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Quiet Winter Farm's Final Arrangement earned top honors in the yearling colt class at Upperville, among others, and was the 1996 AHSA HOTY for the Yearling Division.

Quiet Winter Farm's Final Arrangement earned top honors in the yearling colt class at Upperville, among others, and was the 1996 AHSA HOTY for the Yearling Division.

Erin Stewart, in her first season in the junior hunters, swept the division with HITS Ocala Circuit Championships on Absolutely True (shown) and Who's on First in 1997

Erin Stewart, in her first season in the junior hunters, swept the division with HITS Ocala Circuit Championships on Absolutely True (shown) and Who's on First in 1997

Sara Wytrzes waits for the Junior Hunters to jog. She was champion of the division on her catch ride, Maggie May, at the Sea Coast Classic in 1997

Sara Wytrzes waits for the Junior Hunters to jog. She was champion of the division on her catch ride, Maggie May, at the Sea Coast Classic in 1997

Camille & Heather Caristo topped the Junior Jumper Division for the second year in a row at the HITS Ocala Winter Circuit in 1996.

Camille & Heather Caristo topped the Junior Jumper Division for the second year in a row at the HITS Ocala Winter Circuit in

Many of today’s top U.S. show jumping riders got their start in the junior hunter and jumper divisions. Nicole Shahinian (now Simpson) won the small junior hunter championship, the AHSA Medal, sec. A, the large junior hunter reserve championship, and was named Best Child Rider at the Devon Horse Show in 1990. She’s shown here on Bold Headlines. Photo by Pennington Galleries.

Many of today’s top U.S. show jumping riders got their start in the junior hunter and jumper divisions. Nicole Shahinian (now Simpson) won the small junior hunter championship, the AHSA Medal, sec. A, the large junior hunter reserve championship, and was named Best Child Rider at the Devon Horse Show in 1990. She’s shown here on Bold Headlines. Photo by Pennington Galleries.

Looking Back on the Hunter Division - George Morris critiquing top riders of the past.  Rodney Jenkins was a "wunderkind" from the very beginning. Here he is in the relatively easly stages of his professional career (1965). Rodney's leg position improved dramatically over the years. But what you can applaud is his incredibly soft arm and hand. There is no question that Rodney never let a horse "take over" with him; he bitted horses right......read more | www.thewarmbloodhorse.com

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Beezie Madden wasn't always the ultimate professional horseman. In 1983, she showed Storytime to the amateur-owner jumper division championship at the Motor City Horse Show

Beezie Madden wasn't always the ultimate professional horseman. In she showed Storytime to the amateur-owner jumper division championship at the Motor City Horse Show

Susie Hutchison was Reserve Champion in the Junior Hunter division at the Madison Square Garden National Horse Show. But this photo is from California.

Susie Hutchison was Reserve Champion in the Junior Hunter division at the Madison Square Garden National Horse Show. Shown here in California.

1998 - National Championship "Code of Honor" Owner/Rider, Jennie Carleton, Small Junior Championship.  The first horse ever to win the Nation in 2 divisions  in the same year. Tim Herrick, rider in photo.

1998 - National Championship "Code of Honor" Owner/Rider, Jennie Carleton, Small Junior Championship. The first horse ever to win the Nation in 2 divisions in the same year. Tim Herrick, rider in photo.

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