Two equestrian students and their instructor have returned from a Pinto Horse Association of America show in Tulsa.
Sophomore Shelby McCoy showed Radical Rendezvous and was named Champion in Amateur Horsemanship and Reserve Champion in Showmanship at Halter.
Junior Candis Miner and Paint Me Fred were named Champion in Amateur Western Pleasure.
“This show had more than 3,000 entries from 20 states,” instructor Karen Craighead said. “It was a huge show. Candis’ win was very emotional. It was a huge class with a lot of pressure. Paint Me Fred has won the last three times he competed there—so a lot of pressure.”
Miner and Fred have one show left and will leave for Cedar Rapids, Iowa, on Thanksgiving to show at the Zone 5 Championship show.
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