MOSCOW, IDAHO — The Appaloosa Horse Club (ApHC) is thrilled to announce Capstone Farm as a Gold Level Sponsor of the 73rd National & 2021 World Championship Appaloosa Youth Show.
Headed by longtime ApHC member Sarah Aron Kramer, Capstone Farm is one of the most successful training barns in the country. Located in Issaquah, Washington, Capstone is a training facility for horses and their riders, teaching horsemanship skills from care and grooming, to horseback riding and performance in the show arena.
After years of personal success that included 18 National Championships, Sarah started her own barn to pass on her life lessons and keys-to-winning to others. Capstone’s equestrian team clients have won more than 200 National and World titles in the last five years. In addition to their show team, they also offer summer camps and riding lessons.
ApHC Executive Secretary Lynette Thompson said, “The Capstone team’s support of the ApHC and this year’s show is greatly appreciated, and we thank them for their generosity,”
Now in its 73rd year, the National Appaloosa Show is the longest-running, single-breed horse show in the nation. The first National Show was held in 1948 in Lewiston, Idaho. New in 2021, the National Show will award national points under each judge to count toward year-end and lifetime awards, and National Show champions will automatically qualify for the 2021 World Championship Appaloosa Show in that class.
The 73rd National & Youth World Championship Show will take place in Tulsa, Oklahoma, July 26–August 1, 2021. To view the show schedule and other important show information, please visit www.appaloosa.com/national-show.
Learn more about Capstone Farm at www.capstonetrainingstables.com.