First place for Shadow Riders’ senior drill team

Benalto Shadow Riders 4-H members had another successful year as they wrapped up with their regional horse show

BY TAYLOR MASTERS

Benalto Shadow Riders 4-H members had another successful year as they wrapped up with their regional horse show in Red Deer on May 31-June1st.

Members of the club enjoyed a weekend full of fun competition. The club entered two drill teams into the annual competition this year.

The club was excited as their junior drill team came home with fifth place and their senior drill team came home with first place.

The club would like to thank all of their instructors and clinicians who have helped them improve throughout the year.

The club will continue to fundraise throughout the summer.

Achievement day was a great success as members celebrated the year’s accomplishments.

If you are interested in joining the Shadow Riders 4-H club for the coming year, registration day is Sept. 14th at the Benalto Ag grounds from 1-3 p.m.

 

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