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FOCUS ON Reining


When Reining’s


a Beach CRHA annual Huntington Beach show marks summer’s end


H special to the horsetrader


UNTINGTON BEACH—Reiners from the Californai Reining Horse Association head as far west as they


can each August—to the Huntington Beach Central Park Equestrian Center, to be exact— for a Slide on the Beach. The popular one-day show Aug. 4 offered a jackpot reining as well as CRHA and NRCHA classes in a (cooler) change of scenery. In the Open Division, Bridgete Neese took Allison Williams’s Hesa Smokin Edition to the title, with Daphne Foran winning the Novice Horse Open Championship on Zins Rowdy Whiz. In the Limited Open, co-champions were


Karleigh Farmer on Stephen Silver’s Roocat and Luis Torres aboard Mobster Gold Gun, owned by Suzanne Farris. In Non Pro action, Casey Bibbs was a star, winning titles in Non Pro, Intermediate Non


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Charmain Sauro and Zins Rowdy Whiz (left) and Riley Cachat on Custom Cody Whiz were


Rookie Level 1 Co-champions. Cachat also took the Youth 13-under Championship.


Bridgete Neese took Allison Williams’s Hesa Smokin Edition to the Open Championship at the CRHA Slide On The Beach show.


Casey Bibbs and Spooks Fot The Chics won three Non Pro divisions—Non Pro, Intermediate Non Pro, and Limited Non Pro.


Daphne Foran slid to the Novice Horse Open Championship on Zins Rowdy Whiz.


Emma Dillon won the Youth 14-18 Championship aboard WheresMySparkingSpots.


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