Banga’s Clydesdales do well in Nipawin

Banga’s Clydesdales of Canora had an excellent showing at the recent Nipawin Fair.

“There was a full barn of horses,” said Linda Banga. “Every single stall was used.”

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With a full stable heavy horse judge Crystal Fenton had some tough decisions to make.

On the mare side of things Grand Champion came to Banga’s Clydesdales with ‘Banga’s Reba ‘, as well as Reserve Champion Mare with ‘Banga’s Keeva.’ Reba went on to be Best Clydesdale on the grounds and then proceeded to be chosen Best of Show.

Banga’s Clydes also won purebred mares’ team (with Reba and ‘Banga’s Fancy’) and then the team went on to win Champion Team.

Reba, with Linda Banga at the reins, won the ladies cart.

Ty Banga was fourth in showmanship, and third in junior cart.

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