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Volume Nineteen - Issue Three November 2014

american horsewoman’s challenge winners

upstarts used consistent perfor- mances and amazing demonstra- tions of human and horse partner- ship to place first and second in the first American Horsewoman’s Challenge held at the Lazy E Arena in Guthrie, Oklahoma.

trainer, teacher, fine artist and mother of a two-year-old, from St. Paul, Minnesota, garnered con- sistent scores in the preliminary rounds to place fourth going into the “clean slate” Freestyle Finals. Her Freestyle presentation, drawn from fantasy fiction, expressed her

Jerusha Steinert, horse

artistic side while demonstrating her incredible relationship with her horse Mesabi Warrior. The audience and judges were captivated by the artistry of her bareback performance that combined elements of medieval jousting, Garrocha, bridleless riding and Liberty. (Visit: com/watch?v=Tyd24QpYdaU to see Steinert and Mesabi Warrior) Hannah Catalino of

routine of horse/human partnership and willingness that enthralled the crowd. The highlight was Hannah and Ace jumping an upright, over- turned garbage can dead-on center, multiple times.

Cardwell, Montana, the competi- tion’s youngest competitor at 19, proved to be the audience favorit3e. She and her equine partner Ace came into the finals in eighth posi- tion. It was her simple, but amazing,

positioned herself as Grand Cham- pion with her Freestyle score of 27 from celebrity judges Linda Parelli, Julie goodnight and singer/ songwriter Templeton Thompson, there was a three-way tie for second. Catalino, Obbie Schlom of Canyon, Texas, and Mdary Kitzmiller of Kemp, Texas all garnered scores of 26 that resulted in an audience tie-breaker. Through their applause and enthusiastic yelling, Catalino clearly came out on top with Schlom coming in third. Obbie Schlom’s Free-

style performance featured an amaz- ing presentation of riding with her horse Radar and her Brahman cross steer, Stover. First her horse Radar ponyed and performed with Stover, then the steer performed with Radar at Liberty. The highlight was Radar side passing over Stover, who was

Although Steinert clearly lying down.

style finals was three days of compe- tition in Liberty, Cowboy Dressage ™ and Ranch and Trail Versatility. The ranch and trail was judged based on the fast-paced Extreme Cowboy Race where competitors did not know the course obstacles until an hour before the race began. It was a true test of trust and part- nership between horsewoman and her young horse.

for Liberty and Ranch and trail were presented to Obbie Schlom for her high scores of 69.75 and 115.9, respectively. Marcia Moore Harrison of Potlatch, Idaho won the Champion trophy for Cowboy Dressage with a score of 227.25. Plans call for entries to

be accepted for the 2015 American Horsewoman’s Challenge begin- ning November 1, 2014 with the new eight-month training period starting February 1, 2015. More information on the Challenge and how to enter is available at www. The Champion trophies Leading up to the Free-

Jerusha Steinert, Hannah Catalino, Obbie Schlom and Mary Kitzmiller take top honors in women’s multidiscipline challenge Two relatively unknown

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“Shilo” is a seven year-old, 14.3 hand tri-colored, well trained paint gelding with absolutely no bad habits, gentle and well trained enough to be appreciated and enjoyed by everyone from Beginner to Experienced riders. He has a good one-hand neck-rein, stop, and back-up, and will ride with a loose rein, maintaining the gait you have him in until you ask him to change. He does not spook or shy from wildlife, livestock, crowds, nor in the pens, nor in the pas- ture, or on the trails. He has not gotten fresh or frisky when I have had him turned out, and is easy to catch, load, shoe, saddle, and mount. He gets along well with other horses. This horse has had a lot of good seasoning riding time, by good riders, and has never been allowed to know what a bad habit is. He will give you 100% of his respect and attention. This is a good all-around kind of a horse that will do for work or pleasure

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