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2015 Eastern National 4-H Horse Roundup

The Results are in!

Horse Roundup Benton County team

Sixteen Oregon 4-H youth traveled to Kentucky, November 6-8 of this year to compete in the Eastern National 4-H Horse Roundup.  The event was held at the Kentucky Fair and Exposition Center in Louisville.  Oregon was represented by Wallowa County in Horse Bowl, Douglas County in Hippology, Benton County in Judging, Washington County for individual presentation, Coos County for Team Presentation and Benton County for Public Speaking.


Public Speaking Contest - Martina Nicole Vega placed 7th - Benton

Individual Presentation Contest - Lindsey Stimpson placed 5th - Washington

Roundup team at Churchill DownsTeam Communications - Oregon placed 6th

Horse Judging Contest - Isabella Chaney placed 6th - Benton

High Team Conformation - Oregon placed 8th

Individual Reasons - Isabella Chaney placed 5th - Benton

Team Reasons - Oregon placed 8th

Team Overall - Oregon placed 9th

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