2015 Results of Linn County Fair 4-H Horse & Pony Show and Game Show

The Linn County 4-H Horse and Pony Show and the Game Show was held on Monday, June 29 at the Linn County Fairgrounds in Central City.

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Those winning are as follows:

  • Grand Champion Halter Pony – Caitlin Benesh, Alburnett,showing Minni Winnie
    •  Reserve Champion Halter Pony – Corrine Kettelkamp, Marion, showing Tickle Me Elmo
  •  Grand Champion Halter Horse – Sierra Dougherty, Coggon, showing Bailey
    •  Reserve Champion Halter Horse – Cutter Shefelbine, Central City showing Intoxicating Impression
High Point Pleasure Champions:
  • Horse, rider 9th grade and above went to:  Jacque Murray, Ely, riding Nick of Time
  •  Pony, rider 9th grade and above went to:  Delaney Sturtz, Alburnett,  riding Rodeo Joe
  •  Horse, rider 8th grade and below went to:  Caitlin Benesh, Alburnett, riding All But Scared
  •  Pony, rider 8th grade and below went to:  Cutter Shefelbine, Central City, riding Ally
Reserve High Point Pleasure Champions:
  • Horse, rider 9th grade and above went to:  Maree Bean, Center Point riding Sierra
  • Pony, rider 9th grade and above went to:  Maree Bean, Center Point riding Quincy
  • Horse, rider 8th grade and below – Tie between:  Cutter Shefelbine, Central City riding Intoxicating Impression
    • And Autumn Rathjens, Springville riding Gigi
  • Pony, rider 8th grade and below went to:  Olivia Zubrod, Walford, riding Charlie
Winner of The Lynn Dunn Memorial Walk/Trot AwardCaitlin Benesh, Alburnett with All But Scared
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High Point Game Champions: 

  • Horse, rider 9th grade and above – Sierra Dougherty, Coggon riding Willie
  •  Pony, rider 9th grade and above – Jacque Murray, Ely riding Sunruler
  • Horse, rider 8th grade and below – Caryn Charles, Springville riding Sassy
  • Pony, rider 8th grade and below:  Cutter Shefelbine, Central City, riding Ally

Reserve High Point Game Champions:

  • Horse, rider 9th grade and above – Kacee Dixon, Walker riding Chuck
  •  Pony, rider 9th grade and above – Corrine Kettelkamp, Marion riding Tickle Me Elmo
  •  Horse, rider 8th grade and below – Cutter Shefelbine, Central City riding Lad
  •  Pony, rider 8th grade and below –  Olivia Zubrod, Walford riding Buddy

Winner of the Joe Soukup Memorial Ranch Horse Pleasure award went to Maree Bean riding Sierra.

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,383 Collins Road NE, Suite  201, Cedar Rapids or phone 377-9839. Extension programs are available to all without regard to race, color, sex, national origin, religion, age or disability.

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