior Hunter Challenge with an average
includes drop off and delivery for
of 88.68!!! Riding Scout, for Stephanie Danhakl, she was Champion
Small Junior Hunter 15 and Under AND THEN won the Stewart-
any shows in LA, Orange, Riverside
Warner Cup awarded to the Junior rider who exhibits the best Hunter
and San Diego Counties.
Style and show potential.
OLIVIA KOHAN Columbia Golf Carts are the brand.
rode Simply Henry to the WCHR Pony Challenge Championship at
Capital Challenge with an average score of 87.41.
Sign up now and save your energy for the
important things...like the show ring!
John Bragg’s house in Carmel, California was featured in a TV show
on the Fine Living Channel in a segment called “What You Get for The
Tel (949) 642-1300 MesaGolfCarts
Money”. It’s an amazing place to live!! Fax (949) 650-5422 1760 Monrovia A-22
Costa Mesa, CA 92627
HITS DESERT HORSE PARK TOUR!!!!!
November 10 and 11 at the Thermal show grounds. BE THERE!!!
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