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Back in Tulsa, 2021 Nationals and Appaloosa Youth World Show is a BIG Success

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With great success, the Appaloosa Horse Club (ApHC) took the National and 2021 Youth World Championship Appaloosa Show back to Tulsa Expo Square in Tulsa, Oklahoma, July 26–August 1 for the first time since 2012. Now in its 73rd year, the 2021 show saw an increase from the 2019 show in horses, entries, and exhibitors across all categories, with an amazing 67% increase in Non-Pro entries.

Sponsorships for this year’s show also saw a huge increase in numbers, with every sponsorship opportunity fulfilled. For the first time ever, the National Show awarded national points under each judge to count toward year-end and lifetime awards.

“By every metric this show was a success,” said ApHC President Lori Wunderlich. “It was wonderful to see increases in participation and sponsorships. The enthusiasm of our Appaloosa family was felt everywhere you went. It was great to be back at Tulsa Expo Square.”

Continuing to adapt during challenging times, the ApHC reformatted this year’s show schedule to a seven-day event packed with fun times and beautiful horses. Nearly 50 high-point and specialty awards were given out, including two three-horse gooseneck aluminum Sundowner Trailers for one year’s use, sponsored by Twin Cities South Trailer Sales, LLC, and four trophy saddles donated by Elite Custom Saddles.

The Appaloosa Youth Association (AYA) enjoyed a variety of fun activities including an exhibitor party at the on-grounds water park, Safari Joe’s H2O, an ice cream social, a boot scramble, egg toss, wheelbarrow race, and dog races. The newest Appaloosa Breyer Model Horse, Chocolatey, was on grounds Thursday, July 29th to take selfies with show attendees, and kids were invited to paint their own Breyer Model Horses in the Trade Show Hall, generously donated by Breyer.

The National Appaloosa Show is the longest-running, single-breed horse show in the nation, with 2021 marking its 73rd year. The first National Show was held in 1948 in Lewiston, Idaho. ApHC founder George Hatley set out to provide an avenue for elite competition that would add value to the horses and provide a colorful venue to expose the breed to broader audiences. Over the decades, the show has been expanded to include multiple levels, ages, and new disciplines, and it remains a premiere event and vibrant gathering of the Appaloosa community.

Preparations are now underway for the 2021 World Championship Appaloosa Show in Fort Worth, Texas, October 29–November 6 at Will Rogers Memorial Center. Qualification has been waived for this year’s show. The show schedule and other information can be found at www.appaloosa.com/world-show.

The ApHC would like to thank all sponsors, exhibitors, judges, Owen Farms Arena Team, Tulsa Expo Square, and staff for putting together such a successful event. Please join the ApHC in congratulating the following award winners at this year’s show.

73RD NATIONAL & 2021 WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP APPALOOSA YOUTH SHOW AWARD WINNERS

Grand Champion Stallion- CLASSIC PIZZAZZ, owned by  KELLY P. and MICHELLE IRELAND of CUMMINGS, KS

Reserve Grand Champion Stallion- TEL N TALES, owned by BECK FARMS of STOCKTON, CA

Grand Champion Mare- ALEXA, owned by BECK FARMS of STOCKTON, CA

Reserve Grand Champion Mare- WANNA TALK ABOUT ME, owned by GARY & TAMMY RAAK of PILOT POINT, TX

Grand Champion Gelding- LONE STAR LAW, owned by DANNY CARDWELL of REIDSVILLE, NC

Reserve Grand Champion Gelding- ALL IN ALL DONE, owned by BECK FARMS of STOCKTON, CA

Champion Western Horse- IM VICKI VALE, owned by ARTURO MAESTAS of PILOT POINT, TX and MEGAN HOLTMEYER of PARKER, CO

Champion English Horse- DADDYS A HERO, owned by JANA RODES of ARGYLE, TX

Champion Cattle Horse- IMA SPARKLE O LENA, owned by MEGAN HOLTMEYER of PARKER, CO

Champion Games Horse- DELTA SPECIAL EFFORT, owned by OLIVIA & SAMANTHA JOHNSON of NORWELL, MA

Champion Ranch Horse- ONE BUFF JERSEY, owned by SIDNEY MARIAH KARR and TERRI MOBBS KARR of ROYSE CITY, TX

Grand Champion Non-Pro Stallion- TEL N TALES, owned by BECK FARMS of STOCKTON, CA

Reserve Grand Champion Non-Pro Stallion- DYNAMIC SECRET, owned by BECK FARMS of STOCKTON, CA

Grand Champion Non-Pro Mare- ALEXA, owned by BECK FARMS of STOCKTON, CA

Reserve Grand Champion Non-Pro Mare- DONATELLA, owned by WILBURN ARCHER of NORWOOD ONTARIO CANADA

Grand Champion Non-Pro Gelding- ITS KID RAAK, owned by BECK FARMS of STOCKTON, CA

Reserve Grand Champion Non-Pro Gelding- ALL IN ALL DONE, owned by BECK FARMS of STOCKTON, CA

All-Around Non-Pro- SAMANTHA JOHNSON of NORWELL, MA

High-Point Non-Pro- MEGAN HOLTMEYER of PARKER, CO

Reserve High-Point Non-Pro- SAMANTHA JOHNSON of NORWELL, MA

High-Point Masters Non-Pro- KRISTA GIRRBACH of TIPTON, MI

Reserve High-Point Masters Non-Pro- LORA MARSHALL of SAN ANTONIO, TX

High-Point 35 & Over Non-Pro- MEGAN HOLTMEYER of PARKER, CO

Reserve High-Point 35 & Over Non-Pro- TRISTANNA CARRELL of GLORIETA, NM

High-Point Novice Non-Pro- ANNIKA JO HANSON of HUGO, MN

Reserve High-Point Novice Non-Pro- HAILEY RITZER of NEWTON, NJ

High-Point Non-Pro Walk/Trot- MICHAEL HOLZWORTH of CUMMING, IA

Reserve High-Point Non-Pro Walk/Trot- LINDSAY RAE COX of OLD HICKORY, TN

Champion Non-Pro Games Horse- SLIDE ME A WHIZ, owned by RICHARD LANKFORD and JEFF LANKFORD of PRINCETON, IN

Champion Non-Pro Cattle Horse- HOLLYWOOD RITA, owned by DANIEL AND DORINE BENNETT of MADISON, SD and CARLY WETTLAUFER of RAMONA, SD

Champion Non-Pro Halter Exhibitor- DAVID W. BECK of STOCKTON, CA

Champion Non-Pro Western Exhibitor- MAKENNA KNIGHT of PILOT POINT, TX

Champion Non-Pro English Exhibitor- MEGAN HOLTMEYER of PARKER, CO

Champion Non-Pro Showmanship/Equitation Exhibitor- PARKER BIWER of JEFFERSON, WI

Photo courtesy of Larry Williams Photography

Champion Non-Pro Ranch Horse- ONE BUFF JERSEY, owned by SIDNEY MARIAH KARR & TERRI MOBBS KARR of ROYSE CITY, TX

Overall High-Point Youth- MADISON SCHATZMAN of REDMOND, WA

High-Point Youth, 13 & Under- ALEXIS PROULX of GRISWOLD, CT

Reserve High-Point Youth, 13 & Under- CARLY KLEIER of KENESAW, NE

High-Point Youth, 14-18- MADISON SCHATZMAN of REDMOND, WA

Reserve High-Point Youth, 14-18- OLIVIA JOHNSON of NORWELL, MA

All-Around Youth -TAYLOR SMITH of COLLEGE STATION, TX

High-Point Walk/Trot Youth, 10 & Under- EMMA ANDREWS of MERCER ISLAND, WA

Photo courtesy of Larry Williams Photography.

Reserve High-Point Walk/Trot Youth, 10 & Under- TAYLOR ANN JACOBS of CORUNNA, MI

High-Point Walk/Trot Youth, 11-18- SARAH HARNISH of PROSPER, TX

Reserve High-Point Walk/Trot Youth, 11-18- CAITLIN E. WRIGHT of TROY, MO

High-Point 18 & Under Equitation Rider- ANYA LELAND of BELLEVUE, WA

High-Point Novice Youth, 13 & Under- ELIZABETH WILHELM of ISSAQUAH, WA

Reserve High-Point Novice Youth, 13 & Under- GABRIELLA INOCENCIO REYES of RICHWOOD, TX

High-Point Novice Youth, 14-18- ISABELLA DOAN of AUBREY, TX

Reserve High-Point Novice Youth, 14-18- ANYA LELAND of BELLEVUE, WA

Overall High-Point Youth Games Exhibitor- MADELINE GREGORY of SEATTLE, WA

Overall High-Point Youth Ranch Horse- AN AWESOME PARIDISE, owned by KYRA RICHARD HOGGETT of GARLAND, TX

High-Point Youth Over Fences Exhibitor- AMY LAMBERTH of GEORGETOWN, TX

Youth Sportsmanship Award- MAISEN GORES of ALMENA, WI

Non-Pro Sportsmanship Award- SYNDEE ADAMS of YORK, NE

The Appaloosa Horse Club (ApHC) was established in 1938 with a mission of preserving, promoting and enhancing the Appaloosa breed. The ApHC has since registered more than 700,000 Appaloosas, which are known for their distinctive color, intelligence and even temperament. True to their reputation as an extremely versatile breed, Appaloosas can be found in nearly every discipline including racing, endurance riding and serving as reliable family horses. The international breed registry is headquartered in Moscow, Idaho, the heart of the Palouse region—the Appaloosa breed’s namesake and point of origin.

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