Winfield 4-H Gait Riders monthly report

Already March! Our club has had a great year so far, some great speeches and some great enthusiasm!

  • Mar. 15, 2017 5:00 p.m.

Winfield Gait Riders report

Submitted by Emily Jones Club reporter

Already March! Our club has had a great year so far, some great speeches and some great enthusiasm!

We would like to congratulate our speakers who moved on to the West Zone Public Speaking, which was held at the Alder Flats Hall on February 26. Juniors were Faythe Robinson for first place and Caitlyn Walker for second place. The Intermediates were Emily Jones for first, Sheraton Geisbrecht and Neil Glenn for second. Ashlyn Frandsen won first and Karianne Frandsen won second for the seniors.

Successfully, one of our members were able to make it to districts with a first place in Zones! Congratulations Ashlyn Frandsen. Thanking our instructors once again for doing an ecstatic job at readying and preparing our members for show season, although we haven’t been able to fit many English rides in.


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