(This is Noodle as a yearling, the age Lindsay bought him)
Through steady training and showing Noodle has earned over 100 trail points in the last year and a half, was the PCQHA Fall Classic 3 year old Trail Futurity champion. He was also the Sun and Surf Circuit 3/4 year old Reserve Futurity Champion! Lindsay has shown at the world show twice before, the first time very successfully with her previous horse, they were crowned the 2011 AQHA JR TRAIL WORLD CHAMPIONS! In 2013 she competed with Hotrod Lopin, unfortunately did not make the finals due to a slight mistake in the lope overs.
Noodle and Lindsay winning the 3 year old Trail Futurity
Competing in the world show is no easy feat, you must show at nationally ranked AQHA shows and be competitive enough to earn the necessary points to qualify. Jr Trail is a class designated for horses 5 years and younger, and for professionally ranked riders. Unfortunately getting to the World show, in Oklahoma, is expensive. Between entry fees, stalling fees, trailering for the horse, airfare, hotel and rental car costs, horse/human food, as well as many many other costs, it averages between $5,000-$6,000 to simply compete. Any donation helps Lindsay reach her goal of competing there with a completely self trained horse. Thank you!
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