Local wins Reserve Champ

Cadence Beck of Shawville was Reserve Champ at the Bronze Hunter Jumper Show in Stittsville, Ont. on May 5, riding her pony Mia-No-It-All.
After a blustery Friday night, with the possibility of a cancellation of the spring opener competition at Westar Farm in Stittsville, Ont., Saturday morning dawned clear and calm for the Inspired Rider Team from Aylmer, Luskville, Shawville and Chelsea. The team is coached by former National Coach Lorraine Laframboise with riders from Pontiac, Gatineau and Chelsea.
Reserve Champ was Cadence Beck (14, Shawville) aboard her black large pony Mia-No-It-All who is stabled at Calliope’s Pasture in Luskville. Beck bought Mia when she was only 4 and ‘green-broke’.
Beck has been carefully bringing her along and was over the moon to have won the first class of the day.

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