Genesee County 4-H show off their equine knowledge | Lifestyles

BATAVIA – The Genesee County 4-H horse program was well represented at the Finger Lakes Region 4-H Horse Bowl competition.

The contest was held March 12 and included 4-H members from across the Finger Lakes region. The top-ranked entrants will have the opportunity to represent the region on April 8 at the New York State 4-H Horse Bowl Contest at Cornell University.

Horse Bowl is a Jeopardy-style competition that tests participants’ knowledge of equine facts, including breeds, equipment, nutrition and more.

Horse Bowl 4-H results included:

not Brynlee Amend — 5th novice.

not Wyatt Witmer – 1st Junior.

not Leah Amend – 2nd Junior.

not Taylor Fancher – 6th Junior.

not Lexi Witmer — 2nd Senior.

not Eva Rhoads – 5th Senior.

not Tori Kruppenbacher – 6th Senior.

not Novice team — 2nd place.

not Junior team — 1st place.

not Senior team — 2nd place.

4-H Region officials congratulated all 4-Hs who entered the contest, while thanking Coach Sara Witmer and volunteer Katie Rhoads for their hard work and dedication to the 4-H Horse Bowl Club.

The Genesee County 4-H program is a youth development program for youth ages 5-18. New youth 4-H members, adult volunteers and clubs are always welcome.

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