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Club holds Fall Fun Show

September 26, 2006

Ever done a Chinese Fire Drill? Have you ever tried it on a horse?

On Sept. 16, Saddles 'n' Spurs 4-H Club hosted its fifth annual Fall Fun Show. Riders from the Tri-State area competed in a series of events ranging from those that focus on riding skills to timed races. But the one thing every event had in common was that they were all fun.

In the Walk-Trot Show and Low Jumper divisions, the high point awards went to Carrie Spicher riding Sunny and reserves went to Kylee Seymour riding Chase. In the Fun Division, Kylee Seymour and Chase received the high point award and Nathan Johnson on Peachy Keen was awarded the reserve champion. In the Timed Division, Peachy Keen did double duty with brothers Mark Johnson and Nathan Johnson taking turns riding her to the High Point and Reserve High Point awards, respectively.

The all-day, High Point trophy in the Walk-Trot Division was earned by Mark Johnson riding Peachy Keen and the Reserve all Day trophy went to Kiley Slimmer riding Velvet's Chance.

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In the Open Divisions, Robin Beatty riding the incredible Echo won the champion awards in every division ending the day with the High Point trophy. In the Show Division, the reserve award went to Zoe Chapelle riding Roman. In the Fun Division, the reserve went to Marie Grossnickle riding Buddy. Marie Grossnickle also won the reserves in the Jumper Division and Timed Division on a different mount, Mocha, which earned her the All Day Reserve High point trophy.

In the Pairs Division, the Champion Award went to teammates Sarah Johnson riding Charmed For Sure and Zoe Chapelle riding Roman. Reserve was earned by Kiley Slimmer on Lakota and Marie Grossnickle on Mocha.

Other riders placing in individual classes included, Laikyn Cook on Mayleigh, Carlyn Pate on Allez Tam, Lili Sutton on Midnight Moon, Morgan Overacker on Sirus, Kelsey Smith on Whisper, Jody Eccard on Star, Ben Knight on Honey Bit, Tammy Castle on I'm Mighty Obvious, Carrie Spicher on Sunny, Kat Smith on Little Miss Annie and Moriah Chapelle on Roman.

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