Spooky fun at Boundary Halloween Horse Show

A good time was had by participants and spectators at the Boundary Horse Association Halloween Horse Show held on October 19th and 20th.

Amanda (left) and her mother Shauna Fojt pose with their respective horses Dakota and Trouble but Fun at the Boundary Horse Association’s Halloween show on Sunday.

A good time was had by participants and spectators at the Boundary Horse Association Halloween Horse Show held on October 19th and 20th.  Beautiful horses, wonderful costumes, fun, food and glorious sunshine made for a memorable weekend.  Events included Dressage, Hunter and Jumper Classes, English and Western General Performance, Costume Class, Spooky Mountain Trail and Gymkana.  There was lots of cheering for the dog and horse teams racing against the clock in the fast and furious Hoof & Woof agility competition.  Boundary Horse Association – Halloween Show Resuls:October 19 & 20Pee Wee  (Age 8 and under) Champion            Kylee Espenhain     riding Maximus PrimeReserve Champion    Mimi Orr    riding MagicPee Wee Gymkana            Champion            Taylor-Rae Cudworth    riding LatteeReserve Champions    Emily Rooke riding Pixie Dust   and   Marissa Henshaw riding Leroy18 and UnderChampion            Lydia MacLellan ridingReserve Champion    Aezia Orr    riding BellaGymkana JuniorChampion            Portia-Rose Dagg    riding Tejonnas God SierraReserve Champion    Aezia Orr    riding LeeLo                    Walk Trot ClassesChampion            Lara Kalnin    riding DreamerReserve Champion    Ashley Knapp   riding American Joey19 and OverChampion            Merna Boltz     riding Royal King ZantanonReserve Champion    Rebecca Horkoff     riding StarGymkana SeniorChampion            Toni Long     riding RebaReserve Champion    Toni Long     riding Cayenne English Dressage JuniorChampion            Amanda Fojt      riding DakotaReserve Champion    Calla Kalnin      riding TynanEnglish Dressage SeniorChampion            Virginia Peters     riding Pauloski’s PrideReserve Champion    Merna Boltz    riding Royal King ZantanonHunter – 18 and UnderChampion            Freya Orr     riding PrimroseReserve Champion    Calla Kalnin    riding TynanHunter – 19 and OverChampion            Virginia Peters    riding Pauloski’s PrideReserve Champion    Shawna Fojt       riding Trouble But FunJumper – JuniorChampion            Freya Orr   riding PrimroseReserve Champion    Aezia Orr  riding   BellaJumper – SeniorChampion             Shawna Fojt    riding  Trouble But FunReserve Champion    Virginia Peters  riding Pauloski’s PrideSuper Horse AwardMerna Boltz     riding Royal King Zantanon

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