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—Lancaster Farming, Saturday. May 9.1970
Lanchester Show Results Announced
Special Pony Club classes serve Pony Feathers, Polly ca; 4. Eric Hunger. 1. Charley Brown, Mary Beth Lit- Higginbotham; 3.-Ralph Hill; 4.
drew riders from Pennsylvania, Wallace. Horsemanship over fences, 14- tie; 2, Crosspatch, Deo Hobbs; 3. Nanoy. Henkel.’
Maryland, Delaware, and New Large Pony Hunter Champion 21 —l. Nancy Henkel; 2. Ralph Miss Belinda, John Martin; 4.- Horsemanship-on Rat, 13 and
Jersey to the fourth annual Lan- Charley Brown, Mary Beth Hill; 3, Sally Lane; 4. Patti.Yar- Ho Hum, Milbury Ross. under L Kathy Hume; g.lilil-
Chester Pony Club Horse Show Little: Reserve —Ho Ham, Mil- nail. . . „ . ... - bury Ross; 3. Susan Hume;. 4.
on Saturday, May 2, at Pony Club bury Ross. "D” over fences —l. Kathy -Junmr outside courte John Martin. -. _
Headquarters overlooking the Junior Hunter Champion Hume; 2. Susan Hume; 3. John « Lead line—vl. Holly Atkinson;
Susquehanna River at Druraore. How About It, Ralph Hill; Re- Martin; 4, Karen Caton. mo 1? , n ww"?# nil 2. Abbie Humet-S.rChip'HajSler;
Kathy Hume. West Chester, serve Touch and Go. Ralph . We M ?“ry; 4.4. Dan Shocnukon, ■' .
was the winner of the Pony Club Hill. c ‘l over fences ~ l - Sajw* north's Sir -Echo. Nancy ,Lun-. Maiden-.ponies ,—'-1.- Ritter-
Grand Championship and the “D" Pony Club Champion Henkel; 2. Bonnie JeanCoperS. pert. sweet, Joanna DuPont;3. Peppy,
firtt winner of -the trophy pre- Kathy Hume; Reserve Susan Sally.Lanc; 4. Candy Groff. Junior Hunter back 4. Din- Kathy .Hume; 3; J?dny- Feather*,,
sented by William H. Murry. Hume “C-2, B, A” over fences I. ky. Peter Garratt; 2. Holderfteas. Wly-'Wallace; 4, Mr,' Co Go
Newark. Del in memory of his “C-l-Pony Club Champion - Debbie Maury; 2 . Ralph Hill; 3- Mary Wade Warner; 3. Chantilly
mother. Mrs. Edith Scott Murray. Nancy Henkel; Reserve - Hazel Wendel j Lane . 4 Patt i Yarna ii. L ace.- Judy .Higginbotham; *4: - fg*
Winner of the Duke Challenge Lowe. Quillo Q. Hazel Lowe. C°lb; 2. Purrevan Forget Me-Nbt
Trophy for the highest number “C-2, B, A" Pony Club Champ- Special, 13 and under —l. " Hetty Atkinson; 3; Sugar, Carol
of points in the show went to ion Ralph Hill; Reserve David Boley; 2. Eric Hunger; 3. Large Pony Hack 1. Ho Stenson; 4. Sugar Foot, Kim
How About It, owned and ridden Wendell Lane. John Martin; 4. Bonnie Jean Hum, Milbury Ross; 2. Maritime. Bradley. |
by Ralph Hill of Hillview Farms, . Cope. Nancy Henkel; 3. Crosspatch, -C-2, B, A” horsemanship on
Lincoln University. summaries Deo H obbs; 4 street Lite> Les . flflt _ L Ralph HiU; 2 . Wendell
Judges: Bn*. Gen. F. F. Wing, _ W S tfn RobiS Wen lle Simpers - Lane; 3. Wendy Pinckney; 4.
Jr.. Col D. W Thackerav, Miss Glendora’ dell Lane; 4. Ralph Hill’ ' Small Pony Hack - 1. Troug- Judy Higgmbootham.
Susan Powers, and William H. /’ R a « an , uffin ’ „ , „ hill Twinkle. Margretta Fred- “C-l" horsemanship on Rat
Murray. \Sh ° ’ Sm . all Ponies - outslde course- ncks . 2 . Glendora, Susan Hume; 1. Hazel Lowe; 2. Nancy Henkel;
tSffSS, GrMd Cb ‘ mpion Junior Hunter over fence, - Pony 3. others, Polly Wallace; 3 Wendy Maury; Uffl,
Duke Chellenge Champion - *’ * ? ' PPy ’ ne”!
<inlph Hill; Reserve - Polly and Go Rafnh Hil" i Diivonn's Chips. Karen Caton. Horsemanship on Sat, 14-21 - Mnll Dillm, Lyle 0»n; 3. Q«JIIo
Wallace. s Ecbo Limnert Large Ponies, outside course— 1. Mary Wade Warner; 2 Judy Q - Hazel Lowe, 4. Dilworth s
Horsemanship, 13 and under. Large Ponies over fences —l. Sir Echo, Nancy lampert.
Champion Susan Hume; Re- street Lite. Leslie Simpers; 2 ____ _ _ __ __ “D ’ horsemanship on flat 1.
serve Kathy Hume. Serenade. Pixie Waters; 3. Ho | 3ft Dam|a#a XII f’A S||% Kathy Hume; 2 Susan Hume, 3.
Horsemanship, 14 through 21, Hum, Milbury Ross; 4. Cyrano, wViICOI Vail HuplflCC lU Jw /® John Martin; 4. Debbie Queitz-
Champion—Mary Wade Warner; Maureen Little sc^-
Reserve Nancy Henkel. Horsemanship over fences, 13 ftf (aim an I Ilf OCf’AClf PatiAllC hor ® e ™ ~
Small Pony Hunter Champion and under —l. Susan Hume; 2 VI VWI H 111 LIVcsIUIIV IwallUllS Milbury Ross; 2 Joanna DuPont;
Glendora, Susan Hume; Re- Deo Hobbs; 3 Bonnie Jean Cop- 3. Candy Groff; 4. Hazel Lowe.
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