Young riders compete in South Langley

The youth competition will take place in Campbell Valley Regional Park.

A number of teenage riders from around the globe are in Langley this week as part of the International Mounted Games Exchange.

The Mounted Games involve 14- and 15-year-old riders in teams of five playing a vareity of games on ponies.

They’ll be competing at Campbell Valley Regional Park this weekend.

The July 15 events include a trail ride and barbecue dinner for riders and their billet families.

On July 16, riders begin the official competition at 9 a.m., with ribbon presentations at 3 p.m.

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