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First annual women's OHV Challenge

One obstacle riders faced included balloons hanging from a contraption intended to simulate branches from trees while out on a trail.
The first annual event was put on by the Castle Country OHV Club in conjunction with the Carbon County Office of Tourism and the Utah Division of Parks and Recreation.
Jill Ison was the grand prize winner of the event winning a prize package that includes things such as a new helmet and a $20 gift certificate to the Gas N Go station in Wellington. Here she poses for a picture with her family.
A total of nine riders, both young and old, participated in the first annual event geared towards women.
A young OHV rider makes her way towards an obstacle during the event.
The First Annual Womens OHV Challenge




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