Hallye Byford is the 16 year old daughter of Vince and Kirsten Byford of Amboy. Hallye attends Battle Ground High School where she has been on the Academic Honor Roll, and CASEE an agricultural STEM school. Hallye is involved with the Battle Ground High School Equestrian Team, and is a member of 4H, Clark County Saddle Club and the American Paint Horse Association. In her spare time, Hallye enjoys hiking, and being outdoors. She loves all her animals and putting her time into them to get them ready for what she is doing. Hallye plans to attend a four year university and pursue a degree in the medical field. She will be riding TOF Gothic Knight, a 14 year old Paint.
Korrie MacIntyre from Camas is the 17 year old daughter of Dave and Cheryl MacIntyre. Korrie attends Camas High School where she is the President of the Camas High School Sports Medicine Club. She also was a participant in the Washington Career and Technical Sports Medicine Association Competition. Korrie is a member and team captain of the Camas High Schools’ Equestrian Team, a member of the American Paint Horse Association and a 4-H member. Besides riding horses, Korrie enjoys skiing, hiking, and volunteering. Korrie plans to attend a four year university to complete a pre-physical therapy program before moving on to a doctorate in Physical Therapy. Korrie will be riding her 10 year old Paint, CPR Mr. Shameful.
Taylre Byford attends Battle Ground High School and is the 16 year old daughter of Kirsten and Vince Byford of Amboy. Taylre highly values her education and gives her greatest efforts toward learning. She has maintained a 3.5 GPA through her high school years. Taylre is a member of the Clark County Saddle Club, 4-H, the Battle Ground High School Equestrian Team and the American Quarter Horse Association. She participates in Future Farmers of America, Washington High School Equestrian Team, livestock shows and Youth Efforts Against Hunger. In the future Taylre plans to attend a four-year university to study veterinary medicine, specializing in large animals. She will be riding Spy On Kola, her 11 year old Quarter Horse.
© 2017 Clark County Fair. All Rights Reserved.
To book events at the Clark County Event Center
Please click HERE
Clark County Fairgrounds
17402 NE Delfel Road
Ridgefield, WA 98642
Office Hours: 8AM to 5PM, Monday - Friday