By: Brittany Bevis
It’s hard to believe that this is only the second day of the New Year and the 2014 show season is already in full swing!
In the southern hemisphere, the Florida Gulf Coast Quarter Horse Show kicks off day two after the successful conclusion of the Florida Gold Coast Quarter Horse Show on December 31st. The Gulf Coast portion of the circuit will extend through January 6th to close out the remainder of 12 full AQHA shows being held at the Florida State Fairgrounds in Tampa.
Judges for the remainder of the show will be Fred W. Benker, DVM, Robert Bielefeld, Joe Carter, Chris Thompson, Larry Little, Jim Searles, Dan Trein, and Karen Watters.
Results from the Gold Coast are available on Professional Horseshow Management’s website. Click on the links below to view results, photos, and more.
Florida Gold Coast and Gulf Coast:
Shows 1, 2, 3- 12/27- 12/29 Results
Shows 4, 5, 6- 12/28-12/31 Results
In the midwest, the Oklahoma Paint Horse Holiday Classic is wrapping up the last four-judge Paint-O-Rama today, January 2nd, with Sue Stafford, Lori Gordon, Rick McLain, and Gary Hersom officiating.
Oklahoma Holiday Classic:
Further to the west, the Arizona Copper County Paint-O-Ramas began the 2014 portion of the show, which will extend through January 3rd. Judging this second section of the show will be Tom Crowley, Marty Jo Hays, Ann Jones, and Chris Arnold.
Arizona Copper Count Paint-O-Ramas:
Heading back up north once more, the Cloverdale Winner Circuit concluded in Indiana on New Year’s Eve with John Boxell, David Denniston, Lynda Danielson, Jill Newcomb, Cal Gomes, and Mike Hawkins judging.
Cloverdale Winner Circuit:
Stay tuned for photos coming soon from Holman Photography.
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