WWU Brings Home Awards from Discovery Show

William Woods University students returned from the Discovery Horse Show in Columbia, Mo., Sept. 16-17 with multiple awards.


Twelve WWU horses made the trip to the Boone County Fairgrounds to represent the school.


MJK Seize Command did double duty, carrying Kaitlyn Alemian of East Weymouth, Mass., to win the Morgan Open English Pleasure and Morgan English Pleasure Amateur Riders class, as well as winning for Harlan Crist of Roswell, Ga., in Morgan Pleasure Driving.


David Trail of Rock, W.Va., showed Oedse K to win the MHSA Open English Pleasure class.


Sarah Whittington of East Aurora, N.Y., teamed with The Devil’s Advocate to win the Half-Arab English Pleasure class.


Leslie Mohme of Bastrop, Texas, put Sandbox Captain through his paces to take the blue in Arabian English Pleasure, and then handed the reins over to Elaine Visser of Aurora. Ill., to take second in Pleasure Equitation 18 and Over.


Nicole Wallace of Grand Blanc, Miss., rode Champagne’s Dance With Me to a second place ribbon in Adult ASB Show Pleasure.


Equestrian Studies division chair, Laura Ward, guided Promise to Command to take second in both the MHSA English Pleasure and Morgan English Pleasure Open.


Molly Magoon of Hooksett, N.H., rode All Checked Out to a second place finish in the 5-Gaited Show Pleasure class, as well as a third place finish in 5-Gaited
Horsemanship.


Danielle Ziemba of Palm Harbor, Fla., showed THB Heaven’s Masterpiece to a second place ribbon in the Morgan English Pleasure Amateur class, and took third in the Morgan English Pleasure Open class as well.


Ashley Hogan of Richland, Wash., rode Mondial to a second place finish in 5-Gaitd Horsemanship and a fourth place ribbon in 5-Gaited Show Pleasure.


Brittany Logan of Braintree, Mass., put Eastwood Sultan through his paces to take third in ASB Show Pleasure 17 and Under.


Jessica Schaaff of Salem, Va., took the reins and guided Our Spittin’ Image to a third in Adult ASB Show Pleasure.


Jillian Hoseith of Newburyport, Mass., showed Reedan’s Raconteur to a fourth place ribbon in the 5-Gaited Horsemanship class. The pair also took fifth in 5-Gaited Show Pleasure.