The World Champion Hunter Rider Program is the premier awards program for hunters and hunter riders both nationally and regionally. Results are tabulated from results in a riders best four WCHR shows – important because horses and riders do not need to “over show” to be victorious.
Once again, Oz is proud to announce fantastic results for the 2010 season. The Regional Awards are final awards and will remain as posted. Unfortunately, the National Awards will be adjusted after the Capitol Challenge Horse Show which is the final event for the year. Anyone not attending the Capitol Challenge Horse Show in Upper Marlboro, Maryland will not hold their position in the National Standings. Since none of our riders will be making the trip east this fall, we wanted to recognize their positions in the national standings leading into the final show.
Professional Hunter Rider – Champion NW Region and 10th Nationally
Trainer Award for Champion Professional Hunter Rider NW Region
Trainer Award for Champion Junior Hunter Rider NW Region
Handy Hunter Award – 3rd NW Region
Junior Hunter Rider – Champion NW Region and 13th National
Junior Hunter Rider Owner Award– Champion NW Region and 8th Nationally
Handy Hunter Award – Champion NW Region
Adult Amateur Hunter Rider – Reserve Champion NW Region and 7th Nationally
Professional Hunter Rider Owner Award – Champion NW Region and 7th Nationally
Adult Amateur Hunter Rider Owner Award – Reserve Champion Nationally and 3rd in the NW Region
Adult Amateur Hunter Rider – 3rd Place NW Region and 11th Nationally
Adult Amateur Hunter Rider Owner Award – Champion NW Region and Champion Nationally
Junior Hunter Rider – 3rd place NW Region
Professional Hunter Rider Owner Award -4th NW Region
Junior Hunter Owner Award – 7th NW Region
Junior Hunter Rider – 7th place NW Region
Handy Hunter Award – 5th NW Region
The following are National Horse Awards standings. We are very proud and pleased that Costar is leading the nation in the Alabama Clay standings for the best conformation horse in the country. Costar was recently sold and will have an opportunity to compete at the Capital Challenge – good luck “Henry”!
Alabama Clay Award – First Place
Jeffrey Katz Memorial Award – 6th
Rox Dene Award – 9th
Alabama Clay Award – 13th