Maryland riders and owners racked up several national Western titles in 2020. Below are a few of these winners. Don’t forget to send your photos to firstname.lastname@example.org year-round for Out & About!
Rebecca Peregoy & SNEAK AWAY WITH ME were Circuit Champions for DAHA Open All-Breed in Walk-Trot HUS. They were also Reserve HiPoint English Horse and fifth in Versatile Horse for the Year for Delaware Appaloosa Horses Association.
Darrell Ireland’s Luckly Employed won several titles at the 2020 American Quarter Horse Association World Championship Show including the AQHA Reserve World Championship Amateur Yearling Gelding and AQHA Reserve World Champion Yearling Gelding titles. He also earned a AQHA Select World Champion Bronze trophy. Luckly Employed is shown by both Ireland and Anthony Bladen.
Natalie Garner’s Guaranteed Good Asset was the WDAA National Reserve Champion Basic 2 horse. They also earned sixth place in Basic Horsemanship at the WDAA World Show.
Darrell Ireland of Sunderland showed the American Quarter Horse filly Maybelleen to win the American Quarter Horse Association Select World Championship Weanling Filly title. Maybeleen is owned by Anthony Bladen, also of Sunderland. The filly also won the AQHA Amateur Reserve World Championship and the AQHA Reserve World Champion Filly title. (photo by Shane Rux Photography)
Austin T. Morris of Summerwind Farm (Damascus) rode John Wayne Tag to earn top National Reining Horse Association Top Ten Standings: Intermediate Open, Limited Open and Rookie Professional. Morris also was ranked second in the Rookie Professional standings riding Michael J. Riley’s Smart Sara Roos. (photo by Wattinburry)
Anthony Bladen’s Prettiest Of All earned the 2020 National Snaffle Bit Association World Champion Hunter Under Saddle Longe Line title. She was shown by Gavin Pope.