Novice horse show a stepping stone
Monday, July 26, 2010 | 11:37 p.m. CDT;
updated 11:47 a.m. CDT, Tuesday, July 27, 2010
The novice youth and amateur horse show had approximately 20 participants in over more than 40 different shows at the Midway Exposition Center on Saturday and Sunday. Participants vied for the ultimate prize — a belt buckle worth over $150, according to Janice Klenke, the show secretary.
COLUMBIA — Approximately 20 novice amateur and youth horse riders showed their horses at the Midway Exposition Center last weekend, according to the show secretary, Janice Klenke. The judges watched over 40 rounds of classes from inside the ring where the horses performed on different levels. Participants were judged based on their presentation alongside their horses. The American Quarter Horse Association and the Missouri Quarter Horse Association sponsored the event, which lasted from Saturday until Sunday. Klenke said two belt buckles — valued at $150 each — and four horse trophies were given as prizes on Sunday.
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