Lamar native wins horse competitionNovember 7, 2018
From Local Sources
COLUMBUS, Ohio — Haley Schnuck of Lamar was victorious at the All-American Quarter Horse congress in Columbus, Ohio with her horse Cross The Rubicon.
The All-American Quarter Horse Congress is the largest single-breed horse show in the world with over 24,500 show entries.
Competing in the youth pole bending class, Schnuck had to beat time of 20.8 on her final day in order to win and blazed past that time with a 20.1 to win the coveted Don Bell trophy.
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