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Curtis Claims 4-H horse show titles

 

August 12, 2021

Faith King | SAM

Pole position • Christen Curtis maneuvers around a pole during Thursday's 4-H horse show.

Christen Curtis does not remember a time when horses haven't been part of her life.

The Royal native said participating in the Antelope County 4-H horse show has always been "a family thing."

"My sister, Cassidy, did it. My dad did it when he was young. He started my sister in it."

The senior-to-be at Creighton Public Schools said once all the Curtis kids were old enough to ride in the competition, they loaded the horses and gear and the show became part of the family's routine.

"My sister helps me out a lot. It's just something fun we can do together," Curtis said.

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