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Another successful Benalto Horse Show enjoyed by many

Close to 80 participants enjoyed a wonderful sunny day at Benalto Horse Show on July 5 and 6.

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Close to 80 participants enjoyed a wonderful sunny day at Benalto Horse Show on July 5 and 6.

As always, there was a good showing of young riders, but also an increase in the number of adults participating this year.

Once again, local sponsorships, community participation and the hard work by Benalto Agricultural Society combined to result in a wonderful show.

The majority of riders were our very own hometown guys and gals, but riders came from as far away as Edmonton (north), Cayley (south), and Rumsey (east).

Congratulations to Benalto Horse Show High Point winners: Adult High Point – Amber Vick and Mizzy; 14-17 High Point – Mackenzie Skeels and Master Kiowa Jac; 11-13 High Point – Rachel Devet and Maverick; 10-and-Under High Point – Jewel Pollock and Buddee.

 

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