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Paso Finos at the GCHS
Paso Finos showed their fast moving legs and smooth pace at the 2015 Germantown Charity Horse Show. There were 72 Pasos registed to show and Paso Fino was the largest breed represented at the 67th annual all-breed show. The Tennessee Valley Paso Fino Association offered “test rides” on Paso Finos during the week.
In Wednesday night’s Amateur Paso Fino Pleasure class, Gerald Jones won with Cardiaco de Poker. Greg Branstetter was second with Cedar Hills Ignacia. And Norman Timbs was third with Replica de La Quebrada.
The Gascons were headliners in the Open Fino Performance class Wednesday night, with Michael Gascon winning on Impacto del Juncal and Jaime Gascon placing second with Sierra Pretencioso. The Branstetters took the next two slots, with Linda taking third on Directa BF and Greg, fourth on Cedar Hills Ignacia.
Baba Lu, Michael Gascon riding, took top honors in Thursday evening’s Open Paso Fino Pleasure class. Jaime Gascon was second with Impacto del Juncal. Sharon Londono rode Gerald & Diane Jones’ Cardiaco de Poker for third. Greg Branstetter was fourth with Cedar Hills Ignacia.
In the Amateur Paso Fino Performance, Norman & Debbie Timbs’ Replica de La Quebrada, shown by Tracey Clark, won the class. The Timbs’ El Valeroro de LM, shown by Norman Timbs was second. Diane Jones rode Cardiaco de Poker to third. Gerald Jones rode Majestuoso de JH for fourth. Linda Branstetter was fifth with Directa BF. The Timbs’ Venus de Riachuelo, shown by Stacy Moore, was sixth.
In Friday evening’s Paso Fino Classic Fino class, Michael Gascon took top honors with La Chimba. Jaime Gascon rode Sockabo de Torres for second. Ice Princess, shown by Juan Carlos Conde, was third. Sharon Londono rode Gerald & Diane Jones’ Cardiaco de Poker for fourth.
In Friday night’s Paso Fino Pleasure Championship, it was Michael Gascon taking the victory lap on Baba Lu. Jaime Gascon was second with Impacto del Juncal. Sharon Londono showed Gerald & Diane Jones’ Cardiaco de Poker to third. Norman Timbs was fourth on Replica de La Quebrada.
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