TWO TIME AQHA WORLD CHAMPIONS! Amy Stoney and Skeets Whizard win the AQHA World Show Amateur Reining for the second year in a row with a 219!!! We could not be more proud of this amazing duo. What a rider! What a horse!
Amy & Wilson, 145.5 with a minus half overspin in the 7 & Up Maturity/Non Pro at the NRHA Derby Show (73 & 72.5). That's doing something at this horse show. Drew early and made them chase her! A girl and her horse just doing what they do. What a team. As always, so thankful this horse came into our lives. Great job Amy & Wilson! Finished 3rd in L4, L3 & NP earning $3,900+. Puts Wilson's lifetime earnings just under $58,000. What a horse!
Jeff, Amy and I had a ton of fun at our very first American Driving Society approved Combined Driving Event. Goose and I placed 1st Training Level, and Jeff and Milo placed 3rd Preliminary Level. Goose was an absolute ROCK STAR on the marathon phase, and I feel so blessed to be learning this sport on such a talented well-schooled veteran. Amy is quickly becoming a stellar navigator on the marathon, and Jeff and I continue to learn and will be tuning up our turnout (outfit), skills and performance for next time. We owe it to our very lovely and very capable ponies! Love these boys!
Dunitwithashineyface and Amy Stoney - L3 and L4 Non Pro Derby finalists! They finished 17th L4 and tied 9th for L3 putting Otto's total earnings over $12,000. Well done!
Congrats to Amy Stoney and Skeets Whizard (Wilson) for rockin a sweet 219.5 to tie 3rd in the L4 and L3 NRBC Classic Challenge earning over $6,300. They also placed 4th in the $5,000 added Non Pro class. With over $41,800 in lifetime earnings this special little gelding is still as honest as the day he first stepped into the showpen. Thanks NRBC for offering a high dollar maturity, congrats to Champion Lisa Bissell on a great win defending her 2015 title. Kudos to the exhibitors/programs responsible for this deep set of 7 and up horses. This plainly proves that talented reiners can stay performing at a high level even with a few miles on them. Good job Amy and Wilson!