The Hill Country Spurs 4-H Horse Judging Team of Blanco County competed in Katy, Texas for the Houston Livestock and Rodeo on March 7, 2011.
For Blanco County’s individual junior results, Rilee Moser captured fifteenth place, Avery Klepac took twenty-seventh, and Emily Masters earned forty-sixth out of 176 individuals.
In junior individual oral reasons, Ceslea Pattillo, Rilee Moser, and Avery Klepac placed twenty-seventh, fifty-third, and sixty-seventh respectively.
For junior overall teams, Blanco County’s Junior Team #1 (Rilee Moser, Avery Klepac, Emily Masters, and Ceslea Pattillo) won sixth place, Junior Team #2 ( Brenna and Addisyn Stueler and Shelby Matjeka) took thirty-second, and Team #3 (Aleigh Wessels, Kalli Dalland, and Willow Grote) finished thirty-fifth out of 57 teams.
On the senior side of overall individuals, Lydia Yachimski, Kendra Smith, Rachel Harlin, and Shelby Haynes ranked number 147, 189, 204, and 234 respectively out of 711 competitors for Blanco County.
In senior oral reasons, Kendra Smith, Breana Solis, and Rachel Harlin ranked number 29, 33, and 54 respectively out of 131 contenders.
For senior teams overall, Blanco County Team # 1 (Shelby Haynes, Rachel Harlin, Kendra Smith, and Lydia Yachimski) finished at forty-second out of 208 teams.
In oral reasons, Senior Team #1 took sixteenth and Team #2 (Kayla Scheidt, Breana Solis, and Amara Yachimski) placed nineteenth out of 47 teams.
Proud with the latest accomplishments, the club is grateful for the sponsors, volunteers and parents led by Traci Smith. For more information on horse judging with Blanco County’s Hill Country Spurs 4-H Club, go to www.hillcountryspurs.com.