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4-H members compete in District horse show

June 13, 2013

4-Hers from 21 counties put their horse knowledge to the test at the Northeast District 4-H Horse Show in Oktibbeha County on Wednesday.

Through non-riding competitions, such as horse bowl, hippology, public speaking and team demonstrations, 4-Hers showcased a set of skills they gained from hitting the books instead of the arena. LaTrell Stokes, Oktibbeha County 4-H Family Consumer Science agent, said the non-riding competitions offered an opportunity for 4-Hers to cultivate social and leadership skills they would carry forth in future endeavors.

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