Senior Durrell Dixon and junior Daniel Potter recently took to the arena at the NEO Colt Show to represent the Missouri State Darr School of Agriculture Ranch Horse Team. Each competitor showed off their skills in conformation, reining, ranch pleasure and trail classes. This competition further challenged the students, who had to compete on younger horses still in training programs at their respective universities or colleges. Potter placed 3rd overall in the 3 year and under division riding Double Dak Doc, the result of a generous donation from Susan M. Tuohy. Dixon was Hi-Point in the 4 year old and older division and High Point Overall Winner! Dixon rode MOSU Dun Got Trouble, a horse that was bred, raised and is currently owned by the Darr School of Agriculture.