A pony was killed Monday night when struck by a motor vehicle near LaPorte.
According to 4-H member Makenzie Ross, her horse is “mostly nice but sometimes really ornery.” Ross plans to compete with her horse, Isaiah, in this year’s Horse and Pony contests at the Porter County Fair.
Phil Potempa's daily entertainment news column.
WASHINGTON TOWNSHIP | Competitors in the 4-H Horse and Pony English Classes strutted their stuff in the Horse Arena during Tuesday showmanship competition at the Porter County Fair.
Seventeen-year-old Anne Wehner, of Kouts, and her 16-year-old Arabian "Honey" stand before Ron Strefling of Baroda, Mich., on Tuesday during 4-H Horse and Pony English Class Showmanship judging at the Porter County Fair.
Alex Hughes, 16, of Valparaiso, and his horse "Squire's Go Cat" are judged by Ron Strefling of Baroda, Mich., on Tuesday during 4-H Horse and Pony English Class Showmanship competition.
Thirteen-year-old Jessica Hotter, of Valparaiso, grooms her 7-year-old Arabian horse "Flower" on Tuesday in preparation for the 4-H Horse and Pony English Class Showmanship judging.
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