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Scottsdale Arabian —Prestige And Fun In The by Kara Larson

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Horse Show

Midst Of Rain And Mud

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top tens. This show gathers people from all across the U.S., plus many other countries as well, all adding to the excitement of great competition and large classes. My favorite part of the show is seeing everyone we don’t get to see the rest of the year. Our clients like being able to show to several different panels of judges and they are always groups of great horsemen and women. The show is well organized and efficiently run, and for the most part has better weather that time of year than anywhere else. It is also the only time of the year we get to show outside.” When considering what sets the Scottsdale show apart from every other show in the world, you might find yourself saying, “Where to begin?” With Scottsdale comes a history and a legacy that is unmatched for the Arabian horse and better yet, with a Scottsdale champion comes honor and prestige that can only be realized after years of hard work and patience with our beloved Arabians. The Scottsdale show has everything—an ever-improving facility in WestWorld, a hard-working and dedicated staff, loyal trainers, exhibitors, owners, breeders, members of the outside community, vendors, and of course, at the core of it all, the best Arabian horses in the world. The 2013 show brought all the success of past years in the highly competitive classes, sales, breeding opportunities, and the fun of spending the week with close friends. In the following pages, you can read several accounts of the show from the people who know it best—trainers, judges, amateurs, committee members, and breeders.

Liz Bentley IIB Farms

“We took 11 horses to the show this year and we won eight championships, four reserve championships and 17

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“Also, in the changes made to the grounds, we liked the Equidome being enclosed. It quieted the arena down and made it warmer and wind free. Before, when there was bad weather, you couldn’t escape it. Now you can go to the Equidome to get warm; the day that the weather was cold and rainy, the stands were full and people stayed to watch the show, where in years past, they would have left. I also really liked how the exhibits were attached to the arena building and it flowed easily into both sides. Improvements and weather aside, I have to admit I love showing in Wendell arena because it is outside, and more often than not, on a gloriously sunny Scottsdale day, you simply can’t beat it.”

David Boggs

Midwest Training Centre “We had an incredibly exciting Scottsdale show full of big and special moments, and emotional wins by very special horses and happy owners. The “Dream Show” show was started off by our daughter, Emma, who showed on the youth halter day and won three grand champion awards with great competition in her classes. It’s really special to be a father and to see one of your


kids go out there and do so well—she was fabulous and Emma truly loves the horses. Her success started off the show for Midwest with a bang! One of the most special wins of the week went to the beautiful yearling filly, Bella Vitorio ORA who—sired by Vitorio TO, one of the leading sires at Midwest—won Scottsdale junior champion filly. Bred by Janey Morse, she was sold to HRH Sheik Ammar before the championship. Praise goes to Janey of Oak Ridge Arabians and Vitorio, for breeding one of the four major champions of Scottsdale—it’s a great feat.”

“The monumental win for us was that of *Pogrom, the newly crowned Scottsdale Supreme Halter Champion, which was a moment I’ll never forget. To have the opportunity to present a horse for the great breeders of Janów in Poland and director Dr. Marek Trela, is an experience of great pride and joy. I fell in love with Pogrom when I saw him as a yearling colt in Paris, and that’s where we first opened negotiations for the lease of Pogrom to Midwest. He has 90 foals coming this year; there’s a dozen currently on the ground and they’re just spectacular. Breeders are rebooking and rebreeding, so the reception for Pogrom is amazing. It felt like the entire fairgrounds was there to see the four-year-old stallion class and Pogrom entered the tent like six tigers by the tail—very vibrant and full of himself. A great show horse—very kind and goodminded—Pogrom has the structure to be a racehorse and is a great athlete, all while having the beauty that is so important in halter competition today. The “eyes of the world” are on Pogrom, and I’m just honored to be at the end of his lead.” “As for the Scottsdale show in general, it is the largest and the best halter show in the world, which means that it attracts breeders from all over the globe. People enjoy seeing all the new, young horses and they get this opportunity at Scottsdale. To enjoy the youngsters outside in the sunshine of Wendell Arena is always very special. Even though we did have a little rain this year, for the most part it was fabulous. This show is the place to kick off the year and it creates an excitement and electricity that no other show has. It’s also important because it’s the beginning of the breeding season.” David Boggs and Marek Trela, director of Janow Podlaski State Stud.

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Maegan Friesen

auction class. For me, “Macy” is a horse you dream about. She is easy to fall in love with and hard to forget.”

“Scottsdale is a unique show because of the diversity in its participants. You get people from all over the world competing at, and watching Scottsdale; it’s amazing. The people that put on this show every year do an amazing job and I am very thankful to them for it. In many ways, Scottsdale is very inspiring. Every year, it is the show you get to see many of the future superstars for the first time, and I am speaking of both halter and performance. There are so many well known and respected national champions today, that I can say, ‘I remember when I saw them in Scottsdale for the first time.’ I love it.”

This win was by far the most special for me of any I have ever had. Not only is “Macy” several generations of our breeding program, she was also conditioned, trained, clipped and presented by myself. Don’t get me wrong, I by no means take credit for her win, “Macy” led me to that win, not the other way around; I just tried to not get in her way too much! It was nice to show a horse that I knew so well. I tried my best, and she pulled us both through. I couldn’t be more proud of her.”

Wunderbar Arabians

“My favorite part of this year’s show would have to be Mariabella WA’s unanimous championship in the SSS

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“The rest of the show was successful. We ended up with several top tens in halter and performance both. One of the many reasons I love our horses so much is they are beautiful enough to do halter, but are also athletic and trainable. I look forward to bringing both halter and


performance horses back for Scottsdale 2014!”

Katie Garland Garlands LTD

“ROL Divine Style, owned by Delsan Arabians’ Nancy DeLisi and Carol Sandusky is truly a once in a lifetime kind of horse. I am so fortunate to be able to have a horse of this caliber. Any young trainer dreams of having a horse like this, and I am incredibly lucky to have him in my life! I am also lucky that his owners went up to my dad one day and said, “I see how much Katie likes the English horses, do you mind if we invest in Katie’s future and buy her an English horse to train and build herself up as an English trainer?” My dad said he about died and just didn’t know what to say. And just like that, the search for my English horse began. We wanted to find a young horse that wasn’t broke yet, so I could start all on my own and show people that I made him. That’s when “Duke” came into my life. We saw a video of him as a 2-year-old after Nationals 2011 and called Dennis Wigren, who works for R.O. Lervick Arabians, and he told us about him. At Scottsdale 2012, we saw a video of him long-lining and we knew we had to have him. Having been in my life only one year now, he has already given me so many memories. Before “Duke”, if you would have asked me if I thought I would show in the Arabian English futurity at nationals and go reserve champion, and then go onto Scottsdale and win unanimously the Arabian English junior horse, I of course, would have assumed you were joking! I never thought I’d get an opportunity like this and I am truly grateful. My first Scottsdale championship win is a dream come true! “I love everything about the Scottsdale show! The weather is almost always sunny and warm, and even though you’re working, you can still enjoy yourself; it’s like a vacation

horse show. It is the big kick-off show for the beginning of the season, an all around fun horse show, and at the end of the day, shows should be fun!” “I showed a lot of different horses this year, ranging from western to hunter to English, but the English horses are truly my passion! The rush you get when you trot into the arena while everyone is yelling and cheering offers a feeling that is just indescribable!”

Phyllis LaMalfa

Arabian Horse Association of Arizona “It was a good show; it was just quite the bummer that it rained in the middle of it, but everybody was a good sport and we dealt with it accordingly. Speaking for the reining classes of the show, I think the competition gets better every year. I think that we’re breeding better and better horses and they’re becoming more competitive, good enough to compete against any reiner, not just Arabian reiners.” “It’s the biggest Arabian reining show of the year, and that’s mostly because of the futurities; our biggest class of the show this year was probably the Half-Arabian futurity. My

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favorite class is the Celebrity Slide because it’s fun to see trainers from other disciplines practice during the week, get nervous before they compete, and have fun doing it. It’s also great to see everybody—no matter what kind of Arabian horse you have—come down to the reining ring and have a good time together. Everybody intermingles and enjoys the show, and that’s what it’s all about. No matter what your horse does, it’s always great to get together and have a good time with friends and horses alike.” “I think that WestWorld is just going to continue to get better. It’s going to be a really awesome place to go show your horse. Eventually, no matter what kind

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of weather we have, it won’t affect a thing. There’s something like 250,000 people that come through the gates during the show. It’s a great way for people to get to see and interact with horses. For example, the first year that one of our big corporate sponsors came, they were highly involved in corporate packages with golf tournaments. It ended up that their group loved the show so much that they quit being corporate sponsors to the golf tournaments and they have increased their sponsorship for us. Their clients were actually fighting over the tickets to the show. These are all people that really don’t know anything about horses, but they love it. It’s fun to see people get excited, and it’s great sharing what we love with people, and having them love it too. That’s my favorite, seeing new people enthralled


by it all. And because there’s such a variety of horses and with all the disciplines at the show, there are a lot of different choices for people to watch and experience. Everybody can relate to something, which makes it kind of neat.”

Dixie North

North Arabians We always look forward to the yearling classes

especially. We love to see the young horses by all of the

various stallions presented by the different farms. When

it is sunny and warm, it is, of course, more enjoyable. They look so much better in the sunlight.

We love catching up with all the people. You are able to see friends from all over the world, catch up with

everyone, and just enjoy the ambiance of Scottsdale. My two aunts, who are in their late 80s, travel from

Missouri and Tempe every year for the show. They love watching the horses.

We were ecstatic with the winning Ever After foals. It makes us so proud as we bred his dam and Ever After too, so having our homegrown stallion be so successful is very gratifying as a breeder. We have seen some newborn foals by Ever After already this year that look to be potential contenders at Scottsdale next year, so that is also very exciting. All in all, just living, breathing, and experiencing so many beautiful Arabians for 10 days is a completely satisfying experience.

Joe Polo

2013 Scottsdale Judge “When we talk about what makes Scottsdale special, it’s really the whole thing. The quality of the horses, the

number of spectators that Scottsdale draws in, and the breeders and owners alike that are there—for me, it’s just the best Arabian horse show in the world. There is so much history in Scottsdale for the Arabian horse— Scottsdale offers so much to every type of horse person. You have the halter or breeding audience, the performance, plus the reining and beyond. If you’re there just to do some shopping, there’s excellent shopping ranging from jewelry to buying a horse. There’s a lot happening at the show. As a judge, it is amazing to be able to stand in the middle of Wendell arena on Sunday morning of the halter championships with the best horses of the show. You can look around and see all of the people standing there, and in a lot of cases, a great deal of them don’t even own a horse and it is their first exposure to Arabian horses. It is also great having the opportunity to judge the young horses—the yearling fillies or colts, or the junior horses, in the arena. Having the first chance of the year to see those horses is incredibly exciting.”   “The Scottsdale show can be a long week for the volunteers, owners, trainers, as well as the horses and the judges, but in the end, it is all absolutely worth it. You have people who have never had any exposure to Arabian horses and the Scottsdale association does such a great job through the promotion of the show outside of the horse community. They are able to draw in so many people that are not horse owners and when they’re exposed to the greatness of the Arabian horse, it makes it all worth it. At the end of the day, it is really an honor to be a part of the show by judging it—I would judge it every year if I had the opportunity!   “For me, there were a few really impressive classes that stick out in my mind from the show. The yearling filly class was probably, in all the years that I have judged or been a spectator, as good as I’ve seen in a very long time. It was full of beautiful yearling fillies. And then the mare championship was just incredible; it was a great honor to be able to judge a mare like the champion mare. Also, I had the opportunity to judge the Half-Arabian western

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open, which was a great experience. The high level that those western horses were trained at, proved to be a great one in depth. The horses and trainers worked so well—I found it a great example of the prime competition and high quality classes at the Scottsdale show.”

Jeff Sloan

Aria International “We had two horses at this year’s Scottsdale show and each won their classes: *Pogrom, who won champion stallion and supreme champion, and an

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Impresario filly that we purchased from the Mulawa program in Australia that placed first in the two-yearold junior filly class. They’re both really special in their own right. *Pogrom is a sensation here for lots of obvious reasons and has represented the famous Janów Podlaski Stud Farm in Poland very well. Having an association with the breeding program in Poland is an honor. Not many people get the opportunity to lease a horse from Poland, let alone be able to lease, arguably, the most important stallion in Poland right now. To have his care, promotion, and everything entrusted in my and David’s hands, is quite an honor. There is also the benefit that because we lease horses and bring them over here, breeders and enthusiasts here in the U.S. have gained access to some of the amazing breeding from Poland that otherwise, just wouldn’t be available to American breeders. The filly we own in a partnership with brand new owners/enthusiasts, which factored significantly into our plans at Scottsdale this year. To have these new owners come to Scottsdale to show a horse that we recommended and then to win in a very competitive class was particularly gratifying. It is positive for the breed at large because now they are sharing their experience with their circle of friends and are already talking about doing more themselves as well—it’s just a very positive thing all around.”

put, it’s the Scottsdale show. I’ve been coming to the Scottsdale show since 1982. My first few years in this business, I couldn’t even break into the top twenty, and now, over the last few years, I’ve been involved with horses that have won several champion stallion and mare titles, and most amazingly for me, the supreme championship three years in a row and four out of the last five years. So for me, being able to be part of the Scottsdale Show every year and to now be in the record books as competing so favorably with our horses, is the realization of my grandest dreams.”

“As for the Scottsdale show, it’s just the granddaddy of all the shows as far as I’m concerned. It has a great heritage and legacy, and winning carries such gravity because, simply Taryl O’Shea competing in the Celebrity Slide.

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Jacque Thompson

Smoky Mountain Park Arabians “It would be hard to pick one favorite moment from the Scottsdale show because there were so many fun and exciting things that happened. Smoky Mountain Park won several top tens this year, mostly with farm-bred horses. It is fun to see the babies grow up and start to achieve their potential. Our stallion, The Renaissance, unanimously won the Arabian English pleasure stallions, and came back with an exhilarating performance in the Arabian English pleasure championship in the Equidome Friday night with Jim Stachowski aboard. Afterward, for a thrill, I took the opportunity to climb aboard The Renaissance. I was impressed that, though I am an amateur rider, The Renaissance was gentle enough for me to ride. I find that fascinating given his high-energy performance in his class. Riding The Renaissance reminds me that historically, Arabians were known to be as kind as they were spirited, and the ideal family show horse.”   “Scottsdale has an energy, a history, and a tradition of excellence that draws the very best owners, trainers and Arabian horses year after year. It is a great chance to enjoy some winter sun while seeing some exciting young horses, and peek at the upcoming show season. It also is a good place to get a feel for the current market and the attitude of the industry, which really seemed to be up this year. At this Scottsdale, Mike and I were especially blessed to have spent some quality time with Gene LaCroix, an influential figure in Scottsdale’s illustrious past.” “We were excited to present our first Half-Arabian by Baskghazi, Baskghazillionheir SMP. He placed second, second, third, on the judges’ cards, barely missing reserve champion in the yearling Half-Arabian halter class. I won my first Scottsdale top ten ever, riding my Arabian country pleasure mare Tempani SMP and Mike rode Afire’s Sunset, in Half-Arabian country pleasure mare to a top ten placing. Chief Premonition SMP was top ten

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Jacque Thompson and The Renaissance.

Arabian country English pleasure open and lastly, Arias SMP was third in Arabian country English pleasure junior horse three and four year olds—a great show!”

Mike Whelihan Whelihan Arabians

“We brought 22 horses in total and ended up having a great show. We won three championships, in the 40 & Over, 55 & Over, and JOTR country pleasure divisions, a reserve championship, and 32 top tens—we’re very pleased with all our wins and rides!” “This year, I thought the competition was good as always, the enthusiasm was up, and there were, of


course, lots of entries, which is great to see. I think the thing that keeps us coming back year after year to Scottsdale is the fact that it forces us to get ready—a jump start to our show season. Secondly, it gets us into some, hopefully, nicer weather. And lastly, the greatest thing about Scottsdale is the fact that they do such a great job exposing it to the general public—people who don’t have horses, but love the show at any rate. I am always impressed by the number of people in the stands. It’s a fantastic sight.”

Janice McCrea Wight

Vice President Arabian Horse Association of Arizona “My favorite part of the Scottsdale Show is getting to see all my friends from around the world. Over the last thirtysome years, I have had the pleasure of meeting some of the most interesting people on the planet in Scottsdale, all gathered to see the best Arabian horses from around the world. I love the show and dedicate a good portion

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of my life helping to make it the event it has become, working with the most competent staff and Board for the last few years. The biggest success lies in our ability to remain innovative and not be afraid of change. The Scottsdale Signature Stallion program has brought many new amateur owners to be hands-on in the arena and not just a spectator. Every year, the horses and amateurs have improved and this is important for the future of the breed. We had a hundred horses entered in some of those classes, indicating an undeniable area of interest.” “Because the show is at the start of the breeding season, breeders from everywhere come to see the babies. Many decisions are made rail-side and the chatter in the crowd is all about the dream of breeding the next superstar. In the performance arena, riders are looking for new and improved mounts and youth riders are adding a year of maturity and hope for the fresh new season. This year in particular had a special vibe of excitement. I believe the long tradition of “Scottsdale” is the reason for the desire to reach the coveted goal of Scottsdale Champion. I know there is nothing like it. For decades, the significant stars of our breed got their start at Scottsdale.” I can remember going to my first Scottsdale show at McCormick Ranch in the mid-sixties and decided then that I was going to live in this glorious place. Scottsdale has grown, and the hotels and restaurants are world class. It is one of the leading tourist and meeting destinations in the nation. The weather is usually ideal and the people are friendly and helpful, and the shopping is beyond anyone’s dreams. There are so many farms that are located in town and the off-campus activities add to the

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lure of attendees from all over the world. This added bonus is unique to the show.   “We have worked tirelessly with the City of Scottsdale to achieve the 43 million dollars worth of improvements. Upon completion, it will be one of the finest facilities in the country. I credit the dedication of the users, the foresight of city officials, and the competence of the WestWorld staff for the success. It was tough working around the construction, but the show went on because of the cooperation of everyone. Next year we can look forward to the completed project. The schedule always needs tweaking because of the multiple arenas and events. Every effort is always made to put the horses and exhibitors first. The weather is always a factor for us, even with so many covered arenas. Sooner or later you have to go outside. We now have many all-weather areas, but it does affect the gate attendance. It was good for jacket and horse blanket sales.”   “I always have to thank the local TV stations and press for all the support they give my Media and Public Relations Committee. The TV crews were there from every station to promote the show and the Arabian horse. I appreciate all the willing exhibitors I grabbed to be on TV. Breed promotion is something we all have to take seriously if we want the popularity of the Arabian horse to grow. The fact that three to four hundred people showed up for the barn tours clearly indicates that there is huge interest in Arabian horses that deserves cultivation. Finally, I can’t say enough about our staff, headed by Taryl O’Shea, our President Jay Allen, the Board of Directors, the club members, and volunteers. Talent and expertise are always key to success.” n


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Arabian & Half-Arabian Reining Futurity Classic It’s Reining—Money, Excitement, Fun And More! by Sue AdAmS

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he Arabian Reining Horse Association’s (ARHA) 2013 Scottsdale Arabian and Half-Arabian Reining Futurity Classic scores perfect marks in the record books for prize monies, favorite part of the show, continued growth and future promise, along with excitement and fun for everyone. Opening weekend saw a group of talented youth competitors zealously embracing the Wells Fargo Advisors Arena as the best place for high-energy action and camaraderie. First time reining competitor, Keeley Clark, with her father Mark Miller, summed up expectations for all, “I just want to have a lot of fun,” she laughed.

Freestyle Reining winners Kim Niven and HH Charmed N Color, riding to “Girl On Fire”.

Fun it was on Monday afternoon in the Equidome with a new class added to the lineup, Freestyle Reining—reining maneuvers performed to the rider’s choice of music. Kim Niven painted some flames on HH Charmed N Color and rode to Girl On Fire. Kim’s delight was infectious, “I took something off my bucket list,” she exclaimed. “Can’t wait until next year!” Fun continued that evening as the ARHA “Celebrity Slide” event lived up to its spirited and competitive reputation. This year’s event attracted acclaimed performance trainers to become novice reiners, sliding and spinning before an enthusiastic audience. A Calcutta-style auction of these novices paired with their reining trainers added some $13,000 to the excitement with a portion of funds benefiting the ARHA and the remainder going to the buyer of the winning team. Riding first, Taryl O’Shea, Executive Director of the Arabian Horse Association of Arizona, paired with Nathan Kent, held the lead

Josh Quintus aboard TR Skid Mark, trained by Greg Harris, and winner of the Celebrity Slide.

Kim Niven's delight was infectious, “I took something off my bucket list,” she exclaimed. “Can’t wait until next year!”

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until nearly the end. Then Josh Quintus, coached by Greg Harris, managed to best her score by a couple points to ride away the Slide winner.

Arabian Reining Futurity Classic Champions Dan Huss and Take A Spin.

Half-Arabian Reining Futurity Classic Champions Brian Welman and Gone N Dunit RA.

Half-Arabian Non-Pro Derby Champions, Cori Vokoun and BSF Buffalo Bill.

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Finals weekend brought out the big money Futurities—over one million awarded since 2005. Friday night the purebreds vied for a total purse of $46,000 with payouts through the top ten. Breeding programs developing reining Arabians are making a big difference in the ring with beautiful horses showing at very high performance levels. Take a Spin, owned by Amara Spizzirri and ridden by Dan Huss, came away the champion with $16,000. Second and third places were split with a tie between Maksymilian MA, owned by Gary Magnino, and ridden by Crystal McNutt-Brock and AM Reigning Star owned by Joe Betten, also ridden by Crystal McNutt-Brock. Crystal, along with other trainers and some amateurs, can compete against themselves in some classes. In reining competitions, each competitor rides the same pattern with that ride judged individually and thus may ride more than one horse in a class. At the Scottsdale Futurity, five judges score each ride and the high and low scores are discarded with the three remaining scores added for total points. Saturday evening’s Half-Arabian Reining Futurity Championship saw serious competitive action amongst the top ten for a total purse of $74,000. A “ride-off ” was necessary to a break a tie for the $30,000 champion and $11,000 reserve champion honors. Brian Welman riding Gone N Dunit RA for Richard Ames edged out Crystal McNuttBrock on Were Dun Johnny owned by Susan Lefevre-Friedman.


A windy Sunday closed the show as the NonPro Derby competitors took to the ring. Three years ago, Tim Anderson recognized that reining horses need an opportunity to earn prize money after the futurity years. He made a four-year $20,000 annual funding commitment to the HalfArabian Non-Pro Derby for six, seven and eight year old reiners. Anderson’s vision is producing significant results with 18 entries this year, and won by Cori Vokoun riding BSF Buffalo Bill Cody. Nicole Kent on Hazel de Boise went champion in the purebred Non-Pro division, with Joe Betten winning the Primetime class. This level of enthusiasm and support makes reining the fastest growing discipline in the Arabian industry today. Indeed, responses to a recent Arabian Horse Times survey indicated how many people want to ride a reiner. To those people, ARHA president Eleanor Hamilton of Eleanor’s Arabian Farm says, “Just pick a trainer and go try! And don’t think age has anything to do with it!” Dick Ames, of Cedar Ridge Arabians, is in full agreement. “You’re only going to get out of this what you put in it so I tell everybody, get out there and try!”

Arabian Non-Pro Derby Champions, Nicole Kent and Hazel de Boise.

Take a Spin, owned by Amara Spizzirri and ridden by Dan Huss.

These two are ready to ride against you in 2014’s derby, so you better not waste any time getting out there! ■ Michele and Joe Betten, winner of the Primetime Non-Pro class.

Gone N Dunit RA, owned by Richard Ames, with Brian Welman up.

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58th Annual

Scottsdale Arabian Horse Show Show Results

Scottsdale Arabian Supreme Classic Champion POGROM (QR Marc x Petla), shown by David Boggs for owner Janow Podlaski State Stud.

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Scottsdale International Arabian Breeders Classic Senior Stallion Champion OM EL AL AZEEM (Al Lahab GASB x Om El Beneera), shown by Andrew Sellman for owner Om El Arab International.

Scottsdale International Arabian Breeders Classic Senior Stallion Reserve Champion DA VINCI FM (Versace x Full Moon Astar), shown by Greg Gallún for owner Sally Bedeker.

Scottsdale International Arabian Breeders Classic Junior Colt Champion PRUSSIA MI (Abha Qatar x Parada), shown by Michael Byatt for owner HRH Prince Abdullah Bin Fahad Al Saud.

Scottsdale International Arabian Breeders Classic Junior Colt Reserve Champion EXCALIBUR EA (Shanghai EA x Essence of Marwan EA), shown by Ted Carson for owner Equus Arabians.

Scottsdale International Arabian Breeders Classic Senior Mare Champion ABHA RAIPUR (El Perfecto x Abha Zenobia), shown by Michael Byatt for owner Al Shahania Stud.

Scottsdale International Arabian Breeders Classic Senior Mare Reserve Champion EVG GHISLENNE (Pershahn El Jamaal x Gisele), shown by Greg Gallún for owner Evergreen Arabians LLC.

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Scottsdale International Arabian Breeders Classic Junior Filly Champion BADIAA AL SHAHANIA (Marwan Al Shaqab x Majalis), shown by Michael Byatt for owner Al Shahania Stud.

Scottsdale International Arabian Breeders Classic Junior Filly Reserve Champion OM EL SORAYA (Om El Bellissimo x Om El Sariyana), shown by Andrew Sellman for owner Al Jassimya Farm.

Scottsdale Arabian Classic Senior Stallion Champion POGROM (QR Marc x Petla), shown by David Boggs for owner Janow Podlaski State Stud.

Scottsdale Arabian Classic Senior Stallion Reserve Champion OFW MAGIC WAN (Marwan Al Shaqab x Magna Prelude), shown by Michael Byatt for owner Jose Salim Mattar Jr.

Scottsdale Arabian Classic Junior Colt Champion AL SHAWAN AS (FA El Shawan x Loredonna Z), shown by Sandro Pinha for owner Arabian Soul Partners.

Scottsdale Arabian Classic Junior Colt Reserve Champion MARSAI MARA SWF (Selket Marque x Focus Vejora), shown by Michael Byatt for owner Stonewall Farm Arabians LLC.

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Scottsdale Arabian Classic Senior Stallion AAOTH Champion VEGAS DPA (EF Kingston x Angelina DPA), shown by Don Morse for owner Oak Ridge Arabians.

Scottsdale Arabian Classic Junior Colt AAOTH Champion RD MURILLO (Bey Ambition x Enchanteress), shown by owner Murray Popplewell.

Scottsdale Arabian Classic Senior Mare Champion NAJDAH AL ZOBAIR (Marwan Al Shaqab x JFN Bint Ludhan), shown by Michael Byatt for owner Sheikh Abdullah Mohammed Bin Al Thani.

Scottsdale Arabian Classic Senior Mare Reserve Champion GODDESS OF DA VINCI (Da Vinci FM x Goddess Of Marwan), shown by Keith Krichke for owner Sally Bedeker.

Scottsdale Arabian Classic Junior Filly Champion BELLA VITORIA ORA (Vitorio TO x Anna Marie BHF), shown by David Boggs for owner Sheikh Ammar Bin Humaid Al Nuaimi.

Scottsdale Arabian Classic Junior Filly Reserve Champion JULLYE AL GAZAL XX (SF Veraz x Beautiful Juell V), shown by Keith Krichke for owner Larry Schopf.

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Scottsdale Arabian Classic Senior Mare AAOTH Champion SHOWTHYME WCA (Pryme Thyme x WCA Perfectiming), shown by owner Angela Sellman.

Scottsdale Arabian Classic Junior Filly AAOTH Champion MC REAL ENCHANTMENT (SF Sir Real x Ames Jasmine), shown by owner Ross McDonald.

Scottsdale Arabian Classic Filly/Mare JTH Champion FESTYWA ALSA (FA El Shawan x Festyna SA), shown by Colton Jacobs for owner Fabiana Vara.

Scottsdale Arabian Classic Senior Gelding Champion POINT MAN NJH (AE Princeton x SA Silk Dreams), shown by Gary McDonald for owner Ross McDonald.

Scottsdale Arabian Classic Junior Gelding Champion DASH OF MAGIC W (OFW Magic Wan x Dasha Van Ryad), shown by Andrew Sellman for owner Robert Wiechmann.

Scottsdale Arabian Classic Gelding AAOTH Champion SAN SOUCI V (Jullyen El Jamaal x Sweet Klassique V), shown by Rebecca Nash for owner Robert Nash.

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Scottsdale Arabian Classic Gelding JTH Champion DC MAGNUM STORM (Magnum Psyche x Rohara Eclipse), shown by Colton Jacobs for owner Justine Goodrow.

Platinum Performance $5,000 Arabian Liberty Champion MS AMBER AFIRE (DS Major Afire x Marrissah), shown by Rory O’Neill for owner Janet Zouzounis.

SSS Classic 4 & Over Arabian Stallion/Gelding ATH Champion DIGNITY ER (Denali BHF x VH Starlight), shown by Sarah Medina for owner Sharon Day.

SSS Classic 3-Year-Old Arabian Colt ATH Champion RD DYNAMO (Bey Ambition x TF Falconsimprint), shown by owner Murray Popplewell.

SSS Classic 2-Year-Old Arabian Colt ATH Champion DOMINIC M (Da Vinci FM x Rosa La Valentina), shown by owner Anthony Marino Jr.

SSS Auction Yearling Arabian Colt/Gelding AOTH Champion MAGNIFICO VERSACE ER (Versace x SA Shareyd), shown by owner Susan Chance.

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SSS Yearling Arabian Colt/Gelding ATH Champion A JERICHO (A Jakarta x Destiny VF), shown by Jocelyn Hazlewood for owner Norma-Jean Abel.

SSS Classic 4 & Over Arabian Mare ATH Champion FELLADA JCA ( Jake Jamaal JCA x Fallada), shown by Allyson Nelson for owner Jade Creek Arabians.

SSS Classic 3-Year-Old Arabian Filly ATH Champion SEPHORA PCF ( Jiuliusz De Wiec x En Vogue FA), shown by Elise Peacemaker for owner Sam Peacemaker.

SSS Classic 2-Year-Old Arabian Filly ATH Champion VICTORIA WP (PCF Vision x Psyches Psecret), shown by Francisca Strydom for owner Arturo Ortega Olive.

SSS Auction Yearling Arabian Filly AOTH Champion MARIABELLA WA (Mariachi WA x Island Mist), shown by Meagan Friesen for owner Laura Friesen.

SSS Yearling Arabian Filly ATH Champion RD EVERETTA (Ever After NA x RD Arietta Bay), shown by Michael Bills for owners Robert & Dixie North Family Trust.

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SSS Classic 3-Year-Old Arabian Gelding ATH Champion STELLARIS ROA (Stival x PS Promiscuous), shown by Zachary Peacemaker for owner Sam Peacemaker.

SSS Classic 2-Year-Old Arabian Gelding ATH Champion SHAQS LEGACY MH (Maserati WR x Legacys Treasure), shown by Mike Beethe for owner Jeff Schall.

SSS Arabian English Pleasure Maturity ATR (Horses 5 Years Old) Champion SHOCPROOF (SF Specs Shocwave x Hollyluya), ridden by Colby Dustin Powell for owner Venture Farms, Inc.

SSS Arabian English Pleasure Junior Horse Futurity (Horses 3 & 4 Years Old) Champion MUST BE LUV (IXL Noble Express x Musamerica), ridden by John Lambert for owner Michelle Oliver.

SSS Arabian Western Pleasure Maturity ATR (Horses 5 Years Old) Champion TWISTAFORTUNE JB (Fausto CRH x Twistafate JB), ridden by owner Thomas Rogers.

SSS Arabian Western Pleasure Futurity (Horses 3 & 4 Yearsl Old) Champion ADAM CR (Eden C x S Just Dream On), ridden by Thomas Garland for owner E L Ron Rash Jr.

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SSS Arabian Hunter Pleasure Maturity ATR (Horses 5 Years Old) Champion STLA SHAYA (Mariachi WA x CC Rosalya), ridden by Conley Driediger for owner Douglas Archibald.

SSS Arabian Hunter Pleasure Futurity (Horses 3 & 4 Years Old) Champion ARIYA ENCORE (Aria Impresario x Airiya), ridden by Cynthia Burkman for owner The Russell Family Trust.

Arabian English Pleasure Champion THE RENAISSANCE (ML Afire Dream x Fire Essense), ridden by James Stachowski for owner Smoky Mountain Park Arabians LLC.

Arabian English Pleasure Junior Horse Champion ROL DIVINE STYLE (Afire Bey V x IXL Miss Firefly), ridden by Kaitlyn Garland for owner Delsan Arabian LLC.

Arabian English Pleasure AAOTR 40 & Over Champion AFIRES REIGN (Afire Bey V x Matoskette), ridden by Katie Harvey for owner KGB Texas Marketing/Public Relations, Inc.

Arabian English Pleasure AAOTR 19-39 Champion HEIRIELLE (Afires Heir x Shes The Ritz), ridden by Nicole Lawrence for owner Starline Arabians LLC.

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Arabian English Pleasure AATR Champion BORNE THIS WAY (Baske Afire x MD Aquarius), ridden by owner Jeri Smith.

Arabian English Pleasure JOTR 18 & Under Champion MSU AFIRE BLAZON (Afire Bey V x Aieda), ridden by owner Allison Louise Cederberg.

Arabian English Pleasure JTR 18 & Under Champion NOBLE HUNTER (IXL Noble Express x Hidee Afire), ridden by owner Nicole Larson.

Arabian Country English Pleasure Champion CP RUMOR HAS IT (CP Sequoia x CP Jasmine), ridden by Cynthia Burkman for owner Highland Pride Arabians, Inc.

Arabian Country English Pleasure Junior Horse Champion DA SHOCKIT TO ME (SF Specs Shocwave x DA Eyes Onfire), ridden by Josh Quintus for owner Timberidge Family LLP.

Arabian Country English Pleasure AAOTR 55 & Over Champion CSP AMERICAN IDOL (DS Mick Jagger x Merlot CSP), ridden by owner Barbara Cook.

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Arabian Country English Pleasure AAOTR 36-54 Champion CP TRIPLE SPEC (SF Specs Shocwave x Beaujaleis), ridden by Carrie Fritz for owner Shamrock Farms LLC.

Arabian Country English Pleasure AAOTR 19-35 Champion DIVA AFIRE (Afire Bey V x The Grand Diva), ridden by Andrew Smith for owner North by Northwest LLC.

Arabian Country English Pleasure AATR 40 & Over Champion GSF NICOLETTE (VCP Magnifire x Ames JLO), ridden by Carrie Cada for owner Nancy Kehrli.

Arabian Country English Pleasure AATR 19-39 Champion FYRE AND BRIMSTONE (Baske Afire x Bogatynia), ridden by Laura Micallef for owner Joyce Micallef.

Arabian Country English Pleasure Select Rider AATR Champion SV JUSTAJOY (Hucks Heritage V x Justaara), ridden by Michelle Harris for owner Helen Lacey Reed.

Arabian Country English Pleasure JOTR 14-18 Champion CP RUMOR HAS IT (CP Sequoia x CP Jasmine), ridden by Sarah Esqueda for owner Highland Pride Arabians, Inc.

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Arabian Country English Pleasure JOTR 13 & Under Champion SIR PRISE (Sir Magni Feke x Sireyn Bey Berry), ridden by Cameron Hickerson for owner Todd Hickerson.

Arabian Country English Pleasure JTR 14-18 Champion STRICKLY BUSINESS (Apollopalooza x Giovanna ER), ridden by owner Jenny Lau.

Arabian Country English Pleasure JTR 13 & Under Champion SWIX (SF Specs Shocwave x Just On Ice), ridden by Sarah Porter for owner Maudi Fleming.

Arabian Park Horse Champion RONDE VU (Mamage x Ames Deja Vu), ridden by Gregg Shafer for owner Nancy Shafer.

Arabian Ladies Side Saddle English Champion C HONDO (Enzo x Enchantes Bey), ridden by Cheryl Fletcher for owner Carrie Olson.

Arabian Ladies Side Saddle English ATR Champion WINNING AFIRE (Afire Bey V x Win Me Ribbons), ridden by owner Conley Driediger.

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Arabian Ladies Side Saddle Western Champion TA PRELUDE (Kordelas x Promocja), ridden by Cynthia Burkman for owner Highland Pride Arabians, Inc.

Arabian Ladies Side Saddle Western ATR Champion TSAMURAI MAC (Maclintock V x Rohara Ronatta), ridden by Danielle Chuchran for owner Lillian Hughes.

Arabian Western Pleasure Champion MONTICELLO V ( Jullyen El Jamaal x Mosquerade V), ridden by Joe Reser for owner Setting Sun Stables LLC.

Arabian Western Pleasure Junior Horse Champion UCELLO J (MPA Giovanni x Khenya PGA), ridden by Elizabeth Bentley for owner Lawrence Jerome.

Arabian Western Pleasure AAOTR 55 & Over Champion ALERRO (Magnum Psyche x Tuscany Bey), ridden by owner Jerry Newman.

Arabian Western Pleasure AAOTR 36-54 Champion BSF ANTHEM (Sir Fames HBV x ABL Antiqua), ridden by owner Diane Athey.

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Arabian Western Pleasure AAOTR 19-35 Champion WR SOULMAN (Khadraj NA x Psyches Envy), ridden by owner Kendyl Modrich.

Arabian Western Pleasure AATR 40 & Over Champion KORNWALL (Monogramm x Kawalkada), ridden by owner Susan Copeland.

Arabian Western Pleasure AATR 19-39 Champion MOSAIC BFA (ML Mostly Padron x La Femmefatale DF), ridden by Lindsay Adams for owner Teresa Craig.

Arabian Western Pleasure Select Rider AATR Champion DS ABRAZO (C A Hermoso x Miss Adelaide), ridden by owner Jason Jones.

Arabian Western Pleasure JOTR 14-18 Champion CJ PSYNCINATI KID (Padrons Psyche x Peaches n Fame), ridden by Anna Redmond for owner Wolf Springs Ranches, Inc.

Arabian Western Pleasure JOTR and JTR 13 & Under Champion PREGO RL (Versace x Pasazz), ridden by Sarah Porter for owner Maudi Fleming.

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Arabian Western Pleasure JTR 14-18 Champion DR PSTERLYNG (Psytadel US x DR Rosa Lindie), ridden by Sarah Brinkman for owner Dale Henriksen.

Arabian Western Pleasure Walk/Trot 10 & Under Champion KHALUA JULLYEN V ( Jullyen El Jamaal x Khantina Girl V), ridden by owner Corrine Gudgeon.

Arabian Hunter Pleasure Champion IA AMBASSADOR (Amunition x La Vida Loca), ridden by Cynthia Burkman for owner Fortun Arabians LLC.

Arabian Hunter Pleasure Junior Horse Champion DA SOVEREIGN (Sundance Kid V x DA Faith), ridden by Elizabeth Bentley for owner II B Farms.

Arabian Hunter Pleasure AAOTR 55 & Over Champion JOH CASSIS (Bastgne X PS Camille), ridden by owner Thomas Hansen.

Arabian Hunter Pleasure AAOTR 36-54 Champion KHALID KID (Allionce x Aristo Kaprys), ridden by Katie Russell for owner The Russell Family Trust.

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Arabian Hunter Pleasure AAOTR 19-35 Champion C SIR MADRE (Psymadre x C Fahleen), ridden by owner Conley Driediger.

Arabian Hunter Pleasure AATR 40 & Over Champion C HONDO (Enzo x Enchantes Bey), ridden by owner Carrie Olson.

Arabian Hunter Pleasure AATR 19-39 Champion BRANDO JCA (Brandon Bey JCA x Fallada), ridden by Kayli Fortun for owner West Haven Arabians LLC.

Arabian Hunter Pleasure Select Rider AATR Champion CYLENT LIGHTNING CCA (Cytosk x Bakkaratta), ridden by Candace Berry for owner David Morrison.

Arabian Hunter Pleasure JOTR 14-18 Champion A TIME TO DANCE (Apollopalooza x Dancing Rain X), ridden by owner Erica Mark.

Arabian Hunter Pleasure JOTR and JTR 13 & Under Champion MALIEKA (Palissandre x Andraja), ridden by owner Hannah Feldman.

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Arabian Hunter Pleasure JTR 14-18 Champion MAGNOSABI (Ames Charisma x Iim So Sheik), ridden by owner Gabrielle Greenberg.

Arabian Hunter Pleasure Walk/Trot 10 & Under Champion IIBJUSTALILWICKED ( Justafire DGL x AH Wicked Ways), ridden by Macy Deak for owner Laurie Martin.

Arabian English Show Hack Champion AFIRES GUNS NROSES (Afire Bey V x HL Glitter Ngold), ridden by Cynthia Burkman for owner John & Karen Sparks Revocable Trust.

Arabian English Show Hack AATR Champion WINNING AFIRE (Afire Bey V x Win Me Ribbons), ridden by owner Conley Driediger.

Arabian English Show Hack JTR 18 & Under Champion SA KAPPUCCINO (Bucharest V x SS Wildflower), ridden by Bailey Wikel for owner Pegasus Arabians.

Arabian Hunter Hack Champion AL MARAH FEISTY STAR (AM Good Oldboy x AM Misty Dream), ridden by Kristin Hardin for owner Bazy Tankersley.

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Arabian Hunter Hack ATR Champion AM MIGHTY HECTOR (AM Double Dream x AM Echoing Sea), ridden by Tyler Holiday Hardin for owner Bazy Tankersley.

Arabian Mounted Native Costume Champion LLC PARKER (Pyro Thyme SA x TC Kharieta), ridden by Julie Daniel-Adams for owner Lynnette Wingert.

Arabian Mounted Native Costume AATR Champion MATTICE NL (Ballience V x Mattihari), ridden by Stacy Postell for owner Molly Kressbach.

Arabian Mounted Native Costume JTR 18 & Under Champion MONTERO SF (Sir Fames HBV x Mistic Dream), ridden by Mckenna Ray for owner Brenda LaVette.

Arabian Pleasure Driving Champion BRASS STAR (Brass x CB Shining Star), driven by Richard Ames for owner Cedar Ridge Farm.

Arabian Country Pleasure Driving Champion CP TRIPLE SPEC (SF Specs Shocwave x Beaujaleis), driven by Silvio Domingues for owner Shamrock Farms LLC.

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Arabian Country Pleasure Driving AOTD Champion PA ELUSIVE (Emanor x PA Screen Play), driven by Craig Willett for owner A&M Arabians LLC.

Arabian Reining Horse Bitted Champion RA LANAI (Khadraj NA x Sablefire), ridden by LaRae Fletcher Powell for owner Rene Padgham.

Arabian Reining Junior Horse Hackamore/Snaffle Bit Champion RAHMONE (Rahere x Baloo Essence), ridden by Jessica Schaeffler for owner Culbreth Equine Training & Management LLC.

Arabian Reining Horse AAOTR 19-44 Champion LD TSUNAMI (OH Kornerstone x In Bens Image), ridden by Katie Harvey for owner KGB Texas Marketing/Public Relations, Inc.

Arabian Reining Horse Limit Rider AATR Champion P A RAPTOR (Eternety x PA Ratene), ridden by Sarah Sussman for owner Samantha Price.

Arabian Reining Futurity Classic at Scottsdale Champion TAKE A SPIN (What It Takes x Minding Ps And Qs), ridden by Dan Huss for owner Amara Spizzirri.

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Arabian Reining Horse JTR 13 & Under Champion HF MONEY GRANT (HF General Grant x HF Mona Ellia), ridden by Gentry Hiser for owner Wesley Hiser.

Arabian Working Cow Horse Bitted and Reined Cow Horse Champion CALLISTA JACARA ( J J Kabask x Amatista), ridden by April Canavan for owner Quinton Willingham.

Arabian Working Cow Horse Junior Horse Hackamore/Snaffle Bit Champion PAZZAZZ JT (Piaff PASB x Sharazee), ridden by Jason Hershberger for owner John Toolson Jr.

Arabian Working Cow Horse ATR Champion VALLEJO CYLEBRITY (Rohara Moon Storm x Cytrina), ridden by Katharyn Hart for owner Vallejo III Ranch LLC.

Arabian Reined Cow Horse Limited ATR Champion BASKE THYME SA (Pryme Thyme x Kailabaska), ridden by Wyatt Wilms for owner Susan Wheeler.

Arabian Reined Cow Horse ATR Champion TA GLACIER (Kordelas x Gloria AHSB), ridden by owner Elizabeth Dagnall.

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Arabian Western Trail Horse Champion SERANNADA (Robby x Serana), ridden by Kathy Bast for owner Sandra Robinson.

Arabian Western Trail Horse Junior Horse Champion ERIK THE BLACK (GFI Cheyenne x California Danser), ridden by Jeffrey Wilms for owner Gayle Bouskos.

Arabian Western Trail Horse AOTR Champion SERANNADA (Robby x Serana), ridden by Ian Robinson for owner Sandra Robinson.

Arabian Western Trail Horse ATR Champion SERANNADA (Robby x Serana), ridden by owner Sandra Robinson.

Scottsdale Gamblers Choice Arabian/HA/AA Jumper Champion ABILITY (MHR Nobility x Nikita), ridden by Kristin Hardin for owner Nancy Shafer.

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Scottsdale HA/AA Supreme Classic Champion JUSTA CHIPPENDALE (Justify x Chipper Bell), shown by Andrew Sellman for owner DST Arabians.

Scottsdale HA/AA Classic Senior Mare Champion EBONY BY VALENTINO (DA Valentino x CF Mamies Night Out), shown by Gregory GallĂşn for owner Sally Bedeker.

Scottsdale HA/AA Classic Junior Filly Champion MISS EBONY GA (Maddox Van Ryad x Ebony By Valentino), shown by Ricardo Rivero for owner Sally Bedeker.

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Scottsdale HA/AA Classic Mare AAOTH Champion BENI TG (DA Valentino x Rohara Mademoiselle), shown by Glena Weegens for owner R. Todd Weegens.

Scottsdale HA/AA Classic Filly/Mare JTH Champion BENI TG (DA Valentino x Rohara Mademoiselle), shown by Emma Boggs for owner R. Todd Weegens.

Scottsdale HA/AA Classic Senior Gelding Champion VSH DOMINIC (Majesteit x O Katie), shown by Andrew Sellman for owner Texie Lowery.

Scottsdale HA/AA Classic Junior Gelding Champion JUSTA CHIPPENDALE ( Justify x Chipper Bell), shown by Andrew Sellman for owner DST Arabians.

Scottsdale HA/AA Classic Gelding AAOTH Champion THE BIG BOPPER ORA (Vitorio TO x She Be Adiva KBS), shown by Don Morse for owner Oak Ridge Arabians.

Scottsdale HA/AA Classic Gelding JTH Champion THE GODFATHER ORA (Vitorio TO x SH Sebella), shown by Colton Jacobs for owner Justine Goodrow.

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HA/AA English Pleasure Champion HOT AIR (Baske Afire x Rita), ridden by James Stachowski for owner Bryan Grossman.

HA/AA English Pleasure Junior Horse Champion EMPERORS FIRE (Afire Bey V x Ritada), ridden by Joel Kiesner for owner Starline Arabians LLC.

HA/AA English Pleasure AAOTR 40 & Over Champion EVES FIRE (Afire Bey V x Ritida), ridden by Lori Lawrence for owner Starline Arabians LLC.

HA/AA English Pleasure AAOTR 19-39 Champion SISTER CHRISTIAN RA (Afire Bey V x Ritida), ridden by owner Ashley Gallun.

HA/AA English Pleasure JOTR and JTR 18 & Under Champion NUTCRACKER SWEET PF (Undulata’s Nutcracker x Ames Deja Vu), ridden by Juliette Dell for owner 6D Ranch Ltd.

HA/AA Country English Pleasure Champion SUGAR MOUNTAIN (Baske Afire x Kelly Le Brock), ridden by James Stachowski for owner Elvin Berkheimer.

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HA/AA Country English Pleasure Junior Horse Champion SURE FIRE REDEMPTION (Afire Bey V x A Lady at Heart), ridden by James Stachowski for owner Jeri Smith.

HA/AA Country English Pleasure AAOTR 55 & Over Champion SF BEYOND THE GLORY (Cologne x Admirals Supreme Glory), ridden by owner Diane Franklin.

HA/AA Country English Pleasure AAOTR 36-54 Champion TOI SUPREME CRF (Matoi x Alpha Phi), ridden by Lara Ames for owner Cedar Ridge Farm.

HA/AA Country English Pleasure AAOTR 19-35 Champion TEMPTING FAIT (Harlem Town x TR Fait Accompli), ridden by Taylor Kraft for owner Karen Kraft.

HA/AA Country English Pleasure AATR 40 & Over Champion JUMPING JACK FLASH BF (MHR Nobility x Movie Maker), ridden by owner Deborah Haug.

HA/AA Country English Pleasure AATR 19-39 Champion BL SMOOTH CRIMINAL (Sir William Robert x Rumina Afire), ridden by owner Bridget Atwood.

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HA/AA Country English Pleasure Select Rider AATR Champion ELEGANT EXPRESSION (Afire Bey V x Express Yourself ), ridden by Kimberly Blackburn for owner Shannon Beethe.

HA/AA Country English Pleasure JOTR 14-18 Champion DC ONE MAN SHOW (Baske Afire x CR Simply Marvelous), ridden by owner Mary Mag Wilson.

HA/AA Country English Pleasure JOTR 13 & Under Champion APHRODISIAC (Majesteit x EA Aphroditie), ridden by owner Madison Stringer.

HA/AA Country English Pleasure JTR 14-18 Champion PRIM N PROPER (Cease Fire x Broadway Babe), ridden by owner Leanne Asper.

HA/AA Country English Pleasure JTR 13 & Under Champion TOI TALENT (Matoi x Feather Talent), ridden by owner Mia Peterson.

HA/AA Park Horse Champion BEBOPALOOZA (Apollopalooza x Picture Perfectte), ridden by Gabriel DeSoto for owner Christian Martens.

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HA/AA Park Horse ATR Champion REA MY ALLIENCE (Allience x My Diamond Girl), ridden by Gregg Shafer for owner Nancy Shafer.

HA/AA Ladies Side Saddle English Champion LARDA MERCY WH (Hey Hallelujah x Lady Larda W), ridden by Christine Johnston for owner Olivia Phelan.

HA/AA Ladies Side Saddle English ATR Champion THE REAL SLIM SHADY (Mamage x Vanitys Gal), ridden by owner Shea Urgitus.

HA/AA Ladies Side Saddle Western Champion WA HOLLYWOOD SPOTS (Tackitts Mr Magic x My Krystal Rose), ridden by Elizabeth Bentley for owner Connie Cutler.

HA/AA Ladies Side Saddle Western ATR Champion SI DREAMMAKER (Amir Dowa Shamis x Cutters Blue Angle), ridden by Debra Helmick for owner Mark Helmick.

HA/AA Western Pleasure Champion SIMPLY IRREZISTIBLE (Soldat x Anais Anais), ridden by Elizabeth Bentley for owner Jada Reed.

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HA/AA Western Pleasure Junior Horse Champion ZEES A DALLAS COWBOY (Zefyr x Kings Poco Blackburn), ridden by Jody Strand for owner Leslie Kvistad.

HA/AA Western Pleasure AAOTR 55 & Over Champion WA HOLLYWOOD SPOTS (Tackitts Mr Magic x My Krystal Rose), ridden by owner Connie Cutler.

HA/AA Western Pleasure AAOTR 36-54 and AATR 40 & Over Champion CALIENTE VIRTUOSO (C A Hermoso x Crystal Blue Persuasion), ridden by owner Robin Porter.

HA/AA Western Pleasure AAOTR 19-35 Champion DIONEA PA (Enzo x Donatella Versace), ridden by Gena Rodgers for owner Cynthia Rodgers.

HA/AA Western Pleasure AATR 19-39 Champion TAMAR CHIARO DI LUNA (Mais Shah x Tamar Lady Sunshine), ridden by Amy Peterson for owner Troy Peterson.

HA/AA Western Pleasure Select Rider AATR Champion QUEEN OF HEARTS LA (Ole Patche Rock x Hearts Desyre), ridden by owner Devin Galloway.

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HA/AA Western Pleasure JOTR 18 & Under and JTR 14-18 Champion DA KOTA FF (Da Vinci FM x Zippininfromdallas), ridden by Rachel Olson for owner Cylent Arabians LLC.

HA/AA Western Pleasure JTR 13 & Under Champion CALIENTE VIRTUOSO (C A Hermoso x Crystal Blue Persuasion), ridden by Sarah Porter for owner Robin Porter.

HA/AA Western Pleasure Walk/Trot 10 & Under Champion SPIRYT (Europejczyk x Sweet Painted Lady), ridden by Halle Potts for owner The Brass Ring, Inc.

HA/AA Hunter Pleasure Champion WD NOBLE LADD (IXL Noble Express x Gifted JG), ridden by Wendy Potts for owner Audrey Zinke.

HA/AA Hunter Pleasure Junior Horse Champion RM TEXAS HOLD EM ( Jake Jamaal JCA x Absolut Perfektshun), ridden by Vickey Bowman for owner Madison Stevens.

HA/AA Hunter Pleasure AAOTR 55 & Over Champion WCF ELI (Zodiac Matador x Refina), ridden by Susan Rainwater for owner Rainwater Insurance, Inc.

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HA/AA Hunter Pleasure AAOTR 36-54 Champion JKF NOBLE INTENTIONS (MHR Nobility x El Milagros California Cap), ridden by Mike Beethe for owner Shannon Beethe.

HA/AA Hunter Pleasure AAOTR 19-35 Champion CHANCE TO JAM (CWP Chances Are x She Be Jammin), ridden by owner Ashley Lauren Toye.

HA/AA Hunter Pleasure AATR 40 & Over Champion WC CENTER STAGE (Psymadre x CT Pina Colada), ridden by owner Mary Lou Jones.

HA/AA Hunter Pleasure AATR 19-39 Champion VIVIENNE LR (Knight Invader x KJ Deja Vu), ridden by Andrew Smith for owner North by Northwest LLC.

HA/AA Hunter Pleasure Select Rider AATR Champion JKF NOBLE INTENTIONS (MHR Nobility x El Milagros California Cap), ridden by Kimberly Blackburn for owner Shannon Beethe.

HA/AA Hunter Pleasure JOTR and JTR 14-18 Champion AFLAIR CF (Allusion AOF x LM Padrons Affair), ridden by Holland Stevens for owner Remington Monroe Equine LLC.

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HA/AA Hunter Pleasure JOTR and JTR 13 & Under Champion A FIREEKEN FORTUNE (SP Fortunefivehundred x Bey Fireeshah), ridden by owner Nicole Larson.

HA/AA Hunter Pleasure Walk/Trot 10 & Under Champion SAVE YOUR PENNIES (Cytosk x Penny From Heaven), ridden by owner Corrine Gudgeon.

HA/AA English Show Hack Champion PRINCE LOA (Krewe x Sultans Final Dawn), ridden by Kimberly Verhage for owner L. David Pease.

HA/AA English Show Hack AATR Champion O ME O MY (Majesteit x Milady Cognac), ridden by owner Shawna McCune.

HA/AA English Show Hack JTR 18 & Under Champion SHAKE IT UP BABY (Afires Vision x Gaelic Fantasy), ridden by Natalie Alves for owner Antonio Alves.

HA/AA Hunter Hack Champion ALLURES WIKID WAYS (Johnnys Little Patches x Surasweetipi), ridden by owner Emily Barker.

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HA/AA Hunter Hack ATR Champion SNEAKERSS (Sir Spattson x Run Really Run), ridden by owner Cookie Graham.

HA/AA Mounted Native Costume Champion PRINCE LOA (Krewe x Sultans Final Dawn), ridden by Michelle Pease-Paulsen for owner L. David Pease.

HA/AA Mounted Native Costume JTR 18 & Under Champion SHAKE IT UP BABY (Afires Vision x Gaelic Fantasy), ridden by Natalie Alves for owner Antonio Alves.

HA/AA Pleasure Driving Champion BUGZY MALONE (Majasteit x Luv Potion), driven by Craig Willett for owner A&M Arabians LLC.

HA/AA Country Pleasure Driving Champion AMERICANBEAUTIE (Afire Bey V x Kelly Le Brock), driven by Gordon Potts for owner Shamrock Farms LLC.

HA/AA Reining Junior Horse Hackamore/Snaffle Bit Champion NW JUSTA CHANCE (Samir Cante x Leaning on a Dream), ridden by Lee Mancini for owner Kathleen Monico.

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HA/AA Reining Horse Bitted Champion with Jim Anderson and Reining Horse AAOTR 45 & Over Champion FRECKLES GOT TRIX (Sontitas San Freckles x Bint Trixie), ridden by owner Velda Peach.

HA/AA Reining Horse AAOTR 19-44 Champion PHANTOM SMOKE (Colonels Smoking Gun x SA Phantom Gale), ridden by owner Cotton McNutt.

HA/AA Reining Horse Limit Rider AATR Champion DELWOODS JUDE (Brassy Merit x Princesska), ridden by Audrey Hart for owner Vallejo III Ranch LLC.

HA/AA Reining Futurity Classic at Scottsdale Champion GONE N DUNIT RA (Brennas Golden Dunit x Marliera), ridden by Brian Welman for owner Richard Ames.

HA/AA Reining Horse JTR 14-18 Champion HOLLYWOOD BLOCKBUSTER (Hollywood Dun It x PGN Vanity), ridden by owner Olivia Pakula.

HA/AA Reining Horse JTR 13 & Under Champion TR COCKADOODLEDOO ( Jaborrs Impack x Roosters Julie), ridden by owner Athena North.

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HA/AA Working Cow Horse Champion HH TUCKS PLAYBOY (Tucknicolor x Khabreah), ridden by Elise Ulmer for owner Stephen Grove.

HA/AA Working Cow Junior Horse Hackamore/Snaffle Bit Champion THROTTLE UP SB (CG Colonel Jac x Opera Gloves), ridden by Lance Scheffel for owner Frank Gaddie.

HA/AA Working Cow Horse ATR Champion HOLLYWOOD BLOCKBUSTER (Hollywood Dun It x PGN Vanity), ridden by owner Olivia Pakula.

HA/AA Western Trail Horse Junior Horse Champion RCC FRIAR TUCK (Cashmere MA x Lil Red Riding Hood), ridden by Jeffrey Wilms for owner Robyn Meyer.

HA/AA Western Trail Horse Champion IM DESTINEES HOBBY (Como Chex Hobby x Oasis Destinee), ridden by owner Jessica Bein.

HA/AA Western Trail Horse ATR Champion IM DESTINEES HOBBY (Como Chex Hobby x Oasis Destinee), ridden by Amanda Golestani for owner Jessica Bein.

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Youth Halter Showmanship JTR 14-18 Champion JENNY LAU with Fox On Fire (Fire An Ice x Easter Haze), for owner Avery Brogle.

Youth Halter Showmanship JTR 11-13 Champion AVERY BROGLE with Fox On Fire (Fire An Ice x Easter Haze), for owner Avery Brogle.

Youth Halter Showmanship JTR 10 & Under Champion JESSIE BURTON with Fox On Fire (Fire An Ice x Easter Haze), for owner Avery Brogle.

Western Horsemanship AATR Champion MICHELLE PEASE-PAULSEN, owner of BSF Starbuck (Were Dun x Escapade MF).

Western Horsemanship JTR 14-18 Champion KATIE MOSTELLER with Prince Baskir (El Shatir Zai x My Chaurona), for owner Leslie Mosteller.

Western Horsemanship JTR 13 & Under Champion ATHENA NORTH, owner of TR Cockadoodledoo ( Jaborrs Impack x Roosters Julie).

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UPHA Arabian Breeds Challenge Cup JTR 17 & Under Champion MARY MAG WILSON on Afire Of Roses MB (Baske Afire x To A Wild Rose), for owner Michelle Betten.

Saddle Seat Equitation JTR 14-18 Champion ALEXANDRIA RYAN with Strikes So Sassy (Strike Up The Bands Legacy x GA Louisiana Grey), for owner Charlene Ryan.

Saddle Seat Equitation JTR 13 & Under Champion MADISON STRINGER, owner of Aphrodisiac (Majesteit x EA Aphroditie).

Hunter Seat Equitation Not To Jump JTR 14-18 Champion GABRIELLE GREENBERG with Ssinatra (Sshameless x D E Naztravia), for owner Kelsey McMahan.

Hunter Seat Equitation Not To Jump JTR 13 & Under Champion RENEE WHITE with PERFECT STRANGER (Xtreme Phlash x Show Nuff Gold), for owner Marilie Sage.

Reining Seat Equitation JTR 14-18 Champion MIKAILLA MARIE WALTOS, owner of Flight Of Fanci (Poco Loco Doc x Class Of Angels).

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Reining Seat Equitation JTR 13 & Under Champion TRENTYN POWELL with TA Giovanni (Kordelas x Gloria AHSB), for owner Silver Aspen Ranch.

English Pleasure Walk/Trot 10 & Under Champion NEVERLAND (Aploz x Heavenlei), ridden by Brianna Chamberlain for owner Laurie Martin.

Country English Pleasure Walk/Trot 10 & Under Champion BAYWATCH (DW Bonfire x A Lovely Day), ridden by Anna Landsman for owner Mary Bowden.

Trail Walk/Trot 10 & Under Champion DIAMONDS R AWESOME (NW Awesome x Hy Dazzle Diamond), ridden by owner Brinley Beicker.

AHT's 2013 Scottsdale Horse Show Coverage  

from March issue

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