February 26, 2013 | Updated: January 29, 2019

By Ramonica Jones

Greater Dallas area athlete, Stacey Johnson, won the American Quarter Horse Association National High Point Award for Riders with Disabilities in Working Trail. The AQHA will honor her at an awards banquet in Houston on March 9.

Johnson is a swimming, equestrian, bocce and athletics (track and field) athlete from Allen.  She's also president of the Athlete Leadership Program (ALPs), a Global Messenger who's given more than 50 speeches on behalf of SOTX and an equestrian coach.  This 33-year-old is such a talented competitor, she took home gold and bronze medals at the 2003 World Games!

Way to go, Stacey!

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