Top Exhibitors Recognized
Amateur and youth exhibitors earn awards for their achievements at the 2018 Nutrena East AQHA Level 1 Championships.
By Larri Jo Starkey | May 4, 2018
Top amateur and youth exhibitors were recognized May 6 at the 2018 Nutrena East AQHA Level 1 Championships in Wilmington, Ohio.
Mallory J. Wachob of Chardon, Ohio, and How Bout At Midnight, a 2012 chestnut gelding by How Bout This Cowboy and out of Onlygoodtilmidnight by Zippos Mr Good Bar. Bred by Fritz Leeman of Massillon, Ohio
Renee Ann Hopfer of East Amherst, New York, and Hez My Valentino, a 2004 chestnut gelding by Cowboys Valentino and out of Jorobe (TB) by Taylor’s Special. Bred by Sandra Vaughn and Tom Scott of Hernando, Florida
All-Around Youth 14-18
Nicole Griffo of Bridgeport, New York, and Chocolates Hot Asset, a 2001 bay gelding by Chips Hot Chocolate and out of Slippery Asset by Investment Asset. Bred by Jane Curry-Smith of Merrimac, Massachusetts, and owned by Joan Alcorn of Somerset, Pennsylvania
All-Around Youth 13-&-Under
Rilynn K. Lindsay of Dryden, Michigan, and Gonna Get Ya Good, a 2003 bay roan gelding by Zippos Mr Good Bar and out of Elegance By Shy by Shy Prescription. Bred by Peter E. Refakis of Park City, Utah
Jordan Gross of Clarence, New York, and Smile N Nod, a 2010 bay gelding by Do You Have A Minute and out of Ima Fancy Trip by Triples. Bred by Bruce Brown of Versailles, Kentucky, and owned by Kelly Gross of Hereford, Arizona.
Renee Crouse of Groveport, Ohio, and The Facts Are In, a 2010 bay gelding by Double Artifact and out of Rose Tattoo (TB) by Langfuhr. Bred by James F. Graft of Fort Wayne, Indiana.
Maya M. Evans of Cassville, New York, and Its a Hollywood Fact, a 2002 bay gelding by Indian Artifact and out of Darco Zanti by Peace And War (TB). Bred by Steve Sandler of Walton, New York, and owned by Catherine M. Evans of Cassville
Brooklyn Schreiber of Liberty Township, Ohio, and Sum Iron For Me, a 2006 sorrel mare by Iron Enterprise and out of Sum For Me (TB) by Summing
John Martin Falls of Conover, North Carolina, and Wimpys Major Affair, a 2009 palomino gelding by Wimpys Little Step and out of The Major Affair by Major Vaquero. Bred by Alward Ranches Inc. of Parma, Idaho
Robin A. Labar of Bangor, Pennsylvani, and RL Sudden Melody, a 2013 bay gelding by RL Best Of Sudden and out of Potential Melody by Potential Investment. Bred by Six Stop Acres of Venetia, Pennsylvania
Alexis Hope Winemiller of Blanchester, Ohio, and Good Miss Cadillac, a 2012 red roan mare by Zippos Mr Good Bar and out of Ima Cadillc Kitten by Iron Cadillac. Bred by Stan and Mary Kay Steyskal of Papillion, Nebraska
Haley Schnuck of Lamar, Indiana, and Do He Do White, a 2001 cremello gelding by Docs Little Turp and out of Docs Miss Dusty by Doc Misty Blue. Bred by Derrell and Donna Barker of Paris, Tennessee. Owned by Janie Lucas-Schnuck of Lamar
High-Point B&W Rookie
Lindsey Kerr of Wadsworth, Ohio, and Good Kinda Lazy, a 2013 bay gelding by Lazy Loper and out of Good Kinda Rain by Zippos Mr Good Bar. Bred by John S. Narmont of Auburn, Illinois, and owned by David Kerr of Wadsworth
Susan K. Smanik of Maineville, Ohio, and Martinis Best Man, a 2013 bay gelding by RL Best of Sudden and out of Absolut Martini Girl by Absolute Investment. Bred by Roger D. Hill of Jonesboro, Arkansas, and owned by Susan and James Smanik of Maineville
Matthew G. Siefker of Lebanon, Ohio, and Grace Zipsinthe Rein, a 2012 black mare by RC Freckles Doc and out of Sheza Lily by Doctor Norton. Bred by Vickie E. Mills of London, Ohio
Sadie Peters of Bishopville, Maryland, and Lil Miss Red Pine, a 2011 chestnut mare by Brennas Red Pine Jac and out of Rock N Roll Olena by Chocolate Chic Olena. Bred by Donald C. Clark of Tunkhannock, Pennsylvania