American Quarter Horse exhibitor Adrian Boudinot of Centerburg will be competing in the 2009 Ford American Quarter Horse Youth Association World Championship Show in Oklahoma City July 31 through Aug. 8.

American Quarter Horse exhibitor Adrian Boudinot of Centerburg will be competing in the 2009 Ford American Quarter Horse Youth Association World Championship Show in Oklahoma City July 31 through Aug. 8.

Boudinot, a Northridge senior, will be among nearly 2,000 youths age 18 and under from the United States, Canada and other countries participating in the show. She will compete with her American Quarter Horse, IMA Good Color, a 5-year-old sorrel gelding, in Hunt Seat Equation Class.

The Ford AQHYA World Championship is an invitational event that showcases top American Quarter Horse youth exhibitors.

Boudinot is the 17-year-old daughter of Tonia and the late Trent Boudinot. She is currently a senior at Northridge High School, and is an active member of the National Honor Society, the Northridge FFA Chapter, the president of Bits N Bridles 4-H Club and a youth trustee of the ICPHA open horse show organization