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Tri-State All Morgan Horse Show To Be Held On July 6-8



The KYOVA and POMHA Associations, as a collaborative effort, would like to welcome everyone to the first ever Tri-State All Morgan Horse Show!  

The Show Committee is comprised of members representing both organizations all working toward the single goal of promoting the breed of horse we all love. Amy Snyder, Kelly Wendel, Sarah Hunter, Lana Richey, Jennifer Frank, Gina Torrez, Terry King, Albert Zinz and Todd Trushel are very honored to bring you this exciting new All-Morgan Horse Show.

The show dates are July 6-8, 2018 and entries need to be received by Show Secretary Marilyn Ackerman by June 14, 2018 with post-entries accepted at $20/horse. Stall fees are an affordable $85/stall. Entry fees are as follows: In-Hand $15, Performance $20 as are Equitation & Jr. Exhibitor Championships, $150 Championships $30, $250 Championships $45. 

The venue is the University of Findlay Western Farm, located in Findlay, Ohio. The facility boasts two large indoor arenas connected to the stabling area, all stalls are rubber matted, two large outdoor rings along with round pens at our disposal, camping with 50 water/electric sites and an additional 100 electric only sites, showers attached to the stabling area, indoor wash racks and all the creature comforts to give both horse and exhibitor a wonderful experience. A wide variety of hotels, restaurants and shopping are located nearby.

We are honored to welcome James Paden from Dunham, NC as our judge. Serving as co-show managers are Kelly Wendel and Amy Snyder, USEF Steward Kandy Lazarrus, Announcer Chris Bauer, Organist Shannon Perkins, Ringmaster Rick Barricklow, Farrier Fred Nolfi, Show Secretary Marilyn Ackerman, Photographer Terry Young with Veterinarians of the University Equine Vet on call and Allen Smith on-site as EMT.

Prize lists have gone out in the mail and are also available online. Please contact Amy Snyder 440-479-8503 cowgirlup73@hotmail.com, visit our Facebook page Tri-State All Morgan Horse Show or www.pennohiomorgan.wixsite.com/morgan for more information. We look forward to seeing everyone in July!

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