The Polk County 4-H Bridle Bunch Club recently participated in the State Horsebowl Competition, which took place at St. Andrews College in Laurinburg, N.C. The senior team placed third overall. Bradley Kay took first place in the halter class, second place overall in reasons and 10th place in the performance class. Bradley also took second place overall for the whole event. Katie Spurling was eighth overall in the halter class. Abbie Jennings was seventh overall in the halter class. Bridle Bunch Club members, left to right, Katie Spurling, Kaylie Jennings, Bradley Kay, Abbie Jennings and Jessica Spurling. (photo submitted by Helen Clark)
The Polk County 4-H Bridle Bunch Club recently participated in the State Horsebowl Competition, which took place at St. Andrews College in Laurinburg, N.C. The senior team placed third overall. Bradley Kay took first place in the halter class, second place overall in reasons and 10th place in the performance class. Bradley also took second place overall for the whole event. Katie Spurling was eighth overall in the halter class. Abbie Jennings was seventh overall in the halter class. Bridle Bunch Club members, left to right, Katie Spurling, Kaylie Jennings, Bradley Kay, Abbie Jennings and Jessica Spurling. (photo submitted by Helen Clark)

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Bridle Bunch wins third at Horsebowl

Published 8:57am Tuesday, April 23, 2013

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