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4-H Hippology teams place in top three

Wednesday, March 11, 2009

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Members of the Clay County 4-H Horse and Pony Hippology Team include (front row, from left) Holli Jones, Sarah Mann, Catherine Bridges, (back) Chyenne Burton, McKenna Jones, Anna Hughes, Kascha Smith and Hannah Stewart. Not pictured: Lauren Reberger. Courtesy Photo.
Clay County's 4-H Horse and Pony Hippology Team competed in the area competition Feb. 14, in Greencastle.

Hippology is the study of horses and the competition includes a written test, judging a horse class, slides, stations and a verbal team problem.

The junior team of Kascha Smith, Chyenne Burton, Catherine Bridges, Holli Jones and McKenna Jones finished first place in the Horse Bowl competition and second in the Hippology competition in their division.

The senior team of Anna Hughes, Lauren Reberger and Hannah Stewart placed third in their division.

Junior member Kascha Smith placed fifth overall and senior member Hannah Stewart finished second overall in their respective divisions.

The teams will now head to the state competition at Purdue University March 28.


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Way to go ~ another fine group of 4-Her's from Clay County ~ Good Luck at the State competition~!

-- Posted by karebabe on Thu, Mar 12, 2009, at 7:30 AM


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