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06/17/2007 | (1) Comments

Sue Pietrzak and her wonder horse Paddy continued to dominate the A/O Jumper devision, taking home a championship and a reserve  at the Oaks Blenheim horse shows in April.We are back from California and the ranch is in full swing. We have hosted two CWHJA Horse shows, and both were a tremendous success!! We have been to two horse shows and Sue and Paddy have continued thier winning ways in the A/O jumpers. They are off the Spruce Meadows and we wish them all the luck in the world!! Leah and her new pony Freckles, debut in the Flower Power division at our recent CWHJA show.
Freckles and Leah seen here smiling about a Championship ribbon at their second show together!! 
We have recently attended the Mega Rally in High Prairie where our riders come home with masses of blue ribbons!!! Lilly in Tetrathlon won every event in her division, and the D team won their show jumping rally!! Pony Club has been a wonderful avenue for developing horsemanship and showmanship in the kids.
We also have three new foals on the ranch!! Check out the breeding page for more information on these three beautiful fillies. Our first embryo transfer foal is a beautiful filly. Her KWPN Mother is  Libberty's Diamond and her father is Mezcalaro (Voltair) one of the leading jumper sires of the country. This beautiful filly was born June 6 2007.

he to2008 Adult Hunter Classicp 25 horses in the Adult Amateur Hunter Division (Over and Under 35 combined) will be invited to participate in the CHJA Adult Hunter Classic providing they have a minimum of 50 points accrued as of the end of the qualifying period. Points for the Adult Hunter Classic will accrue as of December1 of the previous year to 20 days before the current year’s Hunter Classics.000-433 braindumps In order to accumulate points, horses and their owners must be current members of the CHJA in good standing. The Equitation Committee may, at its discretion, increase or decrease the minimum point requirements for any given year or increase or decrease the number of participants invited. The CHJA Hunter Classic classes will be judged on an open numerical system by two registered USEF judges. All horses and ponies will jump a hunter type course consisting of at least 10 jumps. At least the top 12 riders, if available or one third of the entries will return to compete over a second round. Scores from the first round will be added together with the scores of the second round to determine the placings. If a tie exists for first place only, JN0-570 braindumps after the second round, a third round will be held to determine the winner. All other ties will remain tied. No rider may show more than two horses in any one Classic.

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