MOUNT MORRIS — The Livingston County 4-H Horse Program competed at the Region II Horse Extravaganza and dominated in the ‘Horse Bowl’ and ‘Hippology’ events.
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Nicole Houghteling led the program with a first place victory at the Novice Level of the Horse Bowl event. Emily Houghteling and Liam Long also finished Top 15 in the Novice Level. Antonia Taylor and Adele Clark placed seventh and second, respectively, in the Horse Bowl event on the Junior level.
In the Horse Bowl team event, the Livingston County program finished first as well, with a team of N. Houghteling, E. Houghteling, Long, and Alexsanda Powell, led by Coach Jennifer Lilly.
The program also had a strong showing in the Hippology event, where N. Houghteling and Audrey de Wit individually placed first and second at the Novice Level, and a team of N. Houghteling, E. Houghteling, Long, and de Wit placed first at the Novice Level for the team competition.
The Livingston County 4-H Horse Program is a part of Cornell University’s Cooperative Extension in Livingston County. The office of the organization’s local branch is located at 3 Murray Hill Drive in Mount Morris.