Blanscet reserve champ in speed events; Cleveland 4th in futurity

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The 50th annual Texas 4-H Horse Show was held in Abilene the week of July 22-28.  Ten 4-H members from Clay County attended.

Katie Jo Blanscet earned reserve champion in speed events after placing fourth in pole bending and fifth in the stakes race.  Skee Burkes placed third in reining.  In cutting, Mikayla Graham placed fourth, Kelsie Whalen placed seventh and Burkes placed ninth. Tanner Hampton also competed in the cutting competition. Burkes also placed seventh in working cow horse.  Josey Cleveland was fourth overall with her 3 year-old futurity horse.

Also representing Clay County 4-H were Cassie Pickett, Kalico Burkes, Kelli Forester, Kasey Taylor and Marley Tate.

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