western riders from William Woods University recently rode at the Color Breed
Congress in Tulsa, Okla., bringing back a champion high point, reserve high
point and eight blue ribbons.
Color Breed Congress includes horses from four separate breed associations.
More than 600 exhibitors competed, representing 34 states and two foreign
of the riders competed on WWU-owned horses, while Emily Triesch of San Diego,
Calif., competed on her personal horse.
horses was such a wonderful and rewarding experience,” Triesch said. “The
horses we competed against were truly amazing and I can’t wait to go back and
do it again!”
and western instructor, coached students at the show.
impressive. I am always thrilled when our students and horses can be successful
in such a competitive environment,” she said.
- Champion High Point, ApHC Novice Non Pro
- Reserve High Point, ApHC Non Pro Overall
- First, ApHC Hunter in Hand Open, Geldings
- First, ApHC Hunter in Hand Non Pro, Geldings
- First, ApHC Hunter Under Saddle, Non Pro
- First, ApHC Hunter Under Saddle, Novice Non Pro
- First, ApHC Hunt Seat Equitation, Non Pro
- First, ApHC Hunt Seat Equitation, Novice Non Pro
- Fifth, Champion of Champions Open Hunter Under Saddle
- First, Youth Halther Geldings PL/SD Type
- First, Open Ideal English, Saddle Type
- Fourth, Senior Youth Discipline Rail, Western
- Fourth, Senior
Youth Ideal Pinto English
- Sixth, Youth Tobiano Color
- Sixth, Novice Youth Hunt Seat Equitation
- Seventh, Senior Youth Ideal Pinto, Western
- Eighth, Novice Youth Western Pleasure
- Fourth, Novice Youth Hunter Under Saddle
- Ninth, Novice Youth Hunt Seat Equitation
- Seventh, Novice Amateur Hunt Seat Equitation
- 10th, Novice Amateur Hunter Under Saddle
- Ninth, Novice Amateur
- 10th, Novice Amateur Hunt Seat Equitation
- 10th, Junior Amateur Discipline Rail, Western
Triesch, Shannon Yeaton and Katie Bigge; standing: Jennie Petterson, Sierra
Schmidt, Shae Dabbs and Emily Barrett.