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Kuna IHelba News June 21 2006 - 13 ummer Kuna High School gradu- Winning the elusive All- ate Ashlie Centa, and her Around PtHA World Cham- black and white Pinto horse pionship has been Ashlie's Designabreeze (aka Sum- goal for the last five years. mer), competed in 17 classes Point standings were really at the PtHA World Cham- close through the last day. pionships, held at the Tulsa English Bareback Equita- Expo, Tulsa, Oklahoma, tion was the last class before June 14th through June 23rd. the final day of competition. She and Summer took on Ashlie won the class and her their first class last Wednes- cumulative points gave her day, and won a PtHA World such a lead that she locked Championship title in show- up the All-Around before the manship. Showmanship is final day's competitions! a class where the handler Ashlie will continue her takes the horse through a riding career at South Da- designated pattern from the kota State University, where ground. The winner of the she will ride on scholarship class has the best overall on the NCAA Equestrian picture comprised of groom- Team. ing of the horse, exhibitor's Ashlie is the daughter of movements, horse's move- Andrew and Stacie Shaber. ments and interpretation of Congratulations Ashlie! the pattern. pno Ashlie entered halter, judging of horse confirma- tion, Hunter Hack (English jumping class), English and western pleasure and equi- tation classes. She and Summer have won world and reserve world titles (first and second place overall) every year since 2002. These titles include Youth English Showman- ship, Youth English Bare- back Equitation and Youth Western Bareback Equita- tion. And, Reserve World titles - English Disciplined Rail, Hunter Under Saddle, and eight other top ten plac- ings. Ashlie and Summer were ranked second in the nation for all youth in 2004 and 2005. COMMUNITY CHURCH "Come Meet With God Friday NightsP' New Location & New Time! Cool Springs is moving from Sunday Mornings at KHS to Friday Evenings at 7 p.m. beginning July 7 at Kuna Community Hall Every Friday Evening 7 p.m. at Kuna Community Hall, Main Street Pastor Dale Foote Idaho Water Garden and Society Annual Pond Tour Tickets go on sale July 3rd, for the Idaho Water Garden and Koi Society Annual Pond Tour, Sunday, July 23rd, from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m. Tickets are $15 each, $25 for two, or members pay $7.50 each, with membership card. Family/In- dividual Membership is $25. Tickets may be purchased at: Any Zamzow's in Meridian, Boise, Nampa, or Eagle. At Fancy Fin's, 3223 Norfolk Way, Boise Tranquility Ponds, 227 E. Fairview Ave Meridian Greenhurst Nursery, 3209 S. Happy Valley Road, Nam- pa Tickets may also be purchased at any of the nine ponds on the tour, beginning at 9 a.m. Locations are: 2222 Stephen Avenue, Boise 1897 Old Saybrook Lane, Boise 5108 Hill Road, Boise 5437 N. Liverpool Avenue, Boise 10807 Marlinwood Drive, Boise 3110 W. Maple Grove, Boise 4577 S. Ramona, Meridian 646 W. Christopher St Meridian 4688 W. Dawson Drive, Meridian Contact Lois Murphy at" 863-8126 for information Ashlie Centa and Designabreeze (also known as Summer) compete at the PtHA World Championships held in Tulsa, Oklahoma. - photo courtesy of Andrew Shaber Call for Kuna Melba Hunter Jumper Competitors Winner receives the first Governor's Cup barbecue, live entertain-nalism, fine art or education DILLON, MONT. -- The ment, a foxhound parade are a few of the possibilities. University ofMontanaWest- at noon, and activities and Students also can partici- ern Foundation and Eques- contests for kids and adults, pate in Montana Western's trian Team invite Idaho Fair admission is free. The award-winning rodeo and hunter/jumper competitors competition and fair are lo- equestrian teams. For in- to enter its Rocky Mountain cated at the Beaverhead formation call the Academic region 4th Annual English County Fairgrounds in Dil- Center for Equine Studies Horse Show and Equestrian lon. Details are available at at (406) 683-7330 or e-mail Fair, July 21-23, 2006, in Dillon, Mont. The competi- horseshow/. About the Montana West- tion includes hunter, jumper About the University of ern Foundation, and Eques- and equitation events and is Montana Western's Equine trian Team: The Montana endorsed by the USEF (lo- Education ProgramsThe Western Foundation was cal rated) and sanctioned by Montana Western equine formed in 1978. Through the the USHJA and MHJA. This studies program has several generous efforts of alumni year marks the first award pathways that lead to bothand friends, the Foundation of the Montana Governor's two-year and four-year de-oversees an endowment in Cup. grees. Of particular note is excess of $6 million and an- For competition informa- the nation's only bachelor's nual gifts that provide schol- tion contact Kathy Krebs, degree in natural horseman- arship support to deserving show secretary, (406) 736- ship offered in partnership students, as well as assis- 5266, or visit www.umw- with the world-recognized tance to academic programs La Cense Montana Ranch. and campus activities. Horse enthusiasts of all ages Areas of concentration in-The Montana Western are invited to watch the dai- clude, equine management Equestrian Team is a recog- ly world-class competition or and business, veternary sd- nized USEF member com- come to the Equestrian Fair, ence, and equine-assisted peting under the rules of the Saturday, July 22, 2006. The ment;al health services. Stu- Intercollegiate Horse Show fair features a farmer's mar- dents may also pursue an Association. Team members ket, vendor show (includ- equine-related emphasis asare beginningtoexperienced ingthe Patagonia Outlet), a part of any degree at Mon- riders in both English and a Montana all-natural beef tana Western-. Equine jour- western styles. Is this your copy of the Kuna Melba News you are reading? Subscribe today for just $22 per year! Visit or send a check or money order to Kuna Melba News, PO Box 373, Kuna, ID 83634. & Remodeling, Inc Only the rich can afford cheap paint. Remodeling or Additions. If you like where you live but need more room or justwant to have a newer look - Remodel! 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