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In the News … WIHS Qualifications

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In the News … WIHS Qualifications

Check out this article … and look who’s the cover photo! Its Mary Grossman and Benvolio! Mary is leading the Adult Hunters and Susan Schmitt is in 2nd with Duet. Way to go Team Integrity! Click here to read the full article.

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Abbie for the Win!

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Abbie for the Win!

The winner of the Showplace Productions $1,500 Low Child/Adult Jumper Classic is George and Abigail Papka! Congratulations!

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Macy for the Win!

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Macy for the Win!

The winner of the $1,000 Pony Hunter Classic is Smallwood’s Lickity Split and Macy White! Congratulations!

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Mary for the Win!

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Mary for the Win!

The winner of the $500 NAL Child/Adult Hunter Classic is Benvolio and Mary Grossman! Congratulations!

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Valentine Sweet Nothings

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Valentine Sweet Nothings

Ledges…where there’s palm trees and sweet ponies that whisper in your ear.

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Pony kids!

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Pony kids!

Hopefully they aren’t planning a rebellion.

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Happy Birthday Derby

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Happy Birthday Derby

We have a birthday in the house today! Derby is 1! She keeps us laughing all the time and like all puppies she makes us happy! Happy birthday Derby!

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Integrity Farm Wraps Up Season

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Oconomowoc, WI – Integrity Farm and trainers Kathleen Caya and Natalie Hansen, just finished up a great summer of showing with multiple championships and numerous classic wins. Several horses qualified for Indoors, Pony Finals and the Pre-Green Incentive class in Kentucky from showing at shows such as Ledges, Lamplight, Kentucky, Traders Point, and Minnesota for the Fall Harvest. Integrity Farm headed to Harrisburg and Washington for the Indoor Finals then off to St. Louis. Read the rest of the press release courtesy of ChicagoEquestrian.com...

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