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Cindi Strelko

Everyday I try to be the Champion that my horse thinks we can be. We compete at local shows and then take 1-2 trips into Maryland to compete just for fun and to see how the big boys do it!

Laureli Orona

Everyone has to start out sometime and not everyone has the money for the best of everything. I have always been known to be the person that no matter how much of a champion I become, I will always help those anyone and I will do it within their budget no matter what that means. This market has always been and will always be my hobby and my profession and I want to be a beacon of good natured competitive fun everywhere I go. I want to be an example to everyone that money shouldn't define your success and good, clean, fun, legal, open competition is the only important thing.

Michaela Jaycox

I compete in Missouri. I compete like a champion by caring about the other contestants and their horses. Whenever someone has an issue or needs help I will help them.


I compete like a champion in Washington, every month I go to a small riding area everyone knows each other and we all game our horses. I have been riding since I was 4 years old I love t! I have just been getting into gaming and I like it a lot, I would like to start going to more shows too. Thank you!

Cheryn Beck

You're a Champion every time you step up in the saddle by doing your very best and taking the best care of your animals. We had a very expensive lesson in regards to protective boots and leg wraps on the front legs of your horse. We had bell boots on our heading horse, he was in deep sand and over reached, clipping his tendon on the front leg. He recovered but was never 100%. Always take the time & cost to protect your horse. You're products are the BEST!


I compete like a champion locally in Illinois and within my region of the Midwest! I train hard and put lots of time and effort into my horses to make them the best that they can be. We work as a team and have fun! We are champions in the making!! I love my horses and always get the best for them including Classic Equine products! :)

Brenda Welch

I compete mainly at local jackpot barrel races in my northern Oklahoma. I work hard and spend as much time as possible with my horses, I feel like that gives us an edge on the competition!

Randy Reasoner

I am the Pastor of New Hope Cowboy Ministry in McLoud Ok.We have 40 acres here with a Cowboy Church and an arena to help folks of all ages. Everything we do here is regarded as Championship status. We direct many on how to be a champion in and out of the arena,with infuses on the arena of life.The Lord tells us we are champions. Best of all we ride for Champion of Champions,Jesus!

Tonia Hummel

I compete like a champion by taking ever day as if it was my last. I got my first horse at age 11 and horses changed my life as I was heading down a very bad path. So I give thanks every day for my mom taking the time and money to pursue my passion of horses. I compete in ranch sortings, ranch horse shows, trail chanlleges, and just work on my horsemanship to better myself and my horse. I feel everyone is blessed to have horses in their life.

Elaine Bohnert

I try to do my best whenever I ride that is how I compete like a champion!

Janis B

I am a CHAMPION!!! I complete all over Texas almost every week-end. I just won two saddles, a new belt buckel and cash at the CC5D at the Lone Star Arena in Stephenville,Tx at the end of October. I will slow down after next week-end until January. I ride to win every time I come down the alley! :)

shirley lakes

I compete "like a champion" locally in speed events of barrel racing and pole bending. Have used Classic Equine products for years. LOVE!!!!

Denise Piscitello

I love the Legacy boots! I love trail riding and riding on my farm. I have arabians, quarter horse, & 2 draft crosses. I enjoy using Natural Horsemanship methods on my horses.

Melissa Small

I compete whenever i get the chance while i am away at college. My gelding and i compete to win, right now he is on the injured list so i am working with a younger horse right now and getting her ready to compete :-)


I did not follow my dream of learning to ride until I was 35 years old. I started with taking lessons and leasing a horse and within 8 months I purchased an Appaloosa mare that will be my forever horse- we are well suited to each other. Although I do not professionally compete or show- I believe that every time that I ride I am challenging myself to ride at a higher level and work even better together as a team. I continue to participate in riding clinics and improve my riding skills. Even if you don't get a ribbon at the end of a ride- does not make it any less of a competition and goal.

Shannon Lawrence

Not currently competing but used to on my thouroughbred gelding in Mansfield, TX. Now I ride whenever I can and love visiting my horse in Texas!

LaDonna Dugger

I had horses most of my life. When I had my kids. My horses took a back burner. Now that they are grown. I am getting back into riding. I have a beautiful palomino that I raised from a baby. She loves competeing as much as I do. She knows it's time to go when I hook up the trailer. She can hardly wait till I open the door. It's wonderful. She is a great horse and gives me alot of joy

Stephanie Staton

Everyday and everywhere because champions don’t get distracted by “who is better than who”. They come to give their best, learn from the best in others and let the Game take care of the wining and losing.

Kathy McGraw

While not a competition, I strive for the most excellent horse expierence possible for my non-challenged and my challenged students during our therapeutic or regular lessons. Our goal is to learn, be healthier mentally and physically and to love our horses to the best of each of our individual abilities

Shirley Mann

Where and how do you compete like a champion? I compete like a champion in AQHA and Open shows and I coach a High School Equestrian Team and teach them to always compete like a champion, no matter what they are competing in. I also teach them to practice like a champion because practice makes perfect!

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