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WTHJA Memphis in May I


2022/06/04


Beanie Cone on Charlotte Blondis’ Capital Z

Beanie Cone on Charlotte Blondis’ Capital Z

Beanie Cone on Charlotte Blondis’ Capital Z

Hillary Moore on Zamunda

McKenna Barnes on Shana Robbins’ Kiss

Jason Schnelle on Nicole Harris’ Girl Crush

Jason Schnelle on Nicole Harris’ Girl Crush

Katana Kennedy O’Brien on Beale Street (owner Courtney Link) in Green Hunter 3’3”

Erica Momrow on Quapello (owner Jennifer Miller) in .85m Training II

Jason Schnelle


Katana Kennedy O’Brien on Beale Street (owner Courtney Link) in Green Hunter 3’3”

Ruby Nahmias on Quiet Riot (owner Hayden Karley Mims) in .95m Training II (first place)

Ruby Nahmias on Quiet Riot (owner Hayden Karley Mims) in .95m Training II (first place)
Article by Nancy Brannon; photos by Nancy Brannon & Gary Cox

West Tennessee Hunter Jumper Association was back at the Germantown Charity Horse Show Arena, Germantown, Tenn., for their second spring show series: Memphis in May I, May 5-8 and Memphis in May II, May 12-15, 2022. The first week’s show attracted 108 horses, with riders showing in multiple classes.

In the first week’s WTHJA Hunter Derby, trainer Katana Kennedy O’Brien coached the top three placing riders and horses: Hillary Moore and Chosen took the blue, with Reagan Gehm taking second on A Million Reasons ES and third on A Million Dreams.

In the $1500 High/Low Child/Adult Classic, Allison Smith and Flying Star won the blue (Jane Olsen trainer) and Chara Short on Nobel De Reve placed second (Jason Schnelle trainer).

Fifteen riders competed in the Jr./AO Hunter Classic with Sarah Morris and her Gidget winning the blue ribbon.

Performance Working Hunter 3’3”/3’6” Champion was Cheryl Rubenstein’s Capisce, ridden by Jason Schnelle.

USHJA Hunters 2’9” Champion was Seaside, ridden by Clay Alder.

Emily Green and Oasis were Champions in the Modified Child/Adult Hunter division.

Emma Rupinskin and C’est La Vie won the Dover/USEF Medal.

Piper Tushek and Dapper Don won the THIS Children’s Medal.

Mia Duke and Fairywood Tomboy were winners of the Pony Hunter Classic, with Turner Kitchens and The Roan Ranger in reserve.

Nicole Harris and her Le Diplomate won the Adult/Child Hunter Classic, with Anna Kate Ryan and her Compelling taking first in the Low Child/Adult Hunter Classic.

By far the trainer with the most entries at the show was Dave Pellegrini, bringing 27 horses for 214 entries, placing in 194 classes, including 12 division championships and reserve championships. Jason Schnelle had 18 horses at the show, placing in 79 out of 86 classes entered. Katana Kennedy O’Brien brought 15 horses, who placed in 118 out of 123 classes entered. Beanie Cone also had 15 horses at the show, placing in 128 out of 145 classes entered.

Find full results of the show at horseshowsonline.com

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