Kansas Ridge celebrates season

Kansas Ridge Riders Gymkhana Club celebrated another successful season


Kansas Ridge Riders Gymkhana Club celebrated another successful season by honouring the seasons high point winners.

Peewee (8 and under): First, Sheraton Giesbrecht; second, Julia Holtkamp; third, Madeline Jones.

Junior (9 -12): First, Triana Hohn; second, Hailey Holtkamp; third, Maija Weening; fourth, Jada Holtkamp; fifth, Amaris Weening

Intermediate (13-17): first, Martina Holtkamp; second, Courtney Holtkamp.

Adult: First, Nikki Ree; second, Tammy Maddox; third, Natalie Ree; fourth, Darla Hohn.

Throughout the year members practised and competed in timed events including barrel racing, pole bending, stake race, flag picking and thread the needle. Membership in the club grew to 65 riding members ranging in age from two years old to 60. Members wrapped a great year of riding and fellowship by enjoying a potluck supper followed by awards.

The club enjoyed well groomed grounds this year thanks to the Rimbey Ag Society. Next season is set to begin in May. Watch the Rimbey Review Community Events for information.

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