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NSBA World Show Day 2 Closes With Awards Banquet

Thursday at the National Snaffle Bit Association World Championship Show was a very special day for the Show Stop Farm crew. Team SUCCEED member Nancy Sue Ryan was inducted into the NSBA Hall of Fame as a rider during the annual Awards Banquet last night. That was icing on the cake after another successful day of showing for the Ryans and their horses.

Courtney and her gelding Walkable (barn name Folair) won the Breeders 2 yo Non Pro Champion Hunter Under Saddle. Allukation was reserve champion with Nancy Sue Ryan in 2 yo NSBA HUS Breeders Championship and champion with owner Katie Jo Jones in the 2 yo Limited Non Pro Hunter Under Saddle.

Congratulations on another fantastic day! Here are some photos from Day 2 at the NSBA World Show.

Folair smiling for the camera after his big win

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Courtney and Nancy Sue at the Awards Banquet

 

Visit Courtney at the Show Stop Farm stalls, learn about SUCCEED, and check out their championship awards

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