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Carousel Charity announces judges



 

Carousel Charity Horse Show, Arizona’s Premier multi-breed show is pleased to announcer the judges for the 2005 show. Fern Bittner will judge the American Saddlebred, Hackney, Morgan, Equitation and Open Divisions. Bruce Bates will pin the Arabian and Half-Arabian classes and Tennessee Walking Horses will put their best foot forward for Chris Messick. Kelly Cox and Kim Montee will officiate the Paso Fino’s and Peruvian Paso’s respectively.

The 34th annual Carousel Charity will be held March 17- 20, 2005 at West World in Scottsdale, AZ. Returning show manager Austin VanWyck will ensure the class schedule will run smoothly and the very experienced team of Diane Novak and Marjorie Hill will manage the show office.

"With an improved class schedule, more social events, exciting new vendors and additional prize money up for grabs, this years event is shaping up better than ever." Stated Matthew Roberts, president of the Desert Show Horse Association. "Having six different breeds competing in nine divisions, gives this show a unique flavor and showcases the diversity of our industry."

Partial proceeds from the show ill again benefit Florence Crittenton of Arizona. For more information or to receive a premium book, please contact the show chairperson, Suzanne Lyons at 602-439-2372 or suzlyons00@yahoo.com

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