Heavy Horse Show Results

49th Nechako Valley Exhibition heavy horse show results are out!

801 Turn Out (light horse)

1st Hillary Deveny driving Pancha

2nd Jenny Stringer driving Diablo

3rd Serine Forino driving Albion

 

802 Driving Dressage

1st Hillary Deveny driving Pancha

2nd Serine Forino driving Albion

 

803 Pre Lim Dressage

1st Rita Hiatt driving Chip

2nd Jennifer Stringer driving Diablo

 

804 First Year Horse 

1st Hillary Deveny driving Pancha

 

806 Drive and Ride

1st Rita Hiatt driving Chip

2nd Hillary Deveny driving Pancha

 

807 Pleasure Driving Reinsmanship

1st Rita Hiatt driving Chip

2nd Jenny Stringer driving Diablo

3rd Hillary Deveny driving Pancha

 

809 Single Horse Log Skid

1st Hillary Deveny driving Pancha

2nd John McNolty driving Bill 

3rd Harold Mueller driving Bailey

 

810 Single Horse Pull

1st Curtis Adamson driving Doc

2nd Curtis Adamson driving Nip

3rd Paul Levesque driving Ry

 

811 Draft Foals and Yearlings Halter

1st Mercedes Deaton showing Juneau

2nd Chelsea Randall showing Moose

3rd Tera Gardner showing Bonneyville

 

812 Draft Mare or Gelding Halter

1st Mike DiMassimo showing Jaspers Triumph

2nd Keith Wruth showing Duke

3rd Dyanne DiMassimo showing Jaspers Sensational Prince

 

813 Pulling Mare or Gelding (must be in the Pull)

1st John McNolty showing Bill

2nd Paul Levesque showing Ry

3rd Harold Mueller showing Bailey

 

Champion Halter 

1st  Mike DiMassimo showing Jaspers Triumph  

Reserve John McNolty showing Bill

 

818 Mens Cart

Keith Wruth driving Duke

 

820 Costume Class

1st Connie Gardner showing Moose

2nd Tera Gardner showing Bonneyville

3rd Jennifer Stringer Showing Diablo

 

821 Draft Team on Wagon

1st Keith Wruth driving Duke & Grath

2nd Dyanne DiMassimo driving Prince and Ty

3rd Harold Mueller driving Tia and Bailey

 

822 Ladies Team on Wagon

1st Serine Forino driving Tia and Bailey

2nd Dyanne DiMassimo driving Prince and Ty

 

824 Junior Team on Wagon

Mercedes Deaton driving Tia and Bailey

 

825 Unicorn Hitch

Keith Wruth driving Duke, Grath & Randy

 

826 Four Horse Hitch

Keith Wruth driving Duke, Grath, Randy & Norman

 

827 Driving Trail

1st Jenny Stringer driving Diablo

2nd Harold Mueller driving Tia and Bailey

3rd Rita Hiatt driving Chip

 

828 Hour glass race

1st Rita Hiatt driving Chip

2nd Jenny Stringer driving Diablo

3rd Hillary Deveny driving Pancha

 

829 Driving Barrels

1st Rita Hiatt driving Chip

2nd Jenny Stringer driving Diablo

3rd Hillary Deveny driving Pancha

 

830 Driving Keyhole

1st Jenny Stringer driving Diablo

2nd Rita Hiatt driving Chip

3rd Hillary Deveny driving Pancha

 

831 Driving Pole Bending

1st Jenny Stringer driving Diablo

2nd Rita Hiatt driving Chip

3rd Hillary Deveny driving Pancha

 

832 Sulky Plow

1st Harold Mueller driving Tia and Bailey

2nd John Olsen driving Major and Hoss

 

833 Walk behind Plow

Keith Wruth driving Duke & Grath

 

834 Chore Team 

1st Jon Olsen, Don Sholer driving Major and Hoss

2nd Don Sholer, Jon Olsen driving Tom

3rd Gerald Gaibraith, Mike DiMassimo driving Prince and Ty

 

835 Team Log Skid

1st Keith Wruth driving Duke & Grath

2nd John McNolty driving Bill and Bob

3rd Dean Sturko driving Betty and Star

 

836 Teamster Competition 

1st Ben Rodts driving Randy and Norman

2nd Keith Wruth driving Duke & Grath

3rd John McNolty driving Bill and Bob

 

838 Farm Implement 

1st Harold Mueller driving Tia and Bailey

2nd John Olsen driving Major and Hoss

3rd John McNolty driving Bill and Bob

 

839 Heavy Horse Team Pull (below 3400 lbs) 

1st Harold Mueller driving Tia and Bailey

2nd Dean Sturko driving Betty and Star

3rd Keith Wruth driving Duke & Grath

 

840 Heavy Horse Team Pull (over 3400 lbs) 

1st Curtis Adamson driving Nip and Doc

2nd Ben Rodts driving Bevis and Butthead

3rd Paul Levesque driving Ry and King

 

High Point for Light Horse Driving

Rita Hiatt driving Chip

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