November 2013 Issue - page 6

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November 2013
PENNSYLVANIA EQUESTRIAN
The second annual Open
Horse Show at the Keystone
International Livestock Exhibition
drew more than 240 exibitors and
400 equines to the Farm Show
Complex in Harrisburg September
28-29. The two-day event is the
largest open horse show in Penn-
sylvania and offers equine enthusi-
asts of all ages and disciplines an
opportunity to spotlight their skills
at KILE, the largest livestock
exposition on the East Coast.
More than 3,100 entries from
eight states participated in classes
including western, trail, hunter
under saddle and sidesaddle.
This year, the event featured
an expanded class list as well as
Circuit Awards and cash prizes
for eligible horse and rider pairs.
Judges were Debbie White,
Dover, Del.; Scott Buckwalter,
Landisburg, Pa.; Leslie Post,
Wayne, Pa.; Jerre Frankhouser,
Lititz, Pa.; and Tammy Braham,
Grove City, Pa.
Circuit Awards:
Open Western Champi-
on–Mariah Pensyl, Ebony Only,
Buffalo Mills, Pa.
Open English Champion–
Rachel Stevens, TMF Son of an
Angel, Waynesboro, Pa.
Hunter Champion–Ann Ger-
rard, Scoreboard Sales, Without
Me, Pottstown, Pa.
Youth Western Champi-
on–Mariah Pensyl, Ebony Only,
Buffalo Mills, Pa.
Youth English Champion–
Maggi Mahonski, RR Invited
Forever-1, Sayre, Pa.
The Keystone International
Livestock Exposition features more
than 4,000 animals, including beef
cattle, horses, sheep and pigs.
KILE Open
Horse Show
Draws 400
Horses
1,2,3,4,5 7,8,9,10,11,12,13,14,15,16,...40
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