Tar Heel Fall Classic Reigns in Raleigh
Check out these results and candid photos from North Carolina Quarter Horse Association's final show of the year.
By Tara Matsler | October 1, 2014
The Tar Heel Fall Classic, September 26-28 in Raleigh, wrapped up the 2014 North Carolina Quarter Horse Association show season.
Among the show highlights were futurities for western pleasure, hunter under saddle and reining competitors, plus a trail challenge. The winners included:
- Open yearling longeline: Diamond N The Skin, shown by Jessica Gillis for owner Randal Menscer of Hope Mills, North Carolina, earning $535
- Open 2-year-old western pleasure: Justa Machine, shown by J. Cole Baker for owners Gorman and Alice Barger of Weber City, Iowa, earning $1,700
- Open 3-year-old western pleasure: Chex This Hot Amiga, shown by J. Cole Baker for owners Gorman and Alice Barger, earning $624
- Open 3- and 4-year-old hunter under saddle: Best In The Moonlite, shown by Tami Thurston for owner Linda Jacobs of Galloway, New Jersey, earning $384
- Non-pro 3-year-old western pleasure: Show Gurl, shown by Juliana Blackburn-Baskin for owners Bill Baskin and Susan Blackburn, earning $319.50
- Non-pro western pleasure maturity: RR Time To Step Out, owned and shown by Virginia Carter of High Point, North Carolina, earning $384
- Open 3-year-old reining: Peppy Rey Shines, shown by Rick Rogers for owner Dennis Herman of Maiden, North Carolina, earning $535
- Trail challenge: MWS Lace His Zipper, shown by Jacob Hartman for owner Haley Hine Of Yadkinville, North Carolina, earning $384