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Susan Wilson wins Amateur All-Around

From the Newstrader - September 16th, 2010 - Show & Event News

Susan Wilson and Knowtorious

AMARILLO, Texas — The 2010 Adequan Select World Championship Show featured 1,142 entries competing for 41 world championships in a variety of classes — a big field by any standard. Coming home to California with the top amateur title was Susan Wilson of Ramona, who showed her Quarter Horse, Knowtorious, to the Farnam Select All-Around Amateur Championship after the pair had earned 73 points in six classes. Included in her performance at the show, held Aug. 29-Sept. 4 at the Amarillo National Center, was a world championship in hunt seat equitation and a pair of reserve world championships in showmanship and western riding, respectively. She also finished eighth in trail and was a finalist in performance horse halter geldings.

With the title, Wilson received $10,000, a bronze by Lisa Perry, $1,000 in Farnam products, a WeatherBeeta embroidered horse blanket, and a rose bouquet.

Two other Californians finished in the Top Five of the event’s All-Around Amateur list. Shelley Shepherd of Riverside and her Quarter Horse, Dees Old Gold, finished fourth with 39 points in four classes, and Christina Hocutt-Senteney of Burbank and her Quarter Horse, Bellieve Hes Blazing, accumulated 27 points at the show in four classes.

Rounding out the top five was Reserve Farnam All-Around Amateur Dr. Scott Myers of Ohio with his horse, Stroke For Stroke (40 points in seven classes), and third-place finisher Lori Bucholz of Nebraska and her horse, Larks Happy Days, finishing with 39 points in seven classes.

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