Horse queen looking forward to fair


Sierra Benney, 15, of Lynchburg, is the daughter of Jai and Renee. Benny is a member of the Ready Set Show 4-H Club and has been in 4-H since she was 9 years old. She loves animals and has been showing horses since she was old enough to ride. Aside from 4-H, Benney is a member of the Lynchburg-Clay FFA Chapter and plays soccer, softball and basketball at Lynchburg-Clay High School. She is excited to represent Highland County as the 2018-19 Junior Fair Horse Queen, is planning to attend parades and events throughout the next year, and is looking forward to meeting the members of the community.

Sierra Benney, 15, of Lynchburg, is the daughter of Jai and Renee. Benny is a member of the Ready Set Show 4-H Club and has been in 4-H since she was 9 years old. She loves animals and has been showing horses since she was old enough to ride. Aside from 4-H, Benney is a member of the Lynchburg-Clay FFA Chapter and plays soccer, softball and basketball at Lynchburg-Clay High School. She is excited to represent Highland County as the 2018-19 Junior Fair Horse Queen, is planning to attend parades and events throughout the next year, and is looking forward to meeting the members of the community.


Sierra Benney, 15, of Lynchburg, is the daughter of Jai and Renee. Benny is a member of the Ready Set Show 4-H Club and has been in 4-H since she was 9 years old. She loves animals and has been showing horses since she was old enough to ride. Aside from 4-H, Benney is a member of the Lynchburg-Clay FFA Chapter and plays soccer, softball and basketball at Lynchburg-Clay High School. She is excited to represent Highland County as the 2018-19 Junior Fair Horse Queen, is planning to attend parades and events throughout the next year, and is looking forward to meeting the members of the community.

Sierra Benney, 15, of Lynchburg, is the daughter of Jai and Renee. Benny is a member of the Ready Set Show 4-H Club and has been in 4-H since she was 9 years old. She loves animals and has been showing horses since she was old enough to ride. Aside from 4-H, Benney is a member of the Lynchburg-Clay FFA Chapter and plays soccer, softball and basketball at Lynchburg-Clay High School. She is excited to represent Highland County as the 2018-19 Junior Fair Horse Queen, is planning to attend parades and events throughout the next year, and is looking forward to meeting the members of the community.
https://www.timesgazette.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/33/2018/08/web1_Horse-queen-pic.jpgSierra Benney, 15, of Lynchburg, is the daughter of Jai and Renee. Benny is a member of the Ready Set Show 4-H Club and has been in 4-H since she was 9 years old. She loves animals and has been showing horses since she was old enough to ride. Aside from 4-H, Benney is a member of the Lynchburg-Clay FFA Chapter and plays soccer, softball and basketball at Lynchburg-Clay High School. She is excited to represent Highland County as the 2018-19 Junior Fair Horse Queen, is planning to attend parades and events throughout the next year, and is looking forward to meeting the members of the community.