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Additions To Lexington’s Prize List



Officials of the upcoming Lexington Junior League Show announced the NHS Good Hands class was inadvertently omitted from the prize list. The class will be 75A and will be held immediately after class 75 on the Thursday morning schedule. Entry fee for the Good Hands class is $35 and will be accepted through June 20 without a penalty.

Also, class 32, the Open Hackney Horse class held Tuesday evening is indeed an open class. The prize list stated to be driven by an amateur, however, it is an open driving class. Entries will also be accepted for this class until June 20 without penalty.

The 67th annual Lexington Junior League Show will take place July 7-12 at the famed Red Mile in Lexington, Ky. This year’s show is chaired by Paige W. Kikuchi with Jim LaHood back as manager and Lenard Davenport as assistant manager. Officiating the event will be Jim Koller, Jack Nevitt and Richard Obenauf in the Saddlebred, roadster and pony divisions. Lynn Harvey-McNamara will judge saddle seat equitation.

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