The 4-H Young Riders completed a successful weekend participating in the District 5 4-H Horse Show, held at the Western Kentucky University Ag Exposition Center in Bowling Green. 4-H members from 12 counties competed in the horse show that qualifies youth to advance to the KY State 4-H Horse Show the first week in July at the state fairgrounds in Louisville.
Here is the listing of the 11 4-H members representing Washington County 4-H and awards won. In the Mini division, Mary Brak won a first place with her Mini in showmanship, and white in halter. Catherine Brak won third place blue with her Mini in showmanship and red in halter. In the Western Contest division, first year member Luke Glasscock received a red in Barrels and two whites in Pole Bending and Showmanship.
The remaining Washington County 4-H members were in the Walking/Racking division of the horse show. First are the results from the junior 4-H members, ages 9-14. MaKenna Goodlett received both first place blues in the Trail Pleasure Walking and Sock Seat Equitation Jr., a blue in Western Country Pleasure and red in showmanship. Tommy Harmon received first place blues in Stock Seat Equitation and Showmanship, second in Western Country Pleasure and third in Trail Pleasure Walking Jr. Hannah Harmon received blue in Trail Pleasure Walking, and reds in Showmanship, Western Country Pleasure and English Equitation. Chelsea Brak received second place awards in Bareback Equitation and Trail Pleasure Walking , third place in Western Country Pleasure and a red in Showmanship. Chassity Warner won a first place blue in Western Country Pleasure Racking, a blue in showmanship and reds in Trail Pleasure Racking and Stock Seat Equitation.
In the 15-18 age category, Cody Thompson received three first-place blues in English Plantation Pleasure, Trail Pleasure Walking and Western Plantation Pleasure and a red in Showmanship. Morgan Goodlett received first in Stock Seat Equitation Sr, blue in Showmanship and reds in Western Country Pleasure Racking and Trail Pleasure Racking. Meagan Boyd received three second place reds in Trail Pleasure Walking, Western Plantation Pleasure Walking and English Plantation Pleasure and white in Showmanship.
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