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Around the Rings Photos and Results – APHC Copper Country POR, Dec 31, 2022

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Friday, December 31st at the 2022 APHC Copper Country Paint O Rama saw two show rings of action, ranging from Western Pleasure to Trail, Western Riding, Western Horsemanship, and Ranch events.

December POR judges: A-Brendan Brown (MO) NSBA, B-Dave Denniston (CO) NSBA, C-Bob Kail (AZ) NSBA, D-Keith Longacre (OK) NSBA.

January POR judges (judging Trail as ancillary judges): A- Cindy Chilton Moore (MO), NSBA, B- Mark Kuhlwein (AZ), C- Teresa Pelton (FL) D- Leanne Williams (CO) NSBA.

In the Equidome in the morning, Reese Byers of Wichita, Kansas, tied for the win with her sister, Sawyer Byers, in the Novice Youth Western Pleasure. Sawyer won it by the tie-breaker judge with Only One Vision, and Reese reports she was happy with her final Western Pleasure class as a Youth with Ill B At The Bar.

Her main goal while attending Copper Country was to cinch the Number One spot for the APHA Year End in Novice Youth. “So far I think I have it pretty secured, and that’s a good thing! I’m super-excited,” she says.

As of January 1, for the second Paint O Rama at the show, Reese had a big change on the horizon.  “I’m going to be an Amateur tomorrow! It’s going to be a crazy change, and everything will get a little big harder, but it’s okay – we’ll do it,” she says. Her goals are to hopefully win a little and get used the harder patterns going from Novice Youth to Amateur.

Reese explains her favorite thing about “Troy” is his willingness.  “He’s so willing and he just wants to try his heart out for me; he’s such a good boy.”


Circuit results for all classes on Saturday, December 31, 2022, can be found here:  CCPOR Dec 31 Circuits

 

Some highlights of Saturday’s competition:

NSBA Western Pleasure All Ages sponsored by The Gift Of Midas:
Champion: Faith Is Certain with Karen Qualls for Shelley Tuma
Reserve: Refleet with Tim Gillespie for Chase Hanson
3rd: Rock County Kid with Andrew Sharp for Chavez Enterprises
Tied for 4th:
Best Ingredient with Jeffrey Gibbs for Joyce Conklin
Dreww Breeze with Anthony Wilson for Dakota King Phelps
We caught up with Shelley Tuma right before her Amateur Walk Trot Western Pleasure class to learn more about “Roger!” See what she had to say in our EC TV video:

Faith Is Certain Wins NSBA Western Pleasure with Karen Qualls for Shelley Tuma

West Coast Breeders Futurity Junior Horse Western Pleasure:
Champion: Ay Bay Bay with Karen Qualls for Brenda McCarthy
Reserve: Only One Vision with Tim Gillespie for Kelly Maciejewski
Tied for 3rd:
Lucky In Luv with Shannon Gillespie for Shannon Yeaton
Girl Code with Rylee Morgan for Candace Lowry
West Coast Breeders Futurity Non Pro Western Pleasure:
Champion: Chase Hanson with Refleet
Reserve: Shannon Yeaton with Lucky In Luv
3rd: Brenda McCarthy with Ay Bay Bay
APHA Junior Western Pleasure:
Champion: Chase Hanson with Refleet
Reserve: Shannon Yeaton with Lucky In Luv
3rd: Maggie Griffin with The Red Factor
APHA Western Regional Buckle Winner: Angela Gewondjan with A Certain Tallent
Youth Western Pleasure 18 & Under:
Champion: Emma Goffard with Candy Confidential
Reserve: Peytyn Goodin with Even More Sensational
3rd: Cody Dulin with Invitation Only
Amateur Walk Trot Horsemanship:
Champion: Amy Thomasson with KeepTheDoublesComin
Reserve: Patti Gonzalez with CR Walk The Line
3rd: Judy McNabb with Tats Classical Rhythm
APHA Western National Championship Buckle Winner: Amy Thomasson with KeepTheDoublesComin
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