Dynamic Duo does it again

Summerville’s Abigail-Leigh Bedson and her horse, My Prince Has Come, earned multiple honors during the 2018 Pinto World Championship Horse Show.

Abigail-Leigh Bedson and her horse, My Prince Has Come, came away from the 2018 Pinto World Championship Horse Show with 17 World Championship buckles and seven Reserve World Championship buckles earning them Ideal Pinto Pony, High Point Youth Pony (for the second time), High Point Youth Gymkhana Pony, Register of Merits in Equitation, Horsemanship, Color Halter, Hunter Under Saddle and English Showmanship and a Certificate of Ability.

The pair competed over 13 days in a wide variety of classes including Dressage, Western Pleasure, Bareback Horsemanship, Showmanship, Equitation, Hunter Under Saddle, Jumping, Western Riding, Gymkhana/Speed events, Discipline Rail and Trail.

The 53rd Pinto World Championship Horse Show held at the Ford Tough Livestock Complex in Tulsa, Oklahoma hosted more than 2,250 exhibitors with more than 30,300 judged entries from 44 states and four countries.