Emma Cater 4-H win

Earning ribbons in the Junior Division (ages 11-13) at the annual 4-H state horse judging contest, July 8, in New Haven were (left to right): Addie Ploof, Westford; Emma Cater, Colchester; Emma Sibley, Milton; Jillian Murdough, Essex Junction; Logan Claypool, Milton; Annabel Carson, South Londonderry; Kelsey Paradee, Swanton; and Karson Cook, Georgia. Missing from photo: Seanna Erickson, Florence, and Madison Markwell, Greenfield, Massachusetts. 

NEW HAVEN — Horse-savvy 4-H'ers had a chance to demonstrate their knowledge of all things equine last week at the Addison County Fair and Field Days.

The events, held July 7-9, were sponsored by University of Vermont Extension 4-H and were open to all interested Vermont 4-H club members.

Colchester’s Emma Cater rode away with championships and other special awards in her age group. Congratulations!

Advanced Beginner English Champion - 4-H Horse Show

Junior Gymkhana Reserve - 4-H Horse Show

Eighth Place - Horse Judging Contest, junior division

Eighth Place - Horse Quiz Bowl, junior division

Emma Cater 4-H win

Showing off the ribbons they won in the Junior Division (11-13 year-olds) at the state 4-H horse quiz bowl, July 7 in New Haven were: Front row (left to right): Jillian Murdough, Essex Junction (first); Annabel Carson, South Londonderry (second); Addie Ploof, Westford (third); Logan Claypool, Milton (fourth); Piper Thompson, Hinesburg (fifth). Back row: Seanna Erickson, Florence (sixth); Rose Ouimet, Castleton (seventh); Emma Cater, Colchester (eighth); Samantha Provost, Milton (ninth); Charlotte Thompson, Castleton (tenth).

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