QA Fair English horse show ex­pands

Open show added

Record Observer - - News - By DOUG BISHOP dbishop@kibay­times.com

CEN­TRE­VILLE — The Queen Anne’s County Fair English 4-H and open shows took place Tues­day, Aug. 9. The open show was a first­time ad­di­tion to the equine of­fer­ings at fair. The open show al­lows for ad­di­tional en­tries beyond 4-H mem­bers. Many of the 4-H’ers did both the 4-H and open classes.

The judge for the English show was Sandy Wein­re­ich of Park­ton (Bal­ti­more County). Wein­re­ich is a “carded judge” in sev­eral dif­fer­ent breed reg­istries, in­clud­ing Amer­i­can Quar­ter Horse As­so­ca­tion and Ponies of Amer­ica. She travels the na­tion judg­ing shows.

Of the English show, Wein­re­ich said, “I’m blessed to do a shows like this county fair. Not only do I get to in­tro­duce the val­ues of agri­cul­ture to the 4-H chil­dren who are show­ing, but to the spec­ta­tors who come to watch. My job in­cludes help­ing ev­ery­one to learn more about the sport. Judg­ing at county fairs is my fa­vorite place to serve. I ap­pre­ci­ate all the vol­un­teers that help put on th­ese won­der­ful fairs. This is a great ex­pe­ri­ence for all who come.”

In past years, Wein­re­ich has judged at the Ce­cil County Fair and Delaware State Fair, and last year, she judged the New York State Fair horse show.

Com­ment­ing about the eques­trian skill lev­els at the QA Fair English show, “There are a num­ber of rid­ers who are very tal­ented and I could see that some have been show­ing at dif­fer­ent breed shows,” said Wein­re­ich. “I could also see there are many who are just start­ing out as eques­tri­ans in 4-H. Re­gard­less of their level right now, what’s most im­por­tant is that they learn to im­prove and do bet­ter, learn sports­man­ship and learn ca­ma­raderie with oth­ers they’re here with. The county fair should most cer­tainly be fun!”

The English show in­cluded flat and jump­ing classes. All hal­ter classes were re­served for the open show held on Thurs­day.

Fol­low­ing are the show re­sults: Jr. English Horse­man­ship 4-H 1. Sophia Kolobow 2. Ania Haynes 3. Ju­lia Haynes 4. Ni­co­letta Mood 5. Aliya Shi­ley 6. Rylie Lowe Jr. English Plea­sure Seat 4-H 1. Sophia Kolobow 2. Ania Haynes 3. Ju­lia My­ers 4. Alyssa Jas­tram 5. Ju­lia Haynes 6. Aliya Shi­ley Jr. English Com­mand 4-H 1. Sophia Kolobow 2. Alyssa Jas­tram 3. Ju­lia My­ers 4. Ju­lia Haynes 5. Ania Haynes 6. Aliya Shi­ley Jr. English Horse­man­ship Open 1. Sophia Kolobow 2. Alyssa Jas­tram 3. Ania Haynes 4. Ju­lia Haynes 5. Ju­lia My­ers Jr. English Plea­sure Seat Open 1. Sophia Kolobow 2. Ania Haynes 3. Alyssa Jas­tram 4. Ju­lia My­ers 5. Ju­lia Haynes Jr. English Com­mand Open 1. Sophia Kolobow 2. Ania Haynes 3. Ju­lia My­ers 4. Ju­lia Haynes 5. Gree Pol­lock 6. Alyssa Jas­tram Int. English Horse­man­ship 4-H 1. Ash­ley Bul­lock 2. Sydni Brown 3. Danielle Urian 4. Ash­lee Dilling 5. Bre­anna Mood 6. Al­lie Mi­liner Int. English Plea­sure Seat 4-H 1. Ash­ley Bul­lock 2. Sydni Brown 3. Ash­lee Dilling 4. Bre­anna Mood 5. Ella Peters 6. Danille Urian Int. English Com­mand 4-H 1, Ella Peters 2. Ash­ley Bul­lock 3. Sadie Peters 4. Bre­anna Mood 5. Sydni Brown 6. Ash­lee Dilling Int. English Horse­man­ship Open 1. Ash­ley Bul­lock 2. Danielle Urain 3. Sydni Brown 4. Chris­tiana Mood Int. English Plea­sure Seat Open 1. Ash­ley Bul­lock 2. Sydni Brown 3. Chris­tiana Mood 4. Danielle Urain Int. English Com­mand Open 1. Chris­tiana Mood 2. Ash­ley Bul­lock 3. Danielle Urain

The first English rid­ing class of the day, Tues­day, Au­gust 9 — Jr. 4-H Horse­man­ship with 9 com­peti­tors, ages 8 — 10.

In­ter­me­di­ate 4-H’er Al­lie Mi­liner of Sudlersville rode her Paint horse in the In­ter­me­di­ate Plea­sure Seat com­pe­ti­tion dur­ing the QA Fair English horse show, Tues­day, Au­gust 9.

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