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“The 2020 show year has been tough on our equestrians, they’ve been crushed by the political and COVID climate,” said Bill Cameron, HiDHA board member and, like Kurtz, a ranch horse exhibitor and an EXCA Hall of Fame inductee. “HiDHA has been a great outlet for them. It’s wonderful to hear how glad they are that we are able to put on shows. The ranch horse class- es have been huge, and I predict next year they will be even big- ger. We hope to introduce a few more classes for the 2021 show year, and we plan to put on a minimum of six shows next year, starting in March.” Board member Candace Carrillo, a HiDHA member since 2002 who rides English, has “high-risk” health factors that were accommodated. “I love the fact that despite my


physical limitations I’m still able to show and compete at a regular horse show,” she said. “I’m very excited with how our club did this year. It has been challenging working around the restrictions


Reaching new competitors, like Stephanie Najar here with Heartless Maiden in a halter class, keeps clubs moving forward.


Angel Martin vies in the Trail In-Hand class with Monet’s Master Piece.


Family time: David Rakisits and his granddaughter.


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Trail • Show • Cow Work • Endurance Therapy • Gymkhana • Companion Packing • Sanctuaries and More!


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