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WRHA: The Classic – Great Reining Classes at the Monroe Show May 29-30

WRHA: The Classic – Great Reining Classes at the Monroe Show May 29-30
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2014 John Slack winner

Natalie VanMersbergen, the 2014 John Slack Memorial Beginner Rider Champion.

Washington Reining Horse Association will host The Classic at The Evergreen State Fairgrounds in Monroe, WA May 29 through May 31. Co-Sponsored by Timberland Homes and Maria Danieli Real Estate, the show will have two full slates of NRHA classes, Green Reiner classes, and also club classes that do not have NRHA membership or competition license requirements.  The feature classes of The Classic will be Open and Non Pro NRHA Maturity classes,  and the John Slack Memorial Beginner Rider class.  The show will begin Friday morning, May 29, and run through the weekend. Come join us at our only Western Washington show.

WRHA held its first show of the season April 10-12 at the Appleatchee Riding Club in Wenatchee.  As we continue into the show season, we thank our Diamond, Platinum and Gold level sponsors who have committed to supporting WRHA at press time:  The Spring Fling Diamond Sponsor Sky River Equestrian; The Classic Show Diamond Co-Sponsors Timberland Homes / Maria Danieli; Platinum Sponsors Rhodes River Ranch; Eve Willett / Red Pony Insurance; Eric Carlson; Stancik Non Pros; Heritage General Building Contractors; Coastal Community Bank, and Kari Klingenberg / Kari’s Non Pros.  Also, Gold Sponsors Rocking “E” Feeds; Ag Supply / Equis Feed and Presco Telecommunications.  Thank you also to our Silver, Bronze and Club Sponsors who are named at wrha.net. The club is also on Facebook.

 

Published in May 2015 Issue

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Washington Reining Horse Association’s objective is to promote and encourage the showing of reining horses; and to develop and dissemble informational material deemed desirable to provide contestants and spectators a better understanding of a proper performance of the reining horse in the show arena. Our club has members from under ten years of age to over seventy years old and classes are offered from beginner riders to national level open riders. Learn more at www.wrha.net

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