Ponoka area riders show their award certificates after the ceremony at the Alberta Horse Trials Association on Saturday Oct. 26.

Area ladies win recognition in equine sports

Several ladies from Ponoka area won awards from the Alberta Horse Trials Association Saturday October 26th.

Several ladies from Ponoka area won awards from the Alberta Horse Trials Association Saturday October 26th.

• Shelby Freisen won Preliminary Upgrading Award on “Stormin Norman”

• Kianna Green won Regular Entry Champion on “Tango Papa”

• Hannah Sim won Regular Pre-Training Reserve Champion on “Sierra-Lynn”

• Kendyl Stretch won Regular Training Reserve Champion on “Shotgun Express”

• Caroline Smith won Advanced Champion on “Tessa”

• Amy West won Preliminary Reserve Champion on “ Indy”

All of these winners are coached by Amy West, Jamie Hoffman and Angie Golley of Extreme Stables east of Ponoka.

— Submitted


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