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Chattanooga-Cleveland Charity Horse Show Update



This year's Chattanooga/Cleveland Charity Horse Show, held June 13-17, 2017 in Cleveland, TN announces the additions of the following classes.  

Class 8:  Buy-A-Class 1(Park--Three-Year-Old)

 Class 32:  Buy-A-Class 2 (Roadster Horse to Wagon--Open)

 Class 54:  Buy-A-Class 3 (Roadster Horse Under Saddle- Open)

 Class 77:  Buy-A-Class 4 (Adult Saddle Seat Equitation Championship)

 Class 115:  Buy-A-Class 5 (Three-Gaited Ladies--Open Championship)


Also, on Friday evening after the last class, round two of "The Great Trainer Challenge" will be held. Come watch your trainer compete in what is sure to be the "challenge" of the year! 

Also new this year, is the addition of a V.I.P. area. The V.I.P area will provide a different selection of food and drinks during each evenings session. Tickets, along with a preview of the menu, will be available at the show.

Golf Carts are also available for rent. Please contact Janet Crampton at Janetclv@aol.com or (423) 284-3677 to reserve yours.

This year we are starting the show on Tuesday so we can have evening performances only, thus leaving the mornings open to work horses or visit the things that the Chattanooga-Cleveland area has to offer such as The Chattanooga Aquarium or White Water Rafting.  

Contact Dewey Bass at (502) 295-7244 or Janet Crampton 423-284-3677; Janetclv@aol.com for more information, or visit, www.theccchs.com.


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