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Harvest Time Show


The last West Tennessee Hunter Jumper Association (WTHJA) show of the year was held November 7-10, 2013 at the Germantown Charity Horse Show. With sunny fall weather and warm temperatures, the A-rated show drew plenty of entries, hoping to score a few more points toward the year-end awards. WTHJA spokesman Barney Malace said, “The show went quite well. We had long days [because of the number of entries] and went into the evening on Friday and Saturday; we ended up using the lights to finish.  It was rather exciting for the equitation riders to show under the lights!”

The courses were designed by Fuzzy Mayo of Franklin, TN. The judges were Paul Sullivan and Mike Moran from Oklahoma and Jimmy Lee from Virginia. 

The Grooms’ class on Sunday morning was won by “Seymoure” Clark, who works for Phoebe Sheets. 

The WTHJA annual meeting was held on Friday evening and Mike Ferrell, WTHJA treasurer provided delicious jambalaya for all.

On Saturday evening, WTHJA board member Susan Glassman provided a great get-together featuring several types of chili.  The chili recipes were voted on by attendees, who decided the winner of the chili cook-off.  Suzy Young's Meadow Wood Stables entry was the winner and took home the Giant Chili Spoon Trophy.

The WIHS/NAL Low/High Child/Adult Jumper Classic winner was Audrey Muscari riding Ricardo, taking home the $300 prize. The WIHS/NAL Childrens Hunter Classic winner was Audrey Muscari riding Rockin La Bamba, earning her another $150. Mindy Wurzburg won the WIHS/NAL Adult Hunter Classic riding Overseas, receiving the $150 prize.

Shea Taylor won the Green Pony Classic and the $150 prize on To The Moon And Back. She also won the Pony Hunter Classic and another $150 on Mission Accomplished, as well as the WTHJA Pony Medal.

Brad Wolf and Andiamo were tops in the Junior-A/O Hunter Classic, winning the $300 prize.

The WTHJA Horse Medal went to Luciano, ridden by Abigail Baskind.

Lisa Stockstill won the ASPCA/Maclay medal with Caipirinha.

The Pessoa/U.S. Medal Presented by Randolph College went to Optimistic, with Clay Alder riding.
Kate Duke took home the Taylor Harris Children’s Medal aboard Be My Date.

Dreams Come True, ridden by Mallory Macdonald, was the top pony in the WTHJA Pony Medal final, with Hallie Rush placing second on Just Desserts, and Kate Duke third on Mission Accomplished.

Oasis, ridden by Emily Green, was the top horse in the WTHJA Horse Medal Final, with Clay Alder second on Optimistic and Liza Stockstill third in Caipirinha.

Full results are available at Horse Shows online.

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