The Open High Point Driving Horse was awarded to “Perpetually Dun,” owned and shown by Lynn Johnson of Rimbey. Photo by M.Szabo Photography

Four in One Open and Pinto Horse Show winners

The Canadian Pinto Horse Association held its Four in One Open and Pinto Horse Show at the Calnash Ag Event Centre from July 19 to 21.

The event was the Alberta Pinto Show, the Canadian Pinto National Show and Two Alberta Open Shows all in one.

The three-day event featured a variety of open and youth classes including youth and senior showmanship, trail classes, driving classes, equitation and show/hunter hack events, western pleasure and western equitation as well as some speed events: barrel racing, pole bending, thread the needle and a dollar bill race.

The Open High Point Driving Horse was awarded to “Perpetually Dun,” owned and shown by Lynn Johnson of Rimbey.

The following is a full list of the winners:

Under Canadian Pinto Horse National Judge- Barb Kirchner Magrogan from Leonardtown, MD

-Champion Pinto Mare- “Only The Best Chocolat”owned by Dannell Charbonneau, shown by Hudson Charbonneau

-Champion Pinto Gelding- “Styled To Be Radical” owned and shown by Bonnie Quance

-Champion Pinto Stallion- “Sensational Sky” owned and shown by Rebecca Wilson

-Grand Champion Halter Horse- “Only The Best Chololat” owned by Dannell Charbonneau and shown by Hudson Charbonneau

-Champion Pinto English Pleasure Horse- “PRR Time for Scotch” owned and Shown by Christine Waugh

-Youth Pinto Pleasure Champion- Megan Waugh- Riding “Famous In Print”

-Champion Pinto Western Pleasure Horse- ” PRR Time For Scotch” owned an shown by Christine Waugh

-Canadian Pinto High Point Adult- Christine Waugh-riding “PRR Time For Scotch”

-Canadian Pinto High Point Youth under 13- Megan Waugh riding ” Famous In Print”

-Canadian Pinto High Point English Performance Horse- “Rockin Te Irish” Owned and Shown by Bonnie Quance

-Canadian Pinto High Point Western Performance Horse- “Rockin Te Irish” Owned and Shown by Bonnie Quance

-Canadian Pinto High Point Junior Horse- “Rockin Te Irish” Owned and Shown by Bonnie Quance

-Canadian Pinto High Point Gymkana Horse- Whisperingrecklessgal Owned by Roxane Wenstrom shown by Rachel Wenstrom

Under Alberta Pinto Horse Judge- Carol Kessel from Geddysburg, PA

-Champion Pinto Mare-“Rockin Te Irish” Owned and Shown by Bonnie Quance

-Champion Pinto Gelding-“PP Im Chiparific” Owned and Shown by Mackenzie Szabo

-Champion Pinto Stallion-“Sensational Sky” Owned and Shown by Rebecca Wilson

-Kay McLean Memorial Supreme Canadian Pinto Halter Horse- “Rockin Te Irish” Owned and Shown by Bonnie Quance

-Champion Pinto English Pleasure Horse- “PRR Time for Scotch” Owned and Shown by Christine Waugh

-Champion Pinto Western Pleasure Horse-” PRR Time for Scotch” Owned and Shown by Christine Waugh

-Canadian Pinto High Point Adult- Christine Waugh-riding “PRR Time For Scotch”

-Canadian Pinto High Point Youth under 13- Ashley Janousek riding “Dynamic Girl Friday”

Under Open Horse Judge #1- Carol Kessel from Geddysburg, PA

-Champion Open Halter Horse-“Rockin Te Irish” Owned and Shown by Bonnie Quance

-Sharon Hill Grand Champion Open Yearling-“Bit of A Threat” Owned and Shown by Jim Stupniski

-Open Showmanship Champion- Mackenzie Szabo-Showing “PP Im Chiparific”

-Champion Open English Pleasure Horse- “Perpetually Dun” Owned and Shown by Lynn Johnson

-Champion Open Western Pleasure Horse-“PRR Time For Scotch” Owned and Shown by Christine Waugh

Under Open Judge #2- Barb Kirchner Magrogan from Leonardtown, MD

-Champion Open Halter Horse- “Rockin Te Irish” Owned and Shown by Bonnie Quance

-Open Showmanship Champion- Mackenzie Szabo showing “PP Im Chiparific”

-Champion Open English Pleasure Horse-” Perpetually Dun” Owned and Shown by Lynn Johnson

-Champion Open Western Pleasure Horse-“PRR Time For Scotch” Owned and Shown by Christine Waugh

Combined Judging from Judge #1 Carol Kessel from Geddysburg, PA and Judge #2 Barb Kirchner Magrogan from Leonardtown, MD

-Open High Point Adult- Lynn Johnson riding “Perpetually Dun”

-Open High Point Youth under 13- Tyne Alliban riding “Delicataa

-Open High Point Driving Horse- “Perpetually Dun” Owned and Shown by Lynn Johnson

-Open High Point Youth Walk Trot- Sienna Howg riding “Ima Chilly Scotty”

-Open High Point Walk Trot – “MW Drum Roll Please” Owned by Merikle Waters Paints and Quarters shown by Brandi Thiessen

 

Sharon Hill Grand Champion Open Yearling-“Bit of A Threat” Owned and Shown by Jim Stupniski. Photo by M.Szabo Photography

Kay McLean Memorial Supreme Canadian Pinto Halter Horse- “Rockin Te Irish” Owned and Shown by Bonnie Quance. Photo by M.Szabo Photography

Photo by Emily Jaycox

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