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Digital Subscriptions > Argyllshire Advertiser > 10 November 2017 > Pony club youngsters enjoy their Hallowe’en festivities

Pony club youngsters enjoy their Hallowe’en festivities

ARGYLL South’s Hallowe’en rally at the Riding’s Cool arena got off to a spooky start with a number of scary pony and rider costumes, writes Emily Jamison.

The rally began with a parade which was won by Rory Shaw on Libby, who was dressed as Harry Potter, and Frazer Prentice with Firefly, who was dressed as a devil.

The morning competition was the witch’s quest handy pony challenge which included a witch’s washing line and a green slime spider gate, with the young riders using their skills to weave around the course as fast as they could.

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