150 compete in Mother’s Day horse competition at Canfield Fairgrounds
By ELISE McKEOWN SKOLNICK
It might not be the way every mother would choose to spend Mother’s Day, but those at the Penn-Ohio Horseman’s Association competition didn’t seem to mind.
“I love to watch them compete,” said Anna Ailes, of Brimfield. “I love to watch how much fun they’re having. And it’s a good lesson on hard work, dedication.”
Anna’s daughters, Ryleigh, 15, and Camryn, 12, participated in the competition Sunday at the Canfield Fairgrounds. They have attended the annual event for two years, Anna said. “We know most of the people here,” she said.
This year’s competition consisted of 69 classes. About 150 people competed.
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