2017 September SCPHA/PCHA Horse Show
Sept 10, 2017. We have been attending the SCPHA horse shows for many years. They offer PCHA, AQHA, APHA and open breed classes. I was so proud of all my clients at this horse show for meeting their goals and riding better than at their last shows.
Liz Pitz and her horse Justa Radical Hotrod are the dynamic walk/jog duo this year at the SCPHA circuit in the adult amateur and non pro classes. They worked hard riding through the horsemanship pattens leaving with two 1st places. In Liz's favorite class, trail, she achieved a 1st and 2nd. In the western pleasure, they left with a 1st and 2nd as well. Look out for them next year in the loping classes!
Kayla Bowmer and her horse Notice Im Packin have only been together for a month, but they did fantastic. I should mention that her horse just turned 4! In the youth classes they accomplished a 1st in the trail. They worked hard in the horsemanship and left with a 1st and 3rd. And in the pleasure they jogged into 3rd place. If this is what they can do in just a month of knowing each other, imagine what is to come! Their goals for this year are the Pinto and Paint World shows, and the Level One Championship show.
Devon and her gelding Repeat After Mee had an awesome show as well in the select classes. In the trail, which is a new class for Devon, they worked hard for two 1sts. In Devon's favorite class, horsemanship, they were not disappointed with three 1sts. And in the pleasure they loped into 4th place. This is Devon's first select year, and so far they are off to a great start. The Select World is her new goal for the future.
Kayla McQuaig got the opportunity to show Devon Martin's Repeat After Mee in the open, leaving with two 1sts in the trail. She also got the opportunity to show Kayla Bowmer's 4 year old, Notice Im Packin, in the green classes, working hard for two 1sts in the trail, and 3rd in the pleasure. Showing and training her clients is truly is her passion. Nothing is more rewarding than watching her clients progress and succeed.
Look out for the SCPHA end of the year awards!