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Alana Tapp and Mouse Tops in ACTHA Junior Division


Alana Tapp and her Quarter Horse, “Mouse,” finished first in Tennessee for the 2012-2013 season in the ACTHA Junior Division. Alana completed a series of six rides – four at Buffalo River Resort in Lobelville, TN and two in Natchez Trace State Park in the Trademark Farms Buckle Series at Wildersville, TN. At each ride, she won the silver buckle and placed first in the Junior Division.

Tapp won first place in the Junior Division and won the silver buckle on four separate occasions in the Trademark Farms buckle series in Lobelville, and won two more times in the same series in Wildersville. She finished the ACTHA season winning two rides for Maury Magic Riders in Pulaski, TN. These last two rides placed her in first place in the Junior Division for the state of Tennessee for the 2012-2013 season. Tapp will receive a trophy for her success.

The end of the ACTHA season did not mean that Tapp stopped competing, however. She went on to win the MSAHA Trail Challenge Junior and won the MSAHA Trail Challenge Open bareback at Arlington Stables on June 15.

The photo near the rock wall was taken on the ride in Pulaski, TN on Milky Way Farms, the founder of Mars candy.  The rock wall in the photo is the remains of one of the many old barns left on the farm built in the 1930's. “It was very scenic and beautiful. Certainly one of the most interesting places I have ridden!” said Tapp

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