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Reed, ‘Sport’ duo win world Palomino championship titles

Gause boy also wins all-around in age division


Garrett Reed of Gause sits atop “The Sports Flash” at the Palomino Horse Breeders of America Youth World Championships in Tulsa. He is flanked by parents Mikel and Amber Reed, sister Maddison Reed and horse trainers Brenda Jeter and Brad Cook. 
Courtesy photo Garrett Reed of Gause sits atop “The Sports Flash” at the Palomino Horse Breeders of America Youth World Championships in Tulsa. He is flanked by parents Mikel and Amber Reed, sister Maddison Reed and horse trainers Brenda Jeter and Brad Cook. Courtesy photo Garrett Reed of Gause competed at the Palomino Horse Breeders of America Youth World Championships on July 22-27 in Tulsa, Oklahoma.

Youth from across the nation and Canada competed at the year’s World Championships.

Reed is the son of Mikel and Amber Reed of Gause. He is the grandson of Byron and Georgia Wise of Gause and Chuck and Carolyn Reed of Caldwell.

The eight-year-old rode his AQHA gelding “ The Sports Flash.” Reed and “ Spor t” brought home World Championship titles in Showmanship and Western Pleasure and a Reserve World Championship in Western Horsemanship. They also were in the top five in Performance Halter Geldings.

Reed and “Sport” won the All-Around Golden horse title in his age division.

The duo brought home prizes from Gist Silversmith, Drysdales Western Wear, Cowboy Bronze and Dale Chavez Saddles.


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