State fair winners


Caroline Frieders, 17, daughter of Kay and Jack Frieders, of Quincy, was class champion in Class 66 Western Pleasure, Pony for riders 9 to 18, seventh overall in the Championship Western Pleasure class and eighth in Class 52 Horsemanship, Western Horse/Pony for riders 16 and older at the 2018 Ohio State Fair. She is a member of Horse & Rider 4-H and rides The Biggest Rage.

Caroline Frieders, 17, daughter of Kay and Jack Frieders, of Quincy, was class champion in Class 66 Western Pleasure, Pony for riders 9 to 18, seventh overall in the Championship Western Pleasure class and eighth in Class 52 Horsemanship, Western Horse/Pony for riders 16 and older at the 2018 Ohio State Fair. She is a member of Horse & Rider 4-H and rides The Biggest Rage.


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Caroline Frieders, 17, daughter of Kay and Jack Frieders, of Quincy, was class champion in Class 66 Western Pleasure, Pony for riders 9 to 18, seventh overall in the Championship Western Pleasure class and eighth in Class 52 Horsemanship, Western Horse/Pony for riders 16 and older at the 2018 Ohio State Fair. She is a member of Horse & Rider 4-H and rides The Biggest Rage.

Caroline Frieders, 17, daughter of Kay and Jack Frieders, of Quincy, was class champion in Class 66 Western Pleasure, Pony for riders 9 to 18, seventh overall in the Championship Western Pleasure class and eighth in Class 52 Horsemanship, Western Horse/Pony for riders 16 and older at the 2018 Ohio State Fair. She is a member of Horse & Rider 4-H and rides The Biggest Rage.
https://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2018/08/web1_Caroline-State-Fair.jpgCaroline Frieders, 17, daughter of Kay and Jack Frieders, of Quincy, was class champion in Class 66 Western Pleasure, Pony for riders 9 to 18, seventh overall in the Championship Western Pleasure class and eighth in Class 52 Horsemanship, Western Horse/Pony for riders 16 and older at the 2018 Ohio State Fair. She is a member of Horse & Rider 4-H and rides The Biggest Rage. Courtesy photo