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    Ranch on the rise

    - September 2nd, 2021 - Show & Event News

    WCRH continues its successful Summer Classic Buckle Series at Tucalota Creek Ranch

    Special to the Horsetrader

    Sabrina Smith and her horse General showed in the Green Horse division with a strong third place finish in a large Ranch Trail class on a challenging course. (Asia Joy Hunter photo)

    Whitney Liu on Shiny Lil Whiz competing in Green Rider Rail Trail. This team placed first in the Ranch Conformation in their division. (Asia Joy Hunter photo)

    TEMECULA — Beautiful Tucalota Creek Ranch came to life Aug. 21 for the second of three shows in the West Coast Ranch Horse Classic Buckle Series. The series is just part of the WCRH line-up of popular 2021 events, which will culminate Nov. 5-7 with the big Ranch Horse Rendezvous at Tucalota Creek.

    The three shows in the summer Ranch Horse Classic Buckle Series, featuring classes in Ranch Riding, Ranch Rail, Ranch Trail and Ranch Conformation, will wrap up at the series finale Sept. 25 at Green Acres Ranch in Temecula where winners of eight series belt buckles will be determined. All shows count for points in the series, and competitors must show in at least two shows in order to be eligible for high-point and division awards.

    Courtney Walters rode her horse Spirit to win both the Youth and Green Horse Ranch Riding classes. (Asia Joy Hunter photo)

    November’s WCRH Rendezvous 2021 promises to be an exciting two-day event. In addition to the popular horse show with divisions for all levels and a futurity for 4-under and 5/6 year-old horses, there will be ranch horse clinics with Sami Hernandez and Cowley Performance Horses, as well as a silent auction, wine and cheese reception, vendors, and a banquet dinner with live cowboy music from Eric Gorsuch.

    Adding to the excitement Saturday, Nov. 6, will be the Ranch Horse Select Sale produced by XIT Western Productions, who says 35 high quality ranch horses will be ready to be your next partner. Sale preview will take place during the wine and cheese reception at 5 p.m. Friday, Nov. 5, and the sale is scheduled for Saturday at 6 p.m.

    Consignor check-in and vet checks will take place on Thursday, Nov. 4, beginning at 8 a.m.. Horses can then begin moving into their stalls and can be ridden during the open riding that evening from 4-7 p.m.

    More online: http://bit.ly/09awcrh

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