9th Annual Sporting Clay Shoot

By Dan Roark

The days leading up to the 9th Annual Sporting Clay Shoot were cloudy with a little rain. But the sun came out Saturday morning with just a little wind, making it a beautiful day for supporting New Hope Equine Assisted Therapy. After registration and the signing of waivers, the welcome by Dave Kershen and safety meeting by Dave Niederer, owner of Fossil Pointe, stating the rules of the range, sporting clay shoot officially began.                     

More pictures may be found in the Clay Shoot album on the New Hope Facebook page from myself and others. But for the post on the blog, I want to highlight the women who participated in the clay shoot.







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