Silver Spurs 4-H member Jack Hatfield shoots through the poles in the keyhole race during a show at the Jefferson County Fairgrounds last month. When show season begins next spring, look for an expanded list of show classes that cater to adults and families of all age groups. (Karen Griffiths/for Peninsula Daily News)

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