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to lend a hand and help their competitors,” she added. “I con- sider this group family and look forward to our shows more than anyone could ever know.” HiDHA Secretary Hayley


Palmer started showing western in 2004, and seven years ago became hooked – like so many others – on ranch horse classes. From the AQHA level down to open breed shows, you see a huge demand for ranch horse classes, and HiDHA is no excep- tion, she says. “Here at HiDHA, we have seen


a huge jump in participation in the ranch horse classes, and that has allowed us to add more divisions and classes like ranch reining and ranch halter to our premium,” said Palmer, who joined the HiDHA board in 2019.


“Our open walk/jog ranch rail class has had 20-plus compet- itors! This year were approved to be sanctioned by West Coast Ranch Horse, and I believe that has drawn in more ranch horse exhibitors, too.” This year also marked the


addition of the newest division, the Ranch Horse 12-under walk- trot, giving youth a chance to show in ranch horse classes.


“The kids really seem to enjoy


the paterns and the ranch atire,” said Palmer. “Our hope is to keep our youth involved in horses and enjoying the show ring.” Heather Mathews first rode in a HiDHA show ring as an 8-year old in 1992. Today, she is HiDHAs Treasurer. “Even though this year has been tough on everyone, I love that exhibitors are still coming out to enjoy time with their horses,” said Mathews. “Regardless of the restrictions the state has put on everyone, they can’t restrict one-on-one time with their horses and the beautiful outdoors. We have seen an uptake in the amount of exhibitors at our shows this year. I believe that is because people have had more time to ride and practice at home, and they are itching to get out and show off their horses.” One of those eager competi-


tors is Katrina Jackson of Apple Valley who went home aſter the Oct 18 double-point show as the Western Walk Trot – Open Division High Point winner. She and her 12-year-old solid-bred Paint mare, Bailey, train with Marjorie Coulter of Coulter Performance Horses in Apple Valley. “It’s a wonderful place to show,” she said of HiDHA. “We had lim- ited opportunities to show this year, and it was nice to be able to show.” More online: https://bit.ly/011HIDHA


Katrina Jackson and her “Bailey”.


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