By: Brittany Bevis
The Washington State Quarter Horse Association Trophy Circuit was held May 24-27 at the beautiful Evergreen State Fairgrounds in Monroe, WA. Judges for the event were Stephen Stephens, Michael Ochetto, Dean Ross, Michael Jung, Robin Jung, and Nancy Sue Ryan.
In addition to a full schedule of AQHA classes, there were also several NSBA added money futurities. The winner of the 3-Year-Old Open Western Pleasure was Jeff Williams with Snack Chip. The Reserve Champion was Donald Rae with KM This Rounds On Me. Third place was Julie Davis with Suddenly Perfect. Fourth was Anna Rodriguez with On A Southern Breeze.
In the 3-Year-Old Non Pro Western Pleasure, Jeff Williams and Snack Chip were the champions once again. The Reserve Champion was Julie Davis with Suddenly Perfect. Third was Taunya Clizbe with Best Believe That. Fourth was Renay Crosby with Made To Be Noticed.
The All Breed Hunter Under Saddle 3 and 4-Year-Old Open Futurity was won by Read Al About Me for owner, Kit Bolt. The Reserve Champion was Anna Rodriguez with Unchippable Zipdrive.
Congratulations is also in order for High Point Champions at the show. The 13 and Under Champion was Claira Bingaman with Red Hot Options. Reserve was Victoria Coombs with Bobby Dimensions. The 14 – 18 Champion was Lily Richardson with A Natural Dancer. Reserve was Elizabeth Gerbrandt with A Sudden Extreme.
The 11 & Under Champion was Makeila Eserjose with Suddens Best Asset. The Amateur Champion was Ciera Bennett with Irwins A Lil Bit Purdy. The Reserve Champion was Marissa Siemens with I Love Lucy Lou. The Open Champion was I Love Lucy Lou for Marissa Siemens.
The Select Champion was Linda Coakley with Rock Star N The House. The Reserve Champion was Jeannette Riley with Nu Lil Smooch. The Novice Amateur Champion was Jeannette Riley with Nu Lil Smooch. The Reserve Champion was Megan Neugebaur with The Wisest Choice.
Coming up next for WSQHA is the Region One Novice Show and AQHA Region One Championship August 8 and 9-11. The Northwest Emerald will be held September 5-8, and the Western States AQHA Breed Congress will be held September 26-29.
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