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Ready for the Challenge


B Daphne Foran on Hey Lil Porsche. special to the horsetrader


URBANK—The California Reining Horse Association saw its largest Challenge Horse Show in recent


memory. Approximately 330 stalls were sold with many of those spaces filled with horses from out of state. The prestigious futurity and last derby of the year brought the competition out. The show has garnered the reputation of hosting one of the premier futurities on the West Coast. Through the years, many of the top horses made famous at the NRHA Futurity were seen showing in the Burbank class first. This year was no exception. Martin Muehlstaeter won the L4 division on Seven On Seven owned by Anne Solbraekke. The pair laid down a scorching 148.5 to win. A few weeks later, they finished fourth in the NRHA Futurity. A hometown favorite and CRHA board member, Daphne Foran, claimed the Reserve Championship on Hey Litle Porsche owned by Charmain Sauro. They were only a point off of the leader marking a 147.5. That run did earn them championship titles in every other division—the L1, L2, and L3. Aſter the run, Daphne was understand-


ably elated. “I couldn’t be more proud of this litle mare,” she said. “She came to us almost a year behind in her training but is so good-minded and has so much heart and courage, she let me show her to her potential. This is a milestone in my career, and I can’t thank everyone enough for their support and belief in me!” The last derby of the year also saw some


exceptional runs. Topping the L4 was Shotgun Rider ridden by Tracer Gilson for owner, Vickie Compton. It took a 147 to claim the title. Midnite Whizkey Run, ridden by Martin Padilla, and Nite Tripps, with rider Thiago Sobral, tied for reserve. Results were the same in the L3. Everyone loves a run-off and that what


spectators got to watch for the L1 and L2 title. When the dust setled, Nite Tripps and Sobral bested Midnite Whizkey Run and Padilla for the win. Running concurrent with the Derby was


Kathy Copus on TR Patsdreaminofgold.


Mark Blakley photo


Mark Blakley photo


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