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Ferguson wins honors at horse show
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Kelli Ferguson finished her career in the Youth Division of the American Paint Horse Association at The World Paint Horse Show in Fort Worth in July. Pictured with her horse, J.B., she was Reserve Champion in Barrels; Grand Champion in Goat Tying and Stake Race and ended up third overall in Youth Western Horse All-Around. She has participated since she was 10 years old and will continue to ride in Open Division of Paint Horse Shows. Kalli is a graduate of Karnes City High School and plans to attend Tarleton State. She is the daughter of Tim and Melanie Ferguson and the granddaughter of Paul and Mary Alice May.
Kelli Ferguson finished her career in the Youth Division of the American Paint Horse Association at The World Paint Horse Show in Fort Worth in July. Pictured with her horse, J.B., she was Reserve Champion in Barrels; Grand Champion in Goat Tying and Stake Race and ended up third overall in Youth Western Horse All-Around. She has participated since she was 10 years old and will continue to ride in Open Division of Paint Horse Shows. Kalli is a graduate of Karnes City High School and plans to attend Tarleton State. She is the daughter of Tim and Melanie Ferguson and the granddaughter of Paul and Mary Alice May.
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Kelli Ferguson finished her career in the Youth Division of the American Paint Horse Association at The World Paint Horse Show in Fort Worth in July. Pictured with her horse, J.B., she was Reserve Champion in Barrels; Grand Champion in Goat Tying and Stake Race and ended up third overall in Youth Western Horse All-Around. She has participated since she was 10 years old and will continue to ride in Open Division of Paint Horse Shows. Kalli is a graduate of Karnes City High School and plans to attend Tarleton State. She is the daughter of Tim and Melanie Ferguson and the granddaughter of Paul and Mary Alice May.
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