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Abby Lubin on Stars Revolution tied with Megan Lynch on Revolutionic with a 70.5 to share first place in Youth 14–18.


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hopefuls laid out their best efforts to claim money and prizes. In the $5,000-added Level 4, Brooke Boyle scored a 145.5 to win on Sunset Nite, owned by her dad, Mike Boyle. Close behind in reserve with a 145 was Cam Essick on her home-bred and raised Loveya. With 140s in a 3-4 split were Lady Bang Bang, owned and shown by Brita Jacobson, and Whizky Drinkn Princess, shown by Campbell McLeod and owned by the McLeod Family Farms. In Fiſth place were Nicole


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Lady Bang Bang and owner-rider Brita Jacobson enjoyed a great show.


Cox piloting her own Gota Smart Whiz to a score of 138.5. In Level 1, Brita scored the championship win, and to Nicole Cox was reserve. With a score of 137, Derek Brummet came in third on Ima Shiny Mister, owned by himself and his wife, Kelli. Rica Macalvey was fourth on Doree Sims’ Got Guns A Blazin. Essick was Prime Time Champion with Brita coming in Reserve. Brummet took third-place honors, with Vicki Dias coming in fourth on her own ARC Dun With Ya.


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