4-H PeeWee Horsemanship…

Molly Theos, right, leads Lukas Coryell around the poles in one part of the 4-H PeeWee Horsemanship Class. For the youngest riders, they are allowed to be led around the obstacle course; not so for the older riders. The class was held Saturday on the far north track at the Rio Blanco County Fairgrounds in Meeker as one of the opening events for the fair.
Molly Theos, right, leads Lukas Coryell around the poles in one part of the 4-H PeeWee Horsemanship Class. For the youngest riders, they are allowed to be led around the obstacle course; not so for the older riders. The class was held Saturday on the far north track at the Rio Blanco County Fairgrounds in Meeker as one of the opening events for the fair.
Molly Theos, right, leads Lukas Coryell around the poles in one part of the 4-H PeeWee Horsemanship Class. For the youngest riders, they are allowed to be led around the obstacle course; not so for the older riders. The class was held Saturday on the far north track at the Rio Blanco County Fairgrounds in Meeker as one of the opening events for the fair.