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By Dan Rudy 

Wrangell youth saddle up for annual horse show


Dan Rudy/ Wrangell Sentinel

Assisted by Grace Miller below, Jamie Early and Julia Mergenthal hold up Alisha Armstrong during the trick riding segment of the 7th Annual Wrangell Horse Show on Sunday.

This year's 7th Annual Wrangell Horse Show went off without a hitch, as more than 50 young riders trotted out their skills at the city track.

The nine different events were divided among various skill levels, from beginner to advanced riders.

In the egg-and-spoon race, riders had to keep their "eggs" balanced while driving a pony cart. McKinley Gillen finished the competition with the best time among pony riders, and Elizabeth Armstrong took first in the beginner-level race.

Beginners also competed in the bean bag toss, where riders maneuvered a horse around to a bucket to deposit their sac...

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