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FORT WORTH,Texas — Jennie Shrout of Clements was a California connection among the High Point Champions named at the 2014 World Championship Appaloosa Horse Show held at the Will Rogers Memorial Center Oct. 24-Nov. 1.

Shrout received the Reserve World Champion Non-Pro Halter Exhibitor honors at the nine-day show, which awarded World Championships in 170 classes including cattle, western, English, jumping, games, freestyle reining and halter. Some of the equine industry’s most exciting competitions are uniquely Appaloosa events such as the Rope Race and the horse against horse Nez Perce Stake Races –always among the crowd favorites.

In addition to the variety of classes, some of the most coveted honors in the Appaloosa industry were awarded at the 2014 World Championship Appaloosa Show, including World’s Best Appaloosa, Champion Cattles Horse, Western Horse, English Horse, Games Horse, World Show Leading Breeder and numerous high-point awards. (Awards listings are at the end of this press release).

The ApHC proudly hosted the annual Toys for Tots Benefit in conjunction with Freestyle Reining. The ApHC raised nearly $2,000 and collected five bins of new toys for the children of Fort Worth, Texas.

This year, the World’s Best Appaloosa was Icons Tequila Mama, owned by Daniel and Dorine Bennet of South Dakota. The Leading Breeder Award went to Nancy Magnussen of Texas, and Sandy Jirkovky of Nebraska was the Open Overall High Point Champion.

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