Katelynn Sharpe on her horse Rip It Up after winning a championship in Western Pleasure Walk Jog at the 4-H horse show at the Clallam County Fairgrounds on July 20. Photo submitted.

Katelynn Sharpe on her horse Rip It Up after winning a championship in Western Pleasure Walk Jog at the 4-H horse show at the Clallam County Fairgrounds on July 20. Photo submitted.

Neon Riders host 4-H horse show

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