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50th Anniversary of North Star Morgan Americana




The North Central Morgan Association would like to invite everyone to join us for the 50th Anniversary of the North Star Morgan Americana Horse Show. The show will be held at the Minnesota State Fairgrounds in
St. Paul on July 6th – 9th.

Judges for the show this year are Larry Bolen, Tim Morrell and Mickie Bowen.

The show will feature a $2,000.00 Yearling Sweepstakes Class on Saturday evening with a 3 judge panel including a special guest judge who is yet to be determined. We are also planning a special retirement ceremony for a long-time Morgan exhibitor from this area, Tug Hill Alibi. This year we are offering placards to honor your past North Star champions so plan ahead to be sure your past champion is included.

The show will feature a party every evening beginning with the Welcome BBQ on Wednesday sponsored by the North Star Show Committee. Thursday night will bring a dessert party sponsored by NCMA and the very popular "Around the World" party hosted by several participating stables will be held on Friday evening.

The show's fabulous 50th Anniversary Celebration party sponsored by Thornwood will be held on Saturday evening. Harry and The Lash Whips will be on hand to entertain us.

The Saturday evening performance of the show is a benefit performance for Children's Hospital. There will be an admission charge for this session of the show but for all other sessions of the show, admission is free of charge.

For more information, visit the show's web site at www.northstarmorgan.com or contact Sarah Moses at (651) 635-9746 or e-mail Sarah@thepageantshop.net.

We'll see you in
St. Paul on July 6th – 9th as we celebrate 50 Years of Fun!

 

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