Winning riders

Winning riders

Cherry Lane Equine riders brought home the trophies

From left to right is Janine Wittich, Chloe, Trisha, Holly, Laina and Alora.  Janine Wittich is the coach as well as the owner of Cherry Lane Equine.

Cherry Lane Equine is a boarding and lesson barn for kids and adults. The youngest rider during the Vancouver Island Appaloosa Horse Club series was Chloe at age 8.  Our Cherry Lane girls took home 12 various trophies and plaques in total as well as gifts.  The series were held at the Beaver Lake riding ring and started late May until early October.  There are five shows in total and the girls receive awards based on points that are collected from ribbon placements throughout the series.  The Appy Dinner and Awards Banquet is held every year at the end of the series.  It is held at the Colwood Golf Club.  The show series consists of jumping and flat classes.

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