MTSU Stock Horse Show and Clinic
On the weekend of November 15-17, 2019 the MTSU Stock Horse Team hosted an ASHA (American Stock Horse Association) Clinic and Region 2 Championship show, along with their annual Candy Corn Classic. The Candy Corn Classic is a combination horse show offering reining, western classes, and hunt seat classes. This three -day event took place at the Tennessee Miller Coliseum in Murfreesboro, Tenn., next door to the team’s MTSU Horse Science Center.
Both shows attracted over 200 horse/rider combinations, making this event their biggest shows to-date. We had 25 clinic participants with clinicians Brandi Scheer, on cow work; Courtney Smith, on trail and pleasure; and Shane Campbell on reining. ASHA national president, Robert Hartley and Secretary Stacy Jo Hartley were in attendance from Oregon to assist in hosting the Region 2 Championship.
Championship buckles were provided by ASHA and reserve champion breast collars were provided by Dennis Connor of DC Cowhorse Gear. In addition to all-around prizes, class winner prizes were given and sponsored by Teknor Apex, Rutherford Co-Op, and the MTSU Stock Horse team.
The following horses and riders received All-Around Awards.
Open Champion: Jenna Seal and Catsafire
Open Reserve Champion: Kimberly White and No Guns on Easter
Non-Pro Champion: Lisa Jones and Hes a Cool Dual
Non-Pro Reserve Champion: Jessica Starling and Miss Slidin Pistol
Limited Non-Pro Champion: Lisa Harrison and Shinersboynamedsioux
Limited Non-Pro Reserve Champion: Hunter Huddleston and My Favorite Remedy
Green Horse Champion: Lucas Brock and Corleys Duallin CD
Green Horse Reserve Champion: Toni Lynn Cline and Soulas Pepto
Novice Champion: Lauren Wells and FS Rein to Win
Novice Reserve Champion: Jessi Schriver and No Guns on Easter
Jr Youth Champion: Morgan Curry and Fishy Banker
Jr Youth Reserve Champion: Carrie Brigham and Roana Freckles Chex
Sr Youth Champion: Taylor Meek and Dunnits Smokin
Sr Youth Reserve Champion: Jordan Martin and Gunador
Intro Champion: Kiersten Carlsile and Shakers Cowgal
The awards banquet was held at the conclusion of the show in the Miller Club and with a chili cook-off hosted by the Tennessee Stock Horse Association.
The first MTSU stock horse show of 2020 will be April 3-4 at the Tennessee Livestock Center, followed by MTSU’s Center of Equine Recovery for Veterans open show on April 5th. For future dates and information, visit www.mtsustockhorse.orgor www.tnsha.orgor contact Coach Andrea Rego at email@example.com
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