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TNSHA October Show at Clearview Farm


Jenn Lantvit showing Johnnie Cash in Limited Non Pro Trail

Kylie Small showing Twentyeleventwister in Novice Reining

Riv Landman showing Cupcake in Intro Reining

Lisa Jones showing ImaCoolDual in Jackpot Herdwork
By: Andrea Rego

The Tennessee Stock Horse Association (TNSHA) hosted its second clinic and show of the year, October 17-18, 2020 at Clearview Horse Farm in Shelbyville, TN. Clinicians included Morgan Moreno, NRCHA professional from Bryan, Texas; AQHA professional Delaney Rostad from Knoxville, TN; and MTSU Graduate student, Lucas Brock from Franklin, TN. All three clinicians are well-versed in stock horse events and helped teach every rider how to improve their scores in each class.

The clinic covered all four stock horse classes: cow work, reining, pleasure, and trail. There were 30 participants of all skill levels and horses with varying degrees of experience. TNSHA is an affiliate of the American Stock Horse Association, which prides itself on “helping people ride a better horse.” Before every show, clinicians are hired to put on a day-long clinic emphasizing the four show events. Riders have the opportunity to work cattle at the clinic as well.

TNSHA has had a year of tremendous growth, totaling over 250 total entries between July and October shows. The clinics have begun to fill fast, and have far exceeded the expectations of participants each time. Exhibitors have traveled from Indiana, Michigan, and Florida to attend clinics and shows. At the end of the clinic day, TNSHA held an open Jackpot herd work, paying out to the top three entries. Lisa Harrison was the winner of the October 17th Jackpot herd work.

TNSHA would like to thank the many members of the MTSU Stock Horse Team for helping run the clinic and show.  Members of the team helped scribe, push cattle, announce, and work the gates. Students from the MTSU team gained valuable experience showing and helping run the show.

TNSHA will host the Region 2 Championship clinic and show at the Miller Coliseum on November 20-21, 2020. No qualification is necessary to attend the championship show, and Buckle highpoints are awarded to each highpoint winner. The show will be followed with the Candy Corn Classic Open show. Please visit more information.
The results of the TNSHA October 18th show are as followes:
Open Highpoint: Lucas Ayers and Wild Hair Dream
Open Reserve: Terry Allen and WQ Judges Last
Non-Pro Highpoint: Lucas Brock and Can Jessie Dance
Non-Pro Reserve: Abby Wight and Dolorosa
Limited Non-Pro Highpoint: Lisa McCarthy Harrison and Siouxs Lady Blue
Limited Non-Pro Reserve: Toni-Lynn Cline and Soulas Pepto
Green Horse Highpoint: Lindsay Gilleland and DontJacWithMySpook
Green Horse Reserve: Teri Cleek and Spooky Doo Bee Doo
Novice Highpoint: Justin Riley and BC Pennys From Tari
Novice Reserve: Jordan Dillenbeck and Hay Now Sunshine
Select Novice Highpoint: JoAnn Smith and Got Style Points
Select Novice Reserve: Susan Albright and Maximum Jim
Youth 14-18 Highpoint: Faith Dady and PS Ima Magnum
Youth 14-18 Reserve: Jordan Martin and Miss Catnic
Youth 8-13 Highpoint: Morgan Curry and Fishy Banker
Youth 8-13 Reserve: Rowdy Mullens and Gunador
Intro Highpoint: Zee Petree and Hay Now Sunshine
Intro Reserve: Taylor Sharp and A Son Of A Shine

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