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Results From MQHA Maple Leaf

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By: Brittany Bevis

The Missouri Quarter Horse Association Maple Leaf horse show marked a special occasion as it was the first event for Christian Jauntig’s new management company,  Topline Event Management. The four-judge AQHA show took place March 24-27 in Lake St. Louis, MO. Judges were Sandy Jirkovsky, Lisa Ligon, Bruce Army, and Christa Baldwin.

There were a few special events during the show including Showmanship Mimosas on the concourse and a Slide Contest Friday evening where the winner received a bronze trophy and $2,500 in Showtime Show Clothing Saddle Pads were awarded.

“Wow! What a fantastic first Topline managed show! We’re so thrilled to have been in Missouri for the Maple Leaf. Numbers were fantastic across the board,” says Judge Lisa Ligon.

“It was a lovely and wonderful experience for all involved. With a wide array of friendly and high quality exhibitors, a good time was had by all,” says Judge Sandy Jirkovsky.

Congratulations to the High Point Champions!

The Open winner was Snap Krackle Pop and Kendra Weis for Twylla Brown. The Rookie Amateur winner was Dont Skip Stick and Taylor Young. The Level 1/Novice Amateur winner was SumDiscretionAdvised and Kelsey Guadarrama. The Amateur winner was No Doubt Im Silver & Bailey Eisinger. The Select winner was No Time To Be Lazy & Kelleigh DeMonbrun.

The Rookie Youth winner was Surely Im A Certain & Addison Buckley. The Level 1/Novice Youth winner was A Sudden Extreme & Natalie Riegsecker. The Youth winner was Chex Out My Lope & Kaylyn Krutchen.

The EWD winner was Willy Fine Wine & Robert Castellitto. The Small Fry winner was The Best Bet Yet & Willa Bruce. The Level 1 Amateur W/T winner was Rock The Cash Bar & Leigh Nitcher. The Level 1 Youth W/T winner was Premium Pine & Emmilie McNeely.

The VRH Amateur winner was SHR Flash For Cash & Shannon Dudley. The VRH Youth winner was Suddenly No Warning & Abigail Lewis. The VRH Open winner was Lets Double Down & Clayton Jerrell for Wendy McConnell.

“Thank you to all involved for helping us put on such a quality event,” says Christian Jauntig. “We loved this picture of the GauxPro kids and their circuit awards so much, we attempted to recreate it!”

Scroll below to view results from the show. If you would like share photos and results from a show, email B.Bevis@EquineChronicle.com.

Click here to view S/C 1 results.

Click here to view S/C 2 results.

Click here to view scribe sheets.

Click here to view circuit champions.

The next show for Topline Event Management will be the Mid-South QHA Spring Show April 1-3, 2022 in Cordova, TN. with Chele McGauly, Kenny Hall, and April and Casey Devitt judging.

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