Tack Maluy part of Equestrian Show.
Equestrian Show Slated by Wranglers Corral 90 By POLLY SPAIN S e pulveda Wranglers C o r r a l 90, Equestrian Trails Inc., will begin its s e c o n d y e a r with a 26-event horse show Sunday, Sunday, starting at 7:30 a.m., at the Winners Circle, 17139 Roscoe Blvd., Northridge. Northridge. Registrations will be taken at 7 a.m. Reigning over the event will be the corral's 1971-72 queen Claudia Thompson. Grand marshal CLAUDIA THOMPSON Named Corral Queen for the day will be E. C. "Tack" Maluy, of Fullerton, Fullerton, first vice president of Equestrian Trails Inc. Show officials are Curtis Counts, judge; Ray Messerly, Messerly, Corral 90 president, announcer; Larry Salahub and Pete Pelton, stewards, and Chuck Kolar, gymkhana gymkhana director. g* Morning Events ~PÂ» T r o p h i e s w i l l ye presented to first piace winners, with ribbons for t h o s e p l a c i n g first through fifth. High point trophies will be awarded in both junior and senior classes. Morning events, in order order of appearance on program program are halter class, open; registered Arabian halter, purebred, open; registered quarter horse, halter, open; colts, fillies and geldings of 1968-'69, open; foals of 1970-'71, o p e n , and broodmares with foals of 1971, open. Specify Awards Also color (Appaloosa, buckskin, dun, palomino, pinto), open; showmanship showmanship in hand, English or western, open; barebak horsemanship, English or western, open; bareback pleasure, open; hunter hack open; Tom Thumb, walk, trot, ages 10 and under, under, and trail horse, open. During a break for lunch, the grand entry is scheduled, along with introduction introduction of guests and presentation of special awards and prizes. Awards will be given for the best groomed grey horse, most original costumed costumed riders in both senior senior and junior divisions, and tallest rider on a horse. Afternoon events include include driving class, two and four wheels, open; w e s t ern horsemanship, ages 17 and under; western western horsemanship, 18 and over; western pleasure, Arabian purebred, open, and registered quarter horse, pleasure, open. Also western pleasure, ages 17 and under; western western pleasure, 18 and over; color pleasure,' English or western, open, and stock horse training class, open. Rules Available Final competitions of the day will be gymkhana events, all open. These are speed and action, keyhole, single pole and cloverleaf. American Horse Show Association, rules will prevail prevail in all events. Rules for competitors will be available at the entry booth. Further information on the show may be obtained by telephoning Mrs. Kay Messerly, Corral 90 secret secret a r y , at 782-9388. show is open to the S e pulveda Wranglers Corral 90 was formed just over a year ago by Mr. Mrs. Messerly, with the assistance of Mr. and Mrs. Salahub, Mrs. Charlotte VanLohn and (Miss) Sherry Sherry VanLohn. Vote Officers It began with 15 senior and 19 junior charter members. The group now has a roster of some 70 equestrians. At an election meeting, held last Monday, the unit voted to install all 1970-71 officers for a second term. They are Messerly, president; president; Salahub, vice president; president; Mrs. Messerly. secretary; secretary; Kolar, trail boss; Doug Rau, marshal; Pelton, Pelton, ring steward, and Miss Thompson, junior adviser. Board of directors inc inc l u d e s Mrs. VanLohn, J a n e L a n g well, Thompson and Dick Manning. Manning. Miss Thompson, who has just won the title of corral queen, will repre 1 sent the local unit at the forthcoming state con- v e n t ion of Equestrian Trails Inc., and will compete compete for the state Queen's title. Returns Home Patrick J. McAndrew. petty officer third class USN, son of Mrs. Clifford E. Jones of 13949 Tyler St.. Sylmar. returned to San Diego aboard the 7000 ton guided missile destroyer destroyer USS Jouett ending a seven-month Western Pacific deployment.