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NEO Equine Judging Team Repeats as Reserve Champions at All-American Quarter Horse Congress
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Miami, Okla. -¬ Monday, Oct. 31, 2016 ¬– Judgers for the Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College (NEO) Equine Judging Team recently travelled to Columbus, Ohio to earn reserve champions at the All-American Quarter Horse Congress (AQHA Congress), which is the largest single breed horse show in the world. The team also earned reserve champions in 2015. Along with the reserve champion title, NEO earned first in the halter class, second in performance, and first in reasons.

“I was very happy with the students’ performance at the Congress,” said Amanda Burrows, head coach. “They have worked very hard to prepare and we had several students place in the top ten.”

INDIVIDUAL RESULTS OVERALL
Second – Krista Rodney
Fourth – Emily Haak
Sixth – Karli Jones
Seventh – Tristan Parks

INDIVIDUAL RESULTS – HALTER
Second – Karli Jones
Third – Tristan Parks
Fourth – Krista Rodney
Sixth -Emily Haak
Seventh – Tristan Hill
Tenth – Mattie Lemmons

INDIVIDUAL RESULTS – PERFORMANCE
Third – Krista Rodney
Fourth – Emily Haak
Sixth – Tristan Parks
Eighth – Karli Jones

INDIVIDUAL RESULTS – REASONS
First – Krista Rodney
Second – Emily Haak
Fifth – Tristan Parks
Ninth – Mattie Lemmons
Tenth – Karli Jones

For more information about NEO Agriculture teams, visit neoathletics.com.

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