Equestrian vaulting winners announced

Women’s Champion: Jeanine van der Sluijs, Meadow Creek Vaulting Club of Olds. Horse, Kavalia; lunger, Angelique van der Sluijs.

Individuals

• Women’s Champion: Jeanine van der Sluijs, Meadow Creek Vaulting Club of Olds. Horse, Kavalia; lunger, Angelique van der Sluijs.

• Women’s Reserve Champion: Alisa Schmidt-Anema, Cheam Vaulters of Chilliwack, B.C. Horse, Rosie; lunger, Josh Anema.

Pas De Deux

• Angelique and Jeanine van der Sluijs, Meadow Creek Vaulting Club of Olds. Horse, Phoenix; lunger: Rebecca Marland.

National Horse Award

• Phoenix, lunged and trained by Rebecca Marland of Rocky Mountain House.

Western Canada Championships

Individuals

• Women’s champion: Shianne Hofer, Razzle Dazzle Vaulting Club of Sundre. Horse, Hugo; lunger, Melanie O’Neill

• Women’s reserve champion: Tauren Deluca, Triple M Vaulters of Surrey, B.C. Horse, Hugo; lunger, Melanie O’Neill.

• Men’s champion: Haigen Pavan, Cheam Vaulters of Chilliwack, B.C. Horse, Irulan; lunger, Rachel Pavan.

• Men’s reserve champion: Bartley Dyck, Cheam Vaulters of Chilliwack, B.C. Horse. Hugo; lunger, Melanie O’Neill.

Pas De Deux

• Alisa Schmidt, Anema and Darla Ricka, Cheam Vaulters of Chilliwack, B.C. Horse, Cetoma; lunger, Ali McKitrick.

Team

• Illusions, Cheam Vaulters, Chilliwack, B.C. Horse, Azrael; lunger, Naomi Weber.

Western Canada Horse Award

• Hugo, lunged and trained by Melanie O’Neill of Sundre.

Alberta and Saskatchewan Equestrian Vaulting Provincial Championships

Individuals

• Women’s champion: Chelsie Nicolls, Spruce Valley Vaulters of Rocky Mountain House. Horse: Phoenix; lunger, Rebecca Marland.

• Women’s reserve champion: Kendra Gagne, Spruce Valley Vaulters of Rocky Mountain House. Horse, Phoenix; lunger, Rebecca Marland.

Pas De Deux

• Shianne Hofer and Lisa Fisher, Razzle Dazzle Vaulting Club of Sundre. Horse, Hugo; lunger, Melanie O’Neill.

Alberta Zone Awards

• Zone 2 champion: Shalene Hughes, Razzle Dazzle Vaulting Club of Sundre.

• Zone 2 reserve champion: Dallyn Shields, Meadow Creek Vaulting Club of Olds.

• Zone 4 champions: Heather Latimer, Meadow Creek Vaulting Club of Olds.

• Zone 4 reserve champion: Melissa Head, Spruce Valley Vaulters of Rocky Mountain House.

Saskatchewan Zone Awards

• Prairie Central District Champion: Alyssa Parker-Mullen, Living Skies Vaulters of Saskatoon, Sask.

Provincial Horse Awards

• Canter Horse: Bubba Jazz lunged by Melanie O’Neill.

• Trot Horse: El Cid lunged by Rebecca Marland.

• Walk Horse: Bella lunged by Rebecca Marland.

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