2019 AQHA Level 1 Championship East Show Results

In News 2019, Show Highlights by JMQH

The JMQH Team had a fantastic show at the Nutrena AQHA Level 1 Championship East show!

Thank you to AQHA and all of the staff and volunteers who put on this event – it’s not an easy task! Congratulations to the JMQH winners:

Alivia Brummell & Zip N Skip Doc
RESERVE CHAMPION Walk Trot Youth Equitation
8th Level 1 Youth Walk Trot Trail
9th Level 1 Youth 13 & Under Showmanship
9th Level 1 Youth Walk Trot Horsemanship

What an amazing show for Liv & Lexi! Super excited for this team’s future!

Abby Schaap & My Secret Addiction
6th Level 1 Youth Walk Trot Trail
7th Level 1 Youth 14-18 Equitation (out of 72)
9th Level 1 Youth 14-18 Showmanship (out of 100+)
10th (tie) Rookie Youth Ranch Riding

An amazing show for this up team – watch for great things yet to come!

Courtney Bishop & Royal Good Fortune
5th Rookie Amateur Ranch Riding
8th Level 1 Amateur Equitation (out of 71)
12th Rookie Amateur Horsemanship (out of 60)
13th Rookie Amateur Trail

Courtney & Phoenix are such a fun team to have around! Phoenix is a 14 yr old gelding who wasn’t meant to be alive – and he sure has out performed everyone’s expectations! He may not be easy – but he keeps things exciting and Courtney has fun with him. Great job Courtney & Phoenix!

Kayleigh Pollowy-Blink & Im A Natural Secret
6th Level 1 Amateur Trail
Finalist Level 1 Amateur Western Riding
Finalist Level 1 Amateur Ranch Riding
Finalist Rookie Ranch Riding

Kayleigh defined perseverance this week having dislocated her knee mounting on our second day at the show. She continued to show, though was unable to practice at all. The TEAM rallied behind her and helped get Casper ready each day and Kayleigh is very grateful to everyone for their help! Very proud of their final class – trail – and their ride was wonderful to watch and even more exciting to result in a top placing!

Julie Scrivo & Harvards Tuition
Finalist Rookie Ranch Riding

This team defined determination as their journey was a struggle with injuries to Harvey at the show. In the end we were able to see progress in a several areas and look forward to the future when everyone gets it all together at the same time. Well done Julie & Harvey – sticking it out – big things yet to come!