Those that qualified at the District level and made their way to the "State Horse Show" were; Emily Elsbree, from the Navigators 4H Club, showing in Novice Reining with Light it Up Rosalie.
Emily Ferguson, from the Endless Mtns. 4H Club, showing in Pony Western Pleasure and Pony Trail, with Cinnamon Dreams. She placed 8th in Pony Pleasure.
Tricia Hojnowski, from the Endless Mtns 4H Club, showing in Pleasure Pony Driving with Hojo Perky Princess Pixie, placing 10th, and showing and placing 9th in Cutback as well as riding to a 6th place finish in Raised Box Keyhole with Stormy.
Toni Nickeson, who belongs to the Giddy-Up Gang, rode in Western Trail and Pleasure Horse Driving with Unzipped and Exposed. She also showed in Mini Horse driving with Sir Newts Sweetheart.
Ruby Sarnosky, belonging to the Patriot Porkers, competed in Junior Pony Barrels and Junior Pony Poles on her paint Chloe.
Anna Payne of the Endless Mtns. 4H Club, drove her way to a 4th place ribbon with Iris RFW in the Pleasure Pony class accompanied by Max Weed. Anna also showed Iris in Western Showmanship Class. Anna also drove her miniature horse Prince in the Mini Driving class.
It was a wonderful display of many disciplines of riding. Decorations from each county made the event even more festive than the gleaming horses, saddles and shinning harnesses.
Each member had an opportunity to show with 4H members from every county in the state of Pennsylvania.
Bradford County can be proud of the 6 young horsewomen that represented the horse and pony clubs that make up the Bradford County Horse and Pony 4H. The 2016 Horse season will be here before we know it. If you are interested in 4H Please call the Towanda Extension office at 570-265-2896 for more information.