September 15, 2016 - San Juan Capistrano, CA - Blenheim EquiSports is pleased to announce and congratulate the horses and riders who will be collecting a cash prize from the CPHA Pre-Green Incentive Program.
With double the amount of horses nominated in season two, the CPHA Pre-Green Incentive Program and Championships has experienced tremendous growth in 2016. After the second season of this hunter program, three horses and three riders will earn prize money before the Championships commence.
On Friday, September 16th, as we gather for the 2016 CPHA Pre-Green West Coast Championships, CPHA will present the top three horses and riders with a split of $5,725 in Bonus Money (50% of all Nomination Fees collected in 2016) as follows:
• 1st - Bandit: $1,145.00 - Owned by Olivia Welsh; ridden by John French & Nick Haness
• 2nd - Kasall: $572.50 - Owned by Lucky Jack Farm, LLC; ridden by Mickie Sage
• 3rd - Top Shelf: $286.25 - Owned by Milissa Summer; ridden by John Bragg & Katie Gardner
• 1st - John French - $1,717.50
• 2nd - Mickie Sage - $1,431.25
• 3rd - John Bragg - $572.50
Friday, September 16th, 4:00pm - Pacific Field
After these six awards, Blenheim EquiSports is pleased to present the 2016 CPHA West Coast Pre-Green Championships with $30,725 in total prize money.
Celebrate the Championships at the Wine and Cheese Reception
, presented by John Bragg and Bridgeport.
Good luck to all and congratulations to CPHA on a tremendous second year.
CALIFORNIA PROFESSIONAL HORSEMEN'S ASSOCIATION
Since 1964, the California Professional Horsemen's Association has represented professional horsemen in California. The CPHA provides a forum, voice, and many valuable programs and benefits for professionals working in California's large equestrian industry. Through its many programs and benefits, the CPHA effectively reaches all professional members of California's show horse community.
The CPHA is committed to providing educational, developmental and benefiting programs in support of its professional members. It strives to foster amateur equestrian sports and further works to continually improve horse show participation and the well being of the show horse. More at cpha.org