Jennifer WIlmot has been involved with CCWC since early 2009 when she began to show her first Quarter Horse, Ima Daddys Big Gurl. Since then she has shown and owned two other show horses, most recently her pride and joy, Our Last Invitation aka Wyatt. Jenn was a Director at Large for a few years where she began to become more involved with the club. She was elected Vice President in 2015 and proudly took the nomination of President in 2016 and now 2017. Jenn is passionate about the club and what she can do for it. It has been a great experience to, to show, meet new folks, forge new friendships, share and encourage with each other. This club has done a lot for her and with a strong BOD on board the goals and ideas we have together, the future looks bright for Carroll County Western Circuit.

Treasurer - Stephanie Runion

President: Jennifer Wilmot

Secretary - Rebecca Welsh

The very first horse show that Becky ever attended was a CCWC show at the Carroll County Ag Center in the early 90's. Becky has been in the horse business for over 20 years. In the beginning she was raising, training and showing Quarter and Paint Horses. She had success in both the Western Pleasure and Hunter Under Saddles rings. She took 10 years off to get married as well as joined the Army. In August of 2015 she bought her newest project Cody Steels Lady a half Arab and half Paint Horse. The two of them are now working towards qualifying as a Top Dog with MD IBRA team to assure their spots at the 2017 IBRA Nationals in Murfreesboro, TN. You will also see the pair down in the Speed Ring when Becky is not working in the Show Office to assure a that the show runs smoothly for all exhibitors at the show. 

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Scott started riding at CCWC in 2012 and immediately realized that the more he trained his horse for the events of the day the better rounded his horse began. He enjoyed the horsemanship of the men and women and took new knowledge home from each and every person that he encountered. Having the oppurtuinity to be on the board of directors and being able to put his personal touch on how our organization is operated ensures a better tomorrow for our club. He hopes CCWC helps to teach our youth about sound horsemanship and good sportsmanship. It's not about winning or losing, it's setting goals for both horse and rider and being able to achieve those goals for themselves. He wants the future of CCWC to be filled with fun and laughter of all ages.....

2017 Board Members

Stephanie started at CCWC with W/T Speed with her Standardbred The Kats Meow in 2005 and then in 2006 moved up to Speed A. During those years she also tried her hand in the upper ring riding english but her heart has always belonged to the speed ring. She showed here and there through college. After college she returned to CCWC in 2011 with a new Quarter Horse named Champ to run in the speed ring. They were Grand Champion in 2012. In 2013 she met her match with her current Palomino gelding Outlaw who she bought very inexpensively and with hard work and determination have been CCWC Champions in Speed A for 2 years. They also run NBHA and IBRA circuits and have qualified for nationals 2 years in a row. She hopes being on the BOD this year that as a team we can continue to achieve the goal of growing our club. She hopes to see everyone out this year with their horses!

Cathy is an outsider coming into the show environment. She started about 5yrs ago with her kids riding and competing in CCWC. She watched and admired all the kids and adults that competed. So she started riding and competing in 2013. That year, she competed in Adult W/T on Spartan. The following two years she rode on King, and this past year she rode Corona. In 2014 she became the corresponding secretary and remained in that position until this year in which she became the Vice President. She has enjoyed the time spent with this club, it has been a support system with the people encouraging and inspiring each other. As she grew in her riding, she grew with the club. She likes to watch people transition from one level to another as well as one discipline to another. She has enjoyed the positive family environment allowing her family to have fun and compete with pride.

Chief Ring Steward - Scott Pickett

Vice President - Cathy Strong