WSQHA Trophy Circuit Results and Candids

View show and all-around results, plus Journal photos from Washington State Quarter Horse Association's May show.

The American Quarter Horse Journal

Scroll down to view more photos from the 2015 WSQHA Trophy Circuit at the Evergreen State Fairgrounds in Monroe, Washington. (Credit: Journal)

Despite the overcast skies, exhibitors were bright-eyed and bushy-tailed for the 2015 Washington State Quarter Horse Association Trophy Circuit May 22-25 in Monroe. 

On-hand to judge the split-combined show were AQHA judges Clint Fullerton, Suzy Jeane, Andrea Simons, Gigi Bailey, Stephanie Lynn and Bruce Walquist. The weekend was also packed with special events, including the exhibitor welcome party Thursday, Friday Night Fiesta, plus a baked potato feed and National Snaffle Bit Association all-breed western pleasure futurities Saturday night. 

Western Pleasure Futurity Results

Champion – Lemonmade, a 2012 palomino gelding (Machine Made-Zip N Therapy by Therapy), shown by Kristy McCann for Cory Seebach and Dr. Candice Hall of Black Creek, British Columbia, winning $780
Reserve – Shirley The Best, a 2012 bay mare (RL Best Of Sudden-A Chip For Me by One Chip Shy), shown by Mark Jensen for Judy Schwenk of Anacortes, Washington, winning $520

Champion – Lemonmade, a 2012 palomino gelding, shown by Dr. Candice Hall and owned by Cory Seebach and Dr. Candice Hall, winning $540
Reserve – Mom Zens Her Best, a 2012 buckskin mare (RL Best Of Sudden-Radical Zensation by Radical Rodder), shown by Nicole M. Sparrow and owned by Roberta Cannon of Everett, Washington, winning $360

View the full Trophy Circuit futurity results.

The American Quarter Horse Journal congratulates the following WSQHA Trophy Circuit all-around winners:

Champion – Always Good N Blonde, a 2005 palomino mare), shown by Jenna Miller

Champion – Bow Tie N Dreams, a 2008 chestnut gelding (Heza Poised Dreamer-Dreamers True Image by Olympic Dreamer), shown by Mackenzie Inkstater of Roberts Creek, British Columbia
Reserve – So Noticed, a 2011 black gelding (My Final Notice-One Dynamic Spot by Zippos Old Gold), shown by Alyssa Hill of Snohomish, Washington

Champion –  Made Me Intangible, a 1991 bay gelding (Thee Intangible-Maid Me Sweet by Sweet Sandy Cue), shown by Elsie Naruszewicz of Monroe, Washington
Reserve – Zips Classical Image, a 2002 sorrel gelding (Barpassers Image-Zips Dynamic Chelsea by Zippos Old Gold), shown by Ellie Gerbrandt of Roberts Creek, British Columbia

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Champion –  Hotroddin Ona Harley, a 2006 brown gelding (Radical Rodder-Diamonds And Denim by Zips Chocolate Chip), shown by Hannah Forbes of Brier, Washington
Reserve – Whos All Invited, a 2005 sorrel mare (Invitation Only-Black And Elegant by Mr Mac Reynolds), shown by Charlotte Selby of Redmond, Washington

Champion – Red Hot Options, a 2009 sorrel gelding (Absolute Option-Hot N Chocolate Te by Chips Hot Chocolate), shown by Lena Sailor of Albany, Oregon
Reserve – Invited To A Party, a 2008 sorrel gelding (Zippos Old Gold-I Came To Play by Invitation Only), shown by Doreen Earl of Bellingham, Washington

Champion – A Breeze of Pleasure, a 1999 bay gelding (A Passing Breeze-Sheza Fancy Zippo by Zippo Pine Bar), shown by Stacy Muzljakovich of Duvall, Washington
Reserve – A Certain Melody, a 2001 bay mare (Certain Potential-Love That Petty Cash by Regal Lark), shown by Lori Johnson of Anacortes, Washington

Champion – Art You Sweet, a 2007 bay gelding (Art I Sweet-In Nova Drive by The Coosanova), shown by Kimberly Servoss of Bellingham, Washington
Reserve – A Blazen Asset, a 2010 chestnut mare (Hot N Blazing-Good Assets Joy by Good Asset), shown by Judy Fairfield of Dalton Gardens, Idaho

View results from Show 1 and Show 2 at the WSQHA Trophy Circuit.

Up next for WSQHA is the Region One Scholarship Show, hosted by the Washington, Oregon, British Columbia and Alaska AQHA affiliates August 13-16 in Monroe, Washington. All proceeds from the show benefit the Region One Scholarship Fund. Also, all Region One youth are invited to attend the Youth Equine Summit, free to youth 10 to 19 years old. The summit is August 10-11, also at the Evergreen State Fairgrounds in Monroe. Learn more about these events at