SCRANTON — Eleven Lackawanna County 4-H members participated in the 56th annual Pennsylvania State 4-H Horse Show, where more than 700 youth from 60 counties competed in 73 performance classes throughout the recent event.
The state show is the final competition of the year for the 4-H youth development program’s horse members enrolled in performance horse projects. To be eligible for the show, members must advance through qualifying competitions at county and district levels.
Participants who received state honors at the horse show are as follows:
Corinne Jacoby, of Clarks Summit, first place in Classic Hunter Under Saddle Horses, Junior Rider
Kathryn Mattern, of Moscow, first place in Open Trail Horses, Junior Rider; third place in Western Horsemanship, Intermediate Division; and seventh place in Western Grooming and Showmanship, Intermediate
Zoe Buckingham, of Honesdale, second place in Western Pleasure Horses, Senior Rider; and eighth place in Open Trail Horses, Senior Rider
Molly Landsiedel, of Dalton, third Place in English Grooming and Showmanship, Junior
Rylie Heusner, of Scranton, fifth place in Beginner English Equitation
Shayla VanVleck, of Clifford Township, seventh place in Western Horsemanship, Intermediate Division
Taylor Tylutke, of Madison Township, fourth place in Low Equitation Over Fences, Junior Rider; and eighth place in Low Working Hunter Horses
Cameron Coyer, of Dunmore, eighth place in Western Horsemanship, Senior Division
Kendra Sabuacak, of Nicholson, ninth place in Hunt Seat Equitation on the Flat, Senior Division.
Also participating in the state horse show were Madison Havirlak, of Scranton, and Skylar Tylutke, of Madison Township.
Information provided by Lackawanna County Communications.