Monthly Archives: October 2018

Congrats to Margaret and Cotton!

…….for winning the WSVRHA Advanced reserve Championship at the Finals……..and for winning the Advanced reining with your best run EVER.  Wooo hoooo!!  the picture may be old, but the victories and the sentiments are NEW.

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There’s Always Time For Fun

Thanks to the KT Training Barn for providing another great Ranch Horse Challenge, preceded by a raucous calcutta with auctioneer extraordinaire Chris Bugenig.  The Clifford Horse Training Barn showed up in force, helped by an extra three points to the … Continue reading

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My Cow Pony.

  Once in awhile, I need to pause and think about what a good little horse I have.  Chase (Very Smart Cow Pony) won the WSVRHA year-end high point championship.  He was Reserve Champ at the Finals for WSVRHA, (congrats … Continue reading

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My Team, Hard at Work

Many members of the Clifford Horse Training Team worked to make these Finals so successful. The whole event was a giant team effort, and there are more “thank yous” to make at another time.  But this picture exemplifies the kind … Continue reading

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Match Made in Heaven

There is no division that runs deeper in talent than the Limited, and Mei Mei Dorrance beat them all at the WSVRHA Finals.  She won both the Cutting and the Cow Horse, and was in the top three or four … Continue reading

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Three Amazing Years

Stop and think about this, folks:  In Dawn Poston’s first year of owning Fred (Fresno’s Plain Peppy), she piled up the wins and came away with the WSVRHA year-end championship in Limited.  So she moved on.  In her second year … Continue reading

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Tribute to Cheater

Jennifer Harden’s wonderful Chita’s Doc Bar (Cheater) is ready to see his life become considerably easier as Jen plans to move him into a future of less stress and no “down the fence.”  But he certainly went out with a … Continue reading

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