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FIRST SHOW JULY 30, 2011

Our first show was really fun! We kept it short and sweet, because we were under a heat advisory, having only 4 costume classes and 2 trail classes.

Angela Norton (Diamond Magic Arabians) was our judge for all events. Angela did a great job and we appreciate her coming out to participate in our first show ever!

Hannah (aka Miss Blondie) was our ring steward and she did an outstanding job. If anyone got a shot of Hannah, (who was armed with 3 and 4 cameras) please send it to me so i can post it.  Thanks Hannah!

This group is our kids Native Costume Class.  We are just starting up, so each class only had four or five entrants, but that didn't stop us all from having a really great time! You should have seen how cute these kidos looked all dressed up in their indian costumes on their painted ponies!  Could anything be more fun than pretending outloud?

 

This little sister was our only contestant in the Frontier Costume Class, but she didn't mind taking that blue ribbon home!

                                        Congratulations to Kiera Oliver!

 

     Everyone's costume was just great! The next few pictures are some of our kids in their native costumes.  Each one deserved a blue ribbon!

     Lizzie Garrett on Romeo 

 

     Stasha Garrett on Sassy 

 

      Maegan Raibourn on Navajo Girl 

 

   Mr. Andy Raibourn, being led by Debra Howard. That squaw afollowing is Andy's granny, Marilyn Raibourn. She was smiling so much she could hardly keep up!  It is very rewarding to see your kids and grandkids having so much good clean fun! Who doesn't love to play cowboys and indians? 

       This is little Kiera Oliver, being led by her granny, Rhonda Houck.

 

 

 

              Marilyn Raibourn not only brought her three grandchildren to the show, she competed herself.  This is her native american costume. Wish you could see the rabbit leggings she had on. really looked authentic!

 

 

This is the adult native costume class.

 

     In spite of the fact that it was hot and a little dusty, we all had a good time. Everyone felt as if they had learned alot, and the kids were proud of their medals and ribbons.  It was a great way to spend a summer evening!

     Hope next time, our members who could not attend will be able to join us.  We invite everyone who is a horse lover and would like to come to contact us.

     Until next time, go in a good way.




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