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A Miniature We’d Love to Own VFM Tour De France BARN NAME: Lance OWNED BY: Kelsey Logue, Midnight Miniatures DETAILS: 2006 Sorrel Pinto Gelding OWNER HISTORY: Born and bred by Katie Hansen of VFM Miniatures. Transferred to Pamela Pothetes and then purchased by the Logue family in August of 2007. Kelsey Logue started his training and showing began with the Mini Express 4H club. From there, Lance and Kelsey became active in the North West Miniature Horse Club. SPECIAL SKILLS: Lance spends his days at a farm in the rolling hills of Gaston Oregon. He enjoys many activities including showing, spending time in the community and most importantly spending time with his family. Lance also spends time with Brian, Kelsey’s brother who has Down syndrome. Brian assists Kelsey in taking care of Lance and their other horses. Brian shows Lance in AMHA Special Needs Halter Classes and NWMHC Developmentally Challenged halter and hunter. Lance is truly one of a kind as he has a beautiful personality and a heart of gold. BRAGGING RIGHTS: Lance has won multiple awards showing with wins in Classic Pleasure Driving, NWMHC High Point Champion, Open Classic Pleasure Driving, Overall Amateur Driving, AOTE Classic Pleasure Driving, and many performance highpoints. SPECIAL FRIENDS: When Lance is not showing he loves to spend his days with his mini horse friends Teena, Devon, and Moonie. Lance stays active in the community, whether prancing down the street in a parade, greeting excited guests at a fair or helping to celebrate at a birthday party. He and Kelsey have introduced many people to the wonderful world of Miniature horses and will continue to do so. PERSONALITY PLUS: Kelsey and Lance had an instant connection and have built a lifelong friendship. Lance puts his heart and soul into everything he does. He competes in multiple classes including Halter Obstacle, Hunter, Showmanship, Halter, and his favorite… Driving. Lance rocks the show ring and loves catching the audience’s attention. When he’s being driven, he sometimes will glance up into the stands to make sure the audience is watching him. He can be quite a ham! { SEE YOUR HORSE HERE EMAIL EDITOR@AMHA.ORG W I N T E R 2017 Miniature Horse World 87