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South Dakota 4-H members compete in horse show

BROOKINGS, S.D. -- The South Dakota State 4-H Horse Show in Huron had 998 entries in Performance, Showmanship, Equitation and Timed Events and 166 entries in Youth in Action events including horse quiz bowl, hippology, public speaking and demonst...

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BROOKINGS, S.D. - The South Dakota State 4-H Horse Show in Huron had 998 entries in Performance, Showmanship, Equitation and Timed Events and 166 entries in Youth in Action events including horse quiz bowl, hippology, public speaking and demonstrations and horse judging from 340 youth participants. Champion senior teams from the Youth in Action contests in hippology and quiz bowl qualified to participate in the Western National Roundup in January in Denver. Qualifying teams were: Brown County Hippology team: Joellen Gonsoir, Megan Malsam and Trey Wright. Roberts County Quiz Bowl team: Morgan Janish, Derek Petersen, Kendra Currence and Valerie Moen. Sarah Vos of Pennington County took top honors in public speaking. Wyatt Stevens of Jerauld County was the top senior horse judging participant. Cassandra Townsend of Brown County was the top junior horse judge; and Camille Hohn of Minnehaha County was the top beginner horse judge.

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