The Winfield 4-H Gait Riders Report

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We have begun our 2014/2015 year of horse 4-H. We have 14 members this year. On November 21st we celebrated the last year by having an awards night. It was a fun filled night with awards and gifts. To kick off our new 4-H year, we did tire recycling as a fundraiser to pay for rides and our clinicians. We collected over 1400 tires and plan to have a second tire recycling in the spring. We are now riding two times a month at a local arena. We would like to thank Teri Larsgard, Kathy Judson, Janet Goltz and Lauren Franklin. We have already done our first level testing, where many of our members moved up a level, or more. This year we have an amazing group of girls and some boys also.

Meghann Smawley and Alison Walker

Club Reporters

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