Big Valley sisters compete in province

Successful rider– Madison Sereda received several awards at the first provincial 4-H horse show held at Old last month.

Two Big Valley sisters won awards and congratulations for their successful performance at the first provincial 4-H Horse Show which took place at Olds, AB in August.

Madison Sereda (16) and Charlene Sereda (14) placed first in several categories at the Aug. 10-12 show at Olds Megadome.

Madison was declared the highpoint winner in Western Classes (level 5)and reserve high point winner in gymkhana (level 5). She also took the title of reserve high point winner in yearling showmanship and lunge line categories.

As for Charlene, she received the title of reserve high point winner in Western Classes category (level 4).

Participation to the show of 4-H horse clubs in central Alberta was coordinated by the Three Hills Wranglers Horse Club.

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