RBC Fair: Horse Competition Results

The horse arena at the Rio Blanco County Fairgrounds in Meeker was a busy place Saturday from early morning to late evening as the horse show and all-around competition made for a full day.
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Three entries prepare for the Class 5 gelding lead class on Saturday morning.
Three entries prepare for the Class 5 gelding lead class on Saturday morning.

RBC I Below are the results of the 2014 Rio Blanco County Fair Horse Show Competition:

Team Roping, No. 1/Mixed/Century: first: Michayla Person and Bill Plummer; second: Kelsey Vroman and Brett Watson; and third: Erin Watson and Aaron Webster.
Team Roping No. 2/Switch Ender: first: Joe Wood and Brett Watson; second: Erin Watson and Bill Plummer; third: Travis Anderson and Lane Anderson.
Team Roping No. 3/JrSr/All Girls: first: Teresa Anderson and Lauren Urista; second: Rowdy Atwood and Kash Atwood.
Team Roping No. 4/All Youth: first: Andy Urista and Kash Atwood; second: LoriAnn Klinglesmith and Kash Atwood.

The horse arena at the Rio Blanco County Fairgrounds in Meeker was a busy place Saturday from early morning to late evening as the horse show and all-around competition made for a full day.
The horse arena at the Rio Blanco County Fairgrounds in Meeker was a busy place Saturday from early morning to late evening as the horse show and all-around competition made for a full day.

Team Roping No. 5/Open Roping: first: Rowdy Atwood and Travis Anderson; second: Kash Atwood and Ryan Vroman; and third: Ryan Vroman and Rowdy Atwood.
Hi-Point Awards Performances split into divisions and listed in order of champion, reserve champion:
PeeWee: Lea Wood and Cade Blunt; Junior: Deana Wood and Connor Blunt; Intermediate: Amber Elliott and Kenzie Turners; Senior: Kelten Burch and Taylor Elliott; adult: Tom Sharpe and Tammy Burch.
High-Point Awards Speek split into divisions and listed in order of champion, then reserve champion:

Molly Broman of Meeker got an early start Saturday getting in some practice for the pee wee lead class along with her horse Lucky. Walking your horse is a large part of the pee wee competition, and Molly wanted to make certain that she and Lucky were comfortable with each other.
Molly Broman of Meeker got an early start Saturday getting in some practice for the pee wee lead class along with her horse Lucky. Walking your horse is a large part of the pee wee competition, and Molly wanted to make certain that she and Lucky were comfortable with each other.

PeeWee: Cade Blunt and Sage Jensen; Junion: Lane Anderson and Kelton Turner; Intermediate: Kenzie Turner and Ellie Anderson; Senior: Andy Urista and Nishiko Thelen; and adult: Kelsey Tate and Teresa Anderson.
Halter Awards: Champion Stallion: Wakara Ranch; Champion Mare: Tammy Burch and Reserve Champion Mare: Kelten Burch; Champion Gelding: Mary Shook; Reserve Champion: Julie Shook.

Above are the buckle winners from the 2014 Rio Blanco County Fair horse competition held Saturday at the Rio Blanco County Fairgrounds arena in Meeker. Front row, from left, are: Connor Blunt, Kelton Turner, Deana Wood, Leah Wood, Cade Blunt, Sage Jensen and Lane Anderson. Back row, from left, are: Tammy Burch, Kelten Burch, Tom Sharpe, Taylor Elliott, Amber Elliott, Andy Urista, Kenzie Turner, Ellie Anderson and Nishiko Thelen.
Above are the buckle winners from the 2014 Rio Blanco County Fair horse competition held Saturday at the Rio Blanco County Fairgrounds arena in Meeker. Front row, from left, are: Connor Blunt, Kelton Turner, Deana Wood, Leah Wood, Cade Blunt, Sage Jensen and Lane Anderson. Back row, from left, are: Tammy Burch, Kelten Burch, Tom Sharpe, Taylor Elliott, Amber Elliott, Andy Urista, Kenzie Turner, Ellie Anderson and Nishiko Thelen.

All Around Competition: First: Kelsey Tate; second: Justin Carroll; third: Joe Wood; and fourth Justin Hanson.
4-H Championships: Showmanship: Junior: Melayni Wangnild; Intermediate: Phalon Osborn; Horsemanship: Junior, Deana Wood; Intermediate: Phalon Osborn.