A big reason why the Ponies were able to win the team title Thursday was consistency.
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Havre had four players break the 90 barrier, led by junior Caleb Chambliss, who shot an 81 for a second-place finish overall. Chambliss' sparked the Ponies with his outstanding play, but, he had help, as Caleb Spangler finished in a tie for third with an 85, senior Tyrel Kjersem shot 86 and sophomore Theron Peterson added an Junior Josh Warp rounded out the scoring for the Pony varsity team. He's been playing great from tee to green.
And I can't say enough about how well Caleb Spangler played again today. He's been so impressive for a first-year player.
Even our JV guys that played, they all shot some really good scores, so, it was just a realy good day for all those guys, and I definitely think they'll keep it rolling. The Havre girls couldn't catch strong teams from Sidney and Lewistown for the team title at Prairie Farms, but, with the Ponies being such a young team this season, Ferguson said scores are still not as important as how his girls play and the experience they're gaining.
And our girls did that today. They did a great job, and all played much better than they did in Great Falls, and that's really exciting.
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The three HHS girls who played earlier this week in Great Falls, all bettered their previous results. Jocelyn Staples posted a Thursday, which put her just outside the Top 5, while Sophie Kirkpatrick shot and Carlee Kato added a Freshman Sylvie McKeon-Hanson made her varsity debut as well, scoring a And I think all four of them got better today, no matter what the scorecard reads. They did great on their home course.
It was a lot of fun. Our kids represented Havre High golf the right way today, and I'm proud of them for that.
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And they all played some good golf, and I think they got better, and that's what I wanted. In prior years, working with Fell ponies taught us the beauty of quiet, thoughtful, relationship based horsemanship.
The Dales pony has reinforced what we havelearned and showed us we could be even quieter and more thoughtful. After Jan foaled a filly we were curious if a 16 yr. I have heard stories of career brood-mares being difficult shifting to saddle work later in life.
We have found the Dales pony to thoroughly enjoy exploring trails. I have never had a Dales pony miss a step or be dull with their movement. There is nothing more pleasing than watching the free movement of the Dales pony. They have good action full of power and lovely carriage.
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The Dales we have worked with have been similar to Fell ponies in that they have great potential to work with boldness and confidence. More on Genius. Tennessee Stud. Running Shadow.
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