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Here Are All the 'Day of the Horse' Student Poster Winners

You don't have to wait for the April 17 equine fiesta. Just click your way through the gallery.

It was a difficult task, but judges from the Chatsworth Neighborhood Council considered hundreds of elementary and middle school entries in the annual "Day of the Horse" safety poster contest.

And the winner is ... well, wait a moment.

The contest was open to any child in grades K-8 who attends school in Chatsworth, or lives in Chatsworth, or whose parents or grandparents are Chatsworth residents.

And the winner of a ribbon and a trophy which passes from winner to winner every year is... well, hold your horses.

You'll be able to see all the winners on display, 2 p.m., Sunday, April 17, when awards are presented at the Chatsworth Neighborhood Council's free "Day of the Horse" family celebration at Stoney Point Ranch, 10861 Andora St.

But you don't have to wait. Chatsworth Patch has all the winners right here. Just click on through all the artwork on the Viewfinder.

Oh yeah, the "Overall Winner," is Sieng Ly, an 8th grader at Lawrence Middle School.

Congratulations Sieng Ly.

Gloria Hamblin April 07, 2011 at 03:59 PM
Wonderful way to have kids thinking about safety around horses- and they are all so beautiful! Gloria Hamblin
Gloria Hamblin April 08, 2011 at 08:43 PM
what time is D of the Horse???
R Francis April 12, 2011 at 12:20 AM
Special Artistic Merit winner Maeve Martinez is in 7th Grade at St. John Eudes School, not 6th grade.

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