50th Nechako Valley Exhibition Results: Gymkhana

Results of the Gymkhana events at the 2016 Vanderhoof fall fair

BARRELS LEAD THROUGH 0-5 YEARS

1ST Alex Funk

2nd Kayleigh Etterger

3rd Caden Regnier

 

STAKES LEAD THROUGH 0-5 YEARS

1ST Alex Funk

2nd Caden Regnier

 

SURRIES LEAD THROUGH 0-5 YEARS

1ST Alex Funk

2nd Caden Regnier

 

POLES LEAD THROUGH 0-5 YEARS

1ST Alex Funk

2nd Caden Regnier

3rd Kayleigh Etterger

 

KEYHOLE LEADTHROUGH 0-5 YEARS

1st Alex Funk

2nd Kayleigh Etterger

 

PEEWEE KEYHOLE 6-10 YEARS

1ST Ella Stevenson

2nd Holly Hiatt

3rd Natalia Bjornson

4th Jayden Beier

 

PEEWEE BARRELS 6-10 YEARS

1ST Ayva Lewis

2nd Ella Stevenson

3rd Aspen Westbrooke

4th Jayden Beier

5th Natalia Bjornson

 

PEEWEE POLES 6-10 YEARS

1ST Ella Stevenson

2nd Holly Hiatt

3rd Aspen Westbrooke

4th Natalia Bjornson

 

PEEWEE STAKES 6-10 YEARS

1st Aspen Westbrooke

2nd Ella Stevenson

3rd Holly Hiatt

4th Jayden Beier

5th Natalia Bjornson

 

PEEWEE SURRIES 6-10 YEARS

1st Ayva Lewis

2nd Ella Stevenson

3rd Holly Hiatt

4th Jayden Beier

 

LITTLE BRITCHES BARRELS 11-13 YEARS

1ST Jessie Stanga

2nd Teagan Rempel

 

LITTLE BRITCHES POLES 11-13 YEARS

1ST Teagan Rempel

2nd Jessie Stanga

 

LITTLE BRITCHES STAKES 11-13 YEARS

1ST Teagan Rempel

2nd Jessie Stanga

 

LITTLE BRITCHES KEYHOLE 11-13 YEARS

1ST Teagan Rempel

 

LITTLE BRITCHES SURRIES 11-13 YEARS

1ST Teagan Rempel

 

INTERMEDIATE BARRELS 14-18 YEARS

1st Maya Ketlo

2nd Shae-Lynn Geernaert

3rd Billie Pardy

4th Abby Delisle

 

INTERMEDIATE POLES 14-18 YEARS

1st Abby Delisle

2nd Maya Ketlo

3rd Billie Pardy

 

INTERMEDIATE STAKES 14-18 YEARS

1st Shae-Lynn Geernaert

2nd Maya Ketlo

3rd Abby Delisle

4th Billie Pardy

 

INTERMEDIATE KEYHOLE 14-18 YEARS

1st Maya Ketlo

 

INTERMEDIATE SURRIES 14-18 YEARS

1st Abby Delisle

2nd Maya Ketlo

3rd Billie Pardy

4th Shae-Lynn Geernaert

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