By Heather Clower
The Parsons Advocate

Pifer Mountain resident Daniel Clower loaded up his horse trailer recently and hauled to Jackson, Ohio to compete for over $100,000 worth of cash and prizes at the Congress Super sort hosted by CINCH RSNC (ranch sorting national championship).

Daniel Clower and Kate, his a four year old, Palomino American Quarter Horse mare he purchased out of Pennsylvania.

The event took place at a state of the art facility known as Henderson Arena, boasting nearly three hundred stalls, a fully enclosed indoor arena with stadium seating, a covered outdoor arena, and two additional outdoor rings. One thousand, seven hundred, and ninety three teams of two and three competitors competed for one of the top prizes.

Clower has been riding horses most of his life, but just this year he set out in search of a new equine partner to take his competition level up a notch. “I’ve always enjoyed competition so I set out to find something I could do…

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