Blissfield resident Keitha Stutzman was crowned world champion and intermediate first place with her three-year-old gelding Ugonna-kissmeornot, Aug. 29.
- Keitha Stutzman and her two-year-old filly, Keepmee In Mind, claimed third-place and first place intermediate title at the 2013 Adequan Select American Quarter Horse Association World Championship Show in Amarillo, Texas.
By Chad Hutchinson
Blissfield resident Keitha Stutzman claimed a pair of championships last week at the 2013 Adequan Select American Quarter Horse Association World Championship Show in Amarillo, Texas last Thursday. Stutzman captured the world championship title and the first place intermediate title in three-year-old geldings division with her American Quarter Horse Ugonnakissmeornot.
Along with her world championship crown, Stutzman also took third place and first place intermediate in the two-year-old fillies division with her American Quarter Horse Keepmee In Mind.
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