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November 1, 2019


2 Pre-Owned FCP Custom Barns & Workshop For Sale


Excellent Condition. Blueprints Available.


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SCRCHA, from page 30: It’s a winner of a day for Gypsy Rose.


Doug’s High Brow Shiner to 19 points in two shows, earning $425.


The hackamore classes were


well contested throughout the year, and when the dust setled Jason Grimshaw and Heather Vatcher’s Angel In Blue Jeans sat atop the Open Hackamore standings, earning 18 points in two shows and earning $480. In the Limited Open Hackamore, McCormick dominated, winning the 2019 SCRCHA title on Devon Camilleri’s Just Call Me Earl with 42 points in eight shows, picking up $1,490. McCormick also took the reserve with 15 points on her own Sioux Per Boom, earning an additional $470. In the 1,000 Non Pro LImited, Lisa Vidov showed her Catness in nine SCRCHA shows this year, and her work paid off with 78 points and the SCRCHA Championship. The Select Non Pro LImited Champion was Susan Carter, scoring 90 points in six shows aboard her Von Halo Nic, earning $407. Ranch Riding proved a very


popular class in 2019, and sit- ting atop both the Senior and Amateur standings was Birdie Avery, who took her NicInTheMix (aka “Talley”) to 39 and 66 points, respectively, to win two buck- les. The Youth Ranch Riding Champion was Mary Cachat, who rode Custom Cody Whiz to seven points, earning $54. More online: http://bit.ly/1911SCRCHA


Large Barn • 74’ X 214’ • 52 Stalls, 8 tack/feed rooms, 6 cross-ties, bathroom and laundry


Smaller Barn • 66’ x 97’ • 28 Stalls, 4 tack rooms


Priced Below Half of New


Buyer to Relocate


Price and Availability are Negotiable


Custom FCP Garage/Shop • 40’x40’ 2 Front Roll-Up Doors • 1 Rear Roll-Up Door • 1 Bathroom


For More Information: Chad@SeabreezeFarms.com


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