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MTHJA Medal Finals


Photos by Carissa Ramsdell

[Hunter champions results]

[Jumper champions results]

The Jaeckle Centre in Thompson’s Station, Tennessee held the last hunter show of the season, the TJC Fall Classic, on November 18-19, 2017. The show offered double points and was the Medal Finals for Middle Tennessee Hunter Jumper Association (MTHJA) riders. Amy Krebs and Abby George won the MTHJA Medal Finals. 

Other Hunter Champions at the show were:

Children’s Pony Hunter: Hopscotch, ridden by Amy Krebs

Children’s/ Adult Hunter: Comadinski, owned by the Jaeckle Centre and ridden by Jaclyn Fischer Craddock

Modified Jr/Amateur Hunter: Cooper, ridden by Maggie Stuhlreyer

Pre-Children’s/Adult Hunter: Tresford, owned by the Jaeckle Centre and ridden by Amy Krebs

Short Stirrup 12 & Under: Tootsie, ridden by Gabel Gawthorpe

Special Hunter 2’6”: Tiz Awesome, ridden by Kathryn Zelenik

Special Hunter 3’: Comadinski, owned by the Jaeckle Centre and ridden by Jaclyn Fischer Craddock

The previous weekend, November 11, 2017, the Jacekle Centre hosted its last jumper show of the season, and following  are the MTHJA Champion jumpers:

Beginner Jumper: Oliver with a Twise, owned by Elizabeth Egan and ridden by Jenny Martin

Hopeful Jumper: Kanga Roux Jack, ridden by Amanda Agee

Low Children’s/Adult Jumper: TJC Campina Grande, owned by the Jaeckle Centre and ridden by Ava Lindley

Low Schooling Jumper: Awesome Sun Dun, ridden by Kaitlyn M. Peltier

Pre-Children’s/Adult Jumper: Orion, ridden by Anna Sierra

Training Jumper: Monte Dream, ridden by Dana Bandi

Full results are available on the Mid-South Horse Review website.

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