Cselovszki advances to nationals, crowned Ms. Games

Submitted photo Golden Rose 4-H Club horse show participants from left, Andrew Hellendrung, Chloe Groe and McKenzie Cselovszki.

ST. PAUL — McKenzie Cselovszki of Sleepy Eye was crowned Ms Games at the WSCA Championship Show Sept. 22 and finished first in the Minnesota State Fair 4-H Horse Show earlier in September.

Cselovszki was first in individual demonstration/illustrated talk, advancing to the nationals on Nov. 8. She was also a Dan Patch Top 10 finalist. She finished third in horse-related and seventh in jumping figure 8.

Cselovszki earlier competed in a WACA rules written exam, personal interview and public speaking that included a prepared speech and an impromptu question. She later later ran poles, key and barrels and competed in a judged salute ride and gaming events with her horse Chrome Kirt N Cash.

With her three clean and fast runs, Cselovszki was crowned Ms Games. She and the rest of the court will travel and attend many horse-related events over the next year.

McKenzie another Golden Rose 4-H Club participants included Clara LeMarr, fourth in English equitation and individual demonstration. Andrew Hellendrung was fourth in poles, key and horse related and eighth in barrels. He was a youth leadership trip winner. Chloe Groe was eighth in showmanship, tenth in jumping figure 8 and 11th in poles.


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