4-H students compete in horse judging contest

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Chester County 4-H members competed in the 4-H Horse Judging event at Triple P Arena on April 14. Placing fifth in the Junior Division were Emma Beth Stinson, William Davis, Tony Lee, Anna Tucker and Jesse McPeak. Placing 11th in the Junior Division were Christopher Davis, Alayna Williams and Melissa Wyatt. William Davis was recognized for being the sixth highest placing individual.

On Thursday, April 14, eight students from the Chester County 4-H program competed in the 4-H Horse Judging event at Triple P Arena. This was the first time many of these students competed in any 4-H event. The purpose of the 4-H Horse Judging event is to develop the student’s ability to evaluate equine animals. It provides youth with the opportunity to demonstrate their knowledge of equine conformation and performance. Congratulations to Emma Beth Stinson, William Davis, Tony Lee, Anna Tucker and Jesse McPeake for placing fifth in the Junior Division. William Davis was also recognized for being the sixth high placing individual. Congratulations also to Christopher Davis, Alayna Williams and Melissa Wyatt for placing 11th in the Junior High Division.

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