Quarter horse earns honors
Obviously A Dream, a chestnut mare owned by Robin and Cliff Bales, Tonganoxie, was a top 10 finalist in yearling mares at the American Quarter Horse Association's World Champion-ship Show last month in Oklahoma City.
The AQHA World Champion-ship Show is the largest, richest world championship horse show, with $1.67 million awarded to 3,900 entries from 47 states, as well as several other countries.
Horses must have earned a pre-determined number of points between Aug. 1, 1998, and July 31, 1999, to qualify for the invitational competition.
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