The Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College Horse Judging team placed first in the junior college division at the All-American Quarter Horse Congress in Columbus, Ohio.
- High Team Overall
- High Team in Reasons
- High Team in Performance
- High Team in Halter
- Aislin McStay – 2nd High Individual overall, 2nd in Reasons, 3rd in Performance and 1st in Halter
- Karlee Frank – 3rd High Individual overall, 3rd in Reasons, 2nd in Performance, 2nd in Halter
- Andrea Byrd – 4th High Individual overall, 6th in Reasons, 4th in Performance and 6th in Halter
- Katelynn Horn – 5th High Individual overall, 7th in Reasons, 6th in Performance
- Eden Rominger – 11th High Individual overall, 9th in Halter
“This is one of the hardest working teams I’ve ever coached,” said NEO Horse Judging coach Kevin Pool. “I couldn’t be any happier for them. They have set some big goals for themselves, and I can’t wait to see what else they achieve.”
Pictured above, left to right: Coach Kevin Pool, Andrea Byrd, Karlee Frank, Eden Rominger, Katelynn Horn and Aislin McStay.
For more information, contact the NEO Horse Judging coach Kevin Pool at email@example.com or 918-540-6262.