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WTHJA Harvest Time


2021/12/02


John Deere MG, ridden by McKenzie Welch, first in the 1.15M Jumper class and Champion in the High Child/Adult Jumper division.

John Deere MG, ridden by McKenzie Welch, first in the 1.15M Jumper class and Champion in the High Child/Adult Jumper division.

Zoef, ridden by Hayden Moody, first in Pre Child/Adult Equitation O/F

Kaboom Blue, ridden by Emma Britzke in Pre Children’s

Virginia Gold, ridden by Brittany Sommer DeSalvo in Pre Children’s

Virginia Gold, ridden by Brittany Sommer DeSalvo in Pre Children’s

Churchill, ridden by Chloe Palato in Pre Child/Adult Equitation on the Flat

Virginia Gold, ridden by Brittany Sommer DeSalvo in Pre Children’s

Comaraderie, ridden by Addison Bihm, Reserve Champion in Adult Am. 18-35

Levi, ridden by Karen Kogon in Adult Am. 50+

Levi, ridden by Karen Kogon in Adult Am. 50+

Levi, ridden by Karen Kogon in Adult Am. 50+

Catie Varian

McKenzie Welch

Brittany Kasprack
By Nancy Brannon; photos by Nancy Brannon & Paul Nolte

West Tennessee Hunter Jumper Association (WTHJA) was back at the GCHS Arena in Germantown, Tenn. November 11-14, 2021 for their Harvest Time national rated show, attracting 155 entries showing in multiple classes.

Sunday featured the WTHJA Hunter Derby. Brittany Kasprack and her Gambit were the blue ribbon winners, with Reagan Gehm and Westpoint in reserve. Emma Rupinski claimed third on Cesar De Lison Z and fourth on C’est La Vie.

The show featured several Classics. Maria Anello was the winner of Friday’s Green Hunter Classic on Veni Vidi Vici, as well as the WIHS/NAL Adult Classic on Saturday. Nicole Harris was second on Le Diplomate in the WIHS/NAL Adult Classic.

In the WIHS/NAL Children’s Classic, Eleanor Grace Flynn bested 14 other riders for the blue on Candor. The pair were also Champion in Children’s 14 & Under division.

 In the Jr./AO Classic, Meghan Finlay earned top billing on Chabalouba Sun. The pair were also Champions in the Jr/AO Hunter Comb. Division.

The WIHS/NAL Low/High Child/Adult Classic drew 14 competitors, with Elizabeth “Libby” Craddock the winner on  Connecta Champblanc. Kate Duke and Quite Affair were reserve.

Cheryl Rubenstein’s Capisce was Champion in the Performance 3’6”/Hi Perf. Division.

Joy-Elizabeth Elliott and Golden were Champion in Performance 3’3”.

Full results of the show are posted at: horseshowsonline.com

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