Mustang MM Cody Wins 2018 Haggin Cup at Tevis

MM Cody, a 10-year-old gelding, is the first Mustang to earn the award, presented to the horse deemed to be in superior condition after completing the 100-mile endurance ride.
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MM Cody Tevis Cup
Tevis head veterinarian Mike Peralez, DVM, said Cody was in incredible shape and head and shoulders above the competition. | Photo: Courtesy Image

MM Cody, a 10-year-old chestnut Mustang gelding, and his rider Mykayla Corgnell received the 2018 Haggin Cup at the Tevis Cup awards banquet, held July 29 in Auburn, California. He is the first Mustang to earn the coveted title.

The annual award is presented to the horse deemed in superior condition after completing the 100-mile journey over the Western State Trail from near Lake Tahoe to Auburn. The award also takes horsemanship into consideration.

“Cody was in incredible shape,” said Tevis head veterinarian Mike Peralez, DVM. “He was head and shoulders above the competition

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Marsha Hayes has been covering endurance, trail, and other equine topics since 2005. She believes every horse has a story.

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