The following 4-H Youth Development article printed in the Oldham Era.
2018 Kentucky State 4-H Horse Contest
On June 7 and 8, eleven 4-H’ers represented Oldham County at the 2018 Kentucky State 4-H Horse Contest in Lexington.
Oldham County 4-H’s Junior Horse Bowl team (Peyton Ash, Sydney Ash, Emily Altsman, and Carrie Olds) won first place. In the individual competition, Peyton earned third, and Carrie took fifth place.
In the Hippology contest, 4-H’ers test their equine veterinary and management knowledge. The Oldham County 4-H Junior Hippology team was made up of Harper Ash, Peyton Ash, Sydney Cobb, and Carrie Olds. The team placed first in the written section, first in stations, and first in judging, taking first place in the overall competition. Sydney took first in individual performance, Carrie second, and Peyton third.
The Junior Horse Judging team placed third in team performance, fourth in team halter, and second overall. Peyton Ash, Caecilia Isenhart, Freya Isenhart, and Carrie Olds made up the Junior Horse Judging team. Caecilia also won fifth place in performance and first overall. In the senior division, Beth Huffman placed eighth in individual performance.
Oldham County 4-H’ers also took home several awards in the art competitions. In black and white photography, Ida Isenhart earned first place, Caecilia Isenhart took third, and Freya Isenhart came in tenth. Ella Olds won third place for her posed and candid photos as well as third place in art kits and patterns. Carrie Olds took third placed in original art. In equipment, Harper Ash won fifth place. Peyton Ash’s junior presentation earned second place, and her sewing project won third.
Oldham County is proud of the fantastic efforts displayed by our 4-H’ers!
Written by Lauren Fernandez, Oldham County Extension Staff Assistant. Reviewed by Kelly Woods, Oldham County 4-H Agent.
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