4-H Horse and Pony Show results

Results of Linn County Fair Horse & Pony Show

If you have any pictures from this show please email them to info@thelinncountyfair.com.

4-Her’s competed in the Horse/Pony Game Show on Wednesday, July 7, 2010 at the Linn County Fair in Central City.

High Point Horse Champion 8th grade and under: Courtney Jones, Center Point, riding Etna

High Point Horse Reserve Champion 8th grade and under: Sadie Flatland, Springville, riding Destiny

High Point Champion Horse 9th grade and above: Brandy Zumbach, Coggon, riding Peppy

High Point Reserve Champion Horse 9th grade and above: JeNeal Horning, Marion, riding Kitty

High Point Pony Champion 9th grade and above:  Meghan Peacock, Coggon, riding Butch

High Point Pony Reserve Champion 9th grade and above :  Natalie Ertz, Central City, riding Chante

High Point Pony Champion 8th grade and under: Josh Kettelkamp, Marion, riding Elmo

High Point Pony Reserve Champion 8th and under: Courtney Jones, Center Point, riding Rainy

4-H’ers competed in the Horse/Pony show on Monday, July 19, at the Linn County Fair Grounds.  Due to the weather conditions the show was postponed for a week.  Those winning are as follows:

Grand Champion Halter Pony Award: Jacque Murray, Ely, showing Skip A Pulse.  She belongs to the Barnyard Buddies 4-H club in the Mt. Vernon/Lisbon/Ely area.

Reserve Halter Champion Pony Award: Josh Kettelkamp, Marion showing Elmo.  He belongs to the Prairie Union Wildcats 4-H Club.

Grand Champion Halter Horse Award: Meghan Wilkinson, Fairfax, showing Get Down Tonight.  Meghan belongs to the Washington Busy Beavers 4-H Club.

Reserve Champion Halter Horse Award:   Sara-Anne Kettelkamp, Marion, showing Faith.  Sara-Ann belongs to the Prairie Union Wildcats 4-H club.

High Point Pleasure Award for a 4-H’er showing a pony 8th grade and below went to Jacque Murray, Ely riding Samson.

Reserve High Point Pleasure Award for a 4-H’er showing a pony 8th grade and below went to Josh Kettelkamp, Marion riding Elmo.

Reserve High Point Pleasure Award for a 4-H’er showing a pony 9th grade and above went to Meghan Peacock, Coggon riding Prizer.  She belongs to the Coggon Clippers 4-H Club.

High Point Pleasure Award for a 4-H’er showing a horse 8th grade and below went to Jacque Murray, Ely riding Robo.

Reserve High Point Pleasure Award for a 4-H’er showing a horse  went to Meghan Wilkinson, Fairfax, riding Ima Tru Maverik.

High Point Pleasure Award for a 4-H’er showing a horse 9th grade and above went to Brandy Zumbach, Coggon, riding Bud.  Brandy belongs to the Coggon Clippers 4-H Club.

Reserve High Point Pleasure Award for a 4-H’er showing a horse 9th grade and above went to JeNeal Horning, Marion, riding Jake.  JeNeal belongs to the Prairie Union Wildcats 4-H Club.

The Lynn Dunn Memorial Walk/Trot Award went to Brandy Zumbach riding Bud.

4-H, the youth component of the Iowa State University Extension, offers opportunities to choose from among fifty different project areas.  The 4-H program is open to all urban and rural youth kindergarten through 12th grade.  For more information about 4-H, contact the Linn County Extension Office, 3279 7th Avenue Suite 140, Marion or phone 377-9839. Extension programs are available to all without regard to race, color, sex, national origin, religion, age or disability.

Pictures provided by

Gordon Grabau

G.G. Photography

http://www.ggphoto.org/

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