Skip to content

St. Louis National Charity Updates Class Schedule



The St. Louis National Charity Horse Show is shaping up to be a great show. Stalls and Party Boxes are both sold out. We are looking forward to welcoming several new barns to the show and seeing our loyal supporters.

We have added a few classes – 

21.1 Ladies Fine Harness – Wednesday Evening.
81.1 ASB Hunter Country Pleasure Prospect Championship  - Friday Morning
In order to qualify for this class you must have been entered, shown and judged in Class 11.

In addition we will divide the Five Gaited Pleasure Class into Adult and Junior Exhibitor Sections
Class 20 – Five Gaited Show Pleasure Adult
Class 28.1 Five Gaited Show Pleasure Junior Exhibitor
Class 101 – Five Gaited Show Pleasure Adult Championship
Class 103.1 Five Gaited Show Pleasure Jr. Exhibitor Championship

For our exhibitors in the Hackney Pony Pleasure Under Saddle Medallion Protective Headgear is now required by USEF for this class. Rule HK 132.4 

Trail Exhibitors – please take the time to attend the Mini Clinic and Trail Practice with Course Designer Robert Dehn.  Tuesday at 2pm in the outdoor ring (weather permitting)

Hunter Over Fences Exhibitors – there is a Mini Clinic with Judge Kylin Myer on Wednesday from 2:30pm – 3:30pm.  In the outdoor ring (weather permitting)

Both Clinics are great opportunities to get in an extra practice and pick up some pointers before you show.

If you need any additional information – please contact Peter T. Fenton 859 321 9281 or petervoice1234@gmail.com.  Beth Snider 502 314 7960 or bethandscott@kih.net

More Stories

  • David Rand Clinic To Be Held In Florida

    A weekend with David Rand is going to be held on February 15 and 16 at West Coast Morgans in Odessa, Florida (25 minutes from the Tampa Airport). Rand is the trainer of countless world champions and the winner of prestigious awards from UPHA, AMHA and other associations... Read More
  • World’s Championship Horse Show Judges Selected

    The Kentucky State Fair World’s Championship Horse Show would like to announce the judges for the 2020 show... Read More
  • Elisabeth Goth LLC Consigns Entries to Robertson Equine Sales

    On Saturday, March 28, as many as 75 horses from Elisabeth Goth LLC and/or Elisabeth Goth’s breeding program will be available to the public for the first time at public auction... Read More
  • Obituary – Virginia Ann Hanson

    Virginia Ann Hanson, of Cornwall, Ontario, Canada (formerly of Big Oak Morgan Horse Farm, Lunenburg, Ontario) passed away at age 91. She was born January 14, 1929 in Newton, Massachusetts... Read More
  • Latest Issue 1 20 20

    Read More
  • What Matters? History Matters.

    As we come together next week in Lexington, KY for the UPHA annual convention, it’s interesting to note that the official registration and schedule notes that the UPHA is “joined by the American Hackney Horse Society, the American Morgan Horse Society, the American Road Horse and Pony Association, the American Saddlebred Horse Association, the American Saddlebred Museum, and the American Saddlebred Registry.”  Read More
  • Morgan Stallion Sweeps Set to Draw February 15th | Get Your Tickets Today

    The Morgan Stallion Sweeps, a raffle program featuring services to 15 of the top Morgan Stallions, today announced that tickets will be available at the upcoming UPHA National Conference and the New England Winter Weekend, and will continue to be available online at morganstallionsweeps.com... Read More
  • Complete Dispersal of Dr. Raun's Operations to be Held March 7 at Reedannland, Norwalk, Iowa

    Robertson Equine Sales LLC has been selected to manage the complete dispersal of Dr. Alan Raun’s legendary Reedannland breeding and training operations. Featuring 50-plus American Saddlebred horses of exceptionally choice breeding, all tack, and all equipment and trailers, the consignments are placed by The Estate or Trust of Dr. Alan R. Raun. Read More
  • Saddle Horse Report's 31st Annual World's Champion Sire Rating

    It’s that time of year when the most devoted to our sport, the breeders, pour over the statistics as they make their bloodline matches for the upcoming breeding season. The biggest hope is to find the right cross to produce a foal that will go on to win our most coveted prize: a Louisville blue ribbon. Read More
  • Gayle Lampe to Host Saddle Seat Riding Clinic

    Gayle Lampe is conducting a saddle seat riding clinic at William Woods University in Fulton, Missouri March 1-5, 2020. Riders are welcome to come for as many days as they wish; however, it is recommended to stay for at least three days... Read More