Chore horses put through their paces

The Saskatchewan Clydesdale Association held its second annual Chore Horse Challenge at Tail Winds Arena south of Yorkton Saturday.

The day brought teamsters of all ages from across a broad area to compete in a range of skill events that a driver might face when working with a team.

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There were three Junior competitors with Alex-zandrah Waschenfelder taking top spot.

In single horse competion Twylla Newton took top spot.

Tim Edwards won the open competition with Twylla Newton also topping the barrel race.

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