Heather Lange competes in the American Quarter Horse Association’s World Championship Show

Heather Lange, an avid equestrian, recently competed at the American Quarter Horse Association’s (“AQHA”) World Championship Show in Oklahoma City, where she placed 18th in Amateur Trail and her horse, Chipahde Do Dah, was named Reserve World Champion in Senior Trail.
The AQHA World Championship Horse Show is the largest single-breed “world championship” horse show in the world. It is the pinnacle event for competitors from around the world, who must qualify to compete by earning a predetermined number of points to secure an invitation to the event. More than 3,320 entries from across the United States and 12 other countries competed in this year’s event for more than $2 million in prizes and awards.

Last Fall, Ms. Lange put her riding talents to work in the community by assisting in a 10-week program at Pegasus Therapeutic Riding at Kelsey Farm in Greenwich. Pegasus provides equine-assisted activities and therapies to more than 200 children and adults with physical, cognitive and emotional disabilities. It was a rewarding experience for both Ms. Lange and the Pegasus students she helped.

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