Wednesday, October 5, 2005

Sagebrush riders on top in Filer

Horse show winners

Senior Division (ages 16-18) competitor Amy Stoll of the Sagebrush Riders 4-H Horse Club captured the Overall High Point Senior Division title and High Point Junior Division championship Sept. 24 in Filer.

Competing with riders from eight south-central Idaho counties at Twin Falls County Fairgrounds, Stoll captured six first places, three second places and three third places. In all, there were 62 competitors in the District III Horse Show

Five other Sagebrush Riders competed at Filer. They were Ashley Rendahl, Hannah Thacker, Latner Straley, Elizabeth Cameron and Jake Thacker. Here are results:

Amy Stoll (Senior Division 15-18): 1sts—Freestyle Reining, Junior Horse Reining, Bareback Equitation, Barrel Racing, Pole Bending and Trail. 2nds—English Equitation/Hunt Seat Equitation, Western Horsemanship/Equitation and Junior Horse Western Pleasure. 3rds—Western Pleasure, Working Ranch Horse and Showmanship. 4ths—English Pleasure/Hunter Under Saddle.

Ashley Rendahl (Senior Division 15-18): 2nds—Freestyle Reining and Hunter Hack/Equitation Over Fences.

Hannah Thacker (Intermediate 12-14): 1sts—Barrel Racing. 2nds—Bareback Equitation and Western Pleasure.

Latner Straley (Intermediate 12-14): 1sts—Western Reining. 5ths—Barrel Racing.

Elizabeth Cameron (Junior II 10-11): 1sts—English Equitation/Hunt Seat Equitation. 2nds—Showmanship and Western Pleasure. 3rds—Bareback Equitation.

Jake Thacker (Junior I 8-9): 1sts—Western Pleasure. 2nds—Western Horsemanship/Equitation. 5ths—Showmanship.

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