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Desert heats up with talent at AZRHA show

From Horsetrader staff reports - January 1st, 2018 - Show & Event News
Nicolas Barthelemy of Simi Valley took Mary Cachat's Hollywood Boom Town to both the L1 Open Aged and L3 Intermediate Open championships at the AZRHA Best of the West event.

Nicolas Barthelemy of Simi Valley took Mary Cachat’s Hollywood Boom Town to both the L1 Open Aged and L3 Intermediate Open championships at the AZRHA Best of the West event.

John O’Hara photo

SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. — The Arizona Reining Horse Association wrapped up a solid 2017 with its Best of the West Reining Classic, Futurity, Derby and Southwest Affiliate Regional Championships. The fall event held Oct. 9-15 at Westworld facility featured a line-up with an Open and Non-Pro Futurity, an Open, Non-Pro, and Youth Derby, two full slates of NRHA classes and a full offering of ancillary classes.

Californians made their presence felt. At the ehad of the class was trainer Nicolas Barthelemy of Simi Valley, who took Mary Cachat’s Hollywood Boom Town to both the Level 1 Open Aged and Level 3 Intermediate Open championships.

Scottsdale-based Craig Schmersal enjoyed a dominant effort by one of his entries, Dunnit With Additude, who claimed the Level 4 Open Championship for owner Bruce Koefoot.
Dominating the Non Pro division at the 2017 AZRHA Best of The West was Terri Granger, who took her Gunnin For The Gold to the top.

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