Category Archives: Awards & Recognition

Demo and Judging Contest Results

To all our State Fair qualifiers!

Demonstration Contest:

Category and Name:
304 – Arts / Crafts / Visual Arts- Savannah Timney
324 – Clothing / Textiles- Daisy Timney
305 – Other – General- Evelyn Witte
338 – Sheep- Elizabeth Handlin
312 – Entomology -Liam Aber
319 – Other – Science -Alexis Wolff


Judging Contests:

 

Foods:

Daisy Timney- Heavenly Hooves
Savannah Timney-Heavenly Hooves
Colby Lockridge- Porter Gang


Horticulture:

Gabe Trunfio- Stump Corner

Eason Li- Meado-Larks


Wildlife:

Gabe Trunfio- Stump Corner


Wood Science:

Bruce Patrick- Stump Corner


Clothing:

Michaela Patrick- Stump Corner


Photography:

Eason Li- Meado-larks
Liam Aber- Holy Angels
Bruce Patrick- Stump Corner


 

Favorite Foods Results

It felt like our Favorite Foods Competition would never get here! But we had a successful competition with lots of delicious dishes and creative table placements. Thanks to all our competitors for your hard work, patience and dedication. Thank you also to our judges for volunteering their time to assist with this member-favorite event. We couldn’t do it without you!

2022 Favorite Foods Winners: 

  • Beginner Appetizer
    Winner: Evelyn Witte
    Honorable Mention: Shane Heeman
  • Beginner Desserts
    Winner: Anna Schaedler
    Honorable Mention: Michaela Patrick
  • Junior Breads
    Winner: Joseph Ciamaricone
  • Junior Breakfast Casserole
    Winner: Colby Lockridge
  • Junior Main Dish
    Winner: Savannah Timney
    Honorable Mention: Chase Oldis
  • Junior Side Dish
    Winner: Claire Schaedler
  • Senior Appetizer
    Winner: Tyler Oldis
  • Senior Dessert
    Winner: Daisy Timney
  • Cloverbud Cookies, Cupcakes or Brownies
    Brice Yerkes

Delaware 4-H and FFA Spring Dairy Expo Results

On a cool April Saturday, 58 exhibitors presented 63 entries to Judge Derek Lease, at the Delaware 4-H and FFA Spring Dairy Expo held April 9th at the Delaware State Fairgrounds in Harrington. Champion awards were presented to the following entries and exhibitors:

CHAMPION FITTING AND SHOWMANSHIP – Presented in Memory of Susan Hudson – Lake Vasey of Lincoln, Delaware

RESERVE CHAMPION FITTING AND SHOWMANSHIP- Emma Hutchison of Ridgely, Maryland

AYRSHIRE JUNIOR CHAMPION AND GRAND CHAMPION FEMALE – JUNIOR SHOW- Delshire Little Shelly Exhibited by Angelina Horack of Middletown, Delaware

AYRSHIRE RESERVE JUNIOR CHAMPION AND RESERVE GRAND CHAMPION FEMALE – JUNIOR SHOW – Canterbury Ayr Viva Las Vegas exhibited by Angelina Horack of Middletown, Delaware

AYRSHIRE JUNIOR AND GRAND CHAMPION FEMALE – OPEN SHOW – Ayr-Back Buddy Autumn exhibited by G. Robert Moore of Harrington, Delaware

AYRSHIRE RESERVE JUNIOR AND RESERVE GRAND CHAMPION FEMALE – OPEN SHOW- Springvale Apple Honey exhibited by G. Robert Moore of Harrington, Delaware

BROWN SWISS JUNIOR CHAMPION – JUNIOR AND OPEN SHOW- GM2 Diego Silverado exhibited by Sydney Spence of Middletown, Delaware

BROWN SWISS RESERVE JUNIOR CHAMPION – JUNIOR AND OPEN SHOW – Stephs WF Nora exhibited by Delaney Westhoff of Greenwood, Delaware

BROWN SWISS GRAND CHAMPION – JUNIOR AND OPEN SHOW- GM2 Carter Sky exhibited by Sydney Spence of Middletown, Delaware.

MILKING SHORTHORN JUNIOR AND GRAND CHAMPION – JUNIOR AND OPEN SHOW- Taylor IM Cassiopeia Exhibited by Samantha Cornell of Milford, Delaware

MILKING SHORTHORN SENIOR CHAMPION AND RESERVE GRAND CHAMPION – JUNIOR AND OPEN SHOW- Taylor-Lee IM Lottie Exhibited by Natalie Armstrong of Milford, Delaware

JERSEY JUNIOR CHAMPION AND RESERVE GRAND CHAMPION – JUNIOR SHOW AND OPEN SHOW – Saybrook Swagger Maple Exhibited by Emma Hutchison, Ridgley, Maryland

JERSEY RESERVE JUNIOR CHAMPION – JUNIOR SHOW AND OPEN SHOW – Sample Farms Choice exhibited by Sammy Dulin of Clayton, Delaware

JERSEY SENIOR AND GRAND CHAMPION FEMALE – JUNIOR AND OPEN SHOW – Saybrook Denver Sawyer exhibited by Emma Hutchison of Ridgely, Maryland

JERSEY RESERVE SENIOR CHAMPION – JUNIOR AND OPEN SHOW – TripJ-Gen Chrome Baby exhibited by Ashleigh Brower of Felton, Delaware

HOLSTEIN JUNIOR CHAMPION FEMALE – JUNIOR SHOW- MCGK Jordy Flapjack-Red exhibited by Lake Vasey of Lincoln, Delaware

HOLSTEIN RESERVE JUNIOR CHAMPION FEMALE – JUNIOR SHOW – Cain-View Warrior Pride exhibited by Kaylyn Jones of Harrington, Delaware

HOLSTEIN JUNIOR CHAMPION FEMALE – OPEN SHOW – Bulldog Jordy Charm exhibited by Buddy Voss of Clayton, Delaware

HOLSTEIN RESERVE JUNIOR CHAMPION FEMALE – OPEN SHOW- MCGK Jordy Flapjack-Red exhibited by Lake Vasey of Lincoln, Delaware

HOLSTEIN SENIOR AND GRAND CHAMPION FEMALE – JUNIOR SHOW – Leip-Ches Kelly Vanilla-Red exhibited by Karley Busker of Harrington, Delaware

HOLSTEIN SENIOR AND GRAND CHAMPION FEMALE OPEN SHOW – Big-Guns Awesome Till-Red exhibited by Dave and Sandy Chance of Millington, Maryland

BEST BRED AND OWNED HOLSTEIN – Presented in Memory of Kenny Warren – Cain-View Warrior Pride exhibited by Kaylyn Jones of Harrington, Delaware

SUPREME CHAMPION JUNIOR SHOW – Presented in Memory of Sam and Myrtle Dixon – Saybrook Denver Sawyer exhibited by Emma Hutchison of Ridgely, Maryland

 

The Delaware 4-H & FFA Spring Dairy Expo Show Committee would like to express their appreciation to the following individuals and business whose contributions made the Spring 4-H & FFA Dairy Show possible:

Andover Genetics, Appoquinimink FFA; B & W Farm Supply; Bayside Bovine Veterinary Services; Dr. Matthew Weeman; Canterbury Ayr; Cargill Animal Nutrition, Steve Isaacson, Country Roads Veterinary Services; Delaware Pet Cremations; Duland Farms; MidAtlantic Farm Credit Exchange Tract, Ltd.; Forrest Avenue Animal Hospital; Ruthie Franczek DVM; Jenamy Farms LLC, Kimball Nutrition LLC, Kent Acres, Milford FFA, The Morris Family, Parkview RV Center, Summit Bridge 4-H Club, ShureLine Electrical, Doc Tammi, Taylor & Messick, Inc; Thomas Family Farms, LLC; Vossmon Farm, Woodside Farm.

Senior Spotlight

Delaware 4-H congratulates all of our 4-H High School Seniors! We are proud of each one of you! All of you have made a positive impact on our program and we look forward to what your future holds! Thank you to all members who submitted Senior Spotlights below!

Brielle Carter – Peach Blossom 4-H Club

Brielle Carter is the 17-year-old daughter of Shane and Danna Carter from Harrington, Delaware. Brielle is a senior at Lake Forest High School, where she maintains a 4.0 GPA and is a member of National Honor Society. She has served her Class of 2022 as President for the past four years by planning and preparing pep rallies, homecoming floats, and prom. Brielle is a four-year member of the Lake Forest FFA Chapter and currently serves as the chapter Vice-President.  She has been involved in planning and preparing horticulture and landscaping displays, marketing plans, and speeches for competing at the Delaware State Fair or National FFA Convention in Indiana each year. She’s worked with her chapter to support their annual mum, citrus, and strawberry fundraiser sales. Brielle received the 2021 Youth Senate nomination for her school.

Outside of school, Brielle is a 12-year member of the Peach Blossom 4-H Club. She started showing sheep at the age of ten. Brielle has developed her speaking skills over the years by participating in the demonstration and public speaking contests at the county and state levels. Coastal Cleanup, Envirothon, and countless hours as Kent County 4-H Day Camp Counselor are just a few examples of her community service. She has also attended state 4-H Camp for the past 10 years.  Brielle has served in various officer positions in her club and is currently President of her club.  She serves as Vice President of the Kent County 4-H Junior Council and President for the Delaware 4-H State Teen Council. She has also had the privilege of earning and attending National 4-H Congress held in Atlanta, Georgia.

In her spare time, Brielle attends church and youth group meetings at Manship Chapel, where she also plays on the volleyball team, bakes cookies for prisoners, and attends youth retreats at Camp Pecometh. In the summer, Brielle enjoys showing sheep at the Delaware State Fair and is a member of the Delaware State Fair Junior Fair Board.  Also, in the summer, she works for her grandparents at Little Wagon Produce.

Brielle’s life is an example of the 4-H motto she has practiced, “To Make the Best Better.”  She has spent her youth aspiring to make her best better with great ambition and perseverance.  It makes no difference what role she takes on as athlete, student, or volunteer; Brielle Carter is a leader in all she does.  Brielle hopes to continue her education at the University of Delaware with an Agricultural degree.


Diamond Carmona – Harbor Lights 4-H Club

Diamond Carmona has been a 4-H member for almost 9 years. Without a doubt Diamond has grown so much and has acquired many life skills. She has not only become a great public speaker and leader but has also committed to bigger responsibilities that go beyond herself. She has held many offices within the Harbor Lights 4-H Club and has always been a smiling face new members can turn to. At the county level, she has been an active Junior Leader who has participated and volunteered for many events. Diamond always thinks about the people around her and has grown to be a reliable young woman. For the past two years she has been the State Teen Council Secretary where she has gone to do many amazing things for 4-Hers all throughout the state. Harbor Lights could not be prouder to have her as a member.

Aside from 4-H, Diamond excels in academics and other extracurriculars as well. Diamond is among the top of her class and has proven to be a rigorous learner who has taken many AP, Honors, and Dual Enrollment courses throughout her time in high school. Despite these past two years where students were challenged the most, Diamond has risen above and has gone beyond proving to everyone just how resilient and hard-working she is. She is one of the founding members of HOSA where she has held many offices during her time and is even going to nationals for her accomplishment. She is also the Vice President for National Honor society where she can continuously engage with and help her community. It goes without saying that Diamond is an exceptional individual who will go on to do many great things. We look forward to seeing what she will accomplish during her time at the University of Chicago where she will be majoring in Global Studies.


Mason Cathell – Clover Knights 4-H Club
Mason Cathell is a Senior at Sussex Tech High School in the Electrical & Green Energy technical area.  He has been active in the Raven Nation Marching Band, Pep Band, Jazz and Concert Band all 4 years of high school.  He is a member of the National Honor Society. During his high school career, he represented Sussex Tech at Governor’s School of Excellence, Boy’s State and County Honors Band.  This fall he will attend the University of Delaware to pursue a degree in Mechanical Engineering.  Mason is a member of the Sussex County Clover Knights 4H Club.  He has fond memories of participating in Archery and Robotics Club activities and enjoys the club’s monthly service projects.  But his favorite part of 4H is creating and building items to enter into the Delaware State Fair.


Zoe Cunningham – Harbor Lights 4-H Club

Zoe Cunningham is in her 12th year as member of the Harbor Lights 4-H club. She has been very involved over the years with consistent participation in club meetings, community service events, as well as county events. At the county level, she has shined in the realm of public speaking and favorite foods. At the club level, she has participated in many theatre arts productions, helped organize activities, and held several offices. Her favorite event overall was the state teen conference.

Zoe is currently wrapping up her senior studies as a homeschooler and has her sights set on Johnson University in Tennessee for the fall. She is planning to major in worship leadership. Congratulations Zoe!


Wesley DeFord – Bridgeville Mustangs 4-H Club
Wesley is a member of the Bridgeville Mustangs 4-H Club and 13 year member of 4-H.  He has served numerous officer positions and various committees including Vice President.  This past fall, he represented Sussex County and attended the 100th celebration of National 4-H Congress in Atlanta, GA.  His favorite 4-H memory is State 4-H Camp where he will be Voice of the Turtle People this year for week 2!

Wesley attends Woodbridge High School in Greenwood, DE.  He is an extremely active member of FFA where he has held officer positions including Treasurer and Sentinel.  As a freshman he received the Green Hand award, earning his Blue Jacket.  This year he completed his State FFA Degree.  He was the Captain of the Cross Country team where he lettered all four years.  Wesley is also an active member of the Bridgeville Fire Company.  After graduation, Wesley plans to attend Trade School to become a Lineman.


Hayden Jackson – Westville 4-H Club
Hayden Jackson has been a member of Westville 4-H since he was 5 years old.  He has been involved and participated in many different 4-H activities over the years including Favorite Foods, woodworking, photography and etc.  Some of his favorite memories, events, and activities in 4-H are State Camp, the Livestock overnighter, the Livestock shows, and the Delaware State Fair along with the many friends he has made over the years.

As a senior at North Caroline High School, Hayden was one of the team captains of the Varsity Soccer team and the Track and Field Team.  He was involved with SGA, ED rising and the CCTC program.  For the past four years he has also been a part of the BUSA travel soccer team and he is an USSF certified soccer referee.  Hayden plans to attend Chesapeake College in the fall to begin his degree in Childhood Education and then transferring to Frostburg University to complete his Bachelors in Childhood Education with a minor in Coaching.


Liam Jones – NCC 4-H Counselor
Liam Jones is a Senior at Saint Mark’s High School. He has been a part of 4-H for 10 years and has truly enjoyed being a part of 4-H. He started as a Day Camper, then a CIT, then a Counselor. He also enjoys going to State Camp.

Liam lives in Landenberg PA with his parents, his brother Gavin, and his dog, Shamrock. He loves to go to the beach! Anything water related. He plans to study pre-physical therapy at either James Madison University or Coastal Carolina University.


Bethany Knutsen, Peach Blossom 4-H Club
We are so proud of Bethany!  She has always pushed herself towards excellence in everything she does.  She will be gradating first in her class with a 4.0 GPA.  She has served in many leadership positions within 4H, FFA, and National Junior Honor Society. In addition, she has represented her farming roots well by serving as DE Dairy Princess for 2 years and as Farm Bureau Ambassador.  Bethany also remained active in sports throughout high school and was recently voted “most athletic female” by her Senior class.  She was captain of her soccer team all 4 years and captain of her field hockey team this past year as well.  Bethany plans to attend University of Delaware in the fall to major in Plant Science and minor in Soil Science with a focus on Agronomy.


Autumn Lenhart, Clover Knights 4-H Club
Autumn Lenhart has been a member of the Clover Knights 4H Club since she was 5 years old. She has enjoyed many of her experiences during her time in 4H.  She has really enjoyed being part of the Horse Bowl team.  Autumn loved public speaking and felt that it was instrumental in helping her to her overcome her speech impediment and to be confident when presenting at school. And of course the highlight of the year was always the State Fair.  Being a plant lover by nature, she always looked forward to visiting the Master Garden with Mr. Bo.

Autumn will be graduating from Sussex Technical High School as a member of the National Honor Society and the National Technical Honor Society. Her course of study is Early Childhood Education and she has been doing work-based-learning at the PACTT Center at Sussex Tech.  In the Fall, Autumn will be attending the University of Delaware to become an Occupational Therapist.


Sundene Lodge – Hollymount 4-H Club
Sundene Lodge has been in 4-H for 12 years as a member of the Hollymount Club. She has served as club photographer, treasurer and Vice-President. She has participated in International Dinner many times and counts it as one of her favorite 4-H activities. She has also enjoyed Winter Fun Day, Younger member fall retreat, pumpkin contest and the haunted trail. Her favorite community activities are beach clean ups and beach grass planting. State camp was a highlight for her for several years.

Outside of 4-H, Sundene is a member of Milford High School’s swim and lacrosse teams, serving as captain of the lacrosse team her senior year. She is also an active member of FFA and was a state winner for her Supervised Agriculture Experience in Equine. She is also a member of the National Honor Society and has been a member of the Chincoteague Pony drill team for many years. Sundene will attend Salisbury University with a major in Earth Science with a focus on Marine Geoscience.


Leighton Webb – Peach Blossom 4-H Club
Leighton Webb of Greenwood is a 13- year member of Peach Blossom
4-H Club and a 2022 graduate of Lake Forest High School.  Leighton has served his club as treasurer and secretary and currently serves as treasurer of Kent County 4-H Junior Council.  His 4-H projects include field crops, tractors, and shooting sports.  Leighton is a junior leader for the Peach Blossom Archery project group, serves as a youth member on the Delaware 4-H Shooting Sports Advisory Committee, and attended National 4-H Shooting Sports Ambassador training.

Leighton is a member of the Lake Forest High School varsity baseball team and the National Honor Society.  He enjoys hunting and fishing.  Following graduation Leighton will continue as an integral part of his family’s farm operation, Lea View Farms, and plans to continue his education at Delaware State University studying agronomy.


Lauren Williams and Kassidy Kohland – Ponies & Pintails 4-H Club

Congratulations to Lauren Williams and Kassidy Kohland from Ponies and Pintails 4-H.   Lauren and Kassidy have been lifelong friends who spent their entire childhood in 4-H and showing horses.   Both have held officer positions in Ponies and Pintails and continue to demonstrate leadership and be role models for the younger members of the club.  Lauren will be pursuing her degree in Elementary Education at Delaware State University.  She also plans to ride for the Delaware State University Equestrian Team.  Kassidy will also attend Delaware State University to pursue her degree in Agriculture while continuing to build her professional career training and showing hunter/jumper horses.

DE 4-H Hall of Fame Call for Nominations

As you may recall, we just recognized a class on new laureates for the Delaware Hall of Fame in October last year.  This was actually the class from 2020 that had been delayed due to the COVID situation.  In order to get back on track, the Delaware 4-H Foundation we will be accepting nominations of individuals for the 2022 Delaware 4-H Hall of Fame induction.  This event is planned to be held on Saturday, October 1, 2022 at the Modern Maturity Center in Dover.

Nominations are currently being accepted and can be submitted up until May 1, 2022.

You can nominate someone HERE

Photography Contest

CONGRATULATIONS to all our members who submitted photos for the 2022 Photography Contest!

 

Elijah Roberts                   Summit Bridge

Waverly Wilson                 Holy Angels

Daniel Work                      Holy Angels

Neve Taylor                      Holy Angels

Jordan Price                      Holy Angels

Brinley Jacob                    Holy Angels

Brianna Kabagi                  Holy Angels

Whitney Shelman              Holy Angels

Liam Aber                         Holy Angels

Bruce Patrick                    Stump Corner

Paloma Jaramillo              Holy Angels

Photos and ribbons will be displayed at the Favorite Foods Contest

Hippology Results

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The Delaware 4-H program held their statewide 4-H Hippology contest at the end of December.  Normally held on site at an equine facility, the event was adapted and held virtually this year.  Hippology meaning “study of the horse” is an activity that enhances learning for 4-H members by letting them exhibit their knowledge and understanding of equine science and husbandry in a competitive setting.  44 youth ages 5-19 from across the state participated in the virtual competition.  The Delaware 4-H Horse Advisory Committee, a group composed of 4-H volunteers from all three Delaware counties that are dedicated to providing quality 4-H horse programs to members, sponsored the contest.  

4-H members competed as individuals and as teams this year.  The individual portion of the contest had competitors complete five different sections focused on multiple choice questions on equine management related topics, feed identification, identifying the parts of the horse, identifying tack parts, and sorting breeds and feed ingredients into appropriate categories.  

4-H members were both scored and placed utilizing the Danish system which compared their score to a standard. 

Here are the New Castle County member results:

Beginners (8-10 yrs old):

Paloma Jaramillo-Contreras, Holy Angels School 4-H Club, New Castle County~ Yellow  

Seniors (14-19 yrs old):

Daisy Timney, Heavenly Hooves 4-H Club, New Castle County~ Yellow 

Public Speaking Results

Congratulations to everyone who participated in last night’s Public Speaking Contest!

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The below have qualified to participate in the 2022 State Fair.

Beginner I: 8-9 yrs old

Moira Jones


Beginner II: 10-11 yrs old

Evelyn Witte


Junior: 12-13 yrs old

Alexis Wolff


Senior: 14 & older

Melanie Witte


And a “job well done” to our Cloverbud participant, Ingrid Jones!

🎨 Equine Art Contest Results 🐴

Congratulations to Heavenly Hooves’ Daisy and Savannah Timney for placing in several categories of the Equine Art Contest. Well done!!

Delaware 4-H members of all ages recently participated in a statewide Equine Art Contest sponsored by the Delaware 4-H Horse Advisory Committee, a group of volunteer 4-H Equine Project Leaders. Entries from budding artists from across the state were submitted for the contest in the following categories:

· Drawing- Pastels/Charcoal/Graphite/Colored Pencil (Abstract or Realistic)

· Drawing- Pen/Ink/Markers/Crayon (Abstract or Realistic)

· Painting- Oil/Acrylic/Watercolor (Abstract or Realistic)

· Photography- Color digital or 35 mm film

· Photography- Black and White digital or 35 mm film

· Cartoon- Single Frame or Strip

· Mixed Media

Entries were divided into age groups for judging. Awards were given to the top six entries in each category and age group. A Best in Show Champion and Best in Show Reserve Champion overall were also chosen from all of the entries. Annual Art Contest entries were submitted to an online virtual art gallery.

Results:

Drawing- Pastels, Charcoal, Graphite, Colored Pencil- Abstract- Intermediate Ages 12-14

1. Savannah Timney, Heavenly Hooves 4-H Club, New Castle County

Drawing –Pen, Ink, Crayon, Markers-Abstract- Senior- Agues 15-19

1. Daisy Timney, Heavenly Hooves 4-H Club, New Castle County

Color Photography- Digital or 35MM- Senior- Ages 15-19

2. Daisy Timey, Heavenly Hooves 4-H Club, New Castle County

 

Photography Contest

Congratulations to all those who participated:

    • Charlotte Terranova – Meado-Larks
    • Daisy Timney – Summit Bridge
    • Daniel Work – Holy Angels
    • Elijah Robers – Summit Bridge
    • Jake Terranova – Meado-Larks
    • Juliette Terranova – Meado-Larks
    • Liam Aber – Holy Angels
    • Ryan Terranova – Meado-Larks
    • Savannah Timney – Summit Bridge
    • Sydney Pyle – Porter Gang
    • Teigan Norris – Summit Bridge

See all the submitted photos below

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Foods and Horticulture Judging Results

Congratulations to all who participated in the County Foods and Horticulture Judging contest.

The following Seniors will be moving on to the State Fair:

Foods:

Sydney Pyle – Porter Gang

Ashley Konkle – Porter Gang

Andrew Konkle – Porter Gang

Katie Campbell – Stump Corner

Emily Campbell – Stump Corner

 

Horticulture:

Matthew Trunfio – Stump Corner

Gabriel Trunfio – Stump Corner

 

A great job done by all of our Juniors as well:

Foods – Claire Schaedler – Meado-Larks

Foods – Michela Davis – Stump Corner

Horticulture – Chase Pugh – Summit Bridge

State Hippology Contest Results

The Delaware 4-H program held their statewide 4-H Hippology contest at the end of December.  Normally held on site at an equine facility, the event was adapted and held virtually this year.  Hippology meaning “study of the horse” is an activity that enhances learning for 4-H members by letting them exhibit their knowledge and understanding of equine science and husbandry in a competitive setting.  34 youth ages 5-19 from across the state participated in the virtual competition.  The Delaware 4-H Horse Advisory Committee, a group composed of 4-H volunteers from all three Delaware counties that are dedicated to providing quality 4-H horse programs to members, sponsored the contest.

4-H members competed as individuals this year.  The individual portion of the contest had competitors complete five different sections focused on multiple choice questions on equine management related topics, feed identification, general horse equipment identification horse coat color and marking identification, and sorting tack as well as breeds into appropriate categories.  Seniors also completed an exercise that asked them to identify the parts of the sole of a horse foot based on a photograph.

4-H members were scored and placed utilizing the Danish system which compared their score to a standard.

We’d like to congratulate Daisy Timney of the Heavenly Hooves Club for her performance in the contest!

  • Senior (14-19 year olds)

Hannah Davis, Peach Blossom 4-H Club, Kent County ~Red

Sydney Messick, Peach Blossom 4-H Club, Kent County ~Red

Zoe Probert, Sunset Branch 4-H Club, Sussex County ~Red

Paige Taylor, Bridgeville Mustangs 4-H Club, Sussex County ~Red

Daisy Timney, Heavenly Hooves 4-H Club, New Castle County ~Red

 

Caroline Allen, Westville 4-H Club, Kent County ~Yellow

Edwin  Noon, Country Clovers 4-H Club, Sussex County ~Yellow

Sophie Noon, Country Clovers 4-H Club, Sussex County ~Yellow

Ava Reilly, Country Clovers 4-H Club, Sussex County ~Yellow

Cate Reilly, Country Clovers 4-H Club, Sussex County ~Yellow

 

4-H is a community of young people across Delaware learning leadership, citizenship and lifeskills.   For more information on becoming a 4-H member or volunteer in Delaware please contact your county extension office:

2020 State Clothing Showcase Results

Beginner Division

Elizabeth Abbate, Harrington Sunshine 4-H Club, Kent County, Blue Ribbon

Regan Rust, Peach Blossom 4-H Club, Kent County, Blue Ribbon

Maggie Wieber, Peach Blossom 4-H Club, Kent County, Blue Ribbon

Aliva Sunnekalb, Harrington Sunshine 4-H Club, Kent County, Blue Ribbon

Reily Clendaniel, Harrington Sunshine 4-H Club, Kent County, Blue Ribbon

Anastasia Postell, Harrington Sunshine 4-H Club, Kent County, Blue Ribbon

Savannah Starke, Harrington Sunshine 4-H Club, Kent County, Blue Ribbon

Victorie Moritz, Harrington Sunshine 4-H Club, Kent County, Blue Ribbon

Daisy Timney, Heavenly Hooves 4-H Club, New Castle County, Red Ribbon

Addison Evans, Peach Blossom 4-H Club, Kent County, Blue Ribbon

 

Intermediate Division

Sara Zink, Peach Blossom 4-H Club, Kent County, Red Ribbon

Alexiana Hay, Peach Blossom 4-H Club, Kent County, Blue Ribbon

Rylan Rust, Peach Blossom 4-H Club, Kent County, Blue Ribbon

Carley Rebuck, Peach Blossom 4-H Club, Kent County, Blue Ribbon

Rain Vasey, Pure Country 4-H Club, Kent County, Blue Ribbon

Alexis Starke, Harrington Sunshine 4-H Club, Kent County, Blue Ribbon

Carmie Blanchette, Harrington Sunshine 4-H Club, Kent County, Blue Ribbon

 

Advanced Division

Brenna Geidel, Peach Blossom 4-H Club, Kent County, Blue Ribbon

Rachel Taylor, Harrington Sunshine 4-H Club, Kent County, Blue Ribbon