Two represent All-N-One at American Youth Horse Show


The All-N-One 4-H Club recently had two representatives, Katy Kotlinski and Madison Johnson, that participated at the 49th All American Youth Horse Show in Columbus. Kotlinski is the 12-year-old daughter of Chrystal Benner and Bob Spencer of Commercial Point, and this is her third year in 4-H. Kotlinski and her horse Kiss placed seventh in pony horsemanship 12 and under. She also participated in the western pleasure 12 and under and the $100 western pleasure.


Johnson is the 13-year-old daughter of Heath and Christy Johnson of Bloomingburg, and this is her fifth year in 4-H. She and her horse Sammy placed first in ladies western pleasure 13 and under, first in western horsemanship 13 and under, second in western showmanship 13 and under and fifth in hunter showmanship 13 and under. Johnson also participated in the western showmanship championship 18 and under, western pleasure championship 18 and under and placed fifth in the western horsemanship championship 18 and under.


The All-N-One 4-H Club recently had two representatives, Katy Kotlinski and Madison Johnson, that participated at the 49th All American Youth Horse Show in Columbus. Kotlinski is the 12-year-old daughter of Chrystal Benner and Bob Spencer of Commercial Point, and this is her third year in 4-H. Kotlinski and her horse Kiss placed seventh in pony horsemanship 12 and under. She also participated in the western pleasure 12 and under and the $100 western pleasure.

Johnson is the 13-year-old daughter of Heath and Christy Johnson of Bloomingburg, and this is her fifth year in 4-H. She and her horse Sammy placed first in ladies western pleasure 13 and under, first in western horsemanship 13 and under, second in western showmanship 13 and under and fifth in hunter showmanship 13 and under. Johnson also participated in the western showmanship championship 18 and under, western pleasure championship 18 and under and placed fifth in the western horsemanship championship 18 and under.

The All-N-One 4-H Club recently had two representatives, Katy Kotlinski and Madison Johnson, that participated at the 49th All American Youth Horse Show in Columbus. Kotlinski is the 12-year-old daughter of Chrystal Benner and Bob Spencer of Commercial Point, and this is her third year in 4-H. Kotlinski and her horse Kiss placed seventh in pony horsemanship 12 and under. She also participated in the western pleasure 12 and under and the $100 western pleasure.
http://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2017/06/web1_img005.jpgThe All-N-One 4-H Club recently had two representatives, Katy Kotlinski and Madison Johnson, that participated at the 49th All American Youth Horse Show in Columbus. Kotlinski is the 12-year-old daughter of Chrystal Benner and Bob Spencer of Commercial Point, and this is her third year in 4-H. Kotlinski and her horse Kiss placed seventh in pony horsemanship 12 and under. She also participated in the western pleasure 12 and under and the $100 western pleasure.

Johnson is the 13-year-old daughter of Heath and Christy Johnson of Bloomingburg, and this is her fifth year in 4-H. She and her horse Sammy placed first in ladies western pleasure 13 and under, first in western horsemanship 13 and under, second in western showmanship 13 and under and fifth in hunter showmanship 13 and under. Johnson also participated in the western showmanship championship 18 and under, western pleasure championship 18 and under and placed fifth in the western horsemanship championship 18 and under.
http://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2017/06/web1_img006.jpgJohnson is the 13-year-old daughter of Heath and Christy Johnson of Bloomingburg, and this is her fifth year in 4-H. She and her horse Sammy placed first in ladies western pleasure 13 and under, first in western horsemanship 13 and under, second in western showmanship 13 and under and fifth in hunter showmanship 13 and under. Johnson also participated in the western showmanship championship 18 and under, western pleasure championship 18 and under and placed fifth in the western horsemanship championship 18 and under.