Photo courtesy of SD Photography.
Jacksonville, FL (June 1, 2018) – The Florida Quarter Horse Association hosted a three-day showing extravaganza at the Jacksonville Equestrian Center May 26-28, 2018. High point awards were given out and over 200 classes offered something for everyone to enjoy.
Showcasing the versatility of the American Quarter Horse, the show offered a full slate of classes including trail, reining, and conformation. On Friday the show organizers had a clinic for working hunter and equitation over fences and a trainers’ hospitality pizza party held at the Arena Café. Over the course of the weekend ten high point awards were awarded to horse and rider combinations. Niftys Rock Star, ridden by Lauren Neily, won the Open VRH, Hot Chippin Charley, ridden by Brenda Baker, took home the Open Performance high point, and Sinceerly took home Halter Mare, while there was a tie for Halter Gelding between PF The Only One and Homerun Stats.
Coming up next for the Jacksonville Equestrian Center is the First Coast Classical Dressage show on June 23-24, followed by an all breed horse show on July 14th.
For more information about the Jacksonville Equestrian Center, visit www.jaxequestriancenter.com.
Jacksonville Equestrian Center
13611 Normandy Blvd.
Jacksonville, FL 32221