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Equine Arts & Smarts On Display At New Jersey 4-H Horse Bowl

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Top 10 individuals, senior division, at the New Jersey 4-H Horse Bowl Competition, held on Feb. 24, 2017 in Burlington County. Credits: Lillian Shupe
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Warren County team of Maddie Crisp, Rachel Vence, Brittany Smith,and Alexis Grogan win the senior division of the New Jersey 4-H Horse Bowl Competition, held on Feb. 24, 2017 in Burlington County. Credits: Lillian Shupe
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Somerset County finishes second in the New Jersey 4-H Horse Bowl contest on Feb. 24 in Burlington County. Credits: Lillian Shupe
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Atlantic County finishes third in the senior division of the New Jersey 4-H Horse Bowl contest on Feb. 24 in Burlington County. Credits: Lillian Shupe
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finishes fourth in the senior division of the New Jersey 4-H Horse Bowl contest on Feb. 24 in Burlington County. Credits: Lillian Shupe
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Top 10 individuals, junior division, at the New Jersey 4-H Horse Bowl Competition, held on Feb. 24, 2017 in Burlington County. Credits: Lillian Shupe
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The Middlesex/Burlington of Abbey Schneider, Annabella Sefa, Amanda Schwegler, and Blake Garber win the junior division at the New Jersey 4-H Horse Bowl contest, held on Feb. 24 in Burlington County. Credits: Lillian Shupe
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A combined team of Ocean and Warren counties place second in the junior division at the New Jersey 4-H Horse Bowl contest, held on Feb. 24 in Burlington County. Credits: Lillian Shupe
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Hunterdon County places third in the junior division at the New Jersey 4-H Horse Bowl contest, held on Feb. 24 in Burlington County. Credits: Lillian Shupe
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Atlantic County places fourth in the junior division at the New Jersey 4-H Horse Bowl contest, held on Feb. 24 in Burlington County. Credits: Lillian Shupe
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Best in Show in the N.J. 4-H Equine Arts Show is by Samantha Passalaqua, of Atlantic County.
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The New Jersey 4-H Equine Arts Contest, reserve champion, senior photography is by Leigha Giranda, Somerset County.
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The New Jersey 4-H Equine Arts Contest, junior photography, champion is by Emma Jackson, of Hunterdon County.
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The New Jersey 4-H Equine Arts Show, senior art reserve champion is by Brittany Smith, Warren County.
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The New Jersey 4-H Equine Arts Show, senior art champion is by Brittany Smith, Warren County.
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The New Jersey 4-H Equine Arts Show, junior art, reserve champion is by Ella Kuchta, of Ocean County.
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What are the parts of the respiratory system of the horse? What does TPR stand for? What is an overo coat pattern? These are the types of questions ask of 4-H members that competed at the New Jersey 4-H Horse Bowl Competition on Feb. 24 in Burlington County.

The team of Maddie Crisp, Brittany Smith, Rachel Vence and Alexis Grogan came out on top in the senior division. Somerset’s Anthony Leone was the high point individual.

A combined team of Annabella Sefa, Amanda Schwegler, from Middlesex and Abbey Schneider and Blake Garber, Burlington won the junior competition. For the second year in a row, Christina Piparo of Hunterdon County was the high point individual.

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The New Jersey 4-H Equine Arts Show was held in conjunction with the Horse Bowl contest. Best in show went to Samantha Passalaqua of Atlantic County.

Champions in the senior photography division were by Mollie Zimm, Hunterdon and Hannah Bonaventure, and reserves went to Leigha Giranda of Somerset. In the junior photography division, Emma Jackson, of Hunterdon claimed both champion and reserve.

In the art division, senior champion and reserve was Brittany Smith, of Warren; Samantha Passalaqua of Atlantic was champion and Ella Kuchta, of Ocean County, was reserve.

2018 Horse Bowl Results

SENIORS

  1. Warren-A — Maddie Crisp, Brittany Smith, Rachel Vence, Alexis Grogan
  2. Somerset — Shay Fleming; Kara Johnson; Leigha Giranda; Anthony Leone
  3. Atlantic — Caroline Rockhill, Mackenzie Esposito, Amanda Sisco, Gwen Moran
  4. Ocean/Sussex — Abigail Schiattarella. Ashley Erickson, Ocean, Justine Patnode, Sussex

High Point Individuals

  1. Anthony Leone, Somerset
  2. Rachel Vence, Warren
  3. Shay Fleming, Somerset
  4. Caroline Rockhill, Atlantic
  5. Maddie Crisp, Warren
  6. Erin Drake, Middlesex
  7. Ashley Erickson, Ocean
  8. Mackenzie Esposito, Atlantic
  9. Kara Johnson, Somerset
  10. Morgan Puglisi, Burlington

JUNIORS

Teams

  1. Middlesex/Burlington — Annabella Sefa, Amanda Schwegler, Middlesex; Abbey Schneider, Blake Garber, Burlington
  2. Ocean B/Warren — Liana Trebour, Alex Morgan, Nora Hansen, Ocean; Alissa Monetti, Warren
  3. Hunterdon A — Christina Piparo, Mackenzie Snyder, Emma Jackson, Megan Connolly
  4. Atlantic — Samantha Ingerson, Bailey Passalaqua, Samantha Passalaqua

High Point Individual

  1. Christina Piparo, Hunterdon
  2. 2. Abbey Schneider, Burlington
  3. Samantha Ingerson, Atlantic
  4. Alexa Cook, Hunterdon
  5. Kazzandra Higgins, Sussex
  6. Alissa Monetti, Warren
  7. 7. Liana Trebour, Ocean
  8. Alexa Hoelterling, Ocean
  9. Camryn Downey, Sussex
  10. Jacqueline Tanzi, Monmouth

To learn more about the New Jersey 4-H Program see www.nj4h.rutgers.edu

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