ECC students place in Collegiate Horse Judging
Seven Ellsworth Community College students attended the Collegiate Horse Judging Contest (Junior College Division) at the American Quarter Horse Congress earlier this month and came home with 20 total awards.
ECC student participants were Bailey Collins of Ames; Scarlett Hanson of Cambria, WI; Tabatha Huber of Steamboat Rock; Emily Miller of Colo; Taylor Morgan of New Providence, IA; Katie Rinkert of Prole; and Victoria Rohwer of Anchorage, AK. They were accompanied by ECC Coach and Equine Associate Professor Megan Gogerty.
The ECC team placed 4th in team overall performance, 5th in team overall halter, 5th in team reasons and 5th in high team overall. Individually, Emily Miller placed 11th in high individual overall performance.
The Junior College Division of the Collegiate Horse Judging Contest at the American Quarter Horse Congress was held Oct. 16 in Columbus, Ohio. The ECC team will compete Nov. 21 in the American Quarter Horse Association World Championship Collegiate Horse Judging Contest in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.
PHOTO CAPTION: Pictured at the competition are, from left, Taylor Morgan, Scarlett Hanson, Emily Miller, Victoria Rohwer, Bailey Collins, Katie Rinkert, ECC Associate Professor Megan Gogerty, and Tabatha Huber.