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Shayda King crowned queen at the Sask. Riding Clubs finals

Shayda King is a 13-year-old young woman who loves to ride horses.

She lives north of Stoughton on the farm of her parents, Kevin and Tammy King, along with her siblings Shoni and Zane.

Shayda is part of the fifth generation to be raised on this homestead, which has been in the family for 119 years.

It was decided that Shayda would run for the Saskatchewan Riding Clubs Association’s (SRCA) queen, representing the Stoughton New Hope Horse Club.

To qualify for queen at the SRCA, Shayda needed to approach 30-50 sponsors, hold a barbecue, and perform volunteer hours.

Throughout the show, she needed to volunteer cleaning the arena, sitting at the raffle table and in general being available to help.

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