Saturday Jul 24 2010 comments 2010 Tevis Cup 100 Mile One-Day Ride By: Michael Kirby/Auburn Journal -A +A Melissa Ribley comes out of the canyon from El Dorado Creek on her way to Michigan Bluff. Ribley finished second in the 2009 Tevis ride. Rachel Shackelford trots her horse Cody at the vet check in Foresthill. Shackelford was third out of the ride checkpoint. John Crandell (front) and Shannon Constanti leave Foresthill on their way to Auburn Saturday during the 2010 Tevis Cup Western States One Day Ride. The two riders held a considerable lead over third place rider Rachel Shackelford at Foresthill. Crandell later won this years Tevis Cup Ride and Constanti finished second. (front-rear)John Crandell, Shannon Constanti and Rachel Shackelford climb out of the canyon from El Dorado Creek Saturday afternoon. Local Auburn rider Hal Hall a veteran of 26 Tevis finishes comes into Michigan Bluff, 62 miles into the ride. Veterinarian Tom Timmons checks on Rachel Shackelford's horse Cody at the Foresthill vet check. Janine Esler trots out of Michigan Bluff. Lisa Bykowski Downs cools and gives her horse Merc a well deserved drink of water at Michigan Bluff. Janine Esler walks her horse Mini-Bull into Michigan Bluff Saturday afternoon. Auburn's Hall Hall gets set to leave Michigan Bluff as his crew (L-R)Terry Benedetti, Patti Schofler, and Denese Holden, takes care of his horse Reve. Rachel Shackelford leaves Foresthill Saturday afternoon. Shackelford was the top Tevis Cup junior rider last year, and was making a good showing as an adult this year. John Crandell crosses finish line in Auburn, winning the Tevis Cup 100 Mile Ride. Second place finisher, Auburn's Shannon Constanti was right behind him. 2010 Tevis Cup winner John Crandell checks his horses' Heraldic's heartbeat after the finish. Auburn's Shannon Constanti trots LB Bold Greyson at the finish line vet check. Constanti finished second in this years Tevis Cup. 2010 Tevis Cup winner John Crandell is interviewed by Tevis announcer Pete Occhialini.