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John O'Hara photo


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FOCUS ON Reining


The best Novice Horse L2 at the Rein for the Roses was Melinda Gaw's Rockabilly Banjo, ridden by David Hanson.


Ollie Galligan (center) and David Hanson watch the reply of the Kentucky Derby in Silkys (Sulky Sullivan's) bar duning an intermission from the reining competition.


Jordan Larson, now a Californian, and Michael Russell's Roosters Who.


ROSES:


With multiple Open and Intermediate Open classes, Ollie Galligan and Elizabeth Atkins's Reddy Aim Shine On were stars at the Rein for the Roses.


Champion Casey Abbo shined in Rookie Youth classes on her Lovet.


to watch the Derby on the Derby. Non Pros came out in force and did not disappoint. The crowd cheered for each and every rider and top performances took home the hardware. Jordan Larson, who just moved to the area from Texas, came to Brookside for the first time with horses ready to derby. He rode Roosters Who, owned by Michael Russell, to victory in the Open Derby and will have have his name added to the Rein for Roses Open Champion Perpetual Plaque on display at Brookside. Cam Essick on Loveya and Tzvika Knaani on Kind of a Big Dual were co-cham- pions in the Non Pro Level 4. More online: http://bit.ly/906_Roses


Lilly Gilson rode Millificent to the Youth 13-under Co-championship.


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