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The Mini Mustangs Horse Club represented Middlesex County in the state-wide 4-H Horse Bowl contest at the UCONN Extension Center in Haddam recently. The competition tests the participant’s knowledge of horses and the equine industry. The team placed first in the junior competition. Carol D’Agostino of Middlefield placed first and Olivia Tawa of Durham placed second overall in the junior division. Avery Mendick of Hamden and Tatiana Perez of Durham placed fourth and sixth, respectively, in the junior division. Sophia Otis of Middletown also participated in the winning junior division team. Brittany Hall of Middlefield placed sixth overall in the senior competition. (Pat Bandzes / Submitted)

Mini Mustangs compete at Horse Bowl


The Mini Mustangs Horse Club represented Middlesex County in the state-wide 4-H Horse Bowl contest at the UCONN Extension Center in Haddam recently. The competition tests the participants knowledge of horses and the equine industry. The team placed first in the junior competition. Carol D’Agostino of Middlefield placed first and Olivia Tawa of Durham was second overall in the junior division. Avery Mendick of Hamden and Tatiana Perez of Durham placed fourth and sixth, respectively, in the junior division. Sophia Otis of Middletown also participated on the winning junior division team. Brittany Hall of Middlefield placed sixth overall in the senior competition. | (Submitted by Pat Bandzes.)



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