WWU Takes Home Honors from Calvary Show

William Woods University horses and riders took home ribbons from the Calvary Episcopal Charity Horse Show that took place Oct. 12-15 at the Midway Exposition Center in Columbia, Mo.

Jenny Heitmann of Illinois City, Ill., showed The Devil’s Advocate to a first place ribbon in National Show Horse Open English Pleasure, and then handed the reins over to Jenn Holdren of Louisville, Ky., who guided the horse to win the National Show Horse Open English Pleasure Stake.

Cydney Cutchall of Bellevue, Neb., showed Cybertown to win the ASB Amateur Park class.

Elizabeth Sorensen of Lincoln, Neb., showed MJK Seize Command to take second in both the Morgan Open Pleasure Driving and Morgan Pleasure Driving Stake.

Laura Ward, WWU assistant professor of equestrian science, guided Promise to Command to take fourth in Morgan Open English Pleasure.