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20 Reining returns


More than 1,000 entries vie in five days of WCRHA shows


R eileen maxinoski / for the horsetrader


ANCHO MURIETA — Nearly 200 exhibitors recently beat the COVID-19 pandemic blues by competing in the


successful, well-run third and fourth affili- ate shows of the West Coast Reining Horse Association. With over 1,000 actual entries, it proved to


be the largest show for the WCRHA in years. Five days of showing June 24-28 gave train- ers, non-pros, and youth plenty of opportu- nities to get ‘in the pen’ under the watchful eyes of NRHA judges Kelly Sapp of North Carolina and Mark Turner of Indiana. The double-affiliate show, held at the


beautiful Murieta Equestrian Center in Rancho Murieta, started the week off with a full slate of classes going through mid-Friday, at which time the Fourth Affiliate show, with duplicate classes in a different order, began. The Equestrian Center and WCRHA


directors put in place COVID-19 health restrictions — from allowing only exhibitors, trainers, owners, and essential personnel on the show grounds to encouraging the wearing of masks and social distancing. The viewing stands were off limits for spectators, and there were designated entrance and exit gates into the show pen and the warm-up pen.


One horse in particular slid and spun his


way to multiple wins for his trainer as well Continued on page 22


With a 72.5, Gabe Davide and Mister Smartypants topped 45 others to


win titles in three Novice Horse Open classes in the Affiliate 4 Show.


Trainer Liz Rammerstorfer and Like Madd took wins in all three levels of Novice Horse Open with a score of 71.5, while owner Kelly Staley (right) claimed several wins in her classes.


Cindy Laver’s 69.5 on her Revolutionic earned her a WCRHA Green Rider title.


John O’Hara photo


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