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NSBA World Champions Include Ochs, Gore, Desmond, Roberts, Gralla and More

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Sydnie Ochs

By: Brittany Bevis and Eric Mendrysa

Here we are during Day 2 of this week at the 2020 NSBA World Championship Show, and there are a number of newly crowned World Champions to recognize.

Sydnie Ochs rode No Doubting Me to win 14-18 Western Pleasure just on the heels of her win in the same class at the 2020 AQHA Youth World Show. Click here to read her interview. Reserve was Steve Wheat with Pipe Dreamz. Third was Kaitlyn Smith with Southerncomfortzone. Susan Roberts rode Momma Knows Best to win Select Western Pleasure. Reserve was Richard Carr with I Will Be A Good RV. Third was John McNichol with KM Betcha Im Best. Stay tuned to EquineChronicle.com for a video interview with Susan coming soon.

Susan Roberts

In Walk Trot Trail, the adorable Kendall Lavelle was named the winner with Don’t Doubt Im Cool. Reserve was Clara Ashlock with MS RL Flashy Goodbar. Third was Dakota Honea with Mostly Chocolate. In 3-Year-Old Trail, Bruce Vickery rode U Willy Want This to a win. Reserve was Brad Ost with Made In Detroit. Third was Hayley Kittler with A Shiney Dream. Stay tuned to EquineChronicle.com for a video interview with Bruce coming soon.

Emma Gore rode Krymsun N Gold to win Novice Youth Western Riding. Just last week at the AQHA Youth World Show, Emma and her 16-year-old gelding, “King,” won 13 and Under Horsemanship. Today, they tried a new class. “We just started showing in Western Riding in December,” Emma says. “The only part I get kind of nervous about is the pole. King can be lazy and doesn’t always like to pick up his feet. I wanted to have a good run and redeem myself from the Youth World. I was excited to have a good run, and King did everything I asked.”

Emma Gore

Nancy Ditty led Blaze In Trouble to win Western Non Pro Longe Line. Reserve was Heather Caplinger with Invest N The Best. Third was Stanley Scott with Gritt N Grace. Color Non Pro Longe Line was won by Allie Littlefield with Blu Skies To Sleep By. Reserve was Tracy Stenroos with Struck By Whitning. Third was Shane McCord with Got Em Sayin Wow. Danny Desmond rode Made In The Moonlite to win 3-Year-Old Intermediate Open Western Pleasure. Reserve was Kelby Hutchinson with Made In Madison. Third was Elizabeth Baker with Livin Da Dream.

Danny Desmond

Danny was in the saddle today for owner, Ali Eidson, who told us a little about “Stretch,” a Machine Made gelding out of an Only In The Moonlite mare. “At 16.2, it can be kind of difficult at times keeping this big boy slow, but I think it gives him a lot of presence in the pen,” Ali says. “He’s an exceptional jogger and a great horse overall. This is special for Danny to continue his winning ways with Stretch. He won with me in the 2-Year-Old Stakes class at the Congress last year, so for him to continue winning with Danny is wonderful, and we’re very excited.”

Senior Hunter Under Saddle was won by Beth Case with Willy Has Potential. Reserve was Dawn Baker with Al Fool Ya. Third was Stacy Huls with Vinn Diesel. 2-Year-Old Open Hunter Under Saddle was won by Keith Miller with By All Means. Reserve was Jamie English with Borne This Way. Third was Beth Case with Fun To Be Best. Junior Western Pleasure was won by Jay Starnes with Never Have I Ever. Reserve was Aaron Moses with Moonrageous. Third was Rusty Green with KM Betcha Im Best. Lauren Gralla rode One Flashy Sensation to win Color Youth Western Riding. Reserve was Margaret Applegarth with Sharp Dressed Zippo. Third was Eli Wolfe with Certain Valor.

Lauren Gralla

Lauren and “Mel” have been a team for the past two years. Last year, they won at the APHA World Show, and trainer, Sara Simons, snagged another title this year at the NSBA World. “She’s one of the leading horses in this class in APHA, so she’s really special to me. She’s never really lost a Western Riding class she’s gone in. I do get nervous though over the pole, especially when it’s around the corner, but she was really good for me today. I just Uber around on her, honestly. She takes great care of me.”

3-Year-Old Open Color Western Pleasure saw Mike Hachtel with RR Can’t Stop A Feelin take the win. Reserve was Jeffrey Gibbs with Call You Later. Third was Sara Simons with I Aint In No Hurry. Maturity Intermediate Open Western Pleasure was won by Danny Desmond with Air Ryde. Reserve was Tate Oakley with Truth And Alibi Third was Nick Mayabb with RR Midnite Moonshine. Green Color Western Pleasure was won by Randy Wilson with Lazy On The Rocks. Reserve was Sara Simons with I Aint In No Hurry. Third was Scott Weiss with Matchbox Johnny.
In the NSBA Maturity $10,000 Limited Horse Non Pro Western Pleasure, Justin Arrington rode Made In The Dark to a win. Reserve was Carrie Oakley with Made N May. Third was Jennifer Bennett with Cool Aidy. The Color BCF 2-Year-Old Non Pro Western Pleasure was won by Deanna Green with Spot Light. Reserve was Brady Walker with Sittin Sideways. Third was Nick Weiss with Extremely Hot Blonde. Hillary Roberts rode Hay Goodlookn to win BCF 3-Year-Old Non Pro Western Pleasure. Reserve was Dakota Andrie with Never Have I Ever. Third was JF Cook with Line Up Behind. Stay tuned to EquineChronicle.com for a video interview with Hillary coming soon.
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