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Black Hills Summer Circuit Quarter Horse Show draws top competitors

Larry Larson

Photo by Larry LarsonVictory Is Myne, owned and shown by Abbie Skelton from Billings, MT, topped the Two-Year-Old Snaffle Bit Western Pleasure at the Black Hills Summer Circuit and was named the Circuit Champion.

RAPID CITY, SD – With vehicle license plates listing 18 states and Canada, the 2008 Black Hills Summer Circuit (BHSC) Quarter Horse Show once again drew top competitors to one of the longest established circuits in the nation. Celebrating its 25th Anniversary in 2008, the BHSC was held July 7-12 at the Central States Fairgrounds in Rapid City. Utilizing both the Bray Arena and the Pennington County Expo Center, the show posted an impressive 2,721 entries.

Judges for the ‘Summer Circuit’ included Casey Devitt of Waddy, KY; Lance Treptow of Omro, WI; Dolly Chayer of Sperry, OK; Don McDuffee of Ocala, FL; and Tim Christensen from Caledonia, MI.

RAPID CITY, SD – With vehicle license plates listing 18 states and Canada, the 2008 Black Hills Summer Circuit (BHSC) Quarter Horse Show once again drew top competitors to one of the longest established circuits in the nation. Celebrating its 25th Anniversary in 2008, the BHSC was held July 7-12 at the Central States Fairgrounds in Rapid City. Utilizing both the Bray Arena and the Pennington County Expo Center, the show posted an impressive 2,721 entries.

Judges for the ‘Summer Circuit’ included Casey Devitt of Waddy, KY; Lance Treptow of Omro, WI; Dolly Chayer of Sperry, OK; Don McDuffee of Ocala, FL; and Tim Christensen from Caledonia, MI.

RAPID CITY, SD – With vehicle license plates listing 18 states and Canada, the 2008 Black Hills Summer Circuit (BHSC) Quarter Horse Show once again drew top competitors to one of the longest established circuits in the nation. Celebrating its 25th Anniversary in 2008, the BHSC was held July 7-12 at the Central States Fairgrounds in Rapid City. Utilizing both the Bray Arena and the Pennington County Expo Center, the show posted an impressive 2,721 entries.

Judges for the ‘Summer Circuit’ included Casey Devitt of Waddy, KY; Lance Treptow of Omro, WI; Dolly Chayer of Sperry, OK; Don McDuffee of Ocala, FL; and Tim Christensen from Caledonia, MI.

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RAPID CITY, SD – With vehicle license plates listing 18 states and Canada, the 2008 Black Hills Summer Circuit (BHSC) Quarter Horse Show once again drew top competitors to one of the longest established circuits in the nation. Celebrating its 25th Anniversary in 2008, the BHSC was held July 7-12 at the Central States Fairgrounds in Rapid City. Utilizing both the Bray Arena and the Pennington County Expo Center, the show posted an impressive 2,721 entries.

Judges for the ‘Summer Circuit’ included Casey Devitt of Waddy, KY; Lance Treptow of Omro, WI; Dolly Chayer of Sperry, OK; Don McDuffee of Ocala, FL; and Tim Christensen from Caledonia, MI.

RAPID CITY, SD – With vehicle license plates listing 18 states and Canada, the 2008 Black Hills Summer Circuit (BHSC) Quarter Horse Show once again drew top competitors to one of the longest established circuits in the nation. Celebrating its 25th Anniversary in 2008, the BHSC was held July 7-12 at the Central States Fairgrounds in Rapid City. Utilizing both the Bray Arena and the Pennington County Expo Center, the show posted an impressive 2,721 entries.

Judges for the ‘Summer Circuit’ included Casey Devitt of Waddy, KY; Lance Treptow of Omro, WI; Dolly Chayer of Sperry, OK; Don McDuffee of Ocala, FL; and Tim Christensen from Caledonia, MI.

RAPID CITY, SD – With vehicle license plates listing 18 states and Canada, the 2008 Black Hills Summer Circuit (BHSC) Quarter Horse Show once again drew top competitors to one of the longest established circuits in the nation. Celebrating its 25th Anniversary in 2008, the BHSC was held July 7-12 at the Central States Fairgrounds in Rapid City. Utilizing both the Bray Arena and the Pennington County Expo Center, the show posted an impressive 2,721 entries.

Judges for the ‘Summer Circuit’ included Casey Devitt of Waddy, KY; Lance Treptow of Omro, WI; Dolly Chayer of Sperry, OK; Don McDuffee of Ocala, FL; and Tim Christensen from Caledonia, MI.

RAPID CITY, SD – With vehicle license plates listing 18 states and Canada, the 2008 Black Hills Summer Circuit (BHSC) Quarter Horse Show once again drew top competitors to one of the longest established circuits in the nation. Celebrating its 25th Anniversary in 2008, the BHSC was held July 7-12 at the Central States Fairgrounds in Rapid City. Utilizing both the Bray Arena and the Pennington County Expo Center, the show posted an impressive 2,721 entries.

Judges for the ‘Summer Circuit’ included Casey Devitt of Waddy, KY; Lance Treptow of Omro, WI; Dolly Chayer of Sperry, OK; Don McDuffee of Ocala, FL; and Tim Christensen from Caledonia, MI.

RAPID CITY, SD – With vehicle license plates listing 18 states and Canada, the 2008 Black Hills Summer Circuit (BHSC) Quarter Horse Show once again drew top competitors to one of the longest established circuits in the nation. Celebrating its 25th Anniversary in 2008, the BHSC was held July 7-12 at the Central States Fairgrounds in Rapid City. Utilizing both the Bray Arena and the Pennington County Expo Center, the show posted an impressive 2,721 entries.

Judges for the ‘Summer Circuit’ included Casey Devitt of Waddy, KY; Lance Treptow of Omro, WI; Dolly Chayer of Sperry, OK; Don McDuffee of Ocala, FL; and Tim Christensen from Caledonia, MI.

RAPID CITY, SD – With vehicle license plates listing 18 states and Canada, the 2008 Black Hills Summer Circuit (BHSC) Quarter Horse Show once again drew top competitors to one of the longest established circuits in the nation. Celebrating its 25th Anniversary in 2008, the BHSC was held July 7-12 at the Central States Fairgrounds in Rapid City. Utilizing both the Bray Arena and the Pennington County Expo Center, the show posted an impressive 2,721 entries.

Judges for the ‘Summer Circuit’ included Casey Devitt of Waddy, KY; Lance Treptow of Omro, WI; Dolly Chayer of Sperry, OK; Don McDuffee of Ocala, FL; and Tim Christensen from Caledonia, MI.

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