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WTHJA Harvest Time Show


2014/12/02


Kali Wright (daughter of Kakki) and her pony Jack. She was champion in the canter cross rail division.

MHHamm Photography Mary Haley Hamm has spent her life surrounded by animals, developing an understanding of their individual personalities. She enjoys creating portraits of horses, dogs, and their humans that express their unique relationships. Mary Haley specializes in natural light photography, using beautiful natural backdrops to spotlight her subjects. Mary Haley has 7 dogs and 2 horses that constantly inspire her.

MHHamm Photography Mary Haley Hamm has spent her life surrounded by animals, developing an understanding of their individual personalities. She enjoys creating portraits of horses, dogs, and their humans that express their unique relationships. Mary Haley specializes in natural light photography, using beautiful natural backdrops to spotlight her subjects. Mary Haley has 7 dogs and 2 horses that constantly inspire her.

MHHamm Photography Mary Haley Hamm has spent her life surrounded by animals, developing an understanding of their individual personalities. She enjoys creating portraits of horses, dogs, and their humans that express their unique relationships. Mary Haley specializes in natural light photography, using beautiful natural backdrops to spotlight her subjects. Mary Haley has 7 dogs and 2 horses that constantly inspire her.

MHHamm Photography Mary Haley Hamm has spent her life surrounded by animals, developing an understanding of their individual personalities. She enjoys creating portraits of horses, dogs, and their humans that express their unique relationships. Mary Haley specializes in natural light photography, using beautiful natural backdrops to spotlight her subjects. Mary Haley has 7 dogs and 2 horses that constantly inspire her.

MHHamm Photography Mary Haley Hamm has spent her life surrounded by animals, developing an understanding of their individual personalities. She enjoys creating portraits of horses, dogs, and their humans that express their unique relationships. Mary Haley specializes in natural light photography, using beautiful natural backdrops to spotlight her subjects. Mary Haley has 7 dogs and 2 horses that constantly inspire her.

MHHamm Photography Mary Haley Hamm has spent her life surrounded by animals, developing an understanding of their individual personalities. She enjoys creating portraits of horses, dogs, and their humans that express their unique relationships. Mary Haley specializes in natural light photography, using beautiful natural backdrops to spotlight her subjects. Mary Haley has 7 dogs and 2 horses that constantly inspire her.
Beautiful fall weather provided the perfect setting as West Tennessee Hunter Jumper Association finished its 2014 show season November 6-9 with the USEF A rated Harvest Time show. Highlighting the weekend’s classes were the $15,000 1.15m Jumper Classic and the $1,500 David Q. Wright Equitation Classic. Apropos for fall weather was a Saturday evening Chili Cook-off to complement the Saturday night classes under the lights. The fences décor carried out the Harvest Time theme with lots of fall plants, straw bales, and pumpkins.

The show drew over 130 entries, a great turnout to complete the show season. Judges for the hunters and hunt seat equitation were Walter J. Lee of Keswick, VA and Mindy Coleman of College Grove, TN. Judging the jumpers was Paul Sullivan of Mounds, OK, who was also one of the announcers for the show.

Selected winners at the show were:

Junior Hunter Champion was Abigail Sellers and Tee Time, with Liz Capocaccia and Calett 3 in Reserve. Addison Bihm and Forever were the Junior Hunter 3’3” Champions, with Colleen McNorton and Argent as Reserve.

In the Adult Amateur Hunters, Rachel Black and her Fiona were Champions in the 18-35 group. Mindy Wurzburg and Overseas were Champions in the 35-49 group. Brad Wolf and Libretto were Champions in the over 50 group, and also Champions in the WIHS/NAL Adult Hunter Classic. Mindy Wurzburg and Overseas were reserve in the WIHS/NAL Adult Hunter Classic.

Linda Brzoza and No Doubt had a great week as Champions in the Pre-Green Hunter division as well as Champions in the A/O Hunter division with Holly Labry and Red Rooster Reserve.  In the A/O Classic, the results were reversed with Holly and Red Rooster taking the Championship.

Kate Duke and Be My Date were Champions in the Junior Hunter Classic, while Addison Bihm and Forever were Champions in the Junior 3’3” Hunter Classic.

Caroline Wilson and her Nose Better won the WIHS/NAL Children’s Hunter Classic. Hidden Springs Fennel with Tate Allen aboard won the Pony Hunter Classic.

Addison Bihm rode Cinderella to the WIHS/NAL Child/Adult Jumper Classic Championship.

The David Q. Wright Equitation Classic drew 23 riders, but it was Sarah Clifton Yandell riding to the top on Cornedo for the win. Kate Duke and Gandolf The Grey were second.

Winner of the $15,000 1.15m Jumper Classic was Michael Tokaruk on Mr. Papageorgio, with Trish Fielder finishing second on her Ca Va Bien. Full results are available at: horseshowsonline.com.

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