Holsters and accessories manufacturer Bianchi has announced that Team Bianchi mounted shooter Kenda Lenseigne emerged victorious at the 2014 CMSA Western Championship in Las Vegas last weekend. Read the full press release below.
Bianchi congratulates Team Bianchi mounted shooter Kenda Lenseigne in a nail-biting finale that sent the crowd leaping to their feet as she blasted across the finish line at the 2014 CMSA Western Championship in Las Vegas July 30 – August 3. Lenseigne beat out all other competitors, while alternating between gear, including her Bianchi Cattle Driver rig. After a close second Ladies Overall win in the main match while riding her novice horse, Lenseigne returned for the Double Down Finals wearing her Bianchi Limited Edition Smokechaser rig and riding her seasoned veteran horse, Justin, to post a blistering 12.4 second time. This outstanding finish earned her a total $3,700 payout for the weekend.
Lenseigne explained, “The CMSA Western Championship means a lot to me, as it’s a chance to catch up with old friends, showcase my favorite gear and compete against the best mounted shooters in the world. This year was especially important, as I got to take my new horse to her first major match and was joined by my mom and dad who just celebrated their 70th birthdays.”
Notable among the division winners were the large number of champions using Bianchi Gunleather. Bianchi designers have a long history of listening to their customers. When it comes to building cowboy gear, Lenseigne and the Bianchi designers have designed a great line of products that are needed in order to win. “Bianchi is the most popular brand in holsters and belts in the sport by far and for good reason,” said Lenseigne.
Bianchi Cowboy gear uses only premium grade, full grain, vegetable-tanned cowhide – the highest quality leather. This authentic gear was designed with specific features in mind to perform both in and out of the arena. For more information on Bianchi Cowboy rigs, please visit http://www.bianchicowboy.com.
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