Winfield Gait Riders 4-H Club Report

The weather has been great on our riding days, we have had a couple of English rides and a couple of western rides too.

  • Mar. 23, 2016 8:00 a.m.

This month has been fun with all the events we have done. We had public speaking on February 13 where six of our members went on to zones. Congratulations to our juniors, Samantha Sawyer and Neil Glen, to our intermediates, Emily Jones and Kyle Frandsen and to our seniors, Ashlyn Frandsen and Mikayla Maciborski. We our very proud of them they all did great. Good job to ever body else that went on from zones. Thank you to the judges that were there and the family and friends that came to cheer the kids on.

The Winfield Gait Riders went to multi-species judging on March 13 at Cory Glens. We judged horses, cows, rabbits, and flowers. We had a lot of fun and we can’t wait to do it next year. Congratulations Ashlyn Frandsen for getting first in the seniors at multi-species judging. Thank you to the clubs that organized the great event. Thank you Cory Glen for letting us use your building and your horses.

The weather has been great on our riding days, we have had a couple of English rides and a couple of western rides too. Thank you to our leaders for putting all the time in to helping us. We are all getting excited for all our shows in May.


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