Ernie Howlett Park played host to the 64th Annual Portuguese Bend National Horse Show, Sept. 9-11, 2022, featuring the PCHA Medal Finals.
The Rolling Hills Estates, CA-based show is a USEF A-rated competition known for its three Medal Final events, distinguished by age group. In addition to the competition, the Portuguese Bend National Horse Show engages exhibitors with a variety of food vendors, boutiques and entertainment for the whole family.
There’s a charity component, too: The show benefits the Children’s Hospital of Los Angeles. This major fundraising event of Peninsula Committee Children’s Hospital will support The Associates Chair in Endocrinology and The Associates Chair in Transplant Surgery at Children’s Hospital Los Angeles.
Meet the 2022 PCHA Medal Final Champions:
PCHA Victor Hugo Vidal Adult Horsemanship 35 & Over Medal Final
Sponsored by Pat & Rich Lucy Family
Champion – Peggy Munkdale trained by Nicole Norris of Round Meadow Farm
Reserve Champion – Kathy Nolan
3rd – Sarah Deparis
4th – Aimee Vera Lafayette
5th – Sara Markham
6th – Lisa Bergstedt
7th – Alicyn Roy
8th – Alexdandra Lowery
9th – Alicia Giliam
10th – Sue Sadler
PCHA Karen Healey Adult Horsemanship Medal Final 18-34
Sponsored by Karen & Michael Learned Family
Champion- Jordyn Chafee trained by Jeni Brown of Shadowbrook Stables
Reserve Champion – Emma Dawley
3rd – Matilda Schulman
4th – Belle Calkin
5th – Abigail Steller
6th – Stacey Bacheller
7th – Alexandra Myers
8th – Jenny Rife
9th – Rollin Sykes
10th – Eva Bautista
PCHA Horsemanship Medal Finals 14 & under
Sponsored by the Tuffli Family Foundation
Champion- Georgia Bass trained by Karen Perlow of Grandview Farms
Reserve Champion – Kalea Iuliano
3rd – Katalina Raiszadeh
4th – Emme Tangen
5th – Camilla Jerng
6th – Maia Mezo
7th – Grayson Pacelli
8th – Valentina Lehner
9th – Chloe Oh
10th – Brooke O’Malley
11th – Greenley Achuck
12th – Scarlett Maltos
PCHA sends a special thank you to judges Diane Carney & Scott Hofstetter, Valencia Saddlery & The Clothes Horse for providing awards, and Captured Moment Photography.
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The Pacific Coast Horse Shows Association (PCHA), a non-profit corporation, has as its main purpose the promotion and development of the sport of horse showing, primarily in the Hunter/Jumper, Western and Reining disciplines. These objectives are accomplished by setting the standards for showing on the West Coast and approving shows that meet these criteria.
Founded in 1946, the Pacific Coast Horse Shows Association promotes the interests of owners and exhibitors, cooperates with exhibitors, officials, and management of competition, publicizes and advertises PCHA sanctioned shows, encourages and assists owners, exhibitors, and breeders of horses to maintain, develop and improve the quality of horses of the Hunter, Jumper, Western and Reining divisions.