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Additions to Mid-A’s Class Schedule



Mid-A Show Manager Kent Moeller and Show Chairman CP Staley have announced several additional classes to the show’s class schedule. The show will be held June 24-27 at the Virginia Horse Center in Lexington.

The show is adding both a qualifying class and championship in the Youth Park Saddle and Park Harness divisions. 

The show will also offer a Ladies Amateur English Pleasure class. Mid-A has scheduled a Ladies Amateur class in both the Western and Hunter Pleasure divisions on Wednesday night.

Show Secretary Linda Burke will make these additions on the website (www.horseshowcentral.com ), so exhibitors can make any changes to their entries. For further questions, please feel free to contact Linda Burke, 607-739-6169 or lburke1177@yahoo.com.

For the first time, Mid-A will offer a Pink Ribbon class on Friday, during the Ladies English Pleasure class. Kim Germ-Cramer is heading the committee for this fund-raising effort in support of the UPHA Foundation and its support of breast cancer research. Everyone is encouraged to wear pink on Friday in support of this cause.

In 2007 and 2008, Mid-A was the People’s Choice Non Regional Show of the Year. The show committee has been hard at work planning another great event, with its parties, raffles, silent auction, golfers’ challenge, and more. Every year, Mid-A is a horse show to remember.

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