Prime Time Express Mounted Drill Team
Marshal: Johnna Ingram
HORSES: Number of Horses: 11
Updated on: 11/16/2012 6:19:03 PM
Pal(paint), Addy(quarter Horse), Cody(paint), Trigger(quarter horse), Topper(appaloosa), Tuff(quarter horse), Happy(quarter horse), Daisy(quarter horse), Moonpie(quarter horse), Cappie(paint), Brown(appendix)
Their horses are very athletic and most have quarter horse (cutting)bloodlines. They must be fast and very agile to perform the drills.
Prime Time Express is a precision competition drill team. A team of classy ladies who ride fast and furious and give the audience a thrilling performance. They are known for their white hats, long curly ponytails, and red lips. They have custom made shirts and chaps.
The group started 12 years ago as The Limestone County 4-H Drill Team and as they grew older they formed the Prime Time Express Mounted Drill Team (6 years ago) for the purpose of riding competition drills.
White western hat, blue gloves, blue and white high-collared long-sleeved white show shirt with brilliant red and blue stars, studded with rhinestones, and hand-made white leather chaps displaying the same red, white, and blue stars. Western saddles and white tack.
2009 National Divisional Champs 2010 Sports Quest World Champs 2011 9 National Divisional Titles 2012 Reserved World and National Division , Numerous parade champships and awards such as Ft Worth Livestock Show and Parade, Houston Livestock Show and Parade,and Waco Heart of Texas Livestock Show and Parade. Each gave the team raving revues in their newspapers with their picture on the front page of the cities's major newspaper.
They were invited to perform in the state of Oklahoma Red Dirt Drill Team Ride and they won the Grand Championship. They also performed an exhibition drill at the National Andalusian Horse Show and were given a standing ovation for their performance.
The friends and businesses of the City of Groesbeck and Limestone County are their sponsors. They truly appreciate their sponsors because without them they could not participate in any of the competitions or parades. The Team always strives to perform to the highest excellence to make their sponsors, family and community proud of Prime Time Express
They are a christian organization who puts their love and dedication to Christ first and foremost. They start every practice and every performance with a prayer. They are mothers, daughters, sisters and friends who love their families and their communities and work as volunteers for many charitable organizations such as Relay for Life and Family Food Drives, etc.
This group of ladies and their families and friends have had many fundraisers to raise the $35,000 needed to get them to the Rose Parade. They have sold candy, tot bags, spaghetti dinners, shrimp dinners, fajita dinners, and Chili . They also put on a Roping, a trailride, a golf tournament and a donkey basketball game. But the city of Groesbeck helped them the most and paid for their horses's transportation. So the Team wishes to give a Great Big THANK YOU to the City of GROESBECK, Texas
Bri Self, Kristie Harrell, Kaitlyn Harrell, Celeste Coffee, Samantha Hagen, Tonya Green, Tyler Glowski, Trinity Glowski, Mandi Neal, Jordan Poldrack, Given Kreder
The riders are from Groesbeck,Texas and the Limestone County area. The team began as the Limestone County 4-H drill team and as the young ladies graduated from High School they formed the Prime Time Express Mounted Drill Team, which is composed of young ladies and some of their mothers riding on the same team. All share a love for their horses and riding drills. Prime Time Express was formed six years ago for the purpose of riding in drill competitions, parades, rodeos,and exhibitions.
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