Jousting For Fun

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Posted: June 23, 2014

Jouster Landon Casady, 5, eyes up a ring during Saturday's in Saturday's Hall of Fame Jousting Tournament at Natural Chimneys Regional Park in Mount Solon. Young riders, who can have adults lead their horse through the 80-yard field, are not timed. (Photos by Jason Lenhart)
Natural Chimneys Jousting Club member CJ Casady competes in Saturday's Hall of Fame Jousting Tournament at Natural Chimneys Regional Park in Mount Solon. Ring jousting involves a rider on a horse attempting to spear three rings with a lance while racing down an 80-yard track. The top-level classes must finish the course in less than 8 seconds.
A volunteer replaces a 1-inch diameter ring before a pro-level rider competes in Saturday's Hall of Fame Jousting Tournament at Natural Chimneys Regional Park in Mount Solon. Ring sizes start at 1.75 inches for the youth and novice riders.
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