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Drew Rogers and Shez Eye Candy

Drew Rogers and Shez Eye Candy

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FORT WORTH, Texas — When the dust settled in the Will Rogers Memorial Center after the 2014 AjPHA World Championship Show June 27-July 5, it was clear the APHA’s future is bright in California.

Sixteen-year-old Drew Rogers of Bakersfield and 15-year-old Aubree Scobie of Paso Robles each returned home with respective 2014 AjPHA World Championship All Around titles. Rogers, who trains with Ryan Painter of Pilot Point, Texas, took the 10-year-old sorrel overo mare, Shez Eye Candy, to the All Around Youth 14-18 championship. Scobie, trained by her mother Rachel Scobie along with Bobbie Emmons of Plymouth, took Gameplan, a 14-year-old tobiano gelding, to the All Around Novice Youth crown.

This year’s AjPHA Youth World Championship Show, which was took place in conjunction with the NSBA Color of Money Show June 23–26, and in addition to the all-arounds, 80 AjPHA world champions were crowned over the course of nine days. All told, the Youth World Show featured a total of 97 classes and paid out more than $138,000 in cash and prizes.

Preliminary numbers indicate an increase in entries over the 2013 Youth World Show. All told, the show had 330 horses entered, a 15 percent increase over 2013. Entries also grew, with with a total of 1,560 paid entries, a 10 percent increase over 2013.

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