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Nebraska Charity Horse Show Ready For 2018

The Nebraska Charity Horse Show is pleased to announce  Josh Greer of East Bernstadt, KY as judge for the 2018 horseshow to be held  May 31, June 1, 2, 2018 at the Lancaster Event Center, Lincoln, Nebraska, a climate controlled facility with arena, stalls and warm up all under one roof!  The designated charity for 2018 is the Shriners.

David "Tuffy" Owens of Montrose, PA will be serving as Show Manager.  Scheduled classes include American Saddlebred, Hackney Ponies, Road Horses, Saddleseat Equitation, Academy and Open breed, and  Morgan classes.

One again exhibitors can look forward to:  VIP Seating; Silent Auction during the show; the Live Cocktail Party on Thursday evening;  the ever popular Progressive Party on Friday night; and the fantastic Costume Class.   

The Host motel will be the Staybridge Suites Lincoln I-80, 2701 Fletcher Ave, Lincoln, NE  68504, (402) 438-7829, with reduced rates for exhibitors.

For additional information about the show please contact Co-Chairs:  Jonnie Surland 402-510-0738; Lisa Hillmer,, 816-352-8825, or manager David "Tuffy" Owens, 602-579-3738,

Check for more information on our Facebook page!

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