Riders have long arms

Kids enjoy fun event during Wells Gray Riders gymkhana at Upper Clearwater arena

Rylan Baker (l) reaches for a balloon full of water from Payton Munson.

Rylan Baker (l) on Kaine reaches for a balloon full of water from Payton Munson on Misty. They were taking part in a fun event during a Wells Gray Riders gymkhana at the Upper Clearwater riding arena on Saturday. A total of 44 riders took part in the gymkhana, of which 24 were kids. The events are held monthly during the summer.

 

RylanBakerLeft: Rylan Baker waits for his partner, Payton Munson.

 

 

 

 

Below: Carrie Weninger competes in the keyhole event during last Saturday’s Wells Gray Riders gymkhana at the Upper Clearwater riding arena. Competitors start from the far end of the arena and go through the entry marked by two timbers on the ground. They then must turn around within a circle marked on the ground by a rope, then return through the entry back to where they started from. The event is timed with penalties or even disqualification for not staying within the keyhole.

CarrieWeningerKeyhole

 

 

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