A purple ribbon (excellence) is the top award a rider can receive. Mutch, an intermediate rider, also earned two blue ribbons (outstanding) and one red (good) ribbon.
Mallory Arnold scored two purple ribbons and three blue and red ribbons, while Tatiana Schneider earned one purple ribbon and four blue and red ribbons.
In the beginner division, Laura Haight tallied three purple ribbons, five blue and one red, while Francie Eufemio scored one purple, two blue and one red.
Sage Alvarez, Rosemary Eufemio and Devon Cummiskey all earned blue and red ribbons.
Finness Gould and Mariah Cumplido both received blue and red ribbons in the Novice Division, while Cassidy Foster, Kevin Foster, Janie Eufemio, Zoey Zimmerman, Peyton Arndt and Myla Stohl received blue ribbons in the Clover Buds division.
4-H horse shows are judged on the Danish system with all riders receiving one of four ribbons. Riders are judged against a standard of perfection that allows for differences in age and expertise, not against each other.
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