50th Nechako Valley Exhibition Results: Light Horse Driving

Results of Light Horse Driving event of the 2016 Vanderhoof fall fair

Turn Out( light horse/pony)

1st Hillary McNolty & Pancha

2nd Rita Hiatt & Chip

 

Mini Turn out

1st Joan McNaughton & Fox

2nd Joanne Robinson & Rico

 

PreLim Dressage

1st Rita Hiatt and Chip

2nd Hillary McNolty & Pancha

 

Mini Dressage, Training

1st Joan McNaughton and Fox

2nd Joanne Robinson & Rico

 

Working Pleasure Driving

1st Rita Hiatt & Chip

2nd Hillary McNolty & Pancha

 

Mini Working Pleasure

1st Joanne Robinson & Rico

2nd Joan McNaughton & Fox

 

Pleasure Driving Reinsmanship Open

1st Rita Hiatt & Chip

2nd Hillary McNolty & Pancha

 

Mini Pleasure Driving Reinsmanship

1st Joan McNaughton & Fox 2nd Joanne Robinson & Rico

 

Novice Driver Reinsmanship

1st Joanne Robinson & Rico

 

Single Log Skid

1st John McNolty & Bill

2nd Hillary McNolty & Pancha

 

Single Horse Chore Race

1st John McNolty &Bill

2nd Hillary McNolty & Pancha

 

Driving Trail

1st Hillary McNolty

2nd Rita Hiatt & Chip

 

Mini Trail

1st Joan McNaughton & Fox

2nd Joanne Robinson & Rico

 

Driving Cones

1st Hillary McNolty & Pancha

2nd Rita Hiatt & Chip

 

Mini cones

1st Joan McNaughton & Fox

2nd Joanne Robinson & Rico

 

Obstacles

1st Rita Hiatt & Chip

2nd Hillary McNolty & Pancha

 

Mini obstacles

1st Joan McNaughton & Fox

2nd Joanne Robinson & Rico

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