Senior Taylor Bernstein and Stephens-owned Peanut won the Missouri Kansas Park Championship this weekend at the UPHA American Royal National Horse Show at Kemper Arena in Kansas City.
The show attracted some 800 horses and participants competing from all over the country.
“Taylor was against some of the top professionals and World Champions,” Sara Linde, equestrian instructor said, adding appreciation for Bernstein’s coach, Assistant Professor Kelly Hulse.
Hulse took several Stephens students to the competition. Here are the results:
Berstein and Undulata’s Health Nut (Peanut) – 1st and 4th place in Missouri Kansas Park Championship
Senior Cara Wolf and A Silver Charm – 2nd place in Missouri Kansas Amateur/Jr. Exhibitor Three-Gaited; 2nd place in Missouri Kansas Amateur/Jr. Exhibitor Three-Gaited Championship
Junior Delynn Uttecht and Arrowhead’s Dreamcatcher – 2nd place in Missouri Kansas Amateur Five-Gaited and 2nd place in Missouri Kansas Amateur Five-Gaited Championship
Sophomore Erin Cummings and Cool Down Papa – 2nd place in Missouri/Kansas Five-Gaited Show Pleasure
Sophomore Juliana Himmel and Just Special – 2nd place in Missouri Kansas Three-Gaited Show Pleasure Adult and 4th in Missouri Kansas Show Pleasure Adult Championship
Freshman Rachel Cummings and Sir Steve – 8th place in Missouri Kansas Five-Gaited Show Pleasure
Freshman Gabrielle Zimmermann and Uptown New Yorker – 4th place in Missouri/Kansas Amateur/Jr. Exhibitor Three-Gaited
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