Team Bianchi Cowboy Shooter Kenda Lenseigne Wins CMSA Western Championship

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posted on August 14, 2013
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Team Bianchi shooter Kenda Lenseigne has won the Cowboy Mounted Shooting Association's (CMSA) Scully Western US Championship. Held in Las Vegas, Nev., July 31 to August 3, Lenseigne's performance dominated every man and woman on the field. In the last stage of the championship Lenseigne and fellow world-champion Chad Little were separated by less than 7/10 of a second. In the sudden-death eliminator Lenseigne and her horse Justin ran first with a 17-second run, followed by a miss from Little, which cost him the title.

“It was wonderful to see and hear the roar of so many friends and clients in the stands,” said Lenseigne. “Justin and I are truly honored to have such a great support network, as well as some fantastic sponsors.”

For more information about Lenseigne, visit KendaLenseigne.com.

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