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W The SouthWest Chat


elcome to the September issue of SouthWest Horse Traderwith Youth our main focus. Each year, the National Reining Horse As-


sociation (NRHA) Derby is host to the Collegiate Rein- ing Championship, an event allowing riders from colleges around the U.S. to represent their school while showcasing their reining abilities on a generously do- nated horse. The 2018 event was held between section one and two of the Non Pro Derby finals and was a great representation of the future of reining. The competition consisted of 12 riders representing


three organizations: NRHA, the National Collegiate Equestrian Association (NCEA), and the Intercollegiate Horse Show Association (IHSA). Contestants ran NRHA Pattern 3 under the bright lights of the Jim Norick Coliseum. Third in the draw was Kyndall Harper, University of


Georgia, (NRHA) aboard Wimpys Lucky Girl. To- gether the duo earned a 213 ½ which earned them sixth place. Morgan Knerr from the University of Findlay (IHSA) piloted Malena Chic Olena to a final score of 210 and eighth place in the class. Also qualifying through the IHSA, Travis Fourtune from Murray State University drew fifth in the draw on The Boominator. Together they slid to a 211.5 and seventh place. Courtney Yohey was originally next in the draw


however she was asked to trade horses by the judges. Yohey from Texas A&M University (NRHA) rode


Madison Steed


Check Out My Guns to a 216.5 which earned her fourth place in the competition. Following Yohey was Madison Steed of Southern Methodist University (NRHA). Steed scored a 222.5 aboard Kim Burnett’s San Juan Whiz, claiming the Championship. Annabeth Payne, University of Georgia (NCEA),


took the reins of Lite N Juicey and marked a 220 and earned third place. Next in the working order was Caroline Gute from


University of South Carolina (NRHA). Aboard Don’t Forget Baby, Gute earned a 220 and clinched the reserve championship for the class. Last to go was Danielle Paulson from the University of Wisconsin – River Falls (NRHA). Riding Rio One Step Closer, Paulson slide to a 214 and fifth place.w


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