Latimer claimed the championship with a stellar score of 219 and added a unique touch to the triumph – Snap My Crush is a horse she meticulously bred, owned and is now happily showing.
"This is her [Snapbacks] first baby, so it's super special to have been able to run through the gates tonight on him and have as much success as I did," Latimer said.
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