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CRHA Summertime Slide enlivens Midstate Fairgrounds


Reining in Paso


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ASO ROBLES — There were familiar faces and familiar horses at the 2021 California Reining Horse Association


Summertime Slide, but one new item this year that had everyone’s atention was the venue itself -- the iconic Midstate Fairgrounds. Steeped in history and Western heritage, the Central Coast town hosted a CRHA reining for the first time. The four-day event, held Aug. 27-28, was


the association’s last competition before its big year-end Challenge show Oct. 26-31 at the Los Angeles Equestrian Center. One of the Summertime Slide’s top


performers was rider Emma Dillon who took home titles in a variety of Rookie Division classes aboard Pam Berhards’s WheresMyParkingSpots. Her 70.50 score edged Christine Bentley on Rio Killer Gun by a half-point to take the 11-entry NRHA Rookie Level 1 class and also the 12-entry CRHA Rookie Level 2 class, respectively. The UC Davis freshman on the Aggies 21-22 equestrian team is the defending CRHA Rookie L1 Champion. Other Non Pros who shined at the


September Slide were Linda Hardy on her Whizkey Chaser, winners of the Limited Non Pro and Primetime Non Pro classes, and


Jimmy Nichols and Dreamin N Hollywood warm up at the California Midstate Fairgrounds during the CRHA Summertime Slide Aug. 27-30.


Karin Jones on Chic Charming


Mark Blakley photo


Mark Blakley photo


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