A 17-year-old Hackettstown High School senior was named the 2018 New Jersey Equestrian of the Year.
Maddie Crisp or Great Meadows in Warren County was presented the award by the New Jersey Equine Advisory Board on Jan. 28.
“The Equestrian of the Year is a wonderful way to highlight the equine industry in New Jersey and encourage young people to remain or become involved with horses in our state,” said New Jersey Secretary of Agriculture Douglas H. Fisher in a news release. “Maddie will represent the Garden State proudly and be a model for children interested in equine activities.”
Maddie began riding competitively in 2008. She represented 4-H of New Jersey.
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