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Cynthia Fears

My horses and I compete like champions in Las Vegas, Nevada by improving as a team each ride.

Mindy Braden

I compete like a champion every chance I get. There is no greater challenge than to brush the caked up mud out of a horses coat, mane, and tail before you can even get started on your adventure with them. I love to trail ride at the Natchez Trace National Park in Tennessee it is so peaceful and uplifting. My horses have shown me that no matter how many times and how hard you fall You still have to get back up and try again.

Jean Parr

This year my daughter convinced me to compete on the barrel horse she had outgrown. He is too slow for her, but I am a pleasure horse rider and have no need for speed. I was a good sport and did this one time. I had to endure alot of teasing about how I thought I was breaking a land speed record when, in fact, I was only doing a fast lope. Thankfully the horse has moved on to a more suitable rider. An 8 year old girl that is probably going faster than I did! A happy ending to my barrel racing career, I hope.

Erica Crabtree

In WA, I compete in speed events on Ada and Sophie; I wouldn't take the chance of running them without their Legacy boots!!

Kim Knapp

I compete like a champion every time I attend my local shows by helping out as much as I can. Showing is a stressful time, especially for people that are first timers or new to the world, I like to make them all feel welcomed. Showing isn't always about placing first, it's doing the best you can, in the rind as well as outside of it.

Sheri Olson

I bought my horse when I lost my breasts to cancer at age 30. It helped me compete against the cancer. Gave me a reason to live. When I'm on my horses back, playing with him on the ground or hanging out in my hammock in his stall it reminds me of how fortunate I am to have won my battle with breast cancer 8 yrs ago. There's nothing like the relationship between man (woman) and their four legged soulmate.


I compete at the regional level on my western pleasure Arabians and hope for the Nationals in 2012!

Jersey Matthews

I do it everyday, compete. I get up early tend to my horses go to work come home ride them pamper them feed them, cook dinner for my kids an do it all over again the next day,
my daughter an son compete in shows.

Lucy VanSwearingen

I compete like a champion with my 4 horses at home. I used to own a Reining stud, who is, actually, a World Champion. He always wore Classic Equine!
I ride my personal horses for fun... they are part of our family. I love them dearly. And I'm glad, that I'm able to outfit them with such fine products.

Stacey McCarthy

I compete like a champion every day at work helping those with mental illness overcome the stimga against mental health disabilities so prevalent in our society, and helping them overcome the barriers presented by their illness. They are the true champions! Equine wise - I'm a champion and weekend warrior of trails across GA, AL and TN!!

Susa Parker

My 3 yr old Stallion, Andy, and I compete in confirmation, working cow horse classes, handy ranch and reining. Next year we are going to be members of the Sherrif's Mounted Division and compete in Xtreme Cowboy Races. Andy is one of the bravest most confident horses I have ever ridden. He always competes like a champ whether it's in the arena or on the trail! I help him compete like a champ by enusring he is physically and mentally fit prior to each competition.




Me and my horse compete like a champion in the Central Valley of California in trail trials. Good tack makes for a comfortable and focused equine partner. Thank you for your quality products that help us make it to the winner's circle.

Julie Didlinger

I compete on DC my barrel horse and Arby my paint horse on poles, they love sharing the only Classic Equine pad we have we travel around the midwest and sometimes venture to the south when able!!

Vickie Buhrmester

I compete like a champion almost every weekend. We are going somewhere almost every weekend. If it is not a barrel race we are showing team penning and ranch sorting. We enjoy our horses very much and spend a lot of time with them, and also enjoy alot of family time on the road. We show in AQHA, NBHA, IBRA, and my daughter is in high school rodeo.

Lynleigh Butler

I compete across West Tn, and a couple of big AQHA shows a year. Just got back from Congress and NAILE!! I run barrels and poles and have a western pleasure horse to start showing next year!!! I compete like a champion by having a positive outlook on every run (even the bad ones) and encourage other around me! I use all Classic Equine products!!!

Frances Gard-Williams

I compete like a champion across West Texas and Southeastern NM, team roping on my huge sorrel heading horse and my cute foundation bred heeling horse!

Marcie Nowak

We are champions any time we enter the arena or hit the trails. I give them the best I can afford and they give me all they have. The complete my life.

Carol Ryding

I compete as a champion in New England, where the weather here can sometimes be a competion on its own. But I compete to the best of my ability in reining and western pleasure and having the best products to use on my horses is wonderful. Thanks Classic Equine!


I compete like a champion everyday in life! I take care of my family and friends both two and four legged. When one is in special need of my attention I go to great lengths to make sure they are not lacking for anything necessary. I have a very special horse who twice has had problems that I was told, by a vet, she would not recover from. But through lots of research and herbal and vitamin therapy, several years later she is still going strong, even had a foal this year!

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