MSF Society Horse show continues


Valerie Boelsen, of Sedalia, canters her horse, Brush Creek’s Eastwood, around the ring at the Mathewson Exhibition Center during the Missouri State Fair Society Horse show Friday morning. Her Husband, Buck Boelsen, said this was the first time for the American Saddlebred horse, with a six-foot-long tail, to participate in the show. Boelsen’s horse BCS Bullets in the Gun received first place Thursday night in the Fine Harness Stallion and Gelding Class. The show continues through today.


Both Boelsen, who is a pharmacist at Bothwell Regional Health Center, and her horse seem be smiling after winning second place in the Park Pleasure Amateur Class Friday during the MSF Society Horse Show. Buck Bouse said the trainer for their horse is John Cragen, of New London, who owns Brush Creek Stables.


Myra Roberts Finks, of Clinton, trots her horse around the corral outside the Mathewson Center Friday before competing in the Country Pleasure Championship Class during the MSF Society Horse Show. The horse’s trainer, Victor Gonzalez, of Shawnee, Kansas, said the horse placed second in the qualifier and went on to receive a silver plate, placing first in the championship.


Valerie Boelsen, of Sedalia, canters her horse, Brush Creek’s Eastwood, around the ring at the Mathewson Exhibition Center during the Missouri State Fair Society Horse show Friday morning. Her Husband, Buck Boelsen, said this was the first time for the American Saddlebred horse, with a six-foot-long tail, to participate in the show. Boelsen’s horse BCS Bullets in the Gun received first place Thursday night in the Fine Harness Stallion and Gelding Class. The show continues through today.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/08/web1_TSD080815HorseShow-1.jpgValerie Boelsen, of Sedalia, canters her horse, Brush Creek’s Eastwood, around the ring at the Mathewson Exhibition Center during the Missouri State Fair Society Horse show Friday morning. Her Husband, Buck Boelsen, said this was the first time for the American Saddlebred horse, with a six-foot-long tail, to participate in the show. Boelsen’s horse BCS Bullets in the Gun received first place Thursday night in the Fine Harness Stallion and Gelding Class. The show continues through today.

Both Boelsen, who is a pharmacist at Bothwell Regional Health Center, and her horse seem be smiling after winning second place in the Park Pleasure Amateur Class Friday during the MSF Society Horse Show. Buck Bouse said the trainer for their horse is John Cragen, of New London, who owns Brush Creek Stables.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/08/web1_TSD080815HorseShow-2.jpgBoth Boelsen, who is a pharmacist at Bothwell Regional Health Center, and her horse seem be smiling after winning second place in the Park Pleasure Amateur Class Friday during the MSF Society Horse Show. Buck Bouse said the trainer for their horse is John Cragen, of New London, who owns Brush Creek Stables.

Myra Roberts Finks, of Clinton, trots her horse around the corral outside the Mathewson Center Friday before competing in the Country Pleasure Championship Class during the MSF Society Horse Show. The horse’s trainer, Victor Gonzalez, of Shawnee, Kansas, said the horse placed second in the qualifier and went on to receive a silver plate, placing first in the championship.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/08/web1_TSD080815HorseShow-3.jpgMyra Roberts Finks, of Clinton, trots her horse around the corral outside the Mathewson Center Friday before competing in the Country Pleasure Championship Class during the MSF Society Horse Show. The horse’s trainer, Victor Gonzalez, of Shawnee, Kansas, said the horse placed second in the qualifier and went on to receive a silver plate, placing first in the championship.

Valerie Boelsen, of Sedalia, canters her horse, Brush Creek’s Eastwood, around the ring at the Mathewson Exhibition Center during the Missouri State Fair Society Horse show Friday morning. Her Husband, Buck Boelsen, said this was the first time for the American Saddlebred horse, with a six-foot-long tail, to participate in the show. Boelsen’s horse BCS Bullets in the Gun received first place Thursday night in the Fine Harness Stallion and Gelding Class. The show continues through today.

Both Boelsen, who is a pharmacist at Bothwell Regional Health Center, and her horse seem be smiling after winning second place in the Park Pleasure Amateur Class Friday during the MSF Society Horse Show. Buck Bouse said the trainer for their horse is John Cragen, of New London, who owns Brush Creek Stables.

Myra Roberts Finks, of Clinton, trots her horse around the corral outside the Mathewson Center Friday before competing in the Country Pleasure Championship Class during the MSF Society Horse Show. The horse’s trainer, Victor Gonzalez, of Shawnee, Kansas, said the horse placed second in the qualifier and went on to receive a silver plate, placing first in the championship.

Sedalia Democrat
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