College Invitational Horse Show
Riders came from across the United States to compete in a one-of-a-kind equestrian event. In Newberry, the Full Partner's farm held its annual college bound invitational horse show. One-by-One riders climbed onto a horse they had never ridden before and guided it to center stage. Their goal to impress judges and college recruiters. One rider, Kara Gigle, doesn't let the competition get her too nervous. "Here we just fix our stirrups and hope for the best." Those running the show know talent like kara's doesn't just happen overnight. "You can't just ride a horse and be successful." Not all of the rider's are recruited to a college after the show since some of them are still as young as twelve, but they do have the chance to get scholarships. "We give between four and five thousand dollars a year." Kara says she was happy with her runs today, but since she is only a Junior in high school she still has time to improve for next year's competition. "I'm hoping I make enough progress where I can come out here and ride anything they throw at me, and even if it's awful, I'm still going to make it look amazing."
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