When I got to the horse show I figured it was going to be an interesting day. I had planned on entering _________ (number) classes, but I saw that there were at least ____________ (number) of horse trailers in the parking lot, so I knew that meant I’d be there until __________ (day of the week). So that I wouldn’t get my show clothes dirty, I pulled on my __________ (color) ____________ (item of clothing) and a pair of ___________ (adjective) ________________ (type of footwear) and trudged up to the horse show office. The horse show secretary wore a ______________ (facial expression) on her face and she was wearing a __________________ ‘s (occupation)__________________ outfit, which seemed rather odd. Nonetheless, I used a _____________ (writing utensil) that looked like it had been chewed on by a ____________ (type of bird) to fill out the entry form and paid my __________ (number) dollars for the day. My exhibitor number was ____________ (number), which was scribbled in _________ (color) ink on the back of a _______________ (brand of cereal) box. Somehow I was able to stick that on my back as I got ready to show. My horse was pretty fresh in the warm-up ring. I can’t blame him, as the other horses were behaving like a herd of _____________ (zoo animals). Then I went to study my jumping course. Much to my surprise, it looked like a road map of ______________ (large city). The jumps were created out of _____________s (piece of furniture) and parts of _______________s (noun). Instead of a water jump, my horse was supposed to leap over a pool of ________________ (beverage). Well, I had paid all that money, so when my number was called I started on course. Let’s just say my performance felt like a trip on ________________ (amusement park ride). Believe it or not, I ended up winning first place! Along with a blue ribbon I won a ______________________ (noun) and a coupon worth ______________ (number) dollars to _____________ (name of a store). That prize made the day worth it!