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29th Annual Shamrock Farms Junior Exhibitor Road Pony Camp Scheduled



The 29th Annual Shamrock Farms Junior Exhibitor Road Pony camp will be held June 19-24.  This year’s camp will host 16-18 campers.  The American Hackney Horse Foundation will once again sponsor three road pony campers.

To apply for a Road Pony Camp scholarship the applicant must submit an essay about either of the following two topics: 1)What the Hackney pony has taught me. 2)Why I want to learn more about the Hackney pony.
Please send your completed essay to Allie Nunley at alliewellington@aol.com or mail to Allie at 326 Bridwell Heights Road, Kingsport, TN  37664.  Essays must be submitted by June 1st and recipients will be notified by June 5th.

The Shamrock Farms Road Pony Camp brochure, release forms, and applications can be found by going to hackneysociety.com under the youth section.

Shamrock Farms Junior Exhibitor Road Pony Camp is a 501(c)3 event.  If you would like to make a donation to the camp please make checks payable to Shamrock Farms Road Pony Camp and send to Shamrock Farms, 541 McCourn Road, Smithfield, KY  40068.
For questions regarding the camp contact Julianne Wilson at 502-845-2174.

http://hackneysociety.com/shamrock-farms-road-pony-camp/

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