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Wilson County Junior Livestock Show Horse Show results


Wilson County Junior Livestock Show Horse Show results
Macensey Clark — Champion of Champions, champion gelding, and champion junior showmanship — Photos courtesy of Photographs By Jim/photographsbyjim.com


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Macensey Clark led the way in the 2013 Wilson County Junior Livestock Show Horse Show, winning Champion of Champions honors. The event was held Jan. 19 in the Wilson County Show Barn in Floresville, and has served as the opening of the Junior Livestock Show since 2010.

Macensey won multiple times throughout the event, including champion junior showmanship honors for ages 8-11; and her horse entry earned champion gelding.

Kimberlyn Crisp earned champion senior showmanship honors for ages 15-18. Her horse entry earned reserve champion gelding.

Rachel Miksch rounded out the showmanship top honors in the intermediate showmanship division (12-14 years).

Horse Show results for the Wilson County
Junior Livestock Show


Junior In Hand Trail
1. Katlyn Leasman
2. Macensey Clark
3. Christi Carter
4. Brennin Cardenas
Intermediate In Hand Trail
1. Breighanna Urdahl
2. Rachel Miksch
3. Tracey Bieck
4. Laura Balboa
5. Audriana Flores
6. Taylor LaBarbera
Senior In Hand Trail
1. Morgan Box
2. Amber Williams
3. Madison Poe
4. Patrick LaBarbera
5. Scott Cardenas
Mares 1-2 Years Old
1. Tracey Beick
Mares 3-5 Years Old
1. Cameron Clark
2. Taylor LaBarBera
3. Casey Smith
Mares 6 Years and Older
1. Kaylee Debraska
2. Rachel Miksch
3. Patrick LaBarbera
4. Katlyn Leasman
5. Madison Poe
6. Audriana Flores
Champion Mare --
Cameron Clark
Reserve Champion Mare -- Kaylee Debraska
Geldings 1-2 Years Old
-- no entries
Geldings 3-5 Years Old
1. Kimberlyn Crisp
2. Christi Carter
Geldings 6 Years & Older
1. Macensey Clark
2. Breighanna Urdahl
3. Christi Carter
4. Kaylee DeBraska
5. Laura Balboa
6. Tracey Bieck
Champion Gelding --
Macensey Clark
Reserve Champion Gelding -- Kimberlyn Crisp
Champion of Champions -- Macensey Clark
Junior Showmanship
Champion - Macensey Clark
Res. Champion - Christi Carter
3. Katlyn Leasman
4. Kali Cutsinger
5. Rinoa Rough
6. Brennin Cardenas
Intermediate Showmanship
Champion - Rachel Miksch
Res. Champion - Breighanna Urdahl
3. Audriana Flores
4. Taylor LaBarbera
5. Laura Balboa
6. Tracey Bieck
Senior Showmanship
Champion - Kimberlyn Crisp
Res. Champion - Madison Poe
3. Morgan Box
4. Patrick LaBarbera
5. Amber Williams
6. Scott Cardenas
Junior Stock Horse Pleasure
1. Macensey Clark
2. Katlyn Leasman
3. Brennin Cardenas
Intermediate Stock Horse Pleasure
1. Rachel Miksch
2. Breighanna Urdahl
3. Kaylee DeBraska
Senior Stock Horse Pleasure
1. Kimberlyn Crisp
2. Patrick LaBarbera
3. Scott Cardenas
The horsemen competed in a number of events including in-hand trail and stock horse pleasure. See list for the complete list of honors.
 

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