Centerville sisters were the 'mane' attraction at one of the nation's largest horse shows

    8th grader Alayna Locascio and 9th grader Sydney Locascio won 10 titles total. (WKEF/WRGT)

    CENTERVILLE, Ohio (WKEF/WRGT) - Now for the “mane” attraction—we are shining the spotlight on two Centerville sisters who took home several world championship titles in one of the nation’s largest horse shows.

    The dynamic duo, 8th grader Alayna Locascio and 9th grader Sydney Locascio, competed in Oklahoma City at the Grand National Morgan Horse Show.

    The girls won 10 titles total, including several world championships and national championships.

    They are the first set of sisters to win a world and reserve world championship in the same division.

    For this dynamic duo, this is the second year in a row that they have set the record!

    The mother of the two sisters, Manya Smelley, owns a horse-training business at Dreamway South Stable in Miamisburg, where she has been training her equestrian daughters for years.

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