VQHA Spring Breakout Show

Look through all-around results and photos from the Virginia Quarter Horse Association's circuit March 21-22 in Lexington.

The American Quarter Horse Journal

Open ranch riding was the biggest class at the 2015 Virginia Quarter Horse Association Spring Breakout Show. (Credit: VQHA)

Exhibitors and American Quarter Horses from across the Eastern seaboard flocked to Lexington, Virginia, March 21-22 for the Virginia Quarter Horse Association's Spring Breakout Show. The host site of the Spring Breakout, the Virginia Horse Center, will also serve as home to the 2015 Nutrena AQHA East Level 1 Championship

Judges on hand for the Spring Breakout were Judd Paul, Larry Little, Rhonda Replogle and Tony Burris.

See all the circuit award winners from the VQHA Spring Breakout Show.

The American Quarter Horse Journal congratulates the following all-around champions:

Champion – Good N Plenty Benny, a 2002 bay gelding (Macs Good N Plenty-Mito Fine Story by Mito Cierra), shown by Deanna Fahringer of Grindstone, Pennsylvania
Reserve – A Fine Yellow Rose, a 2006 bay mare (Consider His Source-Zips Fine Red Rose by Zippo Jack Bar), shown by Lisa Williams of Milton, Delaware

Champion – Dont Skip This Diva, a 2006 bay mare (Dont Skip Zip-Chocolate Zipper by Zips Chocolate Chip), shown by Rebecca Nicoletti of Milford, New Jersey
Reserve – Eyell Be Invited, a 2007 bay gelding (Pretensious Invite-Eyes Of Boston by Boston Made), shown by Peggy Jo Parks of Weston, West Virginia

Arielle Hants won the Harris show halter random drawing at the Spring Breakout Show.

Youth 14-18
Champion – Only Old Gold, a 2005 sorrel gelding (Zippos Old Gold-Personal Invite by Invitation Only), shown by Hallie Bubczyk of Lineboro, Maryland
Reserve – Rising Shadow, a 2004 black gelding (Leaguers Shadow-Joelle's Jewel (TB) by Matchlite (TB)), shown by Lauren Lloyd of Graham, North Carolina

Youth 13-&-Under
Champion – Freds Afire, a 1998 bay gelding (TNT Fluid Fred-Sass And Jazz (TB) by Quip (TB)), shown by Trinity Packard of Slatington, Pennsylvania


Champion – Prize Patrol, a 2005 gray gelding (RR Slo Slippin Story-Fairy's Fire (TB) by Marfa (TB)), shown by Lisa Vignerot of Stafford, Virginia

Level 1 Amateur
Champion – The Rocknroll Cowboy, a 2011 red roan gelding (HH Red Rock-Motion To Continue by Barpassers Image), shown by Adam Parks of Washington, D.C.

Level 1 Youth 
Champion – Be Boppin Barney, a 2003 sorrel gelding (Triples Crown Jewel-Hollies Big Leaguer by Im A Big Leaguer), shown by Bailey Troutman of Smithfield, Virginia
Reserve – Willy Invite Lynn, a 2008 sorrel mare (Willy Be Invited-Black In The Berries by Dont Skip Charlie), shown by Alexandra Greenwell of Gaithersburg, Maryland

Champion – The Terms Are Sonny, a 1997 sorrel gelding (Good Terms-Miss Zippo Brandy by Zippos Sunny), shown by Maddie Rippeon of Mount Airy, Maryland
Reserve – Good Miss Hanna, a 1998 sorrel mare (Good Terms-Say It With Silver by Silver Deller), shown by Allison Mitchell

Do you have news from your show? Contact AQHA Internet Editor Tara Matsler at tmatsler@aqha.org to have your event highlighted on AQHA.com's Showing page.

March 21-22, Virginia Horse Center

Posted by Virginia Quarter Horse Association on Monday, March 23, 2015