Tri-County Riding Club Awards Night results

Staff reporter

Following are the year-end winners of each competitive category of the Tri-County Riding Club along with the overall high point awards. All winners received new blankets.

Senior High Point: western pleasure, Ellen Caouette; gymkhana, Elaine Regnier.

Adult High Point: western pleasure, Sherry Tweedle; gymkhana, Sherry Tweedle.

Junior B High Point: western pleasure, Kailey Bergmann; gymkhana, Kailey Bergmann.

Junior A high Point: western pleasure, Brayden Regnier; gymkhana, Brayden Regnier.

Leadline High Point: western pleasure, Mikayla Lee; gymkhana, Mikayla Lee.

Novice Class High Point: western pleasure, Laura Lee; gymkhana, Kim Dennis.

Senior winner: Ellen Caouette

Adult winner: Sherry Tweedle

Junior B winner: Kailey Bergmann

Junior A winner: Brayden Regnier

Leadline winner: Mikayla Lee

Novice winner: Laura Lee

The re-organizational meeting of the Tri-County Riding Club is Jan. 16 at the Wind in the Willows conference room in Buck Lake beginning at 1 p.m.

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