Orange County 4-H Horse Program Excellence – New Jersey Herald

September 16, 2019 - Comment

OTISVILLE — The 4-H Horse Program of Orange County surpassed the judge’s expectations during the first 4-H Fair & Family Festival held July 26-28 at Cornell Cooperative Extension Orange County’s Education Center & 4-H Park in Otisville as well as the New York State Fair held Aug. 21 – Sept. 1 in Syracuse. The 4-H


OTISVILLE — The 4-H Horse Program of Orange County surpassed the judge’s expectations during the first 4-H Fair & Family Festival held July 26-28 at Cornell Cooperative Extension Orange County’s Education Center & 4-H Park in Otisville as well as the New York State Fair held Aug. 21 – Sept. 1 in Syracuse.

The 4-H Horse Program youth must excel at one qualifying horse show in the county as well as receive blue ribbons in order to compete at the New York State Fair against other youth in the state.

Cornell Cooperative Extension Orange County would like to congratulate the following for their overall achievements at the 4-H Fair & Family Festival as well as at the New York State Fair.

4-H Fair & Family Festival Stats:

Master Showman – Catherine Doyle

Senior English/Western: Champion – Sydney Waltenberg-O’Brien

Reserve Champion – Catherine Doyle

Junior English/Western: Champion – Cora Farley

Reserve Champion – Samantha Budney

Novice Combined- Champion – Brinley Zanosky

Reserve Champion – Nicolette Scott

Walk/Trot/Jog – Champion – Samantha Parr

Reserve Champion – Kelly Imhoff

Gymkhana: Champion – Ciara Meade

Reserve Champion – Viola Thibodeaux

High Point Dressage: 1st – Catherine Doyle

2nd– Brinley Zamosky

Royal Brinessa Sportsmanship Award – Fiona Varley

Stable Management – Country Kickers

Club Trophy – Trail Blazers

Ernie Young Trophy – Brinley Zamosky

New York State Fair Stats – Orange County Youth

Training Level Test 1

Sydney Waltenberg-OBrien- 2nd place

Class: 103 – Training Level Test 2 – Senior

Catherine Doyle – 1st place

Sydney Waltenberg-OBrien – 3rd place

Class: 104 – Training Level Test 2 – Junior

Cora Farley – 10th place

Class: 105 – Dressage Equitation – Senior

Catherine Doyle – 2nd place

Hope Connolly – 7th place

Sydney Waltenberg-OBrien – 8th place

Class: 106 – Dressage Equitation – Junior

Catherine Lola Seijas -3rd place

Cora Farley – 4th place

Class: 107 – Training Level Test 3 – Senior

Catherine Doyle – 1st place

Class: 108 – Training Level Test 3 – Junior

Catherine Lola Seijas – 9th place

Class: 111 – First Level Test 2 – Senior

Hope Connolly- 1st place

Class: 113 – First Level Test 3 –Senior

Hope Connolly – 1st place

Class: 118 – Prix Caprilli, Senior

Hope Connolly – 1st place

Catherine Doyle – 2nd place

Class: 119 – Prix Caprilli, Junior

Catherine Lola Seijas – 1st place

Cora Farley – 3rd place

Class: 404 – Trail, Hunt Seat, Sr.

Hope Connolly – 6th Place

Class: 405 – Equitation on the Flat, Hunt Seat, Pony

Sydney Waltenberg-OBrien -5th place

Cora Farley- 6th

Class: 406 – Equitation on the Flat, Hunt Seat, Horse, Jr.

Catherine Lola Seijas – 2nd place

Class: 407 – Equitation on the Flat, Hunt Seat, Horse, Sr

Hope Connolly -2nd place

Class: 408 – Hunter under Saddle, Pony

Sydney Waltenberg-OBrien – 3rd place

Class: 411 – Hunt Pleasure, Pony

Sydney Waltenberg-OBrien – 1st place

Cora Farley -10thPlace

Class: 412 – Hunt Pleasure, Horse, Jr.

Catherine Lola Seijas – 1st place

Class: 414 – Hunter Hack, Pony

Cora Farley – 4th place

Salisbury, Madison – 9th place

Class: 415 – Hunter Hack, Jr

Catherine Lola Seijas – 8th place

Class: 416 – Hunter Hack, Sr.

Hope Connolly- 3rd Place

Class: 417 – Working Hunter, Pony

Sydney Waltenberg-OBrien – 8th place

Class: 418 – Equitation Over Fences, Pony

Sydney Waltenberg-OBrien – 1st place

The 4-H Horse Program promotes knowledge of horsemanship, responsibility, ethical equine use, care, and management. Youth who participate in 4-H horse programs develop life skills that include leadership, responsibility, sportsmanship, teamwork, community service, a positive attitude, and a sense of self-worth. 4-H Horse Youth will engage in a wide variety of projects, contests and events. “Without our volunteers and Horse Leader Association, the Orange County Horse Program would not be successful and we are so thankful for countless hours that our volunteers provide to make this program thrive,” said Maggie Smith, 4-H Animal Science Manager. For more information, contact Smith at 344-1234.

Are your children interested in horses? Check out our Horse Fun Day on Saturday, Nov. 2, from 9 a.m. – 1 p.m. at Northwind Horse Farm, Wallkill. For more details on the event, visit cceorangecounty.org.

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