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Bridlespur MHSA Kickoff Entries Close March 27



With spring just around the corner, the Bridlespur MHSA Kickoff Show is ready to set the tone for a great 2014 show season. Slated for April 10-12 at the acclaimed National Equestrian Center, the Bridlespur Kickoff will be a great event once again. Judging this year’s event will be Darrell Case of Simpsonville, Ky.

The prize list can be found online at http://www.bridlespurkickoff.com/prize-list. A couple updates have been made to the schedule, as the “TBA” classes have been taken as a Five-Gaited Country Pleasure qualifier and Championship. Also, the Roadster Pony Championship will be a “Jackpot Stake,” not requiring qualification to show in it. A Harness Pony Open and Harness Pony Championship have been added as classes 16A and 86A on Thursday morning and Saturday morning respectively.

This year the show is introducing custom banners for your favorite horse(s). For just $250 you can order a 4'x6' banner that will hang around the ring during the show. The show will keep the banners to be hung again in subsequent years for just $100!

For more information, contact show manager David “Tuffy” Owens at 602-579-3738 or davidwowens@hotmail.com, or show chair Jean Mutrux at 314-706-4052 or jacmutrux@earthlink.net.

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