Superhorse Turns Leadliner

The 2015 Farnam Superhorse tries a new event with a 2-year-old rider.

The American Quarter Horse Journal

AQHA Professional Horseman Blake Weis leads Snapkracklepop for 2-year-old Mason Hulbert of Sterling, Colorado, in a leadline class at the 2016 Minnesota Quarter Horse Association Corporate Challenge. "Brandi" was the 2015 Farnam Superhorse. (Photo courtesy of Jennifer Horton, barH Photography)

AQHA Professional Horseman Blake Weis leads Snap Krackle Pop for 2-year-old Mason Hulbert of Sterling, Colorado, in a leadline class at the 2016 Minnesota Quarter Horse Association Corporate Challenge. "Brandi" was the 2015 Farnam Superhorse. (Photo courtesy of Jennifer Horton, barH Photography)

When the 2015 Farnam Superhorse tries a new event, the pretty gray mare doesn't shy away from the most demanding, ultra-important, toughest-to-judge class there is. She steps up to the challenge with grace and care. 

Snap Krackle Pop made her debut during the Minnesota Quarter Horse Association’s Corporate Challenge in the leadline class.

Accompanied by her trainer, AQHA Professional Horseman Blake Weis, “Brandi” teamed up with Mason Hulbert of Sterling, Colorado, to compete for honors as a Leadline Champion, while her proud owner, Twylla Brown watched from the stands.

Mason attended the show with his mother, Lori, and two sisters. The trip included a visit to the Mall of America in addition to the AQHA shows July 14-17 at the Minnesota State Fairgrounds.

We caught up with 2-year-old Mason after the class to get his thoughts on his experience. 

Q: What is your name?
A  Mason Roger Hulbert

Q: Did you have fun today?
A:  I ride the Superhorse!

Q: How do you like Brandi?
A:  I ride the Superhorse!