Banga's Clydesdale do well again

This time at North West Territorial Days

The Northwest Territorial Days 2019 Draft Horse show has come and gone, offering many awards to the participants.

Exhibitors were Banga’s Clydesdales (Linda Banga and family) of Canora, Clydesdale Creek (Delvin and Louise Szumutku) of Stockholm, Duhaime’s Clydesdales (Marcel and Annette Duhaime and family), T & C Clydesdales (Tom Pain and Connie Button and families), Sanguine Clydesdales (Harvey MacFarlane and family), Boulder Bluff Clydesdales (Blaine and Trinda Martin and family), NC Clydesdales (Neil Campbell and family), Lindequist Percherons (Sack family), Sharla Salmond, Colin and Shannon Mack and family.

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Nichole Duhaime of Paynton was the judge.

Banga’s Marco of Banga’s Clydesdales won the Stallion - Grand Champion award, while Banga’s Reba was the Grand Champion Female. Boulder Bluff Hummer of Boulder Bluff Clydesdales was the Grand Champion Gelding.

Best Clydesdale on the Grounds went to Banga’s Reba of Banga’s Clydesdales.

Banga’s Clydesdales also took home first place finishes in the Foal of Current Year and Dry Mare 3 Years and Older categories.

Jordan Telfer of Sanguine Clydesdales had first place finishes in Unicorn Hitch, Two-Horse Tandem, and Junior Cart (6-13 years), among others.

Duhaime’s Clydesdales winners included Erin Mitchell winning Lady Driver, and Marcel Duhaime winning Senior Driver.

T & C Clydesdales took home the Feed Team Race jackpot, with Tom Pain winning in the adult category, and Grace Pain winning in the junior category.


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