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Posted by: thepinetree on 09/02/2013 01:37 AM Updated by: thepinetree on 09/02/2013 01:39 AM
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Three Calaveras County Girls Sweep CSHA Region 4 Royalty

Stockton, CA...On Sunday August 25, 2013 three Calaveras County Girls brought home top Honors in the California State Horsemen’s Association Region 4 Royalty Contests. Morgan Middleton of Hathaway Pines won the Little Miss CSHA competition for Region 4. Sarah Parker of Burson won the Junior Miss CSHA competition for Region 4, and McKensey Middleton of Hathaway Pines won the Miss CSHA competition for Region 4...

Region 4 is one of 18 regions in the state that makes up the California State Horsemen Association. Region 4’s area includes Alpine, Amador, Calaveras, Mariposa, Merced, Mono, San Joaquin, Stanislaus, & Tuolumne Counties. The winners of the CSHA Regional events qualified for the State Level Competition and will gather from October 07th to October 13th in Gilroy.

Regions 4’s competition began in July 14th and came to a conclusion on Sunday August 25th at the Stockton Gun & Bocce Club located in Waterloo. The Royalty Competition is divided into three categories, Little Miss CSHA (10 years and younger). Junior Miss CSHA (11 – 14 years), Miss CSHA (15 – 18 years of age).

The girls competition included a riding pattern with their Horses, a 200 question written test about Horses, Equitation, and CSHA, an interview in front of a panel of Judges, and finally a speech that’s topic was the Horses of the Silver Screen.

Morgan rode a western pattern on her horse and her speech touched on Tonto’s Horse “Scout”. Sarah chose a gymkhana pattern for her horse and delivered a speech comparing her horse to those on the Silver Screen. McKensey chose to ride an English pattern with her horse and compared movie horses Trigger, Silver, Fritz, Champion, & Flicka.

In 2004 McKensey won the Region 4 Little Miss Competition and her sister Meagon Middleton received the Miss CSHA Region 4 crown. Meagon then went on to place second in the state CSHA competition that year held in Watsonville.

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