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Drew Rogers and Shez Eye Candy win APHA All-Around

From the Newstrader - August 5th, 2010 - General News

DREW ROGERS and SHEZ EYE CANDY… APHA Youth 13-U All-Around Champions

FORT WORTH, Texas – Drew Rogers of Bakersield and her 6-year-old Paint Horse mare, Shez Eye Candy, returned home to California with the state’s lone All-Around High Point after the 2010 Summer World Championship Paint Horse Show, held June 23 – July 3 at Will Rogers Memorial Center. An annual event, the Summer World Show is home to all Youth world-level competition and all Open and Amateur world-level cattle and reining classes for the Fort Worth-based Association.

The show drew 2,035 entries with 579 horses over the course of 11 days and awarded $300,000 in cash and prizes. In addition to the 118 horse show classes, the Association also hosted the biennial Youth World Games; the Youth Team Tournament; a youth horse judging contest sponsored by Hart Trailers; Paint For A Day, an open all-breed youth horse show; jackpotted open all-breed classes; a Chris Cox clinic and a gift show.

The focus of the Summer World Show is mainly on the Youth competitors. This year’s show featured 337 Youth horses and 1,312 Youth entries in a full slate of 75 classes, including the Youth Versatility Challenge and Parents’ Western Pleasure. An additional 35 international Youth participated in the Youth World Games.

Winning a Reserve High Point in the Walk-Trot division was another Californian, Morgan Deuschle of Bishop riding One Hot Machine.

Texas was the highest-represented state in terms of you entries with 226. California was next-highest with 48 horses, followed by Colorado with 34. A total of 39 states and 4 international countries were represented.

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